Rugby World Cup means more attention on rugby injuries

The drama and spectacle of the opening ceremony, the relief of England opening the competition with a win against Fiji, the shock and awe of Japan’s showing against the mighty Springboks; this World Cup looks set to be a fantastic display of world-class rugby and it’s a good time to take a look at rugby […]

When can I play again?

The recent high profile injuries to players preparing for the Rugby World Cup highlights the vexed question of when can I play after an injury. Rupture of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament remains a significant knee injury but with modern techniques of surgery and rehabilitation there should be a high expectation that players can return to […]

Is running really bad for you?

There is a bit of a myth about whether running is bad for you. If your joint is healthy and has never had an injury before then, provided you are fit and strong enough, running is good for you. All joints work better when they are being used. The shock absorbing lining of the joint […]

Intimate at The Ivy

Jonathan was invited to take part in a series of informal interviews at The Ivy Club, Soho, by Dr Harry Brunjes. The evening raised over £640 for The Injured Players Foundation, and it was great to see so many familiar faces, as well as meeting people interested in finding out more about Jonathan’s career. Jonathan […]

Fortius International Sports Injury Conference

Jonathan is a founding member of the Fortius Clinic, an orthopaedic and sports injury clinic in central London. This October Fortius are holding the Fortius International Sports Injury Conference (FISIC), at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster, at which Jonathan will be speaking. The conference is aimed at orthopaedic surgeons, physios and sports […]