Dr Negus believes that surgeon led research is essential to ensure that patient care is the priority with all innovations and surgical.

Jointworks is committed to partnering with the best researchers both academic and surgical in Australia, UK, Europe and the United States to produce results that are meaningful and important to all of our patients.

The focus of all our research is to optimize the outcomes from Hip & Knee surgery. This includes surgical selection, prehabilitation, individualized surgery and rehabilitation programs.

Past publications:


Selected papers –

Negus JJ, Gifford PB, Haddad FS.
Single-stage revision arthroplasty for infection – An underutilized treatment strategy.
J Arthroplasty 2017- published online 3 March 2017. DOI 10.1016/j.arth.2017.02.059

Negus JJ, Haddad FS
Prosthetic Joint infections and cost analysis? Advances in Experimental medicine and Biology. 2017;971:93-100 DOI 10.1007/5584_2016_155

Carli A, Negus JJ, Haddad FS
Femoral component design and periprosthetic femoral fractures following primary THA: A systematic review. Bone & Joint Journal Suppl Jan 2017

Negus JJ, Cawthorne D, Chen JS, Scholes CJ, Parker DA, March LM
Patient outcomes using Wii-enhanced rehabilitation after total knee replacement – The TKR-POWER study. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2015 Jan;40:47-53

Current research includes the following:

JJ Negus, J Twiggs, B Miles, E Bogue – Predicting Patient reported outcomes following Total Knee Replacement

JJ Negus, D Cawthorne, JS Chen, CJ Scholes, DA Parker, LM March
The TKR-POWER study. A randomized trial of rehabilitation following TKR.

JJ NegusThe effect of psychological state on rehabilitation compliance following TKR