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Chairman and Medical Director, Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center
President, Cincinnati SportsMedicine Research and Education Foundation
Volunteer Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati
Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
M.D., George Washington University Medical School, cum laude
Orthopaedic Residency Training, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI
Member, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Member, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Member, Arthroscopy Association of North America
Member, American Orthopaedic Association
Member, International Society of the Knee
Member, Herodicus Society
Past Team Physician, University of Cincinnati Athletic Teams
Past Team Physician, Cincinnati Bengals Professional Football Team
Past Director, United States Olympic Committee Research Site, Cincinnati, Ohio
Past Chairman, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Research Committee
Editorial Board for Sports Health and Techniques in Knee Surgery

Frank R. Noyes, M.D. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in knee surgery and sports medicine and an internationally recognized authority on the diagnosis and treatment of complex knee problems. Dr. Noyes completed his training at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He then received a four-year clinical and research appointment as an orthopaedic surgeon in the United States Air Force, was commissioned as a Lieutenant Colonel, and began his landmark research into knee ligament injuries, effects of immobility, biomechanics, injury prevention, and diagnosis and treatment of serious knee disorders.

In 1975, Dr. Noyes joined the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati and started one of the nation’s first sports medicine programs. He also established the Noyes-Giannestras Biomechanics Laboratories within the University of Cincinnati College of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. These laboratories have received national and international awards for outstanding research. In 1981, Dr. Noyes founded the Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center and Foundation.

Patients from as far away as Greece, the Middle East, Europe and South America or as close as Cincinnati have sought Dr. Noyes’ specialized care. Whether he is treating a professional or recreational athlete, an injured worker, a high school student, or an older adult, all patients receive the same care, compassion and expertise. Patient satisfaction is always Dr. Noyes’ number one goal. For this philosophy, Dr. Noyes has been recognized yearly by Best Doctors in America as one of the nation’s outstanding physicians.

Committed to physician education, Dr. Noyes established one of the first sports medicine fellowship programs in the United States. Over 100 orthopaedic surgeons have graduated from the program and practice orthopaedics at some of the nation’s top institutions. Dr. Noyes has been an invited professor at universities across the U.S. and the featured speaker at orthopaedic society seminars and academic meetings around the world. In addition, Dr. Noyes is frequently consulted and quoted by the media including The Washington Post, The New York Times, USA Today, Ladies Home Journal, US News & World Report and Sports Illustrated.

A prolific researcher and writer, Dr. Noyes has published over 200 studies and articles in the world’s leading orthopaedic journals and textbooks, changing the face of sports medicine and orthopaedics as we know it. He serves on a variety of editorial review boards and is a manuscript reviewer for several highly respected journals. Among many research projects he is leading at Cincinnati SportsMedicine, Dr. Noyes is studying the prevention of knee injuries in female athletes, refining the surgical procedure to reconstruct the posterior cruciate ligament, developing treatment options for young patients with a damaged meniscus, repairing and transplanting articular cartilage in the knee and improving the outcome for patients who require revision knee ligament surgery.

 

Undergraduate: University of Utah, 1962
Degree: A.B., Philosophy

Medical School: George Washington University Medical School, 1966
Degree: M.D., Honors: cum laude

Internship: University of Michigan Medical Center, 1966 – 1967
Assistant Resident: University of Michigan Medical Center, 1967 – 1968
Residency: University of Michigan Medical Center, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, 1968 – 1971

 

Dr. Noyes specializes in Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics. His primary focus is the knee. For more information on Dr. Noyes and his specialities please visit The Noyes Knee Institute

1. Waller J, Curan R, Noyes FR: Traffic deaths – A preliminary study of urban and rural fatalities in California. Calif Med 101:272-276, 1964.

2. Waller J, Curran R, Noyes FR: More rural injuries are fatal. Calif Health 22, 1964.

3. Noyes FR: Blood transfusions in pediatric surgery. In: Grabb W (ed): Cleft Lip and Palate, Little Brown & Co., 1971.

4. Noyes FR, Smith W: Bone crises and chronic osteomyelitis in Gaucher’s Disease. Clin Orthop 79:132-140, 1971.

5. Roberts VL, Noyes FR, Hubbard RP, McCabe J: Biomechanics of snowmobile spine injuries. J Biomech 4(6):569-577, 1971.

6. Noyes FR, Kivi LP: Dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica. A case simulating an intra-articular body. Clin Orthop 86:175-177, 1972.

7. Schock CC, Noyes FR, Villanueva AR: Measurement of haversian bone remodelling by means of tetracycline labeling in rib of rhesus monkeys. Henry Ford Hosp Med J 20:131-144, 1972.

8. Noyes FR, McCabe JD, Fekety FR, Jr.: Acute candida arthritis. Report of a case and use of amphotericin B. J Bone Joint Surg 55A (1):169-176, 1973.

9. Noyes FR, Sonstegard DA: Biomechanical function of the pes anserinus at the knee and effect of its transplantation. J Bone Joint Surg 55A(6):1225-1241, 1973.

10. Noyes FR, DeLucas JL, Torvik PJ: Biomechanics of anterior cruciate ligament failure: An analysis of strain-rate sensitivity and mechanisms of failure in primates. J Bone Joint Surg 56A(2):236-253, 1974.

11. Noyes FR, Torvik PJ, Hyde WB, DeLucas JL: Biomechanics of ligament failure II: An analysis of immobilization, exercise, and reconditioning effects in primates. J Bone Joint Surg 56A(7):1406- 1418, 1974.

12. Graves GA, Noyes FR, Villanueva AR: The influence of compositional variations on bone ingrowth of implanted porpous calcium aluminate ceramics. Bull Am Ceramic Soc, 1974.

13. Kaufer H, Spengler DM, Noyes FR, Louis DS: Orthopaedic implications of the drug subculture. J Trauma 14(10):853-867, 1974.

14. Noyes FR, Torvik PJ: Biomechanics of ligament failure: Factors affecting the strength and functional capacity of ligaments in primates. Monograph by Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, 1974.

15. Graves WG, Noyes FR, Villanueva AR: The influence of compositional variations on bone ingrowth of implanted porous calcium aluminate ceramics. J Biomed Mater Res 9(4):17-22, 1975.

16. Schock CC, Noyes FR, Crouch MM, Mathews CH: The effects of immobility on long bone remodeling in the rhesus monkey. Henry Ford Hosp Med J 23:107-116, 1975.

17. Noyes FR, Grood ES: The strength of the anterior cruciate ligament in humans and rhesus monkeys. Age-related and species-related changes. J Bone Joint Surg 58A(8):1074-1082, 1976.

18. Grood ES, Noyes FR: Cruciate ligament prosthesis: Strength, creep, and fatigue properties. J Bone Joint Surg 58A(8):1083-1088, 1976.

19. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Nussbaum NS, Cooper SM: Effect of intra-articular corticosteroids on ligament properties. A biomechanical and histological study in rhesus knees. Clin Orthop 123:197-209, 1977.

20. Noyes FR: Functional properties of knee ligaments and alterations induced by immobilization: A correlative biomechanical and histological study in primates. Clin Orthop 123:210-242, 1977.

21. Butler DL, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Measurement of the biomechanical properties of ligaments. In: Bahnuik G, Burstein A (eds): CRC Handbook on Engineering and Biology, pgs. 279-314, 1978.

22. Schock CC, Noyes FR, Villanueva AR: Comparison of findings of the bone stain and tetracycline labeling in monkey ribs. J Histotech 1:85-88, 1978. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 15 15

23. Grood ES, Noyes FR, Butler DL: Knee flail design limits: Background, experimentation and design criteria. Report No. AMRL-TR-78-58, 6570th Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, 1978.

24. Butler DL, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Zernicke RF: Biomechanics of ligaments and tendons. In: Hutton R (ed): Exercise and Sports Science Review, Franklin Institute Press, Vol. 6:125-181, 1978.

25. Noyes FR: Letter to the editor. Am J Sports Med 6: 147-149, 1978.

26. Lentz MW, Noyes FR, Neale HW: Muscle flap transposition for traumatic soft tissue defects of the lower extremity. Clin Orthop 143:200-210, 1979.

27. Lentz MW, Noyes FR: Osseous deformity from osteomyelitis variolosa: A case report. Clin Orthop 143:155-157, 1979.

28. Butler DL, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Ligamentous restraints to anterior-posterior drawer in the human knee: A biomechanical study. J Bone Joint Surg 62A(2):259-270, 1980.

29. Paulos LE, Noyes FR, Malek M: A practical guide to the initial evaluation and treatment of knee ligament injuries. J Trauma 20(6):498-506, 1980.

30. Noyes FR, Bassett RW, Grood ES, Butler DL: Arthroscopy in acute traumatic hemarthrosis of the knee: Incidence of anterior cruciate tears and other injuries. J Bone Joint Surg 62A(5):687-695, 1980.

31. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Butler DL, Malek M: Clinical laxity tests and functional stability of the knee: Biomechanical concepts. Clin Orthop 146:84-89, 1980.

32. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Butler DL, Paulos LE: Clinical biomechanics of the knee – ligament restraints and functional stability. In: Funk J (ed): AAOS Symposium on the Athlete’s Knee. Surgical Repair and Reconstruction, C.V. Mosby Co: St. Louis, Missouri, 1980.

33. Noyes FR: Editorial comment: Nutrient pathways in transferred patellar tendon used for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 8:17-18, 1980.

34. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Butler DL, Raterman L: Knee ligament tests: What do they really mean? Phys Ther 60(12):1578-1581, 1980.

35. Noyes FR, Paulos L, Mooar LA, Signer B: Knee sprains and acute Hemarthrosis: Misdiagnosis of anterior cruciate ligament tears. Phys Ther 60(12):1596-1601, 1980.

36. Paulos LE, Rusche K, Johnson C, Noyes FR: Patellar malalignment: A treatment rationale. Phys Ther 60(12):1624-1632, 1980.

37. Noyes FR: Editorial comment: Acute anterior cruciate ligament injury and augmented repair. Am J Sports Med 8:400-401, 1980.

38. Bright R, D’Ambrosia R, Hawkins R, Noyes FR, Rogala E, Sim F: Report on the visit of the 1979 ABC traveling fellows to Great Britain. J Bone Joint Surg 62A:853-855, 1980.

39. Grood ES, Noyes FR, Butler DL, Suntay WJ: Ligamentous and capsular restraints preventing straight medial and lateral laxity in intact human cadaver knees. J Bone Joint Surg 63A(8):1257- 1269, 1981.

40. Roe RJ, Grood ES, Shastri R, Gosselin CA, Noyes FR: Effect of radiation sterilization and aging on ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene. J Biomed Mat Res 15(2):209-230, 1981.

41. Paulos LE, Noyes FR, Grood ES, Butler DL: Knee rehabilitation after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and repair. Am J Sports Med 9(3):140-149, 1981.

42. Noyes FR, Spievack ES: Extraarticular fluid dissection in tissues during arthroscopy: A report of clinical cases and a study of intraarticular and thigh pressures in cadavers. Am J Sports Med 10(6):346-351, 1982.

43. Noyes FR, Mooar PA, Matthews DS, Butler DL: The symptomatic anterior cruciate-deficient knee. Part I: The long-term functional disability in athletically active individuals. J Bone Joint Surg 65A(2):154-162, 1983.

44. Noyes FR, Matthews DS, Mooar PA, Grood ES: The symptomatic anterior cruciate-deficient knee. Part II: The results of rehabilitation, activity modification, and counseling on functional disability. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 16 16 J Bone Joint Surg 65A(2):163-174, 1983.

45. Noyes FR, Butler DL, Paulos LE, Grood ES: Intra-articular cruciate reconstruction I: Perspectives on graft strength, vascularization and immediate motion after replacement. Clin Orthop 172:71-77, 1983.

46. Paulos LE, Butler DL, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Intra-articular cruciate reconstruction II: Replacement with vascularized patellar tendon. Clin Orthop 172:78-84, 1983.

47. Paulos LE, Johnson CL, Noyes FR: Posterior compartment fractures of the ankle: A commonly missed athletic injury. Am J Sports Med 11(6):439-443, 1983.

48. Suntay WJ, Grood ES, Hefzy MS, Butler DL, Noyes FR: Error analysis of a system for measuring three-dimensional joint motion. J Biomech Eng 105(2):127-135, 1983.

49. Grood ES, Suntay WJ, Noyes FR, Butler DL: The joint coordinate system: A description of 3- dimensional joint motion. J Biomech Eng 105:135-144, 1983.

50. Hulse DA, Butler DL, Kay MD, Noyes FR, Shires PK, D’Ambrosia R, Shoji H: Biomechanics of cranial cruciate reconstruction in the dog. I. In-vitro laxity testing. Vet Surg 12:109-112, 1983.

51. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Suntay WJ, Butler DL: The three dimensional laxity of the anterior cruciate deficient knee as determined by clinical laxity tests. Iowa Orthop J 3:32-44, 1983.

52. Noyes FR: Report of the committee on research. Am J Sports Med 11:462-468, 1983.

53. Noyes FR, Butler DL, Grood ES, Zernicke RF, Hefzy MS: Biomechanical analysis of human ligament grafts used in knee-ligament repairs and reconstructions. J Bone Joint Surg 66A(3):344- 352, 1984.

54. Grood ES, Suntay WJ, Noyes FR, Butler DL: Biomechanics of the knee-extension exercise. Effect of cutting the anterior cruciate ligament. J Bone Joint Surg 66A(5):725-734, 1984.

55. Noyes FR, McGinniss GH, Mooar LA: Functional disability in the anterior cruciate insufficient knee syndrome. Review of knee rating systems and projected risk factors in determining treatment. Sports Med 1(4):278-302, 1984.

56. Butler DL, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Zernicke RF, Brackett K: Effects of structure and strain measurement technique on the material properties of young human tendons and fascia. J Biomech 17(8):579-596, 1984.

57. Noyes FR, Keller CS, Grood ES, Butler DL: Advances in the understanding of knee ligament injury, repair, and rehabilitation. Med Sci Sports Exer 16(5):427-443, 1984.

58. Butler DL, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Sodd AN: On the interpretation of our anterior cruciate ligament data. Clin Orthop 186:26-34, 1985.

59. Noyes FR, McGinniss GH, Grood ES: The variable functional disability of the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. Orthop Clinics N Am 16(1):47-67, 1985.

60. Noyes FR, McGinniss GH: Controversy about treatment of the knee with anterior cruciate laxity. Clin Orthop 198:61-76, 1985.

61. Grood ES, Butler DL, Noyes FR: Models of ligament repairs and grafts. In: AAOS Symposium on Sports Medicine – The Knee. AAOS: Chicago, IL, pgs. 169-181, 1985.

62. Noyes FR: Levels of knee joint research. How do we bridge the gap? J Biomech Eng 108(2):100- 105, 1986.

63. Noyes FR, Mangine RE, Barber SD: Early knee motion after open and arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 15(2):149-160, 1987.

64. Siegel MG, Siqueland KA, Noyes FR: The use of computerized thermography in the evaluation of non-traumatic anterior knee pain. Orthop 10(5):825-830, 1987.

65. Noyes FR, Grood ES: Classification of ligament injuries: Why an anterolateral laxity or anteromedial laxity is not a diagnostic entity. In: Griffin P (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, AAOS: Chicago, IL, Vol. 36:185-200, 1987.

66. Keller CS, Noyes FR, Buncher CR: The medical aspects of soccer injury epidemiology. Am J Sports Med 15(3):230-237, 1987. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 17 17

67. Keller CS, Noyes FR, Buncher CR: The medical aspects of soccer injury epidemiology. Am J Sports Med 16(Suppl 1):S105-S112, 1988.

68. Noyes FR, Grood ES: Diagnosis of knee ligament injuries: Five concepts. In: Feagin J (ed): The Crucial Ligaments, Churchill Livingstone: New York, NY, 1988.

69. Grood ES, Noyes FR: Diagnosis of knee ligament injuries: Biomechanical precepts. In: Feagin J (ed): The Crucial Ligaments, Churchill Livingstone: New York, NY, 1988.

70. Grood ES, Stowers SF, Noyes FR: Limits of movement in the human knee. Effect of sectioning the posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral structures. J Bone Joint Surg 70A(1):88-97, 1988.

71. Noyes, FR, Albright JP: Foreword: Sports injury research. Am J Sports Med 16(Supp 1):Svi-Sx, 1988.

72. Albright JP, Noyes FR: Role of the team physician in sports injury studies. Am J Sports Med 16(Supp 1):S1-S4, 1988.

73. Albright JP, Noyes FR: The sports medicine researcher. Guidelines for the investigator. Am J Sports Med 16(Supp 1):S10-S15, 1988.

74. Noyes FR, Lindenfeld TN, Marshall MT: What determines an athletic injury (definition)? Who determines an injury (occurrence)? Am J Sports Med 16(Supp 1):S65-S68, 1988.

75. Lindenfeld TN, Noyes FR, Marshall MT: Components of injury reporting systems. Am J Sports Med 16(Supp 1):S69-S80, 1988.

76. Holden JP, Grood ES, Butler DL, Noyes FR, Mendenhall HV, Van Kampen CL, Neidich RL: Biomechanics of fascia lata ligament replacements: Early postoperative changes in the goat. J Orthop Res 6(5):639-647, 1988.

77. Grood ES, Butler DL, Noyes FR: Comment on “Effects of knee flexion angle on the structural properties of the rabbit femur-anterior cruciate ligament-tibia complex.” J Biomech 21(8):688-691, 1988.

78. Butler DL, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Olmstead ML, Hohn RB, Arnoczky SP, Siegel MG: Mechanical properties of primate vascularized vs. nonvascularized patellar tendon grafts: Changes over time. J Orthop Res 7(1):68-79, 1989.

79. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Torzilli PA: Current concepts review: The definitions of terms for motion and position of the knee and injuries of the ligaments. J Bone Joint Surg 71A(3):465-472, 1989.

80. Hefzy MS, Grood ES, Noyes FR: Factors affecting the region of most isometric femoral attachments. Part II: The anterior cruciate ligament. O’Donoghue Award. Am J Sports Med 17(2):208-216, 1989.

81. Noyes FR, Stabler CL: A system for grading articular cartilage lesions at arthroscopy. Am J Sports Med 17(4):505-513, 1989.

82. Noyes FR, Barber SD, Mooar LA: A rationale for assessing sports activity levels and limitations in knee disorders. Clin Orthop 246:238-249, 1989.

83. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Suntay WJ: Three-dimensional motion analysis of clinical stress tests for anterior knee subluxations. Acta Orthop Scand 60(3):308-318, 1989.

84. Noyes FR, Mooar LA, Moorman CT, McGinniss GH: Partial tears of the anterior cruciate ligament: Progression to complete ligament deficiency. J Bone Joint Surg 71B(5):825-833, 1989.

85. Barber SD, Noyes FR, Mangine RE, McCloskey JW, Hartman W: Quantitative assessment of functional limitations in normal and anterior cruciate ligament deficient knees. Clin Orthop 255:204-214, 1990.

86. Wroble RR, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Schmitt DJ: Reproducibility of the Genucom knee analysis system testing. Am J Sports Med 18(4):387-395, 1990.

87. Wroble RR, Van Ginkel LA, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Shaffer BL: Repeatability of the KT-1000 arthrometer in a normal population. Am J Sports Med 18(4):396-399, 1990.

88. Noyes FR, Barber SD, Mangine RE: Bone-patellar ligament-bone and fascia lata allografts for Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 18 18 reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. J Bone Joint Surg 72A(8):1125-1136, 1990.

89. Mangine RE, Noyes FR, Mullen MP, Barber SD: A physiological profile of the elite soccer athlete. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 12:147-152, 1990.

90. Gibbons MJ, Butler DL, Grood ES, Bylski-Austrow DI, Levy MS, Noyes FR: Effects of gamma irradiation on the initial mechanical and material properties of goat bone-patellar tendon-bone allografts. J Orthop Res 9(2):209-218. 1991.

91. Noyes FR, Mooar LA, Barber SD: The assessment of work-related activities and limitations in knee disorders. Am J Sports Med 19(2):178-188, 1991.

92. Noyes FR, Grood ES, Cummings JF, Wroble RR: An analysis of the pivot shift phenomenon. The knee motions and subluxations induced by different examiners. Am J Sports Med 19(2):148-155, 1991.

93. Noyes FR, Cummings JF, Grood ES, Walz-Hasselfeld KA, Wroble RR: The diagnosis of knee motion limits, subluxations, and ligament injury. Am J Sports Med 19(2):163-171, 1991.

94. Noyes FR, Wojtys EM, Marshall MT: The early diagnosis and treatment of developmental patella infera syndrome. Clin Orthop 265:241-252, 1991.

95. Noyes FR, Wojtys EM: The early recognition, diagnosis and treatment of the patella infera syndrome. In: Davis B (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, AAOS: Chicago, IL, Vol. XL:233- 247, 1991.

96. Noyes FR, Barber SD: The effect of an extra-articular procedure on allograft reconstructions for chronic ruptures of the anterior cruciate ligament. J Bone Joint Surg 73A(6):882-892, 1991.

97. Drez DJ Jr, DeLee J, Holden JP, Arnoczky S, Noyes FR, Roberts TS: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using bone-patellar tendon-bone allografts. A biological and biomechanical evaluation in goats. Am J Sports Med 19(3):256-263, 1991.

98. Funk DA, Noyes FR, Grood ES, Hoffman SD: Effect of flexion angle on the pressure-volume of the human knee. Arthroscopy 7(1):86-90, 1991.

99. Noyes FR, Barber SD, Mangine RE: Abnormal lower limb symmetry determined by function hop tests after anterior cruciate ligament rupture. Am J Sports Med 19(5):513-518, 1991.

100. Buseck MS, Noyes FR: Arthroscopic evaluation of meniscal repairs after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and immediate motion. Am J Sports Med 19(5):489-494, 1991.

101. Riederman R, Noyes FR: Soft tissue expansion of contracted tissues prior to knee surgery. Am J Knee Surg 4:1-5, 1991.

102. Noyes FR, DeMaio M, Mangine RE: Evaluation-based protocols: a new approach to rehabilitation. Orthop 14(12):1383-1385, 1991.

103. Arnoczky SP, Grewe SR, Paulos LE, Warner JJ, Warren RF, Cooper DE, Noyes FR, Wojtys EM: In: Instructional Course Lecture, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, Vol. 40:199-270, 1991.

104. Dugdale TW, Noyes FR, and Styer D: Pre-operative planning for high tibial osteotomy: The effect of lateral tibiofemoral separation and tibiofemoral length. Clin Orthop 247:248-264, 1992.

105. DeMaio M, Noyes FR, Mangine RE: Principles for aggressive rehabilitation after reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. Orthop 15(3):385-392, 1992.

106. Noyes FR, Mangine RE, Barber SD: Early treatment of motion complications after reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. Clin Orthop 277:217-228, 1992.

107. Mangine RE, Noyes FR, DeMaio M: Minimal protection program: Advanced weight bearing and range of motion after ACL reconstruction – Weeks 1 to 5. Orthop 15(4):504-515, 1992.

108. DeMaio M, Mangine RE, Noyes FR, Barber SD: Advanced muscle training after ACL reconstruction – Weeks 6 through 52. Orthop 15(6):757-767, 1992.

109. Mangine RE, Noyes FR: Rehabilitation of the allograft reconstruction. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 15:294-302, 1992.

110. Barber SD, Noyes FR, Mangine RE, DeMaio M: Rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction – Function testing. Orthop 15(8):969-974, 1992. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 19 19

111. Noyes FR, Barber SD: The effect of a ligament augmentation device on allograft reconstructions for chronic ruptures of the anterior cruciate ligament. J Bone Joint Surg 74A(7):960-973, 1992.

112. Castle T Jr, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Posterior tibial subluxation of the posterior cruciate-deficient knee. Clin Orthop 284:193-202, 1992.

113. Eifert-Mangine M, Brewster C, Wong M, Shields CC, Noyes FR: Patellar tendinitis in the recreational athlete. Orthop 15(11):1359-1367, 1992.

114. Noyes FR, Schipplein OD, Andriacchi TP, Saddemi SR, Weise M: The anterior cruciate ligamentdeficient knee with varus alignment. An analysis of gait adaptations and dynamic joint loadings. Am J Sports Med 20(6):707-716, 1992.

115. Schenck RC, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Fishman EK: Computerized stress tomography of posterolateral instability of the knee: A diagnostic test for posterior subluxation of the lateral tibial plateau. Am J Knee Surg 5:202-209, 1992.

116. Grood ES, Walz-Hasselfeld KA, Holden JP, Noyes FR, Levy MS, Butler DL, Jackson DW, Drez DJ: The correlation between anterior-posterior translation and cross-sectional area of anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions. J Orthop Res 10(6):878-885, 1992.

117. Noyes FR: The clinical application of allografts in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. In: Finerman GA, Noyes FR (eds): Biology and Biomechanics of the Traumatized Synovial Joint: the Knee as a Model, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, pgs. 449-473, 1992.

118. Galloway MT, Noyes FR: Cystic degeneration of the patella following arthroscopic chondroplasty and subchondral bone perforation. Arthroscopy 8(3):366-369, 1992.

119. Noyes FR, Barber SD, Simon R: High tibial osteotomy and ligament reconstruction in varus angulated, anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knees. A two to seven year follow-up study. Am J Sports Med 21(1):2-12, 1993.

120. Wroble RR, Grood ES, Cummings JS, Henderson JM, Noyes FR: The role of the lateral extraarticular restraints in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. Am J Sports Med 21(2):257-263, 1993.

121. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: The effect of rehabilitation and return to activity on anteriorposterior displacements after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 21(2):264-270, 1993.

122. Noyes FR, Barber SD: Allograft reconstruction of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments: Report of ten year experience and results. In: Heckman JD (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, Vol. 42:381-396, 1993.

123. Noyes FR, Stowers SF, Grood ES, Cummings J, Van Ginkel LA: Posterior subluxations of the medial and lateral tibiofemoral compartments: An in-vitro ligament sectioning study in cadaveric knees. Am J Sports Med 21(3):407-414, 1993.

124. Noyes FR: Editorial. An unresolved dilemma: Treatment of injuries to the posterolateral knee structures. Am J Knee Surg 6:95-96, 1993.

125. Noyes FR, Simon R: The role of high tibial osteotomy in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee with varus alignment. In: DeLee JC, Drez D (eds): Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Principles and Practice, WB Saunders: Philadelphia, PA, pgs. 1401-1443, 1993.

126. McLaughlin J and Noyes FR: Arthroscopic meniscus repair: Recommended surgical techniques for complex meniscal tears. Tech Orthop 8:129-136, 1993.

127. Andrews M, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Anterior cruciate ligament allograft reconstruction in the skeletally immature athlete. Am J Sports Med 22(1):48-54, 1994.
128. Rasmussen TJ, Feder SM, Butler DL, Noyes FR: The effects of 4 MRad of gamma irradiation on the initial mechanical properties of bone-patellar tendon-bone grafts. Arthroscopy 10(2):188-197, 1994.

129. Lindenfeld TN, Schmitt DJ, Hendy MP, Mangine RE, Noyes FR: Incidence of injury in indoor soccer. Am J Sports Med 22(3):364-371, 1994. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 20 20

130. Haimes JL, Wroble RR, Grood ES, Noyes FR: Role of the medial structures in the intact and anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. Limits of motion in the human knee. Am J Sports Med 22(3):402-409, 1994.

131. McLaughlin J, DeMaio M, Noyes FR, Mangine RE: Rehabilitation after meniscus repair. Orthop 17(5):463-471, 1994.

132. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Roberts CS: Use of allografts after failed treatment of rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament. J Bone Joint Surg 76A(7):1019-1031, 1994.

133. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Posterior cruciate ligament allograft reconstruction with and without a ligament augmentation device. Arthroscopy 10(4):371-382, 1994.

134. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: The use of allografts in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee. In: Wojtys EM (ed): The ACL Deficient Knee, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, pgs. 78-90, 1994.

135. Grood ES, Noyes FR: Diagnosis of knee ligament injuries: Biomechanical precepts. In: Feagin JA (ed): The Crucial Ligaments, 2 nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone: New York, pgs. 371-386, 1994.

136. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Surgical reconstruction of severe chronic posterolateral complex injuries of the knee using allograft tissues. Am J Sports Med 23(1):2-12, 1995.

137. Noyes FR, Roberts CS: High tibial osteotomy in knees with associated chronic ligament deficiency. In: Jackson DW (ed): Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery – Reconstructive Knee Surgery, Raven Press: New York, NY, pgs. 185-210, 1995.

138. Mangine RE, Noyes FR: Anterior cruciate ligament. In: Mangine RE (ed): Physical Therapy of the Knee, Churchill Livingstone: New York, NY, pgs. 165-201, 1995.

139. Anderson JK, Noyes FR: Principles of posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Orthop 18(5):493-500, 1995.

140. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: The treatment of acute combined ruptures of the anterior cruciate and medial ligaments of the knee. Am J Sports Med 23(4):380-391, 1995.

141. Noyes FR, Dunworth LA, Andriacchi TP, Andrews MA, Hewett TE: Knee hyperextension gait abnormalities in unstable knees: Recognition and preoperative gait training. Am J Sports Med 24(1):35-45, 1996.

142. Andrews M, Noyes FR, Hewett TE, Andriacchi TP: Lower limb alignment and foot angle are related to stance phase knee adduction in normal subjects: A critical analysis of the reliability of gait analysis data. J Orthop Res 14(2):289-295, 1996.

143. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament with human allograft. Comparison of early and later results. J Bone Joint Surg 78A(4):524-537, 1996.

144. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Revision anterior cruciate ligament surgery with allograft and autograft tissues: Experience from Cincinnati. Clin Orthop 325:116-129, 1996.

145. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Surgical restoration to treat chronic deficiency of the posterolateral complex and cruciate ligaments of the knee joint. Am J Sports Med 24(4):415-426, 1996.

146. Galloway MT, Grood ES, Mehalik JN, Levy M, Saddler SC, Noyes FR: Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. An in vitro study of femoral and tibial graft placement. Am J Sports Med 24(4):437-445, 1996.

147. Rubman MH, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Technical considerations in the management of complex meniscal tears. Clinics in Sports Medicine 15(3):511-530, 1996.

148. Bush-Joseph CA, Cummings JF, Buseck M, Bylski-Austrow DI, Butler DL, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Effect of tibial attachment location on the healing of the anterior cruciate ligament freeze model. J Orthop Res 14(4): 534-541, 1996.

149. Hewett TE, Stroupe AL, Nance TA, Noyes FR: Plyometric training in female athletes. Decreased impact forces and increased hamstring torques. Excellence in Research Award. Am J Sports Med 24(6):765-773, 1996.

150. Noyes FR: PCL and posterolateral complex injuries: Overview. Am J Knee Surg 9(4):171, 1996. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 21 21

151. Saddler SC, Noyes FR, Grood ES, Knochenmuss DR, Hefzy MS: Posterior cruciate ligament anatomy and length-tension behavior of PCL surface fibers. Am J Knee Surg 9(4):194-199, 1996.

152. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Treatment of complex injuries involving the posterior cruciate and posterolateral ligaments of the knee. Am J Knee Surg 9(4):200-214, 1996.

153. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Allograft reconstruction of the ligaments of the knee: current knowledge and clinical results. Tissue and Cell Report 3:9-14, 1996.

154. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Arthroscopic-assisted allograft anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in patients with symptomatic arthrosis. Arthroscopy 13(1):24-32, 1997.

155. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: A comparison of results in acute and chronic anterior cruciate ligament ruptures of arthroscopically assisted autogenous patellar tendon reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 25(4):460-471, 1997.

156. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, Andrews M: A rigorous comparison between the sexes of results and complications after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 25(4):514-526, 1997.

157. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: A comparison of results of arthroscopic-assisted anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction between workers’ compensation and noncompensation patients. Arthroscopy 13(4):474-484, 1997.

158. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with autogenous patellar tendon graft in patients with articular cartilage damage. Am J Sports Med 25(5):626-634, 1997.

159. Hewett TE, Noyes FR, Lee MD: Diagnosis of complete and partial posterior cruciate ligament ruptures. Stress radiography compared with KT-1000 arthrometer and posterior drawer testing. Am J Sports Med 25(5):648-655, 1997.

160. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Reconstruction of the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments after knee dislocation. Use of early protected postoperative motion to decrease arthrofibrosis. Am J Sports Med 25(6):769-778, 1997.

161. Hewett TE, Blum KR, Noyes FR: Gait characteristics of the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient varus knee. Am J Knee Surg 10(4):246-254, 1997.

162. Rubman MH, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Arthroscopic repair of meniscal tears that extend into the avascular zone. A review of 198 single and complex tears. Am J Sports Med 26(1):87-95, 1998.

163. Hewett TE, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Heckmann TP: Decrease in knee joint pain and increase in function in patients with medial compartment arthrosis: A prospective analysis of valgus bracing. Orthop 21(2):131-138, 1998.

164. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Butler DL, Wilkins RM: The role of allografts in repair and reconstruction of knee joint ligaments and menisci. In: Cannon WD (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, Vol. 47, 379-396, 1998.

165. Nissen CW, Cullen MC, Hewett TE, Noyes FR: Physical and arthroscopic examination techniques of the patellofemoral joint. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 28(5):277-285, 1998.

166. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, Heckmann TP, Shaffer BL: The effect of exercise and rehabilitation on anterior-posterior knee displacements after anterior cruciate ligament autograft reconstruction. Am J Sports Med 27(1):84-93, 1999.

167. Miller MD, Bergfeld JA, Fowler PJ, Harner CD, Noyes FR: The posterior cruciate ligament injured knee: Principles of evaluation and treatment. In: Zuckerman JD (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 48, AAOS: Rosemont, IL, 199-207, 1999.

168. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, McCloskey JW: Rigorous statistical reliability, validity, and responsiveness testing of the Cincinnati knee rating system in 350 subjects with uninjured, injured, or anterior cruciate ligament-reconstructed knees. Am J Sports Med 27(4):402-416, 1999.

169. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Assessment of sports participation levels following knee injuries. Sports Med 28(1):1-10, 1999.

170. Rubman MH, Noyes FR: Varus angulation with chronic ligament deficiency: The role of high Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 22 22 tibial osteotomy. In: Craig EV (ed): Clinical Orthopaedics, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins: Philadelphia, pgs. 783-792, 1999.

171. Hewett TE, Lindenfeld TN, Riccobene JV, Noyes FR: The effect of neuromuscular training on the incidence of knee injury in female athletes. A prospective study. Am J Sports Med 27(6):699-706, 1999.

172. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Reconstruction of the lateral collateral ligament of the knee with patellar tendon allograft. Report of a new technique in combined ligament injuries. Am J Sports Med 27(2):269-270, 1999.

173. Hewett TE, Paterno MV, Noyes FR: Neuromuscular contributions to knee kinematics and kinetics: Normal versus the pathological state. In: Lephart SM, Fu FH (eds): Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control in Joint Stability, Human Kinetics: US, pgs. 77-88, 2000.

174. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Hewett TE: High tibial osteotomy and ligament reconstruction for varus angulated anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knees. Am J Sports Med 28(3):282-296, 2000.

175. Heckmann TP, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Autogeneic and allogeneic anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation. In: Ellenbecker TS (ed): Knee Ligament Rehabilitation, Churchill Livingstone: New York, NY, pgs. 132-150, 2000.

176. Noyes FR, Heckmann TP, Barber-Westin SD: Posterior cruciate ligament and lateral, posterolateral reconstruction. In: Ellenbecker TS (ed): Knee Ligament Rehabilitation, Churchill Livingstone: New York, NY, pgs. 167-185, 2000.

177. Noyes FR, Berrios-Torres S, Barber-Westin SD, Heckmann TP: Prevention of permanent arthrofibrosis after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction alone or combined with associated procedures: A prospective study in 443 knees. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 8(4):196-206, 2000.

178. Mannor DA, Shearn JT, Grood ES, Noyes FR, Levy MS: Two-bundle posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. An in vitro analysis of graft placement and tension. Am J Sports Med, 28(6):833- 845, 2000.

179. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Arthroscopic repair of meniscus tears extending into the avascular zone with or without anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in patients 40 years of age and older. Arthroscopy, 16(8):822-829, 2000.

180. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Grood ES: Newer concepts in the treatment of posterior cruciate ligament ruptures. In: Insall JN, Scott WN (eds): Surgery of the Knee, Churchill Livingstone: New York, 3 rd edition, pgs. 841-878, 2000.

181. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Revision anterior cruciate ligament surgery with use of bonepatellar tendon-bone autogenous grafts. J Bone Joint Surg 83-A: 1131-1143, 2001.

182. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: Report of Report of 11-year experience and results in 114 consecutive patients. In Sim FH (ed): Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 50, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rosemont, IL, 2001, pp. 451-461.

183. Cummings JF, Grood ES, Levy MS, Korvick KL, Wyatt R, Noyes FR: The effects of graft width and graft laxity on the outcome of caprine anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. J Orthop Res 20: 338-345, 2002.

184. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Arthroscopic repair of meniscus tears extending into the avascular zone in patients in their first and second decade. Am J Sports Med, 30: 589-600, 2002.

185. Mejia EA, Noyes FR, Grood ES: Posterior cruciate ligament femoral insertion site characteristics: Importance for reconstructive procedures. Am J Sports Med, 30: 643-651, 2002.

186. Noyes FR: The effectiveness of reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament with hamstrings and patellar tendon. A cadaveric study comparing anterior tibial and rotational loads. J Bone Joint Surg online commentary, June 2002.

187. Noyes FR: Gender differences in muscular protection of the knee in torsion in size-matched athletes. J Bone Joint Surg online commentary, May 2003. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 23 23

188. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Simon R: The role of high tibial osteotomy in the anterior cruciate ligament-deficient knee with varus alignment. In: DeLee JC, Drez D, Miller MD (eds): Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, 2 nd Edition, W.B. Saunders: Philadelphia, 2003, pp. 1900-1936.

189. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Roberts CS: High tibial osteotomy in knees with associated chronic ligament deficiencies. In: Jackson S (ed): Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: Reconstructive Knee Surgery, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins: Philadelphia, 2003, pp. 229-260.

190. Pasque CB, Gibbons MJ, Grood ES, Levy M, Noyes FR: The role of the popliteofibular ligament alone and with the popliteus muscle-tendon in providing a posterolateral restraint. J Bone Joint Surgery, 85B: 292-298, 2003.

191. Noyes FR, Medvecky MJ, Bhargava M: Arthroscopically assisted quadriceps double-bundle tibialinlay PCL reconstruction: An analysis of techniques and a safe operative approach of the popliteal fossa. Arthroscopy, 19: 894-905, 2003.

192. Noyes FR: Arthroscopically-assisted posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: The all-inside technique and the tibial inlay technique using double-bundle quadriceps tendon-bone autograft. Techniques in Knee Surgery 2: 214-228, 2003.

193. Hunter SA., Butler DL., Noyes FR, Haridas B., Levy M.S: The effects of matrix stabilization using glutaraldehyde on the material properties of porcine meniscus. J. Biomedical Materials Research 67A: 1245-1254, 2003.

194. Noyes FR: Book Review: Daniels’ Knee Injuries: Ligament and Cartilage Structure, Function, Injury, and Repair. 2 nd Ed. J Bone Joint Surgery 85A: 2494-2495, 2004.

195. Shearn J, Grood E, Noyes F, Levy M: Two-bundle posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: How bundle tension depends on femoral placement. J Bone and Joint Surgery 86A: 1262-1270, 2004.

196. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Rankin M: Meniscus transplantation in symptomatic patients under fifty years of age. J Bone Joint Surgery 86A: 1392-1404, 2004.

197. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Fleckenstein C, Walsh C, West J: The drop-jump screening test: Difference in lower limb control between gender and effect of neuromuscular training in female athletes. Am J Sports Medicine 33: 197-207, 2005.

198. Noyes FR, Goeble SX, West J: Opening wedge tibial osteotomy: The 3-triangle method to correct axial alignment and tibial slope at medial. Am J Sports Medicine 33: 378-387, 2005

199. Medvecky MJ, Noyes FR: Limited surgical approaches to the posterior aspect of the knee. J Am Academy Orthopaedic Surgeons 13: 121-128, 2005

200. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Meniscus transplantation: Indications, techniques, clinical outcomes. In: Pellegrini VD (ed.): Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 54, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rosemont, IL., 2005, pp. 341-353.

201. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Posterior cruciate ligament revision reconstruction, part 1: Causes of surgical failure in 52 consecutive operations. Am J Sports Medicine 33: 646-654, 2005.

202. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Posterior cruciate ligament revision reconstruction, part 2: Results of revision using a two-strand quadriceps tendon-patellar bone autograft. Am J Sports Medicine 33: 655-665, 2005.

203. Hunter SA, Noyes FR, Haridas B, Levy MS, Butler DL: Meniscal material properties are minimally affected by matrix stabilization using glutaraldehyde and glycation with ribose. J Orthop Res 23: 555-561, 2005.

204. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Posterior cruciate ligament replacement using a two-strand quadriceps tendon-patellar bone autograft with tibial inlay technique. J Bone Joint Surgery 87A: 1241-1252, 2005.

205. Shearn J, Grood E, Noyes FR, Levy M: One and two-strand posterior cruciate ligament reconstructions: Cyclic fatigue testing. J Orthop Research 23: 958-963, 2005.

206. Noyes, FR, Barber-Westin SD, Rankin M: Meniscal transplantation in symptomatic patients less than fifty years old: Surgical technique. J Bone Joint Surgery 87A (Suppl 1, Part 2): 149-165, 2005. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 24 24

207. Barber-Westin SD, Galloway MG, Corbett G, Noyes FR, Walsh C: Assessment of lower limb neuromuscular control in prepubescent athletes. Am J Sports Medicine 33: 1853-1860, 2005.

208. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Isokinetic profile and differences in tibial rotation strength between males and female athletes 11 to 17 years of age. Isok and Exer Sci 13: 251-259, 2005.

209. Noyes FR: Commentary: Physeal sparing reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament in skeletally immature prepubescent children and adolescents. J Bone Joint Surg online commentary, November 2005.

210. Rankin M, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Hushek, SG: Human meniscus allografts’ in-vivo size and motion characteristics. Magnetic resonance imaging assessment under weight bearing conditions. Am J Sports Med 34: 98-107, 2006.

211. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, Galloway MG: Jump-land characteristics and muscle strength development in young athletes: A gender comparison of 1140 athletes 9 to 17 years of age. Am J Sports Medicine 34: 375-384, 2006.

212. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Anterior cruciate ligament revision reconstruction: Results using a quadriceps tendon-patellar bone autograft. Am J Sports Med 34: 553-564, 2006.

213. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Letter to the editor: Revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using a 2-stage technique with bone grafting of the tibial tunnel. Am J Sports Med 34: 678-680, 2006.

214. Parikh SN, Albright J, Noyes FR: Proximal and distal extensor mechanism realignment: Surgical technique. Tech Knee Surgery 5: 27-38, 2006

215. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Two-strand posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with a quadriceps tendon-patellar bone autograft: Technical considerations and clinical results In Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 55, Light TR (ed.), American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rosemont, IL, pp. 509-528, 2006.

216. Noyes FR: Posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: All-inside arthroscopic technique and tibial inlay technique with double-bundle quadriceps tendon-bone graft. Simonian PT (ed.): Surgical Techniques of Sports Medicine, Thieme, New York, pp. 230-241, 2006.

217. Noyes FR, Mayfield W, Barber-Westin SD, Albright J, Heckmann T: Opening wedge high tibial osteotomy: An operative technique and rehabilitation program to decrease complications and promote early union and function. Am J Sports Med 34: 1262-1273, 2006.

218. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Meniscus transplantation: Indications, techniques, clinical outcomes. In Ireland ML (ed.): Instructional Course Lectures, Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Rosemont, IL., 2006.

219. Noyes FR, Albright C: Reconstruction of the medial patellofemoral ligament wit h autologous quadriceps tendon. Arthroscopy 22, e1-e7, 2006.

220. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Albright JC: An analysis of the causes of failure in 57 consecutive posterolateral operative procedures. Am J Sports Med 34: 1419-1430, 2006.

221. Griffin LY, Albohm MJ, Arendt EA,Bahr R, Beynnon BD, DeMaio M, Dick RW, Engebretsen L, Garrett WE, Hannafin JA, Hewett TE, Huston LJ, Ireland ML, Johnson RJ, Lephart S, Mandelbaum BR, Mann B, Marks PH, Marshall SW, Myklebust G,Noyes FR, Powers C, Shields C, Shultz SJ, Silvers H, Slauterbeck J, Taylor DC, Teitz CC, Wojtys EM, Yu B: Understanding and preventing non-contact ACL injuries: A review of the Hunt Valley II meeting, January 2005. Am J Sports Med 34: 1512-1532, 2006.

222. Heckmann T, Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Meniscal repair and transplantation: Indications, techniques, rehabilitation, and clinical outcome. J Orthop Sports Phy Ther 36: 795-814, 2006.

223. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Letter to the editor: Prospective evaluation of allograft meniscus transplantation: A minimum 2-year follow-up. Am J Sports Med. 34: 2038-2039, 2006.

224. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Letter to the editor: The drop-jump screening test. Am J Sports Med. 34: 145-147, 2006. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 25 25

225. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Posterolateral knee reconstruction with an anatomical bone-patellar tendon-bone reconstruction of the fibular collateral ligament. Am J Sports Med. 35: 259-273, 2007.

226. Chaudhari AM, Lindenfeld TN, Andriacchi TP, Hewett TE, Riccobene J, Myer GD, Noyes FR,: Knee and hip loading patterns at different phases in the menstrual cycle: Implications for the gender difference in ACL injury rates. Am J Sports Med 35: 793-800, 2007.

227. Noyes FR: Online commentary and perspective: Effects of posterolateral reconstruction on external tibial rotation and force in a posterior cruciate ligament graft. J Bone Joint Surg November 2007.

228. Noyes FR: Online commentary and perspective: Femoral fixation sites for optimum isometry of posterolateral reconstruction. J Bone Joint Surg November 2007.

229. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Anatomical posterolateral knee reconstruction: surgical options and clinical results. Tech Knee Surg 7: 34-47, 2008.

230. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: High tibial osteotomy in knees with associated chronic ligament deficiencies. Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Reconstructive Knee Surgery, 3rd Edition, Jackson DW (ed.), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2008, pp. 315-359

229. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Medial and lateral meniscus transplantation: Arthroscopic assisted techniques and clinical outcome. Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Reconstructive Knee Surgery, 3rd Edition, Jackson DW (ed.), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia.. 2008, pp. 107-129.

230. Fester EW, Noyes FR: Postoperative chondrolysis of the knee. 3 case reports and a review of the literature. Am J Sports Med online preview, June 17, 2009.

231. Hunter SA, Rapoport HS, Connolly JM, Alferiev I, Fulmer J, Murti BH, Herfat M, Noyes FR, Butler DL, Levy FJ: Biomechanical and biologic effects of meniscus stabilization using triglycidyl amine. J Biomed Mater Res A, Epub ahead of print, June 25, 2009.

232. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: The role of high tibial osteotomy in the anterior cruciate ligamentdeficient knee with varus alignment. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, 3rd Edition, DeLee JC, Drez D, Miller MD (eds.), Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2009, pp. 1801-1835.

233. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, Smith S, Campbell T: Reducing the risk of noncontact anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the female athlete. The Physician and Sports Medicine, Sept. 2009.

234. Chen RC, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Surgical treatment of meniscus tears extending into the avascular region. Under review, J American Academy Orthop Surgeons.

235. Noyes FR: Opening wedge tibial osteotomy. Under review, Operative Arthroscopy, 4 th Edition, Sgaglione N, Amendola N, Johnson D, Richmond JC (eds.), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia.

236. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Clinical results of complex and avascular meniscus tears and transplants. Under review, Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 60, Egol KA (ed.), AAOS, Rosemont.

237. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Correct graft placement and use of the patellar tendon in ACL reconstruction. In progress, Instructional Course Lectures, Vol. 60, Egol KA (ed.), AAOS, Rosemont.

238. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Decision-making and surgical treatment of PCL ruptures. In progress, Surgery of the Knee, 5 th Edition, Insall JN, Scott WN (eds.), Elsevier, Philadelphia.

ORTHOPAEDIC TEXTBOOK
Noyes’ Knee Disorders: Surgery, Rehabilitation, Clinical Outcomes. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD (eds.), Saunders, Philadelphia, 2009. Detterline A, Babb J, Noyes FR: Chapter 1: Medial and anterior knee anatomy, pp. 3-19. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 26 26 Strickland JP, Fester EW, Noyes FR: Chapter 2: Lateral, posterior, and cruciate knee anatomy, pp. 20-43. Noyes FR, Grood ES: Chapter 3: The scientific basis for examination and classification of knee ligament injuries, pp. 47-88. Noyes FR, Grood ES: Chapter 4: Knee ligament function and failure, pp. 89-113. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 7: Anterior cruciate ligament primary and revision reconstruction: Diagnosis, operative techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 140-228. Barber-Westin SD, Heckmann T, Noyes FR: Chapter 12: Scientific basis of rehabilitation following anterior cruciate ligament autogenous reconstruction, pp. 268-305. Heckmann T, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 13: Rehabilitation of primary and revision anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions, pp. 306-336. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 15: Risk factors for anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the female athlete, pp. 359-378. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 16: Lower limb neuromuscular control and strength in prepubescent and adolescent male and female athletes, pp. 379-403. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 19: Decreasing the risk of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in female athletes, pp. 428-463. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 20: Function of the posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral ligament structures, pp. 467-502. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 21: Posterior cruciate ligament: Diagnosis, operative techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 503-576. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 22: Posterolateral ligament structures: Diagnosis, operative techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 577-630. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD, Heckmann TP: Chapter 23: Rehabilitation of posterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral reconstructive procedures, pp. 631-657. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 24: Medial and posteromedial ligament injuries: Diagnosis, operative techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 661-691. Heckmann TP, Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 25: Rehabilitation of medial ligament ruptures, pp. 692-707. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 28: Meniscus tears: Diagnosis, repair techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 733-771. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 29: Meniscus transplantation: Diagnosis, operative techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 772-805. Heckmann TP, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 30: Rehabilitation of meniscus repair and transplantation procedures, pp. 806-817. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 31: Primary, double, and triple varus knee syndromes: Diagnosis, osteotomy techniques, and clinical outcomes, pp. 821-895. Noyes FR, Heckmann TP, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 33: Rehabilitation after tibial and femoral osteotomy, pp. 905-914. Heckmann TP, Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 34: Correction of hyperextesion gait abnormalities: Preoperative and postoperative techniques, pp. 915-928. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 39: Operative options for extensor mechanism malalignment and patellar dislocation, pp. 995-1025. Noyes FR, Barber-Westin SD: Chapter 41: Prevention and treatment of knee arthrofibrosis, pp. 1053- 1095. Saxton D, Lindenfeld TN, Noyes FR: Chapter 43: Diagnosis and treatment of complex regional pain syndrome, pp. 1116-1133. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 44: The Cincinnati Knee Rating System, pp. 1137, online only. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 45: The International Knee Documentations Committee rating system, pp. 1138, online only. Frank R. Noyes, M.D. Page 27 27 Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 46: Rating of athletic and daily functional activities after knee injuries and operative procedures, pp. 1139, online only. Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR: Chapter 47: Articular cartilage rating systems, pp. 1140, online only.

HALL OF FAME, AMERICAN ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY FOR SPORTS MEDICINE (AOSSM) – The highest honor bestowed by the AOSSM for sports medicine. Dr. Noyes is the only sports medicine physician in the Tri-State to receive this award and one of only 45 honorees worldwide to date.

AMERICA¹S TOP DOCTORS; BEST DOCTORS IN AMERICA – In a survey of over 35,000 physicians nationwide, Dr. Noyes was chosen as one of the best orthopaedic surgeons in the United States.

CINCINNATI MAGAZINE BEST DOCTORS – Dr. Noyes was selected by other Best Doctor peers as the physician they would choose if a loved one needed orthopaedic care.

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – The highest honor given by the University of Cincinnati, this award was presented to Dr. Noyes to recognize his research leading to advances in the treatment of knee ligament injuries, impacting patients and athletes across the country.

KAPPA DELTA AWARD – The highest award presented annually by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons for outstanding research in the entire field of orthopaedics.

OREF CLINICAL RESEARCH AWARD – This award recognizes the most distinguished clinical research project related directly to musculoskeletal disease or injury in the entire field of orthopaedics. The honor is given jointly by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation.

O¹DONOGHUE AWARD – The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine presented this honor to Dr. Noyes for his outstanding clinical and research efforts which advanced the understanding, care and prevention of sports injuries.

EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH AWARD – This honor, presented by the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, is presented to the most outstanding paper submitted in all categories of sports medicine, with the primary author under the age of 40.

GEORGE D. ROVERE AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – This award recognized Dr. Noyes as the most outstanding educator of the year in the subspecialty of sports medicine.

JOHN KENNEDY MEMORIAL LECTURESHIP- Dr. Noyes received this distinguished award from the President of the American Orthopaedic Society of Sportsmedicine recognizing his outstanding career as a surgeon, educator, and researcher.