Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr Aaron Campbell

Dr Aaron Campbell, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Queen's University, Kingston General Hospital
University Position:
Assistant Professor
 
Current Appointments:
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital
 
Areas of Clinical Interest:
Knee Surgery and Sports Medicine
 
Areas of Research Interest:
Anterior cruciate femoral tunnel technique
Tibial slope measurement
 
Contact Information:
Department of Surgery
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery
Kingston General Hospital, Victory 3-310
Kingston, ON K7L 2V7
Tel: 613.549.6666 x. 6802
Fax: 613.548.7884

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Fellowship:
• Carleton Sports Medicine Clinic, Ottawa, ON, 2004
• University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 2005

Residency:
Queen's University, 2004

Medical School Graduation:
University of Saskatchewan, 1999

Certification:
FRCSC, Certification in Orthopaedic Surgery, 2004

Affiliations and Memberships: 
• Fellow Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
• Canadian Orthopedic Association
• Arthroscopy Association of North America
• College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
• Canadian Medical Association
• Ontario Medical Association
• Clinical Teachers’ Association of Queen’s University
 
Committees:
• Resident Education Committee
• Organ and Tissue Donation Committee
• 2006 KGH accreditation committee

Awards and Distinctions:
• 1995          College of Arts and Science Dean’s List
• 1993-97     CIAU Academic All Canadian 1993-97.
• 1993-97     University of Saskatchewan Athletics All Academic Team
• 1997          Dr. Randy Gregg Award – Canada West  Athletics Conference
• 1997          Rusty MacDonald Award – Huskie Athletics
• 1998          Margaret J. Winthorpe Bursary- Academic Achievement
• 1999          Isabelle and Emmett hall Scholarship in Orthopedic Surgery – Nominee


Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Campbell, A., Yen D. Late  Instability after Adolescent Chance Fracture. Canadian Journal of Surgery, October 2003.

Lalonde B., Fenton P.,Campbell A., Yen D. Conservative Treatment of Apparent Fractures on the Greater Trachanter as seen on MRI. Submitted to Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 2009.


Invited Presentations:
Campbell, A. Fractures of the Humeral Diaphysis Smith Nephew Resident Trauma Course, Kingston 2008.

Campbell, A. What’s New in ACL Surgery.  Cracking Orthopedics Complications Conference. Kingston, Ontario. 2007

Campbell, A., Johnson, D.  Anterior Cruciate Graft Tensioning With a Tension Device versus Manual Tensioning: A Prospective Controlled Trial Palm Island Resident and Fellows Meeting, 2005.

Campbell, A., Wilson P., Fenton P.  Trochanteric Tip Fractures: The Use of MRI in      Predicting Fracture Stability.  Ersil Research Day, Queen’s University 
2004.  Manuscript in print.

Campbell A., Yen D. Correlation Between Imaging and Outcome in Patients with   
Sciatica and Lumbar Disc Herniation. CORA, 2003. Canadian Spine Society, 2003.

Campbell, A., Harrison, M.  Range of Motion Following Two Stage Revision Arthroplasty with a PMMA spacer for the Infected Total Knee Queen’s Resident Research Review 2002.


Book Chapters:
Campbell, A.  Patellar Tendon Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction.  Practical Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, 2007.  D.H. Johnson and Robert A. Pedowitz, editors.


Works in Progress:
Campbell, A.  A Randomized Controlled Trial of Femoral Tunnel Preparation: Medial Portal versus Transtibial Technique

Campbell, A., Quinn, A.  Methods of Measuring Tibial Slope: Inter and Intra Observer Reliability

Rudan J, Campbell, A.  Double Blind, Randomized, Parallel Group, Multicenter Study of Durolane Compared to Methylprednisolone in Subjects with Osteoarthritis of the Knee


Research Grants and Funding:
2006 Queen’s Research Initiation Grant    $30 000.00

2009 PSI Grant  " A comparison of two techniques for anterior cruciate ligament          
reconstruction: transtibial versus antermedial portal femoral tunnel preparation.”
Co-applicant with Dr. Athviraham and Dr. Bardana    $8500.00


Other Scholarly Activities:
• 2008                    Instructor Smith-Nephew Resident Fracture Course Kingston Ontario
• 2006                    TIPS Course
• 2005                    Instructor Arthroscopy Association of North America Knee Course
• 2004                    Lab instructor Arthroscopy Association of North America Fall Course
• 2004 to present   Contributor Practical Arthroscopy Newsletter
• 2001 to 2003       Queen’s Representative Canadian Orthopedic Residents Association