Office
Suite 320 – David Strangway Building
Education
University of Melbourne, MD, PhD
Fellow Australian College of Sports Physicians, Diploma of Sport Medicine (CASM
Fellow American College of Sports Medicine
Co-author of best-selling textbook Clinical Sports Medicine (3/e) (McGraw-Hill)
Courses Taught
KIN 461 Sports injury prevention
KIN 471 Sports injury prevention

Specialization

Exercise Science – Physical activity for health with a particular focus on fall prevention in vulnerable seniors such as those with osteoporosis.

Research

Professor Karim Khan, MD, PhD, FASCM, is a Canadian sports physician and academic who is an advocate of physical activity for its public health benefit. His research focused on activity for bone health and falls prevention particularly in the aging demographic.

Professor Khan was also a major contributor to the paradigm shift that ‘tendinopathies’ are not inflammatory conditions and this led to physicians appreciating the need for active exercise as treatment – the concept of ‘mechanotherapy’.

He is a founding investigator in the $40 million research enterprise at the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Coastal Health called the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility. Here over 100 investigators collaborate to improve the health of Canadians across the lifespan by improving their mobility and promoting physical activity.

Karim is the editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine – a strong supporter of ACSM`s Exercise is Medicine initiative. He is also an author of Brukner & Khan’sClinical Sports Medicine (4th edition), a textbook that that helped many clinicians in their residencies and fellowships. He practices what he preaches and accumulates a total of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical daily.


Publications

P Brukner, K Miran-Khan, J Carlisle. Comparison of significant injuries in AFL players and umpires. The Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 23:21-23 (1991)

KM Khan PJ Fuller PD Brukner C Kearney HC Burry. Outcomes of conservative and surgical management of navicular stress fracture in athletes – 86 cases demonstrated with computerized tomogram (CT). The American Journal of Sports Medicine 20:657-666 (1992)

ZS Kiss K Khan P Fuller. Stress fracture of the tarsal navicular bone: CT findings in 55 cases. American Journal of Roentgenology 160:111-115 (1993)

KM Khan PD Brukner CJ Bradshaw. Stress fracture of the medial cuneiform in a runner – successful outcome of conservative treatment. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 3:262-4 (1993)

KM Khan P Harcourt P Blombery. Successful outcome of conservative management of axillary vein thrombosis in an international basketballer Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 4:192-197 (1994)

C Bradshaw K Khan P Brukner. Stress fracture of the body of the talus in athletes demonstrated with computer tomography. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 6:48-51 (1996)

P Brukner C Bradshaw K Khan S White. Stress fractures: A review of 180 cases. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 6:85-89(1996)

P Brukner K Khan. Stress fracture of the neck of the seventh and eighth ribs: a case report. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 6:204-206 (1996)

KM Khan SF Bonar P Desmond PJ Cook D Young P Visentini M Fehrmann ZS Kiss P O’Brien P Harcourt R Dowling R O’Sullivan K Crichton B Tress JD Wark for the Victorian Institute of Sport Tendon Study Group. Patellar tendinosis (jumper’s knee): findings at histopathologic examination US and MR imaging Radiology 200:821-827 (1996)

KM Khan R Green A Saul K Bennell K Crichton J Hopper JD Wark. Retired elite female ballet dancers have similar bone mineral density at weightbearing sites to nonathletic controls. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 11:1566-1574 (1996)

KL Bennell SA Malcolm KM Khan SA Thomas SJ Reid PD Brukner PR Ebeling JD Wark Bone mass and bone turnover in power athletes endurance athletes and controls: A 12-month longitudinal study. Bone 20:477-484 (1997)

K Khan P Roberts C Nattrass K Bennell S Mayes S Way J Brown J McMeeken J Wark. Hip and ankle range of motion in elite classical ballet dancers and controls. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 7:181-187 (1997)

K Khan J Cook ZS Kiss PJ Visentini M Fehrmann P Harcourt BW Tress JD Wark. Patellar tendon ultrasonography and jumper’s knee in female basketball players: A longitudinal study. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 7:208-216 (1997)

KM Khan N Gelber K Slater JD Wark. Dislocated tibialis posterior tendon in a classical ballet dancer: A case report. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 1:160-162 (1997)

KM Khan Sarah L Henzell Richard L Prince, Carolyn Broderick Andrew Saul Richard L Prince Julie Lomman John D Wark. Instrument performance in bone density testing at 5 Australian centres. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine; 27: 526-530 (1997)

JL Cook KM Khan PR Harcourt M Grant DA Young SF Bonar. A cross-sectional study of 100 athletes with jumper’s knee managed conservatively and surgically. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 31; 332-336, (1997)

ZS Kiss DP Kellaway J L Cook KM Khan. Postoperative patellar tendon healing – an ultrasound study. Australasian Radiology 42: 28-32 (1998)

PJ Visentini KM Khan JL Cook ZS Kiss PR Harcourt JD Wark. The Victorian Institute of Sport Assessment (VISA) score: an index of severity of symptoms in patients with jumper’s knee. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 1: 22-28, (1988)

Khan KM KL Bennell JL Hopper C Nowson AJ Sherwin L Flicker KJ Crichton P Harcourt JD Wark. Self-reported ballet classes undertaken at age 10-12 and hip bone mineral density. Osteoporosis International; 8, 165-173 (1998)

JL Cook KM Khan PR Harcourt ZS Kiss MW Fehrmann L Griffiths JD Wark. Patellar tendon ultrasonography in asymptomatic active sportspeople reveals hypoechoic regions: a study of 320 tendons. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 8: 73-77 (1998)

KM Khan PJ Visentini ZS Kiss PM Desmond BD Coleman JL Cook BM Tress JD Wark BB Forster. US and MR imaging correlation with clinical outcome after patellar tenotomy: prospective and retrospective studies. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 9:129-138 (1999)

K Bennell KM Khan B Matthews M De Gruyter E Cook K Holzer JD Wark. Hip and ankle range of motion and hip muscle strength in young novice female ballet dancers and controls. British Journal of Sports Medicine 33:340-346 (1999)

K Bennell C Page KM Khan S Warmington D Plant D Thomas J Palamara D Williams JD Wark. The effects of resistance training on bone parameters in young and mature rats. Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology 27: 88-94 (2000)

BD Coleman KM Khan ZS Kiss J Bartlett DA Young JD Wark. Open and arthroscopic patellar tenotomy for chronic patellar tendinopathy: a retrospective outcome study. American Journal of Sports Medicine 28:183-190 (2000)

HA McKay MA Petit KM Khan RW Schutz. A cross-sectional study of bone mineral and lifestyle determinants of prepubertal Asian- and Caucasian- Canadian children. Calcified Tissue International 66: 320-324 (2000)

JL Cook KM Khan ZS Kiss L Griffiths. Patellar tendinopathy in junior basketball players: a controlled clinical and ultrasonographic study of 268 patellar tendons in players aged 14-18 years Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 10:(4) 216-220 (2000)

HA McKay MA Petit RW Schutz JC Prior SI Barr KM Khan. Augmented trochanteric bone mineral after modified physical education classes: an 8-month, randomized, controlled, school-based intervention study in pre- and early-pubertal children Journal of Pediatrics 136:156-162 (2000)

HA McKay MA Petit DA Bailey WM Wallace KM Khan. Analysis of pediatric proximal femur DXA scans: Comparisons of different analysis methods for cross-sectional, 8-month, and 7-year longitudinal data. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 15:1181-1188 (2000)

KM Khan K Bennell S Ng B Matthews P Roberts C Nattrass S Way J Brown. Can 16-18 year-old elite ballet dancers improve their hip and ankle range of motion over a 12 month period? Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 10:98-103 (2000)

JL Cook KM Khan ZS Kiss et al. Prospective imaging study of asymptomatic patellar tendinopathy in elite junior basketball players. J Ultrasound Med19:473-479 (2000)

KJ MacKelvie JE Taunton HA McKay KM Khan. Bone mineral density and serum testosterone in chronically trained, high-mileage, 40-55 year-old male runners. British Journal of Sports Medicine 34:273-278 (2000)

K Bennell KM Khan B Matthews E Cook K Holzer HA McKay JD Wark. Activity-associated differences in bone mineral are evident before puberty: a cross-sectional study of 130 female novice dancers and controls. Pediatric Exercise Science 12:371-381 (2000)

BD Coleman KM Khan N Maffulli JL Cook JD Wark. Studies of surgical outcome after patellar tendinopathy: clinical significance of methodological deficiencies and guidelines for future studies. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 10:2-11 (2000)

JL Cook KM Khan ZS Kiss L Griffiths. Reproducibility and clinical utility of tendon palpation to detect patellar tendinopathy in young basketball players. British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:65-64 (2001)

K Bennell KM Khan B Matthews C Singleton. Changes in hip and ankle range of motion and hip muscle strength in young novice female ballet dancers and controls: A 12 month followup study British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:54-59 (2001)

LJ Cannell JE Taunton DB Clement C Smith KM Khan. A randomized clinical trial of the efficacy of drop squats or leg extension/leg curl exercises to treat clinically-diagnosed jumper’s knee in athletes. British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:60-64 (2001) (Abstracted in YEAR BOOK OF SPORTS MEDICINE, 2002, MOSBY YEAR-BOOK INC)

JL Cook BD Coleman KM Khan ZS Kiss L Griffiths. Asymptomatic hypoechoic regions on patellar tendon ultrasonography predict eventual symptoms of jumper’s knee in adult males: 4 year followup of 50 tendons. Scand Journal Med Sci Sports 11:321-327 (2001)

KM Khan KL Bennell S Way J Brown S Mayes L Cook JD Wark. Incidence of injury and determinants of injury rate at a classical ballet school: A two year prospective study (Manuscript in preparation for Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.

C Tallon BD Coleman KM Khan N Maffulli. Outcome of surgery for chronic Achilles tendinopathy. A critical review. American Journal of Sports Medicine 29:315-20 (2001)

A Heinonen H McKay K Whittall BB Forster KM Khan. Muscle cross-sectional area is associated with specific site of bone in prepubertal girls: a quantitative magnetic resonance imaging study. Bone 29:388 (2001)

K MacKelvie H McKay KM Khan P Crocker. Lifestyle risk factors for osteoporosis are present in Asian and Caucasian girls. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 33:1818-1824 (2001)

J Robinson J Cook C Purdam P Visentini J Ross N Maffulli J Taunton KM Khan. The VISA-A score: A reliable, valid measure of the severity of Achilles tendinopathy. British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:335-341 (2001)

ND Carter KM Khan MA Petit Ari Heinonen C Waterman M G Donaldson P A Janssen A Mallinson L Riddell K Kruse J C Prior L Flicker HA McKay. Results of a 10 week community-based strength and balance training program to reduce fall risk factors: A randomized controlled trial in 65-75 yr-old women with osteoporosis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:348-351(2001)

KJ MacKelvie HA McKay KM Khan PRE Crocker. A school-based exercise intervention augments bone mineral accrual in early pubertal girls. J Pediatrics 139(4):501-7 (2001)

MA Petit HA McKay KJ MacKelvie A Heinonen KM Khan TJ Beck. A randomized school-based jumping intervention confers site and maturity specific benefits on bone structural properties in girls: A Hip Structural Analysis (HSA) Study. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 17:363-72 (2002)

KJ MacKelvie HA McKay MA Petit O Moran KM Khan. Bone Mineral Response to a 7-Month Randomized Controlled, School-Based Jumping Intervention in 121 Prepubertal Boys: Associations With Ethnicity and Body Mass Index. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 17:834-844 (2002)

P Kannus S Niemi J Parkkari M Palvanen A Heinonen H Sievanen T Jarvinen K Khan M Jarvinen. Why is the Age-Standardized Incidence of Low-Trauma Fractures Rising in Many Elderly Populations? Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 17:1363-1367 (2002)

ND Carter KM Khan C Waterman A Mallinson P Janssen M Petit HA McKay. Knee extension strength is a significant determinant of static and dynamic balance as well as quality of life in 65-75-yr old women with osteoporosis. Gerontology 48(6) 360-68 (2002)

ND Carter KM Khan HA McKay C Waterman A Heinonen PA Janssen A Mallinson L Riddell MA Petit MG Donaldson K Kruse JC Prior L Flicker. Community-based exercise program reduces risk factors for falls in 65-75 yr-old women with osteoporosis: a randomized controlled trial. Canadian Medical Association Journal 167:997-1004 (2002)

T Liu-Ambrose JJ Eng KM Khan A Mallinson ND Carter HA McKay. The influence of back pain on balance and functional mobility in 65-75 yr old women with osteoporosis. Osteoporosis International 13:868-73 (2002)

K Bennell KM Khan S Warmington MR Forwood BD Coleman MB Bennett JD Wark. Age does not influence geometric and mechanical responses of bone to treadmill exercise in young and mature rats. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 34:1958-65 (2003)

BB Forster KM Khan. A practical approach to magnetic resonance imaging of normal and injured tendons: pictorial essay. Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal 54 (4) 211-220 (2003)

CR Purdam JL Cook DM Hopper KM Khan. VIS Tendon Study Group. Discriminative ability of functional loading tests for adolescent jumper’s knee. Physical Therapy in Sport 4:3-9 (2003)

KM Khan BB Forster JM Robinson Y Cheong L Louis L MacLean JE Taunton. Are ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging of value in assessment of Achilles tendon disorders? A 2-year prospective study. British Journal of Sports Medicine 37:149-153 (2003)

T Liu-Ambrose J Taunton D MacIntyre P McConkey KM Khan. The Effects of Proprioceptive or Strength Training in the ACL Reconstructed Knee: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Scandinavian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports 13:115-123 (2003)

MC Ashe GC Scroop PI Frisken CA Amery MA Wilkins KM Khan. Body Position Affects Performance in Untrained Cyclists. British Journal of Sports Medicine 37:441-444 (2003)

T Liu-Ambrose JJ Eng KM Khan ND Carter HA McKay. Older women with osteoporosis have increased postural sway and weaker quadriceps strength than counterparts with normal bone mass: overlooked determinants of fracture risk? The Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences 58:M862-866 (2003)

P Kannus J Parkkari KM Khan. Hip protectors need an evidence base. The Lancet 362:1168-1169 (2003)

M Ryan JE Taunton B Zumbo KM Khan R Lloyd-Smith. An analysis of running injuries at Vancouver Sun Run In Training clinics. BC Medical Association Journal 45 (9) 439-443 (2003)

KM Taunton JE Taunton KM Khan. Treatment of patellar tendinopathy with extracorporeal shock wave therapy. BC Medical Association Journal 45: (10) 500-507 (2003)

KJ MacKelvie KM Khan MA Petit PA Janssen HA McKay. A school-based exercise intervention elicits substantial bone health benefits: A 2-year randomized controlled trial in girls. Paediatrics:112 (6 Pt 1) e447 (2003)

MC Ashe T McCauley KM Khan. Tendinopathy in the Upper Extremity. Journal of Hand Therapy:17 (3) 329-334 (2004)

JL Cook JA Feller SF Bonar KM Khan. Abnormal tenocyte morphology is more prevalent than collagen disruption in asymptomatic athletes’ patellar tendons Journal of Orthopaedic Research 22: 334-338 (2004)

KJ MacKelvie MA Petit KM Khan TJ Beck HA MCKay. Bone mass and structure are enhanced following a 2-year randomized controlled trial of exercise in prepubertal boys. Bone 34: 755-764 (2004)

CR Purdam P Jonsson H Alfredson R Lorentzon JL Cook KM Khan. A pilot study of the eccentric decline squat in the management of painful chronic patellar tendinopathy. British Journal of Sports Medicine 38:395-397 (2004)

SG Burne KM Khan PB Boudville RJ Mallet PM Newman LJ Steinman E Thornton. Risk factors associated with exertional medial tibial pain: A 23 month prospective clinical study. British Journal of Sports Medicine 38:441-445 (2004)

MM Sran KM Khan Q Zhu HA McKay TR Oxland. Failure Characteristics of the Thoracic Spine with a Posteroanterior Load: Investigating the Safety of Spinal Mobilization. Spine (accepted Dec 2003)

T Liu-Ambrose KM Khan JJ Eng SR Lord, HA McKay. Both resistance training and agility training improve balance confidence but the change does not correlate with changes in fall risk and physical ability: A 12-week prospective study. Gerontology (accepted Jan 2004)

H Sievanen HA McKay MA Petit KJ MacKelvie KM Forkheim KP Whittall BB Forster KM Khan. Changes in bone mass and structure at the femoral neck in growing girls over 7 months: A prospective MRI, HSA and DXA study. Clinical Densitometry (in press 2004)

JL Cook ZS Kiss KM Khan K Webster. Anthropometry, physical performance and ultrasound patellar tendon abnormality in elite junior basketball players: A cross-sectional study. British Journal of Sports Medicine 38:206-209 (2004)

T Liu-Ambrose KM Khan JJ Eng P Janssen S Lord H McKay. Both Resistance and Agility Training Reduce Fall Risk in 75-85 Year Old Women with Low Bone Mass: A Six-Month Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 52(5) 657-65 (2004)

HA McKay G Tsang A Heinonen K MacKelvie DJ Sanderson KM Khan. Ground reaction forces associated with an effective school-based jumping intervention in pre and early pubertal girls and boys. British Journal of Sports Medicine (in press, accepted Jan 6, 2004)

M Ashe KM Khan K Kruse K Hughes P O’Brien P Janssen P Guy HM McKay. WristWatch: Distal Radial fracture as a Marker for Osteoporosis Investigation. Journal of Hand Therapy (accepted Jan 2004)

MM Sran KM Khan. Physiotherapy and Osteoporosis: Practice Behaviors and Clinicians’ Perceptions – a survey. Manual Therapy (accepted Feb 2004)

T Liu-Ambrose KM Khan JJ Eng P Janssen S Lord H McKay. Both Resistance and Agility Training Increase Cortical Bone Density in 75-85 Year-Old women With Low bone Mass: A six-Month Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Clinical Densitometry (accepted June 2004)

MM Sran KM Khan. Physiotherapy and Osteoporosis: Practice Behaviors and Clinicians Perceptions – A Survey. Manual Therapy (accepted June 2004)

Manuscripts submitted

MG Donaldson KM Khan JC Davis AE Salter M Bell J Buchanan D McKnight PA Janssen HA McKay. Emergency Department Fall-Related Presentations Do Not Trigger Fall Risk Assessment: A Gap in Care of High-risk Outpatient Fallers. Journal of General Internal Medicine (submitted June 2004)

MC Ashe KM Khan P Guy PA Janssen HA McKay. BC physicians report barriers to investigating osteoporosis after fragility fractures: Why does the gap in care persist? BC Medical Association Journal (in press 2004)

MM Sran KM Khan K Keiver J Chew HA McKay T Oxland. Accuracy of DXA scanning of the thoracic spine: Cadaveric studies comparing BMC, area BMD, and geometric estimates of volumetric BMD against ash weight and CT measures of bone volume. European Spine Journal (submitted Jan 2004)

MC Ashe KM Khan PA Janssen P Guy HA McKay SR Majumdar. WristWatch: Improving Osteoporosis Management in “At Risk” Fracture Clinic Patients. Osteoporosis International (submitted 2004)

Review Articles in Refereed Publications

P Brukner K Khan. The difficult ankle. Australian Family Physician 20:919 – 930 (1991)

KM Khan P Brukner C Kearney PJ Fuller CJ Bradshaw ZS Kiss. Tarsal navicular stress fracture in athletes. Sports Medicine 17:65-76 (1994)

K Khan J Brown S Way N Vass K Crichton R Alexander A Baxter M Butler J Wark. Overuse injuries in classical ballet. Sports Medicine. 19:341-357 (1995)

K Khan J Wark. Diagnosis and management of tarsal stress fractures. South African Journal of Sports Medicine 2: 5-14 (1996)

KM Khan, N Maffulli N, BD Coleman, JL Cook, JE Taunton. Patellar tendinopathy: some aspects of basic science and clinical management. British Journal of Sports Medicine 32 pp 346-355 (1998)

KM Khan HA McKay A Stiehl M Warren JD Wark. Bone mineral density in active and retired ballet dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 3:15-23 (1999)

KM Khan SF Bonar JL Cook PR Harcourt M Astrom. Histopathology of tendinopathies: Update and implications for clinical management. Sports Medicine 27:393-408 (1999) [Abstracted in Year Book of Sports Medicine 2000, Torg et al. Mosby-Year Book]

BD Coleman KM Khan N Maffulli JL Cook JD Wark. Studies of surgical outcome after patellar tendinopathy: clinical significance of methodological deficiencies and guidelines for future studies. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 10:2-11 (2000)

KM Khan JL Cook N Maffulli. Tendinopathy in the active person: Separating fact from fiction to improve clinical management. American Journal of Medicine & Sports 2(2): 89-99 (2000)

KM Khan JL Cook JE Taunton F Bonar. Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis: Part 1: A new paradigm for a difficult clinical problem. Physician and Sportsmedicine 28;(5):38-48 (2000)

JL Cook KM Khan N Maffulli C Purdam. Overuse tendinosis, not tendinitis: Part 2: Applying the New Approach to Patellar Tendinopathy. Physician and Sportsmedicine 28;(6):31-46 (2000)

KM Khan H A McKay H Haapasalo K L Bennell M R Forwood P Kannus J D Wark. Does childhood and adolescence provide a unique opportunity for exercise to strengthen the skeleton? Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 3:150-164 (2000)

KM Khan JL Cook. Overuse tendon injuries: where does the pain come from? Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review. 8;17-31 (2000)

JB King JL Cook KM Khan N Maffulli. Patellar tendinopathy. Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review. in press, 8;87-96 (2000)

JL Cook ZS Kiss BD Coleman BB Forster KM Khan. Imaging ‘jumper’s knee’: Take care before referring for surgery. Sports Imaging Supplement to Diagnostic Imaging, 24-28 (2000)

K Bennell KM Khan HA McKay. The role of physiotherapy in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Manual Therapy (2000)

ND Carter P Kannus KM Khan. Exercise and the prevention of falls in older people: A systematic literature review examining the rationale and the evidence. Sports Medicine 31:427-438 (2001)

J Cook KM Khan C Purdam. Patellar tendinopathy: Pathomechanics and a modern approach to treatment. International SportMed Journal (2001)

J Cook KM Khan C Purdam. Conservative treatment of patellar tendinopathy: Physical Therapy in Sport 2:54-65 (2001)

M Ashe KM Khan N Maffulli H Alfredson J Cook. Histopathology of Achilles tendinopathy International SportMed Journal (2001)

T Liu-Ambrose KM Khan HA McKay. The role of exercise in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. International SportMed Journal (2001)

KJ MacKelvie KM Khan HA McKay. Is there a critical period for bone response to weight-bearing exercise intervention in children and adolescents? A systematic review Br J Sports Med 36:250-7 (2002)

M Paavola Kannus P Jarvinen T K Khan Jozsa L Jarvinen M. Achilles tendinopathy. J Bone Joint Surg 84-A:2062-2076 (2002)

DA Bailey HA McKay KM Khan. Physical activity and bone mineral accrual: A lifespan perspective. American Journal of Medicine & Sports 5:23-28 (2003)

P Kannus J Parkkari KM Khan. Hip protectors need an evidence base. The Lancet 362:1168-1169 (2003)

MG Donaldson KM Khan. Fall prevention in geriatric patients with osteoporosis: Biomechanics Journal: 9 (8)67-76 (2002)

KM Khan. The painful, non-ruptured tendon, clinical aspects. Clinics in Sports Medicine 22:711-725 (2003)

MG Donaldson KM Khan SR Lord. Delivery of optimal falls prevention in community-dwelling older people. Geriatrics and Aging July/August; 6(7):26-30 (2003)

MC Ashe KM Khan. Exercise Prescription. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Jan-Feb; 12(1):21-7 (2004)

A Scott KM Khan JL Cook V Duronio. What do we mean by the term “Inflammation” – A contemporary basic science update for sports medicine. British Journal of Sports Medicine 38:372-380 (2004)

JC Davis MG Donaldson MC Ashe KM Khan. The Role of Balance and Agility Training in Fall Reduction: A comprehensive review. Europa Medicaphysica (submitted July 2004).

Books

P Brunker K Khan J Kron. The Encyclopedia of Exercise, Sport and Health. (501 pages) Allen & Unwin (Australia) February 2004, ISBN 1741140587http://www.allenunwin.com/shopping/product.asp?ISBN=1741140587&string%3Dencyclopedia+of+exercise+

P Brukner K Khan. Clinical Sports Medicine (700 pages 49 chapters $99) McGraw Hill (1993) ISBN 007452852 1. Dewey 617.1027. Reprinted 1993 (twice), 1994 (twice), 1995, 1997 twice, 1998, 1999, 2000. Translated to Korean. First edition sold 20,000 copies in Australia USA Canada UK South Africa NZ.

P Brukner K Khan. Clinical Sports Medicine 2nd edition (918 pages 56 chapters, $108) McGraw Hill (2001), ISBN 074706519 Over 10,000 copies sold, reprinted 2001, 2002; revised 2002

P Brukner K Khan. Clinical Sports Medicine revised 2nd edition (918 pages 56 chapters, $108) McGraw Hill (2001), ISBN 074711083. Over 5,000 copies sold, reprinted 2002; (www.clinicalsportsmedicine.com)

KM Khan HA McKay P Kannus DA Bailey JD Wark KL Bennell. Physical Activity & Bone Health. Human Kinetics. Champaign, Illinois, 275 pages, $94 (August 2001). ISBN 0880119683 www.bonebook.comwww.humankinetics.com/products/showproduct.cfm?isbn=0880119683

Book Chapters

P Brukner K Khan. Emergencies in Sports Medicine. Sports Physiotherapy: Applied Science and Practice. Zuluaga et al. Churchill Livingstone London (1995)

MA Petit HA McKay KM Khan. Physical activity in women and girls for the prevention of osteoporosis. The health benefits of physical activity for girls and women. W Frisby, H McKay, C Reid (eds) British Columbia Centres of Excellence in Women’s Health (1999)

HA McKay KM Khan. Bone mineral acquisition during childhood and adolescence: physical activity as a preventative measure. Primer on Osteoporosis. Cambridge Univ. Press, 170-185 (2000)

D Kerr KM Khan KL Bennell. Chapter 10. Bone, exercise, nutrition and menstrual disturbances. Clinical Sports Nutrition 2nd edition. L Burke & V Deakin (ed). McGraw-Hill (pages 241-272, 2000)

KM Khan JL Cook N Maffulli. Chapter 25. Patellar tendon rupture and patellar tendinopathy. Tendinopathy: Basic science and clinical management. N Maffulli, P Renstrom, W Leadbetter (eds). Springer (in press, 2002)

KM Khan JL Cook. Patellar tendinopathy: Where does the pain come from? In Anterior knee pain and patellofemoral instability in the active young (Spanish). V Sanchis-Alfonso (2002)

KM Khan JL Cook N Maffulli. Patellar tendinopathy: Basic Science and Treatment. In Anterior knee pain and patellofemoral instability in the active young (Spanish). V Sanchis-Alfonso (2002)

R Bahr KM Khan. Lower limb injuries. Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science: Volleyball. Blackwell Science, Oxford (2002 in press.

J L Cook KM Khan. Back injuries in basketball. Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science: Basketball. Blackwell Science, Oxford (2002 in press)

JL Cook KM Khan. What is the most appropriate treatment for patellar tendinopathy? BMJ Books (2002)

J L Cook KM Khan. Achilles tendinopathy. Manual Therapy Masterclasses – the peripheral joints Elsevier Science: pages 65-78 (2003)

J L Cook KM Khan. Patellar tendinopathy. Masterclasses, Oxford (2003 in press

KL Bennell KM Khan HA McKay. The role of physiotherapy in osteoporosis. Masterclasses, Oxford: pages 187-207 (2003)

KL Bennell KM Khan: Bone: application of research to physiotherapy practice. Refshauge (Ed). Physiotherapy in Practice (2003)

KM Khan JL Cook. The Painful, Non-Ruptured Tendon, Clinical Aspects. Clinics in Sports Medicine (2003). [Abstracted to AnalgesiaFile].

KL Bennell KM Khan. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy 2nd Edition. Refshauge (Ed) (2004)

Editorials for Refereed Journals

Khan KM BM Tress WSC Hare JD Wark. Treat the patient, not the X-ray: Advances is diagnostic imaging do not replace the need for clinical interpretation [Lead editorial]. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 8:1-4, (1998)

KM Khan N Maffulli. Tendinopathy: an Achilles’ heel for athletes and clinicians [Lead editorial]. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 8:151-154 (1998)

N Maffulli KM Khan G Puddu. Overuse tendon conditions. Time to change a confusing terminology. Arthroscopy 14:840-843 (1998)

KM Khan JL Cook N Maffulli P Kannus. Where is the pain coming from in tendinopathy? It may be biochemical, not only structural, in origin. British Journal of Sports Medicine 34:81-83 (2000)

KM Khan T Liu-Ambrose MG Donaldson HA McKay. Physical activity to prevent falls in older people: Time to intervene in high-risk groups using falls as an outcome. British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:144-145 (2001)

JL Cook KM Khan. What is the most appropriate treatment for patellar tendinopathy? British Journal of Sports Medicine 35:291-293 (2001)

P Kannus KM Khan. Prevention of falls and subsequent injuries in older people. A long way to go in both research and practice. Canadian Medical Association Journal 165:587-588 (2001)

KM Khan T Liu-Ambrose MG Donaldson MM Sran M Ashe. New criteria for female athlete triad syndrome? British Journal of Sports Medicine 36:10-13 (2002)

KM Khan JL Cook P Kannus N Maffulli F Bonar. Time to abandon the ‘tendinitis’ myth. British Medical Journal 324:626-7 (2002)

HA McKay H MacDonald K Reid KM Khan. Exercise interventions for health: time to focus on dimensions, delivery and dollars. British Journal of Sports Medicine 37:98-99 (2003)

A Scott KM Khan JL Cook V Duronio. What is ‘Inflammation’? Are we ready to move beyond Celsus? British Journal of Sports Medicine 38:248-249 (2004)

P Kannus TL Jarvinen TA Jarvinen M Jarvinen J Parkkari KM Khan. Painful Achilles tendon and its treatment. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 14:69-71 (2004)

T Villaneuva KM Khan. Exercise for good health. Student BMJ 12:266-267 (July 2004)

Letters to the Editor

KM Khan JL Cook SF Bonar PR Harcourt. Subcutaneous rupture of the Achilles tendon. British Journal of Sports Medicine 32:184-185, (1998)

MA Petit CL Hitchcock JC Prior SI Barr YM Vigna HA McKay KM Khan. Ovulation and spinal bone mineral density. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 83:3757-3758 (1998)

N Maffulli K Khan. Clinical nomenclature for tendon injuries. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 31:352-353 (1999)

JL Cook ZS Kiss KM Khan. Patellar tendinitis: The significance of magnetic resonance imaging findings. American Journal of Sports Medicine 27:831 (1999)

KM Khan P Kannus. Sonographic incidence of tendon microtears in athletes with chronic Achilles tendinosis. British Journal of Sports Medicine 34:73 (2000)

H Sievänen H McKay A Heinonen D Bailey K Khan. The Achilles heel of exercise. The Lancet 355:1909 (2000)

MG Donaldson KM Khan HA McKay JD Wark. Be careful with the term ‘bone loss’ (letter). Canadian Medical Association Journal 165:269-270 (2001)

M Sran KM Khan. Manipulation does not equal mobilisation (letter). Canadian Medical Association Journal 167:13-14 (2002)

JL Cook KM Khan. The treatment of resistant, painful tendinopathies results in frustration for athletes and health professionals alike. The American Journal of Sports Medicine 31 (2): 327 (2003)

KJ MacKelvie PA Janssen HA McKay KM Khan R McKay. Cluster Randomization. Pediatrics X:000-000 (in press)