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|Jonathan Austin Herald|
Sydney, NSW, Australia14 November 1971
Jonathan Austin Herald (born 14 November 1971) is an Australian orthopedic and sports medicine surgeon. He has promoted patient-centric medicine where patients are more involved in their own clinical decision making process.
Medical career[edit | edit source]
He is the first surgeon in Australia to perform an experimental shoulder graft patch procedure for torn rotator cuffs, allowing the tendons to be securely sutured. He is also noted for his observations on the increase in technology-related symptoms in the neck, shoulder or upper limbs aggravated by texting and using technology.
Herald has served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Orthopaedic Case Reports.
References[edit | edit source]
- Australian Financial Review (21 February 2018). "Digital-savvy consumers driving change in treatment methods". Retrieved 18 September 2018.
- Koslay, Mariam (11 May 2018). "Revolutionary surgical patch gives farmer a second chance". The Land. North Richmond NSW.
- Ongaro, Daniela (26 February 2014). "Technology can be a pain in the neck". The Daily Telegraph. Surry Hills NSW.
- Journal of Orthopedic Case Reports. "Editorial Board of JOCR". Retrieved 18 September 2018.
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