His primary areas of study are Physical therapy, Surgery, Tendinitis, Tendinopathy and Tendon. His research integrates issues of Bone mineral, Bone density, Osteoporosis and Physical medicine and rehabilitation in his study of Physical therapy. His work carried out in the field of Bone mineral brings together such families of science as Physical exercise and Jumping.
His Tendinitis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rotator cuff, Tendinosis and Knee pain. His Tendinopathy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Etiology and Achilles tendon. His Tendon research incorporates elements of Wound healing, Exercise prescription, Patella and Sports medicine.
Karim M. Khan focuses on Physical therapy, Osteoporosis, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Surgery and Gerontology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bone mineral, Randomized controlled trial and Alternative medicine. His work is connected to Bone density and Quantitative computed tomography, as a part of Osteoporosis.
His research on Physical medicine and rehabilitation often connects related topics like Rehabilitation. Karim M. Khan works in the field of Surgery, namely Tendon. His studies in Tendinitis and Tendinosis are all subfields of Tendon research.
Karim M. Khan mostly deals with Physical therapy, Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Graphene and Chemical engineering. Karim M. Khan incorporates Physical therapy and Falls in older adults in his research. His Characterization study in the realm of Nanotechnology interacts with subjects such as Group.
His studies deal with areas such as Laser and Fabrication as well as Optoelectronics. His Randomized controlled trial research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Hip fracture and Confidence interval. In general Doping study, his work on Dopant often relates to the realm of Transition metal, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Karim M. Khan mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Graphene, Engineering physics, Nanotechnology and Electrocatalyst. In his research, Karim M. Khan performs multidisciplinary study on Chemical engineering and Electride. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Graphene and Oxide.
His work on Characterization, Borophene and Chemical vapor deposition as part of general Nanotechnology research is frequently linked to Chemical sensor and Graphene foam, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Nanomaterials, Phosphorene and Electronics, which intersect with Characterization. His Limiting current research extends to Electrocatalyst, which is thematically connected.
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Brukner & Khan's Clinical Sports Medicine
Peter Brukner;Karim Khan.
Meta-analysis of the impact of 9 medication classes on falls in elderly persons.
John C. Woolcott;Kathryn J. Richardson;Matthew O. Wiens;Bhavini Patel.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2009)
Histopathology of common tendinopathies. Update and implications for clinical management.
Karim M. Khan;Jill L. Cook;Fiona Bonar;Peter Harcourt.
Sports Medicine (1999)
Clinical Sports Medicine
Peter Brukner;Karim Khan.
The VISA-A questionnaire: a valid and reliable index of the clinical severity of Achilles tendinopathy
J. Robinson;Jill Cook;Craig Purdam;P. Visentini.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2001)
Achilles tendon disorders: etiology and epidemiology.
Tero A.H. Järvinen;Tero A.H. Järvinen;Pekka Kannus;Nicola Maffulli;Karim M. Khan.
Foot and Ankle Clinics of North America (2005)
Time to abandon the “tendinitis” myth
K M Khan;J L Cook;P Kannus;N Maffulli.
2016 Consensus statement on return to sport from the First World Congress in Sports Physical Therapy, Bern
Clare L. Ardern;Philip Glasgow;Anthony Schneiders;Erik Witvrouw.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2016)
Shifting the focus in fracture prevention from osteoporosis to falls
Teppo L N Järvinen;Harri Sievänen;Karim M Khan;Ari Heinonen.
Patellar tendinosis (jumper's knee): findings at histopathologic examination, US, and MR imaging. Victorian Institute of Sport Tendon Study Group.
K. M. Khan;F. Bonar;P. M. Desmond;J. L. Cook.
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