Dr Joseph Lynch

BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD
Clinical Assistant

Research interests

Examining the effect of anatomical variation on clinical outcomes and joint function

Understanding factors which influence patient reported and biomechanical outcomes following surgery

Lynch, JT., Perriman, DM., Scarvell, JM., Pickering, MR., Galvin CR, Neeman, T., Smith, PN. The influence of total knee replacement design on kneeling kinematics: A prospective randomised control trial. Bone and Joint Journal (Accepted)


Lynch JT, Scarvell JM, Galvin CR, Smith PN, Perriman DM. Influence of total knee replacement design on in-vivo tibiofemoral contact patterns during kneeling: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 2020. [published online ahead of print, 2020 Apr 3]


Lynch JT, Schneider MTY, Perriman DM, Scarvell JM, Pickering MR, Asikuzzaman M, Galvin CR, Besier TF, Smith PN. Statistical shape modelling reveals large and distinct subchondral bony differences in osteoarthritic knees. J Biomech. 2019. 93 (27). 177-184


Lynch JT, Perriman DM, Scarvell JM, et al. Shape is only a weak predictor of deep knee flexion kinematics in healthy and osteoarthritic knees. J Orthop Res. 2020. [published online ahead of print, 2020 Feb 4]


Galvin CR, Perriman DM, Lynch JT, Pickering MR, Newman P, Smith PN, Scarvell JM. Age has a minimal effect on knee kinematics: A cross-sectional 3D/2D image-registration study of kneeling. Knee. 2019 Oct;26(5):988-1002.


Scarvell JM, Hribar N, Galvin CR, Pickering MR, Perriman DM, Lynch JT, Smith PN. (2019). Analysis of Kneeling by Medical Imaging Shows the Femur Moves Back to the Posterior Rim of the Tibial Plateau, Prompting Review of the Concave-Convex Rule. Phys Ther. Mar 1;99(3):311-318.


SH Ellis, DM Perriman, AWR Burns, TM Neeman, JT Lynch, PN Smith. (2019). Total volume of cam deformity alone predicts outcome in arthroscopy for femoroacetabular impingement. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 1-7


Scarvell JM, Galvin CR, Perriman DM, Lynch JT, van Deursen RWM. (2018). Kinematics of knees with osteoarthritis show reduced lateral femoral roll-back and maintain an adducted position. A systematic review of research using medical imaging. J Biomech. Jun 25;75: 108-122


Galvin CR, Perriman DM, Newman PM, Lynch JT, Smith PN, Scarvell JM. (2018) Squatting, lunging and kneeling provided similar kinematic profiles in healthy knees-A systematic review and meta-analysis of the literature on deep knee flexion kinematics. Knee. May 22. Review.


Scholes, C. J., Lynch, J. T., Ebrahimi, M., Fritsch, B. A., & Parker, D. A. (2016). Gait adaptations following multiple-ligament knee reconstruction occur with altered knee kinematics during level walking. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, 1-11.