Dana Hunter

Dana Hunter

With a focus on patient-oriented research, my main thesis aims to examine facilitators and barriers to adhering to a bracing treatment for knee medial collateral ligament sprains. Other research areas include identifying optimal anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction techniques, assessing MCL bracing techniques based on patient-reported and clinical outcomes, examining the reliability of knee osteoarthritis grading scales for interpreting knee radiographs, and assessing new clinical diagnostic tools for hip femoral acetabular impingement

Supervisors: Amanda Black

Funding: Alberta Innovates SPOR Graduate Studentship, Sport Medicine Centre

Laboratory: Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre, Sport Medicine Centre, Clinical Intervention and Implementation (i3) lab

Contact: djhunter@ucalgary.ca