April Featured Author


Dr. Beaule

Paul E. Beaulé, M.D., FRCSC

Professor of Surgery
University of Ottawa
Head, Adult Reconstruction
The Ottawa Hospital
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

From the April issue: Incidence of Hip Pain in a Prospective Cohort of Asymptomatic Volunteers: Is the Cam Deformity a Risk Factor for Hip Pain?

Podcast: Listen to Dr. Beaulé discuss his article in the April issue.


Dr. Paul E. Beaulé is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in joint preserving and minimally invasive hip surgery. After completing medical doctorate and residency training at University of Ottawa, he pursued his fellowship training at University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California. Currently, he is a Professor of Surgery and head of adult reconstruction unit at the University of Ottawa and the Ottawa Hospital. He is an active member of multiple organizations dedicated to basic and clinical research of the hips, including the Hip Society, the International Hip Society, and the Academic Network for Conservative Hip Outcome Research (ANCHOR). He is a recipient of several prestigious awards, including the William H. Harris Award, and the Hip Society Aufranc and Charnley Award. Dr Beaulé has published over 140 refereed papers, 200 abstracts and has given more than 120 lectures and workshops in several areas in orthopaedic research, including research program on the young adult with pre-arthritic hip pain, kinematics and kinetics motion analysis of patients suffering from hip arthritis, and non-invasive cartilage imaging of the hip joint.

Selected Other Published Works in AJSM

Descriptive Epidemiology of Femoroacetabular ImpingementA North American Cohort of Patients Undergoing Surgery Am J Sports Med June 2013 41 13481356published online before print May 13, 2013doi:10.1177/0363546513488861



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