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Dr David Dejour

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Dr David Dejour is highly respected for his contribution to the field of knee surgery and biomechanics, especially with respect to the patello-femoral joint. His primary interest is knee surgery, knee arthroscopy, and the knee in sports medicine. He currently provides care to several professional soccer teams, one professional snowboard team, and one professional basketball team. Dr. Dejour is on the Board of the French Society of Arthroscopy and the Board of the orthopaedic college of the SOFCOT (Société Française de Chirurgie Orthopédique et Traumatologique).

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