The Aerospace Medicine and Rehabilitation Laboratory conducts research on lower limb joint structure, function and rehabilitation, working with a range of healthcare trusts and private healthcare companies in the United Kingdom.  This research has examined the role of ligaments, muscles and tendons to maintain stability of the knee joint, as well as the role of medical imaging to provide valid measures of knee instability.  The Laboratory has also looked at the role of joint replacement implants on joint and whole body function.  This work is now being continued with a growing relationship with the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre, the largest elective centre for orthopaedic secondary care in the UK.