Bruyère Research Institute

T. Mark Campbell T. Mark Campbell




Associate Professor
University of Ottawa


Dr. Mark Campbell received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Toronto. He holds a Master’s of Science in Biochemistry from the University of Ottawa and has successfully completed the Royal College of Physicians of Canada (FRCPC) examinations in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In 2012, he completed a basic science & translational research fellowship at the University of Leeds in the UK. He is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Ottawa and a Clinician Investigator at The Ottawa Hospital, in addition to being an active medical staff member at The Ottawa Hospital and the stroke rehabilitation program at Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital.

He is presently investigating reducing post-operative knee flexion contracture recurrence by correcting leg length discrepancy in the non-surgical knee in patients undergoing total knee arthroplasty for primary osteoarthiritis.

Research Interests:

Osteoarthritis, cartilage regeneration, joint health, rehabilitation.

Select Publications:

Campbell TM, Laneuville O, Trudel G. (2023). People with knee OA and flexion contracture developed localized tibial articular cartilage loss: data from the osteoarthritis initiative. Journal of Rheumatology.

Fournier J, Trudel G, Feibel RJ, Uhthoff H, McGonagle D, Campbell TM. (2023). Asymmetric flexion contracture is associated with leg length inequality in patients with knee osteoarthritis: data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Campbell TM, Westby M, Ghogomu ET, Fournier J, Ghaedi BB, Welch V. (2023). Stretching, bracing, and devices for the treatment of osteoarthritis-associated joint contractures in non-operated joints: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Health.

Campbell TM, Reilly K, Laneuville O, Trudel G. (2022). Baseline knee extension may be associated with volumetric cartilage loss in the anterolateral tibia: Data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative. Rheumatology (Oxford).

Fournier J, Finestone H, Lauzon J, Campbell TM. (2021). Prevalence, Impact and Treatment of Co-occurring Osteoarthritis in Stroke Patients Undergoing Rehabilitation: A Review. Stroke.