Dr Thewlis is a Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics and early career researcher at the University of South Australia. He is also an Affiliate Lecturer at the University of Adelaide (Department of Orthopaedics and Trauma). He completed his PhD in Biomechanics and research fellowship at the University of Central Lancashire, UK (2009). He relocated to the University of South Australia (2009) and has an independent research laboratory and group. He is the current Secretary of the Australian & New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society (2012–2015). His research group uses biomechanical modelling methods to explore orthopaedic disorders and surgery.
Reducing Surgical Site Infections After Tibial Plateau Fractures: Benefits of an Angiosome-sparing Approach, A Comparison Case Series
Orthopeadic Research Society 2016 Annual Meeting (2016)
A method to investigate the effect of shoe-hole size on surface marker movement when describing in-shoe joint kinematics using a multi-segment foot model.