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August

Trauma Basic Principles (Dallas, TX)

August 22, 2019 to August 25, 2019
Hilton Anatole 2201 Stemmons Freeway Dallas, Texas, USA
This Basic Principles of Fracture Management course is designed to provide the participant with a fundamental knowledge of the operative treatment of fractures according to the AO principles.

The four guiding AO principles of fracture fixation are:

1. Anatomic reduction of the fracture fragments, particularly in joint fractures;

2. Stable fixation to ensure proper healing of the fracture while allowing surrounding tissue to move and strengthen;

3. Atraumatic surgical techniques to preserve the blood supply to the bone fragments and soft tissue;

4. Early, pain-free mobilization returning the patient to function as quickly as possible.

This course will also cover the concepts of absolute and relative stability of soft tissue injury as applied, in context, for each limb segment’s major fracture types.

This course is the foundation for the AO North America curriculum, which teaches the surgeon how to manage trauma and trauma reconstruction. The goal of this course is not to advocate the treatment of all fractures by surgical fixation, but rather, to help ensure that when surgery is carried out, that it is done properly based upon principles, appropriate preoperative planning, and decision making.
Specialties covered
Trauma

September

Trauma Basic Principles (Glendale, AZ)

September 5, 2019 to September 8, 2019
Renaissance Glendale Hotel 9495 West Coyotes Blvd. Glendale, Arizona, USA
This Basic Principles of Fracture Management course is designed to provide the participant with a fundamental knowledge of the operative treatment of fractures according to the AO principles.

The four guiding AO principles of fracture fixation are:

1. Anatomic reduction of the fracture fragments, particularly in joint fractures;

2. Stable fixation to ensure proper healing of the fracture while allowing surrounding tissue to move and strengthen;

3. Atraumatic surgical techniques to preserve the blood supply to the bone fragments and soft tissue;

4. Early, pain-free mobilization returning the patient to function as quickly as possible.

This course will also cover the concepts of absolute and relative stability of soft tissue injury as applied, in context, for each limb segment’s major fracture types.

This course is the foundation for the AO North America curriculum, which teaches the surgeon how to manage trauma and trauma reconstruction. The goal of this course is not to advocate the treatment of all fractures by surgical fixation, but rather, to help ensure that when surgery is carried out, that it is done properly based upon principles, appropriate preoperative planning, and decision making.

Specialties covered
Trauma

Trauma Advanced Principles (Glendale, AZ)

September 5, 2019 to September 8, 2019
Renaissance Glendale Hotel 9495 West Coyotes Blvd. Glendale, Arizona, USA
Building on the knowledge and skills gained through the AO Basic Principles in Fracture Management course, this Advanced Principles of Fracture Management course explores the treatment of complex fractures and fracture complications.

Through didactic case-based presentations and faculty and participants’ group discussions, participants will gain expert insight into:

• Complex fractures of the upper and lower extremities
• Fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum
• Fracture complications and polytrauma management

This course also provides valuable, hands-on experiences through the opportunity to practice newly learned surgical techniques on artificial bones. Participants will use preoperative planning and the latest fixation techniques to address the treatment of malunions and nonunions.
Specialties covered
Trauma

Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA): 2019 Annual Meeting

September 25, 2019 to September 28, 2019
Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.
The 2019 OTA Annual Meeting will take place September 25-29, 2019 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.
Specialties covered
Trauma

October

Trauma Advanced Principles (Minneapolis, MN)

October 31, 2019 to November 3, 2019
The DoubleTree by Hilton Bloomington-Minneapolis South 7800 Normandale Blvd Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Building on the knowledge and skills gained through the AO Basic Principles in Fracture Management course, this Advanced Principles of Fracture Management course explores the treatment of complex fractures and fracture complications.

Through didactic case-based presentations and faculty and participants’ group discussions, participants will gain expert insight into:

• Complex fractures of the upper and lower extremities
• Fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum
• Fracture complications and polytrauma management

This course also provides valuable, hands-on experiences through the opportunity to practice newly learned surgical techniques on artificial bones. Participants will use preoperative planning and the latest fixation techniques to address the treatment of malunions and nonunions.
Specialties covered
Trauma

November

Lower Extremity Orthopedic and Sports Injuries in the Young Athlete - Freehold

November 16, 2019 to November 17, 2019
CentraState Medical Center Emergency Room 901 W Main St Freehold, New Jersey, United States of America
This hands-on, two-day advanced course will provide an in-depth analysis of lower extremity traumatic and overuse injuries affecting the youth athlete. This course will identify the latest evidence on tools to prevent, diagnose, and treat injuries unique to the youth athlete. Special emphasis will be spent on understanding the effects of maturational status on motor planning and injury risk. Each course attendee will leave with both didactic and hands-on assessment tools to make informed, evidence-based rehabilitation and return-to-activity decisions. Case studies will be utilized throughout the course to illustrate key concepts. This interactive course will allow course participants to enhance their diagnostic, examination and treatment skills of injured youth athletes. The overall course objective is to provide attendees with a thorough frame-work to make informed decisions that will enable the course attendee to become an asset in your community to youth athletes, parents, physicians, and coaches. A comprehensive course packet will include pictures, references and clinical pearls for quick reference in the clinic.
Specialties covered
Foot and Ankle
Hip and Knee
Sports Medicine
Trauma

Trauma Basic Principles (Kansas City, MO)

November 21, 2019 to November 24, 2019
The Westin Kansas City at Crown Center 1 E Pershing Road Kansas City, Missouri, USA
This Basic Principles of Fracture Management course is designed to provide the participant with a fundamental knowledge of the operative treatment of fractures according to the AO principles.

The four guiding AO principles of fracture fixation are:

1. Anatomic reduction of the fracture fragments, particularly in joint fractures;

2. Stable fixation to ensure proper healing of the fracture while allowing surrounding tissue to move and strengthen;

3. Atraumatic surgical techniques to preserve the blood supply to the bone fragments and soft tissue;

4. Early, pain-free mobilization returning the patient to function as quickly as possible.

This course will also cover the concepts of absolute and relative stability of soft tissue injury as applied, in context, for each limb segment’s major fracture types.

This course is the foundation for the AO North America curriculum, which teaches the surgeon how to manage trauma and trauma reconstruction. The goal of this course is not to advocate the treatment of all fractures by surgical fixation, but rather, to help ensure that when surgery is carried out, that it is done properly based upon principles, appropriate preoperative planning, and decision making.
Specialties covered
Trauma