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Events

June

Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA): Course 907: Hip: Arthroscopic/Open Arthroscopic Strategies in Hip Preservation

June 21, 2019 to June 23, 2019
The Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC) 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 100 Rosemont, IL 60018 UNITED STATES
AANA/ISHA thought leaders will host didactic and hands-on laboratory learning for expert arthroscopic surgeons working as part of a modern hip preservation team. Sunday didactic symposium with open hip prerervation leaders will cover innovative techniques in open hip preserving surgery along with essential billing and coding information from Karen Zupko and Associates.

Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

August

Lower Extremity Orthopedic and Sports Injuries in the Young Athlete - Miami, Florida, USA

August 17, 2019 to August 18, 2019
Baptist Hospital of Miami 8900 N Kendall Dr Miami, Florida, 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

September

The Knee Society 2019 Members Meeting

September 5, 2019 to September 7, 2019
Cliff House | Cape Neddick, ME
This is a closed meeting; only Members of The Knee Society, and their guests, may attend.

Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA): Course 910: Knee Cartilage and Patello Femoral

September 6, 2019 to September 8, 2019
The Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC) 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 100 Rosemont, IL 60018 UNITED STATES
This surgical skills course will encompass lectures, cadaver lab time, and panel discussions pertaining to knee cartilage and patellofemoral treatments. More information coming soon!

Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

Second International Hip Dysplasia Symposium: Solving a Worldwide Problem

September 12, 2019 to September 13, 2019
New York, New York 10016, United States
Hip dysplasia is the most prevalent anatomic anomaly found in human beings, despite years of research it continues to represent a huge burden on most healthcare systems. This two and a half day course will bring together world experts in all aspects of hip dysplasia with the goal of determining strategies to improve the outcome for patients affected by the condition. The design of this symposium is such that attendees can focus on improving outcomes through early detection, better understanding of the pathophysiology and treatment of hip dysplasia. With hands on opportunities to use point of care ultrasound in the office setting as well as understand the principles behind non-operative treatment. The faculty will engage physicians of all kinds, orthopedic surgeons will learn the reasoning behind world experts preferences in surgical treatment in an evidence based discussion. Simultaneously an engineering symposium focused on the use of cutting edge technology to improve all aspects of the understanding of hip dysplasia will take place during this meeting.
Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital 10th Annual Articular Cartilage Repair Course

September 21, 2019
NYU Langone Health Alumni Hall, 33 3rd Ave New York City, New York, United States of America
This program will address the biologic approach to the treatment of cartilage injuries, using marrow stimulation techniques, osteochondral grafting, and cell-based repair methods to fill symptomatic defects. The program will encompass physical exam, imaging, basic science, repair, surgical and non-surgical options, and rehabilitation. Through a case-based approach there will be discussion about new research and practices, including basic science clinical applications; diagnostic imaging modalities; decision-making for cartilage restoration; osteochondral autografting; cell-based cartilage therapy; osteotomies in cartilage repair; meniscal transplantation and meniscus repair techniques; and osteochondral allograft transplantation. In addition, patient safety topics will be brought up in regards to the decision making process on what is best suited for the patient. Risks and benefits will be discussed along with alternatives – operative and non-operative management, as well as specific improvements, expectations, and patient demographics. There will also be a live surgical demonstration that will put into practice the concepts that will be discussed.
Specialties covered
General
Hip and Knee
Sports Medicine

October

8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course

October 17, 2019 to October 19, 2019
Houston, TX
Please join us for the 8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course, October 17 - 19, 2019, in Houston, Texas, at the JW Marriott Houston.

The anterior approach for total hip replacement is an important surgical alternative to the traditional hip replacement protocol: The approach is tissue-sparing and results in less pain, faster patient recovery, and improved mobility related to the lesser trauma provided by the procedure. The 8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course will offer a thorough education on the surgical and patient processes associated with the anterior hip approach, from patient selection through patient recovery and follow-up.

This course is intended for surgeons already using this procedure and are interested in honing their skills. It will be taught by some of the most well-regarded orthopaedic surgeons practicing today. With didactic presentations, video vignettes, and case-based panel discussions, this exciting program will also feature live surgeries and 3+ hours of hands-on cadaver workshops to enhance the educational environment.
Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

November

Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA): Course 913: Advanced Knee Ligament

November 1, 2019 to November 3, 2019
The Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC) 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 100 Rosemont, IL 60018 UNITED STATES
This comprehensive surgical skills course will focus on knee ligament, meniscus and articular cartilage procedures, highlighting pearls to avoid complications and ensure clinical success. The all-star faculty will teach current clinical algorithms, backed by peer-reviewed publications, and demonstrate cutting-edge surgical techniques. Controversies of treatment will also be emphasized to help guide treatment decisions. This will be accomplished through lectures and surgical demonstrations by leading faculty, hands-on cadaveric surgical labs, and panel discussions with case presentations. Interactive case-based presentations will bring you thru current thought processes and decision-making from experienced faculty who you will find don’t always agree. This course is designed for the sports medicine knee surgeon who is at least proficient in arthroscopy but wishes to advance and broaden both their surgical skills as well as understanding of the current concepts in knee reconstruction and joint preservation. A pre-course questionnaire to best pair instructors to participants ensuring their goals of the course will be satisfied.
Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

2019 AAHKS Annual Meeting

November 7, 2019 to November 10, 2019
Hilton Anatole Dallas – 2201 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75207, USA
The Annual Meeting of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons addresses a broad array of scientific topics such as implant design, outcomes, surgical techniques and complications of primary and revision total joint arthroplasty (TJA) for hip and knee surgeons. The meeting addresses the latest socioeconomic issues in health care. Special courses are also offered for residents, non-physician team members and hospital administrators. Held in Dallas in November each year, the Annual Meeting attracts more than 2,000 attendees.
Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA): Course 914: Advanced Hip Arthroscopy - From Posterior Hip to Groin Disorders

November 8, 2019 to November 10, 2019
The Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC) 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 100 Rosemont, IL 60018 UNITED STATES
The AANA "Advanced Hip Arthroscopy - From Posterior Hip to Groin Disorders" is a 2 ½ day course focusing on the latest arthroscopic techniques in hip preservation. The evaluation and surgical management of ischiofemoral impingement, proximal hamstring and gluteus medius tears, groin injuries, FAI and labral reconstruction will be highlighted with the combination of lectures, interactive case-based presentations, live focus demonstrations and hands-on lab sessions. The dedicated one-to-one lab experience can improve your techniques and surgical skills in hip arthroscopy.
Specialties covered
Hip and Knee

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

December

Orthopedic Joint, Tendon, Bursa, Nerve and Muscle Injection Workshop

December 5, 2019 to December 6, 2019
Orlando World Center Marriott 8701 World Center Dr Orlando, Florida, United States Of America
The workshop teaches injection techniques and knowledge for orthopedic diseases. These include small, medium and large joints as well as bursa injections, nerve and muscle blocks. These procedures constitute a large portion of treatments primary care doctors can offer. Learners can practice injection techniques during the workshop. They can perform these injections and blocks without special equipment nor with excessive time in office. Indication, contraindications, complications, billing, coding and sample notes will be provided. What is learned is immediately applicable in practice.
Specialties covered
Foot and Ankle
General
Hip and Knee
Shoulder and Elbow
Sports Medicine