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Professional Education Calendar 2018

Professional Education Calendar 2018

Ortho Recon

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Joint Reconstruction Events

Recon Fellows Course

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, current North American fellows will be able to better address primary and revision hips with an emphasis on enabling technologies.

Meeting date  

January 12-13   Memphis, TN


Enabling Technologies in Outpatient Joints

Course objectives: Participants will learn the basic concepts of completing outpatient total joints including pain management techniques, reimbursement strategies, robotic assisted surgery, patient matched cutting blocks and surgical approaches to the hip.

Meeting date  

February 1   Salt Lake City, UT

 

JOURNEY II XR Instructional Course

Course objectives: Surgeon participants will learn about the history and current design rationale of bi-cruciate retaining knees, including indications and surgical technique, through didactic presentations and hands on skills training in cadaveric labs. XR will be shown with standard instrumentation and with the enabling technologies NAVIO™ and VISIONAIRE™.

Meeting date

February 2 Salt Lake City, UT

April 21 Scottsdale, AZ

June 8 Memphis, TN

October 13 Miami, FL

 

South Regional Meeting

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to better address contemporary topics in hip and knee reconstruction including revision and enabling technologies.

Meeting date

March 23 Austin, TX

 

North American Hip and Knee Symposium

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, surgeons will have a better understanding of current topics and trends in orthopedics, including primary and revision hip and knee procedures and be able to implement various procedures into their practice due to attendance in optionalbreakout sessions and cadaver labs.

Meeting date

April 19-20 Scottsdale, AZ

NE Regional Meeting

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to better address contemporary topics in hip and knee reconstruction including revision and enabling technologies.

Meeting date

May 11 Annapolis, MD

 

Revision Hip and Knee Masters Course

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, surgeons will have more confidence around accurately addressing the perioperative needs of complex hip and knee revision arthroplasty.

Meeting date

September 7-8 Las Vegas, NV


MW Regional Meeting

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to better address contemporary topics in hip and knee reconstruction including revision and enabling technologies.

Meeting date

September 21 Cincinnati, OH


West Regional Meeting

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, attendees will be able to better address contemporary topics in hip and knee reconstruction including revision and enabling technologies.

Meeting date

September 28 San Francisco, CA

Modern Solutions in Joint Replacement

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, surgeons will have a better understanding of current topics and trends in orthopedics, including primary and revision hip and knee procedures and they will be able to implement various procedures into their practice due to attendance in optional breakout sessions and cadaver labs.

Meeting date

October 11-12 Miami, FL

Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine Events

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Vail Hip Symposium XII

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will develop clinical acumen to address the following types of pathology or treatment options: Femoral Acetabular Impingement, Acetabubolaplasty, Labral Refixation, Capsular Management / Instability, Labral Reconstruction, Labral Augmentation, and Capsular Reconstruction. Emphasis is on adult and pediatric patient populations for both primary and revision operations.

Meeting date

January 11-13 Vail, CO

 

Innovative Techniques In Shoulder

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will develop clinical acumen to address the following types of injuries: Bicep, Labral Instability, MDI, Subscapularis, Rotator Cuff, Rotator Cuff Arthropathy, and Anterior Glenoid Bone Loss. Emphasis is on both primary and revision operations.

Meeting date

February 2-3 Austin, TX

 

Advanced Techniques in Hip Labral Reconstruction

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will develop clinical acumen to address patients in need of labral reconstruction or labral augmentation within the hip joint. Emphasis is on adult populations for both primary and revision operations.

Meeting date

April 20-21 Denver, CO

 

Vail International Complex Knee Course

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will develop anatomic-based reconstructions on complex knee procedures. The following are addressed: Multi-Ligament reconstructions, complex meniscal issues and osteotomies, Posterolateral Knee injuries, Patellofemoral issues, and Revision ACL. This course includes didactic and cadaver labs as part of the learning.

Meeting date

June 14-16 Vail, CO

 

Fall Fellows Course

Course objectives: This event is designed for incoming sports medicine fellows to gain access to tips and pearls from a broad spectrum of experienced surgeons for knee, shoulder and hip procedures.

Meeting date 

August 19-21 Memphis, TN

 

New Orleans International Shoulder Course

Course objectives: At the conclusion of the course, attendees will develop clinical acumen to address the following types of injuries: Bicep, Labral Instability, MDI, Subscapularis, Rotator Cuff, Rotator Cuff Arthropathy, and Anterior Glenoid Bone Loss. Emphasis is on both primary and revision operations.

Meeting date

September 27-28 New Orleans, LA

Trauma and Extremities

2018 Trauma/Extremities Events

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Masters Fracture FORUM◊

Course objectives: At the end of this forum, surgeons should be able to:

 Understand indications and multiple treatment options for advanced polytrauma cases in the Level I setting;Take tips and pearls back to their practice for use in complicated polytrauma procedures; Map a plan for initial treatment and post-op plan for polytrauma cases.

*Invitation only*(Level I Traumatologists)

Meeting date 

April 26-28  Huntington Beach, CA

 

Surgical Approaches for Internal Fixation (SAIF)

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, surgeons should be able to: Demonstrate safe zones, anatomy, and approaches for the most common upper and lower extremity fractures; evaluate a pre and post-op plan and risk factors for complications. (PGY 4-5)

Meeting date 

February 23-24  Memphis, TN

May 18-19    Memphis, TN

August 24-25    Memphis, TN


Advanced Surgical Approaches for Internal Fixation (SAIF)

Course objectives: At the conclusion of this course, attendees should be able to: Evaluate indications and treatment options for IM Nails and Plating in the upper and lower extremity; put together a treatment plan incorporating a pre-op and post-op plan; identify risk factors for complications to structures and soft-tissue; and apply proper technique for reducing common fractures of the upper and lower extremities.  (PGY 5 scheduled for Trauma Fellowship or Trauma Fellows)

Meeting date   

November 16-17    Memphis, TN

 

Essentials of TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME

Course objectives: After attending this course the surgeon should be able to understand the principles of stable circular frames and how to apply them using the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME◊ External Fixator and www.spatialframe.com. The surgeon should have an understanding of indications where TSF is a beneficial treatment option for limb reconstruction; recognize complications and risks for soft-tissue and surrounding structures; and map out a pre and post-op plan for TSF cases.

Meeting date   

January 19-20    Tempe, AZ

November 2-3    Atlanta, GA

 

Advanced TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME

Course objectives: After attending this course, the TSF orthopaedic surgeon should be able to understand and apply deformity analysis, corticotomy considerations, and post-operative management in their daily practice whether it be Pediatric, Foot & Ankle or Trauma; recognize complications and risks for soft-tissue and surrounding structures; and map out a pre and post-op plan for more advanced TSF cases. Surgeons will be introduced to advanced techniques of external fixation application and indications where TSF can be used. Emphasis is on both primary and revision operations.

Meeting date   

June 22-23    Memphis, TN

 

TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME Forum

Course objectives: After attending this forum, the surgeons should be able to: Demonstrate additional knowledge and expertise gained from subject matter experts on Limb Reconstruction and Deformity Analysis. Be able to lecture and teach a lab station on assigned topic(s) at a TSF course.

Meeting date 

April 6  Dallas, TX

September 28  Dallas, TX

 

Comprehensive Trauma Solutions (CTS)

Course objectives: At the end of this symposium, surgeons should be able to: Understand indications and treatment options for trauma cases in the community setting; take tips and pearls back to their practice for use in community trauma procedures; and map a plan for initial treatment and postop plan for community trauma cases. (Level II, III, Community Surgeon taking trauma call – especially those who did not participate in Trauma Fellowship)

Meeting date 

September 21-22  Boston, MA

 


ILIZAROV* Thin Wire

Course objectives: This program is designed to provide an in-depth look at techniques in Limb Preservation and Reconstruction using the ILIZAROV static frame. Both didactic and hands on workshops will focus on topics like: Patient Selection and Pre-Op Planning, Frame Mechanics and Wire Positioning, Charcot Reconstruction, Arthrodesis Techniques, Soft-Tissue Management, and Complications and Trouble Shooting.

Meeting date 

April 12-13  Regional

June 7-8  Regional

October 4-5  Regional

 

Advances in Lesser Toe Surgery (ALTS)

Course objectives: At the end of the course, participants should be able to:- Identify and discuss Anatomy, Biomechanics and Indications for repairof the Lesser Toe- Define MTP Joint Instability and Repair Techniques- Evaluate Hammer Toe Challenges and Solutions- Utilize treatment options for Metatarsal Shortening and Fractures- Conduct treatment options in a cadaveric setting

Meeting date 

January 27  Memphis, TN

August 4  Memphis, TN

 

Foundations in Foot & Ankle Arthroscopy

Course objectives: At the end of the course, participants should be able to:- Identify proper pre-op setup and indications for foot and ankle arthroscopy- Evaluate proper decision-making in Synovectomy and OCD procedures- Utilize ankle fusion treatment options with Arthroscopy and Posterior Platingplus Syndesmosis Repair- Evaluate solutions for soft tissue repair of Achilles Tendon and Ankle Instability- Utilize treatment option in a cadaveric setting

Meeting date 

January 26  Memphis, TN

August 3  Memphis, TN