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|International Masters Anterior Course (IMACx) will take place September 28-30, 2023, at The Westin Houston Medical Center in Houston, Texas. |
This course is designed to provide an intensive 3-day education on surgical techniques, including modifications and extensions, for primary and revision anterior total hip arthroplasty. Through a combination of didactic presentations, interactive case-based panel discussions, and live surgical demonstrations, the internationally renowned faculty will share their expertise in the anterior approach as they address current trends in:
Management of surgical complications
Prevention of periprosthetic infections
Hip preservation with the anterior approach
Diagnosis and treatment of complex cases
Development of outpatient total joint programs
Enhanced recovery protocols
Advanced surgical technologies
Novel approaches to pain management
Attendees will hear from surgical masters from around the world who are utilizing alternative approaches to hip arthroplasty in a “fireside chat,” participate in “Stump the Faculty” case-based panel discussions, and view surgical broadcasts that will showcase the latest advancements in the direct anterior hip approach.
A 3-hour bioskills lab at the Houston Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education will feature faculty-led surgical technique demonstrations and hands-on instruction, providing an opportunity for attendees to practice the skills they’ve learned during the course.
|Prospectus for IMACx|
|This exciting new CME course will be held on October 27-28, 2023, at FIVE Labs Tampa in Tampa, Florida.|
The expert faculty will share their clinical insights on techniques for performing total ankle replacement, including soft tissue releases and deformity correction. Through didactic lectures, case-based presentations, and panel discussions, they will cover a variety of essential topics related to:
Primary total ankle replacement, including varus and valgus correction, minimal implant versus stemmed prosthesis, and pros and cons of PSI and AI software
Revision total ankle replacement, including evaluating the painful total ankle replacement, early versus late complications, and postoperative infection management
Two bioskills labs will combine surgical demonstrations and hands-on training in primary and revision total ankle replacement.
In addition, ample time has been allotted during each session to provide attendees an opportunity to ask the faculty questions. So, be sure to come to the meeting with the questions you need answered to help enhance your practice!
Please note that this course is open only to physicians with an MD or DO degree.
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|This course is designed to provide an intensive update on shoulder and elbow topics across the spectrum of sports medicine, trauma, and arthroplasty through a combination of didactic presentations, interactive case-based panel discussions, and lively debates. |
The expert faculty will share their insights and experiences on such issues as:
Repair techniques and salvage procedures for rotator cuff tears
Anatomic and reverse shoulder arthroplasty
Management of complex elbow trauma
Treatment options for proximal humerus fractures
New for 2023: We've added a 4.5-hour bioksills lab, where you'll receive hands-on training in 3 procedures: open Latarjet, shoulder arthroplasty, and reverse for fracture. And it's included in your registration fee!
|Critical Concepts Prospectus|
|The 9th Annual Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery takes place November 10-11, 2023, at FIVE Labs in Tampa, Florida.|
Through didactic lectures, case-based presentations, and panel discussions, the expert faculty will cover a variety of essential topics, such as:
Surgical treatment and rehabilitation of traumatic wrist injuries, including distal radius and ulna fractures, scaphoid non-union, and perilunate injuries
Technical tips for procedures to repair nerve injuries, including nerve transfers
Joint reconstruction for arthritis of the wrist, distal radial ulnar joint, and elbow
Ample time has been allotted during each session to give you opportunities to ask the faculty questions.
In addition, a hands-on bioskills lab will allow you to practice what you've learned throughout the course.
|Make plans to join us for the 8th Annual Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts, taking place November 16-17, 2023, at the headquarters of The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball in New York City. |
Through a mix of didactic presentations, video and technique spotlights, and case-based discussions, the course’s expert faculty will help attendees navigate key issues in the management of injuries in baseball athletes at all levels of play. They have experience in diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating pitchers and position players, and they will share practical, evidence-based solutions for managing:
Shoulder injuries, such as rotator cuff tears, latissimus injuries, and SLAP tears
Elbow injuries, such as UCL injury, olecranon stress fractures, and valgus extension overload
They’ll also share their rehabilitation protocols, including soft tissue modalities, functional assessment criteria for initiation of throwing, and neurocognitive training.
Ample time has been allotted during each session to give you the opportunity to ask the faculty questions. So, be sure to come to the meeting with the questions you need answered to help enhance your practice!
Please note: Your registration fee includes a copy of Baseball Sports Medicine, the companion book authored by Course Chairs Christopher S. Ahmad, MD, and Anthony A. Romeo, MD, plus course faculty, and published by Wolters Kluwer.