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25th Annual David A. McQueen Memorial Perspectives in Total Joint Arthroplasty: The Hip & Knee
October 20 - October 21
The Annual Perspectives in Total Joint Arthroplasty was started in 1992 by David A. McQueen, MD, an orthopaedic surgeon with an adult reconstructive private practice. We are honored to continue Dr. McQueen’s legacy to promote the highest standards of orthopaedic practice by educating practitioners, supporting research, and encouraging communication between opinion leaders and community-based surgeons.
Focusing this year on the both the hip and knee, presentations are designed to provide new insights to more effective treatment of arthritis with total joint arthroplasty. Attendees will hear current views on arthroplasty from clinical and basic science perspectives.
This course features:
- An intimate setting that promotes open discussions between faculty and attendees
- Interactive case presentations covering challenging TKA surgeries
- Diagnosis, management, treatment, and prevention of infections
- Managing difficult primary and complex revision surgeries
A hallmark of this meeting is the informal Fireside Chats, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask our expert faculty any questions you have about total knee and total hip replacement and get answers that will help you in your practice. And because this has traditionally been a smaller meeting, the more intimate setting encourages frank exchanges and sharing of advanced knowledge and skills.
This course is designed to meet the needs of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Nurses, PA’s, MA’s and mid-level providers whose scope of practice includes hip and knee arthroplasty.
- Identify indications for primary and revision arthroplasty
- Recognize clinical results and general problems with arthroplasty techniques as well as those specific to implant materials and design
- Evaluate new treatment options for complete total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and methods for diagnosis and treatment
- Identify indications for primary and revision hip arthroplasty
- Recognize clinical results and general problems with hip arthroplasty techniques as well as those specific to implant materials and design
- Evaluate new treatment options for complete total hip arthroplasty (THA) and methods for diagnosis and treatment [/vc_column]
J. Christopher Banwart, MDOrthopaedic Specialists of the Four States, LLC Galena, KS
Kenneth A. Greene, MDCleveland Clinic, Medina Hospital Medina, OH
David W. Anderson, MDUniversity of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, KS
J. Christopher Banwart, MDOrthopaedic Specialists of the Four States, LLC Charlotte, NC
Tarun Bhargava, MDKansas Spine & Specialty Hospital Wichita, KS
Lester S. Borden, MDRetired – Emeritus Cleveland Clinic Sunset, SC
Thomas L. Bradbury, MDEmory University Orthopaedic and Spine Center Atlanta, GA
Robert P. Cusick, MDKansas Orthopedic Center Wichita, KS
Bradley R. Dart, MDUniversity of Kansas SOM-Wichita Wichita, KS
Shane T. Fejfar, MDCoffey County Health System Burlington, KS
Anthony K. Hedley, MD, FRCSHedley Orthopaedic Institute Phoenix, AZ
Kirby D. Hitt, MDBaylor Scott & White Healthcare Temple, TX
Viktor Krebs, MDCleveland Clinic Cleveland, OH
Ryan M. Nunley, MDWashington University Orthopedics St. Louis, MO
C. Douglas Pence, MDUniversity of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita, KS