How to Perform a Remplissage Procedure
Given the high rate at which Hill-Sachs lesions contribute to shoulder instability, many surgeons are addressing these injuries through the use of the Remplissage procedure. This procedure has increased in popularity over the years due to its demonstrated positive outcomes in regard to motion preservation, as well as low recurrence rates and complication rates. However, Remplissage can be challenging for surgeons to perform when they have limited experience with the procedure.
For any surgeons who want to learn more about Remplissage – and many other advanced surgical procedures for treating the shoulder – FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference can provide a valuable educational opportunity. At this four-day event held in Snowbird, Utah, a distinguished faculty of surgeons, instructors and researchers will provide a broad update on the latest treatment recommendations for many orthopaedic procedures. In addition to discussing the Remplissage procedure, attendees will explore topics such as bony Bankart repair, subscapularis repair and the Latarjet procedure, as well as many techniques for addressing common disorders in the hip and knee.
What You Can Expect When Attending FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports Conference
This ISAKOS-approved course consists of a series of presentations grouped together in modules focused on treatments for shoulder instability, rotator cuff tears, ACL tears and other common conditions. Attendees will learn about these topics from true thought leaders within their respective fields, ensuring that they receive the most relevant information available. Furthermore, as is the case at most of our events, we dedicate ample time for group discussions so that participants can engage fully with the subject matter and benefit from the collective experience of those in attendance. In fact, our heavy emphasis on interaction is a major reason why many practitioners have continued to seek out our conferences ever since we first began offering CME conferences in 2006.
If you would like to register for our Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference, you can do so online, over the phone or by mail. You can also click here to learn about the other CME conferences we currently have scheduled.