How to Perform a Superior Capsular Reconstruction
In many cases where large rotator cuff tears are deemed unrepairable, superior capsular reconstruction has proven capable of reducing pain, restoring
shoulder function and delaying the development of advanced rotator cuff tear arthropathy. This innovative procedure, which aims to stabilize the injured shoulder, has grown significantly in popularity over the years.
For orthopaedic surgeons looking to improve their surgical precision with regard to superior capsular reconstruction, FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the current recommendations for performing this procedure. The four-day event, held every year in Snowbird, Utah, will cover a wide range of shoulder procedures, including the Remplissage procedure, Latarjet procedure, bony Bankart repair and subscapularis repair. The course also includes extensive modules on the knee and hip, covering topics such as new techniques for acetabular rim trimming and ACL reconstruction, providing attendees with an exceptionally well-rounded educational experience on the latest advancements in orthopaedic medicine.
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE)
Compared to many other continuing medical education providers, FORE is unique because we focus exclusively on organizing orthopaedic-related events. We hold conferences in top destinations across the United States, including multiple events in Utah during the winter. At our conferences, you can expect a distinguished faculty, high-quality content and heavy emphasis on participant engagement. It’s these qualities that have made FORE the preferred CME provider for many orthopaedic professionals since we first began organizing conferences in 2006.
Contact FORE today to learn more about our Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference or any other conferences listed in our schedule of events.