How to Perform a Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty

Partial knee replacements have proven to be an appropriate and beneficial treatment for certain individuals whose osteoarthritis is limited to only one

compartment of the knee. Although this procedure is now a well-established treatment option, there are continuous advancements in the technique and technology used to complete unicompartmental knee arthroplasties.

If you are an orthopaedic surgeon who treats the knee and you would like to learn about the latest recommended techniques for performing unicompartmental knee arthroplasty and many other orthopaedic surgical procedures, consider attending FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference held annually in Snowbird, Utah. Featuring a faculty of widely recognized surgeons, instructors and researchers, this event gives practitioners the opportunity to learn from orthopaedic professionals at the forefront of the latest advancements.

FORE’s Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference is an annual event that is fully rebuilt every year with new presenters and topics, ensuring that attendees receive the most relevant information available. For our upcoming Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference, specific topics of discussion will include the following procedures:

  • ACL repair
  • Proximal tibial osteotomy
  • Meniscal allograft
  • PCL reconstruction
  • Bony Bankart repair
  • Remplissage
  • Open Latarjet procedure
  • Distal tibia allograft
  • Subscapularis repair
  • Reverse shoulder arthroplasty

How to Register for this Event

The majority of attendees to our conferences find that it’s most convenient to complete the registration process online, through our website. You also have the option to register over the phone or send in your registration through the mail.

If you would like additional information about our Winter SKS: Shoulder, Knee & Sports conference – or any of the other CME events we currently have scheduled – please contact our team. We would be happy to provide any assistance you require.