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Course 608 Emerging Concepts in Patellofemoral Surgery: From Instability to Arthroplasty - Sept 8 to Sept 9 2017
- the OLC in Rosemont, Ill.
- CME hours:
Non-Member Orthopaedic Surgeon: $2,999
Residents/Fellows may be able to attend at a reduced rate if space is available. Please email Kassie at Kassie@aana.org for more information.
This hands-on patellofemoral surgery course is designed to emphasize current anatomic, diagnostic and technical pearls that will help optimize patient outcomes. Participants will discover how to do precision MPFL and MQTFL reconstruction and examine how to move tibial tubercle safely and appropriately.
New, proven, and safe approaches to patellofemoral surgery with hands on cadaver knees availability will be explored in depth.
At the completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- Differentiate proper patellofemoral treatments and comprehend logical approaches to treating patients with patellofemoral pain and instability joint prevision techniques
- Identify the newest concepts in patellofemoral joint preservation and replacement including how to optimize patellofemoral articular loading and balance by anteromedial tibial tubercle transfer when appropriate
- Review and enhance patellofemoral surgical anatomy skills and biomechanics by utilizing cadaver knees
Course App will be available for participants to download at least 1 month prior to the course start date. The app contains:
- handout materials
- lab assignments
- registration lists