This course is designed for high level arthroscopists and focuses on the current techniques for multi-ligament knee reconstruction. The latest in ACL, PCL, MCL/Posteromedical Corner and FCL/Posterolateral Corner surgical techniques are addressed. There will be two attendees with one faculty member per lab station, short didactic sessions followed by lab time with expert faculty all designed to maximize surgical experience.
This conference is designed to provide meaningful information that you can translate into your clinical practice and day-to-day life to better assist individuals living with the effects of acquired brain injury.
The prevalence and consequences of concussion at all levels of ice hockey are concerning. Reduction of concussion risk, as well as improved concussion diagnosis and management require a collaborative effort from medicine, psychology, sport science, coaching, engineering, officiating, manufacturing, and community partners.
This quality scientific program focuses on education and generates an evidence-based action plan designed to make a difference.
This course is designed to provide physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers and other sports medicine professionals with the latest diagnostic and treatment strategies for sports-related and musculoskeletal conditions. The program is multidisciplinary with expert lecturers representing various sports medicine fields. Multiple educational formats will be used, including case presentations, as well as live demonstrations of physical examination, anatomy, and arthroscopy.