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 course is designed to provide 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 are used, including case presentations as well as live demonstrations of physical examination, anatomy and arthroscopy.
This three-day course covers current and emerging spine topics driving national change in the quality and delivery of care. Participants from all training backgrounds will learn new skills to survive in the spine care environment of the near future. A unique split curriculum for both nonoperative and procedural specialists delivers Mayo-quality updates via didactics, case presentations, a hands-on examination skills lab, a US-guided injection skill lab and surgical skill labs.
Overall, the course provides a rewarding clinical experience for all spine care practitioners, including spine surgeons, medical specialists, primary care providers and family medicine providers, as well as physical therapists, clinical nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Shoulder Arthroscopy is an advanced course for orthopedic surgeons treating disorders of the shoulder. This course will include didactic sessions and laboratory experience using cadavor specimens. Live video demonstrations and panel discussion are an integeral part of the overall learning experience. This course will teach the principles and techniques for management of rotator cuff tears, SLAP lesions, instability and arthritis.
This brand new course focuses on an update in infectious diseases subspecialties. It provides a comprehensive review of infectious diseases that focuses on the clinical application of new developments. The course offers case-based presentations, in-depth discussions and interactive sessions, all geared to increase knowledge, performance and patient outcomes. Attendees will leave with up-to-date, practical information that can be applied immediately to their clinical practice.
During this course, experts in the field of pediatric orthopedics lead ongoing discussions of current approaches to some of the most challenging conditions seen in orthopedic practice. Participants gain a better understanding of new techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric orthopedic disorders. The course format includes lectures, case presentations and Q&A sessions.
This program is designed for surgeons as well as nonoperative clinicians with a special interest in the treatment of spinal disorders. The latest advances in the field will be presented through didactic lectures, panel discussions, debates and case presentations. A hands-on cadaver skills lab is offered. Question and Answer sessions and lively discussion will make the symposium interactive.
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.
A five day course to train physicians, fellows and residents in microvascular surgery techniques. If you are interested in this activity, contact Bill Anding, firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential dates.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations.
An advanced course for orthopedic surgeons treating disorders of the shoulder. This course includes didactic sessions and laboratory experience using cadaver specimens. Live video demonstrations and panel discussion are an integral part of the overall learning experience. This course teaches the principles and techniques for management of rotator cuff tears, SLAP lesions, instability and arthritis.
THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. This course is held in collaboration by the Mayo Clinic and the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM). The teaching format consists of lectures, live demonstrations and extensive hands-on experiences on live models and unembalmed cadavers. This course is appropriate for physiatrists, sports medicine physicians, radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologists, rheumatologists, sonographers and other clinicians who evaluate and treat patients with musculoskeletal and neurological diseases. The course format accommodates learners at the beginner and intermediate/advanced levels. Registration will be available online at www.aium.org. For questions, please visit their website or contact Danielle Delanko at email@example.com or call 800-638-5352 or 301-498-4100.