2012 ICJR 13th Annual Insall Scott Kelly Institute Sports Medicine, Total Knee and Hip Course
Venue: Sheraton NY Hotel & Towers
|Event Date/Time: Oct 19, 2012||End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2012|
|Registration Date: Oct 19, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 19, 2012|
ISK has excelled in developing optimal surgical procedures tailored to the individual patient. The ISK Course covers cutting edge methods of diagnosis and repair of tears to the meniscus of the knee, the anterior, posterior, medial, and lateral ligaments, the patella, and damage to cartilage. The latest methods and technological advances involved in total knee and hip replacement are standard elements of the program, as well as problematic hips and knees encountered frequently in athletic or overuse patients. The ISK program offers great depth into diagnosis and treatment protocols for younger athletic patients in terms of surgical techniques, implant choices, arthroscopic options, and dealing with complications and bone loss. The role ISK plays in establishing perioperative protocols for blood management, infection, wound closure, and pain management is pivotal in modern orthopaedic surgery, and is supportive of governmental and healthcare system efforts to provide optimal patient care while reducing overall cost.
Clinical studies, surgeon feedback, retrospective analysis, and surgeon-to-surgeon interaction are all part of a very active, fast moving assessment of the best implant possibilities and surgical options at any given moment. The ISK Course represents an opportunity to effectively access the state of the art for implant use and related surgical procedures, especially as they relate to the athlete and the active older patient.
For more information and to register visit icjr.net/2012newyork or contact Sylke Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 760-942-7859.