The 4th Biennial Disaster Complex Arthroplasty Conference

Target Audience for this meeting are orthopedic surgeons performing or interested in revision or oncology procedures; residents and fellows interested in this field; PAs and other staff involved in complex arthroplasty cases.

Sponsorships available for the first 10 Fellows pursuing a complex arthroplasty or tumor career path to register (contact us).

Attendees should, at the completion of this course, be able to:
  • Evaluate and weigh multiple surgical treatment options for complex reconstructions.
  • Develop a greater awareness of the latest technology available for difficult infection cases.
  • Cite the latest clinical findings on complex reconstruction outcomes.
  • Anticipate common complex reconstruction postoperative complications.
 
This 2.5 day conference will educate attendees on the treatment of the most challenging and difficult complex orthopedic cases. World-renowned experts on orthopedic revisions and musculoskeletal oncology will present on the latest technology and technique developments, allowing ample time for discussion and debate. The course is not designed to discuss only “good” results, but the worst, most difficult cases and problems we all face as complex arthroplasty surgeons. This is a forum to share our mistakes and experience so we can all learn from them.

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