Webcasts

Live Webcasts and Webinars on orthopaedic topics.

Please join our internationally-renowned panelists who together bring you this Web-based Science Forum on GRAFTJACKET® Regenerative Tissue Matrix and the science, mechanical testing, histology and clinical experience for rotator cuff tears in the shoulder. Broadcast LIVE to the Post Graduate Education Centre , City Hospital Campus, Nottingham University Hospitals, Nottingham, UK Friday, 8th of September at 4:00 pm UK Time (17:00 Central European Time)

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Spine: Over 700,000 vertebral compression fractures – broken spinal bones - occur annually in the United States. Many of these fractures result from untreated osteoporosis, and vertebral fractures can cause severe pain for nearly a third of people with the condition. On Wednesday, June 7, Marshfield Clinic physicians on staff at Saint Joseph's Hospital will discuss a leading surgical treatment for spinal compression fractures called percutaneous vertebroplasty. The program, featuring a pre-taped surgery of a vertebral compression fracture patient, will be webcast from 4 – 5 p.m. central standard time. (21:00 UTC) Expert commentary about the procedure will be provided by Fergus McKiernan, MD, metabolic bone disease specialist; Thomas Faciszewski, MD, orthopaedic surgeon; and Sanjay Rao, MD, neurological surgeon. View Webcast 

WAUKESHA, WI- ProHealth Care will broadcast a surgery live via the Internet during a webcast at 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 17. The surgery will be a total knee replacement procedure at Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital. This is ProHealth Care's first surgical webcast and it will kickoff a series of live surgeries ProHealth Care is planning throughout 2006. The knee is the largest, strongest and heaviest joint in the body and carries almost half of the body's weight. If arthritis, injury or wear-and-tear wears away the cartilage in the knee, total knee replacement often becomes necessary to relieve pain and resume regular activities Orthopedic surgeon, Timothy Schultz, MD, will perform the procedure while T. Scott Stanwyck, MD, orthopedic surgeon, serves as moderator to explain the procedure and answer questions that viewers e-mail. View Webcast

Orthopaedics: The Orthopaedic Specialty Center at Woodwinds Health Campus in Woodbury, Minnesota will host a demonstration of the most state-of-the-art approach to total knee replacement during a live surgery on the Internet. The web cast will be live from Woodwinds Health Campus, a member of the HealthEast Care System, on May 16, at 3:00 p.m. CDT, (20:00 UTC) During a total knee replacement, plastic and metal parts are used to replace injured or damaged parts of the knee. Until now, a doctor had to rely on his or her experience to remove bone, replace it with implanted material and align the plastic or metal material with the bone. Since each patient's knee is different, this can prove to be challenging. Computer-assisted knee replacements offer better outcomes for patients and more accuracy for doctors.

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Orthopaedics: Wright Medical Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: WMGI), a global orthopaedic medical device company, will sponsor two live webcasts detailing tendon and ligament applications of the Company's GRAFTJACKET® Regenerative Tissue Matrix in the foot and ankle. The live webcasts will take place Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time and again at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time. These events will also be archived on this site for twelve months. These webcasts are the second in a series designed to educate foot and ankle surgeons on the versatility and potential clinical benefits of this exciting technology.  

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Methodist Healthcare will host a live surgical Webcast at the Methodist North Hospital Total Joint Center on Thursday, April 27, 2006, 4 p.m., CST, showcasing a total knee replacement, with an incision measuring only 3 to 5 inches in length. The Webcast will feature Michael Lynch, M.D., performing the surgery, with Blake Ragsdale, M.D., narrating the surgery. Both orthopaedic surgeons are with Memphis Orthopaedic Group. In addition to watching Dr. Lynch perform the live knee replacement surgery, viewers will learn more about total knee replacement surgery and hear from a patient who has undergone total knee replacement surgery with Dr. Lynch as their surgeon. Viewers will also be able to email questions to the surgeon who is narrating the surgery.

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MIS Total Knee: Web Event Will Include Live Surgery, Technical Overview and Discussion of Wright's Minimal Incision Surgery (MIS) Featuring the ODYSSEY™ MIS Anterior Rough Cut Surgical Instrumentation for the ADVANCE® Knee Replacement System Wright Medical Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: WMGI), a global orthopaedic medical device company, is pleased to sponsor a live webcast covering minimal incision surgery (MIS) for total knee replacement. The live webcast will take place Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. Central Time. The event will also be archived on this site for twelve months.  

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BOSTON, MA - On Thursday, March 9, 2006 at 4:30 p.m., Brigham and Women's Hospital broadcasted a live arthroscopic rotator cuff repair - a procedure that preserves the deltoid attachment and results in improved patient outcomes and faster recovery time. Laurence D. Higgins, MD, Chief of Sports Medicine and Chief of the Shoulder Service within the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital, performed the procedure, while Brigham and Women's Hospital orthopedic surgeon Scott D. Martin, MD, narrated during the webcast.  

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Hip Surgery: Biomet Inc., and the Texas Center for Joint Replacement present the Microplasty® ASI (Anterior Supine Intermuscular) Hip Procedure from Presbyterian Hospital of Plano. Join Roger H. Emerson, Jr., MD, from The Texas Center for Joint Replacement for this live webcast at 4:00 pm CT (22:00 UTC) The anterior supine hip approach is truly minimally invasive since no muscles are cut during exposure of the hip joint. This will permit the most rapid return to activities possible after hip surgery and should minimize some of the muscle atrophy seen with the posterior approach, which necessitates splitting of the Gluteus Maximus and cutting some of the hip rotators. The risk of hip dislocation is minimized by the anterior approach since the posterior soft tissue sling that supports the hip is flexion is less disturbed. View Webcast 

Orthopaedics: Stryker Trauma presents a Gamma3™ Trochanteric nail procedure on a cadaver from the Meri facility in Memphis TN. The market leading the Gamma3 is the smallest implant of its type and has been successfully used in thousands of surgeries since its launch in late 2004.  The system is based on 15 years of Gamma Nail experience and is the third generation of intramedullary short and long Gamma fixation nails. See this live at 5:00 PM CST/ 6:00 PM EST (23:00 UTC) The system offers a truly M.I.S. approach for treating Hip Fractures where applicable which may reduce OR time through the used of newly designed instruments and new instrumentation.

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