AAOS/AOFAS Prevalent Procedures in Foot and Ankle Trauma and Reconstruction

Date: 04-May-17 to 06-May-17
Location: OLC Education & Conference Center / United States
Category: Science Conferences & Trade Fairs

Orthopaedic foot and ankle treatment is quickly evolving and the training you
received as little as five years ago is different from what is being taught today.
This exciting, hands-on surgical skills course led by the top surgeons in the field
will bring you up to speed on current best practices for the top 15-20 most
prevalently performed minimal incision, reconstructive, and trauma procedures
that improve patient results. Learn how treatment methods have evolved over
the past decade, gain hands-on experience with new equipment, and master
state-of-the-art techniques to position yourself as an expert in this field.

New this year!
– Lengthening procedures for calf tightness including gastrocnemius slide and Achilles lengthening
– Sinus tarsi approach to calcaneus fractures
– Subtle acute and chronic syndesmosis injuries
– New techniques for chronic ankle instability
– Bridge plating for Lisfranc’s injuries
• Reimbursement for treatment of ingrown toenails is very high. Potentially increase your office revenue with little need for equipment or personnel by performing this procedure. Learn it here!
• Point-counterpoint presentations and debates present nonbiased treatment perspectives and approaches

Exhibitors

Bryan D. Den Hartog, MD, J. Chris Coetzee, MD

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