KNEE ARTHROSCOPY Workshops
on Artificial Knee Model
SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPY Workshops
(in the lab)
KNEE ARTHROSCOPY Workshops
Phase 1: Basics, Meniscal Repair Techniques and ACL Reconstruction
Phase 2: PCL, PLC and MPFL reconstruction
It is with immense pleasure we thank you for the overwhelming response for our KNEE ARTHROSCOPY WORKSHOPS - BASICS AND ACL RECONSTRUCTION, followed by MENISCAL REPAIR TECHNIQUES. The positive feedback our team received from the delegates who participated in the event has driven us to announce the next workshop - KNEE ARTHROSCOPY - MENISCAL REPAIRS + ACL RECONSTRUCTION
The program will be purely hands-on, with emphasis on various techniques, instruments and implants. Different types of meniscal tears will be simulated and you will have the opportunity to do arthroscopic repair for each one as you would in a real case scenario. This will be followed by a hands – on session on ACL Reconstruction, using real instruments and implants!!!
So, what are you waiting for??
Hurry up and book your slots...
09:00 AM to 10:00 AM - Arthrobox
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM - Diagnostic Arthroscopy
11:00 AM to 01:30 PM - Meniscal Repair Techniques - Hands-On
01:30 PM to 02:30 PM - Lunch Break
02:30 PM to 05:00 PM - ACL Reconstruction - Hands-On
The ARTHROLEARN Program
Since founding ArthroLearn in 2020, our mission has been to discover the world’s most innovative way to teach Arthroscopic Surgery.
Arthroscopic surgery is a developing area of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. In recent years, arthroscopy techniques including newer concepts of ACL/PCL reconstruction, Meniscal repair, articular cartilage, Meniscal Replacement surgery, orthobiologics, stem cells are being defined. Shoulder and ankle arthroscopy surgery continues to advance in leaps and bounds.
We are advancing to a stage where even complex surgeries can be performed with least morbidity using an arthroscope and a dependable arthroscopy surgeon is essential in any Orthopaedic surgery team whether trauma or otherwise. To take attention of our colleagues to this future trend and close the exposure deficit, and to encourage surgeons to do arthroscopy through a new scientific platform, we aimed at starting an Arthroscopy Training Initiative – “ARTHROLEARN” using customised simulator models where surgeons can learn to do various techniques in scopy before actually performing on a patient.
Our vision is to become a reputable Arthroscopy centre of high quality and a Training Centre to boost the surgeon’s confidence. We would like to thank you in advance for your scientific contribution towards this upcoming programme and appreciate it if you could give the largest support by participating in our initiative.