Do you live in the Southern Hemisphere?
Are you performing TTA surgery for Cranial Cruciate Deficiency?
Are you interested in learning about the PAUL (Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy) for helping those tricky Elbow Dysplasia Patients?
If you answer yes to two out of three of the above questions then you will be interested in the following:
This is a full day of lectures on the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement technique for those who are currently performing the technique and for those interested in finding out more about TTA. The technique devised by Slobodan Tepic and Pierre Montavon has been used by us at Torrington Orthopaedics in over 900 patients and worldwide by thousands of surgeons. In my view TTA is unsurpassed in terms of ease of use, low complication rate and restoration of Stifle Mechanics post surgery. Slobodan Tepic will be attending and running the Masterclass, a unique opportunity to learn from the originator of the technique. I (Andy Torrington) will also be there, discussing some of the refinements in technique and planning derived from my clinical experience. If you can make this I would definitely recommend registering using the link above or clicking here: Register
ALPS (Advanced Locking Plate System) has significant advantages in terms of biology and biomechanics when it comes to fracture management. The key principles and hands on experience will be part of this day course. The other subject for this day class is the PAUL (Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy) which is a new method to use for our patients with Elbow Dysplasia, either in the early phase of the disease or to ameliorate the chronic consequences of the disease. This is accomplished by modifying the load profile across the elbow, reducing the medial compartment pressures that are now known to be a significant cause of pathology and pain. The technique devised by Ingo Pfeil (Germany) has been used by over 30 surgeons worldwide (myself included). This is your chance to understand the rationale behind the technique and become familiar with the application of the technique in your patients.
Don’t miss this opportunity. So far this course has been given in Europe and the USA only. This opens up the opportunity to use this technique to Orthopaedics Surgeons from the Southern Hemisphere without the “Long-Haul”.
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If you have any queries of course you are welcome to post them here, but why not have a look on the Kyon website first as this will most likely answer your queries.
I know there are a good number of iPhone App users in the Southern Hemisphere in general and in Australia in particular. It would be great to meet you on one or both of these courses.