Learn like you were there!
Take a front-row virtual seat at this Academy skills course recorded October 2022 at the OLC Education & Conference Center: AAOS Advanced Techniques in Knee: Cartilage, Ligaments, Osteotomy, Meniscus and More
Course Directors: Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH, FAAOS and Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD, FAAOS
This OnDemand video program brings the finished event to you as faculty present cutting-edge approaches in repair, replacement, and restoration techniques for the knee. Listen to the lecturers while watching their presentation slides, including patient cases and related surgical video demonstrations.
Content is segmented by topic, so you can pick up where you left off or select lectures you prefer to watch - across your devices.
This Courses OnDemand program features 51 sessions from distinguished faculty covering:
- Cutting-edge meniscus repair techniques
- Novel approaches to getting ACL Reconstruction right the first time
- Innovative techniques pearls to optimizing osteotomies around the knee
- New frontiers in the approach to patellar instability and MPFL reconstruction
- The latest strategies for cartilage biorestoration from practical to advanced
- The next generation in improving your outcomes in ligament revision and multiligament injuries of the knee
This convenient, self-directed course gives you the flexibility to engage with trusted AAOS course content, online at your convenience.
Attended the live course? Enjoy special discounted pricing and supplement your notes, review lectures for improved retention and recall, and earn CME – again! Call AAOS Customer Service at 800.626.6726 to claim your discounted attendee rate! Outside U.S. dial 1.847.823.7186.
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
- Comprehend current controversies in primary and revision intra- and extra-articular ligament reconstruction including the variation of contemporary technique options available today.
- Understand current meniscus and joint preservation strategies and techniques including controversial decision-making surrounding in-season athletes thru root tears in older patients.
- Formulate appropriate treatment algorithms in the management of articular cartilage defects and pathology as well as to learn the latest surgical technique options available to address these problems.
AAOS designates this activity for 12 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™.
All course content will be available through December 14, 2024.