AAOS Advanced Techniques in Knee: Cartilage, Ligaments, Osteotomy, Meniscus and More
“Excellent faculty. They could not have been nicer or more approachable or more helpful. My only regret is not being able to go to this course every year.” - Course Attendee
Hear from Course Faculty!
"I always leave more educated than when I arrive. To be surrounded by top notch knee surgeons for three days is an unforgettable experience."
- Paul E. Caldwell, III MD, FAAOS
"There is nothing quite like experiencing a course like this with your peers. Invaluable opportunity to share ideas, pitfalls, and techniques in a collegial setting."
- Andrew Goodwillie, MD, FAAOS
"Top of the line course - comprehensive and outstanding faculty. A chance to teach on a topic I love and learn at same time"
- Sean McMillan, DO, FAAOS
"I enjoy the collegial environment and cadeveric work on what the participant wants to work on"
- Mark Heard, MD, FRCSC
"I am excited to teach at this course because of all the new advances in cartilage technology."
- Mark J. Lemos, MD, FAAOS
"I've always enjoyed OLC courses, and found them to be an amazing educational experience which combines academic and practical applications. I believe these settings are ideal for complex, controversial, and developing technologies and joint preservation technologies can certainly be included in that list. The conversational and debate formats mixed with lab exposure with some of the most gifted and well-read surgeons in the specialty provide unparalleled education not just for attendees, but for instructors."
- Michael A. Zacchilli, MD, FAAOS
Who Should Attend?
Orthopaedic surgeons with a practice focus in sports medicine interested in learning simple and advanced procedures for cartilage restoration. Orthopaedic surgeons who treat patients with early stage osteoarthritis will find this course an exceptional learning experience for skills development.
Bring your PAs and NPs for a unique opportunity to work together and strengthen your performance as a team! PAs and NPs can attend lectures, view surgical demonstrations, and shadow in the lab.
AAOS will consider the requests of persons with disabilities for reasonable modifications of policies, practices, and procedures or for auxiliary aids and services where necessary to provide them access to AAOS facilities, services and products. AAOS encourages that such requests be made as soon as possible to enhance AAOS’ ability to accommodate the requests. All such requests should be submitted to the AAOS Office of General Counsel at (847) 384-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Surgical participants in Academy surgical skills programs must have completed or be currently enrolled in a residency program accredited by either the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Surgeons from outside of the United States are required to have similar residency program credentials.
PAs can attend lectures, view surgical demonstrations, and observe in the lab accompanied by an orthopaedic surgeon.
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Select the "Course Plus OnDemand Access" option during registration. Product will be available 4 - 6 weeks following the course.