AAOS/ASES Anatomic and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
Look forward to session topics including:
- Modern Indications for Anatomic and Reverse Arthroplasty
- 10 Steps to Successful Arthroplasty Exposure
- Perioperative Management: Anesthetic Options, Pain Management, Bleeding, and more
- Preoperative Planning
- Managing Infection and Complications
- Irreparable Rotator Cuff
- Managing the Glenoid A-E: What Are My Options – Ream and Run, Augments, Bone Grafts, RSA
- Reverse TSA Biomechanics
- Center of Rotation Offset
- Postoperative Rehabilitation and Activity after Anatomic TSA and Reverse TSA
- Outpatient Shoulder Arthroplasty
Who Should Attend?
General orthopaedic surgeons with an interest in performing TSA, in addition to shoulder, sports medicine and hand specialists interested in expanding their practice.
Bring your PA for a unique opportunity to work together and strengthen your performance as a team! PAs can attend lectures, view surgical demonstrations, and observe 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.