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Hot Topics 

• OA from Scientific, Clinical & Economic Perspectives
• Sporting Activity in OA Subjects
• Current Application of MSC: Science vs Clinics
• Best Ways of OA Prevention
• Current MR Imaging of Early OA
• Blood, Urine and Synovia Diagnostics for OA Severity Determination
• Joint Distraction
• PRP, Cortison, HA et al. – What is best in early OA
• Current Physiotherapy Approach among Early OA Athletes
• Current Surgical Trends, Techniques & Outcome at the Hip, Knee and Ankle
• What is possible: Sport with OA
• What is possible: Sport with Arthroplasty


Highlights

Virginia Kraus from Duke University will give a highlight lecture on Osteoarthritis. Tim Spalding will report on when we can still approach from a biological standpoint and when it is too late to save the joint. Michael Leunig will report on current surgical trends at the hip joint. Fares Haddad will report on what you still can do with a total hip replacement. Elvire Servien will represent the well-known French patellofemoral group. Only to name a few of internationally well-known physicians that already agreed to contribute.

It will be a fully packed 2-day meeting covering all major topics when OA in the Athlete is regarded. We consider that the audience will be excited by the speaker line-up and topics. Furthermore, it is a good chance to enjoy Zurich during one of the best times of the year. The meeting will be held at the brand new auditorium of the Schulthess Klinik. So you will also have a chance to get insight of one of Europe’s leading musculoskeletal centers, which is performing over 10.000 operations per year.

Gian Salzmann, Orthopaedic Surgery, Schulthess Klinik, Zurich – Course Director


CME Credits by Swiss Orthopaedics

8 CME Credits


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