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Industry Symposia

 

Discover new products and techniques in virtual industry-led workshops. No CME awarded.

 


Friday, September 11
4:00 – 5:30 pm Central Time


Friday, September 11
8:10 – 9:40 pm Central Time


Saturday, September 12
8:00 – 9:30 am Central Time

 



Thursday, September 10
8:00 – 9:30 pm Central Time


Bioventus LLC

Difficult Cases: The Role of Bone Stimulation in Fracture Care

Faculty:
Robert B. Anderson, MD

This interactive discussion will feature a review of how Robert B. Anderson, MD (Green Bay, WI) utilizes bone stimulators in his practice. During the presentation he will review the bone stimulators on the market today, and the science behind the market leader the EXOGEN Ultrasound Bone Healing System. Dr. Anderson will also share several case studies from his practice where bone stimulators have been used to treat these patients.

This session is intended to be interactive and will include audience participation, Q&A and open discussion.

Information/Registration:
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Paragon 28

Paragon 28 Precision Ankle Solutions

Faculty:
Mark Myerson, MD

Dr. Myerson will introduce APEX 3D™ Total Ankle Replacement System from Paragon 28, including contributing research and design rationale.

He will also present Paragon 28’s Precision Guided Ankle and TTC Fusion Systems inclusive of Silverback™ Ankle Fusion Plating System and Phantom® TTC/TC and ActivCore™

Information/Registration:
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Stryker

Managing Midfoot Reconstruction with Stryker's NEW T2 ICF Nailing System

Faculty:
Michael C. Aynardi, MD
Jason T. Bariteau, MD
Adam P. Schiff, MD

Information/Registration:
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Treace Medical Concepts, Inc.

Lapiplasty® System Innovations

Faculty:
Mark E. Easley, MD
Robert D. Santrock, MD
W. Bret Smith, DO

Join us for a technology overview of the Lapiplasty® System, including cases studies and an introduction of the new Lapiplasty® Mini-Incision™ System.

Information/Registration:
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Wright Medical Group N.V.

LapiFuse™ Live Cadaveric Experience: Why Patients Deserve More Than Triplanar Correction

Faculty:
W. Hodges Davis, MD
Jesse F. Doty, MD

Learn how surgeons are helping to improve their Lapidus procedures by:

  • Preserving length of first ray

  • Gaining reproducible triplanar correction

  • Utilizing implant-driven compression

Dr. Davis and Dr. Doty will take you through a live cadaveric surgery of LapiFuse™, Wright’s newest technology in bunion correction. This webinar will include the step-by-step surgical technique incorporating surgical pearls and fluoroscopy. This will be a very interactive session providing you the opportunity to ask questions throughout the procedure. Join us to discuss the benefits of achieving triplanar correction, as well as how to reduce the risk of metatarsalgia and recurrence.

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Zimmer Biomet

Continuum of Care: Hallux Valgus and Lisfranc Repair

Faculty:
Ricardo Cook, MD
Rob Grunfeld, MD

In this session, we will review a variety of Hallux Valgus and Lisfranc cases and discuss appropriate treatment options under differing circumstances.

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Friday, September 11
4:00 – 5:30 pm Central Time


3M+KCI

Next Generation Negative Pressure Therapy For Incision And Soft Tissue Management: Improving Outcomes Following Lower Extremity Surgery

Faculty:

Ravi A Karia, MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon, Associate Professor
Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs
Department of Orthopaedics
University of Texas Health Science Center

You’re invited to join Ravi Karia, MD for this symposium, designed to increase knowledge of appropriate and safe use of ciNPT and improve outcomes in lower extremity surgery. Dr. Karia will review clinical evidence, case studies and provide a practical demonstration of the latest evolution in incision and surrounding soft tissue management in lower extremity.

Program Highlights:

  • Understand the impact of surgical site infections

  • Tips and pearls for successful outcomes in lower extremity surgery

  • Review recent evidence examining the importance of using negative pressure therapy for incision and surrounding tissue management

  • Discuss case examples of outcomes associated with negative pressure therapy in complex lower extremity cases

  • Take part in a question-and-answer session

Information/Registration:
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DePuy Synthes

Flexible Syndesmotic Repair with the FIBULINK System

Faculty:
Samuel B. Adams, MD
Douglas Lucas, DO

Dr. Adams and Dr. Lucas will present the new DePuy Synthes FIBULINK® Flexible Syndesmosis Repair System, including clinical literature review, case outcomes, surgical technique, and best practices.

Information/Registration:
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Paragon 28

Why the Lapidus and Emergent Minimally Invasive Approaches

Faculty:
Gregory P. Guyton, MD
Cesar de Cesar Netto, MD, PhD

Dr. Guyton and Dr. Cesar will present Paragon 28’s Phantom® MIS System for the Lapidus procedure, including outcomes, technique and best practices.

Information/Registration:
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Stryker

Addressing Ankle Fusions with Stryker's NEW AxSOS 3 Ankle Fusion Plating System

Faculty:
Michael J. Coughlin, MD
Armen S. Kelikian, MD
Keith L. Wapner, MD

Information/Registration:
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Zimmer Biomet

Total Ankle Replacement: Complex Cases

Faculty:
Steven Herbst, MD

This session will present a selection of cases that illustrate complex pre- and post-operative challenges in total ankle replacement such as infection, existing hardware, bony anatomy, wound complications or post-operative fractures.

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Friday, September 11
8:10 – 9:40 pm Central Time


Paragon 28

Changes in Thinking and Approaches to Ankle and TTC Arthrodesis

Faculty:
Mark Myerson, MD
Michael Brage, MD

Dr. Myerson and Dr. Brage will present Paragon 28’s Silverback Ankle Fusion Plating and Phantom® TTC/TC and ActivCore™ Systems, including contributing experience and design rationale.

Information/Registration:
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Stryker

Addressing Ankle Fusions with Stryker's NEW AxSOS 3 Ankle Fusion Plating System

Faculty:
Michael J. Coughlin, MD
Andrew Harston, MD
Armen S. Kelikian, MD
Keith L. Wapner, MD

Information/Registration:
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Saturday, September 12
8:00 – 9:30 am Central Time


DePuy Synthes

Flexible Syndesmotic Repair with the FIBULINK System

Faculty:
Michael Swords, DO
Sarang Desai, DO

Dr. Swords and Dr. Desai will present the new DePuy Synthes FIBULINK® Flexible Syndesmosis Repair System, including clinical literature review, case outcomes, surgical technique and best practices.

Information/Registration:
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GMReis

What Is New in Foot and Ankle Sports Injuries Treatment

Faculty:
Cristian A. Ortiz, MD

The session will emphasize some of the new updates in common sports injuries. There will be interactive discussion about how to improve rehabilitation and early return to sports.

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Paragon 28

Emerging Concepts and Research in Pilon Fx, Ankle Fx and Syndesmosis Repair

Faculty:
John Y. Kwon, MD

Dr. Kwon will discuss Paragon 28’s Gorilla® Ankle Fracture, Pilon Plating Systems and the R3LEASE™ Soft Tissue Stabilization System, including research and technologies in addressing fractures of the fibula, distal tibia, and repair of the syndesmosis.

Information/Registration:
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Stryker

Managing Midfoot Reconstruction with Stryker's NEW T2 ICF Nailing System

Faculty:
Michael C. Aynardi, MD
Jason T. Bariteau, MD
Adam P. Schiff, MD

Information/Registration:
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Zimmer Biomet

Fusion and Pain in the Foot and Ankle

Faculty:
Robert B. Anderson, MD
John S. Early, MD

In this session, we will review foot and ankle cases that require fusion repair and review options. This session will also address sources of pain, such as bone marrow lesions and cysts and review options for treatment.

Information/Registration:
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Your registration includes access to recordings from the Live Program, OnDemand Sessions, Posters, and the Virtual Exhibit Hall through March 31, 2021.

 

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