4 November 2016 – Orthopaedic Knee Conference, Leeds

4 November 2016  – Orthopaedic Knee Conference, Leeds

4 November 2016  – Orthopaedic Knee Conference, Leeds

Challenging concepts of practice, innovation and evidence

4 November 2016

Royal Armouries, Leeds, UK

Orthopaedic consultants and industry experts will gather in Leeds in November for the second Orthopaedic Knee Conference, organised by Orthopaedic Product News.

Through keynote lectures, open panel debate and a lively trade exhibition, the meeting will tackle current trends and topics as well as raising issues relating to surgical concepts and innovations.

As concerns are raised within the industry that a registry which was designed to identify failing implants is now perhaps turning against the orthopaedic profession and damaging innovation, The Orthopaedic Knee Conference will address head-on areas that are often seen as contentious, to challenge both speakers and delegates.

Whether you’re an orthopaedic knee surgeon, medical professional, medical device manufacturer, or associated with another related field, this is an essential event for your diary. Book now to secure your place.

 

Early bird booking offer – £100 + VAT

Until 30 June 2016, delegates can take advantage of an early bird reduced rate for tickets. At just £100 + VAT this represents fantastic value for money at a must-attend event.

For tickets email paul.bunce@barkerbrooks.co.uk

 

Key topics

 

The National Joint Registry/Beyond compliance

Does the NJR/BC kill innovation in the UK?

 

Total knee arthroscopy

‘20% of patients are unhappy with their knee replacements’ – fact or fiction?

How can we improve?

 

Partial knee replacement

Why is PROMS data not published by implant?

UKA – overhyped or misunderstood?

Are fixed-bearing UKAs the solution?

 

Soft tissue knee surgery

Arthroscopic meniscal/chondral surgery – justified or damaging?

The potential role of antero-lateral ligament surgery

 

For full programme updates visit www.opnews.com/programme

 

Chair

Mr Nick J. London MB BChir MA MD FRCS (Tr. Orth.)

Nick London is a specialist knee surgeon with extensive experience in sports injuries and knee replacement surgery. His main research and development interests are:

improving the functional outcome of ligament reconstruction at all levels of sport;

management of the young active patient with severe osteoarthritis (options prior to knee arthroplasty); and

partial knee replacement (with a personal experience of more than 1200 fixed-bearing UKAs.

 

Mr London lectures and teaches about knee surgery and developments worldwide and has run a highly successful knee fellowship programme since 2003. He is a founder member of the European Knee Society (EKS) – a prestigious group dedicated to the advancement of knee arthritis surgery and education.

 

Co-chairs

Mr David Duffy MBBS MRCS FRCS (Tr. Orth.)

Dave Duffy is a specialist knee surgeon with particular expertise in sports injuries and knee replacement surgery. He has extensive experience in performing ACL reconstruction, arthroscopic surgery and knee replacements. His busy NHS practice is based at Harrogate District Foundation Trust where he treats general orthopaedic trauma and has an elective practice that is tailored to knee complaints.

 

Mr James B. Newman MB ChB MRCS FRCS (Tr. Orth.)

Jim Newman is a consultant in trauma and orthopaedics. His work is purely focused on knee problems and he treats a wide range of conditions, including ACL reconstruction, partial knee replacements, osteotomy, and cartilage regeneration techniques. He has helped develop a gold standard knee service for the mid-Yorkshire area, implementing a trust-wide enhanced recovery programme, and was appointed the lead surgeon for elective orthopaedic surgery at the trust in 2012.

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