By: 29 June 2017
9–11 December 2017 – Young adult hip joint preservation cadaver course; Sheffield

Course Content
•HipArthroscopy•MinimallyInvasive Peri-AcetabularOsteotomy•OtherTriple Pelvic and PaediatricOsteotomies•Intertrochanteric/PertrochantericFemoral Osteotomies•SurgicalDislocation of the Hip•IntracapsularFemoral Osteotomies•ArticulatedHip Distraction for Avascular Necrosis•NonArthroplastyOption for Osteoarthritis•Arthroplastyoptions in the young adult.

Course Guidance
Course is suitable for Consultants and Senior trainees who are interested in hip joint preservation surgery. It will discuss Adult and Paediatric Hip conditions, and therefore is suitable for Hip Surgeons and Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeons. It will not cover Revision Hip Arthroplasty.

Course Fees and Registration
Registration fees includes course materials, lunch, coffee/tea and course dinner. It doesn’t include room and Bed and Breakfast charges.
Please ring +44 1302 322302 or +44 1302 644239 to pay by card and register, or fax +44 1302 381376 your registration form with card details. You can also mail your cheque payable to “Orthopaedic Research and Education Fund” along with your completed registration form.

Cancellation fee of £125 will be  charged until  25th October 2017. No refunds will be given after this date. If due to unforeseen circumstances the course is cancelled or rescheduled, a full refund will be provided.

Faculty of 2nd Hip Joint Preservation Course held in Keele University, School of Medicine, UK on 30th November and 1st December 2015:

Etienne Belzile
Dr Belzile is Assistant Professor, Laval University, Quebec City, Canada. He is on the Board of Directors, Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation, Co-Chair, COA Program Committee 2013-14; 2014 AOA/COA Combined meeting Montreal; Co-Host of 10th Symposium on Joint Preserving and Minimally invasive Surgeryof the hip 2013; Member of the EPCAT II study Steering Committee (CIHR funded); Director of Clinical Research, Orthopaedic Surgery Service, CHUQ, Quebec. He has published and presented extensively on hip joint preservation surgery. His gamut of practice includes hip arthroscopy, hip resurfacing, PAO, surgical dislocation, and DAA THR.

Srino Bharam
Dr Bharam is Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU Hospital for Joint Disease, and Director of Hip Arthroscopy, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY. He has published extensively on Sports Hip issues, and is an accomplished Hip Arthroscopist. He has been on the invited faculty list for many renowned Young Adult Hip Courses, and has been on the distinguished faculty list of ISHA for last four consecutive years.

James Fernandes
Mr Fernandes is Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. He is President Elect of BLRS (British Limb Reconstruction Society), Member of Committee of BSCOS (British Society of Children Orthopaedic Surgery) and Training Programme Director. He has extensive experience in limb and hip reconstruction for developmental disorders. He has organised combined BLRS/BSCOS meeting in the past and he lectures nationally and internationally, has published extensively and is author of several book chapters.

Mark Flowers
Mr Flowers is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. He is the Secretary of British Society of Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery (BSCOS). He trained in London, Birmingham, Sheffield and Toronto. He has a general paediatric practice with particular interest in hip dysplasia. He is involved in the care of children from the post-natal scanning clinic through to periacetabular osteotomies in the young adult.

Aresh Hashemi-Nejad
Mr Hashemi-Nejad clinical director, Division of Surgery, RNOH, London. He is the President Elect of the British Society of Children Orthopaedic Surgery (BSCOS). He is involved in clinical research and publishing outcomes from operations he performs, and is regularly invited to national and international meetings. He was awarded the American-British-Canadian Travelling Fellowship in 2006, representing British orthopaedics and visiting 20 centres in the United States. In 2011 he was one of only four orthopaedic surgeons nominated in The Times’ top 100 doctors. Mr Hashemi-Nejad’s main clinical interests are in young adult hip preservation surgery including hip arthroscopy, hip osteotomy and hip replacement surgery. He also deals with paediatric orthopaedic problems. At the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital he has a tertiary practice with these complex problems.

Sanjeev Madan
Mr Madan is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and Doncaster Royal Infirmary. He has a dedicated hip joint preservation and minimally invasive young adult hip referral practice. He is the Research Lead and Limb reconstruction lead. He has published and lectured on the topics of hip joint preservation nationally and internationally.

Olof Risto
Dr Risto is Head of Paediatric Orthopaedic Team at the University Hospital Linkoping, Sweden. His PhD thesis was on heterotopic bone formation after THR which was accomplished in 1994. He is the Assistant Professor and has 30 years experience in treating developmental hip problems. He has a special interest in and experience of children’s hip and young adult hip surgery. He pioneered the introduction of the hip dislocation technique in Sweden.

Jorg Schroder
Dr Schroder is the Head of Adult Hip Department of the Campus Virchow-Klinikum of the Center for  Musculoskeletal Surgery of the Charite Hospital, Berlin. He specialises in joint preserving surgery, especially Hip Arthroscopy and THR. Amongst many of his publications, the important ones are ‘a unique problem of subspinous impingement’ and histologic analysis in loosening and biomechanic issues in joint replacements and hip arthroscopy. He lectures on topics of joint preservation and THR nationally and internationally.

Mark Wilkinson
Professor Wilkinson was appointed to an Academic Faculty post at Sheffield University in 2007, and to Chair of Orthopaedics 2012. His research focuses on the interaction between joint prostheses and the patient, and the genetic basis of joint disease. He conducted the first clinical trial of bisphosphonate therapy after hip replacement, and was the first to show genetic varability is a risk factor for prosthesis failure. More recently he was a PI in the arcOGEN study that identified several novel risk loci for osteoarthritis. He sits on the research committees of the BOA, ARUK. He is a recipient of the Robert Jones Gold Medal of the BOA, The McKee Award of BHS, and the William Harris Award of the Orthopaedic Research Society.

John O’Hara

Mr John O’Hara is an accomplished Hip Surgeon from Birmingham, UK. He has extensive experience in pelvic and femoral osteotomies, hip resurfacing, total hip arthroplasty and hip preservation surgery. He worked with Derek McMinn during early days of hip resurfacing development and did an esteemed fellowship fro Hospital for Sick Kids, Toronto.

Jon Conroy

Mr Conroy is an accomplished hip arthroscopist and hip arthroplasty surgeons from Harrogate. He is involved in training and research in the field of young adult hip service. He is a member of International Society of Hip Arthroscopy (ISHA).

Frederic Laude

Dr Laude is a well known Hip Surgeon from Paris, France. He is very accomplished in Direct Anterior Approach for THR. He has a hip presevration center and does complex primary and revision THR routinely. He is on faculty of many International Hip Courses and workshops.

Giles Stafford

Mr Stafford is an young adult hip surgeon from Epsom and London. He is an accomplished hip arthroscopist and young adult hip surgeon. He has extensive experience in using software for FAI correction in hip surgery.

Olufemi Ayeni

Dr Ayeni is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Fellowship Director of the Sports Medicine/ Arthroscopy Fellowship at McMaster university, Canada. He did 2 fellowships in Sports Medicine, in Ottawa University and then in Hospital for Special Surgery, New York. He has published 80 peer review articles in the last 6 years addressing various topics in Sports Medicine. He has done extensive research in FAI aurgery and is on the Editorial Board of several Orthopaedic journals.

Michel Brax

Dr Brax is an expert hip surgeon from Strasbourg, France. He has extensive experience in small stem bone preserving THR. He is a renowned International speaker on the faculty of many courses, and is active in research and publication in the area of hip surgery.

Oliver Marin Pena

Dr Pena is a internationally renowned hip surgeon from Madrid, Spain. He has written a book on Hip Preservation Surgery and is on the faculty of many International renowned meetings. He is very active in academic research, and teaching.

Nigel Kiely

Mr Kiely is a renowned Paediatric and Young Adult Hip Surgeon from Oswestry, UK. He treats difficult sequelae of paediatric hip deformities by hip arthroscopy, PAO and femoral osteotomy.

Fabian Kalberer

Dr Kalberer is the Chief of Hip  and Surgery from Winterthur, Switzerland. He received his orthopaedic training in Zurich and Bern. His main fields are primary THR and their Revision, Conservative Surgery of the Hip viz. Pelvic and Femoral Osteotomies, opena and arhtroscopic surgery of femoroacaetabular impingement. He has performed more than 1500 MIS THRs.


3rd Young Adult Hip/Joint Preservation Cadaver Course 9-11 December 2017, University of Sheffield, UK
Phone:  +44 1302 322302; +44 1302 644239
Course Chairman:  Sanjeev Madan