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EFORT webinar: Patellofemoral Instability in Children

EFORT

The May EFORT webinar is approaching fast. The webinar entitled Patellofemoral Instability in Children is organized by the EFORT Orthopaedic Education Group, which is independent of any commercial educational support. It will take place Monday 27 May 2019 from 19:00 to 20:00 CET.

This webinar will address the following topics:

  • epidemiology and etiology for treatment of first-time dislocation;
  • clinical and radiological examinations;
  • classifications;
  • indications for surgery; and
  • recommended surgical procedures in different age groups.

Its objective is to provide answers.

Do you want to learn the modern and best way of treating children with patellar dislocation/instability?

The degree of disability for children with patellar dislocations is high. Therefore, there is an increasing trend in active treatment of children with patellar dislocation/instability. These treatment methods involve growth modulation, malalignment correction by osteotomies and better methods for ligamentous reconstruction.

This webinar gives participants the knowledge to offer children with patellar dislocation the best treatment.

Faculty:

  • Ketil Holen (Norway);
  • Christian Øye (Norway); and
  • Franck Chotel (France)

Join the webinar for free. Register online at http://efortnet.conference2web.com/webinars.

EFORT

The May EFORT webinar is approaching fast. The webinar entitled Patellofemoral Instability in Children is organized by the EFORT Orthopaedic Education Group, which is independent of any commercial educational support. It will take place Monday 27 May 2019 from 19:00 to 20:00 CET.

This webinar will address the following topics:

  • epidemiology and etiology for treatment of first-time dislocation;
  • clinical and radiological examinations;
  • classifications;
  • indications for surgery; and
  • recommended surgical procedures in different age groups.

Its objective is to provide answers.

Do you want to learn the modern and best way of treating children with patellar dislocation/instability?

The degree of disability for children with patellar dislocations is high. Therefore, there is an increasing trend in active treatment of children with patellar dislocation/instability. These treatment methods involve growth modulation, malalignment correction by osteotomies and better methods for ligamentous reconstruction.

This webinar gives participants the knowledge to offer children with patellar dislocation the best treatment.

Faculty:

  • Ketil Holen (Norway);
  • Christian Øye (Norway); and
  • Franck Chotel (France)

Join the webinar for free. Register online at http://efortnet.conference2web.com/webinars.