CCJR® Winter 2020

December 9 – 12, 2020
Orlando, Florida

presented by The Hip Society and The Knee Society
in honor of Charles A. Engh, Sr., MD and Gerard A. Engh, MD
www.hipsoc.org | www.ccjr.com | www.kneesociety.org

CCJR® Executive Committee

Daniel J. Berry, MD

Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr., MD

William J. Maloney, III, MD

A. Seth Greenwald, D.Phil (Oxon),
CCJR® Founder and Emeritus Director

CCJR® Advisory Committee

  • Matthew P. Abdel, MD
  • James A. Browne, MD
  • Craig J. Della Valle, MD
  • C. Anderson Engh, MD
  • Steven J. MacDonald, MD
  • R. Michael Meneghini, MD
  • Michael A. Mont, MD
  • Douglas E. Padgett, MD
  • Giles R. Scuderi, MD
  • Bryan D. Springer, MD

Course Description

The course is open to practicing orthopaedic surgeons, residents and fellows, allied health professionals, and members of the orthopaedic and allied health industries.

  • The course will focus on primary and revision hip and knee replacement and related surgical approaches, new materials, designs, and technologies; it will also address problems of articulation choice, implant fixation, bone deficiency, instability, trauma, and post-operative complications.
  • Innovative formats will delve into the triad of surgical technique, implant design, and patient factors that determine clinical success and arthroplasty longevity in adult reconstruction.
  • Contemporary internationally recognized thought leaders will probe the boundaries of these problems, offer solutions, and teach state-of-the art techniques for arthroplasty problems.
  • Teaching formats will include: mini-symposia, cutting-edge technique videos, debates on controversial topic, case challenges, and live surgery demonstrations.  The course will provide unparalleled learning and networking opportunities for orthopaedic surgeons and allied professionals involved in adult joint reconstruction.
  • Special programming also will be targeted for residents and fellows.

Learning Objectives

As a result of attending this course, participants will:

  • Appreciate current trends in the application of new technologies including robotics in primary arthroplasty, outpatient surgery, new technologies and techniques that improve outcomes of revision surgery, avoidance and management of complications, and optimization of perioperative management.
  • Appraise evolving surgical techniques and implant technologies through didactic and interactive live presentation as well as understand early and long-term clinical outcomes.
  • Discuss diagnostic approaches to assess: peri-prosthetic infection, post-operative function limitations, pain, and peri-prosthetic fractures.
  • Apply current solution options to revision hip and knee arthroplasty challenges and understand the contributory roles of surgical technique, component design, and patient factors including bone loss, soft tissue deficiency, and infection.

Accreditation Statement

Available soon.

Americans With Disabilities Act

While presenting Current Concepts in Joint Replacement® (CCJR®), The Hip Society and The Knee Society fully intend to comply with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you need assistance, please call 847-384-4330 at least two weeks prior to the activity.

Disclosure Statement

Available soon.

Disclaimer

The material presented as part of this course has been made available by The Hip Society and The Knee Society for educational purposes only. This material is not intended to represent the only, nor necessarily the best, method or procedure appropriate for the medical situations discussed, but rather is intended to present an approach, view, statement or opinion of the faculty, which may be helpful to others who face similar situations. The Hip Society and The Knee Society disclaim any and all liability for injury or other damages resulting to any individuals participating in the webinars, and for all claims which may arise out of the use of the techniques demonstrated therein by such individuals, whether these claims shall be asserted by a physician or by any other party. No reproductions of any kind, including audio- and video recordings, may be made of the presentations.