Extremities in the Carolinas - Arthritis to Arthroplasty
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/4/2018 to 5/6/2018
When: May 4-6, 2018
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Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel
2800 Coliseum Centre Dr
Charlotte, North Carolina  28217
United States
Contact: Elizabeth Darr
800-804-7267


Online registration is available until: 5/5/2018
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Extremities in the Carolinas

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We’re excited to invite you to our third annual subspecialty conference! Smaller in size than the Annual Conference, we tailored this event to specifically provide an opportunity to meet demand for subspecialty education by targeting your most requested topics in orthopaedics. We’ll cover a variety of subspecialty care in hip and knee arthroplasty, periprosthetic fractures, current arthritis management trends, shoulder and elbow arthroplasty, wrist arthritis, and ankle arthritis and joint replacement. Stay in the know while enjoying the company of fellow members! Secure your spot today.

 

 

Staying in Charlotte: Renaissance Suites Hotel

 

Ideally situated near Charlotte Douglas International Airport and featuring a convenient free shuttle service, the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel is a terrific destination for our 2018 Spring CME.  The spacious and contemporary two-room suites offer extra space and pullout sofa beds, as well as in-room microwaves and high-speed Internet access.

 

Reserve your room by April 12(or until our block is full) for a discounted rate of $133 per night. PAOS has partnered with the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel to offer conference attendees complimentary wifi and on-site parking.

 

Book soon for the discounted rate!

 

 

 

CME Spotlight: Arthritis to Arthroplasty

 

Arthritis to Arthroplasty is an advanced course for physician assistants who treat arthritis of the extremities in adults and children. this course teaches the principles and techniques for management of extremity arthritis and current concepts in surgical and non-surgical management. Course highlights are listed below. For a complete schedule, explore the full conference brochure.

 

MRI Interpretation of the Hip & Knee

Hip Disorders & Role of Arthroscopy

My “Hip” Hurts: Getting the Diagnosis Right

Complex Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty: Dysplasia, Post-Traumatic, Fractures

Revision Hip Arthroplasty: Pearls & Pitfalls

Workup of the Painful Total Knee

Multimodal Pain Management of the Total Joint Patient

Outpatient Total Joints: Why We Should/Shouldn’t Do Them

Prosthetic Joint Infection: Evaluation & Current Management

DVT Prophylaxis: What Should We Be Doing?

Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty Pearls & Pitfalls

Elbow Arthroplasty Indications and Technique

Current Trends in Arthritis Management

Single vs Two Staged Total Joint Revision

Periprosthetic Fractures