2018 Spring CME-Extremities in the Carolinas
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Make plans now to join your colleagues at the 3rd annual spring subspecialty conference hosted by PAOS.  In order to meet demand for subspecialty education for its members, PAOS launched a new series of meetings targeting the most requested topics in orthopedics. These meetings will be smaller in size than the Annual PAOS Conference and foster interactive discussion among leading experts in the field as well as colleagues from across the country.

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Course Highlights:

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

****18.5 Hours of Category I CME

****Special Discounted Room Rate of $139/night

Seats are limited so mark your calendars now to join us May 4-6, 2018 in Charlotte, NC for the only course designed by PAs for PAs in orthopedics. I look forward to seeing you in The Queen City!

Scot Rheinecker, MS, AT-C/L, PA-C
Course Chairman