(in-person) courses and conferences effective July 1, 2021 and available COVID-19 online education and resources.
2022 Controversies in Wrist Surgery
April 7- 10, 2022 - Mayo Clinic - Rochester, Minnesota
This course is designed for orthopedic and plastic surgeons with a significant hand practice and covers the spectrum of disorders of the wrist and distal radioulnar joint. The format will be case-oriented, covering topics in bony and soft tissue trauma, degenerative disease, and inflammatory arthritis, to name a few. Videotaped surgery clips and cadaveric surgical dissection will be used to demonstrate complicated surgical procedures.
- Hear about the latest advances in arthroscopy and arthroplasty from recognized experts in the field
- Learn hands on surgical techniques by attending the pre-course cadaver lab
- Interact with colleagues involved in wrist surgery
Wrist Workshop (April 7)
The course will begin with a review of normal wrist anatomy and mechanics, including examination maneuvers, imaging modalities and surgical exposures. The pertinent features of each wrist disorder will then be highlighted, followed by detailed descriptions of treatment techniques and outcomes. Case examples will be presented prior to each didactic session, followed by open discussion. Breakout sessions will provide more in-depth coverage of specific wrist topics and provide updates on advances in arthroscopy and arthroplasty from recognized experts in the field. A strong emphasis will be placed on surgical technique. Registrants are encouraged to bring their own cases to discuss with the faculty. Special times for these exchanges will be arranged.
In collaboration with International Wrist Arthroscopy Society (IWAS)
This course is designed for orthopedic and plastic surgeons.
Attendance at any Mayo Clinic course does not indicate or guarantee competence or proficiency in the skills, knowledge or performance of any care or procedure(s) which may be discussed or taught in this course.
All travel and lodging expenses are the sole responsibility of the individual registrant.