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Medical Education Training Program — HIP

Hip Symposium Level III

Friday and Saturday, February 21-22, 2020
Newport Beach, CA



This technique-oriented program is designed to expose physician attendees to the latest surgical concepts in hip surgical techniques. Practical hands-on lab and training sessions maximize physician exposure to the latest tools and techniques.




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Michael Gerhardt, MD

Team Physician, US Soccer Men’s National Team

Fellowship: Santa Monica Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Group
Santa Monica, CA

Michael Huang, MD

Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group
Colorado Springs, CO

Fellowship: Steadman Hawkins Clinic
Vail, CO

Timothy Jackson, MD

Editorial Board Member, Arthroscopy Journal

Fellowship: Congress Medical Associates
Pasadena, CA
Fellowship: American Hip Institute
Chicago, IL


Warren Kramer, MD

Kramer Orthopedics
Newport Beach, CA

Fellowship: Traveling Fellowship in Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, Italy and England

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Steve Kwak, MD

Southern California Orthopedic Institute
Van Nuys, CA

Fellowship: Southern California Orthopedic Institute
Van Nuys, CA

Travis Maak, MD

Head Orthopaedic Team Physician, Utah Jazz
Salt Lake City, UT

Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery
New York, NY


Friday, February 21, 2020

7:00 am   Registration and Breakfast
7:45 am Welcome and Introductions
  Didactic Session I: Improving Patient Satisfaction and Maximizing Outcomes
8:00 am Treatment Algorithms for Improving Patient Outcomes
8:10 am Nano Arthroscopy in Hip Preservation  
8:20 am Tips, Tricks, and Pearls for Improving Operating Room Efficiency and Joint Access
8:30 am Postoperative Considerations for Pain Management and Minimizing Complications
8:40 am Panel Discussion
  Didactic Session II: FAI and Labral Tears
9:00 am Pincer Resection
9:10 am Knotless Labral Repair
9:20 am Labral Reconstruction Rationale
9:30 am Labral Reconstruction Technique
9:40 am Panel Discussion
10:00 am Break
Didactic Session III: CAM Lesions and Capsular Management
10:30 am Avoiding Over-/Under-resection: Intraoperative Imaging and Other Techniques
10:40 am Capsular Management: To Close or Not to Close?
10:50 am Capsular Management Repair Technique
11:00 am Panel Discussion
Didactic Session IV: Managing Complicated FAI Case Presentations
11:30 am Panel Discussion
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Lab Session I
4:00 pm Reception
5:00 pm Adjourn

Saturday, February 22, 2020  

7:00 am   Breakfast
Didactic Session V: Addressing Cartilage Lesions
8:00 am How Much Arthritis Is Too Much?
8:10 am Addressing Cartilage Lesions: Supplementing Microfracture
8:20 am Arthroscopic-Assisted Treatment of AVN
8:30 am Panel Discussion
  Didactic Session VI: Atypical Impingement
9:00 am Navigating Atypical Impingement
9:10 am Overcoming Challenges of Complex Pincer and CAM Lesions
9:20 am Defining and Treating Subspine Impingement
9:30 am Reasons for Joint Preservation Surgery Failure
9:40 am Panel Discussion
10:00 am Break
Didactic Session VII: Extra-articular Pathology and Treatment
10:30 am Atypical Groin Pain and Pathology
10:40 am Endoscopic vs Open Treatment of Proximal Hamstring Tears
10:50 am Endoscopic vs Open Treatment of Gluteus Medius Tears
11:00 am Return to Sports After FAI and Soft-Tissue Repair Surgery
11:10 am Panel Discussion
Didactic Session VIII: Atypical Hip Pain Case Presentations
11:30 am Panel Discussion
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Lab Session II
4:00 pm Adjourn

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