8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course : OVERVIEW

October 17 - 19, 2019
JW Marriott Houston
Houston, TX
 
8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course
October 17 - 19, 2019
JW Marriott Houston
Houston, TX

OVERVIEW

Please join us for the 8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course, October 17 - 19, 2019, in Houston, Texas, at the JW Marriott Houston.

The anterior approach for total hip replacement is an important surgical alternative to the traditional hip replacement protocol: The approach is tissue-sparing and results in less pain, faster patient recovery, and improved mobility related to the lesser trauma provided by the procedure. The 8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course will offer a thorough education on the surgical and patient processes associated with the anterior hip approach, from patient selection through patient recovery and follow-up.

This course is intended for surgeons already using this procedure and are interested in honing their skills. It will be taught by some of the most well-regarded orthopaedic surgeons practicing today. With didactic presentations, video vignettes, and case-based panel discussions, this exciting program will also feature live surgeries and 3+ hours of hands-on cadaver workshops to enhance the educational environment.

We hope to see you for this unique educational experience!

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MEETING DAYS/TIMES

    2018 Schedule (2019 coming soon)

    Thursday, October 17, 2019
    10:00 am – 7:15 pm

    Friday, October 18, 2019
    6:00 am – 7:00 pm

    Saturday, October 19, 2019
    6:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Course Chairs

Stefan W. Kreuzer, MD
Inov8 Orthopedics
Houston, Texas

Joseph T. Moskal, MD, FACS
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
Roanoke, Virginia

Program Director

Bohannon Mason, MD
OrthoCarolina Hip & Knee Center
Charlotte, North Carolina

Faculty*

William P. Barrett, MD
Proliance Surgeons
Renton, Washington

Hari P. Bezwada, MD
University Medical Center Princeton – Penn Medicine
Princeton, New Jersey

Kristoff  Corten, MD, PhD
Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg Genk
Genk, Belgium

David A. Dodgin, MD
Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin
Austin, Texas

Mark I. Froimson, MD
Riverside Health Advisors
Hunting Valley, Ohio

Tyler D. Goldberg, MD
Texas Orthopedics
Austin, Texas

John M. Keggi, MD
Orthopaedics New England
Middlebury, Connecticut

Raymond H. Kim, MD
The Steadman Clinic
Vail, Colorado

David G. Lewallen, MD
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minnesota

Timothy P. Lovell, MD
SHMC
Spokane, Washington

Stephen D. Lucey, MD
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Greensboro, North Carolina

Theodore T. Manson, MD
University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland

John L. Masonis, MD
OrthoCarolina Hip & Knee Center
Charlotte, North Carolina

Joel M. Matta, MD
The Steadman Clinic
Vail, Colorado

Michael Nogler, MD, MA
Medical University Innsbruck
Innsbruck, Austria

Trevor M. Owen, MD
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
Roanoke, Virginia

Javad Parvizi, MD, FRCS
The Rothman Institute
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lee E. Rubin, MD
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut

Juan C. Suarez, MD
Miami Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute, Baptist Health South Florida
Miami, Florida

Anthony S. Unger, MD
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Washington, DC

 

*Subject to change

Registration Type

Sustaining Member

Non-Member /Basic

Physicians* $895.00 $995.00
Allied Health (Nurse, NP, PA, PT, PharmD)* $450.00 $550.00
Industry Registration* $795.00 $895.00
Residents & Fellows Registration $0.00
Residents & Fellows Lab Fee $300.00
* Includes Lab fee

Course registration fee includes access to all scientific sessions, meals and breaks as listed on the agenda, bioskills labs and continuing medical education (CME) credits. Please note that all other costs associated with attendee participation (travel, accommodations, and expenses) are at the cost of the attendee.

Residents & Fellows

Lab
Residents & fellows who would like to participate in the cadaver lab sessions will need to pay a cadaver lab fee of $300.
Cancellation refunds requested after September 17, 2019, will incur a $50 administrative fee.

PAYMENT METHODS
We accept American Express, Visa, and MasterCard via online registration.
CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellation notification must be in writing to email info@icjr.net and received by the close of business on September 17, 2019. A cancellation fee of $50 will be assessed. Cancellations received after September 17, 2019, will not receive a refund. No‐shows will not receive a refund.

ICJR reserves the right to cancel this program due to unforeseen circumstances, in which case a full refund of registration fees will be given to participants. ICJR will not be responsible for travel expenses incurred by the participant in the unlikely event that the program is canceled.

Course Description

The anterior approach for total hip replacement is an important surgical alternative to the traditional hip replacement protocol: The approach is tissue-sparing and results in less pain, faster patient recovery, and improved mobility related to the lesser trauma provided by the procedure. The 8th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course will offer a thorough education on the surgical and patient processes associated with the anterior hip approach, from patient selection through patient recovery and follow-up.

This course is intended for surgeons already using this procedure and are interested in honing their skills. While the course will cover some advanced topics on the last day, the majority of the course will focus on the fundamentals of the anterior approach and providing attendees with practical knowledge that can be applied immediately to your practice.It will be taught by some of the most well-regarded orthopaedic surgeons practicing today. With didactic presentations, video vignettes, and case-based panel discussions, this exciting program will also feature live surgeries and 3+ hours of hands-on cadaver workshops to enhance the educational environment.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify key areas of the direct anterior approach surgical procedure, such as locating the interval between tensor fasciae latae and sartorius, ligating the lateral femoral circumflex vessels, mobilizing and elevating the femur to ream the distal canal, and correctly positioning the cup.
  • Compare and evaluate the design rationales, clinical outcomes, and features of different hip implants related to their appropriate use in the direct anterior approach for total hip arthroplasty (THA).
  • Evaluate, discuss, and compare technologies that may be used to facilitate direct anterior approach THA, including specialized instrumentation, surgical tables, and computer navigation.
  • Discuss the patient selection criteria used to identify patients for whom primary or revision THA through the direct anterior approach may be indicated, as well as those for whom this approach may be contraindicated.
  • Identify and discuss perioperative treatment protocols specifically related to direct anterior approach fTHA, including pain management, prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), control of bleeding, prevention and management of infection, and rehabilitation, including the roles of staff in each of these steps.
  • Discuss and compare the clinical outcomes for direct anterior approach THA versus other surgical approach for THA, including length of stay, rehabilitation, postoperative restrictions, occurrence of infection and DVT, pain management, and return to activities of daily living.
  • Discuss key surgical steps for performing revision THA through the direct anterior approach, including extensile skin incisions, removal of acetabular components, use of grafts to manage acetabular defects, and the removal of well-fixed femoral components using a proximal or distal osteotomy.

 

 

Accreditation Statement

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research & Education (FORE) and the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR).

FORE is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Planning Committee

Jason Heath
ICJR

Richelle Lopez
ICJR

Michelle Paradise
FORE

Hotel Reservations & Ground Transportation Information

Attendees are responsible for transportation and hotel accommodations.

Accommodations & Didactic Sessions:

JW Marriott Houston Galleria
5150 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77056

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Phone: +1(800) 228-9290

*Please mention “2019 ICJR DAA Hip Course”

A limited number of rooms are available for a discounted room rate starting at $189 per night, subject to applicable state and local taxes (currently 17%) plus a state-cost recovery fee(currently 0.7% of the room rate).

The Group Rate is guaranteed for reservations made on or before September 25, 2019, or until the room block sells out.

All reservations must be accompanied by a first-night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card.  The JW Marriott Houston will not hold reservations unless secured by one of these methods. Please refer to the hotel’s website for their cancellation policy and information pertaining to deposits.

 

Bioskills Lab

Methodist Institute for Technology Innovation & Education (MITIE)
6670 Bertner Avenue, 5th Floor
Houston, TX 77030

Transportation provided by ICJR on October 19

As it had in 2018, the course will likely conclude on Saturday, October 19, at 1:35 PM at The Houston Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education (MITIE). ICJR will provide shuttle transportation to attendees to both nearby airports and back to the JW Marriott Houston. Please plan departure flights accordingly. 

George Bush Intercontinental Airport is about a 45 minutes drive from MITIE (25 miles).

The William P. Hobby Airport is approximately 40 minutes away (12.5 miles).

 

Accommodations for Disabilities

Please notify ICJR by emailing info@icjr.net or call 760-942-7859 a minimum of ten working days in advance of the event if a reasonable accommodation for a disability is needed.

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QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or would like additional details regarding this program, please contact the organizers by phone +1 760 942 7859 or by email info@icjr.net.