Comprehensive Solutions for Fractures in the Upper Limb

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Acumed Surgical Bioskills Course
Jul. 12, 2018 to Jul. 13, 2018
Bangkok, Thailand

Overview

Our course begins on Thursday morning, 12 July and concludes on Friday, 13 July. This two-day comprehensive course focuses on the current challenges facing orthopaedic surgeons. Our esteemed international faculty will lead lecture presentations on upper extremity fracture treatment options for the hand and wrist, elbow, and shoulder. The hands-on cadaveric workshops will provide opportunities to practice treatment options focusing on upper extremity solutions.

  • Wednesday, 11 July, Evening arrival at the Hotel
  • Thursday, 12 July, Lectures and Lab Workshops
  • Friday, 13 July, Lectures and Lab Workshops

Target Audience

This course is aimed toward upper extremity surgeons and traumatologists seeking to advance their surgical skills for treatment methods including fractures, fusions, and osteotomies. The course is designed for practicing orthopaedic surgeons looking to gain in-depth training on injuries for the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder.

 

Agenda

Hand & Wrist

  • Phalangeal, Metacarpal and Carpal Fractures
  • Distal Radius Fractures
  • Ulnar Impaction
  • Forearm Fractures

Elbow

  • Coronoid Fractures
  • Olecranon Fractures
  • Radial Head Fractures

Shoulder

  • Clavicle Fractures
  • Proximal Humerus Fractures
  • Scapula Fractures

Faculty

Professor Randy Bindra

Randy Bindra MBBS, FRACS, FRCS, MSOrth, MChOrth, FAOrthA is the Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Griffith University and Gold Coast University Hospital in Southport Australia. Prof. Bindra has received his basic training in Mumbai, India and Liverpool, England. He has received fellowship training in Hand Surgery at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre in Derby, England and Washington University in St Louis, USA. In his clinical practice, Prof. Bindra treats a wide variety of hand, wrist and elbow problems from birth anomalies, cerebral palsy, nerve injuries, sports and work injuries and arthritis.