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Member Value Webinar # 7 Shoulder Instability - Latest Management Techniques

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PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CANNOT REGISTER FOR THIS MODULE UNTIL 12.00PM AEST ON TUESDAY 18 AUGUST. APA MEMBERS PLEASE REFER TO THE EMAIL WITH YOUR UNIQUE ENROLMENT KEY WHICH WILL BE SENT PRIOR TO THE 18 AUGUST 2015. YOU WILL NEED THIS ENROLMENT KEY TO ACCESS THE MODULE. 

Overview

The shoulder joint is the most commonly dislocated joint in the human body, and recurrent instability can be source of significant dysfunction and potential long term joint damage. Despite a better understanding of underlying pathologies related to shoulder instability, a significant risk of recurrent dislocation exists despite best practices.

This comprehensive presentation will cover everything from early assessment and acute management of these injuries, as well as discuss the rationale for some of the latest orthopaedic management techniques, including the Latarjet procedure, that aims to address specific structural problems related to instability.

Presenter

Mr Austin Vo 

Austin Vo is an Australian trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with subspecialty interest in shoulder, knee and sports injury surgery. Austin's extensive international subspecialty fellowship training over 3 years in world-renowned centres including Oxford, France as well as North America, enables him to provide patients the latest in minimally invasive techniques to treat common shoulder, knee and sports related conditions at a world-class level. In recognition of the skills he returns with, Austin was awarded the Covidien Travelling Fellowship Grant by RACS for his Annecy Fellowship. 

 

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To enrol for this webinar you will require a Unique Enrolment Key which will be emailed to all APA Members prior to the 18th August. Please check your email account for this email. Please note that this webinar is available until 18 August 2016.  

CPD Hours: 1

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