AHTA Webinar: The Wrist, a new perspective on anatomy, imaging, and reconstruction

8:00pm Wednesday, 29 January 2020
9:00pm Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Webinar
Zoom Access Only
Via online Platform
., Victoria .
Australia

This webinar will address:


The Wrist. A New Perspective on Anatomy, Imaging and Reconstruction 1000 (45mins)

The presentation will review new concepts on clinical anatomy and how it applies to carpal instability. It will include arthroscopic, open intra-operative and advanced imaging. 

Areas of interest will include the application of carpal motion, and safe zones of mobilisation for various forms of instability, and new approaches to surgical stabilisation of the unstable carpus.

COST:

This webinar is free of charge and is an Associate and Member (AHT) Only Event.  The recording and slides from this webinar will be available for download after the event on the AHTA website. 

ACCESS: 

To register your attendance, please follow the instructions below. You will need to log in to register your place. This registration process replaces our old system, and your CPD certificates will be issued directly to your portal once your attendance is confirmed after the event.
 
We will send out the details to attend via email the day of the meeting. If you have not received the email by Wednesday afternoon, please contact digitaleducation@ahta.com.au . 

About the presenters:

Prof Greg Bain

MBBS, FRACS, FA(Ortho), PhD

Greg completed his Orthopaedic Surgery training in Adelaide in 1993, and completed a clinical fellowship Upper Limb Surgery in London, Canada at the Hand and Upper Limb Clinic. Since then he has practiced exclusively Upper Limb Orthopaedic Surgery in Adelaide, South Australia. He has an active interest in research involving the upper limb including clinical anatomy, biomechanics, advanced arthroscopic techniques, anatomical based reconstructive procedures and arthroplasty.

Special areas of interest include sports injuries, distal biceps tendon injuries, carpal instability, elbow instability. Anatomy of distal radius fractures, carpal instabilities, scaphoid fractures, limited wrist fusions.

 

 

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Contact Information

Email Sara Brito - Digital Educational Officer for further information : digitaleducation@ahta.com.au

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