This activity will address the professional practice gaps of orthopaedic surgeons who are aware of advanced surgical reconstruction techniques but have limited experience in performing them, and/or the lack of resources to further improve their own techniques. Advanced surgical reconstruction techniques discussed in the activity include the Ilizarov Method, algorithms for femoral and tibial lengthening, Charcot midfoot and hindfoot reconstruction, and lower extremity deformity correction.
This course presents a continuum of care for the skeletally immature athlete whom has undergone anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. The course will provide participants with current knowledge regarding etiology, risk factors, surgical considerations, and implications for rehabilitation and return to play considerations specific to the skeletally immature athlete.
The external healthcare environment is changing rapidly and providers are pressured to adapt with ever-increasing speed and efficiency. A continuous improvement infrastructure can help accelerate and enhance the success of value-driven improvement initiatives. It is important to know that change does take time but it is vital to start small, start today and move quickly.
HSS Journal® is the Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery. The goal of the Journal is to present articles describing cutting edge research, clinical pathways, treatment, and state-of-the-art techniques that educate the orthopaedic and musculoskeletal communities.
Grand Rounds from HSS - Management of Complex Cases is a publication that profiles highly complicated cases with follow-up data and a clinical treatment discussion. Readers can also view enlarged case images online.
HealthConnection is Hospital for Special Surgery's patient education newsletter. HealthConnection has been published as a service to patients as well as the general public for more than 20 years. A shortened version, HealthConnection FastFacts, is also available.
HealthConnection FastFacts, launched in the last quarter of 2011, is a new online health education newsletter designed to provide the public with fast, current, accurate musculoskeletal and general health information.
Hospital for Special Surgery provides a number of non-acceredited educational webinars for patients as well as the professionals who care for them. View our featured webinars on Runners' Health and Marathon Training.