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4th International Athens Shoulder Course 2020

03 February 2020

The Heart of International Shoulder Surgery Beats in Greece, 5-8 February

The 4th consecutive International Athens Shoulder Course will focus on the latest and most innovative developments in shoulder surgery. The Course is being organized by the HYGEIA Hospital 3rd Orthopedic Clinic, in partnership with the Italian (SIAGASCOT) and French (SFA) arthroscopic societies and is being held in Athens on 5-8 February 2020.

More than 100 speakers and trainers, including some of the leading shoulder surgeons worldwide, will participate in the Course, which aims to update and offer comprehensive and well-rounded training to Greek and foreign orthopedic specialists on all the latest surgical techniques.

The participants will have the chance to attend interesting lectures by some of the most experienced shoulder surgeons, as well as mini-battles and debates on the various methods to manage similar conditions. There will also be live surgery broadcast with the aim of highlighting difficulties that may arise and how to manage them in real time, as well as re-live broadcast of recorded procedures and demonstration of cutting edge techniques presented by their inventors. The educational experience will be complemented by hands-on cadaver practice using the most modern arthroscopic and open surgical techniques.

The theoretical part of ASC will be hosted at the Athens Royal Olympic Hotel on 5-7 February, while the practice sessions will be held at the Athens University Medical School Anatomy Lab on 8 February.

The Special Physio Workshop will take place at the same time as the ASC for a second year running. It is addressed to physiotherapists, and it is dedicated to the well-rounded presentation of conditions following surgery and the in-depth analysis of rehabilitation methods. The Workshop will be hosted at the Athens University Medical School Physiology Auditorium on 8 February.

As noted by the Chairman of the Athens Shoulder Course, Mr Emmanouil Antonogiannakis, Orthopedic Specialist and Director of the HYGEIA Hospital 3rd Orthopedic Clinic, “To promote orthopedic science and the art of surgery, you ought to exchange views with your colleagues, share your experience, seek the best solutions for your patients’ problems and transfer your knowledge to the younger colleagues, so they may apply the most modern practices effectively.

We are extremely fortunate to have all these distinguished scientists visit Greece, at a time when Orthopedics are changing at lightning speed due to their interaction with the advancements in technology.”

On his part, the Chairman of the ASC Organizing and Scientific Committee, Mr Emmanouil Brilakis, Orthopedic Specialist and Associate Director of the HYGEIA Hospital 3rd Orthopedic Clinic, noted, “This year’s effort aims to bring together experienced orthopedic specialists from around the globe, so they may share their knowledge, experience and concerns. It also aims to establish a common code with physiotherapists, by explaining to them the modern surgical techniques and learning from them the latest developments in rehabilitation. The high attendance rewards and renews our efforts.”

 

For further information, please visit: www.athens-shoulder-course.com