Tuesday 6th November 2018 • Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
Combined Bristol & Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Arthritis Symposium
This years meeting takes place in Bristol. Co-convened by the Bristol & Oxford Knee Groups. The Unicompartmental Knee Arthritis Symposium has grown in stature and reputation and is at the forefront of the conference calendar.
The aim of the meeting is to discuss the options currently available for the management of unicompartmental disease of variable severity. Where areas of controversy exist we wish to explore these and aim to stimulate debate with a large amount of time available for discussion and exploration of issues with case based discussion.
Key areas will include:
Osteotomy and or Biologics for the Degenerate Compartment
Osteotomy, single or double level
Focal Resufacing or Biologics for Isolated defects
MACI/ACI for chondralmdefects
Hot Topics in Unicompartmental Knee Surgery
Guidance On UKR from National Orthopaedic Alliance
Building Practice and Increasing Numbers
What Do The Papers Say?
TKR or PFJ for Isolated Patellofemoral Arthritis
Revision UKR to TKR
There will also be representation from many suppliers to the industry, enabling delegates to see first hand the latest products in the market place.
Who should attend
This is a meeting for regular users of partial knee replacement. It is not an instructional course about how to do UKR. Thus it is aimed primarily at:
Specialist Knee Consultants who wish to debate current issues
Orthopaedic Surgeons with and interest in UKR wishing to assess current practice
Knee Fellows / Senior Registrars with an interest in becoming knee consultants
Physiotherapists with an interest in knee rehabilitation
Boasting state-of-the-art equipment, Ashton Gate Stadium Bristol is an excellent location with great transport links, as well as complimentary on-site parking. With the largest indoor pub screen in Europe, Ashton Gate Football Stadium is at the cutting edge of sporting and corporate events.
Bristol course convenors
Will Jackson, Andrew Price, David Murray, Chris Dodd, Nick Bottomley