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knee biomechanics




Improve your TKR outcomes: 
basic science 
to

 practical tips



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In association with Orthopaedic Research UK


ORUK is a charitable organisation funding high quality research and education into MSK science.





Join our expert faculty for this 60 minute session delivered in partnership between orthohub and ORUK to explore the basic science of TKRs and the application of this knowledge in to clinical practice to optimise our surgeries and TKR outcomes.

We will explore

     - approaches, exposures, and releases

     - the biomechanics of TKRs and what to say in the FRCS orth viva

     - posterior stabilised vs cruciate retaining

     - the implications and effects of offset, sizing and radius of curvature

     - balancing and alignment of TKRs and how best to do it

     - plus more practical guidance, tips and tricks for success.

  

Wednesday, 10th June at 8pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!





Pre-webinar cases


take a look and think about these pre-webinar cases. These cases are carefully chosen to help you activate your prior knowledge and take your learning a step further.




Faculty





Jehangir Mahaluxmivala


Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon


Princess Alexandra Hospital - Harlow





Satish Kutty


Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon


Princess Alexandra Hospital - Harlow





Sebastian Dawson Bowling


Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon


Royal London Hospital, Bart's Health






Kash Akhtar

Host


orthohub team member






Mike Barrett

Facilitator


orthohub team member





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