• Intertrochanteric fractures

    Dr Roy Sanders.

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    For the challenge of intertrochanteric fracture, Dr Roy Sanders explores clinical evidence and surgical experience of the TRIGEN™ INTERTAN™ Intramedullary Nailing System. With a detailed analysis of how device design and an interlocking screw mechanism affect strength, stability, and rotation - compared to other solutions – Dr Sanders shares a number of case examples.

  • Treating Femoral Neck Fractures

    Dr Daniel Chan and Mr Stephen Mitchell.

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    A discussion on the effective approaches to classify, treat, and manage femoral neck fracture. Examining different patient profiles, challenges, and implant options, the faculty outline treatment algorithms and techniques to optimise fixation and improve outcomes; including a case-based analysis of how the CONQUEST FN system compares to other solutions.

  • Hip and Knee Periprosthetic Fractures

    Dr Tracey Watson and Dr David Watson.

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    A detailed analysis of the surgical techniques, fixation solutions, and biomechanical considerations for hip and knee periprosthetic fractures. Outlining classifications and evaluation guidance, the faculty discuss how various challenges and risk factors can influence treatment and implant selection, and the potential impact on outcomes and costs.

  • Complex Pilon Fracture with EVOS Small Plating Systems

    Dr Ravi Karia and Mr Alexander Trompeter.

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    Examining the challenges in complex pilon fracture, the faculty explore key principles and effective treatment strategies. Outlining the history and evolution of surgical and assessment techniques, they use patient case studies to demonstrate classification, treatment choice, and the use of IM nailing and EVOS™ small plating systems to address various challenges.

  • Strategies for managing complex proximal tibia fractures

    Dr Animesh Agarwal and Mr Alexander Trompeter.

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    A discussion on surgical approaches and fixation techniques to address complex proximal tibial fractures. With a detailed overview of classifications, anatomy, and fracture patterns, the faculty use patient case studies to highlight how different strategies and solutions – including small plating, nailing, and external fixation – can be used to address challenges and complications.

  • Optimising Outcomes in Femoral and Tibial Shaft Fracture

    Dr John Munz and Dr Sean Pretorius..

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    Focusing on complex tibial and femoral shaft fractures, this case-based session outlines how surgical approach, fixation device, and technique choice can influence outcomes. With guidance for classification and evaluation, the faculty debates various approaches, potential pitfalls and complications, and the effective use of intramedullary nailing systems.

  • Managing Complications - Non-unions and Malunions

    Dr Franz Birkholtz, Dr Janet Conway, and Mr Nima Heidairi.

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  • Optimising Fracture Management - Proximal Humerus Fractures

    Mr Daniel Engelke and Dr Charles Ogburn.

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    This session highlights how to classify, formulate a successful treatment plan, and identify the correct surgical approach for complex proximal humerus fracture. In the context of various challenges, complications, and patient risk factors, the faculty share technique tips and guidance for the use of nailing and small plating systems.

  • Optimising Fracture Management - Polytrauma

    Dr Clifford Jones and Mr Michael Pearse.

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    A focus on how to classify cases of polytrauma, and the key management principles that guide an effective treatment plan. With an analysis of the various concepts and potential controversies, the faculty presents a step-by-step approach to various case studies; including considerations for various challenges, and guidance for when to use small plating, nailing, and external fixators.

  • The use of mini Fragment plating for advanced reduction techniques

    Dr Michael Kelly and Dr William Ricci.

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    A discussion of complex, multi-fragment and unstable fractures, exploring treatment strategies and techniques for reduction. Presenting a series of patient case studies, the faculty outlines the appropriate use of mini fragment plating and nailing systems, and the various complications and risk factors that determine surgical approach.