Dr Jeremy Frank (US)

16 March 2016

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In this video, Dr Jeremy Frank discusses the challenges in today's pediatric hip arthroscopy, why it is more common and what some of the causes are for adolescent hip and groin pain that may vary from the adult patient. During his presentation, he discusses what Pincer and CAM impingement are, their effects on the growing patient, and how to perform a hip arthroscopic surgery on adolescents with a case example.

Presented during:
Wider Scope of Arthroscopy
Smith & Nephew Fellowship Program
Fall session 2015
Andover, MA, USA
13 to 15 September, 2015

Topics covering knee, hip and shoulder arthroscopy from leading faculty.