• Hip Repair Continuum of Care: Labrum Management - AM Session

    Dr Scott Faucett and Dr Anil Ranawat.

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    The continuum of care discussion continues with an examination of the labrum’s biomechanical function, and a comparison of repair and reconstruction techniques. Outlining how to classify labrum tears and chondro-labral injury, the faculty discusses treatment algorithms and technique tips – including debridement, graft preparation, and anchor fixation - for joint stability.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care: Labrum Management - PM Session

    Dr Rob Westermann and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Further in-depth analysis of hip labrum structure and function examines repair and reconstruction techniques for various injuries. Discussing preferred approaches and instrumentation, the faculty shares insights on suturing, anchoring, graft selection, and debridement; in the context of factors such as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) and labral seal preservation.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care: Managing the Acetabulum - AM Session

    Dr Anil Ranawat and Dr Benjamin Petre.

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    Focusing on the structure and biomechanical function of the acetabulum, the faculty discusses surgical approaches and potential challenges in reconstruction. With guidance for injury classification, they share insights on pre-operative planning, rim resection and decompression, capsular elevation, and labral re-fixation using various patient case studies.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care: Managing the Acetabulum - PM Session

    Dr Patrick Birmingham and Dr Chris Larson.

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    This session focuses on key considerations and effective approaches to acetabular reconstruction. Using patient case studies, the faculty shares insights on how to approach challenges such as pincer lesions, rim deformity and fracture, and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI); with technique tips for achieving normal acetabular coverage.

  • Managing CAM Deformities - AM Session

    Dr JW Thomas Byrd and Dr Anil Ranawat.

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    Exploring the cause of CAM deformities, and the reasons for repair or reconstruction, the faculty discusses preferred surgical approaches and instrumentation. In the wider context of labrum repair and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), they outline tips and pitfalls for factors such as resection, intraoperative dynamic assessment, capsulotomy and osteoplasty.

  • Managing CAM Deformities – PM Session

    Dr JW Thomas Byrd and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Continuing the discussion on effective approaches and potential challenges of CAM lesions and deformities, the faculty shares tips and insights on preoperative assessment and surgical technique. Outlining the implications of this type of femoroacetabular impingement, they compare open and arthroscopic techniques and how to achieve accurate correction. 

  • My Take on Hip Arthroscopy

    Dr Anil Ranawat and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Mr Richard Villar BSc MA MS FRCS recounts his extensive experience of hip arthroscopy. Overviewing the evolution of practice, he references relevant evidence and case studies – along with peer-to-peer discussion - to outline the merits of different surgical approaches to challenges such osteoarthritis, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and dysplasia.

  • Capsular Management: Hip Dysplasia - AM Session

    Dr Travis Matheney, Dr Anil Ranawat and Dr Chris Larson.

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    A case-based panel review of the optimal approaches to classify, treat, and manage hip dysplasia. Outlining biomechanical function and various patient risk factors, the faculty compares various techniques and instrumentation in the context of a number of potential complications.

  • Capsular Management: Revision Arthroscopy – PM Session

    Dr Jorge Chahla and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Focusing on failed hip primaries and achieving successful revision, the panel discusses a number of surgical approaches and potential pitfalls. In the context of various complications - such as dysplasia, impingement, bone deformity, or osteoarthritis – they share technique guidance using patient case studies and arthroscopic footage.

  • Hip Arthroscopy & Treating Dysplasia

    Dr Anil Ranawat, and Dr Chris Larson, Dr Josip Cakic, and Dr Travis Matheney.

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    An exploration of effective approaches, techniques and instrumentation for arthroscopic hip revision, and the appropriate use of corrective osteotomy. Sharing insights and guidance for optimal imaging, the faculty shares tips and pearls for labral repair, dysplasia, instability, and femoroacetabular impingement.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care – Capsular Management: Part 1

    Dr Marc Safran, Dr Anil Ranawat, and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Covering the key anatomical considerations of the capsule, the faculty debates the appropriate circumstances for capsulotomy and technique tips for success. Demonstrating capsular management and repair– including when to augment or reconstruct - using patient case studies, they share insights on assessment, rehabilitation, and re-injury.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care – Capsular Management: Part 2

    Dr Robert Boykin, Dr Chris Larson and Dr Anil Ranawat.

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    Continuing the discussion on effective capsular management, the expert faculty explores key technical tips and pearls for successful repair; including insights and considerations for capsulotomy. Outlining the biomechanical implications of various approaches, they discuss challenges such as capsular deficiency, instability, and dysplasia.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care – The Dysplastic Hip: Part 1

    Dr Anil Ranawat and Dr Josip ‘Chuck’ Cakic.

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    An in-depth analysis of pre-operative assessment and arthroscopic surgical approaches to treat the dysplastic hip. Sharing guidance for an effective imaging work-up and intraoperative technique tips – including labral repair and cam decompression – the faculty debates circumstances that lead to corrective osteotomy and key factors for decision-making.

  • Hip Repair Continuum of Care – The Dysplastic Hip: Part 2

    Dr Travis Matheney and Dr Chris Larson.

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    Further discussion on how to assess, treat, and manage hip dysplasia, including guidance for when to use arthroscopy and osteotomy. With a detailed overview of dysplasia characteristics, the faculty compares the merits of different surgical approaches - using relevant case examples and clinical evidence – in the context of challenges such as deformity, instability, and dislocation.