Organised By

Supported By

Course Highlights

PCL

  • Clinical evaluation of the PCL deficient knee
  • Imaging of the PCL deficient knee – stress x-rays, MRI, Dynamic MRI
  • Who needs a PCL reconstruction?
  • Non surgical treatment of PCL injuries
  • ingle bundle versus double bundle PCL reconstruction

MEDIAL COLLATERAL COMPLEX

  • Structures of the medial collateral complex
  • Clinical examination and radiological evaluation
  • Who needs a primary MCL repair?
  • MCL InternalBrace™
  • MCL reconstruction – techniques and consensus
  • Combined ACL-MCL injured knee – enigma for treatment

PATELLOFEMORAL PATHOLOGY

  • Patello femoral joint anatomy and biomechanics
  • Imaging of the patello femoral joint
  • Anterior knee pain
  • Instability – a practical classifiation and approach
  • Acute patellar dislocation – which needs surgery?
  • Osteochondral fractures
  • 'A la carte' management of patello femoral instability
  • Trochleoplasty and Tibial tubercle osteotomy

MASTER CLASS

  • All we need to know about the Posterolateral Corner Injuries of the Knee
  • How to perform MPFL Reconstruction
  • How to perform PCL Reconstruction
  • Management of the Medial Knee Instability
  • Techniques of Trochleoplasty and TTO

PLC

  • Understanding the anatomy of the Posterolateral corner
  • Imaging of PLC injured knee – stress x-rays, MRI
  • When do we operate on the PLC injured knee?
  • PLC primary repair
  • Fibular or tibial based PLC reconstruction – When, Why and How

MULTILIGAMENT KNEE INJURIES

  • Acute assessment and management
  • Dealing with the pulseless paralysed limb
  • When to offer surgery?
  • Timing of surgery?
  • Neglected Multiligament injured knee
  • Osteotomy – a powerful tool

LIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATIONS

  • PCL hamstrings reconstruction
  • PCL double bundle quad tendon reconstruction
  • Tibial + Fibular based PLC reconstruction
  • MCL repair
  • MCL reconstruction
  • MPFL reconstruction
  • Trochleoplasty
  • Osteotomy for PCL / PLC deicient knee

Welcome

Message

Dear Friends,

Following the resounding success of the 7th Pune Knee Course, 2017 which was a focus meeting on th th ACL and Meniscus Injuries, we are pleased to announce the 4th ISAKOS Knee Course & 8th Pune Knee Course, 2018. This next edition has been planned as a theme meeting on Posterior Cruciate Ligament, Medial Collateral Ligament and Posteromedial Corner, Posterolateral Corner and Patellofemoral Joint.

We believe that a focused meeting on these extremely crucial topics is needed to understand their evolving science of biomechanics, surgery and rehabilitation. We wholeheartedly invite you to this th th st hot meeting in warm Pune, India on the 19th, 20th and 21th April, 2018.


Read More
  • Dr. Parag Sancheti
    Chairman,
    4th ISAKOS Knee Course

  • Dr. Sachin Tapasvi
    Organizing Chairman
    8th Pune Knee Course

  • Prof. Dr. Charlie H. Brown
    Scientific Chairman

Registration

Packages

Overseas Faculty

Contact Us



Pune Knee Course is an educational initiative by:
Tapasvi Charitable and Medical Centre

1268, Shukrawar Peth Lane no: 6, Subhashnagar, Pune: 411002, Maharashtra, India.

Event managed by:
VAMA EVENTS PVT LTD.

Office No 4, Gr. Floor, Anmol Cooperative Housing Society, Sakharam Keer Road, Parallel to L. J. Road, Shivaji Park, Mumbai-400 016 Tel.: + 91 22 2438 3498 Telefax: + 91 22 2438 3499 Email: vamahospitality@hotmail.com