Time Topic Speaker
  SESSION 2: POSTEROLATERAL CORNER INJURIES
Conveners: Martin Lind, Nilesh Kamat
 
09:00 - 09:45 Live Surgery 3: PLC Reconstruction (Modified Larson) with Revision ACL Reconstruction
Moderators: Hayden Morris & Nilesh Kamat
Surgeons: Deepak Chaudhary & Deepak Joshi
 
09:45 - 09:53 Anatomy of the lateral side Charles Brown
09:53 - 10:01 Clinically relevant biomechanics of the posterolateral structures Alan Getgood
10:01 - 10:09 Acute PLC repair Roshan Wade
10:09 - 10:17 Management of nerve deficit associated with PLC injury Dinshaw Pardiwala
10:17 - 10:37 PLC reconstruction – Who gets what and why
• Modified Clancy Reconstruction
• Modified Larson Reconstruction
• Anatomic LaPrade Reconstruction
Bhushan Sabnis
Hayden Morris
Charles Brown
10:37 - 10:45 Rehabilitation after PLC surgery Luke O’Brien
10:45 - 10:50 Popliteus - The forgotten brother in PLC injuries Bancha Chernchujit
10:50 - 11:40 Live Surgery 4: Arthroscopic Popliteus reconstruction with PCL Reconstruction
Moderators: James Robinson & Roshan Wade
Surgeon: Bancha Chernchujit
 
11:40 - 13:00 Live Surgery 5: Double Bundle PCL Reconstruction with Anatomic LaPrade PLC Reconstruction
Moderators: Julian Feller & Raghuveer Reddy
Surgeons: Charles Brown & Alan Getgood
 
13:00 - 13:45 LUNCH  
  SESSION 3: THE MEDIAL SIDE
Conveners: Hayden Morris & Himanshu Gupta
 
13:45 - 14:15 Live Surgery 6: Danish MCL reconstruction with PCL Reconstruction
Moderators: Charles Brown, James Robinson
Surgeons: Martin Lind & Sachin Tapasvi
 
14:15 - 14:23 Anatomy of the medial side Charles Brown
14:23 - 14:31 Clinically relevant biomechanics of the medial structures James Robinson
14:31 - 14:39 Non-operative treatment of MCL injuries Luke O’Brien
14:39 - 14:47 Acute MCL repair - When and how? Rik Kundra
14:47 - 14:55 Anatomic medial reconstruction Charles Brown
14:55 - 15:07 Treatment algorithm for medial sided injuries Martin Lind
  SESSION 4: MULTIPLE-LIGAMENT INJURIES
Conveners: Alan Getgood & Dinshaw Pardiwala
 
15:10 - 15:18 Assessment and primary management of the multiple-ligament injured (dislocated) knee Arumugam S.
15:18 - 15:26 Primary repair of MLKI - Is there a role? Alan Getgood
15:26 - 15:34 Graft options in multiple-ligament reconstructions Neil Jain
15:34 - 15:42 How to avoid tunnel convergence in multiple-ligament reconstructions James Robinson
15:42 - 15:50 Tensioning sequence in multiple-ligament reconstructions Charles Brown
15:50 - 15:58 The neglected dislocated knee Bancha Chernchujit
15:58 - 16:15 The role of osteotomy in the management of chronic multiple-ligament injuries Ronald Van Heerwaarden
16:15 - 16:45 Live clinical examination of MLKI
Case 1 - Post KD V residual instability with shortening: Bhushan Sabnis
Case 2 - Post KD V-C residual subluxation with varus deformity: Ronald Van Heerwaarden
Expert Panel:
Julian Feller
Alan Getgood
Martin Lind
Arumugam S.
Ronald Van Heerwaarden
Bhushan Sabnis
16:45 - 17:30 Staying out of trouble while performing multiligament reconstruction
  1. Acute ACL-MCL-PCL tear: Raju Easwaran
  2. ORIF proximal tibia with malunion with residual laxity: Ramachandran Ramakanth
  3. 3 ligament tear: Mukesh Laddha
  4. 3 ligament tear with foot drop: Prashant Parate
Expert Panel:
Raju Easwaran
Martin Lind
Julian Feller
Hayden Morris
Bancha Chernchujit
Neil Jain

Disclaimer: Pune Knee Course (PKC) is organized for educational purpose only. The opinions expressed by the Faculty and participants during the course are their personal views and are for general information and understanding only and not specific therapeutic advice. These opinions are not substitute for competent professional advice. The organizers of PKC do not endorse any opinion and should not be held liable for the same. The Live Surgical demonstrations are subject to availability of appropriate patient cases.