The Gold Coast area hosted the first AO Recon course to ever take place in Australia this past August. Over four days, topics on complex fractures, including arthroplasty following hip and knee trauma, infection, and related issues were discussed at the collaborative AO Trauma/AO Recon course.more
Orthopedic surgeons with advanced specialization and experience were especially attracted to the AO Recon symposium at the XIIth annual congress of the ELCCR (Encuentro Latinoamericano de Cirujanos de Cadera y Rodilla) in Cartagena, Colombia. Correspondingly, sessions on periprosthetic fractures and joint preservation led to lively discussions.more
Those who registered early enough to snag one of the 60 bookable seats, came to enjoy a highly instructive two-days principles course, supported by former AO president Jaime Quintero.more
Following the successful collaboration at COMOC in Cape Town, AO Trauma and AO Recon faculty successfully joined forces for the second time at the 17th EFORT Congress in Geneva.more
The 2016 COMOC marked the first of a series of events where AO Recon will join forces with AO Trauma to offer an exciting symposium ranging from pure trauma to revision arthroplasty.more
The latest issue of the American Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery features two publications from three people who are highly involved in the AO Recon initiative: Philipp von Roth, Matthew Abdel and Daniel Berry.more
The Arthroplasty Society in Asia (ASIA) partnered with AO Recon to hold the second ASIA meeting on November 6-8, 2014 in Seoul (KR).more
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