|Course Chair||Prof. Dr. Aseem Parekh
Head of Department of Orthopaedics
BYL Nair Ch. Hospital & T. N. Medical College
|Course Conveners||Dr. Kshitij Chaudhary
Dr. Ghanshyam Kakadiya
|Course Fees:|| Indian Delegate: 3000 + GST (3540)
International Delegate: $100
|Dates:||December 3 - 5, 2020|
|Time:||5:00 - 8:00 pm|
The course will cover all aspects of Idiopathic scoliosis with a focus on adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
After the course the delegates should be able to:
The course is designed for orthopaedic surgeons who are at least 4 years post graduation and are interested to learn the nuances of spinal deformity surgery. This course will be ideal for surgeons who have completed postgraduate training or fellowship in spine surgery and are currently in an independent spine practice.
Registration will close on 7th November 2020
Rs 3000 + GST Includes -
* Delegates have to satisfy the eligibility criteria and acceptance to the course is the prerogative of the course chair and scientific committee.
There are 28 talks by eminent spinal deformity surgeons each of about 10-15 min to be reviewed in a self paced manner after 7th November. The delegates are expected to review all this course material as these will not be repeated during the course. The review of this video material is mandatory to complete this course. In addition, each talk will accompany one or two key review articles in PDF format.
The delegates can participate in a pre-course online workshop
The virtual course is from 3rd Dec to 5th December from 5 pm to 8 pm (3 hours) on Zoom platform. Each day will have a demonstration of a recorded surgery, a guest lecture by an international faculty followed by case discussions. The theme for each day is as follows: Day 1 - adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, Day 2 - early onset idiopathic scoliosis, Day 3 - atypical idiopathic and rigid deformities.
Dr. Manabu Ito
Dr. John Lonstein
Dr. Jwalant Mehta
Day 1 - Dr Manabu Ito (Japan) - Correction Maneuvers for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
Day 2 - Dr John Lonstein (USA) - Juvenile Idiopathic Scoliosis
Day 3 - Dr Jwalant Mehta (UK) - My approach towards a stiff and rigid curve
|1||History and Examination of a Scoliosis Patient|
|2||Radiographic Evaluation and Patient reported Outcome|
|3||Growth and Maturity and Natural history of Idiopathic Scoliosis|
|4||Etiology of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis|
|5||To Brace or Not to Brace|
|8||The future of AIS classifications and EOS|
|9||Indication for Surgery and Selection of levels in AIS|
|10||Corrective surgical maneuvers for AIS|
|11||Implant density - How much is enough?|
|12||Direct Vertebral Rotation - Can it avoid thoracoplasty?|
|13||Using of Sublaminar Wires in AIS correction|
|14||The problem of shoulder balance|
|15||Selective versus non selective fusion for double curve patterns|
|16||Thoracolumbar and Lumbar curves - anterior or posterior?|
|17||Lenke rule breakers|
|18||Blood loss management in Scoliosis Surgery|
|20||Long term outcome and complications of surgery in AIS|
|21||Indications of Vertebral Body Tethering in Idiopathic Scoliosis|
|22||Early Onset Idiopathic Scoliosis - Indications for Casting and Growth Rods|
|23||Atypical curves (Chiari and scoliosis)|
|24||Use of traction in treating large scoliotic curves|
|25||Rigid scoliosis - indications for PCO, anterior release and VCR|
|26||Technical aspects - tips and tricks for VCR for scoliosis|
|27||Difficult pedicle screw instrumentation and salvage techniques|
|28||Competent Preoperative Counseling to Allay Anxiety!|
It needs to be noted that any course of the BOS may be cancelled or postponed or its program may be altered / modified depending upon the situation prevalent in the country in view of the COVID 19 infection, rules and regulations by the Central Government, State Government, Municipal Corporations of the cities in which the courses are held and the institutes in which the courses are conducted.
The Bombay Orthopaedic Society will try and intimate the course delegates in advance in such circumstances. However, it may not be possible for the BOS to intimate or inform the delegates in reasonable time, in case the courses need to be cancelled at a shorter notice.
In such a case, the rules of course fees refund will apply. The BOS or its Executive Council cannot be held liable and responsible for any financial losses, which may result due to course cancellation including travel expenses, residential and logistical expenses. Such Expenses shall not be reimbursed to the delegates.