Program

Thursday 21st January – Please see below for Rehab Session running concurrently 9.00-12.30
7.30am OrthoCell Breakfast Workshop
Development of Cell Therapy Options for Hip Tendinopathy: the translation of tendinopathy from pathology to clinical treatment.
8.00 – 8.50 Conference Registration
9.00 – 9.15 Introduction and welcome John O’Donnell
9.15 – 10.30 LABRUM
Why labral preservation is critical
Anatomic labral repair-maintain the seal
Clinical outcomes after labral repair
Complications of labral repair
Which suture anchors I use and why
Labral reconstruction-when and how
Discussion
Chair: John O’Donnell
Marc Safran
Benjamin Domb
Bjorn Smith
Damian Griffin
Tony Andrade
Mat Brick
BREAK
11.15 – 12.30 CARTILAGE
MR advances in cartilage imaging
Pre-op assessment of cartilage damage
How should we grade cartilage damage?
Microfracture-results and enhancement
Cartilage flaps-can they be repaired?
Stem cells-can they repair cartilage?
Discussion
Chair: Jit Balakumar
Peter Smith
Chuck Cakic
Tomas Amenabar
Benjamin Domb
Marc Safran
Parm Singh
LUNCH
2.00 – 3.15 IMPINGEMENT
FAI surgery-does it delay OA?
Where does the bump come from?
Motion imaging-MR and CT
Femoral torsion disorders in FAI
Femoral torsion disorders-osteotomy
Contraindications to FAI surgery
Discussion
Chair: Parm Singh
Martin Beck
Cam Fary
John O’Donnell
Martin Beck
Jit Balakumar
Richard Field
BREAK
3.45 – 5.30
Vital aspects of treating cams
Vital aspects of treating pincer lesions
Do we need to take down the labrum?
Subspine impingement
Ischio-femoral impingement
Gluteal tendinopathy-conservative treatment
Glut tendinopathy-Topaz microtenotomy
Gluteal tendon repair
Discussion
Chair: Phong Tran
Benjamin Domb
Marc Safran
Damian Griffin
Panayiotis Cristofilopoulos
Chuck Cakic
Jane Fitzpatrick
Parm Singh
Benjamin Domb

Friday 22nd January
7.30am Mathys Breakfast Workshop
Bone Preservation in Primary Hip Arthroplasty
9.00 – 10.25
Is postop physiotherapy beneficial?
Assessment and management of groin pain
When should combined hip and groin surgery be considered
Bilateral surgery
How should we treat the contralateral asymptomatic hip
Pain after FAI surgery
Imaging for pain post-surgery
Discussion
Chair: Al Burns
Amir Takla
Peter Braun
Chuck Cakic
Fabian Kalberer
Tony Andrade
Damian Griffin
Rafal Grabinski
BREAK
11.00 – 12.30 INSTABILITY
Borderline acetabular coverage
Role of arthroscopy in dysplasia
Non-bony forms of instability
Is closure of the capsulotomy always necessary?
Lig Teres-role, assessment and treatment
Can we recognise a tear of LT?
Indications and techniques of LT reco
Discussion
Chair: Brian Devitt
Martin Beck
Frederic Laude
Marc Safran
Richard Field
John O’Donnell
Brian Devitt
Richard Field
LUNCH
2.00 – 3.20 EXRA-ARTICULAR
Psoas tendon problems-conservative treatment
Psoas tendon pathology-surgical treatment
Sciatic nerve compression
Hamstrings and deep gluteal space
Use of Ultrasound to investigate and treat groin pain
Arthroscopy after THR
Discussion
Chair: Tao Shan Lim
Chris Bradshaw
Tony Andrade
Mat Brick
Damian Grifffin
Cheryl Bass
David Young
BREAK
4.00 – 5.00
Problems of FAI surgery
Oxford Trial
FASHiON
Complications and how to avoid them
Computer planning software decreases revision HA rate
Discussion
CLOSING REMARKS
Chair: Mat Brick
Ian Harris
Tony Andrade
Damian Griffin
Panayiotis Cristofilopoulos
Al Burns
John O’Donnell


Rehab Session
9.00 – 10.20 Hip pain in the tennis athlete
Impariments after hip arthroscopy – guiding best-evidence rehabilitation
An osteopathic approach to FAI
Strength impairments in FAI – results and implications of an exploratory study
Amir Takla
Dr Joanne Kemp
David Collosimo
Laura Diamond
BREAK
11.00 – 12.30 Hip Instability: clinical reasoning for assessment and management decision making
Topic TBC
Leanne Rath
David Francis
Panel discussion