Preservation in motion - How to mobilize patients after a hip reconstruction


Sponsored by Mathys

This session from the PCO Course 2023 contains the following interventions:

  • Introduction
  • Expert opinion: The reason why I conduct day surgery
  • Expert opinion: The reason why I don't conduct day surgery
  • Moderated plenary discussion - supported by polling questions
  • Potential benefits of new implants in short and long-term outcomes 
  • Closing remarks and take-home messages
CHU Toulouse, FRANCE
Course Director

Professor Reina is Head of Hip and Trauma department, of the University Hospital in Toulouse, France. He holds a PhD in Anthropobiology. He completed a fellowship in Oxford, UK and worked in Mayo Clinic, Rochester for research.

His main focus is hip & pelvis surgery. His clinical practice comprises conservative surgery, primary and complex revision total hip arthroplasty as well as trauma for complex acetabular fractures.

Board member of French Hip Knee Surgery, he is also member of the European Hip Society and the International Board of the American Association of Hip Knee Surgeons. He published more than 150 peer reviewed publications and book chapters, and lectured in various international conferences. His research interests integrate big data in orthopedics, modern care in hip surgery such as minimally invasive techniques, and musculoskeletal system’s ability to adapt to its environment (biomechanics and anthropological variability).

Indianapolis, UNITED STATES
CEO - Indiana Joint replacement Institute

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