CERVOS MASTER CLASS 05/26/2021: Percutaneous Bone Grafting: MIS Advancements for Orthopedics
Recent randomized controlled trials covering several hundred patients with approximately 15 year follow up have documented that biologic repair accomplished by transplanting marrow from the axial skeleton to atrophied tissue for patients with various orthopedic maladies in bone or at the bone and soft tissue interface is possible. These studies focused on osteoarthritis, osteonecrosis, nonunion and rotator cuff repair. This masterclass focused on the latest advancements in knee joint preservation and nonunion that demonstrate how to incorporate this proof of concept work into your practice using Cervos proprietary tools and techniques.
CERVOS MASTER CLASS 03/16/2021: Advancements in Joint Preservation
Recent randomized controlled trials covering several hundred patients with approximately 15 year follow up have documented that biologic repair of subchondral lesions for patients with osteoarthritis and osteonecrosis is a viable alternative to total knee arthroplasty. Please join Cervos Co-founder Harlan Adler, alongside Dr. Jeff Chabot and world renowned surgeons, Dr. Anil Ranawat, Dr. Alberto Gobbi, and Dr. Ignacio Dallo, to learn the latest advancements in knee joint preservation and how you can incorporate the insights from this research into your practice with Cervos proprietary tools and techniques.
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