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2nd Annual Seattle Lower Extremity Surgery Symposium (SLESS)

Highline Medical Center Burien | Burien, USA
From 200 to 300 USD
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Title: 2nd Annual Seattle Lower Extremity Surgery Symposium (SLESS)
Specialty: General Surgery
Dates: From Mar, 2, 2018 to Mar, 3, 2018
Location: Burien, USA
Type: Course
Registration Cost: From 200 to 300 USD
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Highline Medical Center Burien

Burien, USA Visit the Venue to read more


CPME Approved, AMA Category 1 Pending

**with a letter from Director. Lectures Only. Workshops not available to Residents.

† Participant will need to complete a qualifying assessment upon enrollment. Acceptance into this course will be based on participant's prior surgical qualifications.

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Join us for the 2nd Annual Seattle Lower Extremity Surgery Symposium—SLESS offers continuing medical education on surgical techniques for lower extremity trauma and reconstruction. SLESS is a 2-day course, featuring one day of didactic lectures and one day of cadaveric skills sessions. Learn from a faculty of leading (MD and DPM) lower extremity surgeons.

This very popular course provides surgical exposure and hands-on training in external fixation, total ankle replacement, Charcot Reconstruction, and muscle flap techniques.

At the conclusion of the course, participants will have an understanding of:

Total ankle replacement, revision and fusion

Talectomy and TC fusion techniques

Charcot reconstruction with beaming rods and external fixation

Anatomical considerations for muscle flap procedures

Muscle flap techniques for soleus, gastrocnemius and peroneus brevis flaps

Muscle flap stabilization with external fixation

General nerve application for the lower extremity

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Late Registration From: 2017-12-09 To: 0--
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Group registrations not allowed

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Contact No.: 425.252.1235,866.286.6973


Sponsors / Supporters

The Rhett Foundation

The Rhett Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of podiatric medical education with emphasis on podiatric dermatology. This self-funded Foundation is the brainchild of Bradley Bakotic, DPM, DO and Joseph “Jody” Hackel, MD, being created as a means of giving back to the podiatric profession after more than a decade of inspiring support. With the help of its additional Contributing Founder G. Dock Dockery, DPM (others to be added over the following year), The Rhett Foundation will provide educational grants for non-profit educational meetings, use its resources to improve education at the University level, fund research, author the first comprehensive textbook on podiatric dermatology, and launch a podiatric dermatology learning center to further the dermatological education of both residents and practicing clinicians, at little or no charge. We believe in loyalty, and we believe in giving back; it’s as simple as that!

The Rhett Foundation for the Advancement of Podiatric Medical Education
15765 Hamby Rd., Alpharetta, GA 30004
Direct: 770-360-9812
Cell: 770-316-5093
Fax: 770-360-9813


Paragon 28

Paragon 28 aims to strategically build a company around the core principles that drive innovation and quality. We work relentlessly to advance the science behind foot & ankle surgery. P28 is passionate about blending different surgical philosophies from various global thought leaders to develop biomechanically and clinically relevant surgical solutions. We are committed to creating complete surgeon-centric systems, specialty instruments, and next generation implants to solve real world issues faced by foot & ankle Surgeons. Paragon 28 currently supplies a full array of next generation plates, screws, biologics, and bone wedges and is constantly adding to its robust product portfolio.

4B Inverness Ct. E, Ste 280
Englewood, CO 80112


Sole Supports, Inc

Sole Supports, Inc, a privately owned and operated company, was founded by Dr. Edward S. Glaser, DPM in 1992. Our mission is to produce the most functional custom foot orthotic available anywhere, in order to prevent, reverse or comfortably manage many common foot, lower extremity and spine pain syndromes, deformities and functional deficiencies. The theory behind our product is unique: we look at managing foot biomechanics from an engineering perspective. This means that we are determined to actually change the functional posture of the foot in the over-pronator, enabling the healthy levels of supination required for non-pathological gait. For the more rigidly set over-supinator, we make a full contact support that disperses plantar pressures evenly, alleviating the "tripod" force concentrations that can be progressively traumatic. To achieve these goals, we have developed new manufacturing processes, especially digital shell calibration, unique to the custom orthotic industry.

Toll Free: 1-888-650-7653 ext 113
7674 Hwy 7
Lyles, TN 37098

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