Course Details

Course:The 2018 Adult Hip Symposium
Date:19 November 2018
Course convened by:Mr Ajay Malviya and Mr Giles Stafford


The 2018 Adult Hip Symposium is a one-day meeting aimed at those who wish to discuss current approaches to the treatment of young adult hip pathology and how these concepts may shape the future of arthroscopic hip repair techniques. Discussion topics will include advanced labral management, hip instability and outcomes data. There will also be opportunity to discuss difficult case studies provided by faculty and delegates.

The symposium is aimed at those who independently perform hip arthroscopy and have an interest in advancing the breadth and complexity of the procedures they regularly perform. (Minimum of 20 independent scopes performed )

Includes course materials, lunch and refreshments.

There is no registration course associated with the symposium. Delegates will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation (where appropriate).


08:30 Arrival, Tea & Coffee

08:45 Welcome & Introduction

09:00 Femoral Osteochondroplasty - How Much Is Enough?

09:45 The Pincer Lesion- When Is A Pincer A Pincer? Tips & Tricks For Management

10:30 Break

10:45 Labral Tears- Do All Need Repairing?

11:30 Cartilage Lesions - Management Options

12:15 The Role Of Hip Arthroscopy In OA

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Capsular Management - Large Capsulotomy and Capsular Closure?

14:30 Borderline Dysplasia - Osteotomy Or Arthroscopy?

15:15 Break

15:30 Investigations - X-ray, CT, MRI, Motion Analyses

16:15 Peri-Articular Pathologies - Conservative/Operative Management

17:00 Research and outcomes - opportunities for collaborative efforts

17:45 Close & Depart

Venue:Pall Mall - The Royal Automobile Club, 89 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5HS


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