Posts Tagged ‘rotator interval’

Dr Lo Addresses The North Pacific Orthopaedic Society

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Dr Lo has recently presented at the North Pacific Orthopaedic Society, Seattle, WA, Sept 15, 2012. Dr Lo’s keynote address reviewed his thoughts on “Optimizing Non-operative and Operative Treatment Of Partial Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears”.

Dr Lo Speaks At The San Diego Shoulder Course

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Dr Lo has recently presented at the 29th Annual San Diego Shoulder Course: Arthroscopy, Arthroplasty, Fracture, San Diego, CA, June 20-23, 2012.  This annual shoulder course is the pre-eminent shoulder educational course in North America with faculty and participants from around the world. Dr Lo presented on his thoughts on “Arthroscopic Approach to Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: Recognition and Releases” and “Arthroscopic Instability Repair: The Classic Bankart Repair”.

Dr Lo Serves As Master Instructor For Arthrocare Shoulder Arthroscopy Academy In Sydney, Australia

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Dr Lo recently served as the Master Instructor for the Arthrocare Shoulder Arthroscopy Academy in Sydney, AUS on March 2-3, 2012. This two day course included faculty and participants from Asia, Australia and New Zealand and was held at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine. This comprehensive course  included presentations, cadaver labs, case and panel discussions and live surgery and participants learned the most advanced techniques and tips and tricks of arthroscopic shoulder surgery. Dr Lo gave several presentations including “The Classic Bankart Repair: Pearls For Reproducible Arthroscopic Repair”, “Arthroscopic Revision Instability Repair – Evaluation & Treatment”, “The Rotator Interval- Much Ado About Nothing”, “Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Single Row, Double Row & Back Again”, “Simplifying Arthroscopic Subscapularis repair: Secrets Of The Comma Sign & Releases”, and “Arthroscopic Revision Rotator Cuff Repair: Complex Releases & Augmentation”.

Dr Lo Presenting At Boston Shoulder And Sports Symposium

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Dr Lo is traveling this weekend to the Boston Shoulder and Sports Symposium. He will be speaking on “Arthroscopic Subscapularis Tendon Repair: Technique and Pearls” and “The Rotator Interval: What to do”. This unique symposium gather orthopaedists, sport medicine physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers and other health care professionals in a multi-disciplinary approach to complex shoulder and sports injuries.