|The 2013 Course was an extremely successful event with 270 attendees from 35 countries and 27 states in the U.S. Our world-renowned faculty lectured on topics such as using the Ponseti method to treat clubfoot, correcting deformities with the Taylor Spatial Frame, assessing limb alignment, planning deformity correction, measuring limb length discrepancy, and performing fixator-assisted nailing and plating. We also held a hands-on cadaver lab and multiple saw bone labs that allowed participants to gain experience with different devices and techniques.
We thank our corporate sponsors, faculty, publishing team and volunteers for making this Course possible.
Please continue to check this web site for information about the 24th Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course to be held in 2014.
Everyone extremely friendly and knowledgeable, learned tons. Excellent Course! Thanks!
As a first year resident, I learned so much! Everything was well explained and easy to understand. The pictures/videos were very helpful. I look forward to utilizing what I learned today throughout my residency and later in practice! Thank you!
I appreciated the change from saw bones to the virtual lab. I found it faster and easier to cover more material. Overall, easier to focus on speaker.
Great course. I would recommend all practitioners to have a refresher course such as this one.
Please contact Madeline Bacon with any questions about the Baltimore Limb Deformity Course.
Mail: The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215, USA
We would like to thank these organizations for their support of the 2013 Baltimore Limb Deformity Course:
Smith & Nephew
Wright Medical Technology
The MHE Coalition