08:00 – 10:00 S9 – Children and Adolescent Hips
Organised by the European Hip Society (EHS)
S9.1 ICL Cam FAI resection in the adolescent – is it to early?
S9.2 ICL Perthes disease – when to intervene
S9.3 ICL SCFE – treatment today
S9.4 ICL DDH – PAO with still open physis
S9.5 FP TBC
S9.6 FP TBC
S9.7 FP TBC
S9.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S10 – Lateral Hip Pain
Organised by the European Society of Sports, Traumatology and Knee Surgery (ESSKA)
S10.1 ICL Pathogenesis and Contemporary Diagnoses for Lateral Hip Pain
S10.2 ICL Rehabilitation, steroid and PRP injections, shockwave: do any of them alter natural history?
S10.3 ICL Arthroscopic Management of Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome and Abductor Tears
S10.4 ICL Open Gluteal Tendon Suture and Tendon Transfer (Whiteside)
S10.5 FP TBC
S10.6 FP TBC
S10.7 FP TBC
S10.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S11 – Labral repair
S11.1 ICL What is it and what does it really do in our patients? Does it just hurt?
S11.2 ICL Where is the evidence now on when to repair or debride?
S11.3 ICL How should we repair the labrum? Dozens of methods: does it matter which we use?
S11.4 ICL When and how do you augment the labrum? Does that work?
S11.5 FP TBC
S11.6 FP TBC
S11.7 FP TBC
S11.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S12 – Communicating Risk and Managing Complications
S12.1 ICL Classifying complications
S12.2 ICL Risks of arthroscopy: what are they and how can I avoid them?
S12.3 ICL Risks of open hip preservation surgery: what are they and how can I avoid them?
S12.4 ICL Consent and the medicolegal enviroment: international comparisons
S12.5 FP TBC
S12.6 FP TBC
S12.7 FP TBC
S12.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 UW3 – Hip & Groin Ultrasound Workshop
10:00 – 10:30 Refreshment Break, Trade Exhibition and Posters
10:30 – 12:30 Debate 2 – Developments in Hip Preservation
Should we be doing more primary labral reconstruction?
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch, Trade Exhibition and Posters
12:45 – 13:35 / 13:55 Industry Sponsored Workshops (incl lunch)
14:00 – 16:00 Debate 3 – Building the Hip Preservation Team
Should we intervene early for the hip at risk?
16:00 – 16:30 Refreshment Break, Trade Exhibition and Posters
16:30 – 18:30 S13 – FAI Surgery
S13.1 ICL Surgical sculpture: performing an ideal arthroscopic cam reshaping
S13.2 ICL Dealing with pincer: To take down the labrum or not?
S13.3 ICL Os acetabuli: different treatments for different sorts
S13.4 ICL Why every patient needs the possibility of surgical dislocation: the best way to do precision surgery?
S13.5 FP TBC
S13.6 FP TBC
S13.7 FP TBC
S13.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S14 – Hip-spine syndrome HSPC
S14.1 ICL The hip can affect the spine
S14.2 ICL The spine can affect the hip
S14.3 ICL Isciofemoral impingement is a connection between hip and spine
S14.4 ICL Osteitis pubis and sacroiliac joint pain: A hip, a spine or a pure pelvic problem
S14.5 FP TBC
S14.6 FP TBC
S14.7 FP TBC
S14.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S15 – Cartilage Injury and Repair
S15.1 ICL How should we image hip cartilage in 2020?
S15.2 ICL Steroid, hyaluronic acid, PRP, and even stem cell injections: what works and when?
S15.3 ICL Microfracture vs the new options: AMIC, MACI and osteochondral grafting
S15.4 ICL The future: what will we be doing in 5 or 10 years?
S15.5 FP TBC
S15.6 FP TBC
S15.7 FP TBC
S15.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S16 – Teamwork and Training
S16.1 ICL Building and working in a multidisciplinary team for diagnosis and clinic care
S16.2 ICL Teamwork for an operation: how to build non-technical skills for faster, safer surgery
S16.3 ICL Why do surgeon, anaesthetist and physio need to be joined at the hip?
S16.4 ICL How do we train this hip preservation team?
S16.5 FP TBC
S16.6 FP TBC
S16.7 FP TBC
S16.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 UW4 – Hip & Groin Ultrasound Workshop
19:30 – 23:00 Congress Gala Dinner (optional ticketed event)
Casino de Madrid
Coaches depart the Melia Castilla