08:00 – 10:00 S1 – Dysplasia
S1.1 ICL What do we really know about natural history and prognosis after surgery?
S1.2 ICL Can we treat mild and moderate dysplasia by muscle strengthening?
S1.3 ICL The role of arthroscopy, alone or in combination with reorientation?
S1.4 ICL Reorientation surgery: How to do it now, and how could we make it better?
S1.5 FP TBC
S1.6 FP TBC
S1.7 FP TBC
S1.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S2 – Inguinal-related groin pain
S2.1 ICL Making a diagnosis, and distinguishing from other causes of groin pain
S2.2 ICL Is it linked to hip pathology? The limited ROM hypothesis
S2.3 ICL Laparoscopic surgery: Inguinal ligament releases, mesh, TAPP and TEP
S2.4 ICL Open surgery: Are all the different techniques the same, or different?
S2.5 FP TBC
S2.6 FP TBC
S2.7 FP TBC
S2.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S3 – Femoral torsion
S3.1 ICL Why is torsion important? How much does it contribute to FAI syndrome?
S3.2 ICL How can we measure torsion? Does the level matter?
S3.3 ICL When does arthroscopic treatment make sense (in combination or alone)?
S3.4 ICL Pros and cons of different osteotomy techniques
S3.5 FP TBC
S3.6 FP TBC
S3.7 FP TBC
S3.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 S4 – The Hip in Sport
S4.1 ICL Athletics: Running and jumping
S4.2 ICL Football: Cutting and twisting
S4.3 ICL Ballet: Maximum range
S4.4 ICL Rowing & lifting: loaded flexion
S4.5 FP TBC
S4.6 FP TBC
S4.7 FP TBC
S4.8 FP TBC
08:00 – 10:00 UW1 – Hip & Groin Ultrasound Workshop
10:00 – 10:30 Refreshment Break, Trade Exhibition and Posters
10:30 – 12:30 PL1 – Opening & Welcome
Welcome To Madrid
Welcome To ISHA 2019
This year’s theme is ‘The Hip Preservation Team’
Hip Preservation Around the World
PL1.1 Updates from the national registries
PL1.2 International variation in hip preservation
PL1.3 The contribution of the Spanish-speaking world to hip preservation
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 1 – Evidence in FAI syndrome
Should we treat patients with FAI syndrome with arthroscopy or physiotherapy?
16:00 – 16:30 Refreshment Break, Trade Exhibition and Posters
16:30 – 18:30 S5 – Hip instability
S5.1 ICL Traumatic instability: management of subluxation and dislocation in sport
S5.2 ICL Micro-instability: how can we define this?
S5.3 ICL How do physiotherapists assess instability of a hip, and how do we treat it?
S5.4 ICL Arthroscopic soft tissue surgery for instability
S5.5 FP TBC
S5.6 FP TBC
S5.7 FP TBC
S5.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S6 – Posterior Hip Pain
S6.1 ICL Assessment and diagnosis for posterior hip pain
S6.2 ICL Endoscopic deep gluteal space exploration: technique and results
S6.3 ICL Ischiofemoral impingement
S6.4 ICL Endoscopic hamstring repair
S6.5 FP TBC
S6.6 FP TBC
S6.7 FP TBC
S6.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S7 – The Capsule
S7.1 ICL Developing ideas on anatomy and function
S7.2 ICL Approaches to capsulotomy
S7.3 ICL Techniques for capsular repair: when and how?
S7.4 ICL When do we need capsular shift or reconstruction? Does it work?
S7.5 FP TBC
S7.6 FP TBC
S7.7 FP TBC
S7.8 FP TBC
16:30 – 18:30 S8 – Planning, navigation and robotics
S8.1 ICL Advanced imaging
S8.2 ICL Planning for FAI
S8.3 ICL Navigation
S8.4 ICL Robotic assistance
S8.5 FP TBC
S8.6 FP TBC
S8.7 FP TBC
S8.8 FP TBC
14:00 – 16:00 UW2 – Hip & Groin Ultrasound Workshop
18:30 – 21:00 Welcome Reception