Bones, Nerves & Bourbon

Lectures, Cadaver Labs, Case Presentations, Q&A Sessions & More

on the Latest Advancements in Foot & Ankle Surgery

3.25-28.2020 LEXINGTON GRIFFIN GATE MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA

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GRAHAM INTERNATIONAL IMPLANT INSTITUTE’S

13th Annual Symposium

3.25-28.2020 LEXINGTON GRIFFIN GATE MARRIOTT RESORT & SPA

The GIII 13th Annual Symposium provides orthopedic & podiatric surgeons with education on new techniques, products and practices related to foot and ankle surgery.

Gain added knowledge about integrative surgical treatment options and enjoy the southern charm of
Lexington, Kentucky! This year’s three-day course offers shorter lecture days, which cover cadaver labs, case studies, debates, practice management strategies, post-op protocols & much more!

Additionally, the symposium takes place at the Lexington Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa, which is located close to downtown Lexington, the Kentucky Horse Park, Keeneland Race Track and the Bourbon Trail.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION | $475

Through February 2, 2020
February 2-March 1, 2020 | Registration $595
Registration Deadline: March 1, 2020

REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • Breakfast & lunch on lecture days
  • CME accreditation
  • Welcome reception
  • Closing ceremony dinner
  • Full admission to all lectures & cadaver labs

SYMPOSIUM OBJECTIVES

  • Examine surgical and conservative care options in the treatment of forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot deformities/disorders
  • Compare, contrast and discuss the various surgical options presented with an emphasis on challenges & avoiding complications
  • Analyze the methods and surgical approaches available to complications and revisional surgery

BOOK YOUR HOTEL STAY

Lexington Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa
1800 Newtown Pike | Lexington, Kentucky 40511
P: 859-231-5100

CONTACT GIII

Training & Events Manager: Susie Ivezaj
E: [email protected]
P: 586-677-9600 ext. 241

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards and requirements for approval of providers of continuing education in podiatric medicine through a joint provider agreement between the William L. Goldfarb Foundation and GIII. The William L. Goldfarb Foundation is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine.

The Graham International Implant Institute is unable to assume risk or responsibility for the exhibitors’ and/or registrants’ time or expenses should an act of God, government action, aviation disruption, disaster, weather, or other force beyond the control of the Graham International Implant Institute make it inadvisable or impossible to conduct this event. The registrant may wish to consider purchasing personal travel insurance to insure his/her expenses. Should you chose to cancel, your registration fee will be refunded if cancellation request is submitted no later than 30 days prior to event (this does not include payment processing fees associated with registering through www.eventbrite.com). There will be a $30 charge for all returned checks.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

THURSDAY
3.26.2020

Health & Economic Impact of Over-pronation
Hyperpronation — Preventive Measures or Wait for Painful Symptoms
Tarsal Coalition — Now What?
Algorithm for the Treatment of Flatfoot
Stand-alone Treatment Options for Flexible Flatfoot
When are Multiple Procedures Needed for the Treatment of Flat Feet?
Post-operative Course for Sinus Tarsi Implants
Preventing & Handling Post-operative Issues with Sinus Tarsi Implants
Use of Regenerative Tissue and Sinus Tarsi Implants
The Role of Foot Orthosis
Conservative Surgical Options for Patients with Erhlers Danlos Syndrome.
Conservative Surgical Options for Athletes
Reducing Liability Concerns in the Treatment of Flat Feet
Networking Event: Bourbon Distillery Tour

FRIDAY
3.27.2020

EVIDENCE REVIEW: Pediatric Flexible Flatfoot—Does it Normalize?
Pediatric Flatfoot—Conservative Non-Surgical or Surgical Care?
Surgical Treatment of Flexible Flatfoot in Pediatric Patients
Plantar Heel Pain—Role of Over-pronation
Posterior Tendon Pathology—Why do Good Tendons go Bad?
How to Identify & Reduce Pathologic Forces Acting on the First Ray.
Pathologic Forces Acting on the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint?
Etiologic Factors Leading to Metatarsalgia?
Equinus—Primary or Secondary Deformity
Atraumatic Knee Disorders—Cause and Treatment
Can Hindfoot Misalignment have a Negative Effect to Hip, Pelvis & Spine?
Conservative Stabilizing Procedures in the Diabetic Foot
Networking Event: Bourbon Distillery Tour

SATURDAY
3.28.2020
Nerve Day

Foot/Ankle Peripheral Nerve Anatomy & Physiology
Symptoms and Grading of Peripheral Nerve Damage
Neurologic Exam of the Foot and Ankle
Is There a Connection Between Hyperglycemia and Nerve Physiology
Pathomechanics of Plantar Neuropathy
Diagnosing Peripheral Nerve Disease—Eliminate the Obvious First.
Treatment Alghorithm of Peripheral Neuropathy
Principles of Nerve Decompression
Peripheral Nerve Healing
Promoting Nerve Health After Decompression
Morton’s Neuroma or Chronic Intermetatarsal Nerve Compression
Cadaver Workshops

  • Extra-Osseous Talotarsal Stabilization
  • Decompression of Posterior Tibial Nerve & Intermetatarsal Nerve
  • First Ray Stabilization Procedures
  • Tarsal Coalition Resection

Networking Event: Farewell Cocktail and Dinner

Speakers

Meet Our Speakers

Michael E Graham
Michael E Graham

DPM, FACFAS, FAENS, FAAFAS, FACFAP

GIII Founder & President
Philip Bresnahan
Philip Bresnahan

DPM, FACFAS

Course Moderator
Assistant Professor: Temple University.
Diplomate: American Board of Pod. Surgery.
Fellow: ACFAS.
Scott Fishman
Scott Fishman

DPM, FACFAS

Scientific Chairmen
Diplomate: American Board of Pod. Surgery.
Fellow: ACFAS.
Member: APMA.
Patrick Agnew
Patrick Agnew
DPM, FACFAS
Ruth Avelino
Ruth Avelino
DPM, FACFAS
Elie Daniel
Elie Daniel
DPM, FACFAS
Patrick DeHeer
Patrick DeHeer
DPM, FACFAS
Tracey Ferragamo
Tracey Ferragamo
DPM
Joel Foster
Joel Foster
DPM
Daniel Hake
Daniel Hake
DPM, FACFAS
Johnathan Haslehurst
Johnathan Haslehurst
B.A., D.Ch (Canada)
Mario Juanto
Mario Juanto
MD (Argentina)
Lukasz Kolodziej
Lukasz Kolodziej
MD PHD (Poland)
Christos Kyrou
Christos Kyrou
DPM
Roberta Nole
Roberta Nole
MA, PT, CPed
Greg Still
Greg Still
DPM
Alex Tievsky
Alex Tievsky
DPM

Where It’s At

Lexington Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa
1800 Newtown Pike | Lexington, Kentucky 40511
P: 859-231-5100

1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington, Kentucky 40511

CONTACT GIII

Training & Events Manager: Susie Ivezaj
E: [email protected]
P: 586-677-9600 ext. 241