Presented in partnership with The Knee Society

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The 2021 course will be presented on Friday, May 7, 2021, in Fishers, IN only (Charlotte, NC course has been cancelled due to site-related capacity restrictions).  WE HAVE REACHED OUR CAPACITY AND REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

IMPORTANT!  COVID-19 safety recommendations and procedures will be followed.  Your registration remains risk-free!  Based on recommendations from state and local public health officials to help slow the spread of COVID-19, in the event we are unable to offer this in-person course, you will be eligible to receive a full refund of your registration fee. In-person courses canceled by The Hip Society/The Knee Society due to low enrollment will automatically be fully refunded. 

About Contemporary Approaches®

Contemporary Approaches® is a dynamic, highly interactive, round-table educational experience designed to deliver relevant and timely updates to general orthopaedic surgeons in an intimate format and facilitated by world-class faculty of experts. Networking opportunities and ample discussion time make this program a not-to-be-missed regional event.

Learning Objectives

  • Obtain the knowledge and tools necessary to effectively evaluate and manage clinical situations involving hip and knee replacement.

  • Develop working relationships with faculty and other participants for future professional networking.

  • Improve hip and knee arthroplasty long-term outcomes and quality of patient care.

From Our Participants

“I just want to say that this meeting is (and was) one of the most useful to me in my practice.  The informal format, small groups and level of EXPERTISE [contributed to] the perfect learning environment for me personally.  I attended last year and will plan to attend next year.”  – Terrance C. Devlin, MD (2016, 2017, and 2018 participant)

“Kudos to the organizers and faculty for a fabulous meeting!  This is likely the most fun and informative hip-knee meeting I have ever attended.” – Dan Edwards, MD (2016 and 2017 participant)