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October 2020

French Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon Prof. Sebastien Parratte one of the world’s recognized pioneers in Robotic Orthopedic & Knee Arthroplasty Surgeries is available at International Knee & Joint Center using the latest medical technology – Rosa Robot

International Knee & Joint Centre (IKJC) is Centre of Excellence specializing in the diagnosis and treatment patients with knee, shoulder and other joint injuries and disorders. Located in the heart of Abu Dhabi. An interview was conducted with Prof. Sebastien Parratte to know more about Knee Arthroplasty Surgeries, herein is the details:

What is Knee Arthroplasty Surgery?

It is a surgical procedure to resurface a knee damaged by osteoarthritis. Titanium and extra resistant plastic parts are used to cap the ends of the bones that form the knee joint, along with the kneecap.

Are there different types of Knee Arthroplasty Surgeries?

Yes, there are different types of arthroplasty. Options include:

  • Tricompartimental knee arthroplasty: the 3 compartments of the knee are replaced
  • Partial knee arthroplasty: only the affected part of the knee is replaced
  • Bilateral knee arthroplasty:  R and L knee arthroplasties are performed at the same time

Who should consider knee arthroplasty?

Patients with pain and/or limitations in the activities of their daily life should consider the surgery when all the medical treatments failed to control the symptoms. The pain is most of the time related to the disappearance of the cartilage. Osteoarthritis is the condition leading to the disappearance of the cartilage.  When the patient is “bone on bone”, the pain is often major and surgery is then an excellent solution.

Osteoarthritis is a very common reason that people have knee surgery but surgery may also be needed in people with:

  • A knee injury such as a ligament tear or meniscus tear
  • A knee deformity that they were born with
  • Rheumatoid arthritis

The patient will be requested to do some tests for the surgeon to decide if she/he needs a surgery or not. After a adapted examination of the knee, the surgeon and the patient will discuss together about the modalities of the most adapted treatment. If and when surgery is the ideal treatment, the surgeons will provide all the required information’s to the patient. Pro and cons, the preparation for the surgery and the surgical pathway will be explained to the patient.

What happens during the surgery?

Most knee arthroplasty surgeries are performed under a combination of spinal (epidural) anesthesia associated to peripheral nerve blocks, and light general sedation. The patient  will also receive at least one dose of antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.

During the procedure, the surgeon will remove the diseased cartilage from where your thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia) meet at your knee joint using dedicated instruments and robotic guidance to assist and optimized the surgical procedure. The patient bone and all the structure around the knee (ligaments, muscles …) are preserved using efficient minimally-invasive surgical techniques.

Those surfaces are then replaced with a titanium implant. A piece a “super resistant plastic” is normally used to replace the backside of the kneecap and finally, this same plastic material is placed in between the two titanium parts. This gives both bones of your knee joint smooth surfaces again so they can flex and bend more freely and painlessly. The component used are expected to last 20 to 25 years.

What happens directly after the surgery?

Most patients spend 2–3 nights in the hospital following a knee replacement arthroplasty, sometimes less.

The latest modern pain management protocols will be applied and pain medication will be prescribed and the patient will be monitored for any complications.

The patient will start to walk the day of the surgery or the next day using initially crutches. The day after the surgery, a physical therapist will start helping the patient with dedicated training exercises. The goals for this first day are to be able to stand, sit and walk properly.

When the patient is able to perform certain tasks, such as getting out of bed alone and using the bathroom, she/he will be able to go home.

The patient may need to use a cane or walker for a short period of time after the operation.

Physical therapy sessions will be scheduled for the patient soon after the surgery to start the rehabilitation journey Actives exercises will be performed to help the patient to get back to her/his normal life.


I’m telling the patients that, here at International Knee & Joint Centre, we are using the latest & best pain management protocols to avoid pain after knee arthroplasty as much as possible. Despite that, we observed that some patients are still in pain after surgery and some have absolutely no pain and can even leave the hospital the day after the surgery.

The pain perception is very viable and we cannot promise the patient that she/he won’t have pain but we can promise that we will do our best to limit the pain as much as possible. On the longer term, the pain is most of the time going away and fading progressively. Once again there is a higher variation between patients and for some patients the pain goes away very quickly and some take more time and this has no consequence on the longer-term results.


From our experience and different researches that we have performed on the sportive activities after arthroplasty, most of the patients involved in sporting activities can return to their previous activities after surgery without having pain. The whole point is the level of practice before the surgery and the higher the level before the surgery the higher the level will be after arthroplasty. Of course, if they never practice sports before, we are not going to tell them to start to learn about this sport after surgery.

Concerning the activities and the type of activities, all the sports have been evaluated in several studies that we performed with the Mayo Clinic and some patients were able to go back to ski, to do even moderate football or basketball, even though it is not something that we can push or highly recommend. Definitely jogging and long distance running or weight-lifting are not ideal. However, on the longer term and up to more than 10-years after surgery, we observed that the implants were still doing very well for the patients doing high impact physical activities which means that the sportive activities didn’t lead to more worn-out of the plastic and titanium parts.  More interestingly, patients practicing moderate and/or high impact sports activities after surgeries were doing better on the long run because they had less diabetes, less osteoporosis and less obesity.

Another important question that we should discuss is “Doctor can I go back to pray kneeling down after the surgery?”, and the answer is “YES”. The ability to pray kneeling down is very much correlated to the surgical technique and the type of implant that we use, we do everything for the patient to get the maximum range of knee flexion respecting the natural envelope of the knee thanks to the robotic technology. We observed, however that the capacity to go back to pray kneeling down is directly related to the length of time that the patient stops to pray kneeling down before the surgery. In fact, the patient stops to pray kneeling down five years before the surgery, it is going to take much more time for the patient to go back to pray after surgery than if he stops to pray five months before the surgery. Most of the time, the patient can start to practice the sujud and praying kneeling down four months after the surgery for bilateral tricompartmental or unicompartmental knee arthroplasty and two months after surgery for a partial knee replacement.

Are there any complications might result from the surgery?

All surgeries can involve complications. After knee Arthroplasty surgery, there may be a risk of: infection, blood clots, continuing pain, even when the surgery is successful & stiffness.

More than 98 % of the patients however don’t experience any complications after surgery and are very happy.

The healthcare team in IKJC is highly specialized and all advanced processes are implemented to ensure that the risks are as low as possible but like when you are flying a plane: the “risk zero” doesn’t exist.

What is Partial knee Arthroplasty?

In a partial knee Arthroplasty, the surgeon only resurfaces the part of your knee that is damaged.

Compared with a tricompartimental knee Arthroplasty, this procedure has the following advantages:

  • It needs a smaller incision which means less pain and less blood loss.
  • All the natural ligaments are preserved.
  • Recovery is usually faster and less painful.

With modern implants and indications, partial knee arthroplasties can now last as long as a tricompartimental arthroplasty and the common believe that a partial knee arthroplasty is a temporary procedure before the tricompartimental knee arthroplasty is not true anymore.

Sometimes the osteoarthritis is however too advanced for your surgeon to offer you a partial knee arthroplasty.

What is Bilateral knee Arthroplasty?

In bilateral knee arthroplasty surgery, the surgeon replaces both knees at the same time.

If the patient has Osteoarthritis in both knees, this is an excellent option, as it means you only have to go through the procedure and recovery process once. When both knees are affected and the patient has a good medical condition, doing both knee at the same time has been shown as a better option than doing one by one.  The rehabilitation journey with the modern protocols is not harder than for one knee only.


For walking and cycling, the patient can go back to walking and cycling one month after the surgery and the same thing for swimming. Initially, we ask the patient to do more freestyle swimming rather than breast stroke. Rowing activities at the gym or elliptical training is also possible one month after the surgery. Outdoor sports, longer walks or hiking, golfing are most of the time possible between 2 and 4 months after the surgery depending on the athletic capacity of the patient. For the higher impact activities such as skiing, moderate football or basketball, it might take up to six months.

What to expect after the treatment journey?

The patient can expect to go back to her/his life as before the osteoarthritis. The results are mostly related to the patient general health condition and the joint replacement recovery times vary because every patient reacts differently to surgical intervention. The individual’s genetics, their overall health, and the complexity of the procedure all influence how quickly the patient will be back to normal (or better) after a knee arthroplasty.

While recovery times can vary depending on pre-operative fitness and other factors, it is important to know that improvements continue for 12 months after surgery as muscles and soft tissue get stronger and range of movement expands.

Why patients should choose IKJC for Knee Arthroplasty?

Surgeons in IKJC have a huge experience in the field of Knee Arthroplasty with more than 5000 surgeries experience. The IKJC Knee Specialists are worldwide recognized Knee expert, teaching and training other surgeons all over the world on the latest techniques in knee Arthroplasties including minimally-invasive robotic surgeries.  

International Knee & Joint Center has been the first orthopedic center Asia & Meddle East to introduce and use the Rosa robotic technique for knee arthroplasty surgeries. When using ROSA robot, the surgeon remains in charge and the Robot is acting as a “super-assistant”.  Higher accuracy and better outcomes have been observed when using ROSA. Following the IKJC experience, more than 6000 knee arthroplasties have been performed worldwide using ROSA and one new ROSA unit is installed every week in the US, Europe or Asia-Pacific. Our IKJC surgeons have trained nearly 1000 surgeons over the world on how to do robotic knee arthroplasties using ROSA.  

Here at IKJC, we make sure that we are using premium implants perfectly adapted to the anatomy of the patient. The premium implants that we are using are almost like custom-made implant, and when implanted with robotic technique described earlier it is an extremely personalized surgery that we can offer to our patients in order to restore as much as possible the anatomy of the normal knee, then allowing them to return to a more normal life after the surgery. This point is also very important as it seems there are very few centers in the middle-east using the  combination of this type of implant and the robotic technique.

 As for the ACL and sport surgeries of the knee, IKJC is a high-volume and leading center for personalized robotically-assisted knee arthroplasties.”

May 2019

Dr. Charles H. Brown Jr. & Ronald van Hawarden perform life surgeries at Pune Knee Course in April 2019.


IKJC is the educational partner of the 9th Pune Knee Course and the 3rd Pune Knee Rehab Course.

The 9th Pune Knee Course and the 3rd Pune Knee Rehab course concluded on 27th April. It was attended by about 1200 delegates from India and overseas. It had a fantastic feedback from both faculty and delegates and was indeed a satisfactory feat to have achieved.

We had given free entry to more than a 100 PG orthopaedic students and interns with a view to giving expose to them to a fully loaded scientific program.

February 2019

Dr. Ronald J. van Heerwaarden & Professor Sebastien Parratte Both giving a lectureinLondon Knee Osteotomyconference


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February 2019


October 2018

A strong collaboration between International Knee & Joint Centre “IKJC” in Abu Dhabi and the Institute for Locomotion in France to share the clinical, research, teaching and innovation experiences in Knee surgery.

IKJC Locomotion Institute

The Institute for Locomotion is a research Institute dedicated to the research related to osteo-arthrititis, sport medicine and osteoporosis. The Institute for Locomotion has been recognized in 2017 as one of the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers (ISOC). It’s the only one in France and there is only a few in Europe and in the US

Professor Jean-Noel Argenson, Director of the Institute for Locomotion, from Marseille in France linked to the Aix-Marseille University (the biggest French-speaking University) based in south of France. Professor Argenson is the past-President and founding member of the European Knee Society. He founded the Institute for Locomotion with Professor Flecher and Professor Parratte in 2012 in Marseille.

Abu Dhabi, Thursday 18 October 2018

International Knee & Joint Centre is Centre of Excellence specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with knee and joint injuries and disorders for patients in the UAE and the Middle East the Centre is managed by Dr. Charles H Brown Jr., Director of IKJC is an orthopaedic surgeon certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery specializing in sports medicine. Dr. Brown is an internationally recognized authority on the treatment of knee ligament injuries and complex knee problems. Dr. Brown completed his orthopaedic training at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Training Program in Boston, Massachusetts.

Professor Sebastien Parratte Director of IKJC Arthroplasty Department with the team of the Institute for Locomotion submitted last week a scientific paper on the use of antibiotics in Porous metal for Total Knee arthroplasty to compete for an American Knee Society Award in 2019. A strong collaboration is starting between the IKJC and the Institute for Locomotion to share the clinical, research, teaching and innovation experiences in Knee surgery to raise the standards to new level.

The surgeons from the IKJC and the Institute for Locomotion are recognized as world-famous experts in Knee surgery and are all certified by the Orthopaedic Surgery Boards in their respective countries. All have published numerous medical articles, written book chapters, and edited textbooks in their fields of expertise. All are internationally recognized key opinion leaders.

August 2018

Abu Dhabi, August, 8th 2018 The First Persona® Partial Knee (PPK) is done at IKJC

  • The First Persona® Partial Knee (PPK) is done in the Middle-East at the International Knee Joint Centre #IKJC in Abu Dhabi.
  • The operation done by Professor Sebastien Parratte and his team at IKJC.
  • The PPK was started in France last year for the pre-clinical study and before only two months Professor Parrate performed the first PPK in Australia.
  • Professor Sebastien Parratte is happy to perform the first PPK in the Middle-East, in addition, it will be great to offer one of the best Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty system (UKA) to our patients at International Knee and Joint Centre “IKJC” in Abu Dhabi.

PPK is done at IKJC

April 2018

International Knee Surgeons Gather for First of Its Kind Event in UAE Symposium Featuring Live Arthroscopic Knee Surgeries Hosted by Dr Charles H Brown Jr

Kind Event in UAE Symposium

  • This two-day event featuring lectures, workshops and live surgeries is a first for the UAE and underlies the UAE’s leadership in the field of arthroscopic knee surgery
  • Surgeons from Russia, China, India, Ukraine, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Norway, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt will attend the symposium at Burjeel Hospital, Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 25 March 2018: The International Knee & Joint Centre, in association with Smith & Nephew, hosted over 100 leading surgeons from across the World for a Knee Arthroscopy Live Surgery Symposium at Burjeel Hospital, Abu Dhabi.

The Symposium, held on 24-25 March, 2018, was led by Dr Charles Brown Jr., MD, Director of the International Knee & Joint Center.

Dr Brown, a member of the prestigious ACL Study Group is a pioneering American orthopaedic surgeon, surgeon educator, innovator and one of the most accomplished and experienced orthopaedic surgeons in the UAE in the areas of knee arthroscopy, meniscal surgery, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, revision ACL reconstruction, complex knee ligament reconstructions and patellofemoral joint problems.

During the two-day seminar, live surgeries were streamed to the visiting surgeons from China, Russia, India, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Norway, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt

The live surgeries were performed by Dr Brown and his associate, Dr James Robinson, FRCS (Orth) MS, Consultant Orthopaedic of the International Knee & Joint Center.

Dr Robinson is an internationally recognized specialist knee surgeon, registered with the Royal College of Surgeons in the UK and a winner of the BASK (British Association for Surgery of the Knee) Presidents medal.

The event was a first of its kind for the UAE and was designed for surgeons from across the world to improve their knowledge, and observe and discuss the latest surgical procedures to treat meniscal and ACL injuries.

The symposium helped the visiting surgeons to further increase their knowledge about knee arthroscopic surgery, as well as learn more about the latest techniques in ACL surgery and options for saving the meniscus.

Speaking on the importance of the Symposium both for the UAE and internationally, Dr Brown commented:

“We are delighted to have welcomed so many eminent surgeons to the International Knee & Joint Center and Burjeel Hospital here in Abu Dubai.

This was a unique event for the UAE in such an important area of global healthcare

Our Centre specializes in the treatment of patients with sports-related and degenerative disorders of the knee, hip shoulder and elbow, and we pride ourselves on the pioneering techniques that we have developed and use to treat our patients in the UAE and region.

We have also demonstrated how to use the latest Smith & Nephew surgical devices effectively and safely.

The symposium is an important example of the world-class care available in Abu Dhabi in line with the UAE’s 2030 vision towards achieving the highest standards of education and healthcare provision.”

استضافها “المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل” بالتعاون مع “سميث آند نيفيو”
خبراء دوليون في جراحة الركبة يجتمعون في أبوظبي

استضاف “المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل”، بالتعاون مع شركة ’سميث آند نيفيو‘، أكثر من 100 من أهم الجراحين من مختلف أنحاء العالم ضمن “ندوة جراحة الركبة التنظيرية الحية”، والتي أقيمت في “مستشفى برجيل” بأبوظبي.

وعُقدت الندوة يومي 24 و25 مارس 2018 تحت إشراف الدكتور الأمريكي تشارلز براون، مدير “المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل”، وعضو “رابطة دراسة الرباط الصليبي الأمامي” (’إيه سي إل ستادي جروب‘)، والمعروف بدوره الريادي في مجال جراحة العظام والتعليم والابتكار الجراحي، حيث يُعد أحد أفضل جراحي العظام في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة – من حيث الخبرة وسجل الإنجازات – في مجالات تنظير مفصل الركبة، وجراحة الغضروف الهلالي، وإعادة بناء الرباط الصليبي الأمامي، وتعديل عملية إعادة بناء الرباط الصليبي الأمامي، وعمليات إعادة بناء أربطة الركبة المعقدة ومشاكل المفصل الرضفي الفخذي.

وشهدت الندوة حضور جراحين من الصين وروسيا والهند وأوكرانيا والتشيك وليتوانيا والنروج وأستراليا والمملكة العربية السعودية والأردن والكويت ومصر، والذين تابعوا بثاً حياً لعمليات جراحية أجراها الدكتور براون برفقة مساعده الدكتور جيمس روبنسون، زميل الكلية الملكية للجراحين (جراحة العظام) والحاصل على ماجستير العلوم، واستشاري جراحة العظام لدى “المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل”؛ وهو متخصص و معروف عالميًا في جراحة الركبة ومسجل لدى الكلية الملكية لجراحي إنجلترا في المملكة المتحدة، إضافةً إلى أنه حائز على ميدالية رؤساء الاتحاد البريطاني لجراحة الركبة.

وتُعد هذه الندوة الأولى من نوعها على مستوى الإمارات العربية المتحدة، حيث أقيمت بهدف إتاحة الفرصة للجراحين من مختلف أنحاء العالم لتعميق معلوماتهم حول الجراحة التنظيرية للركبة، إلى جانب متابعة ومناقشة أحدث العمليات والتقنيات الجراحية المجراة لمعالجة أذيات الرباط الصليبي الأمامي وأذيات الغضروف الهلالي والخيارات المتاحة للمحافظة عليه. وقد تحدث الدكتور براون عن أهمية هذه الندوة على مستوى الإمارات العربية المتحدة والعالم، قائلاً: “نحن سعداء لاستضافتنا هذا العدد الكبير من أهم الجراحين العالميين في “المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل” و”مستشفى برجيل” هنا في أبوظبي، إذ تشكل هذه الندوة حدثاً فريداً على مستوى الإمارات العربية المتحدة، وتتناول مجالاً هاماً للغاية من الرعاية الصحية العالمية. ويتخصص مركزنا في علاج المرضى ممن يعانون من اضطرابات متصلة بممارسة الرياضة واضطرابات تنكسية في الركبة ومفصل الورك والكتف والمرفق؛ ونحن فخورون بالتقنيات الريادية التي طورناها لعلاج مرضانا في الإمارات العربية المتحدة والمنطقة. وقد جاءت هذه الندوة، والتي قدمنا خلالها تطبيقاً عملياً في استخدام أحدث الأجهزة الجراحية من إنتاج شركة ’سميث آند نيفيو‘ بفعالية وأمان، لتشكل مثالاً هاماً على الرعاية ذات الطراز العالمي التي تقدمها أبوظبي بما ينسجم مع رؤية الإمارات 2030 والتي تهدف إلى تحقيق أعلى معايير الخدمات على مستوى التعليم والرعاية الصحية”.

April 30th - May 2nd, 2015

3rd Emirates International Orthopaedic Congress
Location: Event Centre Dubai Festival City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Faculty: Dr. Brown and Dr. Fabrizio
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April 2015

Human Tissue Bank in Abu Dhabi :

IKJC established a tissue bank for allograft tendons used in knee ligament reconstruction surgery and revision ligament reconstruction or in patients with multiple ligament deficiency whom need surgeries such as :

  • ACL “anterior cruciate ligament” Surgeries” .
  • Revision ACL “anterior cruciate ligament” Surgeries”.
  • PCL “posterior cruciate ligament” Surgeries

Patients with multiple ligament deficiency had to be treated abroad, but not anymore!

Today, International Knee and Joint Centre is providing these tissues combined with expert surgeons who are highly specialized in performing these type of surgeries.

بنك للانسجة البشرية في ابو ظبي :

قام المركز العالمي للركبة والمفاصل بتأسيس بنك للأنسجة البشرية والتي سوف تستخدم للمرضى الذين يحتاجون إعادة بناء عدةأربطة في الركبة ومنها :

  • إعادة بناء الرباط الصليبي الأمامي
  • إعادة بناء الرباط الصليبي الخلفي
  • إعادة بناء رقعة الرباط الصليبي

سابقاً كان على المرضى الذين يحتاجون لعمليات بناء عدة أربطة السفر خارج الامارات العربية المتحدة لعدم توفر هذه الانسجة البشرية و إضافة الى ان هذا النوع من العمليات يحتاج الى خبرة عالية من قبل الجراحين.
حالياّ تتواجد هذه الانسجة بالمركز العالمي للركبة و المفاصل بأبوظبي حيث يقدم المركز العالمي للركبة و المفاصل نخبة من الجراحين الإستشاريين الذين لديهم خبرة عالية في العمليات الجراحية للأربطة و المفاصل.

31 October - 1 November 2014

Emirates Sports Medicine Summit
Location: Park Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Speakers: Dr. Charles and Dr. Fabrizio
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October 2014

Anatomic ACL reconstruction Techniques. In Sports Injuries, 2nd edition, Springer Verlag in press.

October 2014

Invited international faculty, Complex Knee Course, Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Centre, London, Ontario, Canada.

September 2014

Invited international faculty, Turkish Society of Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy and Knee Surgery, Izmir, Turkey

September 2014

Chairman, Dublin Knee Sport Injury Course, Dublin, Ireland

July 2014

Invited international faculty, Vail International Complex Knee Symposium, Vail, CO, USA

July 2014

Faculty, Anatomic ACL Reconstruction Instructional Course, Annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, Seattle, Washington, USA

July 2014

Invited international faculty, Cadaveric Knee Instructional Course, Utrecht, Netherlands

July 2014

Faculty, Smith and Nephew Endoscopy Cadaveric Knee Workshop for Chinese surgeons, Andover, MA

July 2014

Invited international faculty, Cadaveric Knee Instructional Course, Utrecht, Netherlands

June 2014

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction book chapter in Knee Surgery, ed, Ashok Rajgopal, Publisher, Jaypee

June 2014

Chairman & faculty, Smith & Nephew Knee Course, Istanbul, Turkey

June 2014

Invited Faculty, Smith & Nephew: Save the Meniscus Course, York, UK

May 2014

Management of ACL Injuries in Athletes: Technical Considerations of ACL Reconstruction – Tibial and Femoral tunnel placement. ESSKA DVD

May 2014

Femoral bone tunnel placement (arthroscopic and fluoroscopic) book chapter, published in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Practical Guide, eds, Rainer Siebold, David Dejour, Stefano Zaffagnini. Publisher, Springer

May 2014

Smith & Nephew Booth presentation, 5 and 6-strand hamstring graft preparation, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

May 2014

Chairman, Smith & Nephew Anatomic ACL Reconstruction Workshop, ESSKA Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands

March 2014

Chairman & faculty for Smith and Nephew Endoscopy Cadaveric Knee Training Workshop for Chinese surgeons, Andover, MA

January 2014

Presentation ACL Study Group Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa

January 2014

Conducted 1st ACL tunnel placement study at an ACL Study Group Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa

December 2013

Knee Repair Chairman, Smith and Nephew Global Insights: The Future of Hip & Knee Surgery, Copenhagen, Denmark

October 2013

Program Chairman, Smith and Nephew Global Advanced Master Knee Course, York, UK

October 2013

Invited international faculty, Knee Sports Injury Course, Georges on the Park, UK

September 2013

Invited international faculty, 6th Fall Meeting, TUSYAD (Turkish Society of Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy & Knee Surgery), Istanbul, Turkey

September 2013

Program Chairman and faculty, Knee Sports Injury Course, Dublin, Ireland

May 2013

Anatomic ACL Reconstruction presentation, Smith and Nephew Workshop, ISAKOS Meeting, Toronto, Canada

May 2013

Smith & Nephew Booth presentation, “Meniscal repair”, ISAKOS Meeting, Toronto, Canada

May 2013

Program Chairman and faculty, Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Workshop: Anatomic ACL Reconstruction: A Global Perspective, ISAKOS Meeting, Toronto, Canada

April 2013

Presentation, Anatomic ACL Reconstruction, ASPETAR, Doha, Qatar

January 2013

Faculty, Arab Health Orthopaedic Conference, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

January 2013

Publication, Medial portal technique for single-bundle anatomical anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Journal, International Orthopaedic (SICOT)

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