PRLog - Nov. 30, 2012 - MACOMB, Mich. -- Macomb, MI – The Graham International Implant Institute® (GIII) annual symposium has a rich tradition of providing cutting edge education in foot and implant surgery. The 6th Annual Symposium, taking place on April 26 - 27, 2013 in New Orleans, LA, will again host exciting lectures on innovations in foot and ankle surgery. Attendees can expect an exceptional academic program in a collegial, family environment. Cadaver workshops, where attending surgeons can be hands-on with the products and techniques discussed over the course of the weekend, will also be provided.
Graham International Implant Institute®
GIII® is dedicated to research, training, certification and support on implantology for foot physicians worldwide. GIII® provides live seminars in cities throughout the world, as well as specialized online training programs, year-round.
The symposium will be held at Harrah’s New Orleans. Registration is free of charge and available at http://grahamiii.com/
If you are interested in sharing your expertise at the GIII® Symposium in New Orleans, please complete our speaker application at http://www.grahamiii.com. All applications, along with a curriculum vitae, should be e-mailed to Erin Durkee at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than December 31. The GIII® Symposium is a non-CME event, so topics on specific product innovations will be considered. Final decisions are made by the Scientific Committee of GIII®.
GIII®, along with sponsors such as the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons (AENS), Bako Pathology Services, BioMedical Enterprises (BME) and GraMedica®, look forward to seeing you in New Orleans.
About the Sponsors:
Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons
The A.E.N.S. was founded as a society to promote the collaborative study and development of medical research regarding the treatment of extremity nerve disease. Membership is inclusive of MD, DO, DPM, PHD and affiliated medical professionals and students interested in furthering the dissemination of current knowledge and development of basic medical research in peripheral nerve disease. The AENS is an approved affiliate specialty society of the American Podiatric Medical Association. Visit http://www.aens.us/
Bako Pathology Services
Bako Pathology Services is a physician-owned provider of a wide array of anatomic and clinical pathology services, specializing in epidermal nerve fiber density analysis (ENFD).
BME pioneered the US market for shape memory implants and is the only American manufacturer of Nitinol implants for small bone fixation. BME’s flagship lines include: HammerLock® intramedullary fixation system for hammertoes and Speed™, the world’s first and only fully disposable compressive fixation system.
GraMedica® is a global orthopedic medical device company and leader in the development of life-changing foot and ankle products. Founded in 2003, GraMedica® has experienced dynamic growth, reaching more than 27 countries. GraMedica®’s products are developed to correct the root problem, not merely treat the symptoms. Recognized for its innovation, the company is the producer of breakthrough products like HyProCure® and osteo-WEDGETM.
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