Pediatric Flexible Flatfoot Solutions Presented at the 4th Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery Conference
The MEPOS and POSC 2015 Annual Meeting will be held at the Conrad Hotel in Dubai on October 8 – 10, 2015. This joint meeting is set to be the largest gathering of pediatric orthopaedic experts. Dr. Abulobbad’s presentation will be one of many presentations and complex case discussions aimed at improving the care of children suffering from musculoskeletal diseases.
Dr. Abulobbad will present on the minimally invasive surgery approach, instead of traditional reconstructive, for pediatric patients suffering from flexible flatfeet caused by talotarsal joint dislocation. He reports on cases where this minimally invasive surgery approach with a Sinus Tarsi Implant “allows normal joint range of motion and weight distribution of your body and your feet.”
Extra-Osseous TaloTarsal Stabilization (EOTTS) using the HyProCure® Sinus Tarsi Stent/Implant has provided tens of thousands of patients with immediate correction for congenital/acquired talotarsal joint dislocation. Left untreated, talotarsal joint dislocation can lead to serious, long-term foot, knee, hip, and back related issues that often require aggressive forms of surgery.
GraMedica is a global orthopedic medical device company passionate about creating innovative foot and ankle products that improve patient options and outcomes. Together with our sister organization, the Graham International Implant Institute (GIII), we educate foot and ankle surgeons in over 50 countries.
We are committed to helping create ongoing improvement in the quality of healthcare for both patients and physicians through premier product lines including the HyProCure® Sinus Tarsi System and osteo-WEDGE™
Physicians can learn more about Graham International Implant Institute at http://www.grahamiii.com. For details on the 4th Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Conference (POSC) and the 2nd Middle East Pediatric Orthopaedic Society (MEPOS) Annual Meeting 2015, visit website www.posc-me.com.