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Dear Colleagues, Ladies and Gentlemen,

On behalf of the Organisational Committee and the Board of the Polish Arthroscopy Society, we would like to warmly encourage you to attend the 4th Congress of our society. The event will take place on 14 – 16 October 2021 at the Wroclaw Congress Center.

The Polish Arthroscopy Society was established in 2015 and is the biggest organisation in Poland that brings together people interested in arthroscopic techniques and minimally invasive joint-preserving treatment. Our last Congress was one of the most important orthopaedic meetings of 2019, gathering nearly 1000 participants from Poland and abroad.

 

Our efforts were recognised in 2018 with the ESSKA award for the best arthroscopy society in Europe.

The Congress is planned to involve many eminent specialists from Poland and abroad. We are very much counting on the engagement of all members and sympathisers of the Polish Arthroscopy Society. We encourage you to submit your papers related to arthroscopy and the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders.

As always, we will provide many interesting lectures, addressing both the conventional and innovative aspects of arthroscopy. We have prepared for you a series of practical presentations on the standard surgical procedures and techniques. They are highly recommended, especially to our younger colleagues taking their first steps in the field of arthroscopy.

We are very pleased with involvement of the physiotherapeutic and nursing communities in the upcoming congress.  It is very important to us to foster the widest possible discussion on the problems of contemporary Orthopaedics.

Wroclaw not only features prominently on the orthopaedic map of Poland, but is also an important industrial, academic and cultural centre. We are confident that the Organisational Committee will see to the perfect organisation of the congress, while also making sure that we come away with long and fond memories of the time spent in Wroclaw.

Looking forward to seeing you there,

Konrad Malinowski

President of the Polish Arthroscopy Society

Maciej Kentel

Chairman of the Scientific and Organisational Committee

Scientific Committee

Chairman:
Maciej Kentel

Deputy Chairwoman: Katarzyna Herman

Members:

Organisational Committee

Chairman:
Maciej Kentel

Members:

Congress fees

when registering up to 31.03.2021
when registering up to 30.09.2021
when registering on or after 01.10.2021
PTArtro member
700,00 zł
900,00 zł
1200,00 zł
Standard participant
1200,00 zł
1500,00 zł
1800,00 zł
Resident – PTArtro member
400,00 zł
600,00 zł
800,00 zł
Resident – non-affiliated with PTArtro
800,00 zł
1000,00 zł
1200,00 zł
Lecturer
600,00 zł
Student (up to 26 years old)
150,00 zł
Representatives of pharmaceutical companies
1000,00 zł
when registering up to 30.0892021
when registering on or after 01.10.2021
Physiotherapist – (candidate for a member of the Physio Partertro section) - participation for three days
600,00 zł
800,00 zł
Physiotherapist – participation for three days
700,00 zł
900,00 zł
Nurse / Scrub Nurse – participation for 1 day
300,00 zł
cost
Participation in Gala Dinner on 15.10.2021 **
300,00 zł

* gross prices

** The dinner is not financed by innovative companies associated in INFARMA

Program

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Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Children's arthroscopy
Shoulder arthroscopy
New directions and minimally invasive procedures + Orthobiology
Ankle joint arthroscopy
Sessions of invited societies: AANA and Russian
Knee arthroscopy
3D and PSI techniques in orthopedics
Wrist arthroscopy
Elbow joint arthroscopy
Hip arthroscopy
Instructional Course Lecture (ICL)
Thursday, 14 October 2021
ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C
09:30 - 11:00 Dislocations of the shoulder region

Moderators: Roman Brzóska, Tomasz Pardała, Joseph Tauro
09:30 - 11:00 Ankle osteoarthritis

Moderators: Arkadiusz Wiatr, Andrzej Komor
09:30 - 11:00 New directions and mini-invasive procedures

Moderators: Tomasz Piontek, Marcin Domżalski
09:30 - 09:42 Acute ACJ dislocation - why, when and who should be treated operatively Sebastian Żabierek 09:30 - 09:42 Etiology and pathogenesis of ankle athritis - treatment possibilities. Arkadiusz Wiatr 09:30 - 09:42 Endoscopic treatment of cysts and other periarticular pathologies. Michał Ebisz
09:42 - 09:54 Chronic ACJ dislocation - why, when and who should be treated operatively. Michał Śledzik 09:42 - 09:54 OCD Urszula Zdanowicz 09:42 - 09:54 Novel techniques of biological enhancement of meniscal healing. Kinga Ciemniewska-Gorzela
09:54 - 10:06 Sternoclavicular dislocation - how to treat? Joseph Tauro 09:54 - 10:06 Large chondral lesions - joint preserving possibilities. Bogusław Sadlik 09:54 - 10:06 Arthrodiastasis - is there a chance for knee joint regeneration? Konrad Słynarski
10:06 - 10:18 Chronic sternoclavicular dislocation as an effect of other shoulder pathologies. Henryk Noga 10:06 - 10:18 Open ankle arthrodesis. Tomasz Bienek 10:06 - 10:18 Minimally invasive reconstruction of severe Achilles tendon tears offers full return to sports. Paweł Bąkowski
10:18 - 10:30 Pathophysiology of the first time anterior shoulder dislocation - treatment rekomendaions. Roman Brzóska 10:18 - 10:30 Artroscopic ankle arthrodesis. Andrzej Warzocha 10:18 - 10:30 Osteoarthritis markers. Possibilities of osteoarthtritic changes progress modification. Kamilla Bąkowska-Żywicka
10:30 - 10:42 Dislocation of the shoulder bone defects - algorithm for Tomasz Pardała 10:30 - 10:42 Total ankle arthroplasty. Andrzej Komor 10:30 - 10:42 3D biological printing in tissue regeneration - cell culture. Jakub Rybka
10:42 - 10:49 Long Head Biceps Tendon as Superior Capsular Reconstruction (LHBT-SCR) augmentation for massive rotator cuff repair - “The Chinese and Polish (Podlasie’s) Way” from our own experience.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Robert Pełka 10:42 - 10:54 Mini-battle PANEL 10:42 - 10:54 Place of nanoscopy in ankle joint arthrocopy. Gino Kerkhoffs
ON-LINE
10:49 - 11:00 Discussion 10:54 - 11:00 Discussion 10:54 - 11:00 Discussion
11:00 - 11:20 Coffee break
ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C
11:20 - 12:50 Osteotomies I - HTO/DFO/PFO

Moderators: Łukasz Luboiński, Jerzy Cholewiński
11:20 - 12:50 Children - most common pathologies related to joint laxity

Moderators: Ryszard Bielak, Bogusław Rydzak
11:20 - 12:50 Meniscus

Moderators: Urszula Zdanowicz, Sebastian Krupa
11:20 - 11:32 Femoral osteotomies Juliusz Dec 11:20 - 11:32 Joint hypermobility - current classifcation and clinical implication Adrian Błasiak 11:20 - 11:30 Techniques of suturing the meniscus.
Lecture under the patronage of Stryker
Urszula Zdanowicz
11:32 - 11:44 How to determine the level of osteotomy? Łukasz Białek 11:32 - 11:44 Multidirectional shoulder instability (MDI) Tomasz Guszczyn 11:32 - 11:43 Acute and degenerative meniscal lesions treatmnent: questionnare results among PTArtro members. Paweł Bąkowski
11:44 - 11:56 Proximal fibular osteotomy - who is it for and how does it work? Łukasz Luboiński 11:44 - 11:56 Posterior shoulder instability - operation or rehabilitation? Adrian Błasiak 11:43 - 11:56 Meniscal extrusion - serious clinical problem. Patryk Ulicki
11:56 - 12:04 Complications of the proximal tibial osteotomy Jerzy Cholewiński 11:56 - 12:08 Patellar instability in growing patients - operative treatment possibilities Michał Walczak 11:56 - 12:09 Posterior root lesion treatment. Robert Śmigielski
12:04 - 12:11 Osteotomies around knee with PSI. Precision assessment in own material.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Andrzej Mioduszewski 12:08 - 12:20 Idiopathic pes palnovalgus - diagnostics and treatment Andrzej Grzegorzewski 12:09 - 12:22 Supplying horizontal damage. Marcin Tomaszewski
12:11 - 12:23 What can we expect from osteotomy and how much can we obtain? Rafał Kamiński 12:20 - 12:32 Arthroeresis - operative treatment tactics Paweł Jasiński 12:22 - 12:35 ESSKA consensus in meniscal lesions teratment. Radosław Grabowski
12:23 - 12:35 Deflexive osteotomy David Dejour
ON-LINE
12:32 - 12:50 Discussion 12:35 - 12:50 Problematic menisci I have encountered. Discussion. Urszula Zdanowicz
12:35 - 12:50 Anatomical dissection - HTO Łukasz Luboiński
Live broadcast
12:50 - 13:45 Lunch break and visiting exhibition stands
ROOM A
13:45 - 14:55 General Session - Official Opening of Congress
13:45 - 14:00 Opening of the Congress Maciej Kentel
14:00 - 14:15 Speech of City Representatives
14:15 - 14:30 Inaugural Lecture Konrad Malinowski
14:30 - 14:55 Mysterious city. Wrocław as a literary space. Marek Krajewski
Gość specjalny
15:00 - 16:30 Shoulder tendons from a special perspective

Moderators: Przemysław Lubiatowski, Michał Śledzik, Paolo Arrigoni
15:00 - 15:10 Arthroscopic treatment of glenoid fractures Bartłomiej Kordasiewicz
15:10 - 15:20 Arthroscopic treatment of greater tubercule fractures Roman Brzóska
15:20 - 15:30 Damage to the LHBT complex. Paolo Arrigoni
15:30 - 15:40 Subscapularis tendon reconstruction - technique. Adrian Błasiak
15:40 - 15:50 Tendon release technique in reconstruction of the upper and posterior part of the cone. Sliding technique. Joseph Tauro
15:50 - 16:00 SCR - reconstruction of superior capsule Piotr Kominiak
16:00 - 16:10 Os acromiale Krzysztof Otwinowski
16:10 - 16:20 Lower Trapezius Transfer Maciej Kiciński
16:20 - 16:30 Discussion
16:30 - 16:45 Coffee break
16:45 - 18:00 General Assembly
Friday, 15 October 2021
ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C ROOM D ROOM E
08:00 - 09:15 ICL 1 - shoulder basics

Moderators: Maciej Kiciński, Marek Kulczyk
ICL 1 08:00 - 09:15 ICL 2 - Knee dislocations

Moderators: Jerzy Cholewiński, Łukasz Luboiński
ICL 2 08:00 - 09:15 ICL 3 - Hand and wrist - from anatomy to arthroscopy

Moderators: Witold Wnukiewicz, Paweł Nowicki
ICL 3 08:00 - 09:15 ICL 4 - Ankle joint - from anatomy to arthroscopy

Moderators: Marcin Haduch, Mikołaj Wróbel
ICL 4 08:00 - 09:15 Sport injuries in children and adolescents

Moderators: Marek Tramś, Jarosław Feluś
ICL 5
08:00 - 08:12 Anatomy of the shoulder student OSTO 08:00 - 08:10 Tactics in knee disclocations Łukasz Luboiński 08:00 - 08:15 Wrist anatomy in arthroscopy OSTO 08:00 - 08:12 Anatomy of the ankle joint OSTO 08:00 - 08:13 Posttraumatic blood effusion of knee joint in children and adolescents - imaging, differential diagnosis and treatment Marek Tramś
08:12 - 08:24 Pathoanatomy of the shoulder as seen by arthroscope Marek Kulczyk 08:10 - 08:20 Treatment of acute posterolateral corner lesions Jerzy Cholewiński 08:15 - 08:30 Wrist examination in posttraumatic and chronic cases Krzysztof Korolczuk 08:12 - 08:24 Examination of the ankle joint in acute and chronic cases Mikołaj Nawrocki 08:13 - 08:26 Osteochondral fracture in patellar dislocation - diagnostics and treatment Bogusław Rydzak
08:24 - 08:36 Clinical examination of the shoulder Jeff Abrams
ON-LINE
08:20 - 08:30 Treatment of acute medial ligament complex lesions Arkadiusz Koniarski 08:30 - 08:50 Wrist arthroscopy technique Paweł Nowicki 08:24 - 08:36 Imaging of ankle joint pathologies Bartosz Sarat 08:26 - 08:39 Intercondylar eminence fracture - classification, tratment, complications. Tips&tricks Bartłomiej Kowalczyk
08:36 - 08:48 Posttraumatic shoulder pathologies - treatment and decision making algorithm Maciej Kiciński 08:30 - 08:40 Treatment complications in knee dislocations Maciej Kentel 08:50 - 09:05 Nanoscopy in area of the wrist Witold Wnukiewicz 08:36 - 08:48 Portals in ankle join arthroscopy Grzegorz Kłos 08:39 - 08:51 ACL lesions in growing patients Ewa Tramś
08:48 - 09:00 Chronic shoulder pathologies - treatment and decision making algorithm Adam Kwapisz 08:40 - 08:50 Treatment algorythm in knee dislocation Katarzyna Herman 09:05 - 09:15 Discussion 08:48 - 09:00 Cases & treatment algorithm Marcin Haduch 08:51 - 09:03 Characteristics of meniscal injuries in children and adolescents Marcin Domżalski
09:00 - 09:15 Discussion 08:50 - 09:00 Discussion 09:00 - 09:15 Discussion 09:03 - 09:15 Ankle joint instability in children and adolescents - diagnostics and treatment possibilities Ryszard Bielak
09:00 - 09:15 Anatomical dissection - PLC reconstruction using the LaPrade method Łukasz Luboiński
Live broadcast
09:15 - 09:30 Coffee break
09:30 - 11:00 Complications in arthroscopic procedures and surgery of the knee

Moderators: Konrad Malinowski, Krzysztof Hermanowicz, Olivier Borens
09:30 - 11:00 Arthritis of the patellofemoral joint

Moderators: Jacek Walawski, Maciej Pawlak, Peter Balcarek
09:30 - 11:00 Orthobiology

Moderators: Krzysztof Ficek, Maciej Kentel, Elizaveta Kon
09:30 - 11:00 Physiotherapy - Patellofemoral joint tips and trics

Moderators: Anna Jarosz, Andrzej Kępczyński
09:30 - 11:00 O.R. Nurses' Session I

Moderators: Renata Martynowska, Wioletta Bała
09:30 - 09:42 Patella Baja – nightmare of the knee surgeon. Prevention, first and second surgical approach. Revision after revision… David DeJour
ON-LINE
09:30 - 09:43 Patellofemoral dysplasia and arthrosis Jarosław Feluś 09:30 - 09:40 Stimulating factors in orthopedics, PRP in degenerative disease - facts and myths Dawid Szwedowski 09:30 - 09:42 MPFL patients' profile Martyna Jarocka 09:30 - 09:42 Femoroacetabular impingement in hip arthroscopy Renata Martynowska
09:42 - 09:52 „Low grade infections” – hidden enemy of knee and around knee surgeries. What they could damage and how to treat them. Olivier Borens 09:43 - 09:56 Treatment of cartilage lesions and PFJ facetectomy Jacek Walawski 09:40 - 09:50 What is worth knowing about the hyaluronic acid hybrid? Lecture under the patronage of IBSA Marcin Domżalski 09:42 - 09:54 Tips and tricks - optimalisation of treatment strategy after femoral trochleoplasty in patellar instability Alicja Fąfara 09:42 - 09:54 What should we be ready for during hip arthroscopy Sebastian Krupa
09:52 - 10:02 Can arthrofibrosis be prevented? Can it be completely cured? Bogusław Rydzak 09:56 - 10:09 Unloading PFJ Konrad Słynarski 09:50 - 10:02 Regenerative medicine technologies based on 3D printing and the use of stem cells Krzysztof Pietryga, Rafał Bułdak 09:54 - 10:06 Influence of chondroplasty on arthrokinematics of patellofemoral joint Dawid Bączkowicz 09:54 - 10:06 Elbow arthroscopy Wojciech Pindel
10:02 - 10:14 Complications and failures of multiligament reconstructions. How to avoid, how to fight with Neil Jain
ON-LINE
10:09 - 10:22 Surface implants Maciej Pawlak 10:02 - 10:12 Biomaterials and Orthobiology Wojciech Widuchowski 10:06 - 10:18 Rehabilitation program after chondral reconstruction in patellofemoral joint Ewa Kunik 10:06 - 10:18 What should we be ready for during elbow arthroscopy Kajetan Starzyk
10:14 - 10:24 Total arthroscopic posterior capsulotomy in permanent knee flexion contracture. Initial assessment of treatment results Michał Ebisz 10:22 - 10:35 TKA and the patellofemoral joint Paweł Skowronek 10:12 - 10:22 Stem cells in the treatment of osteoarthritis Arkadiusz Janusz 10:18 - 10:30 Functional failure after MPFL reconstruction - what could have gone wrong? A case presentation assessing possible failures on the part of the physiotherapist, patient and doctor. Joanna Kowalska 10:18 - 10:30 Shoulder arthroscopy Magdalena Grajewska
10:24 - 10:36 Are there complications not caused by the surgeon in osteomies around the knee? Technical, indicational and other. How to deal with them Olivier Borens 10:35 - 10:48 PFJ arthroplasty in 2021 Peter Balcarek 10:22 - 10:34 Biologic injections for OA Elizaveta Kon 10:30 - 10:42 Current concepts in ACL rehab and return to play Faraz Sethi 10:30 - 10:42 What should we be ready for during shoulder arthroscopy Mateusz Patkowski
10:36 - 10:44 Consequences of improper physiotherapy after knee surgery Sławomir Chomiak 10:48 - 11:00 Discussion 10:34 - 10:44 Quo Vadis Ortobiologio Bogusław Sadlik 10:42 - 11:00 Discussion 10:42 - 11:00 Discussion
10:44 - 10:52 Better not at all than wrong – orthotics after knee surgery Monika Cybart 10:44 - 10:54 Usage of the autologous, cultured mesenchymal stem cells in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair and Cartilage lesions repair in knee joint in the animal model. Preclinical trial.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Mikołaj Wróbel
10:52 - 11:00 Discussion 10:54 - 11:00 Discussion
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 AANA session

Moderators: Adam Kwapisz, Konrad Malinowski, Joseph Tauro
11:30 - 13:00 Cartilage

Moderators: Wojciech Widuchowski, Bogusław Sadlik, Elizaveta Kon
11:30 - 13:00 Ankle sprains

Moderators: Andrzej Mioduszewski, Katarzyna Herman
11:30 - 13:00 Physiotherapy II - Intra-articular lesions

Moderators: Alicja Fąfara, Maciej Biały
11:30 - 13:00 O.R. Nurses' Session II

Moderators: Marta Arendarczuk, Monika Kwapisz
11:30 - 11:42 Benefits of being an AANA International Member Joseph Tauro 11:30 - 11:42 Is autologous cartilage and bone graft still an appropriate treatment for cartilage damage? Bogusław Sadlik 11:30 - 11:42 Anatomy of the ankle joint and foot with elements of arthroscopic anatomy Urszula Zdanowicz 11:30 - 11:43 ACL lesion - reconstruction or conservative treatment? Maciej Biały 11:30 - 11:42 Arthroscopy of small and large joints using new devices - treatment techniques Emilia Ryba
11:42 - 11:54 Shoulder instability treatment – AANA perspective Jeff Abrams
ON-LINE
11:42 - 11:54 Failures in the treatment of chondral and osteochondral lesions Tomasz Piontek 11:42 - 11:54 Imaging diagnostics of the foot and ankle - what cannot we omit? Juliusz Sroczyński 11:43 - 11:56 Physical preparation after ACL reconstruction - the most important aspects Wojciech Kubasik 11:42 - 11:54 What do we need to be ready for during wrist arthroscopy Maciej Starzyk
11:54 - 12:06 Arthroscopic knee contractures management Konrad Malinowski 11:54 - 12:06 SONK of the medial femoral condyle - treatment options: from orthobiology to arthroplasty. Paweł Skowronek 11:54 - 12:06 Ankle Sprain - what is there apart from ATFL? Andrzej Mioduszewski 11:56 - 12:09 Return to sports after ACL reconstruction Piotr Ciebiera 11:54 - 12:06 Implants used for ACL reconstruction Magdalena Urbanik
12:06 - 12:18 Massive and unreparable cuff tears - AANA perspective Joseph Tauro 12:06 - 12:18 Mesechymal cells in the treatment of cartilage and osteochondral lesions Konrad Słynarski 12:06 - 12:18 Arthroscopy in fractures around the ankle joint Mikołaj Wróbel 12:09 - 12:22 Arthroscopic repair of menisci - when to load and how to do it safely Leszek Czakiert 12:06 - 12:18 Different methods - one goal - ACL reconstruction techniques Renata Martynowska
12:18 - 12:30 Return to sport after ACL reconstruction – AANA perspective Neal Jain
ON-LINE
12:18 - 12:30 Osteochondral Repair with Biomaterials Elizaveta Kon 12:18 - 12:38 Posterior ankle arthroscopy. Tips&Tricks Gino Kerkhoffs
ON-LINE
12:22 - 12:35 Changes in proprioception after suturing the meniscus Kinga Żmijewska 12:18 - 12:30 Multi-ligament injuries as a treatment challenge for a O.R. nurse Emilia Ryba, Marzena Janus
12:30 - 12:42 Hip instability arthroscopic management Jacek Mazek, Maciej Gnatowski 12:30 - 12:42 Autologous chondrocyte transplant. When and for whom to apply? Wojciech Widuchowski 12:38 - 12:48 Surgical repair of OCLT using BIOR: Clinical outcomes after treatment using a medial malleolar osteotomy approach compared to an arthroscopically-assisted approach with mean follow up 4 years
(COMPETITION WORK)
Mikołaj Podsiadło 12:35 - 12:48 Meniscectomy and physiotherapy - comparison of results Adam Michoński 12:30 - 12:42 What do we need to be ready for during ankle arthroscopy Maciej Starzyk
12:42 - 13:00 Discussion 12:42 - 12:50 One-stage reconstruction of cartilage defects in the knee joint with the use of autogenous cartilage transplant with PRP and MSC - assessment of early results Robert Pełka 12:48 - 13:00 Discussion 12:48 - 13:00 Discussion 12:42 - 12:54 Use of implants in arthroscopy of small joints Emilia Ryba
12:50 - 13:00 Discussion 12:54 - 13:00 Discussion
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch break and poster session
ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C ROOM D ROOM E
14:30 - 16:10 Osteotomies II - HTO/UKA/TKA

Moderators: Paweł Skowronek, Mirosław Kulej, Roland Becker
14:30 - 16:00 Shoulder tendon lesions

Moderators: Bartłomiej Kordasiewicz, Piotr Kominiak
14:30 - 16:00 Children - Pathologies characteristic for development age - diagnostics and treatment

Moderators: Jarosław Feluś, Marek Tramś
14:30 - 16:00 Physiotherapy III - Shoulder and hip - conservative and postoperative treatment

Moderators: Martyna Jarocka, Mateusz Romanowski
14:30 - 16:00 O.R. Nurses' Session III

Moderators: Wioletta Bała, Renata Martynowska
14:30 - 14:42 HTO osteotomy renaissance in knee degenerative changes Juliusz Dec 14:30 - 14:40 HAGL - role in shoulder instability, how not to miss, how to treat, techniques Jeff Abrams
ON-LINE
14:30 - 14:42 Osgood-Schlater disease - management and treatment Urszula Zdanowicz 14:30 - 14:42 Arthroscopic vs. conservative treatment in the treatment of the shoulder joint impaction syndrome Andrzej Kępczyński 14:30 - 14:42 Current guidelines for maintaining the antiseptics of the operating theater Danuta Dalecka
14:42 - 14:54 The importance of osteotomy in knee instability Roland Becker 14:40 - 14:52 Shoulder dislocations in the elderly. Piotr Kominiak 14:42 - 14:54 Lateral discoid meniscus - diagnosis, classification and treatment Łukasz Matuszewski 14:42 - 14:54 Conservative treatment of multidirectional shoulder instability - the current state of knowledge Patryk Kłaptocz 14:42 - 14:54 Differentiation of surface changes on surgical instruments Elżbieta Wala
14:54 - 15:06 Effect of HTO on the patellofemoral joint Jacek Walawski 14:52 - 15:02 Partial damage to the rotator cuff. Piotr Ogrodowicz 14:54 - 15:06 OCD of the knee joint in children and adolescents - diagnosis, classification and treatment Tomasz Piontek 14:54 - 15:06 Techniques of manual therapy in physiotherapy after arthroscopy of the hip joint in professional athletes Jakub Placzki 14:54 - 15:06 Surgery of a patient with COVID-19 Ewa Jarowicz
15:06 - 15:18 What's new in small knee implants? Michał Skowronek 15:02 - 15:12 RC damage augmentation, natural vs. artificial "patch". Przemysław Lubiatowski 15:06 - 15:18 Osteochondral lesions of the talus - diagnosis, management, treatment Tomasz Polak 15:06 - 15:18 LHBT tendinopathy - how to deal with it? Dominik Lubski 15:06 - 15:26 Nursing Responsibility Aspects Dariusz Smereka
15:18 - 15:30 HTO or UKA in degenerative changes of the knee - the same or two different groups of patients? Paweł Skowronek 15:12 - 15:22 Use of LHBT in massive rotator cuff damage. Krzysztof Hermanowicz 15:18 - 15:30 Snaping hip - causes, diagnosis and treatment Tomasz Guszczyn 15:18 - 15:30 Conservative treatment in the case of the femoroacetabular impingment syndrome Łukasz Stołowski 15:26 - 15:38 Ergonomics in the work of an O.R. nurse Elżbieta Wala
15:30 - 15:42 Lateral UKA - the other UNI. Michał Skowronek 15:22 - 15:32 Tendon transfer options in patients with irreparable rotator cuff tear Bassem Elhassan
ON-LINE
15:30 - 15:42 Extraarticular, subspine femoroacetabular impingement - causes, diagnosis, differentiation and treatment Bogusław Rydzak 15:30 - 15:42 Adductor related groin pain - planowanie i prowadzenie rehabilitacji w modelu evidence based practice Artur Mohr 15:38 - 15:50 Orthopedic Surgeon - The perfect surgeon Wioletta Bała
15:42 - 15:54 What's new in knee arthroplasty? Roland Becker 15:32 - 15:42 Frozen shoulder and damaged rotator cuff - treatment algorithm Jeff Abrams
ON-LINE
15:42 - 16:00 Discussion 15:42 - 16:00 Discussion 15:50 - 16:00 The perfect O.R. nurse Witold Wnukiewicz
15:54 - 16:06 Knee phenotype and axis and knee arthroplasty. Mirosław Kulej 15:42 - 15:49 Massive and irreparable rotator cuff tears treated by arthroscopic partial repair and partial repair with long head of the biceps tendon augmentation. Comparison of clinical and radiological findings.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Hubert Laprus Discussion
16:06 - 16:10 Discussion 15:49 - 16:00 Discussion
16:00 - 16:30 Coffee break
16:30 - 18:00 Elbow - ligamentous injuries and post-traumatic changes

Moderators: Krzysztof Otwinowski, Adam Kwapisz, Paolo Arrigoni
16:30 - 18:00 3D printing and PSI techniques in orthopedics

Moderators: Tomasz Pardała, Andrzej Mioduszewski
16:30 - 18:00 Wrist arthroscopy

Moderators: Paweł Nowicki, Paweł Reichert
16:30 - 18:00 Physiotherapy IV - Objective methods of functional evaluation of the musculoskeletal system

Moderators: Aleksandra Królikowska, Łukasz Oleksy
16:30 - 16:40 Clinical anatomy on cadaveric model and arthroscopy Bartłomiej Juszczak 16:30 - 16:39 10 years of PSI experience in orthopedics - from arthroplasty to osteotomy Tomasz Pardała 16:30 - 16:42 Indications for arthroscopy - diagnosis and symptoms Arnak Balabekyan 16:30 - 16:42 The most common errors in orthopedic care as the main cause of postoperative complications Monika Cybart
16:40 - 16:52 A safe technique for the placement of portals Krzysztof Otwinowski 16:39 - 16:48 PSI planning technique from the engineer's point of view Jakub Piękoś 16:42 - 16:54 Arthroscopy in the treatment triangular cartilage complex lesions and instability of the distal radioulnar joint Maciej Klich 16:42 - 16:54 Comparative analysis of tests assessing readiness to return to sport (RTS) on the example of footballers after ACL reconstruction Aleksandra Królikowska
16:52 - 17:04 Arthroscopy in post-traumatic elbow instabilities Paolo Arrigoni 16:48 - 16:57 Knee: HTO with PSI - how do I do it now after 100 treatments? Robert Śmigielski 16:54 - 17:06 Arthroscopy in the treatment of wrist fractures and radius fractures Paweł Nowicki 16:54 - 17:06 Use of the composite score index in assessing the readiness to return to sport after ACL lesion and reconstruction in athletes Łukasz Oleksy
17:04 - 17:16 Distal attachment of the biceps tendon lesion repair Henryk Noga 16:57 - 17:06 Osteotomies around the knee, triplane PSI Michał Drwięga 17:06 - 17:18 Trapezoidectomy in arthroscopic technique or arthroscopy in OA of small joints of the hand Witold Wnukiewicz 17:06 - 17:18 The use of simultaneous surface electromyography and ultrasound in the functional assessment of the hip joint Artur Marszałek
17:16 - 17:28 Stiff Elbow After Injury - When Will I Use the Arthroscope? Przemysław Lubiatowski 17:06 - 17:15 Wrist: PSI - so little space, lots of possibilities Paweł Nowicki 17:18 - 17:30 Wrist arthroscopy in children and adolescents
(COMPETITION WORK)
Kaja Giżewska-Kacprzak 17:18 - 17:30 Assessment of Achilles tendon reconstruction effects using biomechanical functional assessment Bartosz Kiedrowski
17:28 - 17:40 Stiff elbow after an injury - when will I say enough? Bartłomiej Kordasiewicz 17:15 - 17:24 Ankle joint: The Ankle PSI Factor - Science or Fiction? Andrzej Komor 17:30 - 17:42 Nanoscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of the wrist Paweł Reichert 17:30 - 18:00 Discussion
17:40 - 17:52 Arthroscopic elbow osteocapsular arthroplasty as treatment of osteoarthritis in active patients under 60 years of age.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Krzysztof Otwinowski 17:24 - 17:33 Shoulder: 3D thinking is a must Paweł Surdziel 17:42 - 17:54 Mini-battle PANEL Discussion
17:52 - 18:00 Discussion 17:33 - 17:42 Next stop MIXED REALITY? Przemysław Lubiatowski 17:54 - 18:00 Discussion
17:42 - 17:51 The dangers of PSI and 3D technicians from an enthusiast's eye Andrzej Mioduszewski
17:51 - 18:00 Discussion
Saturday, 16 October 2021
ROOM A ROOM B ROOM C
08:00 - 09:15 ICL 6 - ACL in children

Moderators: Marcin Domżalski, Urszula Zdanowicz
ICL6 08:00 - 09:15 ICL 7- Basic hip - from anatomy to arthroscopy

Moderators: Arkadiusz Koniarski, Michał Drwięga
ICL7 08:00 - 09:15 ICL 8 - PCL

Moderators: Juliusz Dec, Bogusław Sadlik
ICL8
08:00 - 08:14 Children's ACL - introduction Marcin Domżalski 08:00 - 08:12 Qualification for arthroscopy - clinical examination and imaging. What cases are the best way to start arthroscopy? Maciej Pawlak 08:00 - 08:12 Diagnostics of the posterior instability, associated lesions Mariusz Smolik
08:14 - 08:28 Child's knee anatomy Przemysław Pękala 08:12 - 08:24 Preparation for surgery - tools, positioning, portals - anatomy and dangers Michał Drwięga 08:12 - 08:24 Indications for conservative treatment and the qualification algorithm for PCL reconstruction Bogusław Sadlik
08:28 - 08:42 Growth and limb axis disorders after ACL reconstruction Krzysztof Małecki 08:24 - 08:36 How to get to the hip? Central and perimeter access. Step by step. Differences, advantages and disadvantages Patryk Ulicki 08:24 - 08:36 Posteromedial or maybe transeptal approach? Jerzy Cholewiński
08:42 - 08:57 Does the graft after ACL ligament reconstruction in children grows? Łukasz Matuszewski 08:36 - 08:48 How to get to the hip from extracapsular approach Arkadiusz Koniarski 08:36 - 08:48 PCL reconstruction - how to avoid problems? Juliusz Dec
08:57 - 09:11 Step-by-step trans-cartilage reconstruction in children ACL Marcin Domżalski 08:48 - 09:00 Standard procedure - cam resection, pincer, labrum repair Jacek Mazek, Maciej Gnatowski, Robert Sankowski, Jakub Dziurzyński 08:48 - 09:00 PCL arthroscopic or inlay, single or double bundle, or maybe osteotomy? Adam Pierzchała
09:11 - 09:15 Discussion 09:00 - 09:12 Management after hip arthroscopy Artur Marszałek 09:00 - 09:12 Conservative treatment, principles of rehabilitation and postoperative procedures. Paweł Ślęczka
09:12 - 09:15 Discussion 09:12 - 09:15 Discussion
09:15-09:30 Coffee break
09:30-11:00 Patellar instability

Moderators: Jarosław Feluś, Jacek Walawski
09:30 - 11:00 ACL

Moderators: Maciej Kentel, Robert Śmigielski, Gernot Felmet
09:30 - 11:00 Standard hip - FAI, cartilage and labrum

Moderators: Łukasz Paczesny, Piotr Jancewicz
09:30 - 09:42 Decision making in patellar instability cases Peter Balcarek 09:30 - 09:42 Anatomically Reconstruction ACL Robert Śmigielski 09:30 - 09:44 Treatment of the femoral acetabular conflict - biomechanical basics Szymon Gryckiewicz
09:42 - 09:54 How to avoid troubles? Current concepts in MPFL reconstruction techniques. Andrzej Grzegorzewski 09:42 - 09:54 ACL Reconstruction without material – how to do it anatomically Gernot Felmet 09:44 - 09:58 Tips and tricks of atraumatic techniques in the hip Kamil Graboń
09:54 - 10:06 Distal realignment - an insight into technique and efficacy in the treatment of PFJ instability. Jacek Walawski 09:54 - 10:10 Surgical technique for anterolateral stabilization of the knee Etienne Cavaignac 09:58 - 10:12 Smart qualification is the base of success Piotr Jancewicz
10:06 - 10:18 Torsional deformities as a predictive factor for patellar instability and/or anterior knee pain Łukasz Luboiński 10:10 - 10:22 Validity of Return-to-Sport Testing after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Surgery - Systematic Review Maciej Kentel 10:12 - 10:26 Cam resection - methodical means effective Michał Drwięga
10:18 - 10:30 Fixed and habitual patellar dislocations. Surgical technique. Jarosław Feluś 10:22 - 10:34 To do or not to do? Is there still a place for an artifivial ACL ligament? Neil Jain
ON-LINE
10:26 - 10:40 Save the labrum Łukasz Paczesny
10:30 - 10:42 Does „good” always matters „good”? Critical analysis of the outcomes measure tools in patellofemoral instability cases and the results of polish adaptation of BPII 2.0 and NPI score. Alicja Fąfara 10:34 - 10:46 Save the ACL – Healing response, technique and results Gernot Felmet 10:40 - 10:54 Rotator cuff injury - from diagnosis to treatment Krzysztof Hermanowicz
10:42 - 10:49 Assessment of impact of quadriceps muscle contraction on Medial Patellofemoral Ligament (MPFL) length, with use of specifically designed magnetic resonance imaging sequences.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Marcin Mostowy 10:46 - 10:53 Does the Posterior Condylar Angle (PCA) affect risk of ACL tear? An MRI based study in 18- 30 years old males.
(COMPETITION WORK)
Michał Kanak 10:54 - 11:00 Discussion
10:49 - 11:00 Discussion 10:53 - 11:00 Analysis Of The Blood Supply To The Femoral Attachment Of The Anterior Cruciate Ligament After Acl Injury
(COMPETITION WORK)
Jędrzej Lesman
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
11:10 - 13:10 Guest Nation Session
ON-LINE

Moderators: Tomasz Piontek, Arkadiusz Wiatr

Sesja pod patronatem firmy Smith&Nephew
11:30 - 13:00 MCL i PLC

Moderators: Krzysztof Hermanowicz, Konrad Malinowski, Etienne Cavaignac
11:30 - 13:00 Hip masters - extra-articular conflicts, tendons and complications

Moderators: Jacek Mazek, Maciej Płończak
11:10 - 11:25 Comparison of mid-term results after ACL reconstruction with autograft from peroneus longus musle and patellar tendon (BTB). Evgeniy Goncharov 11:30 - 11:42 Anatomy and diagnostics of MCL and PLC failures Adrian Góralczyk 11:30 - 11:41 Beyond the limits of arthroscopy - possibilities for reconstructive treatment in complex deformities of the proximal femur and pelvis Jarosław Feluś
11:25 - 11:40 My experience in meniscus repair (meniscus root repair) Nikolay Gnelitsa 11:42 - 11:54 MCL - repair of acute lesion, reconstruction possibilities. MCL and other procedures. Marcin Mostowy 11:41 - 11:52 Use of bone allografts in hip arthroscopy Patryk Ulicki
11:40 - 11:55 Meniscus repair - is a fashion or a necessity ? Yuri Glazkov 11:54 - 12:09 MCL reconstruction with anterior medial enhancement - step by step - the course of the procedure. Konrad Malinowski 11:52 - 12:03 Osteoid osteoma of the hip - diagnosis and arthroscopic treatment Arkadiusz Koniarski
11:55 - 12:10 Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedure: Analysis of learning curve and 8 years follow up results Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Vetoshkin 12:09 - 12:19 Is MCL pie-crusting release correct? A joint attempt to evaluate the benefits and losses. Konrad Malinowski, Katarzyna Herman 12:03 - 12:15 Complications after arthroscopy - how to avoid them? Maciej Płończak
12:10 - 12:25 Massive RCR Alexander Kopylov 12:19 - 12:33 Possibilities of PLC repair and reconstruction Marcin Kuta 12:15 - 12:27 Use of arthroscopy in the treatment of AVN Tomasz Pardała
12:25 - 12:40 Pseudoarthrosis of the navicular bone of the hand. Arthroscopic method of treatment using a collagen membrane Dimitri Murin 12:33 - 12:45 Use of the hamstring to repair PLT instability - new method Krzysztof Hermanowicz 12:27 - 12:38 Arthroscopic reconstructions and difficult repairs that can be performed, but when and if it is worth it Jacek Mazek, Maciej Gnatowski, Robert Sankowski, Jakub Dziurzyński
12:40 - 12:55 Arthroscopy of the shoulder joint in rheumatoid arthritis: what is important to know? Maxim Makarov 12:45 - 13:00 Discussion 12:38 - 12:49 External and internal snaping hip - arthroscopic treatment, the secret of success Marcin Mostowy
12:55 - 13:10 Discussion 12:49 - 13:00 Discussion
13:00 Congress Ending

Call for Abstracts

We invite you to submit abstracts.

Paper presentation rules:

Obowiązuje następujący układ streszczenia:

  1. Name(s) of author(s) with affiliation number
  2. Title in Polish
  3. Title in English
  4. Abstract content in Polish and English:
  • a) do include: introduction, objective, materials and methods, results, conclusions
  • b) do not include: figures, address of institution, academic titles, grants sponsoring the research or literature
  • c) the “materials and methods” section should specify whether the study was prospective or retrospective and name the statistical methods used in the study
  • d) if using abbreviations, provide the long form when first used
  • e) the abstract should not include data which could identify the author(s) or the institution from which the paper originates
  1. the number of papers submitted by one author is limited to 3
  2. by submitting the abstract, you confirm that you have obtained the approval of all co-authors and head of the unit from which the paper originates
  3. the author is responsible for complying with personal data protection law, copyrights and ethical standards
  4. all submitted abstracts will be blinded for consideration by reviewers, who will decide which papers are included in the Congress programme.

Wrocław Congress Centre

 (Wystawowa 1, 51-618 Wroclaw)

Centennial Hall

Complex is situated in one of the oldest municipal parks in Europe –Szczytnicki Park, in the so-called Great Island between the Oder canals.

It is the key element of the historical complex, which together with Wrocław Congress Center (RCTB), Wrocław Multimedia Fountain, historical Pergola and adjacent green grounds, creates an ideal meeting place in the heart of Wrocław.

Centennial Hall is one of the most popular venues to organize major mass events. Multi-functionality of available spaces and state-of-the-art technical equipment ensure that events held in its premises, i.e. congresses, conferences, fairs, sporting competitions and cultural events, represent the highest organizational standard.

Fountain

The largest fountain in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. Its grand opening was held on 4 June 2009 and accompanied the twentieth anniversary of the first free election in the post-war Poland.

It is situated in the picturesque landscape of Szczytnicki Park, next to the Centennial Hall complex and Wrocław Congress Center, and attracts interest of domestic and foreign tourists.

It covers the surface of nearly 1 hectare, and 800 lights and 300 water jets have been arranged in its bed.

Accommodation

Novotel Wroclaw Centrum

Powstancow Slaskich 7
53-332 Wroclaw

IBIS Wroclaw Centrum

Powstancow Slaskich 7B
53-332 Wroclaw

Mercure Wroclaw Centrum

Plac Dominikanski 1
50-159 Wroclaw

AC Hotel by Marriott

Plac Wolnosci 10
50-071 Wroclaw

Ibis Styles Wrocław Centrum

Pl. Konstytucji 3 Maja
50-083 Wrocław

Gala Dinner

with live music

Date: 15.10.2021
Time: 20:00

Venue: TOPACZ Castle

(Sleza ul. Glowna 12, 55-040 Kobierzyce)

Tickets required

The organiser provides transport from the following hotels:

Novotel Wroclaw Centrum

IBIS Wroclaw Centrum

Mercure Wroclaw Centrum

AC Hotel by Marriott

The dinner is not financed by innovative companies associated in INFARMA

Competition

For the best paper* written by an author under 40 years of age

1st prize PLN 4000

2nd prize PLN 3000

3rd prize PLN 2000

SUBMIT YOUR PAPER!

*concerns only medical sessions

COMPETITION FOR THE BEST RESEARCH WORK ABOUT PHYSIOTHERAPY

The authors of 3 best abstracts on physiotherapy will present their works in the Prime Time session.

Gospodarz

Patroni naukowi i medialni

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