The orthopedic surgeon perspective
October 27, 2021, 06:00 PM – 06:40 PM EDT(-04:00)
Michael Oberlander, MD, FAAOS
This program will provide a review of the most recent literature on Knee Osteoarthritis with a focus on improvement in the quality of life for patients. The talk will provide insight into the pathology, pathophysiology, evaluation and multitude of treatment options for this incredibly common condition. With an aging population, knee OA is already a leading cause of disability and a major economic burden globally. An unbiased overview of the ongoing research will be presented including; novel therapies, cartilage restoration, surgical reconstructive options and orthobiologics. There will be significant time allotted for questions and active audience participation.