Seattle Lower Extremity Surgical Symposium (SLESS)

March 2-3, 2018
Highline Medical Center
Up to 16 CECH

Join us for the 2nd Annual Seattle Lower Extremity Surgery Symposium—SLESS offers continuing medical education on surgical techniques for lower extremity trauma and reconstruction. SLESS is a 2-day course, featuring one day of didactic lectures and one day of cadaveric skills sessions. Learn from a faculty of leading (MD and DPM) lower extremity surgeons.

This very popular course provides surgical exposure and hands-on training in external fixation, total ankle replacement, Charcot Reconstruction, and muscle flap techniques.

At the conclusion of the course, participants will have an understanding of:

  • Total ankle replacement, revision and fusion
  • Talectomy and TC fusion techniques
  • Charcot reconstruction with beaming rods and external fixation
  • Anatomical considerations for muscle flap procedures
  • Muscle flap techniques for soleus, gastrocnemius and peroneus brevis flaps
  • Muscle flap stabilization with external fixation
  • General nerve application for the lower extremity

Course Fees

Day 1 - Lectures Only:
Physicians/Fellows - $200 ($300 after 2/2/2018)
Residents Complimentary**
Up to 8 CME

Days 1 and 2 - Lectures and Cadaver Skills Workshop:
Physicians/Fellows - $1,250 ($1,350 after 2/2/2018)
Up to 16 CME†

Cadaver Skills Workshop limited to the first 20 registrants!

Register:

To register, select from the options below, click "Add to Cart" and complete the online checkout process. You may also register by completing the form here and mailing or faxing it to us.

Course Downloadable Registration Form click here
Course Preliminary Schedule click here

Accommodations

Course fee does not include hotel expenses.

Cedarbrook Lodge

 

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation requests must be received in writing. Requests received by IFAF four (4) weeks prior to the course date will receive a full refund minus $150 administrative fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received less than four (4) weeks prior to the course. However, a certificate of transfer may be given to any cancellation one (1) month out for a similar future seminar within one (1) year.

* CPME Approved, AMA Category 1 Pending
**with a letter from Director. Lectures Only. Workshops not available to Residents.
† Participant will need to complete a qualifying assessment upon enrollment. Acceptance into this course will be based on participant's prior surgical qualifications.