Seattle Lower Extremity Surgical Symposium (SLESS)
NEW Virtual Webinar!
Friday-Saturday, March 19-20 -- Live Virtual Lectures*
Sunday, March 21-- Live Virtual Cadaveric Skills Lab*
*Up to 16 CECH available for Virtual Lectures
*Up to 4 CECH available for Virtual Surgical Skills Lab
"Great Course! Great Faculty! I’m already looking forward to next year!"
Join us for the newly updated 2021 Virtual Seattle Lower Extremity Surgical Symposium—SLESS offers continuing medical education on surgical techniques for lower extremity trauma and reconstruction. SLESS is a 3-day course, featuring two days of didactic lectures and one half-day of cadaveric skills sessions--all presented live on a virtual platform that can be viewed online from the comfort of your own home! Learn from a faculty of leading (MD and DPM) lower extremity surgeons.
This very popular course provides surgical exposure and training in external fixation, total ankle replacement, trauma revision, nerve applications 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, peroneus brevis flaps and others
- Muscle flap stabilization with external fixation
- General nerve application for the lower extremities
|Tuition fees||Before 3/18/21|
|2-Day Virtual Lectures (Physicians and Residents/Fellows)||$400|
|2-Day Virtual Lectures plus Surgical Skills Lab (Physicians and Residents/Fellows)||$500|
Seattle Lower Extremity Surgery Symposium
May 13-15, 2021
June 24-26, 2021
August 6-8, 2021
August 27-28, 2021
September 23-25, 2021
October 16-23, 2021
November 19-20, 2021
**Register for two seminars in 2020 and receive $100 off the second seminar's tuition.
PLEASE CONTACT IFAF BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE SECOND SEMINAR TO RECEIVE YOUR DISCOUNT. Does NOT apply to Residents, Retired/APMA Life Members or Military. Does NOT include SLESS/Arthroscopy Courses