CPD Points Awarded – 24


A Four day course teaching the principles of deformity planning & correction.

First day (specialty day) to focus on foot and ankle deformity. Will cover the principles of management of diabetic and non diabetic foot and ankle deformities and include methods of fixation and osteotomy techniques. Guest lectures on the management of Charcot and neuropathic feet. The subsequent three days are an instructional and practical course teaching the principles of deformity planning by clinical and radiological analysis. Will include the application of appropriate osteotomy techniques and fixation methods.


Aims and Objectives
At the end of the course the participants will understand the principles of deformity analysis and deformity correction and be able to apply their understanding to clinical practice.
Participants would understand the principles of management of foot and ankle deformities and appropriate osteotomy and fixation methods.


Intended Participants
Consultants Treating Children and Adults with Limb Deformity.
Trauma Surgeons.
Consultants Treating Trauma and the Sequelae of Trauma.
Foot and ankle surgeons.
Limb reconstruction & Trauma OHPs.
Senior Trainees.


Interactive Lectures
Cadaveric Dissection
Deformity Analysis Workshops
Sawbones Labs
Case Discussion Groups


Course Conveners
Mr Hemant Sharma, Hull
Mr Gavin Dekiewiet, Sunderland

Course Fees: £585 (AHPs £250) – includes course materials, Course dinner, lunches & breaks

10% discount on registrations before 23rd April 2016

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