Do you enjoy the fall meeting but miss the intimate interactions of AAHKS meetings of the past? Are you looking to get your questions answered by leading experts in a small group setting? Then the First Annual AAHKS Spring meeting is for you! 

The meeting will be centered around a case-based discussion format in small groups with a maximum of 10 participants per faculty member and symposia on important topics ranging from the business of orthopaedics to perioperative optimization and management. The meeting will facilitate the ideal learning atmosphere for the practicing hip and knee surgeon wanting to learn more about primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty.

Response to the meeting is strong, and registration will close at a cap of 200 participants. Visit www.AAHKS.org to register and learn more about the objectives, faculty and CME credit offered.

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