• 4 - 5 November, 2022
    • Convener: Dr. Dipit Sahu
    • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Railway Hospital, Byculla
      K. B. Bhabha Municipal Hospital, Bandra

    BOS Member:
    11,210/- (Including GST)
    BOS Non-Member:
    12,744/- (Including GST)

Convener: Dr. Dipit Sahu (Mob: +91 9619136962)
Co-Conveners: Dr. Komal Gajbhiye (Mob: +91 8879798996)
Dr. Nikhil Gokhale (Mob: +91 9082996753)
Maximum Delegates: 30
Course Fees: BOS Member:
9,500 + 1,710 (18% GST) = 11,210/-

BOS Non-Member:
10,800 + 1,944 (18% GST) = 12,744/-
Date: 4 - 5 November, 2022
Venue: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Memorial Railway Hospital, Byculla
K. B. Bhabha Municipal Hospital, Bandra

Proposed Faculty

Dr. Sanjay Garude, Dr. Sanjay Desai, Dr. Nagraj Shetty, Dr. Arpit Dave, Dr. Jairam Jagiasi, Dr. Hetal Chiniwala, Dr. Samarjit Bansal, Dr. Harshad Argekar, Dr. Abhijit Kale,
Dr. Pradip Nemade, Dr. Sudhir Sharan, Dr. Aditya Pawaskar, Dr. Roshan Wade, Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, Dr. Nilesh Kamat, Dr. Vijay Singh, Dr. Swapnil M. Keny, Dr. Satish Mutha

Course Highlights

Live surgery demonstration of shoulder arthroplasty, shoulder fracture and shoulder arthroscopy

Format and Pattern

Live surgeries:
1. PHILOS fixation for proximal humerus fracture
2. Reverse Shoulder replacement / Hemi-replacement for proximal humerus fracture
3. Clavicle fracture fixation
4. Lateral end clavicle fixation
5. Arthroscopic Cuff repair
6. Arthroscopic labral repair
7. Greater tuberosity fracture fixation

Didactic talks:
· Technical steps in shoulder reverse arthroplasty
· Design variations in reverse shoulder
· Tips and techniques in PHILOS plating
· Basics and set-up for shoulder arthroscopy
· Essential tips and techniques in shoulder arthroscopy
· Essential steps in Bankart procedure
· Techniques in AC dislocation fixation
· Techniques in lateral end clavicle fracture fixation
· Options in clavicle shaft fractures

Panel case discussions:
· Proximal humerus fracture fixation in 60-year-old
· Proximal humerus fracture-dislocation in 70-year-old
· Greater tuberosity fracture management in a 50-year-old man
· Management of unstable shoulder in 20-year-old
· Rotator cuff management in a 60-year-old woman

Learning Material

PDFs of learning material will be provided

Core competencies to be achieved

Deltopectoral approach for PHILOS fixation
Deltoid split approach for GT fracture fixation
SURGICAL Approach for reverse shoulder replacement
Types and designs in reverse shoulder replacement
Basic fundamentals of rotator cuff repair
Decision making in unstable shoulders
Approach to a distal clavicle fractures

Who can attend this Course

1. Practising orthopaedic surgeons who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills in shoulder surgery.
2. Post-graduates in orthopaedic surgery and junior orthopaedists who wish to enhance their knowledge about shoulder surgery.
3. Shoulder surgeons who wish to learn more about shoulder surgery as practised by expert and highly experienced shoulder surgeons.


Delegates who want to cancel their registration must notify the BOS Secretariat in writing. 15% amount will be deducted for cancellation one month before the course. The cancellation amount is in addition to the GST paid which will not be refunded. No refund, if cancelled less than a month before the commencement of the course. All refunds will be made by online, only after the respective courses gets over. Candidates who are not selected will be given 100% refund. BOS will not be responsible for any untoward incident (natural or unnatural) due to which the candidate is not able to attend the course.

Course Refunds Disclaimer

It needs to be noted that any course of the BOS may be cancelled or postponed or its program may be altered / modified depending upon the situation prevalent in the country in view of the COVID-19 infection, rules and regulations by the Central Government, State Government, Municipal Corporations of the cities in which the courses are held and the institutes in which the courses are conducted.

The Bombay Orthopaedic Society will try and intimate the course delegates in advance in such circumstances. However, it may not be possible for the BOS to intimate or inform the delegates in reasonable time, in case the courses need to be cancelled at a shorter notice.

In such a case, the rules of course fees refund will apply. The BOS or its Executive Council cannot be held liable and responsible for any financial losses, which may result due to course cancellation including travel expenses, residential and logistical expenses. Such Expenses shall not be reimbursed to the delegates.


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