2017 ISAKOS Biennial Congress Faculty

 

Myles R. J. Coolican, FRACS

Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute
Sydney, NSW AUSTRALIA

Dr. Myles Coolican specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee. He has particular interests in total knee replacement and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. He performs these surgeries at Royal North Shore, North Shore Private and the Mater Misericordiae Hospitals in Sydney. Dr. Coolican has presented at over thirty national and international meetings of scientific societies and published over fifteen scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals.
www.mylescoolican.com.au

Sat 06/03
15:00 - 15:40
Room 2-3 Session III: Expert Panel - How do I do a TKA?

Moderator
Sat 06/03
16:21 - 16:28
Room 2-3 Session IV: Difficult TKA
Lecture
How to Manage Bone Defect
Presenter
Sat 06/03
16:35 - 17:00
Room 2-3 Session IV: Difficult TKA
Discussion
Discussion
Faculty
Mon 06/05
07:30 - 09:00
Room 1-3 ICL #8
Instructional Course Lecture
Current Concept in Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty
Faculty
Mon 06/05
07:35 - 07:47
Room 1-3 ICL #8
Presentation
UKA or HTO – selecting the right treatment option for the individual patient
Presenter
Tue 06/06
07:30 - 09:00
Room 1-3 ICL #16
Instructional Course Lecture
Achieving a Successful Outcome in the Difficult Primary TKA
Faculty
Tue 06/06
07:50 - 08:10
Room 1-3 ICL #16
Presentation
Knee With Valgus Deformity
Presenter
Wed 06/07
15:30 - 16:30
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4 Knee: Arthroplasty
Surgical Demonstration
Kinematic Total Knee Replacement
Moderator
Wed 06/07
16:50 - 16:55
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4 Knee: Arthroplasty
Paper
The Effect of Total Knee Arthroplasty on Active Knee Extension During Treadmill Walking
Author
Wed 06/07
16:55 - 17:00
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4 Knee: Arthroplasty
Paper
Knee Biomechanics After Replacement Surgery (Kbars) – Kinematic and Electromyographic Comparison of Posterior-Stabilised, Cruciate-Retaining and Medial-Pivot Designs During Locomotion
Author
ePosters
E-Poster
#1805
Knee - PCL/Collateral ligaments/Multiligament injuries
E-Poster
Patient and Injury Characteristics do not Accurately Predict Risk of Below-Normal Quality of Life Following Multiple-Ligament Knee Injury and Reconstruction
Author

Disclosures

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Support received from Zimmer Smith & Nephew Global Orthopaedics