13 A 16 DE JUNHO/2021
PRO MAGNO – SÃO PAULO/SP
Mensagem do Presidente
Vem aí mais uma edição do Congresso Brasileiro de Cirurgia do Joelho. O 18º CBCJ ocorrerá dos dias 13 a 16 de junho de 2021 no Pro Magno Centro de Eventos, em São Paulo.
Com o tema “Inovação gerando mais qualidade de vida”, nosso Congresso apresentará novidades em pesquisas, técnicas e materiais em cirurgia do joelho, com foco em infecção e dor.
O programa científico será bem abrangente e contemplará todos os temas da cirurgia do joelho, contribuindo assim para a atualização de todos congressistas.
Junte-se a nós neste momento de troca de experiências e aproveite também para desfrutar das principais atrações culturais, gastronômicas e turísticas da capital paulista.
Esperamos por você!
José Ricardo Pécora – Presidente do 18º CBCJ
CBCJ Junho de 2021 | Definições
Como anunciado previamente, a comissão organizadora decidiu acatar as determinações para o adiamento do 18º Congresso Brasileiro de Cirurgia do Joelho (CBCJ 2021) para 13 a 16 de junho de 2021, mantendo-o no mesmo local (Pro Magno Centro de Eventos – SP).
Todos os processos que envolvem o Congresso serão reabertos.
A seguir, as definições e datas importantes:
- As inscrições que foram realizadas serão automaticamente transferidas para o evento em junho de 2021.
- Para novos inscritos, o sistema está aberto com novos valores e lotes de desconto. Além da opção de parcelamento de até 4x. Todas as regras atualizadas estão no site do congresso.
- Registre-se aqui.
PROVA DE TÍTULO
- Aqueles que estão cursando R4 em 2020, preenchendo os critérios de submissão, poderão fazer a prova em 2021.
- As inscrições serão abertas em breve.
- Confira todas as regras aqui.
- Os temas livres aprovados serão automaticamente transferidos para o evento em junho de 2021.
- Novos temas livres poderão ser enviados na reabertura do sistema de submissão, a partir de 01 de setembro de 2020.
- A Comissão, por solicitação de alguns serviços e após análise do pleito, definiu aceitar trabalhos enviados em inglês.
- Data limite para recebimento dos trabalhos: 09/03/2021.
- Confira todas as regras aqui.
Para qualquer esclarecimento ou solicitação, entre em contato com firstname.lastname@example.org ou ligue para 21 2286-2846.
Seguimos contando com a participação de todos para que tenhamos um excelente evento em junho de 2021!
André Kuhn – Presidente da Sociedade
José Ricardo Pécora – Presidente do Congresso
Sérgio Marinho de Gusmão Canuto – Vice-presidente/1º Secretário
Victor Marques de Oliveira – 2º Secretário
Marcelo Seiji Kubota – 1º Tesoureiro
Alan de Paula Mozella – 2º Tesoureiro
Vitor Barion de Pádua – Diretor Científico
Guilherme Moreira de Abreu e Silva – Vogal
Marcelo Rodrigues Torres – Suplente
Dr André Kuhn – Presidente SBCJ
Dr José Ricardo Pécora – Presidente do CBCJ 2020
Ortopedia e Traumatologia
Il Dottor Todesca si è laureato in Medicina e Chirurgia presso l'Università Cattolica " Sacro Cuore" di Roma nel Luglio 1992; nel medesimo ateneo consegue la specializzazione in Ortopedia e Traumatologia nel Novembre 1998. Riceve su appuntamento presso il Centro " VILLA BETANIA GIOMI SPA".
Istruzione e Formazione
Medicina e Chirurgia presso Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore
Specializzazione in Ortopedia e Traumatologia presso Università Cattolica Sacro Cuore
- Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
- Orthopaedic Surgery
- Boston, United States of America
Christian Lattermann is Chief of Sports Medicine and holds the endowed Distinguished Chair for Orthopaedic Surgery at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston MA.
He began his training at Hannover Medical School in Germany under the guidance of Philipp Lobenhoffer, MD and Harald Tscherne, MD. In 1997 he did a research and clinical fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, where he continued his career as resident in Orthopaedic Surgery.
He continued to complete a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Cartilage Repair at Rush University.
Christian Lattermann started his independent career in 2006 at the University of Kentucky, has built a strong clinical research program and built aone of the largest Cartilage Repair Centers in the US. He was appointed Professor and Vice Chair for Orthopaedic Surgery and Research at the University of Kentucky in 2015.
He is an expert in cartilage repair and complex knee surgery, outcomes research and clinical trials. His recent appointment to the Brigham and Women’s Hospital allows him to continue his research work in the field of clinical trials in early OA and cartilage repair and will continue the tradition of the Boston Cartilage Repair Center.
Christian Lattermann has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, over 25 book chapters and his research has been funded by national and federal institutions such as the National Institute of Health, Arthritis Foundation of America, NFL charities, Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) and the Physical Therapy Association of America (PTAA). Christian Lattermann is active in national organizations in the US, and Germany where he is the current chair of the Research committee of the German-speaking Arthroscopy Society (AGA).
He was program co-chair for the World Congress in Macau in 2018 and has been elected by the ICRS membership as the two time Treasurer of the Executive Board of the ICRS.
Medical Doctor, Orthopedic Knee Surgeon
Lyon-Ortho-Clinic LYON FRANCE
David DEJOUR Is head Director of Lyon-Ortho-Clinic since 1996.
He is known worldwide for his pioneering research on patellofemoral joint, knee ACL, and Patellofemoral joint in degenerative Knee.
He is currently the President of ESSKA (European Society of Sport traumatology, Knee Arthroscopy), he has been involved in the board of the Francophone Arthroscopy Society (SFA) and the French National society (SOFCOT).
His primary interest is knee sport’s traumatology and pain. He published the worldwide classification of Trochlear dysplasia and described several original surgical procedures for it. He published numerous scientific studies about ACL reconstruction, return to sport and muscle recovery after sport’s trauma.
His medical center is dedicated to professional and recreational sport player in soccer, rugby, basket, handball, running teams and fighting sports. Each years Lyon-Ortho-Clinic trained fellows, residents, and visitors under his supervision.
His secondary interest is the future of all these athletes with degenerative knees. He has done some research on osteotomies and partial or total knee arthroplasty to keep them on daily active and sport’s life.
- MD, Prof.
- Facultad de Medicina Clinica Alemana - Universidad del Desarrollo Santiago, RM CHILE
Jefe de Unidad de Rodilla y Artroscopia Departamento Traumatologia Clinica Alemana de Santiago; Jefe de Docencia e Investigación Departamento Traumatologia Clinica Alemana de Santiago; Profesor Titular Facultad de Medicina Clinica Alemana-Universidad del Desarrollo; 1ª Vicepresidente Sociedad Latinoamerica de Artroscopia Rodilla y deportes SLARD; Executive Committe ISAKOS; Board ISAKOS Member at large; Mas de 100 publicaciones nacionales e internacionales; 3 libros escritos como autor y capítulos de autor en 7 textos de Traumatologia y Artroscopia; Miembro activo de 13 Sociedades científicas; Director de Revista Chilena de Ortopedia y Traumatologia RCHOT.
Infecção em Artroplastias
Dr. Parvizi is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon and has been at the Rothman Institute since 2003. He specializes in the management of young patients with hip disorders such as dysplasia and femoroacetabular impingement. He has performed over 1000 femoroacetabular osteoplasty procedures, 300 pelvic and femoral osteotomies, and over 5000 hip replacements in young adults and continues to lead the clinical research team at the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.
Dr. Parvizi is a native of Azerbaijan, Iran and lived there until the age of 16. He completed his medical school education in the United Kingdom. Following graduation from medical school he spent four years in surgical training that included cardiothoracic surgery. Dr. Parvizi then traveled to the United States to spend two years at the Mayo Clinic to conduct research in identifying methods to regenerate cartilage and bone. After obtaining a Masters degree in molecular biology from the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Parvizi was offered a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Mayo Clinic. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at the Mayo Clinic and traveled to Switzerland to do a fellowship in the management of hip disorders in young adults. He spent time with Professor Ganz at the Inselspital, Berne in 2002. After completion of his fellowship, he joined the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.
His personal area of interest in research and clinical practice includes prevention and diagnosis of joint infection, joint preservation in adults, and prevention of thromboembolism following orthopedic procedures. He has published over 700 scientific articles and has written 18 text books in related subjects including books on THE HIP and on THE KNEE. He has received numerous awards from societies and has received funding for his research from the National Institute of Health, Department of Defense, Orthopedic Research and Education Foundation, Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Arthritis Foundation and numerous other funding bodies.
Dr. Parvizi travels extensively across the globe to give lectures related to his area of expertise and has been given the honorary membership of numerous societies around the world. He has served as the president of Musculoskeletal Infection Society (2013), Eastern Orthopedic Association (2018) and holds position the board of numerous organizations and societies.
Jin - Goo Kim
Jin Goo Kim
- Hospital Present, Myong-Ji Hospital
- Professor, Orthopedic department, Hanyang Universtiy Medical Department
- Chief of Sports Center
- Chief Editor and Director, Korean Sports Medicine Association
- Chief of international committee, Korean Arthroscopy Society
- Editorial board, American journal of sports medicine
- Editorial board, Korean Knee Society
- Managing Editor, Journal of Korean Orthopedic Association
- Editor, Journal of Korean Orthopedic Sports Medicine Society
- Exercise is Medicine Korea, Advisory Board Member
Korean Medical Association
Korean Orthopedic Association
The Korean Society of Fractures
Korean Knee Society
Korean Arthroscopy Society
Korean Shoulder and Elbow Society
Korean Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine
Korean Sports Medicine Association
Cirurgia Artroscópica e
Medico ortopedista y traumatologo especializado en cirugia artroscopica de hombro y rodilla. especialista en el manejo de lesiones deportivas en hombro, rodilla y tobillo. lesiones degenerativas de hombro y rodilla.
Office: Centre Orthopédique Santy - Lyon France
Surgery: Hopital privé Jean Mermoz - Lyon France
- Baccalaureat: Specialty Mathematics in 1978 with distinction.
- Medical Study: University of Burgundy (France) in1979: admission head of the list (N°1)
- Admitted to the “Internat des Hôpitaux” in Paris (2nd of the list) and Lyon (3rd of the list) in 1984
- Bachelor’s degree in Anatomy, Lyon 1987
- Master in Biomechanics, Lyon 1990
- Medical Thesis (MD) University of Lyon 1990: “Anterior Tibial Translation in ACL deficient
- Doctorate in Healthsciences (PhD): University of Ghent (Belgium) 2017: “Restoring anatomy
with TKA: from bone to soft tissue”.
TRAINING AND PRACTICE IN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
- Residency in University Hospital of Lyon - France from 1984 to 1990
- Chief of Clinic in department of Pr Henry DEJOUR in 1990.
- Assistant Professor in the University of Lyon in1990.
- Private Practice since December 1992 in Lyon.
- Exclusive activity: Hip, Knee and Ankle joint replacements.
- Secretary of ARTRO-Institute (artro-institute.com)
- President of the French Hip and Knee Society (SFHG) 2017-2019
- President of the Lyon School of Knee Surgery (LSKS) 2012-2014
- Board member of the European Knee Society (EKS)
Artroplastia Total do Joelho
In 1986 Dr. Sacha Bittelman obtained his MD title at the University of Chile. Afterwards he obtained his Orthopeadic degree and Orthopaedic Biomechanic Degree in 1997 and 1999, repectively. Additionally, Dr. Bittelman participated in several Hip & Knee fellowships between 1994 and 1997.
Dr. Bittelman is a Chief of the Orthopaedic Department of Tabancura Clinic, and the chief of the hip and knee replacement team in IST hospital.
He is member of multiple Orthopedic associations and speaks regularly at congresses throughout Latin-America.
Scott C. Faucett, M.D., M.S. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, hip preservation and complex knee injuries. At George Washington Hospital, Dr. Faucett serves as the Director of The Hip Prevention Center. He is also the team physician for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard team and The George Washington University Colonials.
Dr. Faucett obtained his medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School and later completed his residency at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He was then selected for The Steadman Clinic’s prestigious fellowship in Vail, CO. During his fellowship, Dr. Faucett trained in hip arthroscopy and complex knee repairs. He has specialized training in arthroscopic and open hip preservation surgery for hip impingement, labrum tears, complex knee repairs and much more.
Dr. Faucett is involved in several professional organizations and is regularly invited to speak at international meetings.
Steven Claes, MD, PhD (38) is an orthopedic surgeon working in AZ Herentals Hospital in Belgium, with a specific expertise in knee instabilities and sports injuries.
To date, he has performed extensive research on cruciate ligament injuries and knee osteotomy.
In 2013, he obtained a Doctoral Degree in Biomedical Sciences at KULeuven University for innovative research on the knee’s Anterolateral Ligament (ALL).
His research was awarded with the biennial John Joyce award at the ISAKOS congress in Toronto, Canada in 2013.
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