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CurveBeam Academy: Focus On Foot & Ankle

CurveBeam Academy: Focus on Foot & Ankle

Date: April 21, 2020

Location: Online, Virtual

You are invited to attend CurveBeam Academy: Focus on Foot & Ankle, an informative 3-day virtual event featuring expert presenters. Gain practical clinical knowledge and stay abreast of the latest innovations in orthopedics.

Scroll down for a full schedule of events. Session recordings will be made available to all registrants. 


Pre-Planning for Total Talar Replacement with Bilateral WBCT
Presented by Dr. Kent Ellington, MD
Dr. Ellington will review a total talar replacement he performed on a patient with long-term avascular necrosis. He will discuss how a bilateral weight bearing CT scan was utilized for Pre-Op planning.
Tuesday, April 21: 6:30 p.m. EDT Register Here


Financial and Operational Perspectives of Implementing CurveBeam WBCT
Presented by Dr. Calvin Rushing, DPM
Dr. Rushing will provide insights on how implementing a new technology in private practice was used to improve patient outcomes.
Wednesday, April 22: 12 p.m. EDT Register Here

Panel Discussion: Potential Research and Clinical Applications of CubeVue Autometrics
Panelists: Prof. Dr. Martinus Richter, Dr. Cesar de Cesar Netto, MD, PhD, Dr. Francois Lintz, MD, Stuti Singh 
A panel of foot & ankle surgeons and CurveBeam engineer Stuti Singh will discuss how CubeVue Autometrics could be utilized in clinical practice.
Wednesday, April 22: 2:30 p.m. EDT Register Here

3D Joint Space Width from Weight Bearing CT Detects Progressive Narrowing After Tibial Pilon Fractures
Presented by Dr. Donald Anderson, PhD
Dr. Anderson will present research utilizing weight bearing CT to measure joint space width changes in the wake of articular fractures of the lower extremity as an early indicator of post-traumatic osteoarthritis development.
Wednesday, April 22: 4:30 p.m. EDT Register Here


How Important is Weight Bearing CT in Hallux Valgus?
Presented by Dr. Cristian Ortiz, MD
Dr. Ortiz will review research on the utilization of WBCT for Hallux Valgus, as well as provide insights from his clinical practice.
Thursday, April 23: 12 p.m. EDT Register Here


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