Track: Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Arthroplasty


Hip arthroplasty, a surgical procedure commonly referred to as hip replacement, has witnessed significant progress in recent years, driven by technological innovations and advancements in surgical techniques. These developments have transformed the landscape of orthopedic care, offering improved outcomes and enhanced quality of life for patients suffering from debilitating hip joint disorders. One notable trend in hip arthroplasty is the adoption of minimally invasive techniques, which reduce patient discomfort and enable faster rehabilitation. Another key development in hip arthroplasty is the integration of robotic-assisted surgery. Robotic systems offer unparalleled precision and accuracy, enabling surgeons to perform procedures with enhanced control and efficiency.  In addition to surgical techniques, advancements in implant materials and designs have significantly contributed to the success of hip arthroplasty. Despite these advancements, hip arthroplasty continues to face challenges, particularly in meeting the growing demand for joint replacement surgery. Addressing this challenge requires concerted efforts to optimize surgical workflows, improve patient access to care, and enhance healthcare infrastructure to meet the growing demand for orthopedic services. The future of hip arthroplasty is promising with biologic enhancements like tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, improving implant integration and tissue regeneration. 3D printing technology customizes implants for better fit and performance. Additionally, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning optimize surgical planning, predicting outcomes, and personalizing treatment, promising precision orthopedics.

·        Hip Anatomy & Biomechanics
·        Adult Hip Evaluation
·        Adult Hip Conditions
·        Non-THA Treatment Options
·        THA Preoperative Planning
·        THA Primary Techniques
·        THA Postoperative Care
·        THA Acute Complications
·        THA Chronic Complications
·        THA Revision Techniques

Related Societies: Argentine Society of Spine Pathology | Argentinian Association for the Study of the Hip and Knee | Argentinian Association of Arthroscopy | Argentinian Association of Sports Traumatology | Arthroplasty Society in Asia | Arthroplasty Society of Australia | Arthroscopy Association of Canada | Arthroscopy Association of North America ASEAN Arthroplasty Association | ASEAN Society for Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy