Talks on Arthroscopic Brostrom Repairs, Total Ankle Replacement

Florida Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Center will be presenting talks on Arthroscopic Brostrom Repairs, Total Ankle Replacement with the Hintermann series 2/3 and Tension Slide techniques with cases for tendon transfers at the annual SAM meeting in Orlando, FL January 15-19, 2020.  This is one of the premier meetings in the Southeast for Foot & Ankle Surgeons.  In addition, we will be displaying 3 research posters in the research competition at the meeting.  These include Long Term Outcomes on the “All-Inside” Arthroscopic Brostrom, Early experience in 15 Hintermann H2/3 Total Ankle Replacements and Outcomes with Femoral Head Allograft in 25 TTC Fusions.  Our commitment to research in the area of foot & ankle surgery helps with achieving the best possible long-term outcomes.  Stay tuned for more information after the meeting……

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