PROGRAMME

TIMETOPICSPEAKER
08:00 - 09.50REGISTRATION
09.50- 10.00Welcome; Symposium Objective; House rules L Rajah
ChairpersonL. Rajah, M Mulder
10.00-10.10Update on Shoulder Osteoarthritis ClassificationP A Rachuene
10.10-10.25Surgical approach to the glenoid- tips and tricksC Breckon
10.25-10.40Shoulder Arthroplasty: What do I look for on x ray and CT scan. The role of MRI and ultrasound.S Kirsten
10.40-11.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
11.00-11.15My experience: RSA without software planning N Bhagwan
11.15-11.30My experience with software planning for shoulder replacementSA Osman
11.30-11.45Algorithm for approaching the glenoid in primary OA: From TSA to RSAP Denard
11.45-12.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
12.00-12.15Stemless shoulder arthroplasty- are we there yet? P Moroder
12.15-12.30TSA: Keel, pegs, augment; inlay, metal backed: How do I choose a glenoid in 2022?T Rosch
12.30-12.45The role of posterior subluxation in osteoarthritis and possible treatmentP Moroder
12:45-13.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
13.00-14.00Lunch
ChairpersonSA Osman, M Mulder
14.00-14.10RSA design considerations: Evolution of the neck-shaft angle in RSA?JP du Plessis
14.10-14.20RSA design considerations: Where to place the glenoid in RSA- one size does not fit all?P Denard
14.20-14.30RSA design considerations: Biomechanics of Lateralization C Anley
14.30-14.40RSA design considerations: Lateralization: Does it make a difference? P Denard
14.40-15.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
15.00-15.12When and why would I perform a TSA in a patient >70 years with GHJOA and an intact rotator cuff?P Denard
15.13-15.25When do I pull the trigger and choose a RSA for GHJOA with an intact rotator cuff? G Greeff
15.25-15.35QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
15.35-15.50What can we expect in 2022: RSA Outcomes in elderly patients (> 80 years) L Rajah
15.50-16.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
16.00-16.30TEA
ChairpersonN. Bhagwan, S Kirsten
16.30-16.45What can we expect in 2022: RSA Outcomes in young patients (< 65 years)S Baba
16.45-17.00Hemi is not dead: Hemiarthroplasty as treatment in the young patients with GHJOAH Laubscher
17.00-17.10How to revise the failed fracture hemiarthroplasty?P Moroder
17.10-17.30QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
17.30ADJOURN
18.00Networking Event

TIMETOPICSPEAKER
08.00-08.30TEA/COFFEE
ChairpersonS. Roche; G Greeff
08.30-08.45 Surgical management of the subscapularis in TSA and management of subscapularis failure after TSAP Denard
08.45-09.00Early experience: Subscapularis sparing approach for RSAJ de Beer
09.00-09.15Why I repair the Subscapularis in RSAP Denard
09.15-09.30 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
09.30-09.45Risk factors and management options for instability in RSA A Peach
09.45-10.00Complications following anatomical total shoulder arthroplastyP Moroder
10.00-10.10QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
10.10-10.25Diagnosis and treatment of periprosthetic joint infection of the shoulderP Moroder
10.25-10.35 amQUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
10.35-11.00 amTEA
ChairpersonC. Breckon, PH Laubscher
11.00-11.15How to recognize and manage? Intraoperative glenoid fractureM Boeyens
11.15-11.30Complex case presentations, panel discussionL Rajah, G Greeff, S Roche, P Moroder, P Denard
11.30-11.40How to recognize and manage? Intraoperative Arterial InjuryC Van Den Berg
11.40-12.00QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
12.00-12.10Movement after RSA: Restoring ER after RSAM Mulder
12.10-12.20Movement after RSA: Restoring IR after RSAW du Toit
12.20-12.35Predictors of bad outcomes in RSA. What can we control?B Grey
12.35-12.50DISCUSSION AND QUESTIONS
ChairpersonL Rajah
12.50-13.10 pmKEYNOTE LECTURE: Human Posture and Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty P Moroder
13.10-13.25QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
13.25-13.30CLOSUREL Rajah