SICOT Comprehensive Shoulder Course
with Cadaveric Dissection
22-24 June 2017 (3 days)
Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand
It is our great pleasure to announce this educational event organised by SICOT.
The course is designed for practising surgeons who have an interest in shoulder surgery. The course will provide an understanding of shoulder surgery across Arthroscopy, Trauma, and Arthroplasty. During the 3-day event, participants will learn, discuss and debate a highly diverse agenda on all aspects of shoulder surgeries. Case discussions and highly practical hands-on cadaveric workshops will enable participants to learn from the experts’ rich experiences, tips, and tricks.
We have an excellent venue in Bangkok and participants will enjoy both the educational content and the Thai hospitality.
Frankie Leung (Hong Kong)
Tak Man Wong (Hong Kong) & Khongkhet Riansuwan (Thailand)
Hatem Said (Egypt)
Dongju Shin (Korea)
Peter Yau (Hong Kong)
Christian Fang (Hong Kong)
Andy Wee (Singapore)
Jimmy Jin (China)
Lijun Zhu (China)
Programme at a glance
Anatomy and surgical techniques in shoulder arthroscopy
Anterior shoulder instability
Impingement syndrome and rotator cuff tear
Anatomy around shoulder
Surgical approaches to shoulder, humeral shaft and scapula
Fracture clavicle and ACJ injury
Fracture proximal humerus- plating
Fracture proximal humerus- nailing
MIPO technique treating humeral shaft fractures
Hemiarthroplasty for irreparable fracture proximal humerus
Biomechanics of revere arthroplasty
Surgical techniques in reverse arthroplasty
Indications and prerequisites for reverse shoulder arthroplasty
Hands-on Cadaver Lab
Arthroscopic bankart repair
Arthroscopic SLAP repair
Arthroscopic sub acromial decompression
Arthroscopic simple rotator cuff repair
ACJ dislocation and clavicle fracture
Surgical approaches proximal humerus
Proximal humerus fracture (IM nail and plate)
Surgical approaches to humeral shaft
MIPO humeral shaft fracture
Reverse shoulder arthroplasty
Registration & Fees
EUR 800 for SICOT members
EUR 950 for non-members
have an account on the SICOT website. If you do not have an account, please create one here.
e-mail the SICOT Head Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for course registration and payment details. Payment can be made by credit card.
Registration deadline: 19 May 2017
Places are limited so early registration is recommended.
Date of cancellation
Refund (in %)
Before and on 22 May 2017
Between 23 May and 20 June 2017 included
After and on 21 June 2017
To be arranged by the participants. A list of nearby hotels will be provided to registered participants.