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Case-Based Roundtable - NextGen Knee Joint Preservation: What‘s on the Horizon?
Hosts:  Ignacio Dallo (AR) & Berardo Di Matteo (IT)
Speakers: Seth L. Sherman (US), Cassandra Lee (US) & Tomasz Piontek (PL)

Objectives: Participants will be updated on expanding indications and emerging techniques in knee joint preservation. Topics covered will include meniscus repair, cell-based cartilage repair, and knee osteotomy.

Case Presentations:
- Expanding Indications for Meniscal Repair, Tomasz Piontek (PL)
- Incorporating MACI into Your Practice, Cassandra Lee (US)
- Early Experience with Patient-Specific Osteotomy , Seth L. Sherman (US)

Apr 28, 2021 04:00 PM in Zurich

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Seth L. Sherman
@Stanford Medicine, ORedwood City/USA
Seth Sherman is an Associate Professor of Sports Medicine at Stanford University. He completed orthopaedic surgical residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York and Sports Medicine Fellowship at Rush University in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Sherman is a third generation team physician and surgeon. He is a team physicians for the NCAA Division I Stanford Cardinal in the Pac 12 conference. His clinical interest is knee joint preservation, including ligament repair/reconstruction, osteotomy, meniscal repair/meniscal allograft transplantation (MAT), and cartilage restoration. He has a passion for the treatment of patellofemoral joint disorders. Dr. Sherman published over 50 peer reviewed text and has more than 100 podium presentations.
Cassandra Lee
@UC Davis Health, Sacramento/USA
Dr. Cassandra A. Lee is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with subspecialty certification in sports medicine. She is the Chief of the Sports Medicine Service and an Associate Professor of Orthopaedics at the University of California Davis Health System. She currently serves as team physician for collegiate and professional teams including the University of California at Davis Aggies and the Sacramento Republic FC. Dr. Lee earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with Summa Cum Laude distinction and Doctor of Medicine degree at Boston University. She completed her residency training at Wake Forest University and sports medicine fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, serving as team physician for the Washington University Bears, St. Louis Rams, and St. Louis Blues. Dr. Lee was awarded the ICRS-Zimmer scholarship Program in 2013 and the Lars Petersen Travelling Fellowship in 2017.
Tomasz Piontek
@Rehasport , Medical University Poznan/Poland
Graduate of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences. First degree of specialization in orthopedics and traumatology in 1999, four years later, second degree of specialization, and in 2003, defending his doctoral thesis. Tomasz Piontek is an international trainer of arthroscopic knee and hip surgical techniques. Since 2006, Tomasz Piontek has been a doctor at Rehasport Clinic. Previously, he had worked, among others, in the Department of Paediatric Orthopaedics in Poznan, was the first football physician of Amica Wronki, and in Lech Poznan. He had completed internships in Balgrist University Clinic in Zurich, Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology of Sports Medicine, Queens Medical Centre in the UK, and the University of Pittsburgh- Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, in the United States. In 2005 he achieved his Phd Title, and in 2015, Habilitation. He is interested in sport orthopeadic medicine, especially treatment of lower limb injuries.