Wrist Arthroscopy – Basic Course

Bais courses with the support of IWAS and APWA

The basic course is intended for all surgeons interested in hand surgery, and in particular wrist surgery. Attending this course should allow participants to practice wrist arthroscopy skilfully and safely.

Training is both theoretical and practical. The course will be held during two days including theoretical sessions and surgical techniques performed in the operating room. During practical sessions, there will be 2 participants per table, supervised by an expert.

Wrist Arthroscopy – Basic Course


Course date & option

Course status


Practical training on anatomical specimens

  • No more courses for this period

Starting at 2200 €

Course program

Course director

M. Levadoux FR

Faculty panel

A. Amundsen (NO)N. Badur (DE)W.J. Chen (TW)H. Coert (NL)F. Da Rin De Lorenzo (IT)L. Erhard (FR)M. Esplugas Mimo (ES)J. Garret (FR)A. Gay (FR)T.R. Lindau (GB)Y. Marjoua (US)K. Oestreich (DE)F.A. Suarez Romero (CO)P. Van Hoonacker (BE)M. Wells (ZA)J.R. Haugstvedt (NO)M. Levadoux (FR)P. Liverneaux (FR)C. Mathoulin (FR)S. Facca (FR)D. Fernandez (CH)D. Fontes (FR)

Course objectives

  • To cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in arthroscopic surgery
  • To provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
  • To highlight technicalities of surgical interventions through the broadcasting of videos
  • To allow discussion between the experts and the surgeon trainees
  • To provide hands-on sessions to improve skills in arthroscopic surgery through practice on live tissue under experts’ tutorials
  • To describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine.

Target audience

Arthroscopic surgeons

Educational methods

Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
Objective assessment of skills and hands-on training on anatomical specimens

CME credits & accreditations

CME accreditations & endorsements for this course

Spécifique à chaque cours

European CME credits (ECMEC) : 
An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME for CME accreditation of this event

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Good organization, great experts and good timing (lecture/practical, enough time to work on the cadaver)

from Switzerland

My instructor is an outstanding, knowledgeable, patient and gifted tutor. The lectures: high-quality and comprehensive. The cadaveric specimens, equipment and technical assistance in the skills lab: much better than anywhere else have been before.

from Greece

Nice operating setup. Great preparation of program. Good quality instruments.

from Saudi Arabia

Perfect course organization. Questions are competently answered by real experts.

from Switzerland

The experience and availability of my advisor - He was very didactic. The infrastructure of the place and its organization

from Brazil

The training in the lab. Very nice lab! / Your facilities overall, very clean and everything functioning technically. The food! Both the lunch and the evening reception! Thank you!

from Sweden

Everything was great! I recommend the course!

from Norway

Thank you very much for all this course. The organization was very good, and the facility was excellent.

from South Korea

Great cadaver lab, I really feel more comfortable going home doing TFCC refix arthroscopically.

from Denmark

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