I have enjoyed the travel and opportunities to lecture that I have been given over the past several years.
It has initiated great friendships, fostered wonderful professional collaboration and certainly advanced the technique for labral reconstruction. I do feel an obligation for involvement in some academic conferences, but I will be decreasing the amount that I take on in the coming years. With my surgical schedule as it is, I do not want to miss this valuable time with my family. This library has been created to continue teaching the technique for arthroscopic labral reconstruction of the hip. I have included my published papers, some talks and videos that show the stepwise technique of preparing the allograft as well as performing the arthroscopic labral reconstruction.
This procedure is technically challenging but with commitment towards learning the steps, you can achieve great results in even the most challenging situations. If this is not enough, I would love to have you visit me in Denver. This can be arranged also with a cadaver lab opportunity through my relationships with Smith and Nephew, Conmed Linvatec or Zimmer Biomet. These visits can be single day visits with a cadaver lab, my labral reconstruction course in Denver or even mini 1 week fellowships that include a day in my clinic. If you cannot travel to Denver, it is also possible for you to virtually come to my OR with live surgery broadcasts.