Posts Tagged ‘subscapularis’

Dr Lo Speaks At Advanced Shoulder Arthroscopy Fellows Course In Texas

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Dr Lo spoke at the Advanced Shoulder Arthroscopy Fellows Course in Austin, TX, May 2015. Dr Lo spoke on the technical aspects of preforming arthroscopy surgery on Failed Instability Surgery, Subscapularis Tears and Revision Rotator Cuff Repair.

Dr Lo Speaks At Mayo Clinic

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Dr Lo recently spoke at the Mayo Clinic Advanced Techniques In Shoulder Arthroscopy, Arthroplasty & Fractures, Rochester, MN on April 26, 2013. Joining invited lecturers Dr Robert Bell, MD (USA), Dr Robert Neviaser, MD (USA), Dr Warren Dunn (USA), Dr Glen Ross (USA), Dr Mark Mighell (USA), Dr Pietra Randelli (Italy) and Mayo Clinic Faculty, Dr Lo lectured on partial thickness rotator cuff tears and subscapularis tears. Slide1

Dr Lo Speaks At The IV Course Of Shoulder And Elbow At The ABC Medical School

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Dr Lo recently spoke at the IV Course of Shoulder And Elbow at the ABC Medical School in Sao Paolo, Brazil , March 7-8, 2013. Joining renowned international surgeons Dr Erwin Aschauer, Austria, Dr Hiroyuki Sugaya, Japan and Dr Pierre-Henri Flurin, France, Dr Lo spoke on the advanced treatment of shoulder disorders including tears of the rotator cuff and subscapularis.

Dr Lo Presenting At AANA Fall Course

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Dr Lo will be traveling this week to Palm Desert, CA to present at the AANA Annual Fall Course. This yearly event highlights the recent arthroscopic advances in hip, knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow arthroscopy. Dr Lo will be presenting his thoughts on “The Intra-articular Approach To Subscapularis Tendon Repairs”, will be the Chairman of the Shoulder Arthroscopy Lab and performing a live Focus Demo on “Simplifying Complex Labral Repair, Anterior, Posterior and Circumferential Lesions”

Dr Lo Presenting At Boston Shoulder And Sports Symposium

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Dr Lo is traveling this weekend to the Boston Shoulder and Sports Symposium. He will be speaking on “Arthroscopic Subscapularis Tendon Repair: Technique and Pearls” and “The Rotator Interval: What to do”. This unique symposium gather orthopaedists, sport medicine physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers and other health care professionals in a multi-disciplinary approach to complex shoulder and sports injuries.