ISAKOS Congress 2021

ISAKOS 2021 Global Congress Faculty

 

Alan Getgood, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth), DipSEM

Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic, University of Western Ontario
London, ON CANADA

Dr. Al Getgood is an Associate Professor at the University of Western Ontario and orthopaedic surgeon and clinician scientist specialising in complex knee reconstruction at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic, London, Ontario. Dr. Getgood’s clinical practice focuses on complex soft tissue reconstruction of the knee. He has been successful in securing over 9 million dollars in peer reviewed and industry funded grants to build his pre-clinical and clinical research program focusing on complex ligament reconstruction and joint preservation. Particular achievements include being awarded the AOSSM 2019 O’Donoghue Sports Injury Award, the 2019 Jan Gillquist Award and the 2017 Albert Trillat Young Investigator award both from ISAKOS. Dr. Getgood has authored over 130 peer-reviewed articles and numerous book chapters. He has given over 175 national and international conference presentations, lectures and demonstrations. He is a member of the AOSSM Board of Directors and sits on the knee preservation committee of ISAKOS. Dr. Getgood is a member of the Herodicus Society, the ACL study group, ICRS and ESSKA. He will be ACL study group program chair in 2022, and will be deputy program chair and program chair for ISAKOS in 2023 and 2025 respectively.

Sat 11/27
17:45 - 18:15
Live Cape Town Program Scientific Sessions
Live Symposium
Is the Lateral-Extra Articular Really Needed?
Faculty
On Demand
15 minutes
Sports Rehab On Demand Session III: Knee ACL
Lecture
Is ACL Surgery Durable in Young Pivoting Sport Athletes?
Presenter
On Demand
41 minutes
Sports Rehab On Demand Session III: Knee ACL
Video Discussion
Knee ACL Discussion
Faculty
On Demand
60 minutes
On Demand Program On Demand Knee Ligament Sessions
Partner Society Symposium
Partner Society Session: AOSSM - Knee Multi-Ligament
Faculty
On Demand
90 minutes
On Demand Program On Demand Knee Sessions
Instructional Course Lecture
Management of High-Grade Medial-Sided Knee Injuries
Faculty
On Demand
60 minutes
On Demand Program On Demand ACL Sessions
Symposium
Optimising Primary ACLR - What Else Needs to be Addressed?
Chair
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Ligamentous Laxity, Male Sex, Chronicity, Meniscus Injury And Posterior Tibial Slope Are Associated With A High-Grade Pre-Operative Pivot Shift: A Post Hoc Analysis Of The Stability Study
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Same Knee, Different Goals: Patients and Surgeons have Different Priorities Related to ACL Reconstructions and Surgeons are Resistant to Changing Clinical Practice
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Validation of a Risk Calculator to Personalize Graft Choice and Reduce Rupture Rates for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Meniscal Repair at the Time of Primary ACLR Does Not Negatively Influence Short Term Knee Stability, Graft Rupture Rates, or Patient Reported Outcome Measures: the STABILITY Experience
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Predicting Patient Lost to Follow-up in the STABILITY 1 Study: A Multi-centre, International, Randomized Controlled Trial of Young, Active Patients Undergoing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Quantitative Evaluation of Lateral Articular Cartilage Quality on Magnetic Resonance Imaging at 2-years following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction With Or Without A Lateral Extra-Articular Tenodesis
Author
On Demand
5 minutes
Papers Paper Presentations
Paper
Biomechanical Assessment Of Knee Laxity Following A Novel Posterolateral Corner Reconstruction Technique
Author
ePosters
Knee - ACL
E-Poster
Four-Strand Or Five-Strand Hamstring Graft For Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction - Does It Make A Difference?
Author
ePosters
Knee - Patellofemoral
E-Poster
Outcomes After Axial Alignment Correction For Patellofemoral Instability
Author

Disclosures

Royalties received from Smith & Nephew; Graymont
Speaker for Smith & Nephew
Paid Consultant for Smith & Nephew; Olympus; Ossur; Precision OS; Xiros Ltd
Support received from Smith & Nephew; Ossur

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