21st Annual Lawrence H. Schneider MD Lectureship and Resident/Fellow Paper Competition
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
“Flexor Tendon Repairs: The Science, the Ideal, and the Reality”
Please join us for the 21st Annual Lawrence H. Schneider Lectureship in Hand Surgery and Resident/Fellow Paper Competition at Estia Restaurant(1405-07 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA).
Ryan P. Calfee, MD, MSc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, and Medical Director, Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Orthopaedic Center, St. Louis, MO, will be our Honored Visiting Professor.
February 12th-16th – Snowmass Village, Colorado Placing the Hand in Space: Reconstructive Surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist February 12 – 16, 2017 “You are invited to join the Hand Rehabilitation Foundation and the University of Colorado School of Medicine as we host the 13th Annual Upper Extremity Tutorial, Placing the Hand in Space: Reconstructive Surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist, February 12-16, 2017 in Snowmass Village, Colorado.” Download the Snowmass Prospectus!
The Philadelphia Symposia
March 2-4, 2019 – NEW LOCATION: Hilton Philadelphia @ Penn’s Landing 21st Annual Hand Surgery Symposium: Weekday and Weekend Warrior
7th Annual One-Day Pediatric Pre-Course – March 1, 2019
2nd Annual Ultrasound Post-course, March 4, 2019
“The Philadelphia Hand Rehabilitation Foundation is proud to present the 21st Annual Hand Surgery Symposium, which will provide a comprehensive exploration of new treatments for the management of common and complex upper extremity problems, presented by an internationally renowned faculty.”
March 2-5, 2019 – Philadelphia 201 Hotel (formerly the Sheraton Downtown Philadelphia Hotel)
NEW for 2019!! Pre-Course: Orthotic Fabrication Skill Building Workshop Friday, March 1, 2019
Therapy: Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Hand with Focus on the Weekday and Weekend Warrior
“The Philadelphia Hand Rehabilitation Foundation is proud to present the 45th Annual Hand Therapy Symposium, which will emphasize quality in hand care with comprehensive evaluation and management presented by a distinguished faculty of surgeons and therapists.”
“The American Association for Hand Surgery was founded by a group of American and Canadian hand surgeons. The group received their training under Dr. Joseph L. Posch at the Grace Hospital in Detroit and shared a vision of forming an organization that would represent the interest of all surgeons practicing hand surgery.”