Global Shoulder Arthroplasty (GSA)
Time: 13:30 of July 9th, 2021 to 12:00 of July 10th, 2021(GMT+8)
Time of registration: open on June 1st for free
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l A 24-hour online round the globe to discuss on shoulder arthroplasty, sharing knowledge, experience and practice across the globe.
l 70 international speakers from 17 countries and regions will present and discuss the hot topics of shoulder arthroplasty
l Meeting the learning needs of local communities and sharing their voices like never before!
Invitation Letter from the Chairmen of GSA
Dear colleagues and friends,
due to the ongoing pandemia Paris International Shoulder Course (PISC) has been postponed to 2022. Since we cannot meet in person this year our goal was to develop a new virtual concept in order to educate shoulder surgeons from all over the world.
Global Shoulder Arthroplasty (GSA) represents a 24 hours journey through all continents with a special focus on the expertise of different countries. After departure, we will start in Australia and slowly but surely move west to Japan, Korea, China, Middle East, India and Eastern Europe. During this first part of the journey world-renowned experts from each country will cover special aspects on primary and revision shoulder arthroplasty, the management of complications after proximal humeral fractures, modern strategies for cuff tear arthropathies and revision concepts for failed reverse shoulder arthroplasties. After arriving in Europe two live-surgeries will be transmitted from Paris followed by lectures and case presentations from our South African colleagues on the treatment of glenoid deformities and experts from Europe on humeral head replacement and the management of the infected shoulder arthroplasty. We will leave Europe to continue our trip to Latin America, Canada and the US to teach you on shoulder arthroplasty options in patients with an intact cuff, arthritis in the young individual and learn more about the North-American concepts for glenoid and humeral loosening. Before the end of our journey we will award the best re-live surgery video from each participating country and we will finish our trip with shoulder experts from New Zealand.
Join as virtually and get the experience of 24 hours Global Shoulder Arthroplasty.
We are looking forward to welcome you to this very special event.
Markus & Philippe
Prof. Dr . med. Markus Scheibel
Orthopedics Professor of Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Head of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Schulthess Klinik
President of the German Shoulder and Elbow Society (DVSE) in 2015
Open and arthroscopic surgical techniques for the treatment of shoulder and elbow injuries
Certified Specialist in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
Endoprosthetics of the shoulder and the elbow
Certificate of Training in Emergency medical services
Certificate of Training in Radiation Protection
European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow (SECEC/ESSSE)
Curriculum of the German Society Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (DVSE) for advanced training in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
German Society for Orthopaedics and Trauma (DGOU)
since 2018: Head of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Schulthess Klinik
since 2018: Orthopedics Professor of Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Senior Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Consultant Traumatology, Centrum für Muskuloskeletale Chirurgie (CMSC)
Research Grant 2018 of the German Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (DVSE)
Best Paper 2017 of the German Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (DVSE)
Jochen Löhr Prize 2014 of the German Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Publications and Scientific activities
Rehabilitation following reverse shoulder arthroplasty. Obere Extremität 2019; 14(4): 269-83.
Isolated gracilis tendon harvesting is not associated with loss of strength and maintains good functional outcome. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2019.
Editorial Board Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (JSES)
Advisory Board International Journal of Shoulder Surgery (IJSS)
The American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM)
Knee Surgery Sports Traumatology Arthroscopy (KSSTA)
Prof. Dr . med. Philippe Valenti
Professor of Hand and Upper Limb Surgery, Minimally Invasive Shoulder Surgery, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France
Shoulder surgery: arthroscopy, sports surgery, prosthetic surgery
Surgery of the hand of the child: Congenital anomalies and malformations,
Surgery of the hand of the adult Brachial plexus surgery of the child and of the adult
Surgery reconstructive and microsurgery
European Society of Microsurgery (EFSM)
Former President of the French Society of Microsurgery
Secretary General of the French Society of Microsurgery
Vice President of the Chain of Hope (NGO )
Secretary General of SOFEC
Chairman of the Chinese Session
Professor Chunyan Jiang
Shoulder joint trauma and sports injuries, including treatment of proximal humerus and scapular girdle fractures and dislocations, artificial shoulder joint replacement
Director and Chief Physician of the Department of Sports Medicine, Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, Professor of Peking University Medical Department, PhD supervisor, 2008, 2012, and 2016, served as a medical expert of the Olympic National Team, a standing committee member of the Sports Medicine Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, and an orthopedic physician of the Chinese Medical Association Deputy Chairman of the Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Working Committee of the Branch, Chairman of the Third Committee of the Sports Medicine Branch of the Beijing Medical Association.
Mainly engaged in clinical, scientific research and teaching of shoulder surgery and sports medicine. In 1999, he served as the head of the shoulder joint surgery group of the Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics and opened a shoulder joint specialist clinic. In 2001, he went to New York, USA, under the tutelage of Professor Evan Flatow, a famous shoulder surgery master, specializing in shoulder surgery. After returning to China, he devoted himself to the development of shoulder joint surgery, opened a shoulder joint surgery specialist ward in Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, carried out a lot of innovative work in shoulder joint surgery, and made rapid progress in the clinical and scientific research work of shoulder joint surgery, in many aspects. It has filled the gaps in related majors in China and achieved remarkable results. He has now become a leading expert in the field of shoulder surgery in my country, and enjoys a high reputation and status in the field of shoulder surgery across the country. In 2009, he was selected as an international member of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Physicians (ASES). At that time, he became one of only 12 international members in Asia and the only international member in mainland China.
The main direction of his specialty is shoulder joint trauma and sports injuries, including the treatment of proximal humerus and scapular girdle fractures and dislocations, artificial shoulder joint replacement, especially in recent years, a large number of shoulder arthroscopic surgeries have been carried out to treat impingement syndrome, rotator cuff injuries, etc. Senile degenerative diseases, as well as surgical treatment of recurrent shoulder dislocation, SLAP injury and other shoulder sports injuries. Shoulder arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive operation, which has the characteristics of small surgical incision, less patient pain and quick postoperative recovery.
13:00 - 14:30 WELCOME
14:40-15:30 AUSTRALIA//Primary and Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty What have we learned from our national registry?
Session organised by Ashish Gupta
15:30-16:00 INDUSTRY SESSION
16:00-16:30 JAPAN//Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty The new kid on the block in Japan
Session organised by Hiro Sugaya
16:30-17:00 REPUBLIC OF KOREA//Acromial and spine fracture after RSA
Session organised by Jae Chul Yoo & Ys Kim
17:00-17:30 INDUSTRY SESSION
17:30-18:20 CHINA//Management of failures after proximal humeral fracture treatment
Session organised by Chunyan Jiang
18:20-19:00 MIDDLE EAST//Management of Severe irreparable cuff tear in Middle East
Session organised by Ali Maqdes
19:00-19:30 INDUSTRY SESSION
19:30-20:20 INDIA//Place in India of RSA and complex fracture of the humeral head
Session organised by Ram Chidambaram
20:20-21:20 LIVE SURGERY from Paris//Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty with full-wedge metallic augmentation
Markus Scheibel (Germany/Switzerland)
21:20-22:00 EASTERN EUROPE Polish Shoulder and Elbow Society//Complications in reverse shoulder arthroplasty
Session organised by Oleg Milenin & Presmo Lubiatowski
22:00-23:00 INDUSTRY SESSION
23:00-00:00 LIVE SURGERY from Paris//Reverse shoulder arthroplasty with pre operative planning
Philippe Valenti (France)
00:00-01:00 SOUTH AFRICA//Glenoid B2 - How to manage in 2021?
Session organised by Stephen Roche
01:00-02:00 HOST SESSION FROM PARIS//The journey of humeral head replacement – Where do we stand in 2021?
Session organised by Markus Scheibel & Philippe Valenti
02:00-03:00 INDUSTRY SESSION
03:00-04:30 EUROPE//The infected shoulder arthroplasty - Status quo
Session organised by Emilio Calvo
04:30-05:00 INDUSTRY SESSION
05:00-06:10 LATIN AMERICA//Osteoarthritis with functional cuff - Which arthroplasty do you use ?
Session organised by Byron Torres
06:10-06:40 INDUSTRY SESSION
06:40-07:40 CANADA//Arthritis in young patients: what kind of prosthesis do you prefer?
Session organised by George Athwal
07:40-08:10 INDUSTRY SESSION
08:10-09:00 USA//Glenoid and humeral loosening - Successful strategies from North America
Session organised by Marc Frankle
9:00-9:40 INDUSTRY SESSION
9:40-11:30 Award Session - The best relive surgery
Session organised by Philippe Valenti/Markus Scheibel
11:30-11:55 NEW ZEALAND//Cemented vs. uncemented glenoid fixation in total shoulder arthroplasty for osteoarthritis: a New Zealand Joint Registry study
Session organised by Marc Hirner
11:55-12:00 Closing Ceremony