Nothing Lasts Forever, Management of Patients with Artificial Joints and Topical options for Musculoskeletal Pain Control
December 2 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
This is a two-part webinar, with the first talk discusses how to identify common modes of failures of artificial joints and how to manage patients who have them; followed by a second talk on Topical Pain creams, their guidelines and how they can help manage musculo-skeletal patients with pain.
i. To understand the most common modes of failure for artificial joints
ii. To learn how to diagnose these modes of failure and how to use this knowledge to manage patients who have artificial joints
iii. Understanding topical pain creams for use in pain management, industry guidelines, and how to prescribe
$50 Uber Eats Gift Card for every attendee (you must be in attendance the day of the webinar to receive this gift card). The link will be sent after the session. By registering you agree to have your email shared with M-Line Pharmacy. The gift card will be sent by M-Line Pharmacy.
Dr. Zalzal is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a Master of Applied Science in Biomedical Engineering. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at McMaster University and has been performing adult reconstructive and ambulatory trauma surgery for over twenty years.
He practices in Oakville, Ontario at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital where he is the Chair of the Research Ethics Committee and has has pioneered computer assisted surgical techniques in these areas. His list of publications are many and include topics relevant to clinical outcomes, biomechanics, tissue engineering, and computer assisted surgery.
He has been employed as a consultant to several biotechnology companies and an active member of design teams producing successful commercial products in the fields of computer assisted surgery and therapeutics. He is the co-founder of Talking With Docs, a YouTube channel that provides free, accessible medical information with over 10 million views in over 90 countries.
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