17th Annual Cutting Edge Conference – Cleveland Clinic June 4th-6th 2017

This is the eighth year that I have attended the Cutting Edge conference as a faculty member, lecturer and moderator.  I have previously served as the Anita Moss keynote lecturer for this meeting.

The great thing about this meeting is the quality of the lectures and the focus was on new concepts, controversies, and critical decisions by the participant.

Controversy all topics presented to a smaller collegial audience with excellent feedback.  Therapists and Allied professionals attend this meeting along with the younger surgeons and senior surgeons.

This year my lecture was entitled, “The Mysteries of SLAC wrist.”

Additionally, I received the yearly update from Zong-Ming Li, PhD and his research team to review progress on his NIH Grant-funded project looking at carpal tunnel syndrome.

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