Join us in New Orleans!

The Louisiana Orthopaedic Association invites you to the 2017 Annual Meeting, February 10-11, 2017, at the Hilton Riverside in New Orleans.

Dr. Michael O’Brien has developed an amazing program. We are fortunate to have four outstanding speakers who have agreed to join us.

Dr. Gerry Williams is currently president of the AAOS, past president of ASES, and widely recognized as one of the best shoulder surgeons in the world. Dr. Williams will be giving an update on how the AAOS is working for us as well as speaking on complicated shoulder issues.

Dr. Jesse Jupiter is currently president of the ASES and a master of hand and upper extremity trauma. Dr. Jupiter will be speaking on complicated hand and upper extremity trauma.

Dr. Freddie Fu is past president of both AOSSM and ISAKOS, and the originator of the double bundle ACL reconstruction technique. Dr. Fu will be speaking on state of the art ACL reconstruction as well as future innovations in sports medicine.

Dr. Jack Bert is a past president and current executive director of AANA. Dr. Bert will be conducting a resident/fellows/young orthopaedic surgeon in practice forum on contracts, payments and business opportunities for the orthopaedic surgeon. This will be part of a special segment of the meeting devoted to our younger members.

In addition to our regular meeting, LAMMICO will present a discussion on Friday and a lunch symposium on Saturday. A 15% discount on medical malpractice expenses is provided for all members attending both sessions.

The President's Reception with the exhibitors will be held at the Hilton Riverside New Orleans from 6:00 - 7:30 pm on Friday February 10, 2017. The winner of the Top Resident Paper Competition will be announced at this event.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2017 LOA Annual Meeting in New Orleans.


Felix Savoie MD
Ray Haddad Professor and Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.
President, LOA



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