American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

Advocacy, Education, Research

‘Spring Meeting’

Register for the 2018 Spring Meeting

AAHKS invites you to join colleagues for a weekend of intense learning at the 2018 AAHKS Spring Meeting, May 4-5 at The Intercontinental Miami. Attendees can leverage the Instructional Course Lecture (ICL) format which is successful largely due to the expertise and collaboration among peers in a small group setting. You can register and make hotel reservations now… Read More

Registration Opens for 2018 AAHKS Spring Meeting

Limited in size to 200 attendees, the AAHKS Spring Meeting features small, case-based breakout sessions where hip and knee surgeons discuss cases and best practices. The meeting takes place May 4-5, 2018 at the InterContinental Hotel in Miami. Objectives Analyze total hip and knee arthroplasty cases Investigate the patterns contributing to effective total hip and knee arthroplasty and… Read More

Spring Meeting Runs through Saturday

AAHKS Spring Meeting

The second AAHKS Spring Meeting began this morning with case session discussions over breakfast at the St. Francis Westin in San Francisco. Faculty met with attendees in small groups before proceeding with the general program covering highlights of the 2016 AAHKS Annual Meeting and other symposia on current hip and knee topics. Small-group breakout sessions took place on… Read More

AAHKS Members Head to Spring Meeting

The 2017 AAHKS Spring Meeting will kick off on Thursday evening with a reception welcoming attendees and faculty to San Francisco. Peer-to-peer, case-based discussion begins the following morning and continues through Saturday in small-group breakouts focusing on the latest topics in hip and knee arthroplasty. With a cap of 200 attendees, this meeting facilitates one-on-one contact between surgeons… Read More

2017 Spring Meeting Just Around the Corner!

The 2017 AAHKS Spring Meeting takes place in just two weeks. Bring your unique, intricate cases on personal devices and use the opportunity to discuss them with faculty. Breakfast will be served Friday and Saturday morning, and you can meet with faculty before the start of the sessions to discuss your cases. See you in San Francisco May… Read More

Discussing Cases at AAHKS Spring Meeting

Small group, case-based discussion is one of the highlights of the AAHKS Spring Meeting. Members who attended last year remarked about the unique opportunity of having peer-to-peer case discussion and the value of the experience to take back to their practices. The meeting is only three weeks away! You can review the schedule and list of faculty and register… Read More

Watch Out for Hotel Scams!

As the AAHKS Spring Meeting and Annual Meeting approach, hotel “pirates” are out to scam prospective attendees into making bogus hotel reservations. These scammer companies are out to collect your credit card data, and reservations cannot be guaranteed. AAHKS has contracted with Hilton Anatole to manage the AAHKS room block for the conference, and the Hilton is the… Read More

Spring Meeting Brings Together Multidisciplinary Approach

Several of the symposia at the 2017 AAHKS Spring Meeting will include experts from fields outside of hip and knee arthroplasty to discuss many of the challenges we all face in arthroplasty. The American Society of Regional Anesthesia (ASRA) will take part in a co-branded symposium moderated by AAHKS President William A. Jiranek, MD, FACS. This symposium will… Read More

Spend an Extra Day in San Francisco!

Plan to attend the 2017 AAHKS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, and take advantage of our great hotel rate to stay a day to enjoy the numerous festivals and events taking place in the city. For example, “Uncorked – the San Francisco Wine Festival” takes place on the waterfront on Saturday, May 6 in Ghirardelli Square featuring tastings… Read More

View the Spring Meeting Preliminary Program

The preliminary agenda and faculty roster for the 2017 AAHKS Spring Meeting is now posted on the AAHKS website. There will be six symposia lead by moderators and panelists followed by breakout sessions in small groups where attendees have direct contact with leaders in hip and knee arthroplasty. Symposium I: Perioperative Optimization, R. Michael Meneghini, MD, moderator Symposium… Read More