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QHSS Scientific Conference November 2014

The Queensland Hand Surgery Society (QHSS) held its annual scientific meeting in November 2014. Dr Cutbush attended as the President of the QHSS.  The meeting was a great success with one of the largest numbers of Plastic Surgeons, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Surgical Trainees, Hand Therapists and Physiotherapists attending the conference.  The conference had a packed scientific…

SESA Scientific Meeting November 2014

Dr Cutbush attended the Biennial Scientific Conference of the Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia (SESA) in Melbourne in November 2014. Dr Cutbush is a full member of the society and was the SESA travelling fellow to Europe in 2011 when he visited European shoulder surgeons in France, Switzerland, Denmark and Italy.  At the meeting held in…

AOA Scientific Meeting October 2014

Dr Cutbush attended the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) Annual Scientific Meeting in October 2014. The conference was held at the Melbourne Convention Centre on October 12 to 16th.  Dr Cutbush delivered talks on several topics regarding shoulder surgery. He gave the following presentations: “Clinical Outcomes of Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repairs” Arthroscopic Subscapularis tendon tears are generally…

Royal North Shore Shoulder Symposium September 2014

Dr Ken Cutbush attended the Royal North Shore (RNS) Shoulder Symposium as an invited member of the faculty. The RNS Shoulder Symposium is the premier shoulder course held in Australia.  This year the course was aimed at teaching shoulder surgery skills to Australian Orthopaedic surgeons.  Dr Cutbush lectured on “Shoulder Instability: How I do it”.  In…

Article Accepted for Publication

Dr Cutbush has had a journal article accepted for publication in the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma: Cutbush, K., Andrews, S., Siddiqui, N., Brown, L. M., & Ross, M. (2014). Capitellar Fractures – Is ORIF Necessary? Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. This article looks at the conservative management of patients with a very specific type of elbow fracture…

How to wear your sling after Shoulder Surgery

After Shoulder Surgery you will be fitted with a sling. Patients wear a sling for 6 – 8 weeks after the following surgery: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Arthroscopic Latarjet Surgery Patients wear a sling for 4 weeks after the following surgery: Total Shoulder Replacement Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement Patients wear a sling…

AOA COE Meeting – Adelaide July 2014

Dr Cutbush was invited to be part of the faculty for the Australian Orthopaedic Association Continuing Orthopaedic Education Meeting meeting held in Adelaide in July 2014. The education meeting was a great success.  It was attended by Orthopaedic surgeons from around Australia. He gave lectures on: Arthroscopic AC Joint Reconstruction – Acute & Chronic ACJ Injuries…

Shoulder Arthroscopy & Arthroplasty Fellowship

We welcome Dr Kieran Hirpara as the inaugural Brisbane Hand & Upper Limb Shoulder Fellow.  Kieran is an Irish trained Orthopaedic surgeon who will be with us for the next 12 months. The fellowship is a post graduate fellowship in shoulder surgery that has recently been established by Dr Cutbush, Dr Duke and Dr Ross….