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Australian Hand Surgery Society ASM Hobart March 2015

Dr Cutbush attended the Australian Hand Surgery Society Annual Scientific Meeting held in Hobart in March 2015.

Article Accepted for Publication Arthroscopic Latarjet

Dr Cutbush has had an article accepted for publication by the international medical journal the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in their techniques in shoulder and elbow surgery. The article is entitled “Arthroscopic Latarjet Stabilisation of the Shoulder with Capsulolabral Repair”. The paper was submitted in February 2015 and accepted for publication in March….

American Academy Meeting, Las Vegas in March 2015

Dr Cutbush attended the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons Academy Meeting in Las Vegas in March 2015. The final day of the meeting was the subspecialty day hosted by the society of American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

Visitation Lafosse France January 2015

Dr Cutbush spent a week with Dr Lafosse in Annecy France in January 2015. Dr Lafosse is a world leader and innovator in shoulder surgery. He is best known for developing the technique of the arthroscopic latarjet. Dr Lafosse demonstrated the latest developments of the arthroscopic latarjet procedure to Dr Cutbush. Dr Lafosse performed many…

QSS Annual Dinner Meeting November 2014

Dr Cutbush attended the annual dinner meeting of the Queensland Shoulder Society (QSS) November 2014. The guest speaker was Dr Greg Hoy from Melbourne who was then the president of the Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Australia (SESA). Dr Hoy spoke regarding the Victorian experience of shoulder surgery for instability in AFL athletes. After…

Dr Cutbush now Qld Chairman of ASOS

Dr Cutbush is now Queensland Chairman of the Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ASOS). Link: asos.org.au

Visitation Dr John Mison February 2015

Dr John Mison, Orthopaedic Surgeon spent the day with Dr Cutbush. Dr Cutbush performed several endoscopic carpal tunnel releases and arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs.

Visitation Prof Chiu November 2014

Professor Peter Chiu visited Dr Cutbush in November 2014.  Professor Chiu spent a day in theatre at Brisbane Private Hospital with Dr Cutbush performing several Reverse Total Shoulder Replacements. Professor Chiu is the Li Shu Fan Medical Foundation Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery at The University of Hong Kong; Clinical Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics…

SESA Scientific Meeting November 2014 Workshop

Dr Ken Cutbush and Dr Des Bokor were invited to conduct a workshop for Smith and Nephew Surgical at the most recent scientific meeting of the Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia in Melbourne in November 2014. Dr Cutbush gave a presentation to members at the workshop on the repair of Acute AC Joint Injuries…

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…