Tekno Surgical were delighted to welcome 10 delegates and 4 guest speakers to the Total Knee Cadaver Arthroplasty Meeting on Saturday 29th in the University College Cork Assert Centre which was followed by a MAKO Robot demonstration in the Stryker Innovation Centre after.
With a focus on 3 key topics, our delegates first started with lecture style talks from Mr. Rehan Gul and Mr Shane Guerin in the Assert Centre. Following the talks, our delegates then worked together in a theatre style Cadaver Workshop which was also led by Mr. Gul, Mr. Guerin and Mr. Stephen Brennan.
Mr. Rehan Gul has been working as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Cork since 2009. Graduating with honours in 1996, Rehan went on to complete his orthopaedic training at the Irish Higher Surgical Training Programme in 2006. He also completed his fellowship training in Joint Replacement and Sports Surgery at the world-renowned SPORTSMED SA in Adelaide, Australia in 2007.His speciality includes primary and revision hip and knee replacement. Although he has a speciality interest in total joint replacements, he also provides surgical treatment for fractures, sports related injuries around knee, foot and ankle surgery.
Mr Shane Guerin completed Fellowship training in Canada in 2012 and then returned to Cork where he continues to work as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Cork University Hospital and South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital.
Mr. Brennan was appointed to the Bon Secours Health System Cork in July 2016. A graduate of University College Dublin Medical School in 2002, Stephen has also completed Masters Degrees in Applied Biomechanics through the University of Strathclyde and a Masters of Surgery through U.C.D. He attained FRCS status in Trauma and Orthopaedics in 2014 and completed the Irish Higher Surgical Training Program in 2015. Since then Stephen has travelled to Australia for Fellowship training in Robotic Joint Replacement Surgery.
Tekno Surgical would like to thank all who attended with a special thanks to our speakers who shared their vast knowledge and experience throughout the day. We would also like to extend our thanks to Chris Boyce and Ian Walsh from Stryker who took the time to demonstrate the MAKO Robot in a theatre style setting within the Stryker Innovation Centre.
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