Cadaver Labs

DePuy Synthes/Medtronic Hands-on Lab

       This course seeks to enhance upon the clinical foundations and skills of the participant specifically related to the surgical management of patients presenting with complex hip and knee arthroplasty. Lab sessions will include surgical approach instruction for Anterior Approach primary hip arthroplasty and complex knee arthroplasty including difficult revisions. Technologies/Products demonstrated:  Velys™ Robotic-Assisted Solution, Velys™ Hip Navigation, KINCISE™ Surgical Automated System, ACTIS®, ATTUNE® and AQUAMANTYS™

Space is limited to Fellows and Young Surgeons at a First-Come, First-Served Basis


Ryan Nunley, MD                            Zachary Post, MD             Keith Fehring, MD            J. Ryan Martin, MD              Chris Pomeroy, MD

Washington University               Rothman Institute            OrthoCarolina                   Vanderbilt University                   OrthoIndy

Location: Med 2 Market

Calling all fellows! We are thrilled to be once again offering this cadaveric course highlighting the Intellijoint Navigation System® - a smart navigation system designed to improve the accuracy of total hip and total knee arthroplasty. As an open platform navigation system, we work with all surgical approaches and all major implant vendors.  Your surgery, your way. 

During this one-day course, we will have 3 TJA specialist surgeons on hand to demonstrate the benefits and the ease of incorporating the Intellijoint Navigation System into your existing workflows. Our Intellijoint HIP® system gives you real-time measurements of leg length, cup position, and offset to ensure equal leg lengths and accurate cup placement. Intellijoint KNEE® is our latest product and offers measurements of varus/valgus, slope, and resection depth helping to align cutting guides in the sagittal and coronal plane. Our intuitive, yet easy-to-use technology has been used in over 20,000 TJA procedures within the US since 2016 and has been adopted by many fellows entering into practice. 

If that wasn't enough, our system consists of only one tray, one laptop, and a miniature  3D camera - minimizing the OR footprint. We also offer a fee-per-use model, which eliminates any large upfront capital expenditures. 

Learning Objectives: Gain an appreciation for how computer-assisted navigation can increase  accurate component positioning during THA and TKA | Enhance surgical skills in all standard THA and TKA approaches including the  Direct Anterior Approach B Through hands-on product interaction, participants will realize how simple  Intellijoint HIP and Intellijoint KNEE smart navigation is to use and how quickly they can integrate the system into any standard surgical workflow

Intellijoint Surgical® Cadaver Lab

Anterior Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty Lab using Surgical Training institute

Location: MedtoMarkets Lab

Location: The Fairmont Hotel


Charles Lawrie, MD     


Ryan G. Molli, DO, FAAHKS

Whole Health Joint Replacement Institute


A didactic session and cadaver lab focusing on the Plasmablade™ X with Light and the Aquamantys™ Bipolar Sealer


Brian Culp, MD                                                           Ran Schwarzkopf, MD, MSc                                                         Stefan Kreuzer, MD, MSc

Princeton Orthopaedic Associates                      NYU Langone Health                                                                   INOV8 Orthopedics                 

Jeffrey Petrie, MD     


Tyler D. Goldberg, MD

Texas Orthopedics