Chairman: Prof. Stefano Gumina (MD, PhD)

The Shoulder Experts - VII Edition

Rome - December 9-10, 2022
2 full days dedicated to shoulder surgery
Through: 4 instructional courses; 4 cad labs; 30 discussions on debated topics; 12 lectures; 2 round tables; 3 interviews; shoulder rehabilitation workshops...

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WELCOME FROM THE CHAIRMAN

Dear experts and friends, this year the 7th edition of the international congress entitled: “Shoulder surgery: the experts question themselves” will take place face to face in the prestigious Aula Magna of the Sapienza University of Rome. The format is unusual for the international conference scene; the invited speakers have chosen the topic of their own presentation since it represents a milestone of their scientific production. Each speaker will have 8 minutes available. Following the oral presentation, a 12 minutes of high scientific level debate will be animated by the speaker and two moderators.
A two-day cad labs on shoulder arthroplasty will be held in the prestigious Dissecting Room of the Department of Anatomy of the Sapienza University. Three instructional courses, lunch workshops, round tables and interviews will enrich each congress day.
To recall the spirit of our ancestors, a tribune has been included in the program. This represents a congressional novelty. The tribune will ask a series of “embarrassing questions” to two senators regarding difficult shoulder conditions.
The conference will be enriched by a presentation on the artistic image of the shoulder and by a live concert of the State Police Orchestra.

Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy these two high-level scientific days with us…and to breathe a Christmas atmosphere in the Eternal City.

Stefano Gumina (MD, PhD)
Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy

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Registration deadline: 5th December 2022 at 2 PM (On-site registration will NOT be available)
Refunds are no longer possible