Baltimore Limb Deformity Course
Note: Registration will open in early February.
Please see our Course flyer for information about our 2020 courses.
The 2019 Course was an intensive, educational experience that allowed 360 attendees from 36 countries and 33 states in the U.S. to learn from internationally renowned surgeons. Our faculty conducted hands-on labs and lectured on topics such as assessing limb alignment, planning deformity correction, and correcting limb deformities with internal and external devices. Basic and advanced limb reconstruction concepts and surgical procedures were also presented. We thank our corporate sponsors, faculty, Academic and Research Services Department, and volunteers for making this Course possible.
Join us in August 2020 to celebrate three decades of the Baltimore Limb Deformity Course! The 30th Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course will be held August 26-30, 2020. Pre- and post-courses will also be offered. Please continue to check this web site for the latest information about the 2020 Course.
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Please contact Madeline Bacon with any questions about the Baltimore Limb Deformity Course.
Baltimore Limb Deformity Course
Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215, USA
What Participants Are Saying About the 2019 Course
- “I wanted to express my complete satisfaction and enjoyment regarding my attendance at this year’s Baltimore Limb Deformity Course. I came back to practice with far greater knowledge, and I appreciated all of the staff and lecturers during this course. I was so duly impressed that I consider your course to be fundamental in the education of our residents similar to AO and arthroscopy. The wealth of knowledge, particularly from a surgical biomechanics aspect, is unparalleled and not seen offered within our profession. I am requiring all completing first years to attend, and the timing of the program could not be better than August.”
- “This course has been phenomenal!!! Recommend it for everyone interested—would love to come back.”
- “Your course is hands down the best one I go to (I even brought a resident of mine over this year).”
- “Thank you for a great course. Incredibly informative and I feel fortunate to learn from the best in the WORLD!”
- “Thank you very much for this amazing course. It added very detailed and unique concepts to my deformity correction knowledge. I will definitely come to this course again.”
- “Greatly enjoyed the course, and learning from this wonderful group of experts that only Dr. Herzenberg would be able to attract!”
- “I would recommend the course to everyone who encounters these limb deformities in practice.”
- “I think the course is always excellent and always working to make itself better even by fine-tuning little details. I also appreciate the efficient use of time and the concentration of material that fits in the three days of the course. Also good mix of lectures, workshop exercises and labs to keep attendees interested and engaged.”
- “I always enjoy coming to the course and exchanging information with Heroes in the field. I look forward to next year.”
- “Awesome experience, wonderful learning, wish to come again and again. Love you Sinai Hospital and Baltimore.”
- “Highly recommend this pre-course. Best cadaver lab I’ve been to. Great faculty/attendee ratio.”
- “The constant improvements in the way the material is presented always impresses me.”
2019 Course Sponsors
We would like to thank these organizations for their support of the 2019 Baltimore Limb Deformity Course: