Dr Levi Morse was recently invited to convene as faculty at the LIMA Stemless Shoulder Course at the Macquarie University Laboratory, Sydney.
He presented to Orthopaedic Surgeons from across Australia and New Zealand on his experience with the LIMA Stemless Shoulder System. He then demonstrated how to implant the prosthesis in the cadaver lab.
Presenting to the delegates. In the Cadaver Lab.
Dr Morse recently volunteered with Orthopaedic Outreach, the humanitarian arm of the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA).
The Orthopaedic Ward. The front entrance of the Angau Memorial Hospital, Lae, PNG.
He spent a week in Lae, Papua New Guinea and worked with the local surgeons and staff to provide teaching, education and Orthopaedic services.
Outside the Operating Theatre entrance.
After a day in a very busy clinic, the remaining 4 days were spent operating. Dr Morse plans to continue visiting Lae with Orthopaedic Outreach six monthly.
Dr Levi Morse recently attended the Shoulder and Elbow Society of Australia (SESA) conference in Perth.
He presented a paper on his experience with Patient Specific Instrumentation (PSI) techniques for shoulder surgery, and was also honoured to be accepted as a full member of the association.
Dr Morse also conducted a ‘meet the expert’ session for LIMA Orthopaedics, educating other surgeons on his experiences with Shoulder Arthroplasty techniques.
Dr Morse recently had the pleasure of travelling to France by invitation to attend a course for advanced techniques in shoulder replacement surgery.
He also had time to visit two internationally renowned shoulder surgeons, Dr Pierre Mertais (Clermont-Ferrand) and Dr Bruno Toussaint (Annecy).
If you’re interested in getting an insight of what goes on in the operating theatre, Dr Mertais and Dr Morse have uploaded videos of shoulder replacement surgery performed at Clermont-Ferrand.
Please see the link below…
He also had the opportunity to catch some impressive sights along the way…
Dr Morse with Dr Pierre Mertais.
Dr Morse with Dr Bruno Toussaint
The surgical team in Annecy, France
Construction continues on our site at 52 Fulham Road, Pimlico. Recent rains and council set backs have delayed things somewhat, but we hope to be finished towards the end of May.
See below images showing progression of the build.