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The Knee Society Update



The online abstract submission system is now open. Abstract are solicited for the 2015 Members Meeting and in consideration for the 2016 Scientific Awards. You may access the system through this link, or the members only section of the website. Nonmembers will need a user ID number to access the submission system via the above link. Please email knee@aaos.org with all contact details and you will be provided with one.

Please review and follow The Knee Society's Abstract Submission Guidelines.

All abstracts are due on or before Monday, June 1, 2015 (11:59 pm CDT).


The Knee Society / AAHKS Specialty Day Program
at the 2015 AAOS Annual Meeting

ARCHIVES NOW AVAILABLE. Please log in or register.

The full-day program was presented on March 28, 2015 is divided into ten symposia covering ligament balancing, infection, new technologies, peri-operative management, economic issues, and revision total knee issues. The format includes video-based presentations, provocative mini-debates, and "How Do I...?" tips from a panel of world-renowned experts. Special highlights include The Knee Society's Scientific Award papers, a Young Investigator symposium, and presentation of The Knee Society's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Those who attended the program in Las Vegas, NV and those who register to view the live webcast, will receive complimentary access to archives for one full year.

View the FINAL PROGRAM here.

REGISTER for the archived program








The 2011 Knee Society Knee Scoring System © is available to licensed users.  For more information, please go to the Outcomes Assessment tab.

For any assistance with your login or submission, please contact The Knee Society office at knee@aaos.org or 1-847-698-1632.

A Nation in Motion
The Knee Society encourages its members and their patients to participate in A Nation In Motion, a national campaign of the AAOS (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).

The Knee Society members proudly participate in Operation Walk programs internationally and in the United States.  Operation Walk and Operation Walk USA are non-profit volunteer medical services organizations providing pro bono surgical treatments to patients who have no access to life-improving surgical care. For more information, please visit www.operationwalk.org and www.opwalkusa.com.


The Knee Society Office:
9400 W. Higgins Rd., Suite 500, Rosemont, IL 60018-4976
Telephone: (847) 698-1632 Fax: (847) 823-0536
Email: knee@aaos.org