Upcoming shoulder surgery courses
For 2023 & 2024, we are working to organize mix-courses:
– between 50 and 100 praticipants will be able to physically attend the courses at the Clinique Générale d’Annecy.
– Some courses will also be available online for all healthcare professionals who do not wish to travel.
Stryker Course 1
March 7th to 9th, 2024
DePuy Synthes Course 1
April 11th to 13th, 2024
Cours Smith & Nephew
June 27th to 29th, 2024
DePuy Synthes Course 2
Nov. 21th to 23th, 2024
To participate to our courses, please contact your industry delegate.
(ie: to apply for DePuy Courses, please contact your DePuy regional delegate, for the Stryker Courses, contact your Stryker regional delegate, for the Smith & Nephew Courses, contact your Smith & Nephew delegate).
The SECEC Qualification-Committee reviewed ASI (Alps Surgery Institute) application in collaboration with the French National Delegate and has approved our shoulder surgery institute for 5 years.
Fellowships at the Institute have been completed by surgeons from all over the world. The Institute is able to accommodate three types of fellow into its work and educational framework:
– 3 months observership /fellowship,
– 6 months fellowship to take a more active part
– 12 months fellowship to follow up to 500 surgeries
Learn the best shoulder surgery techniques using our video courses platform
You’ve attended one of the Alps Surgery Institute courses? Please login or register to access* all the videos of surgeries recorded during your courses.
* Access will be granted only to participants
Since the 2018, all courses organized by Alps Surgery Institute will be fully accessible online only for the praticipants.
Our objective is to simplify and modernize the access to the shoulder surgery knowledge by enabling an online unlimited videos replay.
If you’ve participated to one of the previous courses, you can you use the following links to access the videos.
AAASA 2 - ALT 2
November 22th – 25th, 2022
Stryker Course 3
November 17th – 18th, 2022
Smith & Nephew Course
October 6th – 8th, 2022
Stryker Course 2
June 2nd – 4th, 2022
AAASA 1 - ALT 1
April 5th – 8th, 2022
Online Stryker Course 2020
Arthroscopic Arthroplasty Shoulder Academy (AASA)
November 1st – 3rd, 2020
Arthroscopic Arthroplasty Shoulder Academy (AASA 2)
November 17th – 19th, 2019
March 31st-April 2nd, 2019
November 11th – 13th, 2018
=> Program (.pdf – 2,9 Mo)
Become an expert
The Alps Surgery Institute (ASI) is a specialist group of Shoulder and Upper Limb surgeons dedicated to the utilisation of contemporary techniques in shoulder reconstruction. This world-renowned private institution has three primary goals:
1. To further the science and surgical techniques of upper limb surgery,
2. To participate and assist in the education and development of the orthopaedic community worldwide,
3. To play a leading role in the improvement of current devices and the innovation of new implants and instrumentation.
To date the Institute has fulfilled its aims by combining the unit’s extensive clinical database with current scientific evidence through clinical analysis. In addition, the team retains close links with other world leaders in orthopaedic surgery with the aim of sharing ideas and treatment philosophies.
Laurent Lafosse is a pioneer of modern shoulder surgery and has had numerous scientific papers published in international peer reviewed journals. He has delivered several keynote lectures at international conferences and is regarded as one of today’s world leaders in arthroscopic shoulder reconstruction. In addition, Dr Lafosse has been recognised worldwide for his innovations in shoulder surgery, including the Lasso loop stitch, Arthroscopic suprascapular nerve release, Arthroscopic Latarjet procedure and the Lafosse suture knot.
” The 3 days courses were pretty intense and having the opportunity to rewatch the videos is a real benefit!
Simple & easy…
If you’ve attended one of our course, you will automatically receive an invitation email, offering you a connexion link to our website.
Once connected, you’ll have the possibility to replay all the videos recorded during your course.
2018 was the first year we experience the use of an online video platform for displaying our shoulder surgery course. A the moment, the platform main objective is to allow ASI fellows or participants to course to access the videos of all surgery praticed during the course they’ve attended. If you need more details, feel free to contact us using the contact form.