Welcome to the Nice Shoulder Institute
Shoulder and elbow joints allow us to bend, flex, reach, and rotate our arms. However, repetitive overhead movements that are common to some sports and jobs frequently overstress the elbow and shoulder joints resulting in injury. When problems related to tendon tears, instability, fractures, arthritis and other conditions impede movement, both surgical and non-surgical treatments are considered to ease pain and help restore movement.
Pascal Boileau, MD
Professor Pascal Boileau is head of Orthopaedic and Trauma surgery in Nice, France. He holds the position of Vice-Dean of Biomedical Research and has received rewards for innovation of shoulder surgery prosthesis design and for clinical research related to reverse prosthesis.
Nice Shoulder Course 2018
Three-day shoulder course, covering arthroscopic and prosthetic surgery.
The program includes lectures by leading shoulder surgeons, round table discussions, a live surgery session and workshops with cadavers and plastic models.
The 9th edition of the Nice Shoulder Course will be held in 2018, so save the date, and see you in Nice on May 31, June 1 & 2, 2018.Website Registration page