Dr. Robert Boykin served as invited faculty at the Vail Hip Symposium in Avon, Colorado. The three-day International Meeting brings together surgeons from all over the world to teach the latest techniques in hip preservation surgery. The event is considered the preeminent and most innovative yearly event in the area of hip preservation surgery.
Dr. Boykin lectured on Anatomic Labral Repair in the hip and instructed in the lab. He enjoys the opportunity to teach cutting edge techniques in hip arthroscopy to other surgeons from across the country and the world and help improve the quality of hip preservation surgery.
The event is co-hosted by the Steadman Clinic/Steadman Philippon Research Institute and Smith and Nephew as is chaired by Dr. Marc Philippon. In referring to the event Dr. Philippon stated “SPRI and Smith & Nephew continue to bring some of the finest minds in the field of hip-related orthopaedic surgery to this conference every year. Together, we can make a significant impact in improving the treatment and rehabilitation of hip injuries. By sharing our findings, we are not only fulfilling our mission of helping people stay active, but are improving the quality of life for countless patients across the country which has lasting benefits for our society and our country.”