Virginia Orthopaedic Soceity (VOS) Annual Meeting - 2018

2018-04-20 - 2018-04-22
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Boar’s Head Inn Charlottesville, VA


Connect with leading orthopaedic surgeons at the VOS 71st  Annual Meeting, the premier voice for musculoskeletal health care in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The Virginia Orthopaedic Society is a professional member organization made up of licensed Orthopaedic Surgeons across the state of Virginia.

Orthopaedic surgery is a diverse medical specialty that addresses the care of bones and joints, among other things. These surgeons have advanced medical training that prepares them to take care of musculoskeletal problems that may or may not require surgery. This includes arthritis, joint replacement, sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery, spine and disc problems, scoliosis, hand problems, foot problems, trauma, and broken bones.

Only Orthopaedic Surgeons have the advanced training to treat such a wide spectrum of problems, with or without surgery, according to a specific need. Many Orthopaedists subspecialize within a given area. The “Find a Doctor” function on this website can assist with finding the most appropriate Orthopaedist in a particular area of the state of Virginia.

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The 71st Annual Meeting program will cover educational needs related to current techniques and evaluation of orthopedic issues that present themselves to the general and practicing orthopedist on a daily basis.

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The Virginia Orthopaedic Association is pleased to invite your organization to increase your visibility and strengthen relationships with Virginia leaders in orthopaedic surgery. Industry support is key to the success of this meeting and demonstrates your commitment to improving patient care and outcomes.

With unopposed exhibit hours you will have an opportunity to generate new leads with orthopaedic surgeons.

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