Perioperative Evaluation and Treatment of Osteoporosis

Perioperative Evaluation and Treatment of Osteoporosis
Gregory A. Brown, MD, PhD, FAOA from Franciscan Orthopedic Associates joins Own the Bone to discuss perioperative evaluation and treatment of osteoporosis in total joint replacement. Dr. Brown will illustrate the links between poor bone health and complications of orthopaedic surgery. He will also highlight the importance of and evidence for making bone mineral density testing part of the pre-operative evaluation process. Attendees of this webinar will come away with strategies to provide access to care for orthopaedic patients with low bone mass prior to surgery.

5:00 p.m. CT / 6:00 p.m. ET 

Complimentary for Own the Bone subscribers.
Complimentary for clinicians unable to claim CME.
$25 for clinicians claiming CME.

Speaker: Gregory A. Brown, MD, PhD, FAOA
 Fred Redfern, MD, FAOA 

Own the Bone is pending approval of 0.75 hours of CME credit for this live event.

The AOA and Own the Bone thank DePuy Synthes, Amgen, and Zimmer Biomet for their support of this webinar. For more information about the 2019 Own the Bone Webinar Series, please click here.

This live event is open to all member and non-member health care providers. Our colleagues from industry are welcome to view an on-demand recording that will be posted soon after the live event.

To Register: 

1. Login.
3. Select the appropriate registration category.
4. Click on PROCEED TO CHECK OUT, found at the bottom of the screen.
**Your registration will not be complete until clicking on Proceed to Checkout.**

Can't join us for the live event?
Follow the steps above to register, and we will notify you when the webinar recording becomes available for on-demand viewing.
Problems registering? Contact us.   

Interested in sponsorship opportunities?
If you are a corporate/industry representative and are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Vanessa Lewin, Development Manager, at
5/9/2019 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM
United States

Sign In to Register