ESSKA – ESA Closed Meeting, Diagnosis and Treatment of acromioclavicular joint pathology

Atene (Grecia), 26-27 Ottobre 2018

Dear friends and colleagues,

It is my pleasure and privilege to invite you to join our first ESA Closed meeting on acromioclavicular joint pathology! The meeting will be held in Athens on October 26th-27th.

Athens is a town with a millennial cultural tradition and recognized worldwide for its great hospitality. The heritage of the classical era is still evident in the city, represented by ancient monuments and artworks. Athens is not only the capital, but it is also considered one of the best Greek cities for quality of life, due to the perfect blend of tradition, history, art and innovation.

This International meeting aims to gather, in an amazing location, researchers and opinion leaders from all European countries in order to find a consensus on the diagnosis and treatment of acromioclavicular joint dislocations in acute as well as in chronic setting. Although thousands of surgical techniques and therapeutic algorithms have been proposed in the last decades, the topic is still under debate!

I hope you will share with us your ideas and experience! Please, submit one or more contributes (oral communications or poster) by email to The abstracts submission criteria is available here. Deadline for applications has been scheduled for July 31st 2018.

Congress attendees will have the chance to benefit from scientific exchanges during either the formal activities or the informal meetings with colleagues from different backgrounds!

I would like to thank you in advance for your scientific contribution and I would appreciate it if you could give the largest diffusion to this invitation.

Looking forward to meeting you in Athens!

For your accommodation and travel arrangements, contact the ESA Closed Meeting Local Secretariat, Mrs Tatiana Zombola at :, +30 210 9609400.


Giuseppe Milano

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