Arthrex, Inc.
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Medical Education


A Hands-on Learning Experience

With over 30 years experience in the orthopaedic industry, Arthrex represents a dedicated commitment to provide simple, safe, and reproducible surgical solutions in minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery. Our mission is to combine the finest quality engineered products with a comprehensive program of educational services to meet the needs of the orthopaedist and the patient.

The Arthrex commitment to education features a surgical skills training facility located at our headquarters in Naples, Florida, welcoming surgeons to participate in a unique, intimate, and practical lab experience instructed by today's leading orthopaedic surgeons. The Naples Lab is located 30 minutes from Southwest Florida International Airport.

Additional Arthrex Surgical Skills Training Centers are located in Scottsdale, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; Irvine, CA; and Vail, CO - all offering personalized educational experience. The Scottsdale Lab is located 20 minutes from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The West Coast Lab is situated at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in close proximity to Los Angeles International Airport. LaGuardia Airport is the best airport to fly into for SurgiCare of Manhattan, 45 minutes away. UCI is 13 miles from the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. And the Vail training center is 30 minutes from Vail/Eagle Airport and two hours from Denver International Airport. Surgery observation hosted by leading surgeons are available at these centers.

The Surgical Skills Training program includes state-of-the-art concepts taught by leading orthopaedic surgeons in a practical lab environment. Personal attention is guaranteed with a limited number of participants for each course. Corporate staff members complement the instruction by providing necessary technical support for each course.

Each Surgical Skills Training Center is equipped with the latest arthroscopic wet and dry lab simulators and is stocked with a complete inventory of the latest instrumentation and implants. One cadaveric specimen is provided for a maximum of two orthopaedic surgeons per station.