Registration Details

This symposium attracts orthopaedic surgeons, non-operative sports medicine physicians, physical therapists, athletic trainers, nurses, and physician assistants to learn about the latest techniques in cartilage repair. With a focus on basic science, we also attract the best scientists and engineers to present their cutting edge work.

The intent of this meeting is to build consensus, informed by clinical practice and basic and translational research, to define new directions in the field that will drive the treatment of cartilage injuries in the knee from the current status of repair towards the promise of regeneration.

This two-day conference will be live-streamed and on-demand this year due to COVID-19. There will be no portion of an in-person symposium and no human tissue lab. 

Since our symposium this year will be virtual and because of our generous sponsors and educational grants we are able to offer this virtual symposium online complimentary to all attendees. 

This conference will be held live on Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12, 2020 based on the Agenda posted on this site. This exclusive online program will include interactive keynote speakers and panel sessions with Q&A and the opportunity to participate in chat forums with other attendees. 

Discover new opportunities with our online sponsor booths and build your knowledge with e-Poster presentations.

Access speakers and topics where you want when you want, you won’t miss a thing. Your registration will give you 30 days' access if you cannot attend the live sessions. All registered attendees will have access links until October 11, 2020.  These recordings and links will be available on this website, using your Login, the week of September 14th. 


Since we are not charging a registration fee for this virtual symposium please consider donating to Nth Dimensions (http://www.nthdimensions.org/our-story ) to address the dearth of women and underrepresented minorities in orthopaedic surgery. 

Nth Dimensions was founded in 2004 by orthopaedic surgeons working collaboratively with academic institutions, community surgeons, and industry to address the dearth of women and underrepresented minorities (URMs) in orthopaedic surgery. The overarching goal of Nth Dimensions is to address and eliminate healthcare disparities for all communities. The primary mission is to provide resources, expertise, and experience, through developing and implementing strategic pipeline initiatives.