Here you’ll find information on our programs, membership and our annual Veterinary Orthopedic Society Conference. We invite you to become a member and take advantage of everything VOS has to offer.



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Register Now for the VOS 2019 Conference!

VOS 2019 Conference
February 9-16, 2019
Breckenridge, Colorado

Join us in Breckenridge, Colorado for the 46th Annual VOS Conference. Online conference registration is now open!

We have opened reservations for lodging, lift tickets, and other transportation needs. To receive a discount on your registration, you must reserve your lodging with Ski.com.

Call for Abstracts

We invite practitioners, academicians, and researchers interested in large animal, small animal, and exotic species to submit abstracts of novel studies in practical and scientific topics related to veterinary orthopedics and traumatology. To submit an abstract or learn more, please visit our Abstract Submission website. Abstract submission opened August 1, 2018 and closes on October 1, 2018 for both podium presentations and posters.

Conference Brochure

To learn more about the VOS 2019 Conference registration and accommodations, read the VOS 2019 Conference brochure.

For questions or travel reservations, contact Penny Smith of Rocky Mountain Tours, a division of Ski.com, at penny.smith@ski.com or 800-233-2300, ext. 3420.


VOS 2018 Conference Proceedings

The VOS 2018 Conference Proceedings is now available in an interactive digital format that you can download to your computer. Go to the VOS 2018 Conference page for more details.


Meet the 2019 Jacques Jenny Lecturer

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William G. Raasch, MD is a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He is the Director of Sports Medicine and is the head team physician for the Milwaukee Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks and is the company physician for the Milwaukee Ballet Company.

Dr. Raasch has an engineering background and he has a motion analysis lab where he researches the mechanics of motion as a cause of orthopedic injury, especially in athletes. His other interests include the care and treatment of complex knee injuries including ligament reconstruction, meniscal transplant and autologous chondrocyte implantation.                          

 

 

 

Home page photo: Tom Cohen, Breckenridge Ski Resort.