Arthroscopy Association of Canada (AAC)
The founding meeting of the Arthroscopy Association of Canada (AAC) occurred in 2012, initiated by a small group of committed orthopaedic surgeons. While there was interest in pursuing a formalized structure, the group did not fully materialize into a functioning association at that time. The Arthroscopy Association of Canada (AAC) was re-formed in 2017, and the current AAC Executive is grateful to the founding members, many of whom now form our Advisory committee (see Contact section), and have been pivotal contributors to the early success of the Association.
The AAC was formed to encourage national collaboration and advancement of sports and arthroscopy research and education. The AAC will mobilize the knowledge gained through the Association’s research to contribute to the global advancement of arthroscopic surgery and improved patient outcomes. Members include orthopaedic surgeons, researchers and allied health care professionals.