Arthroplasty Society of Australia ASA
About the ASA
The ASA is an AOA subspecialty group, comprising surgeons and researchers with a specialty interest in hip and knee arthroplasty surgery. Founded in 1993, the Society currently has over 120 members, with representation from each of the states and territories.
The main function of the Arthroplasty Society is to promote the science and practice of hip and knee arthroplasty. Members are active in research and teaching, and regularly present at national and international meetings. The Society conducts an annual scientific meeting.