Workshop Event

TTA RAPID® & Patella Luxation

TTA RAPID® & Patella Luxation


7. November 2024    
9:00 - 17:00


USA - New York Vet Show Venue
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 West 34th Street, New York, New York, 10001


New York Vet Show Hands-On Lab
Faculty: Dr. Jeff Mayo
CE Credits: 8 RACE-approved CE Credits
Language: English
Hands-On Training: Dry Lab & Wet Lab
Course Fee: $ 1,000.00
Course Details
Course Fee $ 1,000.00
Course Language in English
CE Credits 8 RACE-approved CE Credits
Faculty Jeff Mayo, DABVP C/F, MANZCVS (Surgery)
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Course Description
Introducing the Titanium TTA RAPID® system by Rita Leibinger Medical—a revolutionary solution for treating Cruciate Ligament Ruptures in Canine and Feline patients. With its straightforward procedure, TTA RAPID® requires only a partial osteotomy and provides additional security through multiple points of screw fixation.

Versatility is key, and TTA RAPID® offers a range of cage sizes (2mm to 15mm) with the option to add a patella luxation spacer when needed. Proven to reduce surgery time, lower infection rates, and expedite recovery, TTA RAPID® is shaping the future of veterinary care.

Explore this cutting-edge technology firsthand at New York Vet!

Instructor:  Dr. Jeff Mayo, DVM, DABVP C/F, MANZCVS (Surgery)


Dr. Robert “Jeff” Mayo was born in Virginia, and moved to Idaho in 1978.

From to 2008 to now, Dr. Mayo has flown and taught internationally in Japan, Germany, Bulgaria, Italy, Australia and several other countries. Dr. Mayo has trained hundreds if not over a thousand Veterinarians on laser surgery, radiosurgery, orthopedics and soft tissue surgery as well as regenerative medicine and alternative therapies.

Dr. Mayo has lectured at dozens of national and international veterinary conferences further sharing his knowledge to other veterinarians to better serve the patients and communities.

Dr. Mayo’s peak interests includes knee surgeries, fracture repairs, second opinions, radiosurgery, alternative sterilization and regenerative medicine.


Course Agenda  
9:00 AM Coffee & Introductions
9:15 AM TTA and Patella Luxation Theory
10:15 AM Equipment Overview
10:45 AM Surgical Planning
11:15 AM Surgical Procedure, Post-Op Recommendations, and Potential Complications
12:00 PM Lunch (included)
1:00 PM Demo & Dry Lab
1:45 PM Coffee Break
2:00 PM Demo & Wet Lab
5:00 PM Adjourn