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Title: AMERICAN ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY FOR SPORTS MEDICINE 2013 ANNUAL MEETING
Specialty: , Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine
Dates: From Jul, 11, 2013 to Jul, 14, 2013
Location: Chicago, USA
Type: Meeting, Workshop
Registration Cost: From 0 to 0 USD
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accreditation aMa/Pra Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
(AOSSM) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for
Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing
medical education for physicians.
Scientific Sessions: AOSSM designates this live
activity for a maximum of 13.75 AMA PRA Category
1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
Instructional Courses: AOSSM designates this live
activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1
Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
Upper Extremity Live Surgical Demonstrations
Workshop: AOSSM designates this live activity for
a maximum of 4.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate
with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Young Sports Medicine Specialists’ Workshop: A
Sports Medicine Practice: Trending Upward: AOSSM
designates this live activity for a maximum of 2 AMA
PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim
only the credit commensurate with the extent of their
participation in the activity.
Research Workshop: Graft Healing and Failure After
ACL Reconstruction: The American Orthopaedic
Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) designates this
live activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA Category
1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
2013 American Journal of Sports Medicine and Sports
Health Reviewers’ Workshop: AOSSM designates this
live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category
1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity

accreditation nata Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports
Medicine is recognized by the Board of
Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education
for Certified Athletic Trainers.
Scientific Sessions: This program has been approved
for a maximum of 13.75 hours of Category A
Continuing Education. This continuing education
course is considered to be an Essential Level program.
Provider Number: P460
Instructional Courses: This program has been
approved for a maximum of 1.5 hours of Category
A Continuing Education. This continuing education
course is considered to be an Essential Level program.
Provider Number: P460
Upper Extremity Live Surgical Demonstrations
Workshop: This program has been approved for a
maximum of 4.25 hours of Category A Continuing
Education. This continuing education course is
considered to be an Essential Level program.
Provider Number: P460
Research Workshop: Graft Healing and Failure After
ACL Reconstruction: This program has been approved
for a maximum of 3.75 hours of Category A Continuing
Education. This continuing education course is
considered to be an Essential Level program.
Provider Number: P460
2013 American Journal of Sports Medicine and Sports
Health Reviewers’ Workshop: This program has been
approved for a maximum of 1.5 hours of Category
A Continuing Education. This continuing education
course is considered to be an Essential Level program.

 

Event Overview
Welcome message:

The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) is heading to Chicago for
the 2013 Annual Meeting, July 11th–14th! We invite you and your family to this bustling,
energetic, midwestern city that will provide you with an amazing educational experience, as
well as countless opportunities for dining and entertainment.
Mark Miller MD, 2013 Program Chair, has constructed a meeting that will engage attendees
and provide the latest in sports medicine education and research

Courses / Workshops within the event

WEDNESDAY,JULY 10, 2013  12:00–5:15pm

 

2013 aoSSM/ SPtS Pre-Conference Program
Bringing the Team Approach to
Sports Medicine
All are invited to attend this complimentary course
Location: Michigan AB
11:50am–12:00pm Welcome
Kevin E. Wilk PT, DPT, Program Chair
12:00–12:30pm Recent Advances in the Reconstruction
of the Athlete with an ACL Injury
Walter R. Lowe MD
12:30–1:00pm Recent Advances in the Rehabilitation
of the Athlete following ACL Surgery
Russell M. Paine PT
1:00–1:30pm Case Studies: Return to Play and
Interaction of SPT and Surgeon
Champ L. Baker Jr, MD
1:30–2:00pm Tab A. Blackburn PT, ATC
2:00–2:30pm Evaluation of Scapular Pathology:
3D MRI etc.
W. Ben Kibler MD

2:30–3:00pm What’s New in Scapular Rehab

Todd S. Ellenbecker PT
3:00–3:30pm Recent Advances in the Surgical Treatment
of Rotator Cuff Tears
Anthony A. Romeo MD
3:30–4:00pm SLAP: When to do Surgery and
When to Rehab
Brian J. Cole MD
4:00–4:30pm What’s New in the Rehabilitation of the
Overhead Athlete
Kevin E. Wilk PT, DPT
4:30–5:00pm Emerging Concepts in the Treatment of
Shoulder Instability: Bone Loss, Soft Tissue
and Rotator Cuff Interval
Matthew Provencher MD

 

thUrSDaY, JULY 11, 2013

Upper extremity Live Surgical Demonstrations workshop

This workshop is a great value for the sports medicine community.
Plan now to attend this exceptional live surgical demonstration
workshop with world class faculty!
AOSSM Co-Chairs:
William N. Levine MD (New York, NY)
Matthew Provencher MD (San Diego, CA)
Time: 1:00–5:15pm
Location: Sheraton Ballroom II and III
Program Cost:
$225 NM $175 M
$150 Allied Health
$125 Resident/Fellow
Register for this workshop via the Advance Registration Form
included in this program or online.
A boxed lunch is included with the registration fee.
Statement of Need:
A need for this live educational activity has been determined
based on identifying professional practice gaps, previous
course evaluations, the AOSSM Self Assessment and the AOSSM
Educational Curriculum.
Target Audience:
This workshop has been designed for practicing orthopaedic
surgeons, physicians and allied health professionals in the field of
sports medicine or related fields of practice.
Workshop Objectives:
Upon completion of this Live Surgical Demonstration Workshop,
learners should be able to:
Evaluate the optimal use of diverse techniques for the six upper
extremity procedures
Formulate surgical protocols for the upper extremity
procedures that integrate strategies designed to avoid
potential complications
Program Information:
AOSSM attests that the people responsible for the development of
this live activity did so independently and were not influenced by
commercial supporters.
Accreditation/AMA/PRA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine is
accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates
this live educational activity for a maximum of 4.25 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation/NATA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports
Medicine is recognized by the Board of Certification,
Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified
Athletic Trainers.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 4.25 hours of
Category A Continuing Education. This continuing education course
is considered to be an Essential Level program.
BOC Approved Provider Number: P460
Program Description:
SHOULDER PROCEDURES 1:
1:00–1:45pm Open Latarjet
Moderator: Edward G. McFarland MD
Surgeon: Laurence D. Higgins MD
1:45–2:30pm Arthroscopic Labrum:
Around the World in 80 Days
Moderator: Robert A. Arciero MD
Surgeon: Christopher D. Ahmad MD
ELBOW PROCEDURES:
2:30–3:15pm UCL Reconstruction
Moderator: Neal S. ElAttrache MD
Surgeon: James R. Andrews MD
3:15–4:00pm Arthroscopic Elbow: Basic to Advanced
Moderator: Marc R. Safran MD
Surgeon: Felix H. Savoie III, MD
SHOULDER PROCEDURES 2:
4:00–4:45pm Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff
Moderator: Augustus D. Mazzocca MD, MS
Surgeon: Nicholas A. Sgaglione MD
4:45–5:15pm Arthroscopic Suprascapular Nerve Release
Moderator: Jon J.P. Warner MD
Surgeon: Sumant G. Krishnan MD, MSc, FRCS

 

thUrSDaY, JULY 11, 2013

american Journal of Sports Medicine and
Sports healthreviewers’ workshop

This year’s Reviewers’ Workshop will update the audience on two
diverse topics. Epidemiological studies often appear in our journals,
but few of us have the background needed to evaluate them
critically. James L Carey MD, a member of the AJSM editorial board,
will explain the important points in terms that a non-epidemiologist
can understand. In addition, Marc R Safran MD, another member of
the AJSM editorial board, will discuss the current state of knowledge
in the rapidly expanding field of hip arthroscopy.
Program Planners:
Bruce Reider MD
James L Carey MD
Marc R Safran MD
Time: 1:30–3:00pm
Location: Michigan AB
Program Cost:
All meeting attendees are eligible to participate.
Complimentary for AJSM and Sports Health reviewers
$45.00 for non-reviewers
Register for this workshop via the Advance Registration Form
included in this program or online.
A boxed lunch is provided.
Statement of Need:
The need for this live educational activity is based on AJSM
manuscript reviewer evaluations and requests of attendees from
past workshops.
Target Audience:
This workshop has been designed for practicing orthopaedic
surgeons, physicians, and allied health professionals in the field of
sports medicine or related fields of practice would like to improve
their ability to evaluate critically the orthopaedic sports medicine
literature.
Workshop Objectives:
Upon completion of this live educational activity, learners
should be able to:
Improve the skills of attendees at critically evaluating
epidemiological studies in orthopaedic sports medicine,
with special emphasis on whether the proper study design
and statistical analysis have been employed in an
epidemiological study.
Furnish attendees with a discriminating understanding of the
current literature about femoroacetabular impingement and to
give them the skills to judge future research critically and in the
context of prior evidence.
Program Information:
AOSSM attests that the people responsible for the development
of this live educational activity did so independently and were not
influenced by commercial supporters.
Accreditation/AMA/PRA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine is accredited
by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to
provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates
this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation/NATA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc.
to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic
Trainers.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 1.5 hours of
Category A Continuing Education. This continuing education
course is considered to be an Essential Level program.
BOC Approved Provider Number: P460
Program Description:
How to Evaluate Epidemiology Studies in Sports Medicine
James L Carey MD, MPH
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
The purpose of this seminar is to discuss the evaluation and review
of epidemiology studies in orthopaedic sports medicine. Special
emphasis will be placed on proper study design and statistical
analysis. Some specific statistical issues that will be reviewed
include Poisson regression modeling and correcting significance
levels for testing multiple hypotheses. Examples taken directly from
the orthopaedic sports medicine literature will be used to highlight
key principles.
Program Description:
Sorting Out the Literature on Femoroacetabular
Impingement: An Evidence Based Update
Marc R Safran MD
Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Team Physician, Stanford Univeristy
Chief Orthopaedic Consultant, WTA Tour
The literature on femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) has grown
at an exponential rate since 1999, reflecting the growing interest
in this clinical entity, as well as basic and clinical research into its
etiology, prevalence pathophysiology and treatment.
Femoroacetabular impingement is increasingly recognized as a
significant source of pain and disability in the general population,
and particularly in athletes. It is hypothesized that FAI is a cause of
premature or idiopathic arthritis. The prevalence of the anatomy of
FAI approximates 30% of the general population, while in athletes it
appears to occur much more commonly. Studies have demonstrated
a high prevalence of radiographic anatomy consistent with FAI in
many sports: it occurs in approximately 90% of basketball and
American football players, and more than 70% of male (and 50%
of female) soccer players.
This presentation is meant to provide an evidence based overview of
what is known and not known about FAI, its etiology and treatment.

 

FriDaY, JULY 12, 2013

Young Sports Medicine Specialists’ workshop

a Sports Medicine Practice:
trending Upward
Faculty:
Mary Lloyd Ireland MD, Lexington, KY, Course Chair
Jeff Brand MD, Alexandria, MN, Course Chair
Elizabeth A. Arendt MD, Minneapolis, MN
Arthur L. Boland MD, Boston, MA
Robert H. Brophy IV, MD, Chesterfield, MO
Leigh Ann Curl MD, Baltimore, MD
Julie A. Dodds MD, East Lansing, MI
John A. Feagin Jr, MD, Vail, CO
Keith Kenter MD, Cincinnati, OH
Christopher M. Larson MD, Edina, MN
J. Martin Leland III, MD, Chicago, IL
George A. Paletta Jr, MD, Chesterfield, MO
Time: 1:30–3:30pm
Location: TBD
Program Cost:
$70 per person
Register online for this program or via the Advance Registration
Form included in this program.
A light lunch/snack is included with the registration fee.
Statement of Need:
AOSSM has determined a need for this live educational activity
based on previous course evaluations, AOSSM surveys, AOSSM
Educational Curriculum, Self Assessment and topics provided by
AOSSM membership and leadership.
Target Audience:
Sports medicine physicians who would like to sustain a modern
sports medicine practice and are within approximately five years of
their fellowship.
Workshop Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, learners should be able to:
Use social media to raise your practice profile
Use your leadership ability to advance your practice
Understand provider-based billing and implications for
your practice
Provide advantages/disadvantages of hospital-based
employment
Show examples of how to be positive and adapt in the face
of change
Program Information:
AOSSM attests that the people responsible for the development of
this live activity did so independently and were not influenced by
commercial supporters.
Accreditation/AMA/PRA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM)
is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates
this live educational activity for a maximum of 2 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Program Description:
This program has been designed so that attendees will have a
genuine opportunity to discuss meaningful practical issues–some
that short presentations have generated and others that naturally
arise. Come, listen and interact with some top authorities in their
field give perspectives on the practice of sports medicine. We hope
to offer you some alternative thinking on topics of current interest.
Enhancing Your Practice by Raising Your (Digital) Profile
J. Martin Leland III, MD
How to Embrace the Game of Change
Mary Lloyd Ireland MD
Hospital Based Employment: A Physicians Perspective
Jeff Brand MD
Leadership in a Sports Medicine Practice
John A. Feagin MD
The informal small groups give everyone involved an opportunity
to benefit from shared universal experiences and proven solutions.
AOSSM gratefully acknowledges an educational grant from
Smith & Nephew for this workshop.

 

SatUrDaY, JULY 13, 2013

2013 aoSSM research workshop

graft healing and Failure after aCL
reconstruction
Time: 1:30–5:30pm
Location: Ballroom II & III
Program Cost:
There is no cost for this program. However, please register online for this
program or via the Advance Registration Form included in this program.
A light lunch/snack will be provided.
Statement of Need:
A need for this live activity has been determined based on
identifying professional practice gaps, previous course evaluations,
the AOSSM Self Assessment and the AOSSM Educational curriculum.
Target Audience:
This workshop has been designed for orthopaedic surgeons, other
physicians and allied health professionals in the field of sports
medicine.
Workshop Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, learners should be able to:
Describe the biological and biomechanical processes involved in
graft healing
Articulate the effects of processing on graft healing
Compare and contrast the methods used to assess graft strain,
strength, and healing after ACLR
Understand how graft healing biology affects return to sport
Program Information:
AOSSM attests that the people responsible for the development of
this live activity did so independently and were not influenced by
commercial supporters.
Accreditation/AMA/PRA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM)
is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical
Education to provide continuing medical education
for physicians.
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates
this live educational activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation/NATA Credits:
The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc.
to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic
Trainers.
This program has been approved for a maximum of 3.75 hours of
Category A Continuing Education. This continuing education course
is considered to be an Essential Level program.
BOC Approved Provider Number: P460
Purpose: The purpose of this workshop is to review the latest
scientific evidence from both animal and human studies regarding
factors thought to be important in graft healing and performance
following ACL reconstruction. The workshop will focus on information
from high-quality research studies.
Program Description:
1:30–1:35pm Welcome and Introduction
Constance R. Chu MD, Chair
AOSSM Research Committee (Palo Alto, CA)
1:35–1:55pm Autograft vs. Allograft Healing and Incorporation
Steven P. Arnoczky DVM
(East Lansing, MI)
1:55–2:15pm Autograft vs. Allograft and the Success or
Failure of ACL Reconstruction
Rick W. Wright MD (St. Louis, MO)
Session 1: Biological Aspects of Graft Healing
Moderator: Jason L. Dragoo MD
(Palo Alto, CA)
2:15–2:30pm Contributions of Graft Type and Fixation to
Midsubstance vs Bone Tunnel Interface Failure
Scott A. Rodeo MD
(New York, NY)
2:30–2:45pm The Effects of Allograft Processing on Infection
Risk and Healing
C. Thomas Vangsness MD
(Los Angeles, CA)
2:45–3:00pm Augmenting ACL Graft Healing
Martha Murray MD
(Boston, MA)
3:00–3:10pm General Discussion
3:10–3:25pm BREAK
Session 2: Methods to Assess Healing/Functional Capacity
of the Graft
Moderator: Robert F. LaPrade MD, PhD
(Vail, CO)
3:25–3:40pm Measuring Graft Strain and Joint Loading
after ACL Reconstruction
Thomas P. Andriacchi PhD (Palo Alto, CA)
3:40–3:55pm MRI Assessment of Graft Strain/Healing
Hollis G. Potter MD
(New York, NY)
3:55–4:10pm Clinical Measures of Graft Strength
Stefano Zaffagnini MD
(Bologna, Italy)
4:10–4:20pm General Discussion
Session 3: Implications of Graft Healing on Return to Sport
Moderator: Steven J. Svoboda MD
(West Point, NY)
4:20–4:35pm Current Status of Return to Sport and
Measurement of Return to Sport
James J. Irrgang PhD, PT, ATC
(Pittsburgh, PA)
4:35–4:50pm Should I Use Allografts in Athletes? NO.
What About Weekend Warriors?
Darren L. Johnson MD (Lexington, KY)
4:50–5:05pm Should I Use Allografts in Athletes? YES.
What About Weekend Warriors?
Peter A. Indelicato MD (Gainesville, FL)
5:05–5:15pm General Discussion
5:15–5:30pm Conclusions and Future Directions
Constance R. Chu MD (Palo Alto, CA)
5:30pm MEETING ADJOURNED
AOSSM gratefully acknowledges Joint Restoration Foundation,
RTI, Smith & Nephew and Stryker for providing educational
grants for this workshop.

 

 

Social Program

THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2013
6:30–8:00pm
WELCOME RECEPTION
Join us in the Exhibit Hall and on the adjacent outdoor patio
for this year’s Welcome Reception. Everyone and their families
are welcome to attend.
NO FEE

 

FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2013
10am–noon
PRIVATE ARCHITECTUAL CRUISE
The cool mist off the lake, the magnificence of the city
skyline and the tranquility of lapping waves set the mood
for a wistful private AOSSM morning cruise on the Chicago
River. Visitors and Chicagoans alike say that the best way to
really see the city’s profile is on architectural cruise. The tour
provides an overview of historic and modern architectural
styles, plus many stories about the people who designed and
built the city. An architectural docent will provide live narration
featuring an overview of architecture and history. Guests
will find out little known facts about the history of Chicago’s
buildings, without the omission of the juicier details-scandal,
corruption, conflict: all the material that makes for great
entertainment. This cruise is limited to 40 people and all
ages are welcome.
Cost: $95.00

 

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2013
6:30–10:30pm
FIREWORKS DINNER CRUISE ON THE ODYSSEY
Come aboard the Odyssey for the AOSSM private party cruise
down beautiful Lake Michigan. You’ll have front row seats
for amazing city scenery and the best views of the fireworks
taking place at 10:00pm. In addition, you’ll have your pick
of entertainment on the various ship decks, including a DJ,
live band and children’s entertainment, including a strolling
magician. In addition, you can have a keepsake of the
evening’s memories via our photo booth. A buffet dinner
and full bar will be offered throughout the evening. The
Odyssey will cruise for approximately 1.5 hours and return
to dock prior to the fireworks for those that want to exit the
boat earlier. Pick up and drop off is at Navy Pier, which is
approximately a 10 minute walk from the Sheraton Chicago.
Tickets are limited so please register in advance and only
register if in fact you know you are able to attend.
Additional tickets will be available on site, space permitting.
Please indicate the number of adults and children on the
registration form.
NO FEE

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Accommodation
Accommodation:

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Sheraton Chicago at a group rate of $249 single and double occupancy. Reservations may be made by calling 800-233-4100 or 312-329-7000. Specify that you are attending the AOSSM Annual Meeting. You can also book directly online. The reservation deadline is June 8, 2013.  Rooms are guaranteed until this date pending availability. Attendees are encouraged to book early.

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Contact: Pat Kovach , Education and Meetings Coordinator , American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine

Phone: 847-292-4900

Fax: 847-292-4905

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