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Course Presentations

Most presentations will be available to download/print no later than April 28, 2016. Please check back regularly for updated presentations.

(Presentations in blue are available to download)

 

Day 1 – Thursday, April 21, 2016

Session I: PEDIATRICS
How to Stay Out of Trouble: 5 Pediatric Upper Extremity FracturesMichael Schmitz, MD/ Dana Olszewski, MD/ Jorge Fabregas, MD
How to Stay Out of Trouble: 5 Pediatric Lower Extremity FracturesMichael Schmitz, MD/ Dana Olszewski, MD/ Jorge Fabregas, MD
Recognizing Potential Child Abuse: Recognition and ObligationsMichael Schmitz, MD/ Dana Olszewski, MD/ Jorge Fabregas, MD
Gender Specific Sports Injuries: FemaleSteven Kane, MD
Gender Specific Sports Injuries: MaleMichael Schmitz, MD/ Dana Olszewski, MD/ Jorge Fabregas, MD
Session II: UPPER EXTREMITY
Olecranon Fractures: All the Ways to Fix ThemMara Schenker, MD
Distal Humerus Fractures: What the Generalist Should KnowPhani Dantuluri, MD
Distal Radius Fractures: Current Concepts, What I Do, and AAOS CPGsMel Rosenwasser, MD
The Clavicle: Medial, Middle, and Distal Injuries: What I DoSteven Kane, MD
Single Use Device Implants for Upper Extremity: The Future?Mel Rosenwasser, MD
Case Presentations: What Not to Do, And Why I Actually Did It…Drs. Reisman, Min, Rosenblum, Ziran

Day 2 – Friday, April 22, 2016

Session III: UPPER EXTREMITY
Proximal Humerus in Elderly: Is the Pendulum  Swinging AgainSteven Kane, MD
Proximal Humerus Fractures: What to Do in the Young Active PatientsPhani Dantuluri, MD
 

Humeral Shaft: How to Manage the Hard Ones

Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
Update on Tendon Repair TechniquesJoshua Ratner, MD

Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH

Nerve Entrapment and Tendon Conditions of Upper ExtremityJoshua Ratner, MD

Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH

Session IV: LOWER EXTREMITY
Ankle Fractures: Update and the New Attention to the Posterior SideWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
Talus Fractures: Update on Urgency, Treatment, and Long Term IssuesWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
Lisfranc Injuries: Update on Current ManagementWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
The Calcaneus: When and Who to Fix, and How to Not…John Chao, MD
Common Foot ConditionsBrian Abell, DO
Distal Extra-Articular Tibia Fractures: Update and OptionsBruce Simpson, MD
The Simple Pilon: How I Do ItJohn C. Floyd, MD, FACS
Debate: The Severe Pilon Should be Fixed and Given a ChanceWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
Debate: The Severe Pilon Should Get Immediate FusionWilliam Reisman, MD
Debate: The Severe Pilon is Better Off With a BKA in This Day and AgeRobert Harris, MD
Session V: HIP & THIGH
Femoral Neck Fractures in the Young: Urgency and TechniquesWilliam Rosenblum, MD
Femoral Neck Fractures in the Elderly: Implant SelectionMichael Suk, MD
How I Do ORIF of Femoral Neck in the YoungMichael Quackenbush, DO
Debate: Peritroch Fractures Should be Treated with DHSThomas Moore, Jr., MD
Debate: Peritroch Fractures Should be Treated with IMHSRobert Harris, MD
Femoral Nailing: My Pearls for Antegrade and Retrograde TechniquesLawrence Webb, MD
Periprosthetic Fractures about the HipJon Minter, MD
Periprosthetic Fractures about the KneeLawrence Webb, MD
Session VI: Knee/Tibia
Distal Femur: My Pearls for PlatingWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
Extensor Mechanism Disruptions: Current ConceptsFled Flandry, MD, FACS
Tibial Shaft: My Pearls for NailingWilliam Rosenblum, MD
Tibial Plateau Fractures: One and Two Plates. Why & HowFred Flandry, MD, FACS
BKA: How the Optimal Technique has ChangedBruce Simpson, MD
Case Presentations: Common Pitfalls in JudgementWilliam Reisman, MD

Day 3 – Saturday, April 23, 2016

Session VII: TECHNOLOGY & PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
Bone Simulators: The Science and VoodooThomas Moore, Sr., MD
Carbon Fiber: Evolution and Current OptionsJohn C. Floyd, MD, FACS
Management of Pathologic Fractures in the Community SettingStephen Becher, MD
Practice Guidelines: What the AAOS Has Done, and Not DoneDoug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
Preparing for Bundled Care: What Our Future Report Cards Will Look LikeMichael Suk, MD
Coding Pearls from the Crypt: What I DoWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
So You Think You Can Code: Panel SurveyBruce Ziran, MD
Session IX: PROACTIVE MANAGEMENT/HEALTH POLICY
New Hospital Physician PartnershipsMark Baker
The Crystal Ball: Private Practice in 5 YearsDoug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
The Crystal Ball: Emplyed Practice in 5 YearsMichael Suk, MD
The Crystal Ball: Hospital Partnerships in 5 YearsWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA,
Session X: AXIAL SKELETON
Introduction to the Sacroilliac JointJohn Keating, MD
SIJ Development/AnatomyTim Ganey, MD
Diagnosis: Symptoms, Signs, TestsFled Flandry, MD, FACS
Non-Op Treatment InjectionsAdam Lewis, MD
Non-Op Treatment: PTShelly DiCecco, PT
Minimally InvasiveAdam Lewis, MD
OpenRobert Simpson, MD
TraumaticWilliam Min, MD, MS, MBA
Operative ImagingJohn Keating, MD