Welcome To The

2018 Atlanta Trauma Symposium

 Post-Course Page

 This is where you will be able to:

1. Complete your course evaluation

2. Attest to your credits

3. Print &/or save your CE Certificate

4. Download available presentations from the course

Step 1: Course Evaluation

Please click on the link below to complete the course evaluation.

Step 2:  Attest to your credits

PHYSICIANS: The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research & Education (FORE) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: The Physical Therapy Association of Georgia (PTAG) has certified that this course meets the criteria for approval of Continuing Education offerings. The PTAG has approved this course for 20.25 CCH.

Step 3:  Print &/or Save your Certificate

Click “DONE” to be re-directed to the certificate page, where you will be able to print &/or save your CE certificate.

** Please note, the Survey and Certificate Download is NOT mobile friendly. Please use a laptop or desktop computer to complete your survey**

Step 4:  Presentations

Course presentations will be available for PDF download within 5 business days following the course.  Presentations in blue are available to download now.




Thursday,  April 19, 2018

Updates on How to do a Good Hemi Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
Ankle Fractures that Should Not Be Fixed and How Mara Schenker, MD
 Case Presentations and Debates  William Reisman, MD
 Failed Ankle ORIF: Non-Operative Modalities  John C. Floyd, MD, FACS
 Ankle Replacement: Update  Gary Stewart, MD, FAOFAS, FAAOS
 Ankle Arthrodesis  Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
 Managing Infections of the Foot and Ankle  Mara Schenker, MD
 Proximal Tibia Fractures: Update  William Reisman, MD
 Periprosthetic Fractures: What to Know and Do  John C. Floyd, MD, FACS
 Soft Tissue Conditions of the Foot and Ankle  Gary Stewart, MD, FAOFAS, FAAOS
 Case Presentations & Libations  William Reisman, MD

 Friday, April 20, 2018

 Calcaneus Fractures: Getting it to the Experts  Michael Maceroli, MD
 Technical Tricks for Tibial Nailing  Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 The Failed Intertroch: What to Do and Why  Lawrence Webb, MD
 External Fixation of Leg: What’s New?  Bruce Ziran, MD, FACS
 Post Plateau Knee Pain: TKA or Scope First?  Steven Kane, MD
Patella Fractures: TBW or Other Methods  Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
 Patellar Tendon and Quadriceps Ruptures  Mara Schenker, MD
 Common Athletic Injuries to the Knee  Steven Kane, MD
 How I Fix the Proximal Humerus: Plate  William Reisman, MD
 Femoral Diaphysis: Retrograde or Antegrade  John C. Floyd, MD, FACS
 Simple Pilon Fractures: My Pearls  Michael Maceroli, MD
 The Infamous Subtroch: Updates on Everything New  Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 Intra-Capsular Hip Fractures: When to Fix, Hemi  Lawrence Webb, MD
 Pearls of Forefoot Fixation: Those Damn Pins!  Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
 Point Counterpoint: DHS vs IMHS (5 min debates)  Bruce Ziran, MD, FACS
 Point Counterpoint: DHS vs IMHS (5 min debates)  William Reisman, MD
 My Worse Complication and What I Did With It William Reisman, MD
 Soft Tissue Conditions about the Hip: Bursitis and Tendonitis  John C. Floyd, MD, FACS
 Cases: Hip and Femur  Jennifer L. Bruggers, MD
 Ankle Fractures that Should be Fixed and How  Michael Maceroli, MD
 Debate: Geriatric Proximal Humeral Fractures Should Be Non-Op  Bruce Ziran, MD, FACS
 Debate: Geriatric Proximal Humeral Fractures Should Be Operative  Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 How I Fix the Proximal Humerus: Nail  Jarrod E Dumpe, MD
 Distal Femur Fractures: Where Are We Now?  Bruce Ziran, MD, FACS
 Radial Head and the Terrible Triad: How to Manage  Mikael Starecki, MD
 The Olecranon: Wires, Plates or Nails, and How  Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH
 Distal Humerus Debate: The Elderly Should Get a TEA  Mikael Starecki, MD
 Distal Humerus Debate: The Elderly Should Get ORIF or Nothing  Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH
 Case Presentations and Libations  Michael Maceroli, MD

 Saturday, April 21, 2018

 Pediatric vs Adult Fracture Considerations  Timothy Oswald, MD
 Pediatric Femur Fractures: Neck to Condyles  Albert Pendleton, MD
 Pediatric Upper Extremity Fractures Current Concepts  Timothy Oswald, MD
 Pediatric Tibia Fractures: Tubercle to Triplane  Albert Pendleton, MD
 Practice Management 1: MOC Update  Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 Practice Management 2: MACRA Update  Doug Lundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 Practice Management 3: Trends in Employment  Mark Baker, CEO
 Management of Radial Nerve Palsy Following Fractures of the Humerus  Mikael Starecki, MD
 Common Wrist Conditions: Diagnosis and Management  Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH
 Phalanges: How to Treat them Chicken Bones  Mikael Starecki, MD
Subtrochanteric Femoral Fractures DougLundy, MD, MBA, FACS
 Debate: Elderly DR Fractures Should Get Non-Op Tx  Mikael Starecki, MD
 Debate: Elderly DR Fractures Should Get Fixed  Allan Peljovich, MD, MPH