Welcome To The

Chicago Sports Medicine Symposium

 Post-Course Page

Thank you for participating in the

2016 Chicago Sports Medicine Symposium

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 any presentations from the course that you would like!

Step 1: Course Evaluation

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


Step 2:  Attest to your credits

FORE is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Physicians: FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 23.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Athletic Trainers: The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (BOC AP#3115) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 23.5 Category A hours/CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

Physical Therapists: The Illinois Chapter Continuing Education Committee has certified that this course meets the criteria for approval of Continuing Education offerings established by The Illinois Physical Therapy Association. This program has been approved for 23.5 CE hours.

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.

Step 4:  Presentations

Course presentations will be available for PDF download within 3 business days following the course.  Presentations in blue are available to download now.

Day 1 – Friday, August 5, 2016

We Should FixRobert Grumet, MD
We Can WaitBrian Wolf
In Season ManagementEric McCarty, MD
Glenoid Bone Loss: Measurement and ManagementMatthew Provencher, MD
Humeral Bone Loss: Does it Matter?Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS
Shoulder Stabilization: When Can I Play?Kevin Wilk, DPT
Revision Instability Repair: What Went Wrong?Anthony A. Romeo, MD
Instability Case Presentations, Q & AFaculty Panel
Non-Operative Management of Rotator Cuff Tears: Who Needs Surgery?Warren R. Dunn, MD, MPH
Rotator Cuff Repair: So Many Options… How Do We Choose?Brian Cole, MD, MBA
Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair: Early or Late?Gregory P. Nicholson, MD
Biologics in Cuff Repair: Where are We in 2016?Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS
Evaluation of the Overhead Throwing AthleteAnthomy A. Romeo, MD
Technique for SLAP Repair in 2016Eric Strauss, MD
SLAP Repair or Tenodesis?Nikhil Verma, MD
Cuff/SLAP Case Presentations, Q&AFaculty Panel
Tips for Success: Arthroscopic Stabilization – Nikhil Verma, MDShoulder Physical Exam – Brian Cole, MD
Technique Spotlight: Arthroscopic Management of Bony Bankart – Augustus D. Mazzocca, MD, MS 
Open Shoulder Stabilization: Is It Still Relevant? – Brian Wolf, MD 
Latarjet: It’s Simple and It Works! – Nikhil Verma, MD 
Bone Loss in Shoulder Instability: What Graft Should I Use? – Matthew Provencher, MD 
Remplissage: How and When? – Matt Saltzman, MD 
Posterior Instability: Bones Loss and Contemporary Techniques – Anthony A. Romeo, MDKnee Physical Exam – Adam Yanke, MD & George Davies, PT
Arthroscopic Made Easy – Scott Trenhaile, MD 
Sub-pec is the Only Way – Eric McCarty, MD 
Failed SLAP: What Do I Do Now? – Eric J. Strauss, MD 
Case Presentations – Faculty Panel 
Partial Rotator Cuff Tear: What Do I Do? – Robert Grumet, MDCurrent Concepts in the Rehab of the Athlete’s Shoulder – Kevin Wilk, DPT
Primary Repair – L. Pearce McCarty, III, MD 
Patch Augmentation – Scott Trenhaile, MD 
Superior Capsular Reconstruction – Anthony Romeo, MD 
Tendon Transfer – Matthew Saltzman, MD 
Reverse or Repair: How do I Decide? – Gregory P. Nicholson, MDPanel Discussion of Presented Shoulder Cases by Participants – Faculty Panel
Suprascapular Nerve Decompression: Should I Do It and How? – L. Pearce McCarty, III, MD 
Non-Arthroplasty Options for Shoulder Arthritis – Geoffrey Van Thiel, MD, MBA 
AC Joint Update – Brian Wolf, MD 
Clavicle Fractures: Should We Be Fixing More and How? – L. Pearce McCarty, III, MD 
Cuff/Orther Case Presentations – Faculty Panel 

Day 2 – Saturday, August 6, 2016

Session IV
OCD Lesion: Diagnosis, Evaluation and ManagementAdam Yanke, MD
Microfracture: Is There a Role in 2016 and How?Jack Farr, II, MD
Surface Options for Articular Cartilage ReconstructionAndreas H. Gomoll, MD
Osteochondral Graft Options: Auto and AlloChristian Lattermann, MD
Osteotomies and Articular Cartilage Lesions: Indications inJack Farr II, MD
Patellofemoral Pain and Articular Injury: What Can We Do?Adam Yanke, MD
Stem Cells and PRP: What’s the Evidence?Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
Case Presentations, Question and AnswerBrian J. Cole, MD, MBA
ACL Injuries: Can They Be Prevented?Timothy Hewett, PhD
ACL Anatomy: From the Cadaver to the CameraBrian Forsythe, MD
ACL Tear, Hemarthrosis, Osseous Impact: The Die is CastChristian Lattermann, MD
ACL Grafts Location? Living? Radiated?Michael Ellman, MD
AM and Accessory Portal TechniquesCharles A. Bush-Joseph, MD
Transtibial Reconstruction: Is It Still Relevant?Nikhil Verma, MD
ACL Revision: My Bag of TricksBernard R. Bach, Jr., MD
Revising a Well Done ACL: Concomitant Pathology that Increases RiskBrian Forsythe, MD
ACL Outcomes: Take Homes from the Moon GroupBrian Wolf, MD
Case Presentations, Question and AnswerBrian Forsythe, MD
MCL: When to Fix? Technique and Evidence Andreas Gomoll, MDElite Strength and Conditioning; Bridging the Gap Between Rehab and Physical Preparation Nick Papendieck, CSCS
LCL/PLC: Technique and Evidence Michael Ellman, MDClincial Problem Solving for the “Problem Hip Scope Patient” Caty Stegemann, PT
PCL Reconstruction: Current Controversies Brian Forsythe, MD
Meniscus Repair: Common Techniques, Outcomes & Evidence Eric McCarty, MD
Complex Meniscus Repair: Root, Radial, Revision Michael Ellman, MD
Meniscus Transplant: A Decade of Experience Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
MPFL: Anatomy, Reconstruction, and Why it Matters Adam Yanke, MDReturn to Sport; LE Function Assesments Tim Hewitt, PT
Patellar Instability: Looking Outside the MPFL (Alta/Dysplasia/Malalignment) Jack Farr, II, MDPhysical Exam of the Hip Shane Nho, MD, MS & Donna Williams, PT
Rehabilitation of the Knee: When Can I Return to Sport? George Davies, DPT
Patella/Multiligament Instability Cases: Good, Bad and Ugly
Distal Biceps Repair: Contemporary Options John J. Fernandez, MDTechniques to Enhance Proprioception, Strength and Neuromuscular Control for the Knee Complex George Davies, PT & Kevin Wilk, DPT
Lateral Epicondylitis: Scope or Open? Mark S. Cohen, MD4:15 PM Panel Discussion of Presented Knee Cases by Participants Moderator: Kevin Wilk, DPT Faculty Panel: Charles Bush-Joseph, MD; Shane Nho, MD & George Davies, PT
Ulnar Nerve: What Should I Do? John J. Fernandez, MD
UCL Update 2016 Mark Cohen, MD
Elbow Case Presentations, Question and Answer

Day 3 – Sunday, August 7, 2016

Session VII: HIP 
Patient Presentation and SelectionJoshua Harris, MD
Diagnostic Studies: Plain Radiographs, MRI, CT, and Computer ModelingMichael D. Stover, MD
Technique: How I Address Acetabular Rim and Subspine PathologyDominic Carreira, MD
Technique: How I Address Femoral PathologyMichael J. Salata, MD
Subtle Deformities (Borderline Dysplasia, Femoral Version, Femoral Valgus) and the Role of Joint CapsuleJoshua Harris, MD
Hip Instability: Traumatic, FAI-Induced, Microinstability, and IatrogenicShane J. Nho, MD, MS
When Arthroscopy is Not IndicatedMichael D. Stover, MD
Approach to the Failed Hip ProcedureMichael J. Salata, MD
Labrum: When to Repair, Resect, or Reconstruct?Richard C. Mather III, MD
Chondral Defects: When to Debride or Microfracture? How Much OA Can You Accept?Thomas Wuerz, MD
Outcomes Assessment After Hip ArthroscopyRichard C. Mather III, MD
Rehabilitation After Hip ArthroscopyCaty Stegemann, PT
FAI, Labrum Case Presentations, Question and AnswerFaculty Panel
Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome: Who Will Benefit From Surgery and How Do I Interpret MRI?Thomas Wuerz, MD
Endoscopic Gluteus Medius Repair Is Best!Shane J. Nho, MD
Just Open It: Open Gluteus Medius Repair or Gluteus Maximus TransferGeoffrey S. Van Thiel, MD, MBA
Extra-Articular Impingement: Does Subpsine, Ischiofemoral, and Trochanteric Pelvic Impingement Actually Exist?Michael Ellman, MD
Hamstring Tears: Proximal Hamstring Syndrome to Chronic Retracted TearsDominic Carreira, MD
Rehab for Extra-Articular Hip PathologyCaty Stegemann, PT
Case Presentations, Question and AnswerFaculty Panel