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Day 1 – FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

Session I: Concepts and New Trends in the Treatment of Foot & Ankle Fractures
Syndesmotic Injuries – When and How to Fix Michael Gardner, MD
The Trend to Fix Posterior Malleolus: When Is It Justified Paul Tornetta, MD
Case Controversies in Ankle Fractures Roy Sanders, MD
Tips for Staging Pilon Fracture Care Frank Liporace, MD
Definitive Management of Pilon Fractures Michael Gardner, MD
Percutaneous Treatment for Calcaneal Fractures: If So, Then When & How Paul Tornetta, MD
LisFranc Fractures / Dislocation: What to Fix? When to Fuse? Roy Sanders, MD
Talus Fractures: Screws Alone & When to Add Plates & Why Frank Liporace, MD
Session II: Fractures About the Knee
Distral Femur Fractures: Tips and Tricks for Plating and Nailing Cory Collinge, MD
Bicondylar Tibial Plateau Fractures: One Plate or Two and Management of Dislocation Patterns J. Tracy Watson, MD
Shaft Fractures of the Tibia and Femur: The Current Status of the Starting Point Anthony Rhorer, MD
Case Controversies for Fractures About the Knee William Ricci, MD
Periprosthetic Fractures: Plate or Revise and When to Use Graft Cory Collinge, MD
Bisphosphonate Related Fractures: Managing a Difficult Problem William Ricci, MD
Void Fillers: White Paste or Bone J. Tracy Watson, MD
Compartment Syndromes and Their Treatment Anthony Rhorer, MD

Day 2 – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2015

Session III: Orthobiologics and Infection
How to Work Up a Nonunion and Potential Infection J. Tracy Watson, MD
Bone Defects: RIA Grafting and the Masquelet Technique Roy Sanders, MD
BMP’s: The Future of Nonunion Treatment? Or Do We Have a Problem? Michael McKee, MD
Nonunion and Infection Case Controversies Michael McKee, MD
Session IV: Problems About the Shoulder
Debate: To Fix or Not to Fix: Clavical Fractures Case Study Debate – Non Operative Clavicle Roy Sanders, MD
Debate: To Fix or Not to Fix: Clavical Fractures Case Study Debate – Surgical Treatment for Clavicle Michael McKee, MD
Strategy of Plate Fixation for Proximal Humerus Fractures Mark A. Mighell, MD
How I Approach Four Part Proximal Humerus Fractures Michael McKee, MD
Reverse for Fracture Mark A. Mighell, MD
Session V: Fractures About the Elbow
Olecranon Fractures David Ring, MD
Intercondylar Distal Humerus Fracture Techniques Mark A. Mighell, MD
Radial Head Fractures: Save or Replace Jorge Orbay, MD
Terrible Triad: Tricks for Dealing with the Unstable Elbow David Ring, MD
Distal Radius Fracture: State of the Art Jorge Orbay, MD

Day 3 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2015

Session VI: Hip Fractures
Femoral Neck Fractures: Screws, Hemi, or Total Cory Collinge, MD
Screw Fixation of Femoral Neck Fractures: Technical Tips and New Concepts Paul Tornetta, MD
Case Controversies in Femoral Neck Fractures Michael Gardner, MD
Point Counterpoint Intertrochanteric Fractures: The Role for DHS Frank Liporace, MD
Point Counterpoint Intertrochanteric Fractures: There is No Role for DHS William Ricci, MD
Nailing Intertrochanteric Fractures: Long or Short and Technical Tricks Cory Collinge, MD
The Reverse Obliquity Fracture Michael Gardner, MD
The Lateral Wall Fracture: What Does it Mean & Why Treat It? Frank Liporace, MD
Case Controversies in Intertrochanteric Fractures Paul Tornetta, MD