Welcome To The

25th Annual
Tampa Shoulder Course

 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 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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 below in blue are available to download now.


Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Case – Mark Frankle, MD
Wedged Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Case – Avinash Kumar, MD
The Journey: Orthopaedics & Life – Richard Hawkins, MD
Master Talk: Biomechanics of Osteoarthritis – Implications for Total Shoulder Arthroplasty – Joseph Iannotti, MD
Pre-Op Consensus Panel

Joseph Iannotti, MD

David Dines, MD

Evan Lederman, MD

Jonathan Levy, MD

Thomas Wright, MD

Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD

Anatomic Design Concepts – Gerald Williams, MD
Outpatient Total Shoulder Arthroplasty – Quin Throckmorton, MD
Debate I: Anatomic Arthroplasty in the Young Patient – Ream & Run vs Anatomic TSA

Argument for Ream & Run – Surena Namdari, MD

Argument for Anatomic TSA – Quin Throckmorton, MD

Debate II: Glenoid Components: Metal Backed vs HMWP Plastic

Argument for Metal Backed – Thomas Wright, MD

Argument for HMWP Plastic – Gerald Williams, MD

Debate III: Humeral Components: Stemless vs Stem

Argument for Stemless – Edwin Spencer, MD

Argument for Stem – Joseph Abboud, MD

Debate IV: Glenoid Loosening: Revision vs Arthroscopic Removal

Argument for Revision – Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD

Argument for Arthroscopic Removal – John Tokish, MD

Primary Anatomic TSA Consensus Panel: B2 Glenoid

Gerald Williams, MD

Randall Otto, MD

Matthew Teusink, MD

Matthew Walker, MD

Matthew Willis, MD

Conversion of Failed ORIF to Reverse Shoulder Case – Mark Mighell, MD
Does Pre-Op Diagnosis Matter? – Joseph Iannotti, MD
Pre-Op Deltoid Paralysis and/or Completely Deficient Rotator Cuff: Any Role for Tendon Transfer? – Bassem Elhassan, MD
How I Manage Glenoid Bone Loss in a Reverse – Gerald Williams, MD
Managing Glenoid Bone Loss Using the VRF System: Technique & Outcomes – David Dines, MD
How I Manage Humeral Bone Loss in a Primary – Dean Harter, MD
How I Manage Humeral Bone Loss in a Revision – Thomas Wright, MD
Debate V: Design Rationale: Grammont vs Lateralized vs Hybrid

Argument for Grammont – Gerald Williams, MD

Argument for Lateralized – Derek Cuff, MD

Argument for Hybrid – Richard Friedman, MD

Debate VI: Baseplate Design: Central Screw vs Post

Argument for Central Screw – Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD

Argument for Post – Thomas Wright, MD

Periprosthetic Fractures – Evan Lederman, MD
Infection: How I Manage Infected Shoulder Arthroplasty – Richard Friedman, MD
Diagnosis of P. Acnes PJI: A Deep (and Superficial) Dilemna – Surena Namdari, MD
Reverse for Fracture – David Dines, MD
The Unstable Reverse Consensus Panel

Gerald Williams, MD

Jesse Allert, MD

Michael Cusick, MD

Evan Lederman, MD

Surena Namdari, MD

Geoffrey Stone, MD


Anterior Instability & Why Any Bone Loss is a Big Deal – John Tokish, MD
Debate VII: Glenoid Bone Loss – Scope Allograft vs Open Latarjet

Argument for Scope Allograft – Anthony Miniaci, MD

Argument for Open Latarjet – Edwin Spencer, MD

Remplissage is Here to Stay – Jeffrey Abrams, MD
Posterior Shoulder Instability: Tricks of the Trade – Grant Garrigues, MD
Debate VII: Scope Bankart is the Standard of Care vs Open

Argument for Scope Bankart – John Tokish, MD

Argument for Open – jeffrey Abrams, MD

Rapid Fire Cases: Instabilty

John Kelly, MD

aTSA vs rTSA for Patients with Failed Instability with Arthritis – Derek Cuff, MD
Master Talk: What I Learned Dealing with Traumatic Injuries of the Elbow – Jorge Orbay, MD
Approach to OCD Elbow – Larry Field, MD
The Tommy Jones Procedure – “My Way” – James Andrews, MD
Single Incision Distal Biceps Repair – John Kelly, MD
Distal Biceps Reconstruction – Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD
Rapid Fire Cases: Throwing

John Kelly, MD

KEYNOTE: Why Are So Many of our Young Athletes Getting Injured? – James Andrews, MD
Debate IX: Gloves Off – To Kill or Not to Kill the Biceps

Argument to Kill Biceps – Jed Kuhn, MD

Argument Not to Kill Biceps – John Kelly, MD

Clavicle Fractures: Not “One Size Fits All” – Grant Garrigues, MD
Treatment of Glenohumeral Arthritis in Young Active Patients – Larry Field, MD
Non-Operative Treatment for Rotator Cuff Tears – Jed Kuhn, MD
Enlightened Approach to Rotator Cuff Tears – John Kelly, MD
Debate X: Superior Capsule Reconstruction vs Reverse for Massive Cuff Tears

Argument for SCR – John Tokish, MD

Argument for Reverse – Joseph Abboud, MD

Rapid Fire Cases: Rotator Cuff Tears

Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD

Grant Garrigues, MD

John Tokish, MD