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Case #1: Complications After Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty – Philippe Valenti, MD
Case #2: Instability – Soft Tissue Considerations that Might Impact Your Decision in Regard to Activity, How Would You Approach This Patient, and Concerns & Expectations for the Patient’s Outcome – Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
Case #3: 55-Year-Old Orthopaedic Surgeon & Weightlifter w/ a B2 Glenoid: How Do You Approach This Patient in Your Decision Making? How Do You Do the Surgery? What Are the Expectations for Outcome? – Gerald R. Williams, Jr., MD
Case #4: 75-Year-Old Recreational Tennis Player w/ an A1 Glenoid: How Does Age Influence Your Decision on How to Treat this Patient w/ an Intact Rotator Cuff & Osteoarthritis? – Joseph A. Abboud, MD
Case #5: Infection Surrounding Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Male w/ Total Shoulder, Pain & Stiff At 3 Months – Grant E. Garrigues, MD
Debate #1: Stemless vs. Short Stem – William N. Levine, MD
Argument for Stemless – George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
Argument for Short Stem – Gerald R. Williams, Jr., MD
Debate #2: Subscapularis Repair – Osteotomy vs. Peel – Christian Gerber, MD
Argument for Osteotomy – Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD
Argument for Peel – George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
Honorary Guest Lecture: Evolution of aTSA from My Perspective – Christian Gerber, MD
Case #1: E-Type Bone Loss in RSA: How to Best Manage It – Gilles Walch, MD
Case #2: Patient w/ Osteoarthritis That Would Ideally be Treated w/ a Reverse: How Do You Plan the Case? – George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
Case #3: Doing a Reverse on a Young Patient w/ Multiple Failed Surgeries – Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD
Case #4: Reverse for Fracture – Christian Gerber, MD
Case #5: Complications After Reverse – Acromial Fractures – Jonathan C. Levy, MD, FAAOS
Debate #1: Inset vs. Onset on the Humeral Side – Gilles Walch, MD
Argument for Inset – Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
Argument for Onset – Thomas W. Wright, MD
Debate #2: Glenoid-Sided Metallic Lateralization: Baseplate vs. Glenosphere – Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD, PhD
Argument for Baseplate Lateralization – John W. Sperling, MD, MBA
Argument for Glenosphere Lateralization – Matthew J. Teusink, MD
Honorary Guest Lecture: History & Evolution of RSA Prosthesis in France – Gilles Walch, MD


Case #1: First Time Dislocator w/ Instability – How to Manage – John E. “Jed” Kuhn, MD, MS
Case #2: Recurrent Dislocator w/ Some Degree of Glenoid Bone Loss – Christian Gerber, MD
Case #3: Posterior Instability Complications w/ Multiple Failed Operations – Grant E. Garrigues, MD
Case #4: Recurrent Posterior Instability – John E. “Jed” Kuhn, MD, MS
Debate #1: Recurrent Traumatic Dislocator – Bankart Repair vs. Latarjet – Christian Gerber, MD
Argument for Bankart Repair – Mark H. Getelman, MD
Argument for Latarjet – Gilles Walch, MD
Debate #2: Hill Sachs in a Recurrent Instability Patient – Remplissage vs. Restoration of Bone – Matthew L. Ramsey, MD
Argument for Bankart w/ Remplissage – Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD
Argument for Restore the Bone w/ Allograft or Restoration of Bone – Anthony Miniaci, MD, FRCSC
Master’s Talk from the Incoming ASES President – William N. Levine, MD
Case #1: “Doc, My Elbow Hurts & I Can’t Throw” – Matthew L. Ramsey, MD
Case #2: “Doc, I’m a Serious Weightlifter & Now My Elbow Hurts” – Bicep/Tricep Injury – Derek Cuff, MD
Debate #1: Smash Distal Humerus Fracture – Repair vs. Replace – Robert Z. Tashjian, MD
Argument for Repair – Mark A. Mighell, MD
Argument for Replace – G. Dean Harter, MD
Case #1: Standard Rotator Cuff Repair – How Would I Do It? – Akin Cil, MD
Case #2: Massive Rotator Cuff Repair – George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
Case #3: Who Do I Treat Non-Operatively for Rotator Cuff Tear? – John E. “Jed” Kuhn, MD, MS
Debate #1: Massive Cuff Tear – SCR vs. Balloon – Christian Gerber, MD
Argument for SCR – Mark H. Getelman, MD
Argument for Balloon – Joseph A. Abboud, MD
Debate #2: Massive Cuff Tear – Muscle Transfer Lower Trap vs. Partial Repair – Matthew J. Teusink, MD
Argument for Muscle Transfer Lower Trap – Grant E. Garrigues, MD
Argument for Partial Repair – John D. Kelly, IV, MD