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11th Annual Spine Summit in Seattle

  1. 1. –11th Annual–Spine Summit in Seattle:The Intervertebral Disc - An Unsolved Challenge Friday, September 28, 2012 Fairmont Olympic Hotel 411 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 Saturday, September 29, 2012 Harborview Medical Center Research and Training Building Auditorium 300 9th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 Sponsored by the University of Washington School of Medicine Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Department of Neurological Surgery Office of Continuing Medical Education
  2. 2. 11th Annual Spine Summit in Seattle September 28-29, 2012Course Description Who Should AttendThis marks the 11th consecutive year in which This conference is designed for:a fall symposium at Harborview Medical Center • spine surgeonshas been held pertaining to Spine Surgery. For • orthopaedic and neurological surgeonsthe participants this intense meeting offers the with an interest in spinal careunique chance to learn in a number of ways:small group case discussions, plenary debates and • physiatrists and rehabilitationlectures on current major clinical care concerns medicine specialistsand advanced research, as well as, hands-on • pain management specialistssurgical cadaver labs delivered by acknowledged • anesthesiologists otherwise involved in spineleaders in a time efficient and highly engaging careformat. This meeting has evolved from an annual • neuroradiologistssurgical practice lab over ten years ago to a majorrecognized symposium. • primary care and family medicine providers with exposure to larger spine care patient populationsCourse Objectives • mid-level providers (physician assistants,Upon completion of this program, attendees nurse practitioners involved in spine care)should be able to: • physical and occupational therapists • Discuss the definition, pathogenesis and different types of spinal disc pathology Accreditation • Recognize the value of diagnostic testing to establish the diagnosis of intervertebral disc The University of Washington School of pathology Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education • Describe the natural history of intervertebral to provide continuing medical education for disc conditions physicians. • Clarify the role and different types of nonoperative care of intervertebral disc The University of Washington School of conditions and their outcomes Medicine designates this live activity for • Describe the indications and utilization a maximum of 10.0 AMA PRA Category 1 rates of spine procedures for the treatment Credits™. Physicians should claim only the of intervertebral disc conditions credit commensurate with the extent of their • Describe the basis for current insurance participation in the activity. company standards for approving operative intervention in intervertebral disc Attendance Policy condition Course activities are exclusively reserved • Discuss the current trends in surgical spine for course attendees. Badges provided at care for the treatment of intervertebral disc registration are required for entrance into all conditions functions and will be strictly enforced. • Evaluate the current evidence regarding spinal fusion versus motion sparing operative interventions for the treatment of intervertebral disc conditions • Describe how to minimize complications in the treatment of intervertebral disc conditions • Discuss the research framework providing potential future biological treatments for intervertebral disc conditions
  3. 3. Fees and Registration MD/DO/PhD $145.00The fee for this course includes catering, instruction materialsand transcript of Category 1 credit. To ensure enrollment, Allied Healthcare $95.00please complete the enclosed registration form and forwardit with the appropriate tuition. Allow up to fifteen working Residents/Fellows $45.00days to receive your confirmation of enrollment via email. Ifyou have not received written confirmation prior to your departure for the course, please contact theContinuing Medical Education office at 206-543-1050. Continuing Medical Education will not beresponsible for expenses incurred by an individual who is not confirmed and for whom space is notavailable at the course.CANCELLATION POLICYThe Office of Continuing Medical Education must receive written notification of your cancellationby September 17, 2012. A $50.00 processing fee will be deducted from refund requests receivedby this date. No refunds will be issued following September 17, 2012. The Office of ContinuingMedical Education reserves the right to cancel this course twenty (20) days prior to the course datewhen a minimum enrollment is not met or for other reasons that prevent the University fromholding the course. Each registrant will be notified by telephone followed by written notificationand a full refund. The University of Washington is not responsible for any other costs incurredsuch as non-refundable airline tickets or hotel penalties. Contact CME Registrar with questions.Call (206) 543-1050, fax (206) 221-4525 or email cme@uw.edu.Special ServicesContinuing Medical Education at the University of Washington is a totally self-sustaining unit anddoes not depend on or receive public monies in support of its educational efforts. Fees for this courseare estimated to cover the costs of conducting this course. These costs include salaries, registrationand credit, instructional materials, record keeping, faculty planning and evaluation and may includefood, alcohol, taxes and gratuities to vendors. The University of Washington reaffirms its policy ofequal opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation,age, marital status, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran in accordancewith University policy and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations. The Universityof Washington is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services,programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disabilityaccommodation in the application process contact the department at: 206-543-1050 or the DisabilityServices Office at least ten days in advance.Contact Disability Services Office206-543-6450/Voice • 206-543-6452/TTY • 206-685-7264/Fax • e-mail: dso@u.washington.edu Hotel Accommodations The University of Washington has contracted for special rates at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in Seattle. You must mention “Spine Summit in Seattle”to receive the special rate. The rates quoted below do not include applicable taxes. Please make your reservation early. After September 7, 2012, these rates and accommodations may no longer be available. The University of Washington accepts no further responsibility for lodging. Fairmont Olympic Hotel Single/Double 411 University Street $209.00 Seattle, WA 98101 For reservations call: 206-621-1700 x3131 www.fairmont.com/seattle
  4. 4. Course FacultyCourse co-chairsCarlo Bellabarba, MD Randall M. Chesnut, MD, FCCM, FACSProfessor ProfessorDepartments of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Departments of Neurological Surgeryand Neurological Surgery and Orthopaedics & Sports MedicineUniversity of Washington University of WashingtonGuest FacultyJean-Jacques Abitbol, MD James D. Kang, MDCalifornia Spine Group UPMC Endowed Chair inSan Diego, CA Orthopaedic Spine Surgery Vice ChairmanRoger Härtl, MD Department of Orthopaedic SurgeryAssociate Professor DirectorDepartment of Neurological Surgery Ferguson Laboratory for Spine ResearchChief McGowan Institute for Regenerative MedicineSpinal Surgery and Neurotrauma University of Pittsburgh Medical CenterWeill Cornell Brain and Spine Center Pittsburgh, PAWeill Cornell Medical CollegeNew York, NY Neal H. Shonnard, MD Rainier OrthopaedicsRita Kandel, MD Puyallup, WAProfessorDepartment of Materials Science and EngineeringInstitute of Biomaterials & Biomedical EngineeringChiefDepartment of Pathology and Laboratory MedicineMount Sinai HospitalToronto, OntarioUniversity of Washington FacultyCharles H. Bombardier, PhD Jeffrey G. Jarvik, MD, MPHProfessor ProfessorDepartments of Rehabilitation Medicine and Departments of Radiology and Neurological SurgeryOrthopaedics & Sports Medicine Director Comparative Effectiveness, CostRichard J. Bransford, MD & Outcomes Research CenterAssociate Professor Adjunct ProfessorDepartments of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Department of Health Servicesand Neurological SurgeryJens R. Chapman, MD Michael J. Lee, MDProfessor and Chair Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Departments of Orthopaedics & Sports MedicineProfessor and Neurological SurgeryDepartment of Neurological Surgery Christopher J. Standaert, MDDavid R. Eyre, PhD Clinical Associate ProfessorProfessor Department of Rehabilitation MedicineDepartment of Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Theodore A. Wagner, MDDavid R. Flum, MD ProfessorProfessor Departments of Orthopaedics & Sports MedicineDepartment of Surgery and Neurological SurgeryAdjunct Professor Fangyi Zhang, MDDepartment of Public Health Assistant ProfessorStanley A. Herring, MD Departments of Neurological SurgeryProfessor and Orthopaedics & Sports MedicineDepartments of Rehabilitation Medicine,Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine andNeurological SurgeryDirectorUW Medicine Spine Center
  5. 5. Course ScheduleFriday, SEptember 28, 2012 6:00 - 9:00 pm Location: The Fairmont Olympic Hotel 6:00 Welcome 6:15 Hosted Reception and Dinner 7:30 Case Presentations 9:00 AdjournSaturday, September 29, 2012 Location: Harborview R&T Auditorium 6:30 Registration 7:15 Welcome and Introduction Carlo Bellabarba, MD Randall Chesnut, MD, FCCM, FACSDisc Degeneration: Why Does it Occur? - Moderator: Carlo Bellabarba, MD 7:30 The Miracle of Disc Development Rita Kandel, MD 7:45 Genetics of Disc Degeneration David Eyre, PhD 8:00 Molecular Basis of Disc Degeneration James Kang, MD 8:15 Lumbar Disc Kinematics Jean-Jacques Abitbol, MD 8:30 Disc Degeneration: Normal Aging vs. Pathological Condition James Kang, MD 8:45 Discussion: What Happens in Symptomatic Disc Degeneration Panel DiscussionDiagnostics - Moderator: Randall Chesnut, MD, FCCM, FACS 9:00 MRI in DDD - A Plea for Common Sense Jeffrey Jarvik, MD, MPH 9:15 Advanced Imaging Options for Disc Degeneration James Kang, MD 9:30 Discography - Is the Ongoing Controversy Resolved? Michael Lee, MD 9:45 The Role of Psychometrics in Spine Care Stanley Herring, MD & Christopher Standaert, MD 10:00 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Does It Really Work and How? Charles Bombardier, PhD 10:15 Discussion: What Should We Know to Understand a LBP Patient Panel Discussion 10:30 BREAK
  6. 6. Course ScheduleCurrent Treatment Approaches - Moderator: Michael Lee, MD 10:45 Current Utilization & Reoperation Data from Washington State Spine SCOAP Neal Shonnard, MD & David Flum, MD 11:00 Minimally Invasive Versus Open Discectomy Roger Härtl, MD 11:15 Alternative Disc Decompression Options: Percutaneous, Nucleotomy, Chympoapain Jean-Jacques Abitbol, MD 11:30 Repairing the Annulus? Fact and Fiction Rita Kandel, MD 11:45 Long Term Outcomes from Discectomy Carlo Bellabarba, MD 12:00 Evaluation and Management of Recurrent Disk Herniation Randall Chesnut, MD, FCCM, FACS 12:15 The Role of Fusion: Where Do We Stand? Richard Bransford, MD 12:30 When Should We Do What for an HNP Patient? Panel Discussion 12:45 LUNCH (provided) and Case Reviews Richard Bransford, MDReconstructing the Intervertebral Disc - Moderator: Fangyi Zhang, MD 1:15 Genetic Approaches James Kang, MD 1:30 Tissue Engineering Rita Kandel, MD 1:45 Surgical Reconstruction Options Jean-Jacques Abitbol, MD 2:00 Lumbar Disc Arthroplasty Jens Chapman, MD 2:15 Is There a Role for Other Motion-Sparing Approaches in the Treatment of Intervertebral Disc Pathology? Fangyi Zhang, MD 2:30 Discussion: What is Realistic and When? Panel Discussion 2:45 BREAK 3:00 - 5:00 isis surgical labs Station 1 Disc Arthroplasty Richard Bransford, MD Station 2 ALIF Theodore Wagner, MD Station 3 PLIF with Deformity Correction Fangyi Zhang, MD 3:30 - 5:00 WORKSHOP (optional) - Washington State Spine SCOAP Neal Shonnard, MD, David Flum, MD, and Michael Lee, MD 5:00 ADJOURN
  7. 7. COURSE FEES11th annual spine summit in seattle MD/DO/PhD $145.00 Allied Healthcare $95.00September 28 - 29, 2012 MJ1308 * Resident/Fellow $45.00Registration Return CompletedFirst MI Last RegistrationsProfessional Title  □ MD  □ DO  □ PhD  □ ARNP  □ RN  □ PA  □ Other: By Mail:Street UWCMECity State Zip Box 359441Phone Email Seattle, WA 98195-9441 By Fax (206) 221-4525Payment * Residency Program, if applicable_______________________________________ Call (206) 543-1050□ Check (payable to University of Washington) for $_______________________________ with questions.□ Credit Card charge $____________________________________□Visa □MC □ Discover Card # Register online atSignature Expiration Date www.uwcme.org□ UW Budget PROJ________________ OPT___________ TASK___________Budget Name & Number Box #

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