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    14th Annual AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics and Workers' Compensation Course: A Multidisciplinary Perspective 14th Annual AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics and Workers' Compensation Course: A Multidisciplinary Perspective Document Transcript

    • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons14th Annual AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics and Workers’ Compensation:A Multidisciplinary Perspective #3269November 2-4, 2012; San Antonio TX CME Credit 25DAILY SCHEDULE as of 6/18/12THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15:00 – 7:00 pm REGISTRATION – Los Rios FoyerFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26:30 am REGISTRATION – Los Rios Foyer Continental Breakfast/Exhibits7:15 Chapter 1 – Regency Center & West Welcome and Announcements J. Mark Melhorn, MDModerator: J. Mark Melhorn, MD7:30 Chapter 2 Causation - Introduction J. Mark Melhorn, MD8:30 Chapter 3 Can We Trust the Medical Literature – The Vertebroplasty and the BMP for Spine Fusion Experience Eugene J. Carragee, MD9:30 Chapter 3 Question and Answer Panel: Drs. Barr, Brooks, Freeman, Fries, and Melhorn9:45 Refreshment Break/Exhibits – Rio GrandeModerator: Ian Blair Fries, MD10:00 Chapter 4 – Regency Center & West Work Options for Upper Limb Conditions J. Mark Melhorn, MD10:45 Chapter 5 Work Options for Lower Limbs Naomi N. Shields, MD
    • 11:30 Chapter 6 Work Options for Spine Conditions James B. Talmage, MD12:15 pm Chapter 7 Questions and Answers Panel: Drs. Barr, Brooks, Freeman, Melhorn, Shields, and Talmage12:45 Lunch/Exhibits and Round Table Discussion with Faculty – Rio Grande How to Implement Return to Work in Your Practice1:45 – 3:45 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS Participants will rotate through two 2-hour sessions each day. See your group assignment below: Red Group B) Understanding Evidence Based Medicine – Blanco James B. Talmage, MD (chair) and J. Mark Melhorn, MD Blue Group C) The Causality Examination – Physiological and Non-physiological Signs – Llano/Pecos Ian B. Fries, MD (chair) Naomi N. Shields, MD Green Group E) Perfecting Your Legal Skills – Pecan Joseph S. Barr, Jr., MD (chair) and Gary C. Freeman, MD, JD Yellow Group O) Understanding Guidelines – ACOEM and ODG – Live Oak Kurt Hegmann, MD, MPH, Charles W. Kennedy, Jr., MD and Mr. Thomas Farrell Orange Group F) Upper Extremity Cases – You Be the Judge – Chula Vista Charles N. Brooks, MD (chair), John DePaola, MD and Marjorie Eskay-Auerbach, MD, JD3:45 Refreshment Break/Exhibits – Rio Grande
    • 4:00 – 6:00 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS Participants will rotate through two 2-hour sessions each day. See your group assignment below: Red Group G) Lower Extremity Cases – You Be the Judge – Chula Vista Richard E. Strain, J., MD (chair), and Naomi N. Shields, MD Blue Group D) Spine Controversies – Blanco Dan M. Spengler, MD (chair) and Eugene J. Carragee, MD Green Group A) A Workshop on Electrodiagnostics Testing – Llano/Pecos James B. Talmage MD (chair) and J. Mark Melhorn MD Yellow Group M) Psychological Assessment – Forms an Orthopaedist Can Use/ AMA Guidelines to ADLs – Pecan Mark H. Hyman, MD Orange Group N) Anatomy of a Trial from An Expert Witness’s Perspective – Live Oak Marjorie Eskay-Auerbach, MD, JD and Gary C. Freeman, MD, JD6:00 Adjourn6:30 – 7:30 pm Welcome Reception/Exhibits – Rio GrandeSATURDAY, NOVEMBER 36:30 am Continental Breakfast/Exhibits – Rio Grande7:15 Chapter 8 Welcome and Announcements – Regency Center & West J. Mark Melhorn, MDModerator: Richard E. Strain, Jr., MD7:25 Chapter 9 Cervical Spine James B. Talmage MD8:10 Chapter 10 Workers’ Compensation - The Legal Point of View - Defense and Plaintiff David DePaolo, JD, MBA
    • 8:45 Chapter 11 Whole Body Vibration Syndrome Dan M. Spengler, MD9:25 Chapter 12 Question and Answer Panel: Drs. DiPaola, Eskay-Auerbach, Spengler, Talmage and Mr. DePaolo9:45 Refreshment Break/Exhibits – Rio GrandeModerator: Joseph S. Barr, Jr., MD10:00 Chapter 13 – Regency Center & West The Employers Perspective Wanda K. Roehl, CSP10:20 Chapter 14 The Natural History of the Forensic Patient Ian Blair Fries, MD11:00 Chapter 15 Why Ergonomics in the Workplace? Kurt T. Hegmann, MD, MPH11:40 Chapter 16 Discography Eugene J. Carragee, MD12:20 pm Chapter 17 Questions and Answers Panel: Drs. Carragee, Fries, Hegmann, Yodlowski and Ms. Roehl12:45 Lunch/Exhibits and Round Table Discussion with Faculty – Rio Grande How to Determine Causation and Apportionment1:45 – 3:45 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS Participants will rotate through two 2-hour sessions each day. See your group assignment below: Red Group P) Medical Compliance in 2012: Not Just for Workers’ Compensation Anymore – Live Oak Geoffrey Hudson
    • Blue Group H) Spine Cases – You Be the Judge – Chula Vista Eugene J. Carragee, MD (chair) and Dan Spengler, MD Green Group I) Impairment Evaluations - Introduction and Upper – Blanco Marilyn L. Yodlowski, MD (chair) and John DiPaola, MD Yellow Group C) The Causality Examination – Physiological and Non-Physiological Signs – Llano/Pecos Ian B. Fries, MD (chair), and Naomi N. Shields, MD Orange Group N) Anatomy of a Trial from An Expert Witness Perspective – Pecan Marjorie Eskay-Auerbach, MD, JD and Gary C. Freeman, MD, JD3:45 Refreshment Break/Exhibits – Rio Grande4:00 – 6:00 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS Participants will rotate through two 2-hour sessions each day. See your group assignment below: Red Group M) Psychological Assessment – Forms an Orthopaedist Can Use/ AMA Guidelines to ADLs – Pecan Mark H. Hyman, MD Blue Group K) How to Setup a Non-Surgical Practice – Live Oak Marilyn L. Yodlowski, MD (chair) and Wanda K. Roehl, CPS Green Group G) Lower Extremity Cases – You Be the Judge – Chula Vista Richard E. Strain (chair) and Naomi N. Shields, MD Yellow Group D) Spine Controversies – Blanco Dan M. Spengler, MD (chair) and Eugene J. Carragee, MD Orange Group A) A Workshop on Electrodiagnostics Testing – Llano/Pecos James B. Talmage, MD (chair) and J. Mark Melhorn, MD6:00 pm Adjourn
    • SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 46:30 am Continental Breakfast/Exhibits – Rio Grande7:00 Chapter 18 Welcome and Announcements – Regency Center & West J. Mark Melhorn, MDModerator: J. Mark Melhorn, MD7:15 Chapter 19 Does Minor Trauma Cause Serious Lower Back Pain? Eugene J. Carragee, MD8:00 Chapter 20 Mental Illness Within An Orthopaedic Claim Robert J. Barth, PhD8:45 Chapter 21 Which Workers Compensation System Am I In? David DePaolo, JD, MBA9:15 Chapter 22 Questions and Answers Panel: Drs. Barth, Carragee, Hyman, Talmage and Mr. DePaolo9:30 Refreshment Break/Exhibits – Rio Grande9:45 – 11:45 CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSIONS See your group assignment below: Red Group L) Chronic Pain: How to Make Sense of it Within Orthopaedic Claims – Llano/Pecos Robert J. Barth, PhD Blue Group E) Perfecting Your Legal Skills – Pecan Joseph S. Barr, Jr., MD (chair) and Gary C. Freeman, MD, JD Green Group O) Understanding Guidelines – ACOEM and ODG – Live Oak Kurt Hegmann, MD, MPH, Charles W. Kennedy, Jr., MD and Mr. Thomas Farrell
    • Yellow Group F) Upper Extremity Cases – You Be the Judge – Chula Vista Charlie Books, MD (chair), John DiPaola, MD and Marjorie Eskay-Auerbach, MD, JD Orange Group J) Impairment Evaluations – Spine and Lower – Blanco Marilyn L. Yodlowski, MD (chair) and Richard E. Strain, Jr., MD11:45 am Course AdjournsThe American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. The American Academy ofOrthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
    • 14th Annual AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics and Workers’ Compensation Course: A Multidisciplinary Perspective #3269 Director, Faculty, CME Courses Committee Liaison, and AAOS Staff DisclosuresFACULTYJ. Mark Melhorn, MDCourse DirectorUniversity of Kansas School of MedicineWichita, KS2 (Auxilium); 4 (Abbott; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Eli Lilly; Johnson & Johnson; Merck; Pfizer);5 (Auxilium); 7 (American Medical Association Publications); 8 (ACOEM, MDA, ODG);9 (AAOS; American Association for Hand Surgery; American Society for Surgery of the Hand; AADEP;ACOEM); Submitted on: 10/19/2011. *Joseph S. Barr, Jr., MDOrthopaedic Associates, Inc.Boston, MA8 (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American; Spine); Submitted on: 04/02/2012. *Robert J. Barth, PhDBarth NeuroscienceChattanooga, TN(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 10/24/2011. *Charles N. Brooks, MDOrthopaedic SurgeonBellevue, WA8 (On editorial advisory board for the Guides Newsletter published by the AMA.); 9 (President ofWashington Association of Independent Medical Examiners.); Submitted on: 10/05/2010Eugene J. Carragee, MDStanford University School of MedicineRedwood, CA4 (Simpirica, Intrinsic Orthopaedics); 6 (OREF, AO Spine for Educational Support); 8 (European SpineJournal; Spine, The Spine Journal, The Journal of Spinal Disorders, Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery); 9(OREF; North American Spine Society); Submitted on: 05/07/2012. *David DePaolo, JD, MBAWorkCompCentral.comCamarillo, CA(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 04/08/2011. *John DiPaola, MDOccupational OrthopaedicsTualatin, OR1 (Top Shelf Manufacturing); 9 (AAOS Rehabilitation and Practice Management SubCommittee);Submitted on: 10/21/2011. *
    • Marjorie Eskay-Auerbach, MD, JDSpinecare and Forensic MDCN, PLLCTucson, AZ3B (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; Stryker These relationships ended on 3/31/10);7 (American Medical Association Publications); 9 (North American Spine Society); Submitted on:10/24/2010. *Thomas FarrellWork Loss Data Institute (on web)Encinitas, CAThere is no current disclosure available for that person.Gary C. Freeman, MD, JDOrthopaedic SurgeonHouston, TX8 (Official Disability Guidelines); Submitted on: 10/14/2010. *Ian Blair Fries, MDBone, Spine & Hand Surgery, CharteredVero Beach, FL9 (American College of Radiology Appropriateness Committees - Musculoskeletal and Neurological -AAOS Representative.); Submitted on: 04/02/2012. *Kurt T. Hermann, MD, MPHUniversity of UtahSalt Lake City, UT7 (American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (guidelines work));9 (ACOEM. Chair of the Evidence based practice committee. Member of the ACOEM ErgonomicsCommittee. Chair, American Board of Preventive Medicine. Member or ex-officio member of all ABPMcommittees.); Submitted on: 10/10/2011. *Geoffrey HudsonAxiom National (on web)Tampa, FLThere is no current disclosure available for that person.Mark H. Hyman, MDUniversity of California - Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA7 (American Medical Association Publications); 8 (American Medical Association Publications); 9(AMA, AADEP, ACP, ACOEM); Submitted on: 07/06/2011. *Charles W. Kennedy, Jr., MDFair Oaks Ranch, TXThere is no current disclosure available for that person.
    • Wanda K. Roehl, CSPHawker Beechcraft Corp.Wichita, KS(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 10/19/2011. *Naomi N. Shields, MDAdvanced Orthopaedic AssociatesWichita, KS2 (Arthrosurface); 4 (Medical Images); 8 (Foot and Ankle International); 9 (American Orthopaedic Footand Ankle Society; Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society); Submitted on: 04/14/2012. *Dan M. Spengler, MDVanderbilt University Medical CenterNashville, TN9 (Board of Directors, Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation); Submitted on: 04/02/2012. *Richard E. Strain, Jr., MDBroward General Medical CenterDavie, FL2 (Easi; Ethicon); 3B (Easi; Ethicon); 5 (Pfizer; Takeda; Bristol Myers; Meda; Sanofi-Aventis; Astellas);9 (AAOS, COP); Submitted on: 05/26/2010. *James B. Talmage, MDOccupational Health CenterCookeville, TN7 (American Medical Association Publications Reed Group, Ltd SEAK, Inc); 8 (American MedicalAssociation Publications The Spine Journal Tennessee Medicine); 9 (American Academy of DisabilityEvaluating Physicians); Submitted on: 04/03/2012. *Marilyn L. Yodlowski, MD, PhDOrthopaedic SurgeonOregon City, OR(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 10/13/2011. *CME Courses Committee LiaisonGerald R. Williams, MD1 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company); 2 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company); 3B (DePuy, AJohnson & Johnson Company); 4 (In Vivo Therapeutics); 5 (Tornier); 7 (Wolters Kluwer Health -Lippincott Williams & Wilkins); 8 (Operative Techniques in Orthopaedics; Techniques in Shoulder andElbow Surgery); 9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons; Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society);Submitted on: 04/08/2012. *AAOS STAFFJoanna CurryCourse AssistantRosemont, IL(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 04/26/2012. *
    • Debbie MazurCourse CoordinatorRosemont, IL(n) Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. Submitted on: 05/30/2012. *Ann O’NeillManager of CME and Course OperationsRosemont, IL4 (Johnson & Johnson); Submitted on: 03/20/2012.Disclosure Items Answered: (n) = Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts.1= Royalties from a company or supplier; 2= Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a company or supplier; 3A=Paid employee for a company or supplier; 3B= Paid consultant for a company or supplier; 3C= Unpaid consultantfor a company or supplier; 4= Stock or stock options in a company or supplier; 5= Research support from acompany or supplier as a PI; 6= Other financial or material support from a company or supplier; 7= Royalties,financial or material support from publishers; 8= Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governing board; 9=Board member/committee appointments for a society.