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  • 2013 AMSSM 22ND ANNUAL MEETING RIDE THE WAVE! The Future of Sports Medicine APRIL 17 - 21, 2013 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego This program has been identified as a CME activity of the Medical College of Wisconsin. The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Foundation gratefully acknowledges its 2013 Foundation Supporters: CardeaScreen/Cardea Associates, Inc.; ConMed Linvatec; DJO Global; GE Healthcare; MiMedx; Ossur Americas; Sanofi Biosurgery; SonoSite Inc.; and Terason. The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine gratefully acknowledges the following companies for their educational grants in support of the AMSSM 22nd Annual Meeting: CardeaScreen/Cardea Associates, Inc.; ConMed Linvatec; MiMedx; and Ossur Americas. The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine gratefully acknowledges its 2013 Annual Meeting Signature Supporters: British Journal of Sports Medicine; Clinical Journal of Sportwww.amssm.org Medicine; Healthy Learning; and the NCAA.
  • 2013 The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Foundation gratefully acknowledges FOUNDATION its 2013 supporters. SUPPORTERSGOLD LEVEL($50,000 - $99,999)• Ossur Americas• Sanofi BiosurgerySILVER LEVEL($25,000 - $49,999)• SonoSite Inc.BRONZE LEVEL($10,000 - $24,999)• CardeaScreen/Cardea Associates, Inc.• ConMed Linvatec• DJO Global• GE Healthcare• MiMedx• Tenex Health• Terason ANNUAL MEETING SUPPORTERS • CardeaScreen/Cardea Associates, Inc. • ConMed Linvatec • MiMedx • Ossur Americas • Tenex Health ANNUAL MEETING SIGNATURE SUPPORTERS • British Journal of Sports Medicine • Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine • Healthy Learning • NCAA 2
  • RIDETHE WAVE!The Future of Sports MedicineT he 2013 Program Planning Committee is thrilled to invite you to the 22nd Annual Meeting of AMSSM Sourav Poddar, MD John P. DiFiori, MD as we “Ride the Wave…” to San Diego, California 2013 Program Chair Incoming AMSSM Presidenton April 17-21, 2013. This beautiful and sunny city on thePacific Coast will provide attendees with a stimulating With a record number of research and case abstracteducational agenda, bay front location and numerous submissions this year, we will again have dedicatedopportunities for family entertainment. sessions highlighting the cutting edge work of our members. Past favorites such as the Faculty DevelopmentOur meeting will feature world-renowned faculty that will session, S.M.A.R.T. Workshop and Fellowship Forumprovide regional, national and international perspectives return as well. There will also be an unprecedented array ofon a broad range of sports medicine topics. With speakers Instructional Course Lectures available, as well as the pre-from Sweden, Australia and across the United States we conference ultrasound courses and the Sports Medicinewill have windows into intercontinental approaches to Economics symposium. New this year is a pre-conferenceproblems ranging from the common to the controversial session on ECG Interpretation in Athletes and a specialand unique. A few key highlights include: CAQ Preparation session hosted in conjunction with ACSM.• Special Symposium: Concussion in Sports – Where We With this exhilarating selection of educational content, San Stand in 2013 Diego also offers opportunities for exciting family attractions• From BALCO to Armstrong – Presidential Guest such as the world-class San Diego Zoo and Sea World, as Speaker Dr. Larry Bowers, Chief Scientific Officer for well as the famed Gas Lamp District, Little Italy and nearby USADA Coronado Island. There will also be an all-member opening• Controversies in Sports Medicine – an evidenced- reception on-site on April 18th with rumors of the “AMSSM based look at several hot topics band” getting back together! We hope this beautiful setting• Advances in the Imaging of Sports Injuries facilitates the camaraderie, communication and networking• Current Issues in Youth Sports opportunities that serve as a pillar of our meeting.• Quality Measures and Improvement in the Clinical Practice of Sports Medicine We look forward to having you join us in San Diego!• Return to Play Challenges• Foot and Ankle Update: Including Disorders in the Sourav K. Poddar, MD Young Athlete and New Rehabilitation Techniques Program Chair• Evaluation and Management of Cardiac Issues in the Athlete PROGRAM PLANNING COMMITTEE Sourav K. Poddar, MD, Program Chair Matthew Gammons, MD Charles Peterson, MD Casey G. Batten, MD Heather Gillespie, MD Aaron J. Provance, MD David J. Berkoff, MD Jason W. Glowney, MD Margot Putukian, MD Anthony Beutler, MD Marci Goolsby, MD Ashwin Rao, MD Nailah Coleman, MD Eugene Hong, MD Selina Shah, MD John P. DiFiori, MD David W. Kruse, MD Thomas Trojian, MD Jon Divine, MD Christopher Madden, MD Natalie Voskanian, MD Jonathan A. Drezner, MD Stephen Paul, MD Craig Young, MD Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO Matthew Pecci, MD 3
  • MEETING INFORMATIONPURPOSE ACCREDITATIONThe AMSSM 22nd Annual Meeting is designed to be a This activity has been planned and implemented inreview and update covering a wide range of sports medicine accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of thetopics, utilizing a multidisciplinary approach. The purpose of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Educationthe meeting is: through the joint sponsorship of the Medical College of• To provide a valuable source of “cutting edge” medical Wisconsin and the American Medical Society for Sports knowledge to professionals actively engaged in treating Medicine. The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited athletic patients. by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for• To provide an academic forum for physicians to discuss physicians. current and controversial issues in the field of sports medicine. The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this Live• To foster a collegial relationship among dedicated, Activity for a maximum of 48.50 AMA PRA Category competent sports medicine physicians who are 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit recognized as experts by their peers commensurate with the extent of their participation in the• To provide a quality educational experience. activity.STATEMENT OF NEEDA need for this course has been determined based uponprevious course evaluations. The content of this coursewas based on current issues and hot topics provided by theAmerican Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM)membership and leadership.DISCLAIMERThe material in this continuing medical education programis being made available by the AMSSM for educationalpurposes only. This material is not intended to representthe only, nor necessarily the best, methods or proceduresappropriate for the medical situation discussed, but rather isintended to present an approach, view, statement or opinionof the authors or presenters, which may be helpful, or ofinterest to other practitioners.IMAGE/LIKENESS/VOICE RELEASEI understand and agree that, as a result of participating inan AMSSM conference, my image, likeness or voice may berecorded by photography, video or other medium. I herebygrant irrevocable and unrestricted permission to AMSSMand its representatives or assignees to use my image, like-ness or performance in any medium and for any purpose.I hereby waive any right to inspect or approve such use ormaterials. Your submission of your registration form ac-knowledges acceptance of these terms. TARGET AUDIENCE: Physicians interested in the field of sports medicine 4
  • MEETING INFORMATIONCOURSE OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Discuss current progress in the management of sports- • Explain the current perspectives on evaluation and related rotator cuff injury management of spondylopathies in youth• Identify the applicability of the functional movement • Identify the best radiographic test to order for specific screen in injury prevention musculoskeletal injuries• Understand the necessary variables in the treatment of • Describe the role of ultrasound in diagnosis and Achilles tears intervention in sports medicine• Explain cartilage resurfacing options for the young • Analyze the accuracy and efficacy of palpation versus athlete radiologically guided injections• Describe what role the placebo response plays in • Discuss the challenges in return to play decisions for sports medicine various scenarios• Evaluate the role of ketorolac and other analgesia in • Evaluate the changes in quality measures and competition improvement in the practice of sports medicine• Analyze the ramifications of barefoot running on • Review practical tips to enhance teaching sports performance and injuries medicine in the academic and private settings• Assess the variables that guide management decisions • Understand current concepts in the pathoetiology and for treatment of mid-shaft clavicle fractures treatment algorithms for tendinopathy• Understand the variables in the evaluation, assessment • Assess new frontiers in the rehabilitation of foot and and management of concussion ankle injury• Discuss the updates from the most recent international • Explain evaluation strategies for athletes with consensus conference on concussion in sport suspected cardiac pathology• Review the evolution of anti-doping at the USADA • Identify challenges in managing marine toxins and envenomation• Understand how youth respond to exercise in heat • Review patterns of injury associated with surfing and• Assess the role of integrative neuromuscular training to diving reduce sports-related injury in youth • Describe the ECG differences in athletes that separate normal from abnormalPROGRAM INFORMATIONAMSSM attests that the person(s) responsible for the development of this educational activity did so independently andwere not influenced by commercial supporters.FACULTYA complete listing of the faculty will be included in the course syllabus.DISCLOSURE STATEMENTIn accordance with the standards of the ACCME, it is the policy of AMSSM that faculty and planners disclose to the learners all financialrelationships during the past 12 months with any commercial interest (any proprietary entity producing health care goods, or servicesconsumed by, or used on, patients). All disclosures will be provided in the course syllabus, which will be distributed at the meeting toprogram participants. In accordance with AMSSM policy, faculty participation in this educational activity will be predicated upon timelysubmission and review of disclosures. Non-compliance will result in a faculty member being stricken from the program. 5
  • REGISTRATION INFORMATIONADVANCE REGISTRATION REGISTRATION INCLUDES:DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2013 • Continental BreakfastAdvance registration is strongly encouraged and must be • Refreshment Breaksreceived by March 20, 2013. After this date, registration will • Boxed Lunch in Exhibit Hall: Thursday, April 18thstill be open but the registration rates increase by $50.00. • AMSSM All-Member Party: Thursday, April 18th • Participation in the Fellowship Fair (for residents andTO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING students)• Please register online to reserve your place for the meeting. You have the option to pay by check or • Conference Syllabus credit card when you register online. A receipt will be • Access to the Exhibit Hall generated upon completion of your online registration. • Opportunity to register for the optional events• PLEASE NOTE: If you are registering for any optional educational activities (ICLs, S.M.A.R.T. Workshop or COURSE LOCATION Pre-Conferences), your online registration not only All of the educational sessions and exhibits will be held at ensures availability but also reserves your place in the the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. It is conveniently requested activity. With online registration, you have located just 3 miles (10 minutes by car) from the San the option to pay by check or credit card. With check Diego International Airport (Lindburgh Field). Offering a payments, please include a printed copy of your online spectacular waterfront resort-like setting, the Manchester registration received through email when mailing your Grand Hyatt San Diego is ideally situated on the San Diego check payment to the AMSSM office. Bay, adjacent to the city’s popular “Seaport Village” with• OR, print and return the registration form along with a host of shopping, dining and entertainment venues just your payment to the AMSSM office by fax or U.S. Mail. steps away in the Gaslamp Quarter. This method is not recommended if you want to register for the optional educational activities (ICLs, S.M.A.R.T. EXHIBITS Workshop or Pre-Conferences). PLEASE NOTE: Exhibits will be on display Wednesday, April 17th through You will only be charged for the optional educational Friday, April 19th to complement the educational session. activities that are available at the time your registration form is received. REFUND POLICY All refunds must be submitted in writing or email to mlane@amssm.org by March 20, 2013. No refunds will beON-SITE REGISTRATION issued after that date. Refunds will be processed followingOn-site registration hours will be as follows: the meeting and will be subject to a $75.00 processing fee.Tuesday, April 16, 2013 The planners and sponsors of this event claim no liability7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. for the acts of any supplier(s) to this meeting, or for theIntroduction to MSK Ultrasound Pre-Conference Registrants Only safety of any attendee at or while in transit to this event. The planners and sponsors reserve the right to cancel thisWednesday, April 17, 2013 event without penalty.6:00 a.m. – 6:45 p.m. Attendees who purchase non-refundable airline tickets doThursday, April 18, 2013 so at their own risk. The total amount of any liability of the6:30 a.m. – 6:10 p.m. planners and sponsors will be limited to a refund of the registration fee.Friday, April 19, 20136:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. Your submission of the registration form acknowledges acceptance of these terms.Saturday, April 20, 20136:45 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.Sunday, April 21, 20136:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. American Medical Society for Sports Medicine 4000 West 114th Street, Suite 100 Leawood, KS 66211 (913) 327-1415 (913) 327-1491 (fax) mlane@amssm.org www.amssm.org 6
  • HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS AWARDSA block of rooms at the Manchester Grand Hyatt has FOR PRESENTATIONbeen reserved at the special negotiated rate. This does AT THE AMSSM 22nd ANNUAL MEETINGnot include applicable state and local taxes (currently12.5% plus 21₡/night tourism fee) or applicable service,or hotel specific fees in effect at the time of check-out.All reservations must be guaranteed to a major creditcard. Cancellation policy: 3:00 p.m. (hotel time) 24 hoursprior to arrival date. Room/rate availability can only beguaranteed until March 17, 2013 or until the block of AMSSM FOUNDATION AWARDSrooms is sold out! 2013 Founders Award Recipient receives $500 cash award and a plaque. Harry Galanty Young Investigator’s Award Recipient receives $500 cash award and a plaque. Best Overall Research Abstract Recipient receives $500 cash award and a plaque. Daily Rate Guest Room Resident Scholarship Awards (*plus applicable taxes) A minimum of four recipients, each receive $500 cash Single/Double/Triple/ award, complimentary registration to the $209.00/night* Quadruple Occupancy 22nd Annual Meeting and a plaque. Bay View $229.00/night* Regency Club $259.00/night*PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY. Be sure toidentify yourself as a participant of the AMSSM AnnualMeeting in order to receive the special negotiated rate AMSSM AWARDSwhen making your reservation. Best Case Presentation AwardsPLEASE CALL TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS: Each recipient receives $500 cash award and plaque.• (619) 232-1234, push “1” for guest room reservations, then ask for an associate to assist you• (800) 233-1234 and ask for an associate to assist youManchester Grand HyattOne Market Place NCAA CSMAS AWARDSan Diego, CA 92101(619) 232-1234 (Hotel Reservations) Best Research Presentation(800) 233-1234 (Toll-Free Reservations) $500 cash award to the best research presentation that addresses the health and safety issues of college athletes.Participants are encouraged to book their rooms inthe hotel block to ensure AMSSM meets contractedobligations. 7
  • AMSSM FOUNDATION2013 FOUNDATION AUCTION 2013 AMSSM FOUNDATIONThe two previous Foundation Auctions have raised CONTRIBUTORS RECEPTIONmore than $60,000 to support research, education and By Invitation Only*Foundation initiatives. Back by popular demand, the silent Saturday, April 20, 2013: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.portion of the 2013 Foundation Auction will begin onWednesday, April 17 and conclude during the All-Member *AMSSM Members who made a donation to theParty on Thursday night, April 18, with a Live Auction taking Foundation of $25 or more after the 2012 Annual Meetingplace during the All-Member Party. through the 2013 Annual Meeting will be invited to attend the 2013 Foundation Contributors Reception.Please consider what item or package you, your team,university and/or company will donate for the 2013 Auction ANNUAL GIVING LEVELSin San Diego. For example, a donated autographed Miami Founders’ Circle - a special level of recognition givenHeat basketball was a top seller in Atlanta. See the 2013 by the Founders for cumulative gifts or pledges ofAnnual Meeting web page for a copy of the Prospective $10,000.00 or more made within a 5-year period.Donor letter that you can pass on to your employer, team,league, etc. as well as an Auction Donation form. Platinum .....................$1,000+ Gold ......................$500 - $999Top selling items in Atlanta included vacation home stays, Silver ....................$250 - $499golf packages, autographed jerseys/memorabilia and Bronze ....................$25 - $249course registrations. Other popular items include iPads,E-Book readers, wine, jewelry and gift certificates. For more information on making a Foundation donation: visit the Foundation website atDonors will receive letters acknowledging the gift for tax- http://www.amssmfoundation.orgdeduction purposes. Winning bidders may claim a taxdeduction for anything paid above fair market value. Pleasehelp support this exciting initiative as we seek to raise AMSSM Foundation Missionadditional funds for the AMSSM Foundation. The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Foundation is dedicated to the support andNote – please submit the Auction Donation Form by recognition of excellence in sportsApril 1, to be included in the online catalog of Auction medicine education, research and scientific activities,items donated. while promoting opportunities for humanitarian outreach.AMSSM MEMBER PARTYEXHIBIT HALL • THURSDAY, APRIL 18 • 7:00 p.m - 11:00 p.m. The AMSSM Member Party will be held on Thursday, April 18 from 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. in the Exhibit Hall at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. Guests will enjoy entertainment, hors d’oeurves and a cash bar will also be available. During the party, AMSSM will close the silent portion of the 2013 Foundation Auction and hold a Live Auction to raise funds for the AMSSM Foundation. Make plans to join all your AMSSM colleagues at the Member Party! 8
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCESINTRODUCTION TO MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRASOUND REGISTRATION FEEPRE-CONFERENCE MEMBERS $475.00TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013 • 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Available only to AMSSM membersTARGET AUDIENCE/OVERVIEWThe introduction to musculoskeletal ultrasound course is designed for those who have limited familiarity with musculo-skeletal ultrasound. It is designed to introduce basic ultrasound physics and show practicing physicians how ultrasoundcould be used in their practice. This course will cover major body regions and show both normal and abnormal ultrasoundpathology as applied to sports medicine practices. Hands-on scanning time with experienced faculty is included.PRE-CONFERENCE OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Describe the principles of musculoskeletal ultrasound• Describe how to perform a systematic and regional musculoskeletal ultrasonographic examination of the knee joint• Describe the appearance of tendinopathy about the knee• Understand how to perform a systematic musculoskeletal ultrasonographic examination of the shoulder• Become familiar with coding and billing for ultrasoundCOURSE DIRECTOR SCANNING FACULTY (BOTH COURSES) REGISTRATIONJonathan T. Finnoff, DO Joseph J. Albano, MD Mark E. Lavallee, MD, CSCS INFORMATION Blake R. Boggess, MD Sean N. Martin, DO • Available to AMSSMCOURSE CHAIR Joanne Borg-Stein, MD Robert Monaco, MD, MPH Members onlyKen R. Mautner, MD Jerod Cottrill, DO Sean Mulvaney, MD • Registration is on a first- Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO Ronald P. Olson, MD come, first-served basisCONFIRMED COURSE Kevin deWeber, MD, RMSK Jeffrey Payne, MD • Register on the meetingFACULTY Jonathan S. Halperin, MD Ashwin Rao, MD registration formJonathan T. Finnoff, DO Ron Hanson, MD Jacob L. Sellon, MD • Pre-Conference is limitedJosh G. Hackel, MD Garry W.K. Ho, MD, RMSK Brian J. Shiple, DO to 112 participantsMederic M. Hall, MD Douglas F. Hoffman, MD Phillip Steele, MDKen R. Mautner, MD Thomas M. Howard, MD Henry A. Stiene, MD Albert J. Kozar, DO, RMSK Brandee L. Waite, MD7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration8:00 a.m. - 8:10 a.m. Introduction....................................................................................................... Ken R. Mautner, MD8:10 a.m. - 8:50 a.m. Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound: Including Live Demonstration of Transducer Manipulation and Image Optimization...................................Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO8:50 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Question and Answer9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Normal, Pathologic or Artifact? – That is the Question..................................... Mederic M. Hall, MD9:30 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. Live Demonstration of the Knee Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Examination..... Ken R. Mautner, MD9:50 a.m. - 0:20 a.m. Knee Pathology................................................................................................ Ken R. Mautner, MD 110:20 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Question and Answer10:30 a.m. - 0:40 a.m. BREAK 110:40 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. Hands-on Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Examination of the Knee.......................... Scanning Faculty 112:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. LUNCH (on your own)1:40 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Coding and Billing for Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.......................................... Ken R. Mautner, MD2:00 p.m. - 2:20 p.m. Live Demonstration of the Shoulder Musculoskeletal Examination.................................................................................... Josh G. Hackel, MD Ultrasound2:20 p.m. - 2:50 p.m. Shoulder Pathology........................................................................................... Josh G. Hackel, MD2:50 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Question and Answer3:00 p.m. - 3:10 p.m. BREAK3:10 p.m. - 5:10 p.m. Hands-on Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Examination of the Shoulder.................... Scanning Faculty5:10 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Question and Answer: Ask the Experts5:30 p.m. Adjourn 9
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCESADVANCED MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRASOUND REGISTRATION FEEPRE-CONFERENCE MEMBERS $425.00WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 • 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.Available only to AMSSM membersTARGET AUDIENCE/OVERVIEWThe Advanced Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Pre-Conference is for those who are already competent at musculoskeletalultrasound and are looking to refine and expand their skills. Those attending this course should have at least 20 hours ofprevious US CME and use ultrasound with reasonable frequency.PRE-CONFERENCE OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Discuss the indications and contra-indications for ultrasound-guided injections in the lumbosacral region• Identify the most commonly entrapped lower extremity nerves in athletes using diagnostic ultrasound• Perform a sonographic evaluation of the posterior knee• Evaluate the anterior shoulder of an athlete using diagnostic ultrasoundCOURSE DIRECTOR SCANNING FACULTY REGISTRATIONJonathan T. Finnoff, DO Joseph J. Albano, MD INFORMATION Mark E. Lavallee, MD, CSCS Blake R. Boggess, MD Sean N. Martin, DO • Available to AMSSMCOURSE CHAIR Joanne Borg-Stein, MD Members only Ken R. Mautner, MDSean Mulvaney, MD Jerod Cottrill, DO Robert Monaco, MD, MPH • Registration is on a first- Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO come, first-served basis Ronald P. Olson, MDCONFIRMED COURSE Kevin deWeber, MD, RMSK Jeffrey Payne, MD • Register on the meetingFACULTY Josh G. Hackel, MD registration form Ashwin Rao, MDJonathan T. Finnoff, DO Jonathan S. Halperin, MD Jacob L. Sellon, MD • Pre-Conference is limitedMederic M. Hall, MD Ron Hanson, MD to 112 participants Brian J. Shiple, DOAlbert J. Kozar, DO, RMSK Garry W.K. Ho, MD, RMSK Phillip Steele, MDSean Mulvaney, MD Douglas H. Hoffman, MD Henry A. Stiene, MD Thomas M. Howard, MD Brandee L. Waite, MDPROGRAM6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m. Registration7:00 a.m. - 7:10 a.m. Welcome and Introduction ........................................................................ Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO7:10 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Ultrasound-Guided Procedures in the Lumbosacral Region ......................... Sean Mulvaney, MD7:30 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Live Demonstration of Identifying Sonographic Landmarks for Ultrasound-Guided Procedures in the Lumbosacral Region ........................................................ Sean Mulvaney, MD7:45 a.m. - 8:05 a.m. Sonographic Evaluation of Lower Extremity Nerve Entrapments in Athletes ................................................................................................. Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO8:05 a.m. - 8:20 a.m. Live Demonstration of the Sonographic Evaluation of Common Lower Extremity Nerve Entrapments in Athletes.................................................................. Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO8:20 a.m. - 8:40 a.m. Sonographic Evaluation of the Posterior Knee............................................... Mederic M. Hall, MD8:40 a.m. - 8:55 a.m. Live Demonstration of a Posterior Knee Sonographic Evaluation.................. Mederic M. Hall, MD8:55 a.m. - 9:05 a.m. Question and Answer9:05 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. BREAK9:15 a.m. - 1:00 a.m. 1 Hands-on Scanning Session 1........................................................................... Scanning Faculty11:00 a.m. - 11:45 p.m. LUNCH (on your own)11:45 a.m. - 2:05 p.m. 1 Sonographic Evaluation of the Anterior Shoulder Girdle...................... Albert J. Kozar, DO, RMSK12:05 p.m. - 12:20 p.m. Live Demonstration of an Anterior Shoulder Girdle Sonographic Evaluation....................................................................... Albert J. Kozar, DO, RMSK12:20 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 1 Question and Answer12:30 p.m. - 1:55 p.m. Hands-on Scanning Session 2........................................................................... Scanning Faculty1:55 p.m - 2:00 p.m. Closing Comments......................................................................................... Sean Mulvaney, MD2:00 p.m. Adjourn 10
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCES SPORTS MEDICINE ECONOMICS PRE-CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE MEMBERS $100.00 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 • 8:00a.m. - 11:00 a.m. NON-MEMBERS $150.00 Register for the Sports Medicine Economics Pre-Conference on the Meeting Registration Form For the first time, the AMSSM Practice and Policy Committee has developed a two-tier track for this pre-conference — one to address issues relevant to doctors in established practices, and one to address issues more relevant to doctors who are new to practice. There will also be a combined session with information relevant to everyone. TARGET AUDIENCE/OVERVIEW This workshop will cater to a broad audience that includes residents, fellows, as well as new and established practitioners. CO-CHAIR: CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY: Ketan R. Mody, MD Aaron J. Byzak, MBA, FACHE Chad T. Carlson, MD Steven J. Collina, MD Kim Fagan, MD Ketan R. Mody, MD Jeff F. Vistica, CFP® Daniel W. Watkins, Esq. PROGRAM Attendees will choose initial track: Established Doctors or New Doctors Established Doctors Track: 1. Keeping it Fresh: Keeping Your Patients and How to Use Social Media and “New Marketing” for a Sports Medicine Practice.......................................................................... Ketan R. Mody, MD 2. Practice “Vital Signs”: Use of Metrics to Assess Practice......................................................................... Kim Fagan, MD New Doctors Track: 1. Billing and Coding Basics: Maximize Your Billing Potential.................................................................Steven Collina, MD 2. Evaluating an Employment Contract - Negotiating Common Pitfalls............................................. Daniel W. Watkins, Esq. Combined Session: 1. Ancillary Services in Sports Medicine - Increasing Your Practice’s Profit Margin Smartly................. Chad T. Carlson, MD 2. EMR and Sports Medicine - From “Meaningful Use” to Pragmatic Use.............................................. Ketan R. Mody, MD 3. Retirement Planning: Are You Putting Away Enough? What Are Your Options?................................ Jeff F. Vistica, CFP® 4. Health Care Reform, Accountable Care and Sports Medicine - Making Sense of a Changing Landscape..................................................................................................... Aaron J. Byzak, MBA, FACHE Please join us for this exciting workshop – it will likely pay for itself many times over!The Sports Medicine Economics Pre-Conference will not be available for CME Credit. 11
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCESFELLOWSHIP FORUM REGISTRATION FEE NONEWEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 • 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.Register for the Fellowship Forum on the Meeting Registration FormKEYNOTE SPEAKER FOR THE DIRECTORS’ BREAKOUT SESSIONPeter J. Carek, MD, MSChair, Review Committee – Family Medicine (RC-FM)Sports Medicine Representative to the RC-FMOVERVIEWThe Fellowship Forum is a pre-conference meeting that presents current issues important to the training of primarycare physicians in the discipline of sports medicine. The Fellowship Committee invites directors and fellows (currentand future) to participate.TARGET AUDIENCEIncoming and current fellows, interested residents and students, assistant fellowship directors and fellowship directors.GOALS AND OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Discuss the current issues that pertain to the training of fellows in primary care sports medicine• Understand the ongoing projects of the Fellowship Committee• Ask questions or voice concerns regarding fellowship trainingMODERATORSMark Stovak, MD - Joint and Directors’ Session FELLOWSIrfan Asif, MD – Fellows’ Session QUIZ BOWLSCHEDULE WEDNESDA10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Joint Session Y, APRIL 1711:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Separate Sessions for Directors and Fellows 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. • Directors • Fellows, Residents and Students Chair: Linda Mansfield, MD FELLOWSHIP FAIR SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. • 10:05 a.m. - 10:35 a.m. • 3:40 p.m. - 4:10 p.m. Based on positive feedback from the 174 Resident members and 70+ fellowship programs that participated in last year’s Fellowship Fair in Atlanta; AMSSM will host the 2nd Annual Fellowship Fair during the 2013 Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA. The Fellowship Fair will provide Students and Residents a chance to interact with Fellowship programs. The Fellowship Fair will take place inside the exhibit hall during Continental Breakfast from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. and during the refreshment breaks from 10:05 a.m. – 10:35 a.m. and 3:40 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. on Saturday, April 20 (exhibits will end on Friday). The Fellowship Fair will be free to Residents and Students attending the Annual Meeting (no need to register). Fellowship programs will be able to register their programs to participate for a $100 fee to cover the cost of signage/table rental. Online Registration for Fellowship Program to Participate in Fellowship Fair Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for Residents and Students to meet with Sports Medicine Fellowship programs during the Annual Meeting. 12
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCESCAQ PREPARATION Presented by AMSSM/ACSM REGISTRATION FEE NONEWEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 • 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.NO REGISTRATION FEE REQUIREDRegister for the CAQ Preparation on the Meeting Registration FormOVERVIEWThe goal of this two-hour session is to provide a concise review of essential information for preparation for the SportsMedicine CAQ examination. The topics selected are based upon the required content areas of the examination. Theformat will consist of five presentations that will emphasize key points for each of the content areas that are presented.Pearls and pitfalls will be highlighted.WORKSHOP OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Become familiar with selected content areas of the Sports Medicine CAQ that are required, but may be overlooked• Understand the current standards for the management of these selected conditions• Become familiar with the fundamentals of exercise physiology for the sports medicine physician• Understand the rationale and criteria for implementing screening procedures in athletes and active individualsCHAIRS: PROGRAMWilliam W. Dexter, MD • Tips on Treating Heat and Cold Related ConditionsJohn P. DiFiori, MD Rob Johnson, MDCarrie A. Jaworski, MD • Common Pediatric Fractures: Pearls and Pitfals Heather Gillespie, MD, MPHCONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY: • Screening Tests: Knowing the Criteria for the CAQWilliam W. Dexter, MD Carrie A. Jaworski, MDJohn P. DiFiori, MD • Exercise Physiology for the CAQHeather Gillespie, MD, MPH John P. DiFiori, MDCarrie A. Jaworski, MD • Bennett’s and Boutonnieres: The Essentials of Hand and Finger InjuriesRob Johnson, MD William W. Dexter, MD OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRE-CONFERENCESELECTROCARDIOGRAPHICINTERPRETATION IN ATHLETES REGISTRATION FEE MEMBERS $50.00WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 • 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. NON-MEMBERS $60.00Register for the ECG Interpretation in Athletes on the Meeting Registration FormOVERVIEWSudden cardiac death (SCD) is the leading cause of death in athletes during sport. Whether obtained for screening ordiagnostic purposes, an electrocardiogram (ECG) increases the ability to detect underlying cardiovascular conditionsthat may increase the risk for SCD. This comprehensive workshop on ECG interpretation in athletes is presented to helpphysicians distinguish physiologic adaptations in athletes from ECG findings suggestive of a pathologic cardiac disorder.This workshop is based on new international consensus standards for ECG interpretation in athletes.WORKSHOP GOALS AND OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:• Define normal, physiologic ECG adaptations in athletes• Recognize abnormal ECG findings suggestive of an underlying cardiomyopathy or primary electrical disease• Outline recommendations for the initial evaluation of ECG abnormalities suggestive of a pathologic cardiovascular disorderCHAIR:Jonathan A. Drezner, MD 13
  • OPTIONAL EDUCATIONAL COURSE S.M.A.R.T. WORKSHOPSIDELINE MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT RESPONSE TECHNIQUESWORKSHOP REGISTRATION FEEFRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 • 3:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. MEMBERS $125.00 NON-MEMBERS $175.00Pre-Registration and separate fee requiredRegister for the S.M.A.R.T. Workshop on the Meeting Registration FormWORKSHOP OVERVIEW PROGRAMThis workshop will provide the physician with the skills 3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. to appropriately evaluate and manage injuries on the Review of Game Planathletic field and sideline. This is a hands-on, interactive Pre-Event Organizationworkshop; participants will be expected to participate in • Program Administrationfunctional, physical activities, immobilization and evaluation • Event Pre-Planningtechniques. An emphasis will be placed on current • Development of Emergency Response PlanConcussion Assessment skills. Methods to teach theprogram will be provided so attendees will be able to bring 3:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. this program back to their home communities and become Pre-Game Warm-upan educational resource. Step-by-Step Approach to the On-Field Assessment of InjuriesTARGET AUDIENCE/GOALS 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. The workshop will increase the confidence and Game Time: Jamboree/Round Robin Approachcompetence of the physician who currently desires toprovide medical coverage of athletic events. An emphasis On-Field Management of Injurieswill be placed on providing teaching points of the evaluation Breakout Lab Session with attendees participation where eachand management techniques for physicians interested in group will rotate through all sections of 45 minutes eachbringing this program back to their local communities. • On-Field Management of the Spine Injured AthleteWORKSHOP OBJECTIVES - Log roll and lift of athlete with/without footballAt the conclusion of the workshop, the participant should be protective equipmentable to: - Football shoulder pad, helmet and face mask• Appropriately manage, on the field, an athlete with a removal suspected acute spinal injury• Appropriately manage, on the field, an athlete with a • Upper Extremity Evaluation of Athlete in suspected acute fracture and/or dislocation Football Protective Equipment• Perform a musculoskeletal evaluation of the upper and lower extremities on individuals wearing protective • Lower Extremity Evaluation of Athlete in athletic equipment Football Protective Equipment• Assess an individual’s readiness to return to physical activities utilizing a progression of functional activities 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. and screening techniques Half Time: Sideline Mangement of injuries• Have the ability to provide a targeted message so Breakout Lab Session with attendees participation where each the information can be taught at local meetings and group will rotate through all sections of 30 minutes each increase the community awareness of proper sideline management techniques • 2 Minute Drill: Return to Play Functional Assessment• Appropriate sideline assessment, follow up - Functional Testing (with attendee participation) management and return to play process of an individual Progression of activities for the return to participation with a concussion - Return to Participation ProgramFACULTY • Sideline Management of Fractures and Dislocations: Michael J. Petrizzi, MD, Benjamin A. Hasan, MD Immobilization and Splinting Techniques Workshop Chair Thomas M. Howard, MDRishi K. Bala, MD Lara E.P. Quinlan, MD • Sideline Concussion/Head Injury ScreeningHolly J. Benjamin, MD Andrew Reisman, MD, ATCAndy Carter, ATC Jeffrey Roberts, MD 7:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Steven L. Cole, ATC Harry C. Stafford, MD Post-Game Wrap-Up / ConclusionB. Kent Diduch, MD John Phillip Sherrod, MD - Questions and Answer Period - Closing Remarks - Workshop Evaluation 14
  • INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES (ICL) THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 • FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 • SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013 Pre-Registration and Separate Fee Required REGISTRATION FEES ICL Fee Members $50 (Per ICL) Non-Members $60 (Per ICL) Resident/Fellow ICL Fee (for ICLs #6, #12 and #18 only) Resident/Fellow Members: $25 (Per Resident/Fellow ICL Lecture) Resident/Fellow Non-Members $35 (Per Resident/Fellow ICL Lecture) REGISTRATION INFORMATION • Each Instructional Course Lecture is limited to 50 participants. • Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. • Register for Instructional Course Lectures on the meeting registration form.THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 ● 6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m.# 1 Gait Analysis with Shoe to Barefoot Transition................................................................................ Matthew Silvis, MD# 2 Caring for Swimmers..................................................................................................................... Paul R. Stricker, MD# 3 Evidence-Based Approach to the Thrower’s Shoulder............................................................. John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD# 4 Assessing Balance in the Concussed Athlete: A Practical Approach............................ Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC# 5 Ultrasound-Guided Iliopsoas Injection in the Setting of Femoral Acetabular Impingement ........ Charles Peterson, MD# 6 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Producing Scholarly Activity in Fellowship................... Peter J. Carek, MD, MSFRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.# 7 The Athletes and the Arts Initiative – Foot and Ankle Injuries in Dancers.......................................... Nancy Kadel, MD# 8 Cost Effective Use of ATCs as Physician Extenders in PCSM..... Marjorie J. Albohm, MS, ATC; Kurt J. Nilsson, MD, MS; .........................................................................................................and aand Forest Pecha, MS, ATC, LAT, OTC, CSCS# 9 Hamstring Injuries..................................................................................................................... Carl M. Askling, MD, PT# 10 OMT: “Simple Low Back Pain”..................................................................................................... Charles W. Webb, DO# 11 Ultrasound-Guided Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathy: Three Treatments Beyond PRP................................................................. Giselle Aerni, MD and Thomas H. Trojian, MD# 12 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Basic Fracture and Dislocation Care................................................. Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MDSATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.# 13 The Use of the Foot Posture Index to Quantify Foot Posture and Mobility......................... Thomas G. McPoil, PhD, PT# 14 The Role of Scapulothoraic Function in Shoulder Pain....................................................................Jim MacIntyre, MD# 15 Advanced Fracture Care.................................................................... Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MD# 16 OMT Techniques: Advanced Course........................................................................................... Charles W. Webb, DO# 17 Concussion Management............................................................................................................. Margot Putukian, MD# 18 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Musculoskeletal Examination Skills for Residents and Fellows..................................................... Nailah Coleman, MDSUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.# 19 Gait Analysis in Runners....................................................................................................................Karl B. Fields, MD# 20 Injections: The Substances We Use and the Evidence.................................................................... Rob Johnson, MD# 21 Advanced Dislocation Care................................................................ Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MD# 22: Preparing for International Travel........................................................................................................ Craig Young, MD 15
  • PROGRAM PRE-CONFERENCES TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. INTRODUCTION TO MSK US PRE-CONFERENCE (AMSSM MEMBERS ONLY) Course Director: Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO Course Chair: Ken R. Mautner, MD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ADVANCED MSK US PRE-CONFERENCE (AMSSM MEMBERS ONLY) Course Director: Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO Course Chair: Sean Mulvaney, MD 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. SPORTS MEDICINE ECONOMICS.......... Co-Chairs: Kim Fagan, MD; Ketan R. Mody, MD 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. FELLOWSHIP FORUM............................. Moderators: Ifran M. Asif, MD; Mark Stovak, MD 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. QUIZ BOWL............................................................................. Chair: Linda Mansfield, MD 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. CAQ PREPARATION Presented by AMSSM/ACSM............. Chair: William W. Dexter, MD ............................................................................................................. John P. DiFiori, MD ...................................................................................................................Carrie A. Jaworski, MD 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ECG INTERPRETATION IN ATHLETES........................... Chair: Jonathan A. Drezner, MD AMSSM 22nd ANNUAL MEETING • APRIL 17-21, 2013WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 20136:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m. Registration2:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. MEETING KICKOFF President’s Welcome..................................................Jonathan A. Drezner, MD, AMSSM President Welcome and Announcements..........................................John P. DiFiori, MD, First Vice President ............................................................................................. Sourav Poddar, MD, Program Chair2:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. SESSION # 1: UPDATE ON EXTREMITY INJURIES AND PREVENTION.... Moderator: Thomas H. Trojian, MD2:45 p.m. - 2:50 p.m. Introduction................................................................................................ Thomas H. Trojian, MD2:50 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. AOSSM EXCHANGE LECTURE: Current Updates in Sports-Related Rotator Cuff Injuries.......... Keynote: John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD3:15 p.m. - 3:35 p.m. Functional Movement Screening – Is it Ready for Prime Time?.......... Thomas M. Best, MD, PhD3:35 p.m. - 3:55 p.m. Achilles Tendon Tears – Is Surgery the Best Choice for Your Athlete?........................... Keynote: David B. Thordarson, MD3:55 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Cartilage Resurfacing Options for the Young Athlete.................................... Keynote: CDR Matthew T. Provencher, MD, MC, USN4:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Discussion and Questions4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall5:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. SESSION # 2: CONTROVERSIES IN SPORTS MEDICINE..... Moderator: David J. Berkoff, MD5:00 p.m. - 5:05 p.m. Introduction................................................................................................... David J. Berkoff, MD5:05 p.m. - 5:25 p.m. What Every Sports Medicine Physician Needs to Know About the Placebo Response........................................................ Keynote: Wayne B. Jonas, MD5:25 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. Use of Ketorolac and Other Analgesia in Competition..................................... Daniel Garza, MD5:45 p.m. - 6:05 p.m. Clavicle Fractures: To Fix or Not to Fix – That is the Question. ............. John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD6:05 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. HOUGH MEMORIAL LECTURE: Barefoot Running: Back to the Future?............................................................. Craig Young, MD6:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. Discussion and Questions6:45 p.m. Recess 16
  • PROGRAMTHURSDAY, APRIL 18, 20136:30 a.m. - 6:10 p.m. Registration6:30a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES #1 Gait Analysis with Shoe to Barefoot Transition......................................... Matthew Silvis, MD #2 Caring for Swimmers............................................................................... Paul R. Stricker, MD #3 Evidence-Based Approach to the Thrower’s Shoulder...................... John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD #4 Assessing Balance in the Concussed Athlete:  A Practical Approach............................................................... Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC #5 Ultrasound-Guided Iliopsoas Injection in the Setting of Femoral Acetabular Impingement......................................................... Charles Peterson, MD #6 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL:  Producing Scholarly Activity in Fellowship.......................................... Peter J. Carek, MD, MS7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. RISING WITH RESEARCH7:45 a.m. - 7:50 a.m. Announcements7:50 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. SESSION # 3A: SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM ON SPORTS-RELATED CONCUSSION.................................... Moderator: Casey G. Batten, MD7:50 a.m. - 7:55 a.m. Introduction.................................................................................................. Casey G. Batten, MD7:55 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Concussion: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly............................... Keynote: David A. Hovda, PhD8:15 a.m. - 8:35 a.m. The Role of Neurocognitive Testing in Concussion Assessment – One Piece of a Complex Puzzle................................................................. Michael McCrea, PhD8:35 a.m. - 8:55 a.m. Not Just Child’s Play: An Evidence Based Approach to Youth Concussions............................ Christopher C. Giza, MD8:55 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. Gender Differences: Considerations for Sports-Related Concussion Outcomes and Management......................................... Tracey Covassin, PhD, ATC9:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Discussion and Questions9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall | Poster Session 1 in Exhibit Hall10:00 a.m. - 11:37 a.m. SESSION # 3B: SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM ON SPORTS-RELATED CONCUSSION............................... Moderator: Aaron J. Provance, MD10:00 a.m. - 10:05 a.m. Introduction............................................................................................... Aaron J. Provance, MD10:05 a.m. - 10:25 a.m. Update from the 4th International Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sports...................................................... Willem (Winne) Meeuwisse, MD, PhD10:25 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. ACSM EXCHANGE LECTURE: Hits, Helmets and Behavior Modification: Biomechanical Considerations for Preventing Concussion............................................ Keynote: Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC10:45 a.m. - 11:05 a.m. Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries in Athletes: Are They Really Mild?................................................................. Keynote: Julian E. Bailes Jr, MD11:05 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. Sports Concussion Legislation: The Zackery Lystedt Story and Where We Stand in 2013......................... Stanley A. Herring, MD11:25 a.m. - 11:37 a.m. Discussion and Questions11:37 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. PRESIDENTIAL KEYNOTE11:37 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. Introduction11:40 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. PRESIDENTIAL KEYNOTE: The Evolution of Anti-Doping at USADA: From BALCO to Armstrong......................................... Presidential Keynote: Larry D. Bowers, PhD12:05 p.m. - 12:15 p.m. Discussion and Questions continued on next page… 17
  • PROGRAMTHURSDAY, APRIL 18 continued…12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Box Lunch in Exhibit Hall (included with registration fee)1:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. SESSION # 4: CURRENT ISSUES IN YOUTH SPORTS......................... Moderator: Heather Gillespie, MD, MPH1:15 p.m. - 1:20 p.m. Introduction........................................................................................ Heather Gillespie, MD, MPH1:20 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. Heat Stress and Exercise in Young Athletes: Are Children “Little Adults” After All?........................................... Stephen G. Rice, MD, PhD, MPH1:40 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Early Sport Specialization and the 10,000 Hour Rule: A Prescription for Success?............................................................................ John P. DiFiori, MD2:00 p.m. - 2:20 p.m. Spondylolysis – Update on Diagnosis and Management.............................. David W. Kruse, MD2:20 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. Integrative Neuromuscular Training in Children to Reduce Sports-Related Injury..................................................... Keynote: Gregory D. Myer, PhD, CSCS,*D2:40 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Discussion and Questions3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall | Poster Session 1 in Exhibit Hall3:30 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. SESSION # 5: IMAGING MODALITIES IN SPORTS MEDICINE.................. Moderator: Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO3:30 p.m. - 3:35 p.m. Introduction............................................................................................... Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO3:35 p.m. - 3:55 p.m. The Accuracy and Efficacy of Palpation Versus Radiologically Guided Injections....................................................... Mederic M. Hall, MD3:55 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Monitoring Tendon Response to Load: Can Imaging Tell Us When a Tendon is Stressed?.................... Jill L. Cook, PhD, PG Manip Phys4:15 p.m. - 4:35 p.m. Diagnostic Imaging in Sports Medicine: The Best Test for the Job.......... Donald L. Resnick, MD4:35 p.m. - 4:55 p.m. The Evidence for Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound in Sports Medicine: A Case-Based Approach....................................................................................... Jay Smith, MD4:55 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Discussion and Questions5:20 p.m. - 6:10 p.m. SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP BREAKOUT SESSIONS • Diversity • Pediatrics • Emergency Medicine • PM&R • Internal Medicine • Resident/Student 6:10 p.m. Recess7:00 p.m. AMSSM MEMBER PARTY IN EXHIBIT HALL (Includes Annual AMSSM Foundation Auction)FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 20136:45a.m. - 5:15 p.m. Registration6:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES #7 The Athletes and the Arts Initiative – Foot and Ankle Injuries in Dancers....Nancy Kadel, MD #8 Cost Effective Use of ATCs as Physician Extenders in PCSM.......... Marjorie J. Albohm, MS, ATC; Kurt J. Nilsson, MD, MS; ................................................................................. Forest Pecha, MS, ATC, LAT, OTC, CSCS #9 Hamstring Injuries.............................................................................. Carl M. Askling, MD, PT #10 OMT: “Simple Low Back Pain”.............................................................. Charles W. Webb, DO #11 Ultrasound-Guided Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathy: Three Treatments Beyond PRP.......................... Giselle Aerni, MD and Thomas H. Trojian, MD. #12 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Basic Fracture and Dislocation Care......... Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MD 18
  • PROGRAMFRIDAY, APRIL 19 continued…7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. RISING WITH RESEARCH7:00 a.m. - 7:50 a.m. EYE-OPENING CASES8:00 a.m. - 8:05 a.m. Announcements8:05 a.m. - 10:05 a.m. SESSION # 6: CONCURRENT SESSIONS - RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS — PART A10:05 a.m. - 10:35 a.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall | Poster Session 2 in Exhibit Hall10:35 a.m. - 12:40 p.m. SESSION # 7A: CONCURRENT SESSIONS - RETURN TO PLAY CHALLENGES....................................................Moderator: Jon Divine, MD10:35 a.m. - 10:40 a.m. Introduction........................................................................................................... Jon Divine, MD10:40 a.m. - 11:05 a.m. The Three-Step Return to Play Decision Model................... Willem (Winne) Meeuwisse, MD, PhD11:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. A New Technique for Optimizing Return to Play from Hamstring Injury................................................................ Keynote: Carl M. Askling, MD, PT11:20 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. What to Do with a Pneumo and Other Chest Trauma.......................................... Jon Divine, MD11:40 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Out of the Frying Pan…Return to Play After Heat Illness....................... Jeffrey M. Anderson, MD12:00 p.m. - 12:20 p.m. 2013 Team Physician Consensus Conference: Return to Play Update.......Margot Putukian, MD12:20 p.m. - 12:40 p.m. Discussion and Questions10:35 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. SESSION # 7B: CONCURRENT SESSIONS — QUALITY MEASURES AND IMPROVEMENT IN THE PRACTICE OF SPORTS MEDICINE..................................................... Moderators: Christopher Madden, MD ................................................................................................. Jennifer Scott Koontz, MD, MPH10:35 a.m. - 10:40 a.m. Introduction............................................................................................. Christopher Madden, MD10:40 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. Measuring Quality and Improving Health Care................................................... Aldo Tinoco, MD11:10 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. Registry Development: A Societal, Research and Clinical Perspective..... William C. Nugent, MD11:40 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. A Value-Added Call for Action....................................................................... James C. Puffer, MD12:00 p.m. - 12:20 p.m. Quality Measures and AMSSM: The Present and Future............................... Sean T. Bryan, MD12:20 p.m. - 12:40 p.m. Discussion and Questions12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. Industry-Sponsored Lunch Symposiums (optional) These programs are not AMSSM educational activities. AMSSM is not responsible for the planning, content or speakers of these programs.1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. AMSSM COMMITTEE MEETINGS • Communications • Education • Fellowship • International/Inter-Organizational Relations • Membership • Practice & Policy • Publications • Research2:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall | Poster Session 2 in Exhibit Hall 3:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. SESSION # 8A: CONCURRENT SESSIONS — FACULTY DEVELOPMENT Moderator: Anthony Beutler, MD. Faculty: Sean T. Bryan, MD; Peter J. Carek, MD, MS; James M. Daniels, MD, MPH; William W. Dexter, MD; Carla Fritz, MD; Matthew Gammons, MD; Margaret E. Gibson, MD; Rebecca A. Griffith, MD; Diana L. Heiman, MD; Michael Henehan, DO; Elizabeth A. Joy, MD, MPH; Mark E. Lavallee, MD; Joseph O. Lopreiato, MD, MPH; Christopher Madden, MD; Lucien R. Ouellette, MD; William O. Roberts, MD, MS; Peter E. Sedgwick, MD; Brian J. Shiple, DO; Mark Stovak, MD and Russell D. White, MD continued on next page… 19
  • PROGRAMFRIDAY, APRIL 19 continued…3:15 p.m. - 3:20 p.m. Getting to Know You........................................................................................ Anthony Beutler, MD3:20 p.m. - 3:55 p.m. From Academicians to Busy Clinicians: Practical Tips for Teaching the Sports Medicine Learner in Your Clinic.................................... Joseph O. Lopreiato, MD, MPH3:55 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Attendees move into Small Groups • Group 1: Academic Teachers • Group 2: Private Practice/Community Teachers4:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Small Group Discussions • Group 1: Academic Teachers • Group 2: Private Practice/Community Teachers4:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Practical Tips for Teaching the Sports Medicine Learner in Your Clinic Session Faculty5:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Discussions and Questions5:15 p.m. Recess3:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. SESSION # 8B: CONCURRENT SESSIONS — S.M.A.R.T. WORKSHOP ................................................................Chair: Michael J. Petrizzi, MD (Sideline Management Assessment and Response Technique Workshop) Faculty: Rishi K. Bala, MD; Holly J. Benjamin, MD; Andy Carter, ATC; Steven L. Cole, ATC; B. Kent Diduch, MD; Benjamin A. Hasan, MD; Thomas M. Howard, MD; Lara E.P. Quinlan, MD; Andrew Reisman, MD, ATC; Jeffrey Roberts, MD; Harry C. Stafford, MD; and John Phillip Sherrod, MD7:45 p.m. RecessSATURDAY, APRIL 20, 20136:45 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Registration6:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. FELLOWSHIP FAIR7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES #13 The Use of the Foot Posture Index to Quantify Foot Posture and Mobility............................................................................... Thomas G. McPoil, PhD, PT #14 The Role of Scapulothoraic Function in Shoulder Pain.......................... Jim Macintyre, MD #15 Advanced Fracture Care......................... Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MD #16 OMT Techniques: Advanced Course................................................ Charles W. Webb, DO #17 Concussion Management....................................................................Margot Putukian, MD #18 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Musculoskeletal Examination Skills for Residents and Fellows........... Nailah Coleman, MD7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. RISING WITH RESEARCH7:00 a.m. - 7:40 a.m. EYE-OPENING CASES8:00 a.m. - 8:05 a.m. Announcements8:05 a.m. - 10:05 a.m. SESSION # 9: CONCURRENT SESSIONS — RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS — PART B ­10:05 a.m. - 10:35 a.m. Refreshment Break | Fellowship Fair | Poster Session 3 continued on next page… 20
  • PROGRAMSATURDAY, APRIL 20 continued…10:35 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. SESSION # 10: CURRENT CONCEPTS IN TENDINOPATHY................................ Moderator: Stephen Paul, MD10:35 a.m. - 10:40 a.m. Introduction....................................................................................................... Stephen Paul, MD10:40 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Tendinopathy – One Size Does Not Fit All.................................. Jill L. Cook, PhD, PG Manip Phys11:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. Mechanobiologic Pathogenesis of Tendinopathy................................ Keynote: Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM, Dipl ACVS, Dipl ACVSMR11:20 a.m. - 11:40 a.m. The Role of Nitroglycerin Patches in the Treatment of Tendinopathy: What is the Evidence?...................................................................................... Karl B. Fields, MD11:40 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Funky Treatments in Elite Athletes: Do They Just Buy Time for Rehabilitation?................. Keynote: Jill L. Cook, PhD, PG Manip Phys12:00 p.m. - 12:15 p.m. Discussion and Questions12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Optional Box Lunch (additional fee required | excludes drink | water stations available)12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. TEAM PHYSICIAN BREAKOUT SESSIONS • High School • Collegiate - NCAA.................................................................Brian Hainline, MD; David Klossner, PhD, ATC • USOC • Professional1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. STATE OF THE UNION FOR AMSSM AND ANNUAL AWARD PRESENTATIONS (All members encouraged to attend)2:15 p.m. - 3:40 p.m. SESSION # 11: FOOT AND ANKLE — CURRENT CONCEPTS........................................................... Moderator: Jason W. Glowney, MD2:15 p.m. - 2:20 p.m. Introduction................................................................................................Jason W. Glowney, MD2:20 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. Evaluation and Management of Ankle Impingement Syndromes in the Athlete............................................................................................... Richard D. Ferkel, MD2:45 p.m. - 3:05 p.m. Foot Disorders in the Young Athlete........................................................... Mark E. Halstead, MD3:05 p.m. - 3:25 p.m. Current Concepts in Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation............................Thomas G. McPoil, PT, PhD3:25 p.m. - 3:40 p.m. Discussion and Questions3:40 p.m. - 4:10 p.m. Refreshment Break | Fellowship Fair | Poster Session 34:10 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. SESSION # 12: CONCURRENT SESSIONS — CASE PRESENTATIONS6:30 p.m. Recess7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. AMSSM FOUNDATION CONTRIBUTORS’ RECEPTION (By Invitation Only) 21
  • PROGRAMSUNDAY, APRIL 21, 20136:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Registration6:45 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES #19 Gait Analysis in Runners......................................................................... Karl B. Fields, MD #20 Injections: The Substances We Use and the Evidence ......................... Rob Johnson, MD #21 Advanced Dislocation Care...................... Matthew Gammons, MD and James A. Russell, MD #22 Preparing for International Travel.............................................................. Craig Young, MD7:00 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. RISING WITH RESEARCH7:00 a.m. - 7:40 a.m. EYE-OPENING CASES7:15 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. Poster Session 48:00 a.m. - 8:05 a.m. Announcements8:05 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. SESSION # 13: CURRENT CARDIAC ISSUES..............................Moderator: Ashwin Rao, MD8:05 a.m. - 8:10 a.m. Introduction......................................................................................................... Ashwin Rao, MD8:10 a.m. - 8:40 a.m. ECG Interpretation in Athletes: Distinguishing Normal from Abnormal.................................................... Jonathan A. Drezner, MD8:40 a.m. - 9:20 a.m. Evaluation Strategies for Athletes with Suspected Cardiac Pathology...................................................... Keynote: Aaron L. Baggish, MD9:20 a.m. - 9:40 a.m. Management of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Athletes: Keys to Improving Survival......................................................................... Jolie C. Holschen, MD9:40 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Discussion and Questions10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Refreshment Break | Poster Session 410:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. SESSION # 14: SPORTS MEDICINE ON THE PACIFIC COAST......................... Moderator: David W. Kruse, MD10:30 a.m. - 10:35 a.m. Introduction.................................................................................................... David W. Kruse, MD10:35 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. Surfing Medicine......................................................................................... Kenneth S. Taylor, MD10:55 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. Diving Medicine: An Update................................................................................ Scott Flinn, MD11:15 a.m. - 11:35 a.m. Lessons Learned - Oceanside IRONMAN 70.3.......................................... John K. Su, MD, MPH11:35 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. From Jellyfish to Stingrays: Managing Marine Toxins and Envenomation........................................................................................ Richard F. Clark, MD12:00 p.m. - 12:15 p.m. Discussion and Questions12:15 p.m. Adjourn 22
  • FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Larry D. Bowers, PhD Larry Bowers received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1972. Dr. Bowers completed his graduate work at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia in 1975 and was a post-doctoral fellow in Clinical Chemistry in the Department of Clinical Pathology at the Oregon Health Sciences University. From 1977 through 1992, Professor Bowers served on the faculty in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology at the University of Minnesota and held an adjunct appointment in the Department of Chemistry. In 1992, he became Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. His primary responsibility was as Director of the Athletic Drug Testing and Toxicology Laboratory, one of two International Olympic Committee- accredited laboratories in the United States. In September, 2000, Dr. Bowers joined the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), where he currently serves as Chief Science Officer. The USADA is responsible for testing and adjudication, education and research on issues related to the abuse of performance-enhancing drugs in Olympic and Paralympic sport in the United States. He also serves as the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Partnership for Clean Competition (cleancompetition.org), a cooperative effort for funding research in anti-doping science. He has provided expert counsel for the US Attorney’s Office, Congress and several government agencies. Dr. Bowers was present during the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigations Unit legal action at the BALCO laboratory in 2003. He also has been involved in incorporating “intelligence” obtained from law enforcement and perceptual deterrence concepts into the USADA testing program. Steven Paul Arnoczky, DVM, Dipl ACVS, Dipl ACVSMR Dr. Arnoczky is the Director of the Laboratory for Comparative Orthopaedic Research at Michigan State University and has been involved in basic science research of the musculoskeletal system for over 40 years. He is the Wade O. Brinker Endowed Professor of Surgery in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University and also holds Professorial appointments in the College of Human Medicine and the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University. Carl M. Askling, PhD, PT Researcher and lecturer in sports medicine at the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences and the Section of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. He defended his Thesis, “Hamstring Muscle Strain” at Karolinska Institutet, 2008. He is supported by The Swedish Centre for Sport Research in his ongoing research that deals with different types of acute hamstring strains in especially soccer/track and how to optimize the rehabilitation period and how to prevent these injuries. In 2008, he won the European Athletics Innovation Award for his paper, “Hamstring Muscle Strain in Sprinters”. Aaron L. Baggish, MD Dr. Aaron L. Baggish is the Associate Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Cardiovascular Performance Program, a program designed to provide comprehensive cardiac care to athletes. He serves as a Co-Medical Director for the Boston Marathon and Cardiologist for Harvard University Athletics, the New England Patriots and the Boston Bruins. His research interests include exercise-induced cardiac remodeling, pre-participation screening/sudden death prevention and the cardiovascular effects of anabolic steroid use. 23
  • FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Julian E. Balies Jr, MD Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at the NorthShore University HealthSystem and Co-Director of the NorthShore Neurological Institute, Dr. Bailes has interests and expertise in the diagnosis and surgical management of several neurological diseases. He is a recognized leader in the field of neurosurgery and the impact of brain injury on brain function. He has been involved in advancing the understanding of the clinical evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a progressive degenerative disease found in some individuals who have been subjected to multiple concussions and other forms of head injury. His laboratory research has focused upon mechanisms and treatment of cerebral concussions. Dr. Bailes also is a founding member and Director of the Brain Injury Research Institute, which focuses on the study of traumatic brain injuries and their prevention. For 22 years he has been a sideline physician at either the NFL or NCAA levels. Dr. Bailes has over 120 scientific publications concerning various aspects of neurological surgery, including four books on neurological sports medicine and performs editorial duties for a number of medical journals. Dr. Bailes has been honored for eight consecutive years as America’s Best Doctors and America’s Top Surgeons. Peter J. Carek, MD, MS Dr. Peter J. Carek is a Professor of Family Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) as well as the Director of the Trident/MUSC Family Medicine Residency Program in Charleston, SC. He has been a team physician for the College since 1992. Dr. Carek is a graduate of Clemson University and the MUSC College of Medicine in 1987. He completed residency training in Family Medicine at MUSC in 1990. Following residency training, Dr. Carek completed fellowships in primary are sports medicine at the Ohio Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic and the University of Tennessee, Medical Center at Knoxville. In addition, he received his Master of Science Degree from the University of Tennessee. He currently has a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine from the American Board of Family Practice as well as being a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Carek is the Chair of the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine (RC-FM) and serves as a Board Member of the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors (AFMRD). Jill L. Cook, PhD, PG Manip Phys Jill Cook is a Professor in musculoskeletal health in the School of Primary Health Care, Monash University in Australia. Jill’s research areas include sports medicine and tendon injury. After completing her PhD in 2000, she has investigated tendon pathology, treatment options and risk factors for tendon injury. Jill currently supplements her research by conducting a specialist tendon practice and by lecturing and presenting workshops both in Australia and overseas. Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC Kevin Guskiewicz is the Kenan Distinguished Professor, Co-Director of the Matthew Gfeller Sport- Related TBI Research Center, and Director of the Center for the Study of Retired Athletes at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Over the past 18 years, his clinical research program has investigated the effect of sport-related concussion on balance and cognitive function, the biomechanics of sport concussion and the long-term neurological effects of concussion in professional football players. Dr. Guskiewicz has received 24 funded research grants, and published over 130 journal articles and 8 textbook chapters on sport concussion. Additionally, he has presented over 250 national and international lectures on this topic. He teaches courses in sports medicine, anatomy and research methods at UNC, and has been awarded fellowship in the American College of Sports Medicine, National Academy of Kinesiology and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. He serves on NCAA’s Concussion Committee, NFL’s Head, Neck and Spine Committee and NFLPA’s Mackey-White Committee. In 2011, Kevin was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship. 24
  • FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS David A. Hovda, PhD Dr. Hovda is the Director of the UCLA Brain Injury Research Center. He is Past President of the National Neurotrauma Society and Past President of the International Neurotrauma Society. He has served as Chair of study sections for the National Institute for Neurological Disease and Stroke (NINDS). Dr. Hovda has received a number of awards for his research on brain injury and recovery of function. In 2011, Dr. Hovda received the “Strength of the Nation Award” from the United States Army, the highest award given to a civilian from the United States Army; and it was presented to Dr. Hovda on June 15, 2011, by the Secretary of the Army in recognition of Dr. Hovda’s efforts to help treat military personnel suffering from mild traumatic brain injury returning from theater. He is most well known internationally for his translational work on the pathobiology of traumatic brain injury and has devoted most of his career to understanding the mechanisms of recovery of function. He currently sits on several editorial boards. Dr. Hovda continues to serve as a consultant for professional sport organizations, as well as the Veteran’s Administration and Department of Defense, addressing issues related to traumatic brain injury and recovery of function. Wayne B. Jonas, MD Dr. Wayne B. Jonas is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Samueli Institute as well as a Professor of Family Medicine, Georgetown University Medical Center and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. A family physician and scientist, he formerly served as the Director of the Office of Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health, the Director of the Medical Research fellowship at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, a Director of a WHO Collaborating Center for Traditional Medicine and a member of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. He sits on numerous national and international advisory boards and scientific review groups. He is the author of over 150 publications and five books. He received his medical degree at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD Dr. Kuhn is the Chief of Shoulder Surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and is the Head Team Physician for the Nashville Predators Hockey Club. He has served as team physician with the University of Michigan, Vanderbilt University, the Nashville Sounds AAA Baseball Club, and with USA Hockey. His research interests include the treatment of rotator cuff disease, pathogenesis of shoulder problems in the athlete and the diagnosis and classification of shoulder disorders. 25
  • FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Gregory D. Myer, PhD, CSCS* D Gregory D. Myer, PhD, FACSM, CSCS* D is currently the Director of Research and The Human Performance Laboratory for the Division of Sports Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and maintains his primary faculty appointment in the departments of Pediatrics and Orthopaedic Surgery in the College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Myer has published more than 140 articles in peer reviewed medical journals and has published a book and several book chapters related to his research on the biomechanics of knee injury, sports performance and knee injury prevention training. In the past year, Dr. Myer was recognized as The National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Sports Medicine/Rehabilitation Specialist of the Year, awarded the distinction of Fellow from The American College of Sports Medicine, was appointed as the ACL Study Group’s Traveling Scientist and was a co-author for the Nicolas Andry Award of the Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons. Dr. Myer is serving or has served as an investigator on several nationally funded grants focused on ACL injury, ACL prevention and ACL rehabilitation which have contributed multi-million research dollars in direct costs to his institution. Dr. Myer’s primary research interests reside in the fields of Biomechanics and Injury Prevention in sport and pediatric exercise science. His work in the Human Performance Laboratory allows him to integrate the most advanced research findings into athletic development and injury prevention training protocols. Dr. Myer consults with coaches across the globe who seek to update their own training programs for athletes from preadolescence to professional level. Dr. Myer is also currently serving as an international consultant to the English Institute of Sport who supports the talent identification, injury prevention and rehabilitation for the United Kingdom’s Olympic Teams. CDR Matthew T. Provencher, MD MC USN A native of Barrington, New Hampshire, he attended the United States Naval Academy, where he was appointed the Deputy Brigade Commander (Second in command), graduated with Distinction with a Major in Electrical Engineering, and was designated Secretary of the Navy Distinguished Graduate. He was also a four-year varsity oarsman and First-Team All-American at Navy. He completed his medical education at Dartmouth Medical School where he graduated with honors. CDR Provencher completed his orthopaedic residency at the Naval Medical Center San Diego and his orthopaedic shoulder knee and sports surgery fellowship at Rush University under the direction of Dr. Bernard R. Bach Jr. CDR Provencher is currently the Director for Surgical Services on the USNS Mercy (TAH-19) during Pacific Partnership 2012 – a Humanitarian and Civic Action Mission of the United States Navy and Government. Currently, CDR Provencher is in full-time academic practice as the Director of Shoulder, Knee, and Sports Surgery at the Naval Medical Center San Diego, and is a Professor of Surgery & Orthopaedics at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM). He is the Deputy Editor of Arthroscopy Journal. His research includes over 100 peer-reviewed publications, 150 chapters, and has written 5 textbooks. David B. Thordarson, MD Board certified in orthopedic surgery, David B. Thordarson, MD is a member of Cedars-Sinai’s Orthopaedic Center. Dr. Thordarson has published more than 90 articles in peer reviewed journals and co-authored nine book chapters. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal, Foot & Ankle International for more than four years and is the author of a book entitled, Orthopedic Essentials – Foot and Ankle Surgery. A much sought after speaker, Dr. Thordarson has lectured at more than 80 local, 160 national and 30 international meetings. He is a member of numerous local and national societies and has served on various committees and panels. After earning his bachelor’s degree with highest honors, at the University of California, Riverside, Dr. Thordarson went on to earn his medical degree at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He performed his surgical internship and orthopedic residency at UCLA, followed by a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at UCLA and Kaiser Hospital in Panorama City. Prior to joining Cedars-Sinai, Dr. Thordarson was Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Keck Medical Center of the University of Southern California for more than 20 years. 26
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY GUEST SPEAKERSMarjorie J. Albohm, MS, ATC; President, National Scott Flinn, MD; Medical Director, Arch Health Partners,Athletic Trainers Association, Santa Fe, New Mexico Poway, CaliforniaSteven P. Arnoczky, DVM, Dipl ACVS, Dipl Christopher C. Giza, MD; Associate Professor, DivisionACVSMR; Director, Laboratory for Comparative of Pediatric Neurology, Departments of Pediatrics andOrthopaedic Research, Wade O. Brinker Professor of Neurosurgery, David Geffen School of Medicine and MattelSurgery, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Children’s Hospital, University of California, Los Angeles, CaliforniaCarl M. Askling, PhD, PT; The Swedish School ofSport and Health Sciences, Section of Orthopaedics and Rebecca A. Griffith, MD; Associate Director, PrimarySports Medicine, Department of Molecular Medicine and Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, Atlantic Health,Surgery, Karolinska Insitutet, Stockholm, Sweden Morristown, New Jersey; Medical Student Clerkship Director; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Mount SinaiAaron L. Baggish, MD; Associate Director, Medical School, New York, New YorkCardiovascular Performance Program, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Kevin M. Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC; Kenan Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of ExerciseJulian E. Bailes Jr., MD; Chairman, Department and Sport Science, University of North Carolina, Chapelof Neurosurgery, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Hill, North CarolinaCo-Director, NorthShore Neurological Institute, Evanston,Illinois Brian Hainline, MD; Chief Medical Officer, NCAA, Indianapolis, IndianaLarry D. Bowers, PhD; Chief Science Officer, U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Colorado Springs, Colorado David A. Hovda, PhD; Professor, Departments of Neurosurgery and Molecular and Medical Pharmacology,Aaron J. Byzak, MBA, FACHE; Director of David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California,Government and Community Affairs, University of California Los Angeles, CaliforniaSan Diego Health Sciences, San Diego, California Wayne B. Jonas, MD; President and CEO, SamueliPeter J. Carek, MD, MS; Professor and Vice Chair, Institute, Alexandria, Virginia; Professor of Family Medicine,Department of Family Medicine, MUSC, Charleston, South Georgetown University, Washington, DC; AssociateCarolina Professor, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MarylandAndy Carter, ATC; Senior Associate Athletic Trainer,College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia Nancy Kadel, MD; Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco, CaliforniaRichard F. Clark, MD; Professor, Department ofEmergency Medicine; Director, UCSD Division of Medical David Klossner, PhD, ATC; NCAA Director of HealthToxicology, University of California, San Diego, California and Safety, NCAA, Indianapolis, IndianaSteven L. Cole, ATC; Associate Athletic Director, John E. (Jed) Kuhn, MD; Associate Professor, Chief ofCollege of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia Shoulder Surgery, Vanderbilt Sports Medicine, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TennesseeJill L. Cook, PhD, PG Manip Phys; Professor(research), School of Primary Health Care, Monash Joseph O. Lopreiato, MD, MPH; Professor,University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Department of Pediatrics, Associate Dean for Simulation Education, Uniformed Services University of the HealthTracey Covassin, PhD, ATC; Associate Professor, Sciences, Bethesda, MarylandDepartment of Kinesiology, Michigan State University, EastLansing, Michigan Michael McCrea, PhD; Professor of Neurosurgery and Neurology; Director, Brain Injury Research, Medical CollegeRichard D. Ferkel, MD; Director, Sports Medicine of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WisconsinFellowship Program, Southern California OrthopedicInstitute, Van Nuys, California; Assistant Clinical Professor Thomas G. McPoil, PhD, PT; Professor, School ofof Orthopedic Surgery, University of California, Los Physical Therapy, Regis University, Denver, ColoradoAngeles, California 27
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY GUEST SPEAKERS continued…Willem (Winne) Meeuwisse, MD, PhD; Physician CDR Matthew T. Provencher, MD MC USN;and Professor, Co-Chair, Sport Injury Prevention Research Professor of Surgery and Orthopaedics, UniformedCentre, Faculty of Kinesiology and Hotchkiss Brain Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda,Institute, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada Maryland; Shoulder, Knee and Sports Surgery, Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CaliforniaGregory D. Myer, PhD, CSCS *D; Director, Researchand The Human Performance Laboratory, Division of Donald L. Resnick, MD; Professor; Chief,Sports Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Musculoskeletal Imaging, Department of Radiology,Center; Assistant Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and University of California, San Diego, CaliforniaOrthopaedic Surgery, University of Cincinnati College ofMedicine, Cincinnati, Ohio David B. Thordarson, MD; Professor, Division of Orthopedics, Department of Surgery, Cedars-Sinai MedicalWilliam C. Nugent, MD; Louise R. and Borden E. Center, Los Angeles, CaliforniaAvery Professor of Surgery, Professor of Community andFamily Medicine, The Dartmouth Institute, Geisel School of Aldo Tinoco, MD; Physician, Informaticist, NCQA,Medicine, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Section of Washington DCCardiothoracic Surgery, Lebanon, New Hampshire Jeff F. Vistica, CFP®; Managing Member, Gradney &Forest Pecha, MS, ATC, LAT, OTC, CSCS; Director Vistica Financial Management, LLC; Carlsbad, Californiaof Clinical Residency and Outreach, St. Luke’s SportsMedicine, Boise, Idaho Daniel W. Watkins, Esq.; The Watkins Firm, APC, University of San Diego School of Law (1986), Healthcare, Business and Employment Law, La Jolla, California CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY VOLUNTEER MEMBER SPEAKERSGiselle Aerni, MD; Assistant Professor of Family Casey G. Batten, MD; Head Team Physician, UniversityMedicine, University of Connecticut; Associate Director, of California, Berkeley, CaliforniaPrimary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program,University of Connecticut, Hartford, Connecticut; Assistant Holly J. Benjamin, MD; Associate Professor ofTeam Physician, University of Connecticut; Team Physician, Pediatrics and Orthopedic Surgery; Director, Primary CareWNBA CT Sun Sports Medicine, University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago, IllinoisJoseph J. Albano, MD; Private Practice;Comprehensive Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Salt David J. Berkoff, MD; Associate Professor, DepartmentLake City, Utah of Orthopaedics and Emergency Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North CarolinaJeffrey M. Anderson, MD; Director of SportsMedicine and Acting Director of Medical Services; Student Thomas M. Best, MD, PhD; Professor and PomereneHealth Services, Medical Director for Research, Human Chair, Chief, Division of Sports Medicine; Professor ofPerformance Laboratory, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics; Co-MedicalConnecticut Director, The OSU Sports Medicine Center, Columbus, OhioIrfan M. Asif, MD; Director, Primary Care SportsMedicine Fellowship Program; Assistant Professor, Anthony Beutler, MD; Chief, Injury PreventionDepartment of Family Medicine, University of Tennessee, Research Lab, Department of Family Medicine, UniformedKnoxville, Tennessee Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland; Board of Director; Vice-Chairperson, EducationRishi K. Bala, MD; Fellow, VCU Fairfax Family Practice Committee; American Medical Society for Sports Medicine– Sports Medicine, Fairfax, Virginia Rishi K. Bala, MD;Sports Medicine Fellow, VCU Fairfax Family Practice – Blake R. Boggess, DO; Assistant Professor, DukeSports Medicine Fellowship, Fairfax, Virginia Sports Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina 28
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY VOLUNTEER MEMBER SPEAKERS continued…Joanne Borg-Stein, MD; Associate Professor, Jon Divine, MD; Associate Professor, Department ofDepartment of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, University of Cincinnati,Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts Cincinnati, OhioSean T. Bryan, MD; Associate Professor of Family Jonathan A. Drezner, MD; Associate Professor,Medicine, University of South Carolina – Greenville School Department of Family Medicine, University of Washington,of Medicine; Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Seattle, Washington; President, American Medical SocietyGreenville Hospital System University Medical Center, for Sports MedicineGreenville, South Carolina; Board of Director; Chairperson,Education Committee; American Medical Society for Sports B. Kent Diduch, MD; Department of Sports Medicine,Medicine James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VirginiaChad T. Carlson, MD; Private Practice, Stadia Sports Kim Fagan, MD; Fagan LLC, Birmingham, Alabama;Medicine, West Des Moines, Iowa; Board of Director; Chair, Board of Director, AMSSM FoundationPractice and Policy Committee, American Medical Societyfor Sports Medicine; Karl B. Fields, MD; Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NorthNailah Coleman, MD; Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, Carolina; Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship, ConeChildren’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC Health System, Greensboro, North Carolina; Board of Director, AMSSM FoundationSteven J. Collina, MD; Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, Crozer-Keystone Health System; Jonathan T. Finnoff, DO; Clinical Professor,Medical Director, Healthplex Sports Medicine, Springfield, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,Pennsylvania University of California Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento, California; Tahoe Orthopedics and SportsJerod Cottrill, DO; Rebound Orthopedics, Vancouver, Medicine, South Lake Tahoe, CaliforniaWashington Carla Fritz, MD; University of Montana, Missoula,James M. Daniels, MD, MPH; Professor, Department Montanaof Family and Community Medicine; Adjunct Professor ofOrthopedics; Director, SIU Primary Care Sports Medicine Matthew Gammons, MD; Associate Clinical Professor,Fellowship Program, Southern Illinois University School of Department of Family Medicine, Medical College ofMedicine, Quincy, Illinois Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Private Practice, Rutland/Killington, Vermont; Board of Director; Vice-Arthur Jason De Luigi, DO; Associate Professor, Chairperson, Research Committee; American MedicalDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Georgetown Society for Sports MedicineUniversity School of Medicine, MedStar NRH/GeorgetownUniversity Hospital, Washington DC Daniel Garza, MD; Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University School ofKevin deWeber, MD, RMSK; Associate Professor, Medicine, Stanford, California; Medical Director and HeadUniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Team Physician, San Francisco Forty-NinersDirector, Military Sports Medicine Fellowship Program,Bethesda, Maryland Margaret E. Gibson, MD; Assistant Professor, University of Missouri Kansas City, Department ofWilliam W. Dexter, MD; Director of Sports Medicine, Community and Family Medicine, Truman Medical CenterMaine Medical Center, Portland, Maine; Professor of Family Lakewood, Kansas City, MissouriMedicine, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston,Massachusetts; President-Elect, American College of Heather Gillespie, MD, MPH; Assistant Professor,Sports Medicine Division of Sports Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, CaliforniaJohn P. DiFiori, MD; Professor, Departments of FamilyMedicine and Orthopaedics Chief, Division of Sports Jason W. Glowney, MD; Medical Director, BoulderMedicine, Department of Family Medicine, David Geffen Center for Sports Medicine, Boulder, ColoradoSchool of Medicine at UCLA, Team Physician, UCLADepartment of Intercollegiate Athletics, Los Angeles,California; First Vice President, American Medical Societyfor Sports Medicine 29
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY VOLUNTEER MEMBER SPEAKERS continued…Josh G. Hackel, MD, RMSK; Director, Primary Care Douglas F. Hoffman, MD; Essentia Health, Duluth,Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, The Andrews MinnesotaInstitute, Gulf Breeze, Florida; Associate Professor, FloridaState University School of Medicine, Tallahassee, Florida; Jolie C. Holschen, MD; Private Practice, InfinityTeam Physician, University of West Florida Healthcare, Chicago, Illinois; Team Physician, USA Hockey Women’s National TeamMederic M. Hall, MD; Assistant Professor, Departmentof Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation and Family Medicine, Thomas M. Howard, MD; Director, Fairfax FamilyUniversity of Iowa Institute for Orthopaedics, Sports Practice Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, Fairfax,Medicine and Rehabilitation, Iowa City, Iowa VirginiaJonathan S. Halperin, MD; Clinical Associate, Sharp Carrie A. Jaworski, MD; Director, Division of PrimaryRees Stealy Medical Group, Division of Physical Medicine Care Sports Medicine and Sports Medicine Fellowshipand Rehabilitation, San Diego, California Program, Department of Family Medicine, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Glenview, Illinois; ClinicalMark E. Halstead, MD; Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago Pritzker SchoolDepartments of Pediatrics and Orthopedics, Washington of Medicine, Chicago, IllinoisUniversity School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri Rob Johnson, MD; Professor, Department of FamilyRon Hanson, MD; Director, Interventional Orthopedics Medicine and Community Health, Division of SportsFellowship Program, The Center of Schultz Clinic, Center Medicine; Team Physician, University of Minnesota,for Regenerative Medicine, Broomfield, Colorado Minneapolis, Minnesota; Founder, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine; Secretary/Treasurer, AMSSMBenjamin A. Hasan, MD; Assistant Professor of FoundationClinical Family Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine,Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois; Northwestern Elizabeth A. Joy, MD, MPH; Medical Director, ClinicalMemorial Physicians Group, Lake Forest and Grayslake, Outcomes Research, Intermountain Healthcare; AdjunctIllinois Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UtahDiana L. Heiman, MD; Residency Director, ETSUJohnson City Program; Associate Professor, Department Jennifer Scott Koontz, MD, MPH; Clinical Assistantof Family Medicine, Quillen College of Medicine, East Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine,Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee University of Kansas School of Medicine, Wichita, Kansas; Private Practice, Newton Orthopaedics and SportsMichael Henehan, DO; Adjunct Clinical Professor, Medicine, Newton, KansasDivision of General Medical Disciplines, Department ofMedicine, Stanford University, Stanford, California; Director, Albert J. Kozar, DO, RMSK; Associate ClinicalSports Medicine Fellowship Program, O’Connor Hospital, Professor, University of New England, Biddleford, Maine;San Jose, California; Team Physician, San Jose State Private Practice, Avon, Connecticut; Team Physician,University University of HartfordStanley A. Herring, MD; Clinical Professor, David W. Kruse, MD; Private Practice, OrthopaedicDepartments of Rehabilitation Medicine, Orthopaedics and Specialty Institute, Orange, CaliforniaSports Medicine and Neurological Surgery, University ofWashington, Seattle, Washington; Team Physician, Seattle Mark E. Lavallee, MD, CSCS; Co-Director, SouthSeahawks, Team Physician, Seattle Mariners; Founder, Bend Notre Dame Sports Medicine Fellowship; Director,American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Memorial Sports Medicine Institute, South Bend, Indiana; Assistant Clinical Professor, Indiana University School ofGarry W.K. Ho, MD, RMSK; Assistant Professor, Medicine, Head Team Physician, Indiana University, SouthDepartment of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth Bend, Indiana; Team Physician, Holy Cross College; TeamUniversity School of Medicine, Richmond, Virginia; Physician, USA WeightliftingAssistant Director, Fairfax Family Practice Sports MedicineFellowship Program; Private Practice, Fairfax, Virginia Jim Macintyre, MD; Center of Orthpaedic Rehabilitation, West Jordan, Utah 30
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY VOLUNTEER MEMBER SPEAKERS continued…Christopher Madden, MD; Clinical Professor, Sourav Poddar, MD; Program Chair; AssociateDepartment of Family Medicine, University of Colorado; Professor and Director, Primary Care Sports Medicine,Denver, Colorado; Private Practice, Sports Medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver,Longs Peak Family Practice, Longmont, Colorado; Second Colorado; Team Physician, University of Colorado BuffaloesVice President, American Medical Society for SportsMedicine Aaron J. Provance, MD; Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Colorado,Linda Mansfield, MD; Associate Director, Memorial Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, ColoradoFamily Medicine Residency; Faculty, South Bend SportsMedicine Fellowship Program, South Bend, Indiana James C. Puffer, MD; President and Chief Executive Officer, American Board of Family Medicine; Professor ofSean N. Martin, DO; Faculty, Family Medicine Family and Community Medicine, University of KentuckyResidency, Eglin AFB, Florida College of Medicine, Lexington, Kentucky; Founder, American Medical Society for Sports MedicineKen R. Mautner, MD; Emory Sports Medicine Center;Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Margot Putukian, MD; Director of Athletic Medicine,Rehabilitation and Department of Orthopedic Surgery; Head Team Physician, Princeton University, Princeton, NewDirector, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sports Jersey; Associate Clinical Professor, UMDNJ-Robert WoodMedicine Fellowship Program, Emory University School of Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey;Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia President, AMSSM FoundationKetan R. Mody, MD; Private Practice, Elite Sports Lara E.P. Quinlan, MD; Tidewater PhysiciansMedicine Institute, Hinsdale/Orland Park, Illinois Multispecialty Group, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Division; Private Practice, Primary Care Sports Medicine,Robert Monaco, MD, MPH; Director of Sports Newport News and Williamsburg, VirginiaMedicine, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey;Department of Family Medicine, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Ashwin Rao, MD; Assistant Professor, DepartmentJohnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey of Family Medicine; Clinic Director, Hall Health Sports Medicine; Team Physician, UW Husky Athletics, UniversitySean Mulvaney, MD; Fort Meade, Maryland of Washington, Seattle, Washington; Team Physician, Seattle SeahawksKurt J. Nilsson, MD, MS; St. Luke’s Sports Medicine,Boise, Idaho Andrew Reisman, MD, ATC; Head Team Physician, Student Health Services; Assistant Athletic Director, SportsRonald P. Olson, MD; Associate Professor, Department Medicine; Associate Professor, Physical Therapy, Universityof Family Medicine; Director of Sports Medicine, Student of Delaware, Newark, DelawareHealth Clinic, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Stephen G. Rice, MD, PhD, MPH; Director,Lucien R. Ouellette, MD; OA Centers for Pediatric Sports Medicine Fellowship Program; Director,Orthopaedics, Saco, Maine Jersey Shore Sports Medicine Center, Neptune, New Jersey; Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, UMDNJ-RobertStephen Paul, MD; Clinical Assistant Professor, Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NewDepartment of Family Medicine; Campus Health Service, Jersey; Immediate Past President, American Academy ofUniversity of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Pediatrics, New Jersey ChapterJeff Payne, MD; Staff Physician, Department of Physical Jeffrey Roberts, MD; St. Francis Family MedicineMedicine and Rehabilitation, Mayo Clinic Health System, Center and Residency Program; Bon Secours SportsFaribault, Minnesota Medicine; Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University,Charles Peterson, MD; Arizona Sports Medicine Richmond, VirginiaCenter, Mesa, Arizona William O. Roberts, MD, MS; Professor, DepartmentMichael J. Petrizzi, MD; Clinical Professor, of Family Medicine and Community Health, University ofDepartment of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth Minnesota, Minneapolis, MinnesotaUniversity School of Medicine, Richmond, Virginia; PrivatePractice, Medical Director, Hanover Family Physicians,Mechanicsville, Virginia 31
  • CONFIRMED COURSE FACULTY VOLUNTEER MEMBER SPEAKERS continued…James A. Russell, MD; Killington Medical Clinic, Paul Stricker, MD; Pediatric and Adolescent SportsKillington, Vermont Medicine, Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley, San Diego, CaliforniaPeter E. Sedgwick, MD; Managing Physician, CentralMaine Sports Medicine (a clinical division of Central Maine John K. Su, MD, MPH; Associate Director, KaiserMedical Center), Lewiston, Maine Permanente Los Angeles Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, Los Angeles, CaliforniaJacob L. Sellon, MD; Instructor, Department of PhysicalMedicine and Rehabilitation, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Kenneth S. Taylor, MD; Professor, DepartmentMinnesota of Family and Preventive Medicine; Director of Sports Medicine, University of California, San Diego, California;John Philip Sherrod, MD; Associate Professor, Medical Director, International Surf AssociationDepartment of Family Medicine, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity; Bon Secours Sports Medicine, Richmond, Thomas H. Trojian, MD; Associate Professor of FamilyVirginia Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery; Director of Injury Prevention and Sports Outreach Programs, New EnglandBrian J. Shiple, DO; Assistant Clinical Professor of Musculoskeletal Institute; University of ConnecticutFamily and Community Medicine, Temple University School Health Center; Farmington, Connecticut; Director, Sportsof Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Private Practice, Medicine Fellowship Program, Hartford, Connecticut; TeamThe Center for Sports Medicine, Springfield, Pennsylvania Physician, University of Connecticut; Sports Medicine Advisor to Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference;Matthew Silvis, MD; Associate Professor, Departments Board of Director; Chair, International/Inter-Organizationalof Family and Community Medicine and Orthopedics and Relations Committee, American Medical Society for SportsRehabilitation, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical MedicineCenter, Hershey, Pennsylvania Brandee L. Waite, MD; Assistant Professor,Jay Smith, MD; Professor of Physical Medicine and Sports Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine andRehabilitation, Departments of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of California Davis, Sacramento,Rehabilitation, Radiology and Anatomy, Mayo Clinic, CaliforniaRochester, Minnesota Charles W. Webb, DO; Director, Primary Care SportsHarry C. Stafford, MD; Assistant Professor, Fellowship Medicine Fellowship Program; Associate Professor,Director, Departments of Family Medicine, Orthopedics and Department of Family Medicine and Orthopedics, OregonSports Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Health and Sciences University, Portland, OregonNorth Carolina Russell D. White, MD; Professor of Medicine; ProfessorPhillip Steele, MD; Performance Injury Care and Sports of Orthopaedic Surgery, Department of Community andMedicine, Helena, Montana Family Medicine; University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine; Team Physician, UMKC, Kansas City,Henry A. Stiene, MD; Beacon Orthopaedics and Missouri; Team Physician, Kansas City ChiefsSports Medicine; Head Team Physician, Xavier University,Cincinnati, Ohio Craig Young, MD; Professor, Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Community and Family Medicine,Mark Stovak, MD; Director, University of Kansas Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin;School of Medicine – Wichita Sports Medicine Fellowship Board of Director, AMSSM Foundationand Family Medicine Residency Program at Via ChristiHospitals; Associate Clinical Professor, Department ofFamily and Community Medicine, University of KansasSchool of Medicine, Wichita, Kansas; Board of Director;Chair, Fellowship Committee; American Medical Society forSports Medicine 32
  • INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAM No Registration Fee Required Presented by ConMed Linvatec OPTIONAL INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM Friday, April 19, 2013 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. PLATELET RICH PLASMA – LESSONS LEARNED At this 60-minute session, the participant will learn critical lessons on the topic of PRP. Presentations examine the basic science research plus clinical experience by experts in their fields. Gain better understanding of the Cascade® Autologous Platelet System and enjoy lunch. Product demonstration and handouts will be available after the symposium. Basic Science Research Perspective on PRP Faculty: Steven Arnoczky, DVM Presentation Objectives: • Define the Role of Platelets in Tissue Healing and Regeneration • Differentiate PRP systems with respect to platelet viability, capture efficiency, and reproducibility • Provide clarification on literature - favorable vs. inconclusive data Clinical Experience with PRP Faculty: Brian Halpern, MD Presentation Objectives: • Examine the Role of Platelet Rich Plasma in Practice • Provide Clinical Study Description • Summarize Lessons Learned Questions, Answers, Discussion, Demonstration • 10 minutes AMSSM is not responsible for the planning, content or speakers of this program. This program is not an AMSSM educational activity. 33
  • INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAM No Registration Fee Required Presented by MiMedx OPTIONAL INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM Friday, April 19, 2013 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. USE OF INJECTABLE AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE REFRACTORY SPORTS MEDICINE TENDINOPATHIES Use natural healing to Fix the Hurt and successfully treat patients have failed conservative care including stretching, bracing, and even cortisone injection. AmnioFix® technology is now available in a Sports Medicine application. This FDA registered, patented PURION® Processed human amniotic membrane technology has been studied in sports medicine applications including Plantar Fasciitis and Lateral Epicondylitis and has shown significant improvement in patients who have already failed conservative care. This 60-minute seminar includes information on the material, injection techniques, addressing patient questions and concerns, and suggested payment and reimbursement topics. AMSSM is not responsible for the planning, content or speakers of this program. This program is not an AMSSM educational activity. 34
  • INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAM No Registration Fee Required Presented by Tenex Health OPTIONAL INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUM Friday, April 19, 2013 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. ULTRASOUND GUIDED PERCUTANEOUS TENOTOMY AND FASCIOTOMY Participants will learn the patient benefits using the ultrasonic removal of diseased soft tissue with the Tenex TX1 probe. This FDA approved, clinically supported, reimbursed technique offers patients who failed conservative therapy an outpatient, minimally invasive treatment for Epicondylitis, Patellar Tendonosis, Achilles Tenondosis and Plantar Fasciitis. Using TX1 Technology in my Practice Faculty: Kris Stowers, MD Florida State Team Physician • Technology and Clinical Outcomes • Technique Overview • Patient Experiences • Q & A AMSSM is not responsible for the planning, content or speakers of this program. This program is not an AMSSM educational activity. 35
  • OPTIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIESAMSSM is pleased to offer family and social activities throughout the week for you, your family and guests.Registration/payment for these optional tours will be provided by contracted provider, AlliedPRA. Registration for theseoptional events will not be handled through AMSSM.Online registration will be available at http://www.regonline.com/AMSSM. Through the online tour registration, guests willbe asked to create a password, giving each guest the ability to log back onto the website and manage their own changes/updates. When making your online reservation, guests will have the option to pay by check or credit card. Credit cardpayments will be processed at the close of registration. Full payment (by check or credit card) for the optional tours mustbe received by Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Guests receive immediate automated confirmation via the web and have theoption of accessing a ‘printer friendly’ version. A copy of your reservation details will also be automatically emailed.CITY TOUR – THE SAN DIEGO ZOO THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013SAN DIEGO OLD & NEWWEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013 12:30 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. (4 ½-HOUR EXCURSION) PRICE: $73.00 per adult | $70.00 per child (ages 3-11) (Includes zoo admission, motorcoach transportation to and from the Manchester Grand Hyatt, taxes and gratuities) Minimum: 40 guests | Maximum: 45 guests The excursion includes an afternoon at the world-famous San Diego Zoo. With your general admission ticket, you receive a 35-minute guided bus tour, express bus and Skyfari aerial train while exploring the zoo grounds, animal shows and exhibits. Itinerary: 12:30 p.m. Depart Manchester Grand Hyatt 1:00 p.m. Arrive at San Diego Zoo Free time to explore zoo grounds 4:30 p.m. Depart San Diego Zoo9:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. (6 ½ HOUR EXCURSION) 5:00 p.m. Return to Manchester Grand HyattPRICE: $57.00 per person(Includes motorcoach transportation to and from theManchester Grand Hyatt, taxes and gratuities)Minimum: 40 guests | Maximum: 45 guestsThe excursion includes a one-hour harbor cruiseapproximately 12 miles in length of either the North Bay(includes North Island Naval Air Station, Harbor andShelter Islands, the Naval Sub Base and the CabrilloNational Monument) or South Bay (includes Star of India,the U.S. Navy surface fleet, Coronado Bay Bridge andbusy shipyards), walk through Balboa Park and spend freetime in Old Town.Itinerary:9:30 a.m Depart Manchester Grand Hyatt9:45 a.m. Arrive at B-Street Pier10:00 a.m 1-hour harbor cruise11:15 a.m. Walk through Balboa Park1:30 p.m. Free time in Old Town3:30 p.m. Depart from Old Town4:00 p.m. Return to Manchester Grand Hyatt 36
  • OPTIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIESSEAWORLD SPLASH JEWELS BY THE SEA (La Jolla)FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 201312:30 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. (4 ½-HOUR EXCURSION) 9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. (7-HOUR EXCURSION)PRICE: $125.00 per adult | $122.00 per child (ages 3-9) PRICE: $59.00 per adult | $56.00 per child (ages 3-17)(Includes motorcoach transportation to and from the (Includes motorcoach transportation to and from theManchester Grand Hyatt, taxes and gratuities) Manchester Grand Hyatt, taxes and gratuities)Minimum: 40 guests | Maximum: 45 guests Minimum: 40 guests | Maximum: 45 guests The excursion begins with admission to the Birch Aquarium at Scripps in La Jolla along with 1 ¾-hours free time to explore the aquarium. Then, the excursion continues with 4-½ hours free time for shopping and lunch at the La Jolla Village. Itinerary: 9:00 a.m. Depart Manchester Grand Hyatt 9:30 a.m. Free time at Birch Aquarium at Scripps 11:00 a.m. Free time to shop at La Jolla Village Lunch (on your own) 3:30 p.m. Depart from La Jolla Village 4:00 p.m. Return to Manchester Grand Hyatt PLEASE NOTE: If the minimum number of reservations is not met for each activity, the event will be cancelled andThe excursion includes an afternoon at the SeaWorld you will receive a full refund.Adventure Park. Included with this excursion is youradmission to the Adventure Park, colorful map of SeaWorldAdventure Park for each guest and free time to explorePark attractions, shows and exhibits.Itinerary:12:30 p.m. Depart Manchester Grand Hyatt1:00 p.m. Arrive at Sea World Adventure Park Free time to enjoy park4:30 p.m. Depart from Sea World Adventure Park5:00 p.m. Return to Manchester Grand Hyatt 37
  • OPTIONAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES HORNBLOWER CRUISES & EVENTSSAN DIEGO DINNER CRUISEFRIDAY, APRIL 19, 20136:30 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. (3 ½ HOUR EXCURSION) Itinerary:PRICE: $94.34 per person (includes taxes and gratuities) 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Boarding at Grape Street Pier (1800 N. Harbor Drive)The San Diego Dinner Cruise is the perfect option for 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Dinner Cruiseseeing sights or celebrating a special evening while in SanDiego. In addition to a three-course meal, a DJ will add Dinner Cruise Menuto the memorable evening by providing music for dancing • Boarding Glass of Champagneand music requests. • Coffee, Hot Tea and Water First Course • The Signature Salad – Mixed Baby Greens, Seasonal Crisp Vegetables, Lightly Dressed • Warm Rustic Rolls with Butter Second Course (Entrée Selection – Please Choose One of the Following for Each Guest) • Bistro Steak – 8oz. USDA Choice Flat Iron – Truffle Butter, Fresh Herbs, Crisp Shallots, Potato Gratin, Seasonal Vegetables ORTransportation from the Manchester Grand Hyatt to theGrape Street Pier as well as returning back to the hotel • California Grilled Breast of Chicken, Garlic Pancettasite is not provided. The Grape Street Pier is located one Cream, Parmesan Risotto, Seasonal Vegetablesmile away from the Manchester Grand Hyatt. OR • Roasted Vegetable Timpano – Fresh Pasta, Italian Cheese, Sauce Bechamel with Wilted Spinach, Fennel Leeks, Fresh Tomato SauceRegistration/payment for this optional dinner cruise isnot through AMSSM. Hornblower Cruises and Eventsis the contracted provider. Dessert • White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, DarkReservations for the dinner cruise can be made by Chocolate Cookie Crust, Berry Sauce, Whippedcalling the public cruise manager, Julie Muldoon at Cream(619) 725-8813 and reference reservation number404045. When making your reservations, pleaseindicate your entrée selection. Please make yourreservations by April 12, 2013. After that date, anyunused seats will be released. 38
  • OTHER ACTIVITES IN SAN DIEGOThe following is a list of other social activities available in San Diego for you and your family and/or guests to use as areference for “Things to Do” during your free time.Balboa Park (619) 239-0512 Seaport VillageLocated just minutes from downtown San Diego, Balboa Immediately adjacent to the hotel is Seaport Village.Park is home to some exciting attractions including the Come explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateriesworld famous San Diego Zoo, beautiful botanical gardens and outdoor entertainment and find everything under theand world class museums such as the Natural History sun. Seaport Village is a waterfront shopping and diningMuseum and Hall of Champions. Admission to the grounds complex adjacent to San Diego Bay in downtown Sanis free as well as access to the gardens. Individual Diego, California. It is located at 849 West Harbor Drive, atmuseums have their own admittance fees which can be the intersection of Harbor Drive and Kettner.found online. Old Point Loma LighthouseUSS Midway Aircraft Carrier (619) 544-9600 The Old Point Loma Lighthouse stood watch over theImmediately adjacent to the hotel is the USS Midway entrance to San Diego Bay for 36 years. At dusk onAircraft Carrier. Prepare yourself for a lifetime memory as November 15, 1855, the light keeper climbed the windingyou climb aboard the USS Midway Museum. Once the stairs and lit the light for the first time. What seemed to beleading ship of her class and the largest ship in the world a good location 422 feet above sea level, however, had auntil 1955, the USS Midway is the only remaining aircraft serious flaw. Fog and low clouds often obscured the light.carrier of the World War II era. Admission to this piece On March 23, 1891, the light was extinguished and theof history includes a self-guided audio tour to 60 exhibits keeper moved to a new lighthouse location closer to thethroughout the historic aircraft carrier and 25 restored water at the tip of the Point.aircraft. Gaslamp QuarterOldtown San Diego Immediately adjacent to the hotel is the GaslampOld Town San Diego is a must-do on anyone’s check Quarter. Stroll through the 16 ½-block historic Gaslamplist when visiting San Diego. The history and culture that Quarter in downtown San Diego. Once the stompingremains in Old Town is what truly attracts guests. Old grounds of the legendary Wyatt Earp, the GaslampTown is a one stop shop as it houses over 25 restaurants Quarter is now home to unique stores and numerousoffering authentic and cultural cuisine, museums and restaurants, nightclubs and bars, many of which are set inhistorical shops. And for the suspense seekers, be sure to turn-of-the-century Victorian architecture.check out the evening ghost tours. U.S. Olympic Training CenterBeach Bike Tour Visit the U.S. Olympic Training Center, the nation’s firstSan Diego Bike and Kayak Tours offers one of the best warm-weather, year-round Olympic training facility, locatedways to see some of the city’s best sights. This 3-hour tour in Chula Vista. Free guided tours of the 150-acre lakefrontis a freefall as it descends from Mt. Soledad down through facility are offered at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday; tours beginLa Jolla and Pacific Beach. On your way back stop by the at the Copley Visitor Center. Self-guided tours are alsohistorical Cave Store and descend below ground into one available Monday-Saturday – 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.of La Jolla’s infamous water caves. Approximately 13-14miles in length, this is one tour that is sure to get your La Jollaheart pumping. Known as “The Jewel” of San Diego, La Jolla features luxury homes, fine dining and upscale shopping thatWild Animal Park (619)718-3000 rivals Rodeo Drive. But the real jewels in La Jolla areIt is one of the largest tourist attractions in San Diego the beaches, which are freely available for visitors andCounty. The park houses a large array of wild and locals alike. The La Jolla coastline varies dramatically -endangered animals including species from the continents from 300-foot sea cliffs, to rocky reefs, to golden sandof Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America, and coves, exploring La Jolla’s beaches is an exhilarating andAustralia. The park is in a semi-arid environment and inspiring experience.one of its most notable features is the Africa Tram whichexplores the expansive African exhibits. These free-rangeenclosures house such animals as antelopes, giraffes,buffalo, cranes and rhinos. The park is also noted for itsCalifornia condor breeding program, the most successfulsuch program in the United States. 39
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  • SAN DIEGO ZOO MAP San Diego Zoo Map 32 41
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  • RIDE 2013 AMSSMTHE WAVE! 22ND ANNUAL MEETINGThe Future of Sports Medicine REGISTRATION FORM Please complete the registration form – type or print legibly. One form must be completed for each registrant and payment mustaccompany the registration form. Registration at the advance rate will be accepted until March 20, 2013. After that date,registration will be available at an increased rate of $50.00. REGISTRATION OPTIONS: PLEASE READ BEFORE COMPLETING REGISTRATIONPlease register online to reserve a place at the meeting. You have the option to pay by check or credit card when registering online. Areceipt will be generated upon completion of your online registration. PLEASE NOTE: If you are registering for any optional educationalactivities (ICLs, S.M.A.R.T. Workshop or Pre-Conferences) — your online registration ensures availability and reserves your place in therequested activity. With online registration, you have the option to pay by check or credit card. When paying by check, please include aprinted copy of the online registration form you will receive through email with your payment to the AMSSM office.OR, you can print and return the registration form along with your payment to the AMSSM office by fax or U.S. Mail. This method is notrecommended if you want to register for the optional educational activities (ICLs, S.M.A.R.T. Workshop or Pre-Conferences). PLEASENOTE: You will only be charged for the optional educational activities that are available at the time your registration form is received. REGISTRATION INFORMATION (Mailing address listed below will be placed on the participant’s list)Full Name: ________________________________________________________________________________________Address (Line 1): ____________________________________________________________________________________Address (Line 2):____________________________________________________________________________________City: ________________________State/Province:__________ Postal Code: ___________ Country: ________________Office Phone: ___________________________ Office Fax: ___________________________ Home Phone: ___________________________ Cell Phone: ___________________________Registrant will be sent a receipt and registration confirmation to the email address listed below:Registrant’s email address: ____________________________________________________________________________q For reimbursement purposes, please email an additional receipt to: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BADGE INFORMATIONNickname or First Name: ______________________________________________________________________________First Name: _________________________Last Name: _________________________Degree: ______________________Affiliation: __________________________________________________________________________________________City: ________________________State/Province:__________ Postal Code: ___________ Country: _________________ PHYSICAL OR DIETARY REQUIREMENTSq Check here if you have physical or dietary requirements which necessitate accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity. List requirements: __________________________________________________________________________________ REGISTRATION FEES • ADVANCE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2013 Member ID# By March 20, 2013 After March 20, 2013 Amount Enclosed AMSSM Member (Includes International Members) $500.00 $550.00 AMSSM Fellowship Member $450.00 $500.00 (AMSSM member currently in a sports medicine fellowship) AMSSM Resident Member $450.00 $500.00 AMSSM Student Member $350.00 $400.00 International Attendee (Outside USA) $500.00 $550.00 Non-Member Physician $850.00 $900.00 Non-Member Non-Physician $500.00 $550.00
  • CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS In order to receive AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, please sign up below and include the $25.00 fee with your meetingregistration payment. Physicians requesting the AMA PRA Category 1Credit™ need to sign the daily attendance recordduring the Annual Meeting in order to receive AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.AAFP Prescribed Credit...............................................................................................................................................No feeq American Medical Association ($25.00 fee).................................................................................................... $________ OPTIONAL EVENTS: Please check applicable box(es) to register for eventsOptional Activity Time Member Fee Non-Member Fee Amount EnclosedTUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2013q Introduction to MSK Ultrasound Pre-Conference 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. $475.00 N/A $ _________WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013:q Advanced MSK Ultrasound Pre-Conference 7:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. $425.00 N/A $ _________q Sports Medicine Economics Pre-Conference 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. $100.00 $150.00 $ _________(Select one: Session Track below) q Established Doctors q New Doctorsq CAQ Preparation Presented by AMSSM/ACSM 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. No Fee No Fee No Feeq ECG Interpretation in Athletes 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. $ 50.00 $ 60.00 $ ________ THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013AMSSM MEMBER PARTY 7:00 p.m.q Yes, I will attend the AMSSM Member Party Please indicate the total number attending: _______ No feeFRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013q S.M.A.R.T. WORKSHOP 3:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. $125.00 $175.00 $ _________Sideline Management Assessment Response Techniques Workshop IF REGISTERING FOR THE S.M.A.R.T. WORKSHOP, PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTION BELOW:Select one: Which sentence best describes your level of involvement in covering sports events and your goalsfor attending this workshop? q #1 I cover no athletic events, practices, or schools but have been asked to do so and/or see the need and would like to learn the basics involved so that I may be competent and comfortable. q #2 I have covered an occasional athletic event at the high school level and below and see the need to improve my diagnostic, management and return to play skills so that I feel more competent and comfortable. q #3 I have covered athletic events at the high school level and below and feel fairly comfortable with my skills but am looking for refresher and the latest information and thinking on management of specific injuries and illnesses as they relate to return to play decisions and management. q #4 I regularly cover college and high school athletic events and feel very comfortable with my skills but am looking to ensure that I am understanding the latest science behind decision making and to obtain some CME credits that I need. INDUSTRY-SPONSORED LUNCH SYMPOSIUMS (OPTIONAL)FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013q ConMed Linvatec 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. (lunch provided) No Fee“Platelet Rich Plasma: Lessons Learned”q MiMedx 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. (lunch provided) No Fee“Use of Injectable Amniotic Membrane for Patients Who Have Refractory Sports MedicineTendinopathies”q Tenex 12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. (lunch provided) No Fee“Ultrasound-Guided Percutaneous Tenotomy and Fasciotomy”SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013q OPTIONAL BOX LUNCH (excludes drink/water stations available in room)...................................................... $28.00 Note: Team Physicians Breakouts 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
  • INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURES: REGISTRATION IS LIMITED Based on a first-come, first-served basisAMSSM Members.................................$50 (per ICL)Non-Members.........................................$60 (per ICL)Resident/Fellow Specific ICLs (must be a resident/fellow to register for ICLs # 6, 12 and 18)Resident/Fellow AMSSM Members: $25 (per Resident/Fellow ICL)Resident/Fellow Non-Member: $35 (per Resident/Fellow ICL)THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 ● 6:45 a.m. - 7:45 a.m. (Choose only 1) MEMBERS NON-MEMBERS ICL # ICL TITLEq $50 $60 # 1 Gait Analysis with Shoe to Barefoot Transitionq $50 $60 # 2 Caring for Swimmersq $50 $60 # 3 Evidence-Based Approach to the Thrower’s Shoulderq $50 $60 # 4 Assessing Balance in the Concussed Athlete: A Practical Approachq $50 $60 # 5 Ultrasound-Guided Iliopsoas Injection in the Setting of Femoral Acetabular Impingementq $25 $35 # 6 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Producing Scholarly Activity in FellowshipFRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. (Choose only 1)q $50 $60 # 7 The Athletes and the Arts Initiative – Foot and Ankle Injuries in Dancersq $50 $60 # 8 Cost Effective Use of ATCs as Physician Extenders in PCSMq $50 $60 # 9 Hamstring Injuriesq $50 $60 # 10 OMT: “Simple Low Back Pain”q $50 $60 # 11 Ultrasound-Guided Treatment of Achilles Tendinopathy: Three Treatments Beyond PRPq $25 $35 # 12 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: Basic Fracture and Dislocation CareSATURDAY, APRIL 20, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. (Choose only 1)q $50 $60 # 13 The Use of the Foot Posture Index to Quantify Foot Posture and Mobilityq $50 $60 # 14 The Role of Scapulothoraic Function in Shoulder Painq $50 $60 # 15 Advanced Fracture Careq $50 $60 # 16 OMT Techniques: Advanced Courseq $50 $60 # 17 Concussion Managementq $25 $35 # 18 RESIDENT/FELLOW SPECIFIC ICL: MSK Examination Skills for Residents and FellowsSUNDAY, APRIL 21, 2013 ● 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. (Choose only 1)q $50 $60 # 19 Gait Analysis in Runnersq $50 $60 # 20 Injections: The Substances We Use and the Evidenceq $50 $60 # 21 Advanced Dislocation Careq $50 $60 # 22 Preparing for International TravelTOTAL for ICL Registration ............................................................................................................................$ _________TOTAL PAYMENT ENCLOSED....................................................................................................................... $ PAYMENT INFORMATIONq Check (payable to AMSSM in U.S. Dollars) Fed ID: 39-1715104 q Visa q MasterCard q Discover q American ExpressAccount Number:_________________________________________________ Expiration Date (mm/yy): _____ /_____Name on Credit Card: ___________________________________________________________________________________CVV (last 3 digits on the back; 4 digits on the front of AMEX): _____________________Signature: ____________________________________________________________________________________________FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO RETURN COMPLETED REGISTRATION/PAYMENTS: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Secured registration is 4000 West 114th Street, Suite 100 Leawood, KS 66211 (913) 327-1415 (Phone) • (913) 327-1491 (Fax) • mlane@amssm.org available online at www.amssm.org www.amssm.org 45