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  • 1. AAOS/POSNA Surgical AAOS Hip PreservationTechniques for Managing in the Adolescent andPediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Young AdultAvoiding Pitfalls and ProblemsWebinar component: June 12, 2012 July 26–28, 2012 Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, ILSkills component: June 22–23, 2012Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL Rafael J. Sierra, MD and Javad Parvizi, MD Course DirectorsGregory A. Mencio, MD and Kenneth J. Noonan, MDCourse DirectorsThis course is jointly sponsored by the American Academy of OrthopaedicSurgeons and the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America.
  • 2. AAOS/POSNA Surgical TechniquesCourse Directors for Managing Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Avoiding Pitfalls and ProblemsGregory A. Mencio, MDKenneth J. Noonan, MD Webinar/Skills Combination Course Webinar component: June 12, 2012 • Course #3287 Skills component: June 22-23, 2012 • Course #3256 Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, ILWebinar Faculty NEW! Enhance your surgical expertise with our Pediatric 73% Surgical Skills Orthopaedic Trauma Webinar/Skills combination courseAlexandre Arkader, MD To accommodate your busy schedule, this Webinar/Skills combination course offers new topicsDonald S. Bae, MD and new learning flexibilities that respect your need for less time away from your practice. The Webinar component offers stimulating insights and discussion, and the Skills component putsCraig P. Eberson, MD these solutions into practice. You can participate in the Webinar/Skills combination course orVishwas R. Talwalkar, MD in the Webinar only. Webinar componentCourse Faculty The Tuesday evening Webinar engages nationally recognized faculty to prepare you for theDonald S. Bae, MD hands-on skills component. Spend 1½ hours at your home or office learning indications and surgical management methods for the most common and challenging pediatric orthopaedic injuries. TopicsMatthew J. Bueche, MD include hand and wrist injuries, hip and femoral shaft fractures, and pediatric ankle andSteven L. Frick, MD knee fractures.J. Eric Gordon, MD Skills component Practice the latest surgical procedures for complex pediatric fractures. The two-day, hands-on skillsJohn J. Grayhack, MD portion focuses on fracture fixation, difficult trauma cases, and complications. Highlights include:Matthew A. Halanski, MD • ntramedullary fixation for pediatric forearm fractures I • Open and percutaneous fixation techniques for pediatric elbow fracturesSteven A. Lovejoy, MD • Surgical approaches for elbow fractures and forearm compartment releaseCharles T. Mehlman, DO, MPH •  emoral fracture management options, including antegrade nail placement, submuscular F plating and flexible IM nail fixationSusan A. Scherl, MD • Strategies for fixation of slipped capital femoral epiphysesErnest L. Sink, MD • Surgical approach for intracapsular femoral neck fracturesDavid L. Skaggs, MD • Open and minimally invasive fixation of ankle and triplane fractures • Debates on controversial issues in pediatric musculoskeletal traumaAnthony A. Stans, MDCourse faculty subject to change Who should take this course? This course benefits orthopaedic surgeons – generalists and specialists – with an interest in pediatric orthopaedics or who take pediatric trauma call and treat pediatric fractures. This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to: •  etermine treatment options and surgical techniques and learn pearls, pitfalls, and how to D avoid complications in management pediatric fractures •  mploy correct reduction and stabilization techniques for upper and lower extremity E pediatric fracturesAll faculty members have disclosed •  ompare and contrast traditional and recently established techniques (such as flexible Cpotential conflicts of interest. These IM nail fixation) for tibial and humeral shaft fractures in childrendisclosures can be viewed online at •  ecognize the indications and techniques for operative treatment of proximal Rwww.aaos.org under ‘Member Services’. humeral and clavicular fractures • Diagnose and manage complications including compartment syndrome in children
  • 3. TUESDAY, JUNE 12 • 8:15 pm - 10:00 pm ET Webinar: AAOS/POSNA Surgical Techniques for Managing Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma - Avoiding Pitfalls and Problems • View the complete course schedule at www.aaos.org/3287FRIDAY, JUNE 22 - skills courseMorning 8:00 am – 12:45 pm HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB Compartment Syndrome (IncludingFaculty Surgical Demonstrations •  ercutaneous and Open Approaches P Fasciotomies of the Forearm)•  lexible IM Fixation of Forearm and F to the Elbow with Pin and Cannulated HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB Radial Neck Fractures: Indications, Screw Fixation Techniques of Lateral •  eduction and Pinning of Proximal R Approaches, and Techniques Condyle, Medial Epicondyle and Radial Humerus Fractures•  lexible IM Fixation of F Neck Fractures •  nterior Approach to the Elbow for Open A Humerus Fractures •  RIF of T-Condylar Fractures With Plate O Reduction of Supracondylar FracturesHANDS-ON SKILLS LAB and Screw Technique and Neurovascular Exploration (Including•  lexible IM Fixation of Forearm and F Case Presentations and Panel Forearm Fasciotomies) Radial Neck Fractures Discussion with Interactive Question Case Presentations and Panel•  lexible IM Fixation of Humerus F and Answer Session Discussion with Interactive Question Fractures Lunch and Answer SessionFaculty Surgical Demonstrations Light Dinner•  ercutaneous and Open Approaches to P Afternoon 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm the Elbow for Lateral Condyle, Medial Faculty Surgical Demonstrations Evening 6:15 pm – 8:30 pm •  perative Techniques for Fixation of O Lectures Epicondyle and Radial Neck Fractures Clavicle Fractures •  echnique of Spica Cast Application in T•  osterior Approach to the Elbow P for T-Condylar Fractures and Other •  eduction and Pinning of Supracondylar R Children: Pearls and Pitfalls Indications Fractures of the Humerus (Reduction •  reatment Strategies and Controversies T Techniques and Pin Configuration) in Supracondylar Humerus Fractures •  nterior Approaches to the Elbow and A •  Ask the Experts”: Case Presentations “ Forearm for Irreducible SCH Fractures, and Panel Discussion with Interactive Neurovascular Compromise and Forearm Questions and AnswersSATURDAY, JUNE 23 - skills courseMorning 8:00 am – 12:15 pm Case Presentations and Panel Faculty Surgical DemonstrationFaculty Surgical Demonstrations Discussion with Interactive Question •  nkle and Triplane Injuries: Assessment, A• ndications and Surgical Techniques for I and Answer Session Approaches and Operative Techniques Flexible IM Nailing of Femur Fractures Lunch HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB• ndications and Surgical Techniques for I •  nkle and Triplane Fracture Fixation with A Trochanteric Femoral Nailing Afternoon 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Physeal Preservation Faculty Surgical DemonstrationsHANDS-ON SKILLS LAB •  perative Management of Tibia O Faculty Surgical Demonstrations• Flexible IM Femoral Nailing Fractures: Indications and Surgical • n Situ Fixation for Moderate and I• Antegrade IM Femoral Nailing Technique for Flexible IM Nailing Severe SCFEFaculty Surgical Demonstration •  xternal Fixation for Open Fractures and E • Surgical Dislocation of the Hip•  ubmuscular Plating of Femur Fractures S Complex Trauma HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB in Children HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB •  urgical Dislocation and/or Pinning SHANDS-ON SKILLS LAB • Flexible IM Tibial Nailing of the Hip• Submuscular Plating for Femur Fractures •  xternal Fixation for Open Fractures and E Complex Trauma Webinar/Skills combination: 13 Credits of Surgical Skills + 4.75 Credits of Non-Skills Lecture Presentations = 17.75 Total Credits of Category 1 CME Webinar only: 1.75 Total Credits of Category 1 CME Course participants are required to complete an online evaluation form to receive CME credit AAOS members: Your CME transcript will list credits for participation approximately four weeks following the course.
  • 4. Course Directors AAOS Hip Preservation in theRafael J. Sierra, MD Adolescent and Young AdultJavad Parvizi, MD July 26–28, 2012 • Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL 70% Surgical Skills Learn current trends in surgical management ofFaculty adolescent and adult patients with pre-arthritic hip problemsPaul E. Beaule, MD Hone your knowledge and skills in the diagnosis and treatment of femoroacetabularJohn C. Clohisy, MD impingement, hip dysplasia, post-perthes hip, osteonecrosis, and post-SCFE deformities in the surgical skills lab. Discuss indications for surgical treatment of these conditions, andBenjamin Domb, MD gain hands-on skills instruction in hip arthroscopy, surgical hip dislocation, direct anterior FAIYoung Jo Kim, MD surgery, and peri-acetabular osteotomy. Explore the latest treatments for osteonecrosis in youngChristopher Larson, MD patients.Bruce A. Levy, MD Course highlights include:Michael B. Millis, MD •  orld experts in hip preservation discuss how to evaluate patients using modern imaging and W clinical acumenMichael A. Mont, MD •  hoosing the appropriate surgical procedure for the patient CDoug Naudie, MD •  ive joint preservation surgical procedures LChristopher L. Peters, MD •  earls and pitfalls in joint preservation P • Overview of FAI and hip dysplasiaDavid A. Podeszwa, MD •  onoperative and operative treatment options for early stages of asymptomatic hip NErnest L. Sink, MD Who should take this course?Daniel J. Sucato, MD This course benefits orthopaedic surgeons with an interest in pediatric and adolescent sportsRobert T. Trousdale, MD medicine, especially those who treat young athletes.Ira Zaltz, MD This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to:Course faculty subject to change •  valuate patients with femoroacetabular impingement and hip dysplasia and formulate a E surgical approach and treatment plan •  ompare and contrast techniques for treatment of FAI, including hip arthroscopy, mini open C approach and surgical hip dislocation • Compare and contrast various surgical treatment protocols for hip dysplasia •  escribe complications of peri-acetabular ostetomies and hip arthroscopy and D how to avoid them • Manage the diagnosis and treatment of patients with post perthes and SCFE deformities • Determine alternative treatments for osteonecrosis of the femoral head •  eview anatomy and basic science of the hip joint with special emphasis on surgical R approaches used for hip preservation How far will your skills advance in this course? Test yourself and find out!All faculty members have disclosed Before participating in a key surgical skills lab, complete the ‘Performance Checklist’potential conflicts of interest. These to evaluate your confidence at each stage of the procedure. Evaluate yourself againdisclosures can be viewed online at after the lab to find out exactly how far you have progressed. This distinctive AAOSwww.aaos.org under ‘Member Services’. CME offering creates the opportunity to reflect upon and pursue your desired performance level. Participation is voluntary and results are confidential.T
  • 5. THURSDAY, JULY 26Afternoon 3:30 pm – 8:00 pm • Acetabular Retroversion DeformityFemoroacetabular Impingement I • Coxa Profunda/Protrusio Hip •  urrent Indications for Surgical C•  he Patient with FAI: Clinical T Discussion Hip Dislocation Presentation Hip Arthroscopy • Treatment of Post Perthes Hip•  adiographic and Cross Sectional R Video Demonstrations • Treatment High Grade SCFE Deformity Imaging of Patients With FAI •  ortals, Capsulotomy, and Closure P DiscussionDiscussion •  am Decompression C Learning CurveFemoroacetabular Impingement II •  ow I Trim the Rim and Reattach H •  5 Years of Hip Joint Preservation 2• The Labrum the Labrum •  earning Curve L• Cam FAIFRIDAY, JULY 27Morning 7:10 am – 1:00 pm Lecture HANDS-ON SKILLS LABFaculty Surgical Demonstration •  ostop Rehabilitation: Protection P Surgical Hip Dislocation and Extension•  nterior Smith-Peterson Approach: A of Weight Bearing, Bracing and PT of the Approach for Managing Complex Rim Trimming, Labral Repair Protocols, DVT Prophylaxis, Perioperative Hip Patients ManagementHANDS-ON SKILLS LAB•  ip Arthroscopy: Rim Trimming, Femoral H Afternoon 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm Osteoplasty Labral Repair Faculty Surgical Demonstrations•  mith-Petersen Approach: Acetabular S •  rochanteric Osteotomy and T Evaluation, Cam Lesions Capsular ExposureLUNCH •  abral Takedown, Osteochondroplasty, LCase-Based Discussion, Faculty Extended Medial Retinacular FlapReviews, Audience Questions for Relative Neck Lengthening, Neck Osteotomies, and Head ReductionsSATURDAY, JULY 28Morning 7:00 am – 12:35 pm HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB Faculty DemonstrationsHip Dysplasia •  he Periacetabular Osteotomy: Approach, T •  ercutaneous Multiple Drilling and P• The Patient: Clinical Presentation Osteotomies, Fixation Trap Door Technique•  adiographs and Cross Sectional R •  ip Decompression, Bone H Working Lunch: Case-Based Imaging Marrow Injection DiscussionDiscussion LectureHip Dysplasia II Afternoon 12:35 pm – 5:30 pm • Is there a Role for Osteotomy?• Should We Open the Capsule? Osteonecrosis of the Hip Debate• Scope for Hip Dysplasia Treatment Lectures • Hip Arthroscopy for AVN?• Scope for Adjuvant Treatment of PAO •  he Patient: Presentation and T• PAO for Retroversion: When and How? Classifications HANDS-ON SKILLS LAB• Rehab and Perioperative Management •  on-operative Treatment Options for N •  ecompression Femoral Head DDiscussion Early Stages and Asymptomatic Hip (Preferred Technique) •  perative Treatment Options for Early OVideo Demonstrations Stages and Asymptomatic Hip•  natomic Approach to the Osteotomy A Discussion•  steotomies: Rectus Take Down, O Trans-Sartorius Technique CME Credit: 14.75 Credits of Surgical Skills + 6 Credits of Non-Skills Lecture Presentations = 20.75 Total Credits of Category 1 CME Course participants are required to complete an online evaluation form to receive CME credit AAOS members: Your CME transcript will list credits for participation approximately four weeks following the course.
  • 6. GENERAL INFORMATIONRefunds CME CreditRequests for refunds must be received in writing at the Academy office (AAOS, The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the6300 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018-4262) one week prior to the course. Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuingBeyond the deadline date, no monetary refund can be issued. Instead, a tuition medical education (CME) for physicians. The American Academy of Orthopaediccredit will be given toward another AAOS course held within one year. In all Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 17.75 AMA PRAinstances, a $100 processing fee will be charged. Category 1 Credits™ for Course #3256 and 20.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Course #3280.Refund Deadline Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Course participants are required to complete an (Webinar) Course #3287 June 12, 2012 online evaluation form to receive CME credit. AAOS members: Your CME Course #3256 June 14, 2012 transcript will list credits for participation approximately four weeks following Course #3280 July 18, 2012 the course.Housing Information For More InformationA block of rooms has been set aside at the hotel for course registrants. For detailed information on any of the Academy’s CME courses, use any ofPlease contact the number below to reserve your accommodations. All hotel these options:reservation requests must be secured with an advance room deposit. • Call AAOS Customer Service at 1-800-626-6726 • Outside the U.S., call +1-847-823-7186 • Go to the Academy’s website, www.aaos.org/coursesAAOS/POSNA Surgical Techniques for ManagingPediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Avoiding Pitfalls Discounted Airfare/Rental Carand Problems Call CorpTrav Management Group toll-free: 1-800-211-8016, or UnitedCourse #3256, Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL Airlines at 1-800-521-4041 to receive special discounts on United flightsWebinar component: June 12, 2012 – Reference# 549KDSkills component: June 22-23, 2012 For discount car rental, call Hertz Rent-a-car at 1-800-654-2240Hyatt Rosemont – Reference CV#02KS00176350 N. River Road Please specify you will be attending an American Academy of OrthopaedicRosemont, IL 60018 Surgeons’ CME course. (Individuals traveling from outside the U.S. and CanadaPhone: 1-888-421-1442 need to contact a travel agency or the airlines directly within their country.) Housing Reservation Deadline May 31, 2012 IMPORTANT: DO NOT make your airline reservation until you have received a confirmation of your course registration from AAOS. Please Room Rates: $150 night, plus call Customer Service at 1-800-626-6726 if you have any questions. Single or Double occupancy applicable taxes Course CancellationPlease specify that you will be attending the American Academy The Academy reserves the right to cancel a course thirty (30) days prior to theof Orthopaedic Surgeons Pediatric Trauma course. course date. Any person who has registered for the course will be notified by email at the address noted in the AAOS member database. A telephone callAAOS Hip Preservation in the Adolescent will also be made to each registrant for whom a number is available. Persons whose registration is received after a course is cancelled will be notified byand Young Adult telephone and email. Registration fees will be refunded in full. However, otherCourse #3280, Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL costs incurred by the registrant, such as airline or hotel penalties are theHyatt Rosemont responsibility of the registrant.6350 N. River RoadRosemont, IL 60018 Please Register Early! Phone: 1-888-421-1442 Courses are frequently oversubscribed. Deadlines and registration limits enable Housing Reservation Deadline July 5, 2012 the Academy to con­­ your regis­­­ firm tration. If you have not received confirmation from the AAOS by mail or email prior to your departure for the course, please Room Rates: $150 night, plus tomer Service ­ t 1-800-626-6726. contact Cus­­­ a Single or Double occupancy applicable taxes The Aca­­­demy cannot be responsible for expenses incurred by an individualPlease specify that you will be attending the American Academy who is not con­­­firmed and for whom space is not avail­ ble at the course. Costs aof Orthopaedic Surgeons Hip Preservation course. incurred by the registrant, such as air­ine or hotel penal­­ are the responsi­ l ties bility of the regis­rant. tMake Your Housing Reservation Now! The Academy cannot guarantee a room or special room rate for anyone who Final Course Informationregisters for the course after the housing deadline. If the room block fills prior Final course information will be available on the Academy’s website oneto the deadline, the hotel cannot guarantee availability and/or the special month prior to the course date. This information will not be mailed to you. GoAAOS rate. Housing reservations may be available online. Go to the Academy’s to www.aaos.org/3256, or www.aaos.org/3280, and click on “View Finalwebsite at www.aaos.org/3256, or www.aaos.org/3280, and click on the Course Information.”“housing reservations online link.”
  • 7. Four easy ways to register! REGISTRATION FORM 1.  hone AAOS toll-free at 1-800-626-6726 P Course Tuition Registration fee includes course materials, syllabus, DVD with surgical demonstrations, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, breakfasts and refreshment breaks. Lunches are included for all full-day sessions of a Central Time. Customers outside the U.S. and course. Enrollment is limited to 96 participants for Course #3256 and 96 participants Canada, call +1-847-823-7186. for Course #3280. 2.  ax your registration form and credit card F New, lower tuition for AAOS members! information to 1-800-823-8025. Customers AAOS/POSNA Surgical Techniques for Managing outside the U.S. and Canada, fax to Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Avoiding Pitfalls +1-847-823-8025. and Problems – Webinar/Skills combination 3.  nline via the Academy’s website at O Course #3256 • Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL www.aaos.org/courses, then select the June 12, 2012 (Webinar) and June 22–23, 2012 (Skills course) course you wish to attend. Check only one AAOS/POSNA Member/Candidate Member/International Member............$1,559 4.  ail your registration form with check to M Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon/International Nonmember..................$1,895 AAOS, P.O. Box 75838, Chicago, Illinois AAOS/POSNA Resident Member/Resident/ 60675-5838. Send credit card payment Post-residency Fellow/Military*...............................................................$1,359 directly to AAOS, 6300 N. River Road, AAOS/POSNA Emeritus Member..............................................................$1,659 Rosemont, Illinois 60018-4262. Priority Code: 3479 AAOS/POSNA Surgical Techniques for Managing Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Avoiding Pitfalls Tuition enclosed $ and Problems – Webinar only U.S. Dollars, pay­ ble to American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons a Course #3287 Print name and Member ID: June 12, 2012 (Webinar only) Check only one Academy ID# AAOS/POSNA Member/Candidate Member/International Member.................$39 Name Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon/International Nonmember.......................$59 AAOS/POSNA Resident Member/Resident/ Address Post-residency Fellow/Military*....................................................................$29 Address AAOS/POSNA Emeritus Member...................................................................$39 * AAOS members in active U.S. military duty City State New, lower tuition for AAOS members! Zip Country AAOS Hip Preservation in the Adolescent Work Telephone and Young Adult Fax Number Course #3280 July 26–28, 2012 • Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL Home Telephone Check only one AAOS Member/Candidate Member/International Member........................$1,559 E-mail Address Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon/International Nonmember..................$1,895 Visa MasterCard American Express AAOS Resident Member/Resident/ Post-residency Fellow/Military*...............................................................$1,359 Card Number AAOS Emeritus Member..........................................................................$1,659 * AAOS members in active U.S. military duty Expiration date Check here if ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accommo­ ation is desired. An AAOS staff person will d Participants in Academy surgical skills programs must have completed or be currently contact you. enrolled in a residency program accredited by either the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Surgeons from outside of the United States are required to have similar residency program credentials.Enroll today! Call 1-800-626-6726
  • 8. NONPROFIT ORG 6300 North River Road U.S. POSTAGE Rosemont, Illinois PAID 60018 AMZOAAOS/POSNA SurgicalTechniques for ManagingPediatric Orthopaedic Trauma –Avoiding Pitfalls and ProblemsGregory A. Mencio, MD and Kenneth J. Noonan, MDCourse DirectorsAAOS Hip Preservation in theAdolescent and Young AdultRafael J. Sierra, MD and Javad Parvizi, MDCourse Directors 2/12 40M Ver#1 AAOS/POSNA Surgical Techniques for Managing Pediatric Orthopaedic Trauma – Avoiding Pitfalls and Problems Webinar component: June 12, 2012 Skills component: June 22-23, 2012 Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL Course highlights include: • Intramedullary fixation for pediatric forearm fractures • Surgical approach for intracapsular femoral neck fractures • Open and minimally invasive fixation of ankle and triplane fractures • Debates on controversial issues in pediatric musculoskeletal trauma AAOS Hip Preservation in the Adolescent and Young Adult July 26–28, 2012 Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IL Course highlights include: • Live joint preservation surgical procedures • Pearls and pitfalls in joint preservation • Overview of FAI and hip dysplasia • Nonoperative and operative treatment options for early stages of asymptomatic hip