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  • 1. Total CME’s = 19.0AAOS/ASES Shoulder Arthroplasty: State of the Art #3270November 15-17, 2012; OLC, Rosemont, ILEvan L. Flatow, MD and John W. Sperling, MD; Course Directors As of 6/26/2012DAILY SCHEDULETHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 154:30 pm Early Registration (OLC Registration Desk) Refreshments (Northeast Room)5:00 pm Surgical Approach and Technique Videos Bradford Parsons, MD and April Armstrong, MD8:00 pm AdjournFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 166:30 am Registration (OLC Registration Desk) Continental Breakfast (Northeast Room)6:55 Welcome Remarks Evan L. Flatow, MD and John W. Sperling, MDARTHRITISModerator: William Levine, MD7:00 Shoulder Arthritis: Diagnosis and Preop Evaluation Gregg Nicholson, MD7:15 The Young Patient: Resurfacing Options including Biologic Interposition Reuben Gobezie, MD FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION7:30 Surface Replacement Moderator: William Levine, MD Demonstrator: David N. Collins, MD HANDS-ON SURGICAL SKILLS LAB8:00-8:45 Deltopectoral Exposure and Surface Replacement Lab Leader: April Armstrong, MD Lab Instructors: ALL FACULTY8:45 Approach and Subscapularis Options Guido Marra, MD9:00 Humeral Cuts: Principles and Practice Evan L. Flatow, MD9:15 Refreshment Break
  • 2. 9:30 How to Expose and Replace the Glenoid Bradford Parsons, MD9:45 Avoiding Complications and Revision TSA Edward V. Craig, MD FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION10:00 Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Moderator: Leesa M. Galatz, MD Demonstrator: Thomas B. Edwards, MD10:45 Panel Discussion: Surface Replacement and Total Shoulder Replacement Moderator: Edward V. Craig, MD Panel: Drs. Flatow, Gobezie, Marra, Nicholson, Parsons11:30 Lunch/CASE Presentations Michele T. Glasgow, MD and Tom Karnezis, MD HANDS-ON SURGICAL SKILLS LAB12:15-1:45 pm Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Lab Leader: Alicia Harrison, MD Lab Instructors: ALL FACULTYFRACTURE/TRAUMAModerator: David Dines, MD1:45 What to do for Complex Proximal Humerus Fractures: How Our Thinking Has Evolved Leesa Galatz, MD2:00 HHR for Fracture: Technique and Pitfalls David M. Dines, MD2:15 Reverse for Acute and Chronic Trauma Tom Norris, MD2:30 Refreshment Break FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION2:45 HHR for Fracture Moderator: Tom Norris, MD Demonstrator: Thomas W. Wright, MD FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION3:35 Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty for Fracture Moderator: Bradford Edwards, MD Demonstrator: Mark A. Frankle, MD4:30 Adjourn5:00-7:00 Welcome Reception (Hyatt Rosemont Hotel)
  • 3. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 176:30 am Continental Breakfast (Northeast Room)7:00 Announcements Evan L. Flatow, MD and John W. Sperling, MD, MBA7:05 Panel Discussion: Arthroplasty for Trauma Moderator: Bradford Parsons, MD Panel: Drs. Dines, Frankle, Galatz, Norris, Wright HANDS-ON SURGICAL SKILLS LAB7:50 HHR for Fracture and Tuberosity Repair Lab Leader: Jonathan P. Braman, MD Lab Instructors: ALL FACULTY8:50 Refreshment BreakCUFF TEAR ARTHROPATHY AND REVERSE TSAModerator: Andrew Green, MD9:05 Cuff Tear Arthropathy; Evaluation and Preoperative Planning; Indications for HHR vs Reverse TSR John W. Sperling,, MD9:20 Reverse TSR for Cuff Tear Arthroplasty: Technique Mark A. Frankle, MD9:35 Reverse TSR for Revision William Levine, MD FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION9:50 Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Deltopectoral Approach Moderator: Guido Marra, MD Demonstrator: John W. Sperling, MD FACULTY SURGICAL DEMONSTRATION10:50 Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Superior Approach Moderator: Dave Collins, MD Demonstrator: Evan L. Flatow, MD11:30 Lunch12:00 Humeral Component Removal Techniques Thomas B. Edwards, MD12:15 Complications of Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty and How to Avoid Them Andrew Green, MD
  • 4. HANDS-ON SURGICAL SKILLS LAB12:30 Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Lab Leader Jeff Visotsky, MD Lab Instructors: ALL FACULTY2:00 Panel Discussion Reverse TSA Moderator: John W. Sperling, MD Panel: Drs. Collins, Edwards, Frankle, Green, Levine2:45 Course AdjournsThe American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. The American Academy ofOrthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 19.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
  • 5. COURSE DIRECTORSEvan L. Flatow, MD John W. Sperling, MD, MBAMount Sinai Medical Center Mayo ClinicNew York, NY Rochester, MN===========================================================================FACULTYApril Armstrong, MDPenn State Alicia K. Harrison, MDHershey, PA University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MNJonathan P. Braman, MDUniversity of Minnesota Medical School Tom A. Karnezis, MDMinneapolis, MN The Illinois Orthopaedic & Hand Center Elk Grove Village, ILDavid N. Collins, MDArkansas Specialty Orthopaedics William Levine, MDLittle Rock, AR Columbia University Medical Center New York, NYEdward V. Craig, MDHospital for Special Surgery Guido Marra, MDNew York, NY Loyola University Medical Center Maywood, ILDavid Dines, MDHospital for Special Surgery Gregory P. Nicholson, MDNew York, NY Midwest Orthopaedics Chicago, ILT. Brad Edwards, MDFondren Orthopaedic Group Tom R. Norris, MDHouston, TX California Pacific Medical Center San Francisco, CAMark A. Frankle, MDFlorida Orthopaedic Institute Bradford Parsons, MDTemple Terrace, FL Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, NYLeesa M. Galatz, MDWashington University Orthopedics Jeffrey Visotsky, MDSt. Louis, MO Illinois Bone and Joint Institute Glenview, ILMichele T. Glasgow, MDMidwest Orthopaedic Institute Thomas W Wright, MDSycamore, IL Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute University of FloridaReuben Gobezie, MD Gainesville, FLCleveland, OHAndrew Green, MDWarren Alpert Medical SchoolBrown UniversityProvidence, RI
  • 6. AAOS Faculty Members Disclosure Summary Todays Date: Jun 26, 2012Disclosure Information for Faculty Members of Course:AAOS/ASES Shoulder Arthroplasty: Surgical Indications and Techniques - (CourseNumber 1203270 ). April D Armstrong, MD (Faculty) 6 (Zimmer - for research study - 20 glenoid components);7 (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American - Shoulder and Elbow Highlights Editorial Board);8 (Techniques in shoulder and elbow surgery);9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/03/2012. * Jonathan Patrick Braman, MD (Faculty) 8 (Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; ; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American Shoulder and Elbow Newsletter);9 (AAOS -- Test Writing Committee); Submitted on: 04/13/2012. * Nancy Cocalis (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 05/30/2012. * David N Collins, MD (Faculty) 1 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company);3B (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company);9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 05/22/2012. * Edward V Craig, MD (Faculty) 1 (Biomet);2 (Biomet);3B (Biomet);7 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);8 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);9 (AAOS; American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/04/2012.* David M Dines, MD (Faculty) 1 (Biomet; Tornier);3B (Biomimetic; Biomet; Tornier);6 (Biomet; Biomimetic; Tornier);7 (Saunders/Mosby-Elsevier; Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery);8 (Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery);9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/14/2012. * Evan L Flatow, MD (Director) 1 (Innomed; Zimmer); 2 (Zimmer); 3C (Zimmer); 7 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins); 8 (Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery); Submitted on: 05/07/2012. * Mark A Frankle, MD (Faculty) 1 (DJ Orthopaedics; DJ Orthopaedics);2 (DJ Orthopaedics;);3B (DJ Orthopaedics);3C (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company);5 (DJ Orthopaedics);6 (DJ Orthopaedics);9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons; AAOS; Florida Medical Association); Submitted on: 04/30/2012. * Leesa M Galatz, MD (Faculty) 3C (Tornier);8 (Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery);9 (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/19/2012. * Michele T Glasgow, MD (Faculty) 4 (Pfizer); Submitted on: 06/04/2010. * Reuben Gobezie, MD (Faculty) 1 (Arthrex, Inc);3B (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier);5 (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier; );7 (Saunders/Mosby-Elsevier);8 (Advances in Orthopaedics); Submitted on: 05/01/2012. * Andrew Green, MD (Faculty) 1 (Tornier); 3B (Tornier); 4 (IlluminOss Medical; Pfizer); 6
  • 7. (Arthrex, Inc; Linvatec; Smith & Nephew; Synthes); 7 (Elsevier; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American); 8 (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - American; Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery); 9 (AAOS; AAOS; American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/30/2012. * Alicia Karin Harrison, MD (Faculty) 9 (American College of Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/17/2012. * Tom A Karnezis, MD (Faculty) (n) Submitted on: 07/03/2010. * Guido Marra, MD (Faculty) 3B (Zimmer); Submitted on: 05/23/2012. * Phyllis McQueen (Staff) 4 (Amgen Co; Pfizer; Stericycle; Teva); Submitted on: 02/21/2012. * Howard Mevis (Staff) 4 (GE Healthcare; 3M);9 (Orthopaedic Learning Center); Submitted on: 04/04/2012. * Gregory P Nicholson, MD (Faculty) 1 (Innomed; Zimmer);3B (Zimmer; Tornier);4 (Zimmer);5 (EBI; Tornier; Zimmer);7 (SLACK Incorporated); Submitted on: 04/28/2012. * Tom R Norris, MD (Faculty) 1 (Tornier);2 (Tornier);3B (Tornier);4 (Tornier);5 (Tornier);6 (Tornier); Submitted on: 04/02/2012. * Bradford Parsons, MD (Committee Liaison) 2 (Zimmer; Arthrex, Inc);3B (Zimmer; Arthrex, Inc);5 (Wyeth); Submitted on: 04/25/2012. * Matthew Lee Ramsey, MD (Committee Liaison) 1 ((Integra) Ascension; Zimmer); 3B (Integra (Ascension); Zimmer); 5 (Integra (Ascension); Zimmer); 7 (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins; Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins); 8 (Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; Orthopedics Today); 9 (AAOS; Philadelphia Orthopaedic Society; Rothman Institute ; Rothman Specialty Hospital); Submitted on: 04/23/2012. * Ro Simon (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 01/27/2012. * John William Sperling, MD, MBA (Director) 1 (Biomet; DJ Orthopaedics;);3B (Tornier;);4 (Emerge medical; Tornier;);8 (Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery; SLACK Incorporated;); Submitted on: 04/03/2012. * Cynthia Tyska (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 04/04/2012. * Ben Varnau (Staff) 4 (Organovo Holdings, Inc.); Submitted on: 05/14/2012. * Jeffrey L Visotsky, MD (Faculty) 4 (Arthrocare; Johnson & Johnson); Submitted on: 10/11/2010. * Thomas W Wright, MD (Faculty) 1 (Exactech, Inc);4 (Exactech, Inc);5 (Exactech, Inc);7 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);8 (Journal of Hand Surgery - American); Submitted on: 04/30/2012. ** Disclosure Items Answered: (n) = Respondent answered No to all items indicating noconflicts.1= Royalties from a company or supplier; 2= Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a
  • 8. 1= Royalties from a company or supplier; 2= Speakers bureau/paid presentations for acompany or supplier; 3A= Paid employee for a company or supplier; 3B= Paid consultant for acompany or supplier; 3C= Unpaid consultant for a company or supplier; 4= Stock or stockoptions in a company or supplier; 5= Research support from a company or supplier as a PI; 6=Other financial or material support from a company or supplier; 7= Royalties, financial ormaterial support from publishers; 8= Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governingboard; 9= Board member/committee appointments for a society.