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Arthroscopic Shoulder and Elbow Surgery: An International Perspective
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Arthroscopic Shoulder and Elbow Surgery: An International Perspective


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  • 1. Page 1 of 4 American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Arthroscopic Shoulder and Elbow Surgery: An International Perspective Felix H. Savoie, III, MD, Program Director Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD, President Saturday, October 12, 2013 The Bellagio Las Vegas, Nevada As of 7/18/2013 Preliminary Agenda (Schedule Subject to Change) 7:30 am Welcome and Opening Comments Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD, President SESSION I: SHOULDER INSTABILITY Moderator: James E. Tibone, MD 7:35 am Evaluation of the Unstable Shoulder: What Is Really the Best Way to Examine the Shoulder Edward G. McFarland, MD 7:45 am Arthroscopic Treatment of Traumatic Instability: How to Get the Best Results Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD 7:55 am Back to the Future: Why I Prefer Open Repair of Traumatic Unidirectional Anterior Instability Rather than Arthroscopic Repair Gary M. Gartsman, MD 8:05 am Bone Reconstruction Procedures: When to Do Them, and Which Technique to Choose? T. Bradley Edwards, MD 8:15 am Technique Video 1: Arthroscopic Latarjet: Non Capsular Destroying Technique Laurence D. Higgins, MD 8:20 am Technique Video 2: Allograft Reconstruction of Bone Defects Anthony A. Romeo, MD 8:25 am Technique Video 3: Arthroscopic Bristow-Bankart: The Belt and Suspenders Operation Pascal Boileau, MD 8:30 am Posterior Instability: Indications and Technique Michael G. Ciccotti, MD 8:40 am MDI of the Shoulder: History and Current Status: What Is It Really, When Is Surgery Indicated and What Is the Best Way To Fix It? Russell F. Warren, MD 8:55 am Summary of the Morning and Questions to the Audience and Speakers Robert T. Burks, MD
  • 2. Page 2 of 4 SESSION II: SLAP AND BICEPS Moderator: Richard K.N. Ryu, MD 9:20 am Physical Exam for Slap Tears: Is There a Reproducible Exam? W. Benjamin Kibler, MD 9:30 am SLAP Tears: Who To Fix, When To Do It And How? David W. Altchek, MD 9:40 am SGHL Lesions and Antero-Superior Instability: Does It Exist and When to Fix It If It Does Alessandro Castagna, MD 9:50 am Biceps Tenodesis: Should We Just Do This on Everyone and Forget the 3 Previous Talks? When and How To Do It Anthony A. Romeo, MD 10:00 am Questions to the Audience and Speakers: Case Presentations Cases: Osvandre Lech, MD 10:25 – 10:45 am Break SESSION III: ROTATOR CUFF Moderator: Richard J. Hawkins, MD 10:45 am Biology of the Rotator Cuff and How Do Repairs Heal – If They Do: Current Concepts Joshua S. Dines, MD 10:55 am Technique Video 4: Pasta Repair Robert H. Bell, MD 11:00 am Technique Video 5: Single Row RCR Jonathan B. Ticker, MD 11:05 am Technique Video 6: Double Row RCR Stephen S. Burkhart, MD 11:10 am Revision Rotator Cuff Repair: Indications/Techniques/Factors in Success Xavier A. Duralde, MD 11:20 am Analysis of Rotator Cuff Repair Techniques: What Should We Really Be Doing? Richard J. Hawkins, MD 11:30 am Suprascapular Nerve Release: When Should We Really Be Doing It with Rotator Cuff Tears Jon J.P. Warner, MD 11:40 am Biologics: Patches and Growth Factors: What Can We Do Now? Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD 11:50 am – 1:30 pm Lunch & Industry Workshops
  • 3. Page 3 of 4 SESSION IV: MISCELLANEOUS SHOULDER Moderator: Gerald R. Williams, Jr., MD 1:30 pm Adhesive Capsultits: Non Op and Op Rx, When to Pull the Trigger on the Stiff Post Op Shoulder, Release/Replace/Other Options? Gerald R. Williams, Jr., MD 1:40 pm Calcific Tendonitis: What Is It Really and How to Best Treat It David M. Dines, MD 1:50 pm AC Instability: When and How to Fix, What are the Problems and the Solutions Mark A. Mighell, MD 2:00 pm Arthroscopy and Glenohumeral Arthritis: What Can We Really Do with The Scope? Evan L. Flatow, MD 2:10 pm Resurfacing for GH Arthritis: Can It Work, What are the Results, Compare to TSA Sumant G. Krishnan, MD 2:20 pm My Thoughts on the Subjects Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, PhD 2:30 pm Interactive Discussion with the Audience W.Z. (Buz) Burkhead, Jr., MD 2:50 – 3:10 pm Break SESSION V: ELBOW Moderator: Shawn W. O’Driscoll, PhD, MD 3:10 pm Basics of Elbow Arthroscopy Larry D. Field, MD 3:20 pm Technique Video 7: Lateral Epicondylitis Champ L. Baker, Jr., MD 3:25 pm Technique Video 8: Arthroscopic RH Excision Kevin D. Plancher, MD 3:30 pm Technique Video 9: Open Radial Head Replacement Graham J.W. King, MD 3:35 pm Arthroscopy for Arthritis Matthew L. Ramsey, MD 3:45 pm Post Traumatic Arthrofibrosis: Tips on How to Treat, When to Scope and When to Open Shawn W. O’Driscoll, PhD, MD
  • 4. Page 4 of 4 3:55 pm Valgus Instability in Throwers: PRP vs. Repair vs. Reconstruction: What and When? Neal S. ElAttrache, MD 4:10 pm Elbow Arthroscopy for Fractures: Tips on How to Make It Work and When to Try It? Michael Hausman, MD 4:20 pm Elbow Arthroscopy: The Future – Instability Repair, Triceps Repair, Resurfacing Felix H. Savoie, III, MD 4:30 pm Elbow Arthroscopy: Complications of Elbow Arthroscopy and What to Look For Ken Yamaguchi, MD 4:40 pm Special Tips on How to Keep Arthroscopy Safe: Words of Wisdom for All of Us Bernard F. Morrey, MD 4:50 pm Panel Discussion with the Audience: Case Presentation Shawn W. O’Driscoll, PhD, MD 5:10 pm Adjourn and Closing Remarks Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD 5:30 – 7:30 pm Reception Special Lecture: The Value of What We Do for Our Patients – How to Preserve, Protect and Improve Bernard F. Morrey, MD, and Jon J.P. Warner, MD