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  • 1. Arthroscopy Association of North America Masters Experience Arthroscopic Surgical Skills Series 2012 Course CatalogFeaturing: Knee, Shoulder, Wrist/Elbow, Foot/Ankle, Hip, & Resident
  • 2. The Arthroscopy Association of North America’s Masters Experience The Perfect Blend of the Proven and the Cutting Edge Experience how physicians from all over the world have improved their surgical skills during the past 19 years at AANA’s Masters Experience Courses The “One-on-One” Masters Experience is a distinctive learning opportunity for Orthopaedic Surgeons! “One-on-One” means each participant will have their own cadaveric specimen and assist a partner for a complete and equal surgical learning experience. • The main focus is surgical skills education. • Concentrated, 2-day, hands-on lab courses present the latest diagnostic, excisional, and reconstructive techniques in knee, shoulder, foot & ankle, hip, and wrist & elbow arthroscopy. • Each participant has his/her own cadaveric specimen and one scope to be shared between lab partners. • One Associate Master Instructor per two surgeons operating at a given time provides personalized instruction. • A world-class faculty. • High lab to lecture time ratio. • Equipment from numerous manufacturers available. • An objective, unbiased approach to all subject matter. • Courses take place at the Orthopaedic Learning Center - a state- of-the-art instructional facility minutes away from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. To have your own scope and specimen, bring your own P.A. or 1st Assistant! (a limited number per course available) This is your chance to improve your technique, regardless of your current skill level, under ideal conditions and with exceptional, individualized instruction. Learn how AANA has earned its position as the leader in arthroscopic skills education. About AANA The Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) was formed in 1981 and is the primary source of continuing medical education for prac- ticing arthroscopists. It is the most respected conduit for new techniques and information concerning the subspecialty. The Association’s guidelines virtually define the practice of arthroscopic surgery. The collective vision of the membership defines the future of the discipline. Arthroscopy Association of North America 6300 North River Road, Suite 104 Rosemont, Illinois 60018 [P] 847/292-2262 [F] 847/292-22682 www.aana.org info@aana.org 2
  • 3. Wrist & Elbow CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 16.5 per course 48 June 2-3 Course 108 Daniel J. Nagle, MD James C. Y. Chow, MD William B. Geissler, MD Michael J. Moskal, MD Objectives Participant will be able to: Wrist • Understand operating room set up for optimal success with wrist arthroscopy. • Understand portal anatomy and diagnostic arthroscopy of the wrist. • Establish radiocarpal and midcarpal standard portals. • Develop techniques to have a clear view of the radiocarpal and midcarpal joint. • Understand the arthroscopic management of the wrist instabilites. • Learn techniques of operative debridement and repair of TFCC lesions. • Learn indications and techniques for arthroscopic management of distal radius and scaphoid fractures. • Develop skills in endoscopic carpal/cubital tunnel release. Elbow • Understand operating room set up for optimal safe and effective arthroscopy. • Demonstrate portal placement for successful elbow arthroscopy. • Review techniques for treatment of OCD, lateral epicondylitis and arthrofibrosis in the elbow. • Understand the arthroscopic management of arthritis including ulnohumeral arthroplasty. At the end of the course, the participant will dissect the specimen to review the anatomy and evaluate the procedures performed in both the wrist and elbow. Cadaver LabSaturday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am - 12:30 pmWrist Lab Elbow Lab• Portals and Diagnostic Arthroscopy and • Portals and Arthroscopic Anatomy Removal of Loose Bodies • Diagnostic Arthroscopy and Loose• TFCC Repair: Whipple, Touhy Body Removal• Ligamentum Subcruentum Repair • Olecranon Spur Excision• TFCC Debridement and Ulnar Shortening • Radial Head Excision• Dorsal Ganglionectomy and Radial • Arthroscopic Ulnohumeral Styloidectomy Arthroplasty• Intercarpal Pinning • ECRB Release• ARIF Scaphoid • Capsular Release• ARIF Distal Radius Fracture • Endoscopic Cubital Tunnel Release• CMC & MCP Arthroscopy• Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release• Arthroscopic Management Wrist Ganglions Saturday Evening Refreshments and Roundtable Discussion with Faculty www.aana.org 3
  • 4. Shoulder CME Credits 18.5 per course April 27-29 September 7-9 Course 107 Course 111 Felix H. Savoie, III, MD Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD Patrick St. Pierre, MD Robert H. Bell, MD Anthony A. Romeo, MD Laurence D. Higgins, MD William B. Stetson, MD Ben Shaffer, MDObjectivesThe participant will understand the indications for surgery and the principles of surgicaltechniques in order to improve competence and skill in preforming arthroscopic proceduresin the shoulder including:• Diagnostic arthroscopy of the gleno-humeral joint and subacromial space.• Normal intra-articular structures, pathology and anatomic variations.• Knot tying techniques.• Indications and techniques for SLAP repair.• Subacromial decompression and A-C joint resection.• Stabilization techniques for both anterior and posterior instability repairs, labral repair, capsular plication and interval closure.• Insertional anatomy and tear patterns associated with rotator cuff injuries.• Various techniques for single and double row repair.• Pathology of the biceps tendon and indications for tenotomy and tenodesis• Subscapularis repair.• Introduction to advanced shoulder procedures including the LatarJet procedure and arthroscopic release of the suprascapular nerve. Participants will be partnered depending on skill level. At the end of the course, the participant will dissect the specimen to review the anatomy and evaluate the procedures performed. Friday Evening 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Lectures • Overview of Positioning of Shoulder Arthroscopy and Proper Portal Placement Techniques • Arthroscopic Anterior Bankart Repair • Posterior Instability Repair • MDI/Arthroscopic Management • SLAP Repair Indications and Techniques • Interval Closure When, Why and Where • Knot Tying Lab and ALEX Dry Model Lab 4 www.aana.org 4
  • 5. Basic to Advanced Maximum Enrollment 48 October 19-21 Course 114 Scott E. Powell, MD F. Alan Barber, MD William J. Ciccone, II, MD Benjamin D. Rubin, MDSaturday Cadaver Lab7:00 am – 5:00 pmLectures • Diagnostic Arthroscopy• Patterns of Rotator Cuff • Anterior Reconstruction with Bankart Repair Tears • Posterior Labral Repair• PASTA Tears When and • SLAP Repair How to Repair • Biceps Tenotomy/Tenodesis• Single Row Repair • Subacromial Decompression AC Joint Resection• Double Row Repair • Creation of Rotator Cuff Tear• Subscapularis Repair • Rotator Cuff Repair Using Single Row Technique• Dealing with the Massive • Understand and Complete Double Row Rotator Rotator Cuff Tear Cuff Technique• Biceps Pathology Indications • Subscapularis Repair for Tenotomy or Tenodesis• Arthroscopic AC Joint Resection• Indications and Technique for Subacromial Decompression Saturday Evening • Refreshments and Roundtable Discussion with FacultySunday Cadaver Lab7:00 am- 12:30pmLectures• Arthroscopic AC Joint • Complete Rotator Cuff Repairs Reconstruction • Suprascapular Nerve Release• Dealing with Bone Loss • AC Joint Reconstruction and Instability Including the • Open AC Joint Reconstruction LatarJet Procedure • LatarJet Reconstruction• Indications and Technique • Gross Dissection of Shoulder Specimen for Suprascapular Nerve Release• Capsular Release for Adhesive Capsulitis www.aana.org 5
  • 6. Knee New Horizons: Advances in Knee Surgery Ligament Focus CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 17.5 per course 48 March 9-11 Course 105 Ligament Walter R. Shelton, MD Freddie H. Fu, MD Peter R. Kurzweil, MD Donald H. Johnson, MDObjectivesUpon completion of this course the participant will be familiar with:• Single and Double Bundle Anatomic ACL Reconstruction• Single and Double Bundle PCL Reconstruction• Posterolateral Corner Reconstruction• Posteromedial Reconstruction• Revision ACL Reconstruction• Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation• Meniscus Repair• Meniscus TransplantationAt the completion of this course the registrants will be knowledgeable about ACL,PCL, posterolateral, posteromedial reconstruction, osteochondral allograft andmeniscal transplantation, and meniscus repair. There is also the option for anatomicknee dissection on the final day. Friday Evening Saturday Evening 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Refreshments and Roundtable Lectures Discussion with Faculty Saturday Sunday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm 7:00 am - 12:30 pm Lectures Lectures Topics coincide with the lab. Topics coincide with the lab. Cadaver Lab Saturday Sunday Meniscus Surgery PCL Reconstruction continued Menisectomy Posterolateral Reconstruction Meniscus Repair Posteromedial Reconstruction Meniscal Fixators Osteochondral Allograft ACL Reconstruction Transplantation Graft Harvesting Meniscus Transplantation • Hamstring Tendons Anatomical Surgical Dissection • Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone • Quadriceps Tendon Single Bundle Reconstruction Double Bundle Reconstruction Revision ACL Reconstruction PCL Reconstruction Single Bundle Double Bundle Tibial Inlay 6 www.aana.org 6
  • 7. Knee New Horizons: Advances in Knee Surgery Cartilage Focus CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 16.5 per course 48 October 5-7 Course 113 Cartilage Robert E. Hunter, MD Jack M. Bert, MD Jack Farr, II, MD Anthony A. Schepsis, MDObjectivesUpon completion of this course the participant will be familiar with:• Meniscal Allograft Transplantation• Osteochondral Allografts and Autografts• Bone/Tissue Scaffold Grafts• Chondrocyte Transplantation• Marrow Stimulation Techniques• Open Wedge Tibial Osteotomy• Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty• Non-Biologic Resurfacing OptionsAt the completion of this course the registrants will be knowledgeable about meniscaltransplantation, and current approaches for the treatment of articular cartilage defects.There is also the option for high tibial osteotomy, unicompartmental arthroplasty, andanatomic knee dissection on the final day.Friday Evening Cadaver Lab6:00 pm – 8:00 pmLectures Saturday• Meniscus: Tear Management • Medial Meniscal Transplantation• Articular Cartilage Lesions • Autogenous Osteochondral Transfer• Meniscal Allografts: Indications • Transplant Procedures & Techniques • Microfractures • Osteochondral Allografts • Synthetic Bone GraftingSaturday • Non-Biologic Resurfacing Options7:00 am - 4:00 pm • Joint ResurfacingLecturesTopics coincide with the lab. Sunday • Open Wedge Tibial OsteotomySaturday Evening • Osteochondral GraftingRefreshments and Roundtable • Unicompartmental ArthroplastyDiscussion with Faculty • Gross Anatomical DissectionSunday7:00 am -12:30 pmLectures• Osteochondral Grafting• Closing Wedge• Opening Wedge• Unicompartmental Arthroplasty www.aana.org 7
  • 8. Knee Patellofemoral Surgery From Instability to Arthroplasty CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 13.5 per course 48 January 20-21 Course 102 Patellofemoral John P. Fulkerson, MD Jack Farr, II, MD Jason L. Koh, MD Anthony A. Schepsis, MDThis course is jointly sponsored by the Arthroscopy Association of North Americaand the Patellofemoral Foundation.About the Patellofemoral FoundationThe Patellofemoral Foundation’s mission is to improve the care of individuals withanterior knee pain and instability through targeted education and research. The SpecificGoals of the Patellofemoral Foundation are as follows: Research: Fund and/or rewardcarefully selected scientific efforts that study the causes, prevention, and treatmentof patellofemoral disorders; Education: Provide focused educational sports medicinemeetings in various locations to educate health care professionals about preventionand proper care of patients and athletes with patellofemoral pain and instability;Innovation: Find new and improved methods for treating patients with patellofemoralpain, emphasizing minimal intervention and non-surgical methods; Awareness: Enhanceawareness of patellofemoral problems, the prevalence of patellofemoral pain, and theimpact on athletes, workers, and the economy. For more information please visit thePatellofemoral Foundations’ website: www.patellofemoral.orgObjectives Lecture & Cadaver Lab• Understand patellofemoral surgical anatomy and biomechanics. Saturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm• Learn appropriate indications for MPFL restoration and MPFL • Overview of PF Surgical Management: reconstruction. Instability• Understand when and how to • Medial Soft Tissue Surgery improve patellofemoral articular • Lateral Retinacular Surgery loading and balance by tibial • Live Demo: MPFL & Lateral tubercle transfer. Retinaculum Anatomy• Learn patellofemoral joint • Proximal Mechanism Surgery preservation techniques. MPFL• Learn logical approaches to Lateral Retinaculum treating patients with patello- • Tuberosity Surgery with Discussion femoral pain and instability. • Chondral Defects and Arthritis:• Learn practical surgical pearls for Non-Arthroplasty Treatment excellence in patellofemoral • Patellofemoral Arthroplasty surgery. • Trochleoplasty• Improve patellofemoral surgery • Live Demos followed by Participant skills. Hands on Cadaver Chondral defects Friday Evening Tibial Tuberosity 5:00 pm-8:30 pm Arthroplasty Lectures • Case Presentations and Discussions: • Anatomy and Imaging Faculty Panel • Nonoperative Management8• Case Discussions www.aana.org 8
  • 9. Hip CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 16 per course 42January 27-29 March 23-25 July 20-22Course 103 Course 106 Course 110Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr, MD Carlos A. Guanche, MD Marc J. Philippon, MDSrino Bharam, MD J. W. Thomas Byrd, MD Christopher M. Larson, MDBenjamin Domb, MD Joseph C. McCarthy, MD Thomas G. Sampson, MDMichael B. Gerhardt, MD Allston J. Stubbs, MD Marc R. Safran, MDObjectives• Understand clinical assessment and indications for hip arthroscopy.• Become familiar with safe basic principles of access to the central and peripheral compartment and peritrochanteric space.• Identify pertinent intra and extra articular arthroscopic anatomy.• Become familiar with advanced and restorative techniques of hip arthroscopy. Saturday EveningFriday Evening Refreshments and Roundtable6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Discussion with FacultyLectures• Patient Selection & Indications• Hip Model Lab Sunday Orientation to Anatomy 7:00 am - 12:00 pm Triangulation Techniques Lectures Labral Repair • Hip Arthroscopy in Children Assessment of Femoroacetabular • Arthroscopy Following Total Hip Arthroplasty Impingement • New Horizons in Endoscopic Techniques Around the HipSaturday7:00 am - 4:00 pmLectures• Overview of Supine and Lateral Approaches• Portal Placement, Gross and Arthroscopic Anatomy Cadaver Lab Saturday • Central Compartment • Iliopsoas Tendon Portal Placement & Access Release from Peripheral Compartment Debridement & Loose Body Iliopsoas Bursoscopy Removal Procedures • Peritrochanteric Space Labral Repair Anatomy, Landmarks & Portal Acetabular Rim Trimming & Placement Labral Refixation Trochanteric Bursoscopy & • Peripheral Compartment Bursectomy Portal Placement & Access Release of IT Band for External Debridement & Synovectomy Snapping Hip Procedures Assessement & Repair Abductor Correction of Cam Impingement Tendinopathies Sunday Completion of Procedures from Saturday Open Dissection www.aana.org 9
  • 10. Foot & Ankle CME Credits Maximum Enrollment 15 per course 48 September 29-30 Course 112 James W. Stone, MD Richard D. Ferkel, MD James P. Tasto, MD Alastair S. Younger, MDThis course is presented jointly by the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society andthe Arthroscopy Association of North America.About AOFASThe American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) is an organization of more than 1,800orthopaedic surgeons from the US and abroad who specialize in the medical and surgical treatmentof injuries, diseases, and other conditions of the foot and ankle. Its US members are medical doctorsor doctors of osteopathy who have completed medical school and five or more years of additionaltraining to become specialists in the care of diseases and deformities of the foot and the ankle. USmembers also hold membership in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) andare certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS) or the American OsteopathicBoard of Orthopedic Surgery (AOBOS). International members have equivalent degrees and trainingand are board certified in their own country. It is the goal of the AOFAS to provide physicians whohave an interest in foot and ankle surgery with the specialized education needed to provide quality,ethical and cost-effective patient care.ObjectivesParticipant will be able to:• Perform diagnostic arthroscopy utilizing all portals.• Demonstrate the ability to arthroscopically remove loose bodies, excise osteophytes, and treat OCD.• Understand the principles and techniques of ankle arthrodesis and plantar fasciotomy.• Develop and implement plan for arthroscopic treatment of ankle fractures.• Dissect specimen to evaluate efficacy of procedures performed. Cadaver LabSaturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am - 12:00 pm• Set-up Portals, Diagnostic Arthroscopy, • Posterior Ankle Arthroscopy: Loose Body Removal Os Trigonum Excision, Haglund• Accessory Portals, Osteophytes, Soft Excision Tissue Impingement • Tendoscopy• Osteochondral Lesions of Talus • Articular Cartilage Replacement• Ankle Arthrodesis • Plantar Fascia Release• Subtalar Arthroscopy • Great Toe Arthroscopy• Arthroscopic Treatment of Ankle Fractures Saturday Evening Refreshments and Roundtable Discussion with Faculty 10 www.aana.org 10
  • 11. Resident Course Fundamentals in Arthroscopy Maximum Enrollment A Course for Residents 48 January 12-15 February 23-26 December 6-9 Course 101 Course 104 Course 115 LL Mark R. Hutchinson, MD Paul D. Fadale, LL UMD John F. Orwin, MD E FUMD Paul D. Fadale, EF Vipool K. Goradia, MD Michael P. Bradley, MD RS RSC OU A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD CS. U Zelazny, MD Daniel D. Feldmann, MD Robert O Joshua Szabo, MD Daniel Paul D. Fadale, MD Ronald M. Selby, MD Objectives The participant will understand the principles of the technique and be able to perform the following arthroscopic procedures: Knee Shoulder • Diagnostic arthroscopy of the knee • Diagnostic arthroscopy of the shoulder: • Removal of loose bodies glenohumeral joint and subacromial space • Partial Synovectomy • Identify intra-articular structures, pathology, • Lateral retinacular release and anatomic variations • Meniscectomy • Removal of loose bodies • Meniscal repair • Arthroscopic subacromial decompression • ACL reconstruction • Arthroscopic distal clavicle excision • Optional PCL reconstruction for • Arthroscopic repair of instability lesions accelerated residents (Bankart and SLAP) Knot Tying • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair • Dedicated laboratory and instruction to improve and optimize arthroscopic knot tying skills. At the end of the course the participant will dissect knee and shoulder specimens to review the anatomy and evaluate the procedures performed. Thursday 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Friday Evening Reception and presentations Casual Dinner immediately following lab • Fundamentals in Knee Arthroscopy session: Informal Roundtable Discussion Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am - 5:30 pm Knee Lab & Lectures Shoulder Lab & Lectures • Portal Placement • Arthroscopic Shoulder Anatomy, Portals, • Diagnostic Arthroscopy and Risks • Loose Body Removal • Potential Complications • Partial Lateral & Meniscectomy • Beach Chair vs. Lateral Decubitus • Meniscus Repair with Implant • Glenohumeral Arthroscopy Techniques • Subacromial Decompression & Distal • ACL Reconstruction Clavicle Excision • Optional PCL Reconstruction • Knot Tying Lab • Guide Knee Dissection • Arthroscopy SLAP & Bankart Instability • Bonus Ankle Arthroscopy at Demo Repairs Station • Bonus Elbow Arthroscopy at Demo StationScholarships are available through Sunday 7:00 am - 12:00 pm Shoulder Lab continuedthe AANA Education Foundation • Introduction to Arthroscopic Rotator Cuffto North American residents Repairsenrolled in ACGME & equivalent • Mini-Open (Deltoid Split) to Inspect Repair,accredited programs. A separate Take Down Repair, and Re-repair with Newscholarship registration form is at Anchorsthe back of this catalog. • Guided Cadaveric Dissection www.aana.org (with Prosector) 11
  • 12. Join AANA Join AANA to enjoy the following benefits: • CME credits • Arthroscopy, the Journal of Arthroscopic & Related Surgery • Inside AANA newsletter • Lower or waived fees at meetings • Research awards and grants • Network of skilled professionals • Leadership opportunities • Entry to “members only” section of the website • Member rate on publications • Traveling Fellowship AANA has the following membership categories: Resident/Fellow - Medical or osteopathic physicians who are involved in a certified orthopaedic residency program or enrolled in a fellowship within North America. Associate - Orthopaedic or osteopathic physicians who are Board eligible. Active - Board certified orthopaedic or osteopathic surgeons resid- ing or practicing in North America who perform a minimum of 50 arthroscopic procedures a year. International - Medical or osteopathic physicians certified by the Orthopaedic Board or College in the country of practice. This category is for residents of countries other than the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Join now using the new on-line membership application. Go to www.aana.org, click on Become a Member and then on Member- ship Application. Just follow the directions and complete the application.12 www.aana.org www.aana.org 12
  • 13. Registration InformationThe Masters Experience courses take place at the Orthopaedic Learning Center(OLC) at 6300 N. River Rd. in Rosemont, IL 60018.Hotel AccommodationsThe Hyatt Rosemont Hotel is conveniently located next to AANA and theOLC. Please call the hotel directly at 800-233-1234 or register on-line forhotel accomodations. Identify yourself as an Arthroscopy Association courseregistrant to ensure that you receive the AANA block rate. The room rate is$150.00 per night for a single or a double. Be sure to make your reservationearly. The block will be released three weeks prior to each course. After thatregistration and rates will be dependent on availability.Shuttle BusesThe Hyatt Rosemont provides complimentary shuttle bus service to and fromO’Hare Airport. Please look for the shuttle that says “Hyatt Rosemont” atdoor #1 of the shuttle bus area.Air Travel ArrangementsGant Travel is the official travel management company for AANA. CallGant Travel toll-free, 7:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. (CST), Monday-Friday at 1-800-621-1083 and identify yourself as an AANA Masters Experience participant.Gant Travel offers full mileage credit for frequent flyers.AccreditationThe Arthroscopy Association of North America is accredited by the Ac-creditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to sponsor continuingmedical education for physicians.AMA/PRAWrist & Elbow Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximumof 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Shoulder Courses: AANA designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.5AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the creditcommensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Knee Ligament Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximumof 17.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Knee Cartilage Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximumof 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Knee Patellofemoral Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maxi-mum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Hip Courses: AANA designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMAPRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit com-mensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.www.aana.org 13
  • 14. Foot & Ankle Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Disclosure Statement In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Edu- cations standards for commercial support, all CME providers are required to disclose to the activity audience the relevant financial relationships of the planners, teachers, and authors involved in the development of CME content. An individual has a relevant financial relationship if he or she has a financial relationship in any amount occurring in the last 12 months with a commercial interest whose products or services are discussed in the CME activity content over which the individual has control. Faculty Faculty and content subject to change. Check www.aana.org for updates. Fees The registration fee includes: cadaveric specimen for each registrant, registra- tion/course materials, personal protective wear, laboratory and lecture sessions, continental breakfasts, and lunch. Three Ways to Register Mail: Fill out registration form completely and mail with payment to: Arthroscopy Association of North America 39972 Treasury Center Chicago, IL 60694-9900 Fax: Fax registration form with credit card information to: 847/292-2268. Online: Register via the internet at: http://www.aana.org Course Registration Course Registration Confirmation Letters will be sent out via regular mail. Do not make your travel arrangements until you receive confirmation that you are enrolled in the course. Course Transfers You may switch courses, space permitting, by notifying the Association in writing at least two weeks prior to the course. A $50.00 course transfer fee will apply. Course Cancellation AANA reserves the right to cancel thirty (30) days prior to the course date. Any person who has registered for the canceled course will be notified by certified mail at the address indicated on the registration form. Registration fees will be fully refunded, however, other costs incurred by the registrant, such as airline or hotel penalties, are the registrant’s responsibility.14 www.aana.org 14
  • 15. 2012 AANA Masters Experience Resident Fundamental Arthroscopic Skills Course Scholarship Registration Form Orthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IllinoisPlease fill out the form completely. COURSE REGISTRATION Course 101 January 12-15, 2012 - Course Full Course 104 February 23-26, 2012 - Course Full Course 115 December 6-9, 2012 COURSE FEES Orthopaedic Resident...............$800.00 Above fee applies to Residency Programs in North America & ACGME Accredited Programs only. ATTENDEE INFORMATIONSurname/Apellido : Title:First name: Middle Initial:Address:Address:City:State: Zip:Country:OfficePhone: (Include Country Code if necessary)Fax: (Include Country Code if necessary)E-mail:Primary Language Spoken: PAYMENT INFORMATION (Sorry, no American Express) Check MasterCard Visa Expiration date: -Credit Card #:3-digit code: Signature: REGISTRANT INFORMATION______________________________________________________________________Year in Training Program Director______________________________________________________________________Orthopaedic ProgramPlease submit a letter from the Chief of Staff or Program Director stating thatyou are a resident/fellow in good standing.Please describe your experience in arthroscopy: No Experience Beginner IntermediatePreferred specimen position: Beach Chair Lateral No Preference Check here if ADA (American with Disabilities Act) accomodation is desired.Please specify: _______________________________________________________Please call AANA at 847/292-2262 to discuss any dietary restrictions.Return form with payment to: Arthroscopy Association of North America, 39972 Treasury Center,Chicago, IL 60694-9900 or fax with credit card : 847/292-2268. Please be sure the form is filled outcompletely including phone number and credit card information.
  • 16. Refunds Refunds will be subject to a non-refundable $75.00 processing fee. Requests for refunds must be received in writing by the AANA office at least two weeks prior to the start of the course. Refunds will not be issued for requests received less than two weeks before the start of the course. Waiver of Liability Prior to participation in the cadaveric “hands-on” lab, all registrants will be required to sign a waiver of liability on-site. Disclaimer for All Programs The methods, techniques and procedures demonstrated and the views and opin- ions expressed by speakers, presenters, and faculty are their own, and do not necessarily represent those of the Arthroscopy Association of North America, nor does presentation on the program represent or constitute endorsement or promotion by AANA. AANA expressly disclaims any warranties or guaranties, expressed or implied, and shall not be liable for damages of any kind in connection with the mate- rial, methods, information, techniques, opinions, or procedures expressed, presented, or demonstrated. Photo Disclaimers The Arthroscopy Association of North America may subsequently use, for publicity or promotional purposes, the name or pictures of any particpant without liability or obligation to that participant. Questions Call 847/292-2262 or e-mail: info@aana.org16 www.aana.org 15
  • 17. 2012 AANA Masters Experience Orthopaedic Learning Center Rosemont, IllinoisPlease fill out the form completely. COURSE REGISTRATIONKnee #________________ Dates: __________________Shoulder #________________ Dates: __________________Hip #________________ Dates:__________________Wrist/Elbow #________________ Dates:__________________Foot/Ankle #________________ Dates:__________________ COURSE FEES AANA member.......................$1,600 Orthopaedic Resident/Fellow...$1,600 AANA member Hip Course....$1,900 (with letter from Dept. Chief) Non-member physician...........$1,850 Non-physician PA or 1st Asst...$ 750 Non-member Hip Course........$2,150 MUST attend with physician ATTENDEE INFORMATIONSurname/Apellido : Title:First name: Middle Initial:Address:Address:City:State: Zip:Country:OfficePhone: (Include Country Code if necessary)Fax: (Include Country Code if necessary)E-mail:Primary Language Spoken: PAYMENT INFORMATION (Sorry, no American Express) Check MasterCard Visa Expiration date: -Credit Card #:3-digit code: Signature: REGISTRANT INFORMATION1. How many arthroscopies do you perform per month? 0-10 11-25 25-50 50+2. How would you rate your overall arthroscopic skill level? Inexperienced Intermediate Advanced3. With regard to the course you are registering for (i.e. knee, shoulder, wrist/elbow, hip, foot/ankle) how would you rate your skill level? Inexperienced Intermediate Advanced4. If registering for a shoulder, which position is your preference? Lateral Beach Chair No Preference5. If you would like to be paired with another registrant, please indicate their name here: ________________________________________________________________ Check here if ADA (American with Disabilities Act) accomodation is desired.Please specify: _______________________________________________________Return form with payment to: Arthroscopy Association of North America, 39972 Treasury Center,Chicago, IL 60694-9900 or fax with credit card : 847/292-2268. Please be sure the form is filled outcompletely including phone number and credit card information. Registration is also available online atwww.aana.org.
  • 18. Arthroscopy Association of North America Masters Experience Arthroscopic Surgical Skills Series 2012 Course CatalogFeaturing: Knee, Shoulder, Wrist/Elbow, Foot/Ankle, Hip, & Resident