Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Hip Arthroscopy
Arthroscopic Surgical Skills SeriesMasters ExperienceFeaturing:Wrist/ElbowResidentFoot/AnkleShoulderKneeHip2013 Course CatalogOrthopaedic Learning Center Rosemont, IllinoisArthroscopy Association of North America
22The Arthroscopy Associationof North America’sMasters ExperienceGain extensive hands-on experience and discover how physicians from aroundthe world have improved their surgical skills during the past 20 years atAANA’s Masters Experience Courses. The “One-on-One” Masters Experi-ence is a distinctive learning opportunity for orthopaedic surgeons that allowseach participant to have their own cadaveric specimen and assist a partner fora comprehensive surgical learning experience. Discover the AANA MastersExperience Courses for yourself today!Arthroscopic Surgical Skills Series Highlights• Concentrated, 2-day, hands-on surgical skills courses with the latestdiagnostic, excisional, and reconstructive techniques in knee, shoulder,foot & ankle, wrist & elbow and hip arthroscopy.• High lab to lecture ratio with ample time provided in the hands on labpracticing and perfecting arthroscopic surgical techniques.• Cadaveric specimens offered for each participant with one shared scopefor lab partners. *• Personalized instruction from world-class experts with 1:2 faculty-to-participant ratio of one Associate Master Instructor per two surgeonsoperating at any given time.• Opportunity to explore and utilize orthopaedic equipment from a widevariety of manufacturers.* Note: To have your own scope and specimen, register your own P.A. or 1st Assistant(A limited number per course allowed).Target AudienceThe primary target audience of AANA’s Masters Experience Courses ismembers and other nonmember orthopaedic surgeons.Learning Objectives1. Identify and apply cutting edge advances in techniques for arthroscopicsurgery.2. Develop and reﬁne surgical skills for arthroscopic surgery.3 Update the knowledge base to diagnosis and treat sports injuries andunderstand the indications for surgery.AccreditationThe Arthroscopy Association of North America is accredited by the Accredita-tion Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.About AANAThe Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) was formed in 1981andistheprimarysourceofcontinuingmedicaleducationforpracticingarthros-copists. It is the most respected conduit for new techniques and informationconcerning the subspecialty. The Association’s guidelines virtually deﬁnethe practice of arthroscopic surgery. The collective vision of the membershipdeﬁnes the future of the discipline.Arthroscopy Association of North America6300 North River Road, Suite 104Rosemont, Illinois 60018[P] 847/292-2262 [F] 847/292-2268www.aana.org email@example.com
3www.aana.orgFoot & AnkleThis course is co-sponsored with 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.Learning ObjectivesFollowing this activitiy the participant will be able to:• Perform diagnostic arthroscopy utilizing all portals.• Demonstrate the ability to arthroscopically remove loose bodies, excise osteophytes,and treat OCD.• Interpret the principles and techniques of ankle arthrodesis.• Develop and implement plan for arthroscopic treatment of ankle fractures.• Dissect specimen to evaluate efﬁcacy of procedures performed.Cadaver LabSaturday EveningRefreshments and RoundtableDiscussion with FacultySaturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm• Set-up Portals, Diagnostic Arthroscopy,Loose Body Removal• Accessory Portals, Osteophytes, SoftTissue Impingement• Osteochondral Lesions of Talus• Ankle Arthrodesis• Subtalar Arthroscopy• Arthroscopic Treatment of AnkleFracturesSunday 7:00 am - 12:00 pm• Posterior Ankle Arthroscopy:Os Trigonum Excision, HaglundExcision• Tendoscopy• Articular Cartilage Replacement• Great Toe ArthroscopyCME Credits Maximum Enrollment15.0 per course 48September 28-29Course 213James W. Stone, MDMark A. Glazebrook, MDJames P. Tasto, MDAlastair S. Younger, MD
44www.aana.orgLearning ObjectivesThe participant will understand the indications forsurgery and the principles of surgical techniques inorder to improve competence and skill in preformingarthroscopic procedures in the shoulder including:• Diagnostic arthroscopy of the glenohumeral jointand subacromial space.• Normal intra-articular structures, pathology andanatomic variations.• Knot tying techniques.• Indications and techniques for SLAP repair.• Subacromial decompression and A-C joint resection.• Stabilization techniques for both anterior and posteriorinstability repairs, labral repair, capsular plication andinterval closure.• Arthroscopic Remplissage Technique.• Insertional anatomy and tear patterns associated withrotator cuff injuries.• Various techniques for single and double row repair.• Pathology of the biceps tendon and indications fortenotomy and tenodesis.• Subscapularis repair.• Introduction to advanced shoulder procedures includ-ing the Latarjet procedure and arthroscopic release ofthe suprascapular nerve.Participants will be partnered depending on skill level.At the end of the course, the participant will dissect thespecimen to review the anatomy and evaluate the proce-dures performed.ShoulderCME Credits18.5 per coursewww.aana.orgJanuary 25-27Course 202Alan S. Curtis, MDJohn D. Kelly, IV, MDMarc R. Labbe, MDFelix H. Savoie, III, MDMarch 8-10Course 205Wesley M. Nottage, MDChristopher M. Aland, MDKeith D. Nord, MDJoseph C. Tauro, MDSeptember 20-22Course 212Larry D. Field, MDPaul E. Caldwell, MDKevin D. Plancher, MDStephen C. Weber, MDFriday Evening6:00 pm – 9:00 pmLectures• Overview of Positioning of ShoulderArthroscopy and Proper Portal PlacementTechniques• Arthroscopic Anterior Bankart Repair• Posterior Instability Repair• MDI/Arthroscopic Management• SLAP Repair Indications and Techniques• Interval Closure When, Why, and Where• The Continuum of Traumatic ShoulderInstability• Knot Tying Lab and Dry Model Lab
5www.aana.orgBasic to AdvancedSaturday7:00 am – 5:00 pmLectures• Patterns of Rotator CuffTears• PASTA Tears When andHow to Repair• Single Row Repair• Double Row Repair• Subscapularis Repair Bursaland Articular• Dealing with the MassiveRotator Cuff Tear: Releasesand Partial Repairs• Biceps Pathology Indicationsfor Tenotomy or Tenodesis• Arthroscopic AC Joint Resection• Indications and Technique forSubacromial DecompressionCadaver LabCadaver LabMaximum Enrollment48• Diagnostic Arthroscopy• Anterior Reconstruction with Bankart Repair• Posterior Labral Repair• SLAP Repair Two Anchor• Remplissage Technique• Biceps Tenotomy/Tenodesis• Subacromial Decompression AC Joint Resection• Creation of Rotator Cuff Tear• Rotator Cuff Repair Using Single Row Technique• Understand and Complete Double Row RotatorCuff Technique and Transosseus Equivalent• Subscapularis RepairSaturday Evening• Refreshments and Roundtable Discussion with FacultySunday7:00 am- 12:30pmLectures• Arthroscopic AC JointReconstruction• Dealing with Bone Lossand Instability Including theLatarjet Procedure• Indications and Techniquefor Suprascapular NerveRelease• Capsular Release forAdhesive Capsulitis• Complete Rotator Cuff Repairs• Suprascapular Nerve Release• AC Joint Reconstruction• Open AC Joint Reconstruction• Latarjet Reconstruction• Gross Dissection of Shoulder Specimen
66www.aana.orgKnee New Horizons: Advances inKnee Surgery Ligament FocusLearning ObjectivesUpon completion of this course the participant will be able to distinguishand improve skills in:• 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 Transplantation• Meniscus Repair• Meniscus TransplantationFriday Evening6:00 pm - 8:00 pmLecturesSaturday7:00 am - 5:00 pmLecturesTopics coincide with the lab.Saturday EveningRefreshments and RoundtableDiscussion with FacultySunday7:00 am - 12:30 pmLecturesTopics coincide with the lab.Cadaver LabSaturdayMeniscus SurgeryMenisectomyMeniscus RepairMeniscal FixatorsACL ReconstructionGraft Harvesting• Hamstring Tendons• Bone-PatellarTendon-Bone• Quadriceps TendonSingle Bundle ReconstructionDouble Bundle ReconstructionRevision ACL ReconstructionPCL ReconstructionSingle BundleDouble BundleTibial InlaySundayPCL Reconstruction continuedPosterolateral ReconstructionPosteromedial ReconstructionOsteochondral AllograftTransplantationMeniscus TransplantationAnatomical Surgical DissectionJune 7-9Course 208 LigamentGregory C. Fanelli, MDStephen M. Howell, MDDonald H. Johnson, MDJason L. Koh, MDMaximumEnrollment48CME Credits17.5 per course
7www.aana.orgKnee New Horizons: Advances inKnee Surgery Cartilage FocusLearning ObjectivesUpon completion of this course the participant will be able to demonstrate andappropriately indicate and treat patients with the following surgical techniques:• 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 Options• Treatment of Articular Cartilage DefectsFriday Evening6:00 pm – 8:00 pmLectures• Meniscus: Tear Management• Articular Cartilage Lesions• Meniscal Allografts: Indications& TechniquesSaturday7:00 am - 4:00 pmLecturesTopics coincide with the lab.Saturday EveningRefreshments and RoundtableDiscussion with FacultySunday7:00 am -12:30 pmLectures• Osteochondral Grafting• Closing Wedge• Opening Wedge• Unicompartmental ArthroplastyCadaver LabSaturday• Medial Meniscal Transplantation• Autogenous Osteochondral Transfer• Transplant Procedures• Microfractures• Osteochondral Allografts• Synthetic Bone Grafting• Non-Biologic Resurfacing Options• Joint Resurfacing• Juvenile Chondrocyte ImplantationSunday• Open Wedge Tibial Osteotomy• Osteochondral Grafting• Unicompartmental Arthroplasty• Tibial Tubercle Transfer• Gross Anatomical DissectionOctober 18-20Course 214 CartilageRobert E. Hunter, MDJack M. Bert, MDThomas R. Carter, MDBrain J. Cole, MDNicholas A. Sgaglione, MDMaximumEnrollment48CME Credits16.5 per course
88www.aana.orgKnee Patellofemoral SurgeryFrom Instability to ArthroplastyCME Credits Maximum Enrollment13.5 per course 48This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and polices of theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the ArthroscopyAssociation of North America and The Patellofemoral Foundation. The Arthroscopy Association of NorthAmerica is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.About the Patellofemoral FoundationThe Patellofemoral Foundation’s mission is to improve the care of individuals with anteriorknee pain and instability through targeted education and research. The Speciﬁc Goals of thePatellofemoral Foundation are as follows: Research: Fund and/or reward carefully selectedscientiﬁc efforts that study the causes, prevention, and treatment of patellofemoral disorders;Education: Provide focused educational sports medicine meetings in various locations toeducate health care professionals about prevention and proper care of patients and athletes withpatellofemoral pain and instability; Innovation: Find new and improved methods for treatingpatientswithpatellofemoralpain,emphasizingminimalinterventionandnon-surgicalmethods;Awareness: Enhance awareness of patellofemoral problems, the prevalence of patellofemoralpain, and the impact on athletes, workers, and the economy. For more information please visitthe Patellofemoral Foundations’ website: www.patellofemoral.org.Learning Objectives• Distinguish patellofemoral surgical anatomy and biomechanics.• Identify appropriate indications for MPFL restoration and MPFL reconstruction.• Recognize when and how to improve patellofemoral articular loading andbalance by tibial tubercle transfer.• Examine and comprehend patellofemoral joint preservation techniques.• Identify logical approaches to treating patients with patellofemoral pain andinstability.• Review practical surgical pearls for excellence in patellofemoral surgery.• Apply and improve patellofemoral surgery skills.• Gain expertise in the surgial techniques available for patellofemoral arthroplasty.Friday Evening 5:00 pm-8:30 pmLectures• Anatomy and Imaging • Nonoperative Management • Case DiscussionsApril 12-13Course 206PatellofemoralJohn P. Fulkerson, MDJack Farr, II, MDJason L. Koh, MDWilliam R. Post, MDLecture & Cadaver LabSaturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm There is no Sunday session.• Chondral Defects and Arthritis:Non-Arthroplasty Treatment• Patellofemoral Arthroplasty• Live Demos followed by ParticipantHands on CadaverChondral DefectsTibial TuberosityArthroplasty• Case Presentations and Discussions:Faculty Panel• Overview of PF SurgicalManagement: Instability• Medial Soft Tissue Surgery• Lateral Retinacular Surgery• Live Demo: MPFL & LateralRetinaculum Anatomy• Proximal Mechanism SurgeryMPFLLateral Retinaculum• Tuberosity Surgery with Discussion
9www.aana.orgWrist & ElbowLearning ObjectivesFollowing this activity the participant will be able to:Wrist• Distinguish operating room set up for optimal success with wrist arthroscopy.• Identify 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.• Recognize the arthroscopic management of the wrist instabilites.• Integrate techniques of operative debridement and repair of TFCC lesions.• Review indications and techniques for arthroscopic management of distal radiusand scaphoid fractures.• Develop skills in endoscopic carpal/cubital tunnel release.Elbow• Distinguish 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 arthroﬁbrosisin the elbow.• Examine the arthroscopic management of arthritis including ulnohumeralarthroplasty.At the end of the course, the participant will dissect the specimen to review theanatomy and evaluate the procedures performed in both the wrist and elbow.MaximumEnrollment48Saturday 7:00 am - 6:00 pmWrist Lab• Portals and Diagnostic Arthroscopy andRemoval of Loose Bodies• TFCC Repair: Whipple, Touhy• Ligamentum Subcruentum Repair• TFCC Debridement and Ulnar Shortening• Dorsal Ganglionectomy and RadialStyloidectomy• Intercarpal Pinning• ARIF Scaphoid• ARIF Distal Radius Fracture• CMC & MCP Arthroscopy• Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release• Arthroscopic Management WristGanglionsSaturday EveningRefreshments and Roundtable Discussion with FacultySunday 7:00 am - 12:30 pmElbow Lab• Portals and Arthroscopic Anatomy• Diagnostic Arthroscopy and LooseBody Removal• Olecranon Spur Excision• Radial Head Excision• Arthroscopic UlnohumeralArthroplasty• ECRB Release• Capsular Release• Endoscopic Cubital Tunnel ReleaseCadaver LabMay 18-19Course 207William B. Geissler, MDMelvin P. Rosenwasser, MDScott P. Steinmann, MDNoah D. Weiss, MDCME Credits16.5 per course
1010www.aana.orgLearning ObjectivesFollowing this activity the participant will be able to:• Formulate appropriate indications and limits forarthroscopic/endoscopic hip procedures.• Demonstrate competence with respect to safe basicprinciples for access to the central and peripheralcompartment and peritrochanteric space.• Identify pertinent intra and extra articulararthroscopic anatomy.• Apply advanced surgical techniques for arthroscop-ic and endoscopic hip procedures in a cadaveric labsetting.• Discuss clinical cases provided by course attendantsand faculty and demonstrate application to practice.Friday Evening6:00 pm - 8:00 pmLectures• Patient Selection & Indications• Hip Model LabOrientation to AnatomyTriangulation Techniques Labral RepairAssessment of Femoroacetabular ImpingementSaturday7:00 am - 4:00 pmLectures• Overview of Supine and Lateral Approaches• Portal Placement, Gross and Arthroscopic AnatomyHipCME Credits Maximum Enrollment16 per course 42Saturday EveningRefreshments and RoundtableDiscussion with FacultyFebruary 22-24Course 204Christopher M. Larson, MDJoseph C. McCarthy, MDVictor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr., MDThomas G. Sampson, MDJune 28-30Course 209Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr, MDJ. W. Thomas Byrd, MDMichael B. Gerhardt, MDPaul Y. Shonnard, MDJuly 19-21Course 210Marc J. Philippon, MDBenjamin G. Domb, MDThomas G. Sampson, MDAllston J. Stubbs, MDSunday7:00 am - 12:00 pmLectures• Pediatric Hip Arthroscopy• Arthroscopy Following Total HipArthroplasty/Osteotomies• New Horizons in Endoscopic TechniquesAround the Hip• Approach for the Degenerative Hip• Avoiding and Treating Complications
11www.aana.orgCadaver LabSaturday• Central CompartmentPortal Placement & AccessDebridement & Loose BodyRemoval ProceduresLabral Repair/ReﬁxationLabral ReconstructionAcetabular Rim Trimming &Labral Reﬁxation• Peripheral CompartmentPortal Placement & AccessDebridement & SynovectomyProceduresCorrection of Cam Impingement• Iliopsoas TendonRelease from Peripheral CompartmentLesser Trochanteric Release• Peritrochanteric SpaceAnatomy, Landmarks & PortalPlacementTrochanteric Bursoscopy &BursectomyRelease of IT Band for ExternalSnapping HipAssessement & Repair for AbductorPathologySundayCompletion of Procedures from SaturdayOpen DissectionHipJoin AANA to enjoy the following beneﬁts:Join AANA• Network of skilled professionals• Leadership opportunities• Entry to “members only” section ofthe website• Member rate on publications• Traveling FellowshipAANA has the following membership categories:Resident/FellowMedical or osteopathic physicians who are involved in a certiﬁed orthopaedicresidency program or enrolled in a fellowship within North America.AssociateOrthopaedic or osteopathic physicians who are Board eligible.ActiveBoard certiﬁed orthopaedic or osteopathic surgeons residing or practicing in NorthAmerica who perform a minimum of 50 arthroscopic procedures a year.InternationalMedical or osteopathic physicians certiﬁed by the Orthopaedic Board or Collegein the country of practice. This category is for residents of countries other thanthe 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 Membership Application. Just follow thedirections and complete the application.• CME credits• Arthroscopy, the Journal ofArthroscopic & Related Surgery• Inside AANA newsletter• Lower or waived fees atmeetings• Research awards and grants
1212www.aana.orgLearning Objectives• Apply fundamental knowledge of anatomy and motor skills to optimizing arthroscopictechniques.• Utilize an arthroscope in both a knee and a shoulder to develop basic motor skills which canbe extrapolated to future arthroscopic cases in residency and in practice.• Demonstrate fundamental arthroscopic skills of triangulation, scope translation, scoperotation to optimally visualize both a knee and shoulder joint.• Perform increasingly advanced arthroscopic techniques in the knee ranging from diagnosticarthroscopy,removalofloosebodies,partialmeniscectomies,meniscusrepairsandligamentreconstructions.• Perform increasingly advanced arthroscopic techniques in the shoulder ranging fromdiagnostic arthroscopy, bursectomy, subacromial decompression, distal clavicle excision,and labral repairs.• Demonstrate improved arthroscopic knot tying skills and explain what constitutes a securearthroscopic knot.At the end of the course the participant will dissect knee and shoulder specimens to reviewthe anatomy and evaluate the procedures performed.Scholarships are available through the AANA Education Foundation to North American residentsenrolled in ACGME & equivalent accredited programs. A separate scholarship registration formis at the back of this catalog.A Course for Residents OnlyResident CourseFundamentals in ArthroscopyThursday 6:00 pm - 8:30 pmReception and Presentations• Fundamentals in Knee ArthroscopyFriday 7:00 am - 5:00 pmKnee Lab & Lectures• Portal Placement• Diagnostic Arthroscopy• Loose Body Removal• Partial Lateral & Meniscectomy• Meniscus Repair with ImplantTechniques• ACL Reconstruction• Optional PCL Reconstruction• Guide Knee Dissection• Bonus Ankle Arthroscopy at DemoStationFriday EveningCasual Dinner immediately follow-ing lab session: Informal RoundtableDiscussionSaturday 7:00 am - 5:30 pmShoulder Lab & Lectures• Arthroscopic Shoulder Anatomy, Portals, andRisks• Potential Complications• Beach Chair vs. Lateral Decubitus• Glenohumeral Arthroscopy• Subacromial Decompression & Distal ClavicleExcision• Knot Tying Lab• Arthroscopy SLAP & Bankart Instability Repairs• Bonus Elbow Arthroscopy at Demo StationSunday 7:00 am - 12:00 pmShoulder Lab continued• Introduction to Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repairs• Mini-Open (Deltoid Split) to Inspect Repair, TakeDown Repair, and Re-repair with New Anchors• Guided Cadaveric Dissection (with Prosector)Maximum Enrollment48January 17-20Course 201William J. Ciccone, II, MDGeorge C. Branche, III, MDSherwin S. W. Ho, MDJohn C. Langland, MDFebruary 14-17Course 203Mark R. Hutchinson, MDHoward I. Freedberg, MDDaniel D. Feldmann, MDJosh Szabo, MDOctober 24-27Course 215John F. Orwin, MDRobert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhDPaul D. Fadale, MDRonald M. Selby, MDCOURSE FULLCOURSE FULL
13www.aana.orgCME InformationAMA/PRAWrist & Elbow Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximumof 16.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only thecredit 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 only thecredit 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 only thecredit 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.Foot & Ankle Course: AANA designates this live activity for a maximum of15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the creditcommensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Disclosure StatementIn accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Edu-cations standards for commercial support, all CME providers are required todisclose to the activity audience the relevant ﬁnancial relationships of theplanners, teachers, and authors involved in the development of CME content.An individual has a relevant ﬁnancial relationship if he or she has a ﬁnancialrelationship in any amount occurring in the last 12 months with a commercialinterest whose products or services are discussed in the CME activity contentover which the individual has control.Learning Center Committee (Planning Committee)Alan S. Curtis, MD, ChairmanAsheesh Bedi, MDJoseph P. Burns, MDDiane L. Dahm, MDBenjamin Domb, MDCarlos A. Guanche, MDMark R. Hutchinson, MDBrian T. Leek, MDIan K.Y. Lo, MDC. Benjamin Ma, MDRonald M. Selby, MDBen Shaffer, MDScott P. Steinmann, MDJames W. Stone, MDAllston J. Stubbs, MDHoward J. Sweeney, MDJosh Szabo, MDJoseph C. Tauro, MDRaymond Thal, MDNikhil Verma, MDRoberto Vianello, MD
1414www.aana.orgGeneral InformationThe Masters Experience courses take place at the Orthopaedic Learning Cen-ter (OLC) at 6300 N. River Rd. in Rosemont, IL 60018 with easy access toChicago O’Hare International Airport.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. Call GantTravel 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. GantTravel offers full mileage credit for frequent ﬂyers.Registration InformationFeesThe registration fee includes: cadaveric specimen for each registrant, registra-tion/coursematerials,personalprotectivewear,laboratoryandlecturesessions,continental breakfasts, and lunch.Three Ways to RegisterMail: Fill out registration form completely and mail with payment to:Arthroscopy Association of North America39972 Treasury CenterChicago, IL 60694-9900Fax: Fax registration form with credit card information to:847/292-2268.Online: Register via the internet at: http://www.aana.org.Course RegistrationCourse Registration Conﬁrmation Letters will be sent out via regular mail.Do not make your travel arrangements until you receive conﬁrmation that youare enrolled in the course.Course TransfersYou may switch courses, space permitting, by notifying the Association inwriting at least two weeks prior to the course. A $50.00 course transfer feewill apply.
COURSE REGISTRATIONCourse 201 January 17-20, 2013 - Course FullCourse 203 February 14-17, 2013 - Course FullCourse 215 October 24-27, 2013COURSE FEESOrthopaedic Resident...............$800.00Above fee applies to Residency Programs in North America& ACGME Accredited Programs only.2013 AANA Masters ExperienceResident Fundamental Arthroscopic Skills CourseScholarship Registration FormOrthopaedic Learning Center, Rosemont, IllinoisATTENDEE INFORMATIONSurname/Apellido:First name: Middle Initial:Address:Address:City:State: Zip:Country:Phone:OfﬁceFax:(Include Country Code if necessary)(Include Country Code if necessary)E-mail:Primary Language Spoken:Title:PAYMENT INFORMATIONCredit Card #:Check MasterCard Visa AmEx Expiration date: -Digit code: Signature: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.Please ﬁll out the form completely.REGISTRANT INFORMATION______________________________________________________________________Year in Training Program Director______________________________________________________________________Orthopaedic ProgramYou must submit a letter from the Chief of Staff or Program Director stating thatyou are a resident/fellow in good standing to apply for the scholarship rate.Please describe your experience in arthroscopy:No Experience Beginner IntermediatePreferred specimen position:Beach Chair Lateral No PreferenceCheck here if ADA (American with Disabilities Act) accomodation is desired.Please specify: _______________________________________________________Please call AANA at 847/292-2262 to discuss any dietary restrictions.
16www.aana.org15Course CancellationAANA 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 bycertiﬁed mail at the address indicated on the registration form. Registrationfees will be fully refunded, however, other costs incurred by the registrant,such as airline or hotel penalties, are the registrant’s responsibility.RefundsRefunds will be subject to a non-refundable $75.00 processing fee. Requestsfor refunds must be received in writing by the AANA ofﬁce at least two weeksprior to the start of the course. Refunds will not be issued for requests receivedless than two weeks before the start of the course.Waiver of LiabilityPrior to participation in the cadaveric “hands-on” lab, all registrants will berequired to sign a waiver of liability on-site.Unapproved Use DisclosureTheArthroscopyAssociationofNorthAmericarequiresCMEfacultytodiscloseto attendees when products or procedures being discussed are off-label (notapproved for the indications being discussed), unlabeled (not approved for anyindications),experimental,and/orinvestigational(notFDAapproved);andanylimitations on the information that is presented, such as data that are prelimi-nary or that represent ongoing research, interim analyses, and/or unsupportedopinion. This information is intended solely for continuing medical educationand is not intended to promote off-label use of these products/procedures.DisclaimerThe Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) is not responsiblefor statements made by faculty. The methods, techniques, and proceduresdemonstrated and views and opinions expressed by speakers, presenters andfaculty are their own, and do not necessarily represent those of AANA nor doespresentation on the program represent or constitute endorsement or promotionby AANA. The information provided in this CME activity is for continuingmedical education purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the inde-pendent medical judgment of a health care provider relative to the diagnostic,management, and treatment options of a speciﬁc patient’s medical condition.Photo DisclaimersThe Arthroscopy Association of North America may subsequently use, forpublicity or promotional purposes, the name or pictures of any particpantwithout liability or obligation to that participant.FacultyFaculty and content subject to change. Check www.aana.org for updates.QuestionsCall 847/292-2262 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
COURSE REGISTRATIONKnee #________________ Dates: __________________Shoulder #________________ Dates: __________________Hip #________________ Dates:__________________Wrist/Elbow #________________ Dates:__________________Foot/Ankle #________________ Dates:__________________COURSE FEESAANA member.......................$1,600AANA member Hip Course....$1,900Non-member physician...........$1,850Non-member Hip Course........$2,1502013 AANA Masters ExperienceOrthopaedic Learning CenterRosemont, IllinoisATTENDEE INFORMATIONSurname/Apellido:First name: Middle Initial:Address:Address:City:State: Zip:Country:Phone:OfﬁceFax:(Include Country Code if necessary)(Include Country Code if necessary)E-mail:Primary Language Spoken:Title:PAYMENT INFORMATIONCredit Card #:Check MasterCard Visa AmEx Expiration date: -Digit code: Signature: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.Please ﬁll out the form completely.Orthopaedic Resident/Fellow...$1,600(with letter from Dept. Chief)Non-physician PA or 1st Asst...$ 750MUST attend with physician1. 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: _______________________________________________________REGISTRANT INFORMATION