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  • 1. # of CME: 23.00International Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Symposium presented by AAOS and AOFAS# 3274November 29th – December 1st, 2012; Orlando, FLSteven L. Haddad, MD; Robert B. Anderson, MD; Charles L. Saltzman, MD; and Caio A. Nery,MD; Course DirectorsRoyal Pacific Resort, Orlando, FLDAILY SCHEDULE as of June 7, 2012WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH, 20125:00 -7:00 pm Registration (Registration South Desk)THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29TH, 20126:15 am Registration (Registration South Desk) Breakfast (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)6:45 Faculty Breakfast Meeting (Pacifica 9)7:15 Welcome and Announcements (Pacifica 10-12) Steven L. Haddad, MDWHATS LEFT TO TALK ABOUT WITH BUNIONS?Moderator: Mark E. Easley, MD7:20 Deceptions in Bunion Surgery: What Are We Missing? Thomas H. Lee, MD7:40 Hallux Varus: Are Tendon Transfers Effective? Hans J. Trnka, MD7:50 Scarf v. Lapidus: The Showdown Part 1 Mark S. Davies, MD8:00 Scarf v. Lapidus: The Showdown Part 2 J. Chris Coetzee, MD8:10 Salvage My Bunion: Case Presentations/Discussion Mark E. Easley, MD9:00 Refreshment Break (Pre-Function West/South) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)Paging Dr. Lisfranc: Its General Napoleon (Pacifica 10-12)Moderator: Mark S. Myerson, MD9:20 Soft Tissue Disruption: Right Down to the Intercuneiform Joints Robert B. Anderson, MD
  • 2. 9:35 Collapse and a Shortened Medial Column: Salvage to Make it Just Like New! Paul T. Fortin, MD9:50 Wait! I Thought You Said it Would Look Like New! Case Presentations/Discussion Mark S. Myerson, MD10:35 Rotate to Sawbones LabSawbones are Easier Than Real Bones: What Have You Just Learned?(Select One Session Per Time Slot)10:40 Scarf My Way (Timor Sea) OR Lapidus My Way (Java Sea) Mark S. Davies, MD J. Chris Coetzee, MD11:10 Rotate to Next Sawbones Lab11:15 Midfoot Realignment My Way (Timor Sea) OR Lisfranc My Way (Java Sea) Paul T. Fortin, MD Robert B. Anderson, MD11:45 Lunch (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)CONCURRENT SESSION # 1 (12:30 to 2:50)(Select one session to attend, note some will be repeated)(Registrants will choose 1 industry session to attend during each session.)Session A: Achilles Tendon Disorders (Pacifica 10-12)Moderator: J. Chris Coetzee, MD12:30 pm The Root of the Problem: Why is Tendon So Interesting? Christopher P. Chiodo, MD12:40 Intrasubstance Disease: How Much To Remove, And When You Remove Too Much Anish R. Kadakia, MD12:55 Haglunds Disease with Insertional Calcifications: Creative Operative Solutions William C. McGarvey, MD1:10 The Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture: Non Operative Protocols and Results Timothy R. Daniels, MD1:20 The Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture: Percutaneous v. Open W. Hodges Davis, MD1:40 The Chronic Achilles Tendon Rupture: Restoring Length and Strength Caio A. Nery, MD
  • 3. 2:00 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: J. Chris Coetzee, MDSession B: Total Ankle Replacement (Pacifica 8/9)Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD12:30 pm US Results: Why We Dont Need a Mobile Bearing Prosthesis Charles L. Saltzman, MD12:40 European Results: Why We Need a Mobile Bearing Prosthesis Mark S. Davies, MD12:50 Deformity Correction: How Low Can You Go? Steven L. Haddad, MD1:10 Revision Total Ankle Arthroplasty: The New Frontier Mark E. Easley, MD1:30 Punt: How to Fuse the Failed Total Ankle David B. Thordarson, MD1:50 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MDSession C: Peroneal Tendon Disorders (South China Sea)Moderator: Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD12:30 pm MRI v. Ultrasound: How Do I Diagnose? Hans J. Trnka, MD12:40 The Subtle Cavus: Unilateral/Bilateral: Do You Have To Cut The Heel? Paul T. Fortin, MD1:00 Os Peroneum Syndrome: Resolutions Thomas O. Clanton, MD1:15 When There Are No Tendons: Why Do You Need To Stage It? Mark S. Myerson, MD1:35 Dislocating Peroneal Tendons: Stop the Snapping! Lew C. Schon, MD1:55 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD2:50 Refreshment Break (Pre-Function West/South) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)
  • 4. CONCURRENT SESSION # 2 (3:10 to 5:30)(Select one session to attend)Session D: I Did It MY Way: Reconstructing the Deltoid (Pacifica 10-12)Moderator: Thomas O. Clanton, MD3:10 The Ligament Complex: Where It Goes and How It Tears Hans J. Trnka, MD3:20 With Flatfoot? With Syndesmosis? With Persistent Medial Instability? Is There a Role for Primary Repair? Mark S. Davies, MD3:35 The Chronic Rupture: My Version Mark S. Myerson, MD3:50 The Chronic Rupture: My Version Paul T. Fortin, MD4:05 The Chronic Rupture: My Version Steven L. Haddad, MD4:20 Do We Need to Fix the Chronically Insufficient Deltoid?? Is Bone Realignment Sufficient? Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD4:35 Use and Abuse: Discussion and Case Presentation Moderator: Thomas O. Clanton, MDSession E: Charcot Disease: Why Not Amputate? (Pacifica 8/9)Moderator: Mark E. Easley, MD3:10 If Eichenholtz Were Alive This Would Be Easy: When Is It Safe To Operate? Caio A. Nery, MD3:25 Infection and Ulcers: My Best Protocol Anish R. Kadakia, MD3:40 Charcot Midfoot: Rocker Around The Clock Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD3:55 Charcot Ankle Fractures William C. McGarvey, MD4:10 How To Know How Many Joints To Fuse? David B. Thordarson, MD4:25 The “A” Word: When It’s Over, It’s Over W. Hodges Davis, MD4:40 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Mark E. Easley, MD
  • 5. Session F: Uncommon Solutions for Common Problems (South China Sea)Moderator: Charles L. Saltzman, MD3:10 Unresolved Ankle Pain following a Sprain: The Normal Diagnostic Work-up Christopher P. Chiodo, MD3:25 Medial Foot Pain: Insertional Anterior Tibial Tendon Problems Lew C. Schon, MD3:40 Isolated Medial Naviculocuneiform Arthritis: Fuse Just One? Robert B. Anderson, MD3:55 Resection of the Tarsal Coalition: When To Fix The Flexible Flatfoot Thomas H. Lee, MD4:10 The Ping Pong Effect: Triple for Flatfoot Leads to Varus Deformity! Timothy R. Daniels, MD4:25 The Hammertoe Returned: What I Missed, and How To Correct It J. Chris Coetzee, MD4:40 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Charles L. Saltzman, MD5:30 Course Adjourns for the Day5:45 Welcome Reception (Banda Sea and Pre-Function West/South)
  • 6. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH, 20126:15 am Breakfast (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)6:55 Announcements (Pacifica 10-12)HINDFOOT DISORDERS (Pacifica 10-12)Posterior Tibial Tendon DysfunctionModerator: Timothy R. Daniels, MD7:00 Looking at the Lateral Column: Preventing Overload Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD7:15 Can the Correction Be Performed Through the Medial Column Only? Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD7:35 Overcorrection: Too Much of an Arch Aint a Good Thing William C. McGarvey, MD7:55 Tendons Gone Wild: Discussion and Case Presentation Timothy R. Daniels, MDCavus FootModerator: Steven L. Haddad, MD8:45 Progressive Disorders: The Root of the Problem? Thomas H. Lee, MD9:00 The How-To on Tendon Transfers: Whats New? Christopher P. Chiodo, MD9:15 Undercorrection: What Else Can You Do? David B. Thordarson, MD9:30 Textbook Surgery May Not Be Enough: Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Steven L. Haddad, MD10:15 Refreshment Break (Ballroom South) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South) Rotate to Sawbones Rooms10:35 Sawbones: Osteotomies for Flatfoot (Group split between Timor Sea and Java Sea) Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD11:05 Rotate to Sawbones Lab11:10 Sawbones: Osteotomies for Cavus Foot (Group split between Timor Sea and Java Sea) Thomas H. Lee, MD
  • 7. 11:40 Lunch (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)HANDS-ON INDEPENDENT INDUSTRY WORKSHOP/DEMONSTRATION(Registrants will choose 1 industry session to attend during each session.)12:30 pm Session 1 (Pacifica 8/9, Java Sea 2, South China Sea)1:45 Refreshment Break (Ballroom South) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South) Rotate to Concurrent SessionsCONCURRENT SESSION # 3 (2:00 to 4:20)(Select one session to attend, repeated from Thursday)Session A: Achilles Tendon Disorders (Pacifica 10-12)Moderator: J. Chris Coetzee, MD2:00 The Root of the Problem: Why is Tendon So Interesting? Christopher P. Chiodo, MD2:10 Intrasubstance Disease: How Much To Remove, And When You Remove Too Much Anish R. Kadakia, MD2:25 Haglunds Disease with Insertional Calcifications: Creative Operative Solutions William C. McGarvey, MD2:40 The Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture: Non Operative Protocols and Results Timothy R. Daniels, MD2:50 The Acute Achilles Tendon Rupture: Percutaneous v. Open W. Hodges Davis, MD3:10 The Chronic Achilles Tendon Rupture: Restoring Length and Strength Caio A. Nery, MD3:30 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: J. Chris Coetzee, MDSession B: Total Ankle Replacement (Timor Sea 1)Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD12:30 pm US Results: Why We Dont Need a Mobile Bearing Prosthesis Charles L. Saltzman, MD12:40 European Results: Why We Need a Mobile Bearing Prosthesis Mark S. Davies, MD12:50 Deformity Correction: How Low Can You Go? Steven L. Haddad, MD
  • 8. 1:10 Revision Total Ankle Arthroplasty: The New Frontier Mark E. Easley, MD1:30 Punt: How to Fuse the Failed Total Ankle David B. Thordarson, MD1:50 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MDSession C: Peroneal Tendon Disorders (Timor Sea 2)Moderator: Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD2:00 MRI v. Ultrasound: How Do I Diagnose? Hans J. Trnka, MD2:10 The Subtle Cavus: Unilateral/Bilateral: Do You Have To Cut The Heel? Paul T. Fortin, MD2:30 Os Peroneum Syndrome: Resolutions Thomas O. Clanton, MD2:45 When There Are No Tendons: Why Do You Need To Stage It? Mark S. Myerson, MD3:05 Dislocating Peroneal Tendons: Stop the Snapping! Lew C. Schon, MD3:25 Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD4:20 Rotate to Industry WorkshopsHANDS-ON INDEPENDENT INDUSTRY WORKSHOP/DEMONSTRATION(Registrants will choose 1 industry session to attend during each session.)4:30 Session 2 (Pacifica 8/9, Java Sea 2, South China Sea)5:45 Course Adjourns for the Day
  • 9. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, 20126:15 am Breakfast (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)6:55 Announcements (Pacifica 10-12)ANKLE DISORDERS (Pacifica 10-12)Ankle InstabilityModerator: Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD7:00 Why I Supplement: The Modified Brostrom Lacks Octane Robert B. Anderson, MD7:15 The Subtle Cavus: Unilateral/Bilateral: Do You Have To Cut The Heel? Thomas O. Clanton, MD7:30 When Things Go Wrong: Revising the Failed Reconstruction J. Chris Coetzee, MD7:45 Why Cant I Just Brace It? Case Presentations/Discussion Moderator: Jeffrey E. Johnson, MDAnkle Arthritis: Saving The JointModerator: David B. Thordarson, MD8:10 Osteotomies of the Tibia: Best Practices Paul T. Fortin, MD8:25 The Role of the Fibula: Lengthening and Shortening Mark E. Easley, MD8:40 Distraction Arthroplasty: How I Do It Charles L. Saltzman, MD8:55 Journal Club Moderator: David B. Thordarson, MD9:35 Refreshment Break (Pre-Function West/South) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)Lesser Toe Mania (Pacifica 10-12)Moderator: Lew C. Schon, MD10:05 Biomechanics of Lesser Toe Problems Charles L. Saltzman, MD10:20 Hammer, Claw, Mallet. Am I a Blacksmith? Implants vs. wires. W. Hodges Davis, MD
  • 10. 10:30 The Crossover Toe: Ligament Imbalance at its Finest Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD10:45 Distal Metatarsal Osteotomies: Good, Bad, and Elevatus Caio A. Nery, MD11:00 Toes Gone Wild: Discussion Lew C. Schon, MDBEST PAPERS? DEFENDING YOUR LIFE.Moderator: Anish R. Kadakia, MD11:20 Biomechanical Assessment of Flatfoot Correction Techniques in a Cadaver Model Mark E. Easley, MD11:25 No Dr. Easley, this procedure CAN be handled Easily Lew C. Schon, MD11:30 Lifeline: Radiographic Analysis of Surgical Correction of Adult Acquired Flatfoot Deformity Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD11:35 Moderator Speaks for The Youth of Today: They Want An Arch11:40 Athletic Activity Levels Following Hallux Metatarsophalangeal Joint Arthrodesis Mark S. Myerson, MD11:45 Way Off, Dude. It’s Brazil! Rio! Osteochondral Injury of the Hallux in Beach Soccer Players! Caio A. Nery, MD11:50 Redemption. Blatant Cultural Bias (for South Americans). I Let Him Fix My Lisfranc, He Can Fuse My Great Toe William C. McGarvey, MD11:55 Moderator Speaks for The Youth of Today: They Want To Run12:00 Lunch (Banda Sea) Exhibits (Pre-Function West/South)JOINT SESSION: IPOS AND IOFAS (Pacifica 6)Moderator: Vincent S. Mosca, MD1:00 Foot Biomechanics and Quantitative Analysis Jon R. Davids, MD1:10 Clinical and Radiographic Assessment of Foot Deformities Vincent S. Mosca, MD1:20 Principles of Foot Deformity Correction Vincent S. Mosca, MD
  • 11. ADULT vs. PEDIATRIC SMACKDOWN: POVModerator: William C. McGarvey, MDDebates: Early vs. Late:1:30 Clubfoot: What We See and How We Correct It (Infant to Adolescent) Kenneth J. Noonan, MD1:45 Clubfoot: What You Miss and What We Have To Do (Residual Adult) Mark S. Myerson, MD2:00 Heated Discussion2:15 Tarsal Coalitions: Resect It and You’re Done: Leave it Flat Scott J. Mubarak, MD2:30 Tarsal Coalitions: Cleaning Up the Flatfoot Timothy R. Daniels, MD2:45 Heated DiscussionControversies – Is There An Answer??Moderator: Scott J. Mubarak, MD3:00 Hallux Rigidus: The Cause: Metatarsus Primus Elevatus and Metatarsal Osteotomies Hans J. Trnka, MD3:15 Freiberg’s Infraction: Evidence Based Discussion Steven L. Haddad, MD3:30 DiscussionSports – The Retirement Fund: My Child WILL Go Pro!Moderator: J. Chris Coetzee, MD3:45 The Ankle: Dislocating Peroneal Tendons, Instability, and Os Trigonum: What WE Do Richard S. Davidson, MD4:00 Navicular Stress Fractures and Bipartite Navicular: What WE Do Thomas O. Clanton, MD4:15 Discussion4:30 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 23.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
  • 12. DIRECTORS Mark E. Easley, MD Scott J. Mubarak, MD Duke Health Center Rady Children’s HospitalSteven L. Haddad, MD Durham, NC San Diego, CAIllinois Bone and Joint Institute, LLCGlenview, IL Paul T. Fortin, MD Kenneth J. Noonan, MD Oakland Orthopaedic Surgeons University of WisconsinCharles L. Saltzman, MD Royal Oak, MI Madison, WIUniv of UtahSalt Lake City, UT Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD Washington Univ Orthopaedic Surg LIAISONSRobert B. Anderson, MD Chesterfield, MOOrthoCarolina Gregory C. Berlet, MDCharlotte, NC Anish R. Kadakia, MD Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Center Illinois Bone and Joint Institute, LLC Westerville, OHCaio A. Nery, MD Glenview, ILHospital Israelita Albert Einstein J. Chris Coetzee, MDSao Paulo, Brazil Thomas H. Lee, MD Twin Cities Orthopedics Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Center Eagan, MN Westerville, OHINTERNATIONAL FACULTY William C. McGarvey, MD AAOS STAFFTimothy R. Daniels, MD The University of Texas HealthSt Michaels Hospital Toronto Science Center Howard MevisToronto, Ontario Houston, TX Director, Electronic Media, Evaluations, Course Operations andMark S. Davies, MD Mark S. Myerson, MD Practice ManagementLondon Foot & Ankle Centre Mercy Medical CenterHospital of St. John Elizabeth The Institute for Foot and Ankle Cynthia Tyska, MALondon, United Kingdom Baltimore, MD Manager, CME CoursesHans J. Trnka, MD Lew C. Schon, MD Amber SchroederFoot and Ankle Center, Vienna Union Memorial Hospital CME Course CoordinatorVienna, Austria Baltimore, MD Phyllis McQueenUNITED STATES FACULTY David B. Thordarson, MD CME Course Assistant Univ of Southern CaliforniaChristopher P. Chiodo, MD Los Angeles, CABrigham Orthopedic Associates AOFAS STAFFBoston, MA JOINT IPOS AND IOFAS Lousanne (Zan) Lofgren, CAEThomas O. Clanton, MD FACULTY Executive DirectorSteadman-Hawkins ClinicVail, CO Jon R. Davids, MD Judith Northrup Shriners Hospitals for Children Director of EducationJ. Chris Coetzee, MD Greenville, SCTwin Cities OrthopedicsEagan, MN Richard S. Davidson, MD Children’s Hospital of PhiladelphiaW. Hodges Davis, MD Philadelphia, PAOrthoCarolinaCharlotte, NC Vincent S. Mosca, MD Seattle Children’s HospitalChristopher w. DiGiovanni, MD Seattle, WAUniversity OrthopedicsProvidence, RI
  • 13. Faculty and Staff Disclosure Information• Robert B Anderson, MD (Director) 1 (Arthrex, Inc; DJ Orthopaedics; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);3B (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);5 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);7 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);8 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 04/02/2012.• Gregory Charles Berlet, MD (Committee Liaison) 1 (Bledsoe Brace; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.;);2 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Medtronic);3B (Medtronic; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.;);4 (bledsoe technologies; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.;);5 (DJ Orthopaedics; Zimmer, BMTI);7 (Foot and ANkle specialist ( SAGE ););8 (foot and ankle specialist ( SAGE ););9 (AAOS; American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society;); Submitted on: 04/04/2012.• Christopher P Chiodo, MD (Faculty) 1 (Aircast(DJ); Arthrex, Inc; Darco); 3B (MMI; Zimmer); 4 (Johnson & Johnson; Merck; Zimmer); 8 (Foot and Ankle International); 9 (AAOS; American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society; Mass Ortho Association); Submitted on: 10/18/2011.• Thomas O Clanton, MD (Faculty) 2 (Arthrex, Inc; SBI);3B (Arthrex, Inc;; SBI);3C (Invuity);5 (Arthrex, Inc; Small Bone Innovations); Submitted on: 04/30/2012.• J Chris Coetzee, MD (Committee Liaison) 1 (Arthrex, Inc; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company, MMI);2 (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier);3B (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier; Zimmer, Allosource);4 (Tornier);5 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; Zimmer, Allosource);7 (Elsevier);8 (Foot and Ankle International);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society; AAOS); Submitted on: 04/07/2012.• J Chris Coetzee, MD (Faculty) 1 (Arthrex, Inc; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company, MMI);2 (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier);3B (Arthrex, Inc; Tornier; Zimmer, Allosource);4 (Tornier);5 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; Zimmer, Allosource);7 (Elsevier);8 (Foot and Ankle International);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society; AAOS); Submitted on: 04/07/2012.• Timothy Rudolf Daniels, MD, FRCSC (Faculty) 2 (Biomimetic; Carticept; Integra );3B (Carticept, Biomimetic, Integra);5 (Biomimetic; Carticept; Integra);8 (Foot and Ankle International; Canadian Journal of Surgery);9 (Canadian Orthopaedic Association American Foot and Ankle Society; American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 12/29/2011.• Jon R Davids, MD (Faculty) 8 (Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics; Gait and Posture);9 (AAOS; Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America; Gait & Clinical Movement Analysis Society); Submitted on: 04/04/2012.• Richard S Davidson, MD (Faculty) 1 (Biomet);2 (Biomet);3B (Biomet);3C (Medsonics);4 (Abbott; Bristol- Myers Squibb; GlaxoSmithKline; Merck; Pfizer; ZimmerHoldings Inc Com); Submitted on: 10/30/2011.• Mark S Davies, MD (Faculty) There is no current disclosure available for that person.• Hodges Davis, MD (Faculty) 1 (Arthrex, Inc; DJ Orthopaedics; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);2 (DJ Orthopaedics; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Arthrex, Inc);3B ( Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Arthrex, Inc);5 ( Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Arthrex, Inc);6 (DJ Orthopaedics; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);7 (Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);8 (Foot and Ankle International; Techniques in foot and Ankle);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 04/04/2012.• Christopher W DiGiovanni, MD (Faculty) 1 (Extremity Medical, Inc. );2 (Biomimetic Extremity Medical, Inc.);3B (Biomimetic Extremity Medical, Inc.);4 (Biomimetic Extremity Medical, Inc.);5 (Biomimetic);6 (Curamedix, Inc. Performance Orthotics, Inc. );7 (Saunders Elsevier);8 (Foot and Ankle International Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery (European) Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery); Submitted on: 05/15/2012.• Mark E Easley, MD (Faculty) 2 (Small Bone Innovations; SBI Datatrace/DT MedSurg);3B (Exactech, Inc; SBI; Integra Life Sciences; Tornier);5 (Biomimetic);7 (Saunders/Mosby-Elsevier;; Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 05/15/2012.• Paul T Fortin, MD (Faculty) 3B (Stryker);5 (Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation; Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation); Submitted on: 04/02/2012.• Steven L Haddad, MD (Director) 1 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.); 2 (Olympus BioTech); 3B (Arthrex, Inc; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.); 4 (OrthoHelix Surgical Designs); 5 (Biomimetic); 8 (Foot and Ankle International; Foot and Ankle Surgery, Elsevier); 9 (AAOS; AAOS; AAOS; American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 04/19/2012.Final disclosure updates will be located in the course syllabus.Disclosure Items Answered: (n) = Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. 1= Royalties from a company or supplier; 2=Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a company or supplier; 3A= Paid employee for a company or supplier; 3B= Paid consultant for a companyor supplier; 3C= Unpaid consultant for a company or supplier; 4= Stock or stock options in a company or supplier; 5= Research support from acompany or supplier as a PI; 6= Other financial or material support from a company or supplier; 7= Royalties, financial or material support frompublishers; 8= Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governing board; 9= Board member/committee appointments for a society.
  • 14. • Jeffrey Einer Johnson, MD (Faculty) 1 (OrthoHelix Surgical Designs, Inc.);3B (OrthoHelix Surgical Designs, Inc. Midwest Stone Institute, Inc - Medical Director; MiMedx Group);4 (OrthoHelix Surgical Designs, Inc. Midwest Therapy, LLC);5 (Midwest Stone Institute, Inc);8 (Foot and Ankle International; American Journal of Orthopedics; Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery);9 ( AAOS); Submitted on: 04/17/2012.• Anish Raj Kadakia, MD (Faculty) 3B (Synthes Acumed, LLC); Submitted on: 04/29/2012.• Thomas H Lee, MD (Faculty) 1 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);2 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Integra);3B (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Stryker; DJ Orthopaedics; Biomet; Amniox);5 (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);8 (Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery - British; Foot and Ankle International; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; American Journal of Sports Medicine);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 04/27/2012.• Lousanne Zan Lofgren, CAE (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 04/25/2012.• William C McGarvey, MD (Faculty) 8 (Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery); Submitted on: 04/29/2012.• 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.• Vincent Stephen Mosca, MD (Faculty) 8 (Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics, Journal of Childrens Orthopaedics); Submitted on: 04/03/2012.• Scott J Mubarak, MD (Faculty) 4 (Rhino Pediatric Orthopedic Designs, Inc.); Submitted on: 05/24/2011.• Mark S Myerson, MD (Faculty) 1 (Biomet; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company);2 (Biomet; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company, Orthohelix, Tornier);3B (Biomet; DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company; Stryker; Tornier; Orthohelix, Allosource);3C (Tornier);4 (Orthohelix);5 (Ossur);7 (Elsevier); Submitted on: 04/02/2012.• Caio A Nery, MD (Director) 2 (Arthrex, Inc; GM Reis - Campinas, Brazil);3B (Arthrex, Inc );3C (GM Reis - Campinas, Brazil);8 (Revista Brasileira de Ortopedia e Traumatologia; Acta Ortopédica Brasileira; Revista da ABTPé - Brazilian Foot and Ankle Society; Revista Latino-americana de Tobillo y Pié);9 (IFFAS - International Federation of Foot and Ankle Societies; FLAMeCiPP - Federación Latino Americana de Medicina y Cirugia de la Pierna y Pié); Submitted on: 04/09/2012.• Ken J Noonan, MD (Faculty) 1 (Biomet; Biomet);3B (Biomet);5 (Biomet);9 (Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America); Submitted on: 04/02/2012.• Judith Northrup (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 10/20/2011.• Charles L Saltzman, MD (Director) 1 (Tornier); 3B (Tornier; Zimmer); 4 (Tornier); 7 (Saunders/Mosby- Elsevier); 8 (Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research; Foot and Ankle International); 9 (Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons); Submitted on: 04/30/2012.• Lew C Schon, MD (Faculty) 1 (Aircast(DJ)-DJ Orthopaedics; Arthrex, Inc; Darco; Nexa Orthopaedics- Tornier; Zimmer;);2 (Nexa Orthopaedics- Tornier; Biomet; Zimmer;);3B (Arthrex Inc; Zimmer; Nexa Orthopaedics- Tornier; Biomet; Biomimetic; Guidepoint Global; Gerson Lehrman Group );3C (Royer Biomedical, Inc; Carestream Health; The Snyder Center of Pain Pharmacology);4 (Nexa Orthopaedics-Tornier; Royer Biomedical, Inc; Bioactive Surgical Technologies, Inc.; Healthpoint Capital);5 (Zimmer; Nexa Orthopaedics- Tornier; Arthrex, Inc; Biomimetic; Biomet; BONFIX LTD, Integra Life Sciences; Omega;);6 (Bioactive Surgical Inc; Concepts in Medicine LLC; Smith Nephew Endoscopy);7 ( Elsevier (publishing textbook royalty));9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society; Outreach and Education Fund); Submitted on: 04/02/2012.• Amber Schroeder (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 04/04/2012.• David B Thordarson, MD (Faculty) 1 (DePuy, A Johnson & Johnson Company);4 (Orthohelix);7 (Foot and Ankle International; Wolters Kluwer Health - Lippincott Williams & Wilkins);8 (Foot and Ankle International);9 (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society); Submitted on: 09/26/2011.• Hans Joerg Trnka, MD (Faculty) 1 (OFA Rathgeber);2 (Johnson & Johnson; Wright Medical Technology, Inc.; Arthrex, Inc);3C (Wright Medical Technology, Inc.);8 (JATROS ORTHOPÄDIE); Submitted on: 05/30/2010.• Cynthia Tyska (Staff) (n) Submitted on: 04/04/2012.Final disclosure updates will be located in the course syllabus.Disclosure Items Answered: (n) = Respondent answered No to all items indicating no conflicts. 1= Royalties from a company or supplier; 2=Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a company or supplier; 3A= Paid employee for a company or supplier; 3B= Paid consultant for a companyor supplier; 3C= Unpaid consultant for a company or supplier; 4= Stock or stock options in a company or supplier; 5= Research support from acompany or supplier as a PI; 6= Other financial or material support from a company or supplier; 7= Royalties, financial or material support frompublishers; 8= Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governing board; 9= Board member/committee appointments for a society.