Preliminary ProgramPRESIDENTIAL GUEST SPEAKERCongressman Tom Price, MDMarietta, GADISTINGUISHED SOUTHERN ORTHOPAEDISTJames...
Dear Colleague,I would like to take this opportunity to extend to you and yourfamily my personal invitation to attend the ...
lectureships, symposia, multimediaeducational sessions, and poster exhibits.OBJECTIVESEducational objectives will be met t...
THURSDAY, JULY 186:00 am – 6:30 am Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)6:30 am – ...
1:12 pm – 1:18 pm Transtibial Versus Two-Incision ACL Reconstruction: Comparison Of FailureAmong Young, Active Patients Ag...
12:56 pm – 1:02 pm Locked Intramedullary Total Wrist ArthrodesisJorge L. Orbay, MD, The Miami Hand and Upper Extremity Ins...
11:21 am – 11:27 am Failure Of Cephalomedullary Fixation For Low-Energy Basicervical FracturesOf The Proximal Femur: A Cas...
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Southern Orthopaedic Association 30th Annual Meeting

  1. 1. Preliminary ProgramPRESIDENTIAL GUEST SPEAKERCongressman Tom Price, MDMarietta, GADISTINGUISHED SOUTHERN ORTHOPAEDISTJames R. Andrews, MDThe Andrews InstituteGulf Breeze, FLSouthern Orthopaedic Associations30th Annual MeetingJuly 17-20, 2013The BreakersPalm Beach, FLUp to 28.5AMA PRACategory 1credits™For activities and hotel information, please visit www.soaassn.org.10 credit Self-Assessment Exam Available Onsite
  2. 2. Dear Colleague,I would like to take this opportunity to extend to you and yourfamily my personal invitation to attend the 30th Annual Meetingof the Southern Orthopaedic Association July 17-20, 2013. Ihave been affiliated with SOA since its founding in the early1980’s and am truly honored to have been chosen to serve as thisyear’s President. The 30th Anniversary, our “Pearl”Anniversary, should be a milestone for any organization and I pledge that ourmeeting this year will be a pearl to remember.James R. Andrews, MD will be honored as this year’s Distinguished SouthernOrthopaedist. Dr. Andrews name is synonymous with Sports Medicine and he hastruly reshaped the discipline of arthroscopy and care of the throwing athlete. TomPrice, MD an Orthopaedic Surgeon and the 5th ranking Republican in the U.S.House of Representatives, will be my Presidential Guest Speaker. His insights onfederal initiatives to reshape healthcare are revealing. Reinhold Schmieding, thefounder of Arthrex, Inc. and a man who has helped refine the practice ofarthroscopy, will speak on the evolution of an industry leader.I have selected Matthew Matava, MD to serve as this year’s Program Chair.Together we are off to a great start in crafting a program of high scientific merit,but also one with a balance of practical information for the surgeon in privatepractice, and a variety of thought provoking seminars. With the leadership of lastyear’s President, T. Moorman, we plan to offer the inauguration of our annualprogram to facilitate the completion of SAE’s necessary for your MOCrequirements.In short, we plan the grandest convocation of the SOA to date. I know it will bea great time of learning, fellowship, and family. Donna and I truly hope to see youthere.Sincerely,Fred FlandryFred Flandry, MD, FACSPresident, Southern Orthopaedic AssociationAccreditation Informationcont. on p. 32013 PROGRAM COMMITTEEThe Southern Orthopaedic Association gratefullyacknowledges these orthopaedic surgeons for theircontribution to the development of the scientificprogram:Matthew J. Matava, MD, ChairL. Andrew Koman, MDLee R. Leddy, MDRichard S. Moore, MDH. Clayton Thomason III, MDAlison P. Toth, MDMISSIONThe Southern Orthopaedic Association was founded in1983 solely to develop and foster scientific medicine inthe specialty of orthopaedic surgery. Annual Meetingsof the Association are dedicated to disseminatingcurrent clinical, research, and practice innovations inorthopaedic medicine.TARGET AUDIENCEThe 30th Annual Meeting of the Southern OrthopaedicAssociation has been developed primarily fororthopaedic and trauma surgeons.CME ACCREDITATIONThis activity has been planned and implemented inaccordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education(ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the AmericanAcademy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the SouthernOrthopaedic Association. The American Academy ofOrthopaedic Surgeons is accredited by the ACCME tosponsor continuing medical education for physicians.The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeonsdesignates this live activity for a maximum of 28.5 AMAPRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claimonly the credit commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.* 20 CME Credits for Scientific Program* 4.5 CME Credits for Scientific Poster Sessions* 4 CME Credits for Multimedia Education SessionsCEC CREDITPhysician’s Assistants can receive up to 28.5 credithours toward Continuing Education Credits. AAPAaccepts American Medical Association Category I,Level 1 CME credit for the Physician’s RecognitionAward from organizations accredited by the ACCME.PURPOSE1. To provide the participants with an unbiasededucational experience that will enable themto remain current in the general practice oforthopaedic surgery.2. To provide the participants with an in-depthexposure to various subspecialty areas oforthopaedic surgery.3. To provide participants with an opportunityto be exposed to leading orthopaedicadvances.4. To present a forum for an open exchange ofideas between the presenters, the faculty,and the participants through paperpresentations, instructional courses, guestSOA Presidents MessageFred Flandry, MD, FACS
  3. 3. lectureships, symposia, multimediaeducational sessions, and poster exhibits.OBJECTIVESEducational objectives will be met through acombination of paper presentations, lectures andworkshops in plenary and specialty sessions allowingopen discussion with the lecturers and paperpresenters. The following objectives will be addressedduring the Scientific Program, such that at theconclusion of this course the attendees should be ableto:1. Critically evaluate orthopaedic diseases andtreatments through evidenced basedoutcome presentations.2. Discuss basic science and clinical studyadvances and their implications pertainingto the diagnosis and treatment oforthopaedic diseases.3. Enhance and maximize clinical andoperative skills in the management of newand leading technology in orthopaedicdisorders.These educational objectives will be obtained throughpaper presentations, instructional courses, guestlectureships, symposia, multimedia educationalsessions, and poster exhibits..DISCLAIMERThe products, procedures, and opinions presented atthis meeting reflect the viewpoint or approach of thepresenter only, and are not to be attributed to theSouthern Orthopaedic Association. The SouthernOrthopaedic Association presents such material forinformational purposes only and does not endorse anysuch product or the content of any such presentation.FORMATThe educational sessions will be held Thursday, Fridayand Saturday, July 18-20, from approximately 6:30 amuntil 2:45 pm.SCIENTIFIC POSTER SESSIONSScientific Posters are an important feature of the SOAAnnual Meeting. Posters will be on display each day ofthe Scientific Program and poster presenters will beavailable to answer questions before and after theScientific Program Sessions. Please note on theScientific Program Schedule the designated timesthe poster presenters will be available fordiscussion.MULTIMEDIA EDUCATION SESSIONSThe SOA will provide multimedia education sessionsThursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons, July 18-20.A comprehensive selection of AAOS DVDs will beavailable for your individual education. These DVDs willhighlight surgical procedures and current concepts inOrthopaedics. Registered attendees should find theseDVDs informative and helpful in their practice.PHYSICIAN REGISTRATION FEERegistration covers the Scientific Program, Syllabus,Daily Continental Breakfasts and Coffee Breaks,General Meeting Expenses, Multimedia EducationalSessions, Poster Sessions, Welcome Reception,Exhibitor Reception and the Gala Reception andDinner Dance.2013 Presidential Guest SpeakerCongressman Tom Price, MDSOA is pleased to have Congressman Tom Price as its Presi-dential Guest Speaker at the 30th Annual Meeting in PalmBeach, Florida. Congressman Price was first elected to repre-sent Georgia’s 6th district in November 2004. Prior to goingto Washington, Price served four terms in the Georgia StateSenate – two as Minority Whip. In 2002, he was a leader in theRepublican renaissance in Georgia as the party took control ofthe State Senate, with Price rising to become the first Republican Senate MajorityLeader in the history of Georgia.In Congress, Rep. Price has proven to be a vibrant leader, tireless problem solverand the go-to Republican on quality health care policy. He serves on the HouseWays and Means and the Budget Committees. In the 112th Congress, Price waselected by his colleagues to serve as the fifth ranking Republican in the House asthe Chairman of the Republican Policy Committee. In the preceding Congress, heserved as Chairman of the Republican Study Committee. Committed to advancingpositive solutions under principled leadership, Price has been a fierce opponent ofgovernment waste and devoted to limited government and lower spending.For nearly twenty years, Rep. Price worked in private practice as an orthopedicsurgeon. Before coming to Washington he returned to Emory University School ofMedicine as an Assistant Professor and Medical Director of the Orthopedic Clinicat Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, teaching resident doctors in training. Hereceived his Bachelor and Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University ofMichigan and completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at Emory. CongressmanPrice and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in Roswell, GA. They have one son who is incollege.2013 Distinguished Southern OrthopaedistJames R. Andrews, MDSOA is pleased to have James R. Andrews, MD as recipient of the2013 Distinguished Southern Orthopaedist Award. He currentlypractices at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida.Dr. Andrews is a founder of Andrews Sports Medicine and Ortho-paedic Center and the American Sports Medicine Institute in Bir-mingham, Alabama and the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze,Florida. He has mentored more than 250 Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellows and50 Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellows.He graduated from Louisiana State University in 1963, completed LSU School ofMedicine in 1967 and his orthopaedic residency at Tulane Medical School in 1972.He is a member of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and the AmericanAcademy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is Past-President of the American Ortho-paedic Society for Sports Medicine. He is Clinical Professor of OrthopaedicSurgery at the University of Alabama Birmingham Medical School. He serves asMedical Director for several collegiate and professional teams.Accreditation Information
  4. 4. THURSDAY, JULY 186:00 am – 6:30 am Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)6:30 am – 6:45 am First Business Meeting6:45 am Welcome, Introduction of Program & AnnouncementsFred Flandry, MD, FACS, PresidentMatthew J. Matava, MD, Program ChairGENERAL SESSION 1: ArthroplastyModerator: Paul F. Lachiewicz, MD6:50 am – 6:56 am Race And Outcome In Arthroplasty SurgeryJesus M. Villa, MD, Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital/Arthritis SurgeryResearch Foundation, Miami, FL6:56 am – 7:02 am Preoperative Patient Education For Hip And Knee Arthroplasty: FinancialBenefit?Mark A. Tait, MD, St. Vincent Infirmary Medical, Little Rock, AR7:02 am – 7:08 am Mobile Compression Devices Are Efficacious For VTE Prophylaxis FollowingTotal Joint ArthroplastyRyan M. Nunley, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO7:08 am – 7:14 am Hemoglobin Trends After Primary Total Hip And Knee Arthroplasty: Are DailyPost-Operative Hemoglobin Phlebotomies Necessary?Kushal Patel, MD, Scott and White Memorial Hospital, Temple, TX7:14 am – 7:20 am Preintervention Pain In Total Joint Arthroplasty: Do We Wait Until ItsIntolerable?Carlos J. Lavernia, MD, FAAOS, Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital/ArthritisSurgery Research Foundation, Miami, FL7:20 am – 7:26 am Effect Of Preoperative Intravenous Methocarbamol And IntravenousAcetaminophenOnOpioidUseAfterPrimaryTotalHipAndKneeReplacementThomas Looke, MD, PhD, Winter Park Memorial Hospital, Winter Park, FL* Presented by Cameron Kluth7:26 am – 7:30 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 2: TraumaModerator: Langdon A. Hartsock, MD7:30 am – 7:36 am TheImpactOfAgeOnReoperationRatesForFemoralNeckFracturesTreatedWith Percutaneous Pinning And Hemiarthroplasty?Joshua Griffin, MD, Scott and White Memorial Hospital, Temple, TX7:36 am – 7:42 am PCL Injury With Retrograde Femoral Nailing: An Anatomical And MRI StudyJoshuaR.Blomberg,MD,UniversityofWisconsinHospitalandClinics,Madison,WI7:42 am – 7:48 am Predicting Successful Limb Salvage in Open Calcaneal Fractures: APredictive Model Using Patient and Injury Specific VariablesAdamBevevino,MD,WalterReedNationalMilitaryMedicalCenter,Washington,DC7:48 am – 7:54 am Split-ThicknessSkinGraftsForResidualLimbCoverageAndPreservationOfAmputation LengthElizabethPolfer,MD,WalterReedNationalMilitaryMedicalCenter,Washington,DC7: 54 am – 8:00 am Radiation Exposure in the Level I Trauma PatientMichael Gottschalk, MD, Emory University School of Medicine/Grady Hospital,Atlanta, GA8:00 am – 8:06 am Ballistic Fractures Of The Lower Extremity: A Review Of Soft TissueComplications From A Level I Trauma CenterJames Black, MD, Emory University School of Medicine/Grady Memorial Hospital,Atlanta, GA8:06 am – 8:10 am Discussion8:10 am – 8:30 am Break: Visit EXHIBITS and POSTERSSYMPOSIUM 1: Common Orthopedic Tumors: When To Treat, When To ReferModerator: Cynthia L. Emory, MD8:30 am – 8:39 am Imaging Pearls in the Diagnosis of Orthopedic TumorsH. Thomas Temple, MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL8:39 am – 8:48 am Soft Tissue Lumps and Bumps: How to Stay Out of TroubleSheila Conway, MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL8:48 am – 8:57 am Malignant and Benign Bone Tumors You Are Likely to EncounterCorey Montgomery, MD, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR8:57 am – 9:06 am Medical-Legal Considerations in Managing Patients with MusculoskeletalTumorsWilliam G. Ward, MD, Guthrie Clinic, Sayre, PA9: 06 am – 9:15 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 3: OREF Report and Presidential AddressModerator: Fred Flandry, MD, FACS9:15 am – 9:20 am OREF ReportSpeaker TBA9:20 am – 9:25 am Introduction of SOA PresidentMatthew J. Matava, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, Chesterfield,MO9:25 am – 10:10 am Presidential Address“Title TBA”Fred Flandry, MD, FACS, Columbus, GA10:10 am – 10:30 am Break: Visit EXHIBITS and POSTERSSYMPOSIUM 2: Fundamentals and Challenges in Revision Total Knee ArthroplastyModerator: C. Lowry Barnes, MD10:30 am – 10:42 am Preoperative PlanningPaul Edwards, MD, St. Vincents Institute / Arkansas Specialty Orthopaedics, LittleRock, AR10:42 am – 10:54 am A Treatment Algorithm for the Painful Total KneeMichael P. Bolognesi, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC10: 54 am – 11:06 am Dealing with Segmental Bone LossJames A. Browne, MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA11:06 am – 11:18 am Periprosthetic Infection: An Evidence-Based ApproachC.LowryBarnes,MD,St.VincentsInstitute/ArkansasSpecialtyOrthopaedics,LittleRock, AR11:18 am – 11:30 am Discussion11:30 am – 12:30 pm INDUSTRY SPONSORED WORKSHOP LUNCHEONGENERAL SESSION 4: Sports MedicineModerator: Allison P. Toth, MD12:30 pm – 12:36 pm Precision And Accuracy Of Identifying Anatomic Surface LandmarksAmongst 30 Expert Hip ArthroscopistsJeffrey M. DeLong, BS, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA12:36 pm – 12:42 pm Knot Strength Varies Widely Among Expert ArthroscopistsBryan T. Hanypsiak, MD, Arthrex, Inc., Naples, FL12:42 pm – 12:48 pm Micheli ACL Reconstruction In Prepubescent Youths: A RetrospectiveOutcomes StudyS. Clifton Willimon, MD, Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta/Childrens Orthopaedics ofAtlanta, Atlanta, GA12:48 pm – 12:54 pm Access To Outpatient Care For Adult Rotator Cuff Patients With PrivateInsurance Versus MedicaidBrendan Mackinnon-Patterson, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina Hospital,Chapel Hill, NC12:54 pm – 1:00 pm Analysis Of Subjective And Objective Fatigue In Fast-Pitch Softball PitchersDuring A Single SeasonJustin S. Yang, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO1:00 pm – 1:06 pm Preoperative Factors Associated With Post-Operative Outcomes AmongPatellofemoral Stabilization And Realignment PatientsJennifer Howard, PhD, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY*Presented by Nicholas A. Kenney, MD1:06 pm – 1:12 pm Early Detection Of Movement Related Risk Factors For Second Knee InjuriesIn ACL Reconstruction PatientsRobin M. Queen, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NCSOAs 30th Annual Meeting TJuly 18-20, 2013 • The BreaPresenters and times subject to change
  5. 5. 1:12 pm – 1:18 pm Transtibial Versus Two-Incision ACL Reconstruction: Comparison Of FailureAmong Young, Active Patients Aged 25 And UnderJames A. Hurt III, MD, Mississippi Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center,Jackson, MS1:18 pm – 1:24 pm A Predictive Model Of Outcomes After Anterior Cruciate LigamentReconstruction – What Graft And Technique For My Patient?Jonathan A. Godin, MD, MBA, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC1:24 pm – 1:30 pm DiscussionINSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURE 1Moderator: TBA1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Total Joint Arthroplasty and Common Fractures in the ElderlySpeakers TBA2:30 pm – 2:40 pm Discussion2:40 pm – 3:40 pm Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)3:40 pm – 5:00 pm Multimedia Education SessionFRIDAY, JULY 196:00 am – 6:30 am Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)6:30 am AnnouncementsMatthew J. Matava, MD, Program ChairGENERAL SESSION 5: Total Hip ArthroplastyModerator: Michael P. Bolognesi, MD6:35 am – 6:41 am Total Joint Replacement In Patients Over 90 Years Of Age Is A Viable OptionBut Requires Risk AdjustmentJames A. Browne, MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA*Presented by Michele R. DApuzzo6:41 am – 6:47 am PerformanceOfHighlyCross-LinkedPolyethyleneInTotalHipArthroplastyInYoung And Active PatientsMorteza Meftah, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY6:47 am – 6:53 am WOMAC And The Cost-Utility Of Total Hip ArthroplastyDavid A. Iacobelli, MD, Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital/Arthritis SurgeryResearch Foundation. Miami, FL6:53 am – 6:59 am Cementless THA Has Higher Incidence And Severity Of Thigh Pain ThanSurface ReplacementRyan M. Nunley, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO6:59 am – 7:12 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 6: Total Knee ArthroplastyModerator: C. Lowry Barnes, MD7:12 am – 7:18 am Cost Analysis Of Topical Tranexamic Acid Use In Reducing PerioperativeBlood Loss In TKATamara Huff, MD, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA7:18 am – 7:24 am Do Patients Return To Work After Total Knee Arthroplasty?Ryan M. Nunley, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO7:24 am – 7:30 am Gender Specific Design In TKR: Does it Matter?Carlos J. Lavernia, MD, FAAOS, Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital/ArthritisSurgery Research Foundation, Miami, FL7:30 am – 7:36 am DoesCTPALeadToOverdiagnosisOfPEAndSubjectPatientsToIatrogenicHarm Following Total Joint Arthroplasty?James A. Browne, MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA7:36 am – 7:42 am 12 Year Survival And Osteolysis With A Modern Posterior-Stabilized TotalKnee ArthroplastyPaul F. Lachiewicz, MD, Chapel Hill Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, ChapelHill, NC7:42 am – 7:48 am Assessment Of Particle Induced Reactive Synovitis In Fixed And MobileBearing M Posterior-Stabilized Designs: A 10-Year Prospective Matched-PairMRI StudyMorteza Meftah, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY7:48 am – 8:05 am Discussion8:05 am – 8:25 am Break: Visit EXHIBITS and POSTERSSYMPOSIUM 3: Update on Orthopedic Trauma: Getting Through the NightModerator: Andrew N. Pollak, MD8:25 am – 8:35 am Principles of Damage Control OrthopedicsAndrew N. Pollak, MD, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD8:35 am – 8:45 am Treatment of Open Fractures: Is Time of the Essence?Andrew N. Pollak, MD, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD8:45 am – 8:55 am Displaced Femoral Neck Fractures in Young AdultsLangdon A. Hartsock, MD, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC8:55 am – 9:05 am Supracondylar Humerus Fractures in ChildrenJoshua M. Abzug, MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD9:05 am – 9:15 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 7: Distinguished Southern Orthopaedist and AAOS ReportModerator: Fred Flandry, MD, FACS9:15 am – 9:20 am Introduction of Distinguished Southern OrthopaedistFred Flandry, MD, FACS, Columbus, GA9:20 am – 10:00 am Distinguished Southern Orthopaedist“Sports Medicine and Success”James R. Andrews, MD, The Andrews Institute, Gulf Breeze, FL10:00 am – 10:10 am AAOS ReportJoshua J. Jacobs, MD, President, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons,Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL10:10 am – 10:30 am Break: Visit EXHIBITS and POSTERSSYMPOSIUM 4: Current Concepts in the Young Adult HipModerator: Ryan M. Nunley, MD10:30 am – 10:40 am Imaging Studies in the Evaluation of Hip Disorders in the Young AdultRichard C. Mather III, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC10:40 am – 10:50 am Hip Arthroscopy in 2013: Femoroacetabular Impingement and Labral Repair:Indications, Techniques, and OutcomesJ. W. Thomas Byrd, MD, Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center,Nashville, TN10:50 am – 11:00 am Osteotomies of the HipSteven A. Olson, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC11:00 am – 11:10 am Hip Resurfacing vs. Hip Replacement in the Young AdultRyan M. Nunley, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO11:10 am – 11:20 am Discussion11:20 am – 12:20 pm INDUSTRY SPONSORED WORKSHOP LUNCHEONGENERAL SESSION 8: Upper ExtremityModerator: L. Andrew Koman, MD12:20 pm – 12:26 pm Use Of Photography On Patient Rehabilitation After Shoulder ManipulationUnder AnesthesiaJared A. Brummel, DO, The Hughston Clinic, Columbus, GA12:26 pm – 12:32 pm A Biomechanical Comparison Between All-Arthroscopic Knotless AndOutside-In Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex RepairsMihir J. Desai, MD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA12:32 pm – 12:38 pm Biomechanical Comparison Of Screw Trajectory To Fracture Pattern ForUnstable Scaphoid FracturesGregory Faucher, MD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA12:38 pm – 12:44 pm The Effect Of Age On Patient Satisfaction After Arthroscopic Rotator CuffRepairClay G. Nelson, BS, Jordan Young Institute, Virginia Beach, VA12:44 pm – 12:50 pm A Positive Tangent Sign Predicts The Repairability Of Rotator Cuff TearsMichael Kissenberth, MD, Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas/GreenvilleHospital System, Greenville, SC12:50 pm – 12:56 pm Outcomes Of Ulnar Shortening Osteotomy For The Treatment Of Ulnar-SidedWrist PainRyan Mitchell, MD, University of South Alabama, Mobile, ALTentative Scientific Programakers • Palm Beach, Florida Location by abstract presenters names is where the research took place
  6. 6. 12:56 pm – 1:02 pm Locked Intramedullary Total Wrist ArthrodesisJorge L. Orbay, MD, The Miami Hand and Upper Extremity Institute, Miami, FL1:02 pm – 1:08 pm OutcomesOfAcuteMiddleThirdClavicleFracturesFollowingFixationWithA2.7 mm DC Plate: A Retrospective AnalysisJohn A. Tanksley, MD, Greenville Hospital System, Greenville, SC1:08 pm – 1:14 pm Outcomes Of Biceps Tenodesis In An Active Duty PopulationJeremy Jacobs, MD, Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon, GA1:14 pm – 1:20 pm DiscussionINSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURE 2Moderator: TBA1:20 pm – 2:40 pm Foot & Ankle Review; Tumor UpdateSpeakers TBA2:40 pm – 2:50 pm Discussion2:50 pm – 3:50 pm Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)3:50 pm – 5:00 pm Multimedia Education SessionSATURDAY, JULY 206:00 am – 6:30 am Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)6:30 am AnnouncementsMatthew J. Matava, MD, Program ChairGENERAL SESSION 9: General Orthopedics / Foot & AnkleModerator: TBA6:35 am – 6:41 am Surgical Site Infection: A Comparison Of Multispecialty And Single SpecialtyOutpatient FacilitiesMichael Gottschalk, MD, Emory University School of Medicine/Grady Hospital,Atlanta, GA6:41 am – 6:47 am The Relationship Between Residency Selection Criteria and SubsequentPerformance in an Orthopaedic Surgery ResidencyAmit Sood, MD, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ6:47 am – 6:53 am Intraoperative Monitoring Of Epiphyseal Perfusion In Slipped Capital FemoralEpiphysisChristopher Jones, MD, Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA6:53 am – 6:59 am Prognosticators Of Local Recurrence In High-Grade Soft Tissue Sarcomas:Hydrogen Peroxide As A Local AdjuvantAdamN.Wooldridge,MD,MPH,TheWexnerMedicalCenter/OhioStateUniversity,Columbus, OH6:59 am – 7:05 am Muscle Viability Revisited: Are We Removing Normal Muscle? A CriticalEvaluation of Dogmatic DebridementAdam Sassoon, MD, MS, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL7:05 am – 7:11 am Fracture Displacement Following Initial Radiographs Of Mid-Shaft ClavicleFractures Changes Treatment RecommendationRebecca C. Whitesell, MD, University of Alabama Birmingham, Birmingham, AL7:11 am – 7:17 am Outcomes After Total Ankle Replacement In Association With IpsilateralHindfoot ArthrodesisJohn S. Lewis Jr., MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC7:17 am – 7:23 am Early To Mid-Term Outcomes Of Fixed-Bearing Total Ankle Using A ModularIntramedullary Tibial ComponentSamuel B. Adams Jr., MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC7:23 am – 7:29 am Allograft Reconstruction Of Irreparable Peroneal Tendon TearsWilliam R. Mook, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC7:29 am – 7:35 am DiscussionSYMPOSIUM 5: Athletic Conditions of the Foot & AnkleModerator: Mark E. Easley, MD7:35 am – 7:45 am Lisfranc Injuries: Evaluation and TreatmentJames A. Nunley II, MD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC7:45 am – 7:55 am Ligamentous Injuries of the AnkleThomas O. Clanton, MD, The Steadman Clinic, Vail, CO7:55 am – 8:05 am Achilles Tendon Rupture: An Evidence-Based Approach to Treatment andRehabilitationNed Amendola, MD, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA8:05 am – 8:15 am Common Fractures of the Foot and Ankle in AthletesBeat Hintermann, MD, Orthopaedic Clinic at Kantonsspital, Liestal, Switzerland8:15 am – 8:25 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 10: ArthroplastyModerator: TBA8:25 am – 8:31 am Fixation, Survival And Dislocation Of Jumbo Acetabular Components InRevision Hip ArthroplastyPaul F. Lachiewicz, MD, Chapel Hill Orthopedic Surgery & Sports Medicine, ChapelHill, NC8:31 am – 8:37 am Impact Of Socioeconomic Factors On Results Of Total Knee ArthroplastyRyan M. Nunley, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO8:37 am – 8:43 am Correlation Of Economic Factors And Outcomes In Total Knee ArthroplastyCarlos J. Lavernia, MD, FAAOS, Orthopaedic Institute at Mercy Hospital/ArthritisSurgery Research Foundation, Miami, FL8:43 am – 8:49 am Quantifying The Cost-Effectiveness OfAll-Polyethylene Tibial Components InTotal Knee ArthroplastyJames A. Browne, MD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA8:49 am – 8:55 am Infection Rate In Total Knee Arthroplasty In “High Risk” Patients UsingAntibiotic Bone Cement: Preliminary ResultsRabah Qadir, MD, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, New Orleans, LA8:55 am – 9:01 am DirectAnteriorApproachVsPosteriorApproachInRestoringLeg-LengthAndOffset In Primary Total Hip ArthroplastyMichael D. Smith, MD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA9:01 am – 9:07 am Tritanium Jumbo Cups In Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty With MajorAcetabular Defects: A New LookMorteza Meftah, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY9:07 am – 9:13 am Dynamic Balance Differences Between Isolated TKA Patients And PatientsWith Multiple Arthroplasties One Year Following TKARobin M. Queen, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC9:13 am – 9:19 am Static Balance Differences One Year Following A Single Joint ArthroplastyCompared To Patients Following Multiple Joint ArthroplastiesRobert J. Butler, DPT, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC9:19 am – 9:25 am Discussion9:25 am – 9:50 am Break: Visit EXHIBITS and POSTERSGENERAL SESSION 11: Presidential Guest SpeakerModerator: Fred Flandry, MD, FACS9:50 am – 9:55 am Introduction of Presidential Guest SpeakerFred Flandry, MD, FACS, Columbus, GA9:55 am – 10:35 am Presidential Guest Speaker Presentation“Health Care Reform: A Current Perspective”Congressman Tom Price, MD, Atlanta, GA10:35 am – 10:45 am BreakGENERAL SESSION 12: Sports Medicine / TraumaModerator: Claude T. Moorman III, MD10:45 am – 10:51 am Functional Deficits Remain From 6 To 12 Months Following ACL SurgeryRobert J. Butler, DPT, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC10:51 am – 10:57 am Elbow Extension ROM Loss Is Protective Of Injury In Youth Baseball PitchersMichael Kissenberth, MD, Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas/ GreenvilleHospital System, Greenville, SC10:57 am – 11:03 am Effect Of Pitching Restrictions And Mound Distance On Youth Baseball PitchCountsNicholas Kenney, MD, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY11:03 am – 11:09 am Treatment Of Isolated Posterior Malleolus FracturesShahin Sheibani-Rad, MD, Mclare-Flint/Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI11:09 am – 11:15 am Open Femoral Shaft Fractures: A Difficult Problem In Capable HandsAdam Sassoon, MD, MS, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL11:15 am – 11:21 am Factors Affecting Spanning – Knee External Fixator Stiffness: ABiomechanical StudyMihir J. Desai, MD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
  7. 7. 11:21 am – 11:27 am Failure Of Cephalomedullary Fixation For Low-Energy Basicervical FracturesOf The Proximal Femur: A Case SeriesScott Watson, MD, Greenville Hospital System, Greenville, SC11:27 am – 11:39 am DiscussionGENERAL SESSION 13: SpineModerator: TBA11:39 am – 11:45 am What Is The Best Construct For Fusion Across The Cervicothoracic Joint?Justin S. Yang, MD, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO11:45 am – 11:51 am Cervical Posterior Foraminotomy’s Effect On Segmental Range Of Motion InThe Setting Of Total Disc ArthroplastyAdamBevevino,MD,WalterReedNationalMilitaryMedicalCenter,Washington,DC11:51 am – 11:57 am Outcomes Following Cervical Disc ArthroplastyRobert Tracey, MD, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD11:57 am – 12:03 pm Anatomic Feasibility Of C2 Pedicle Screw Fixation: The Effect Of VariableAngle Interpolation Of Axial CT ScansJoseph O’Brien, MD, MPH, George Washington University, Washington, DC12:03 pm – 12:09 pm Does Spanning The Ring Apophysis Affect Lateral Lumbar Interbody FusionRates? A Preliminary ReportBradford S. Waddell, MD, Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans, LA12:09 pm – 12:15 pm A Less Invasive Transforaminal Approach To Lumbar Interbody FusionJeffrey L. Katzell, MD, Lake Worth, FL12:15 pm – 12:21 pm The Local Application Of Vancomycin For The Prevention Of Lumbar SpineWound InfectionRadek Hart, Prof, MD, PhD, FRCS, General Hospital, Znojmo, Czech Republic12:21 pm – 12:27 pm Pulmonary Function Following Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery: MinimumTwo Year Follow-UpRobert Tracey, MD, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD12:27 pm – 12:33 pm Analysis Of Postoperative Pain Reduction As A Function Of Comorbidities InElderly PatientsDavid Eidelson, BA, South Palm Orthospine Institute, Delray Beach, FL12:33 pm – 12:45 pm Discussion12:45 pm – 1:00 pm Second Business Meeting1:00 pm – 1:20 pm Lunch BreakINSTRUCTIONAL COURSE LECTURE 3Moderator: TBA1:20 pm – 2:20 pm Common Sports Medicine IssuesSpeakers TBA2:20 pm – 2:30 pm Discussion2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Scientific Poster Session (Presenters will be available to answer questions.)3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Multimedia Education Session2013 SOA Poster PresentersMarco A. Augart, BSImproving Outcomes Of Lateral Unicompartmental KneeArthroplasty With Robotic-Assisted SurgeryHusain Bharmal, MDOutcomes Of Combat-Related Tibial Plateau FracturesDaniel N. Bracey, MDAngiotensin-(1-7) Prevents Radiation-Induced Muscle Fibrosis:An In Vivo Murine ModelHospital Length Of Stay And Inpatient Costs With A Co-ManagedHip Fracture Service LineJames A. Browne, MDThe Impact of Depression Following Total Joint Arthroplasty: ANationwide Database StudyTransfusion Rates Are Increasing Following Total HipArthroplasty: Risk Factors And OutcomesRobert J. Butler, DPT, PhDFundamental Movement Profiles In Professional BaseballPitchers And Non-PitchersAn Economical Model For In The Field ACL Injury Screening InCollege AthletesFilippo Chillemi, MDRetrospective Review Comparing Post-Operative Protocols ForCMC Interpositional ArthroplastyRyan Clement, PA-CA Systematic Review Of Fresh Osteochondral AllograftTransplantation For Large Osteochondral Lesions Of The TalusBlake Clifton, MDEvaluation Of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Vs.Dermabond Closure Over Orthopaedic Incisions In The Hip AndKnee: A Retrospective StudyPaul Edwards, MDUncemented Vs. Cemented Stems In Two-Stage Revision ForInfected Total Knee ArthroplastyYaser El-Gazaar, MDContribution Of Rotator Cuff Suture Fixation To Locked PlatingOf 2- And 3-Part Fractures Of The Proximal Humerus: ABiomechanical Cadaveric StudyJ. Nicole Fussell, MDScreening For Metal Allergy In Joint ArthroplastyJustin W. Griffin, MDObstructrive Sleep Apnea As A Risk Factor After ShoulderArthroplastyRadek Hart, Prof, MD, PhD, FRCSRadiological And Clinical Evaluation Of The DynamicInterlaminar ImplantKyle P. Kokko, MD, PhDHand Surgeons Probably Don’t Starve – Patient’s Perceptions OfPhysician Reimbursements For Performing A Carpal TunnelReleaseWilliam Krywicki, MDHip Fracture ProgramSteven M. Kurtz, PhDDo Ceramic Femoral Heads Reduce Taper Fretting Corrosion InHip Arthroplasty?Cameron K. Ledford, MDDiagnosis Of Phosphaturic Mesenchymal Tumor Is FrequentlyDelayed: A Series Of Patients Diagnose At Least Two YearsAfter SymptomLouis Lewandowski, MDCombat-Related Hemipelvectomy: Twelve Cases, A Review OfThe Literature And Lessons LearnedThe Utilization Of A Suture Bridge Construct For TibiofibularInstability During Transtibial Amputation Without Distal BridgeSynostosis CreationJohn C. McConnell, MDTwo-Bundle Grafts Do Not Equal 2-Bundle Function: Role ofPositioning In Achieving Differential 2-Bundle FunctionMorteza Meftah, MDYear Wear Analysis And Performance Of Large Diameter DeltaCeramic Heads On Highly-Cross Linked PolyethylenRyan M. Nunley, MDNeutral Mechanical Axis Malpositions Most Total KneesCompared To Normal AnatomyHigh Level Of Residual Symptoms In Young Patients With TKAThe Impact of Hip Arthroplasty Type on ProprioceptionLawrence OMalley, MDSpanning External Fixation For Definitive TreatmentAnil Ranawat, MDAccuracy Of Robotic Assisted Femoral Osteochondroplasty ForTreatment Of FAIHoward Routman, DOImpact Of Inferior Glenoid Tilt, Humeral Retroversion And BoneGrafting On Muscle Length And Deltoid Wrapping In ReverseShoulder ArthroplastyAdam Sassoon, MD, MSOpen, Intra-Articular, Distal Femur Fractures: A Life And LimbThreatening InjuryMichael S. Shuler, MDSubcutaneous Depth In A Traumatized Lower ExtremityRobert Tracey, MDPedicle Screw Hubbing In The Adult And Immature ThoracicSpine: A Biomechanical And Micro-Computed TomographyEvaluationComparison Of Pulmonary Function In Adults Younger And OlderThan Age 60 Undergoing Spinal Deformity SurgeryDoes Curve Magnitude/Deformity Correction Correlate withPulmonary Function after Adult Deformity Surgery?Pedicle Screw Re-Insertion Using Previous Pilot Hole AndTrajectory Does Not Reduce Fixation StrengthTapping Insertional Torque Predicts Better Pedicle ScrewFixation And Optimal Screw Size SelectionDylan Watson, MDOrthopaedic Injuries Associated With Moped TraumaMatthew Wert, MDManagement Strategies And Outcomes For Moderate To SevereHeterotopic Ossification Following Shoulder ArthroscopyEarly Arthroscopic Management Strategies For Patients DevelopingModerate To Severe Heterotopic Ossification Of The ElbowJoseph M. Zavatsky, MDWould Resting A Lateral Interbody Cage Across The RingApophysis In The Lumbar Spine Mitigate Endplate Violation?Benjamin Zellner, MDHypovitaminosis D In An Urban, Diverse Trauma Population
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