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AGENDATHURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013                        FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013                          SATURDAY, MAY 11, 20137:3...
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THURSDAY, MAY 9 – SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013              ine Sports MedicL :                                 SHERATON BOSTON ...
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  1. 1. Sport s Medicine an d the NFL : T he Playbook for 2013THURSDAY, MAY 9 –SATURDAY MAY 11, 2013SHERATON BOSTON HOTEL, BOSTON, MAPreliminary Program Sponsored By: Supported By: Supporting Organization: National Football National Football League League Physicians Society
  2. 2. FACULTY ine Sports MedicL : and the NF k The Playboo for 2013Gary W. Dorshimer MD, FACP, Co-Chair Solomon L. Cogan DC Matthew J. Matava MDTeam Physician, Philadelphia Eagles Team Chiropractor, Detroit Lions Head Team PhysicianPhiladelphia, PA Farmington, MI St. Louis Rams Chesterfield, MOThomas J. Gill IV, MD, Co-Chair Michael W. Collins PhDHead Team Physician Neuropsychological Consultant Michael E. Monaco MDNew England Patriots Pittsburgh Steelers Team Physician, Kansas City ChiefsBoston, MA Pittsburgh, PA Overland Park, KS Daniel E. Cooper MD Kenneth D. Montgomery MDRobert B. Anderson MD Head Team Physician Head Team PhysicianAssistant Team Orthopaedist Dallas Cowboys Orthopedic SurgeonCarolina Panthers Dallas, TX New York JetsCharlotte, NC Morristown, NJ Paul CusickBill Belichick Team Physician, New England Patriots David Olson MDHead Coach, New England Patriots Boston, MA Team Physician, Minnesota VikingsBoston, MA Minneapolis, MN Stephen A. Durant EdDKameno Bell MD Co-Founder and Co-Director Douglas H. Pogue MDAssociate Team Physician Massachusetts General Hospital Internal Medicine Consultant, St. Louis RamsNew York Giants Sports Psychology Program St. Louis, MOMontclair, NJ Boston, MA Mike Ryan ATCDavid L. Berger MD James M. Ellis MD Head Athletic Trainer/Physical TherapistTeam Physician Team Physician, Atlanta Falcons Jacksonville JaguarsNew England Patriots Asheville, NC Jacksonville, FLBoston, MA Robert W. Fowler MD Reggie Scott MS, ATC, PESLeslie J. Bisson MD Team Physician, Dallas Cowboys Head Athletic Trainer, St. Louis RamsTeam Physician, Buffalo Bills Grapevine, TX St. Louis, MOAmherst, NY Daniel Garza MD Eric Sugarman MS, ATCMartin Boublik MD Head Team PhysicianHead Team Physician Head Athletic Trainer, Minnesota Vikings San Francisco 49ers Minneapolis, MNDenver Broncos Stanford, CAGreenwood Village, CO Andrew M. Tucker MD J. Steven Geraghty MD Head Team PhysicianCraig D. Brigham MD Team Physician, Denver BroncosSpine Consultant, Carolina Panthers Baltimore Ravens Centennial, CO Lutherville, MDCharlotte, NC David Granito ATC Joseph J. Van Allen MSPT,Richard M. Burkholder MS, ATC Assistant Athletic TrainerHead Athletic Trainer SCS, ATC, CSCS New England Patriots Assistant Athletic Trainer/Director ofPhiladelphia Eagles Foxboro, MA Rehabilitation, New England PatriotsPhiladelphia, PA Foxborough, MA Robert A. Heyer MDJ. W. Thomas Byrd MD Team Physician, Carolina Panthers Russell F. Warren MDTeam Physician, Tennessee Titans Charlotte, NC Team Physician, New York GiantsNashville, TN New York, NYGeorge L. Caldwell Jr, MD Geoffrey Kaplan ATC, LAT, PT, CSCS, SCS Head Athletic Trainer, Houston Texans James M. Whalen MS EdHead Team Physician Houston, TX Head Athletic TrainerMiami DolphinsFort Lauderdale, FL New England Patriots Mininder S. Kocher MD, MPH Foxboro, MAM. Anthony Casolaro MD Head Team Orthopaedic SurgeonHead Team Physician Northeastern University Anthony P. Yates MD, FACPWashington Red Skins Head Team Physician, Head Team PhysicianArlington, VA Boston Public Schools Pittsburgh Steelers Boston, MA Pittsburgh, PADavid J. Chao MDHead Team Physician, San Diego Chargers Damion Martins MDSan Diego, CA Team Physician / Director of Internal Medicine, New York Jets Morristown, NJ
  3. 3. AGENDATHURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013 FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2013 SATURDAY, MAY 11, 20137:30am – 5:30pm 8:00am – 5:25pm 8:00 – 11:30amPRE-SEASON CONSIDERATIONS IN-SEASON ORTHOPAEDIC Beyond the Field – Part 1 • Pre-Season Physicals INJURIES • Sports and Politics • Pre-Participation Screening in the • ATLS Primer and What to NFL, NCAA and High School Player Focus on Foot and Ankle Have in Your Emergency Kit • Cardiovascular Risk Factors/ • High Ankle Sprains, Leg Whips/ Sudden Death Fibula Fractures Beyond the Field – Part 2 • Baseline Concussion Testing • In-Season Management of the Syndesmotic Ankle Sprain • Focus on Rehabilitation: Shoulder • Panel: Red Flags During Physical Exams Programs, Quad Strengthening, • Lisfranc Injuries: Diagnosis and Core/Spine StrengtheningPerformance Enhancement and Post-surgical Rehabilitation/RTPHealing: Fact or Fiction? – Part 1 • Sports Psychology: Effect • Foot Fractures: Jones, Navicular, on Performance • Muscle Injuries: Pathophysiology and Sesamoid • Medico-legal Issues • Controlling Inflammation: Role of • Stress Fractures: Tibia/Fibula • Difference in Team Physician NSAIDs and Cortisone Roles at the Professional, Focus on Upper Extremity • Nutritional Supplements: Safe, College and Youth Levels Effective or Neither? • Shoulder Instability in Football: On-Field Evaluation, How to COURSE ADJOURNSPerformance Enhancement and Get through the Season andHealing: Fact or Fiction? – Part 2 End of Season • Toradol: Is it Safe or Effective? • Rotator Cuff Injuries: When to Rehab, When and How to Fix • PRP: What, When and Why? • HGH, Steroids, Proteins: A Strength • Hand and Wrist Injuries Coach’s Perspective KEYNOTE ADDRESS: • Alternative Therapies: Prolo, Building a Champion Viscosupplementation, Stem Cells, ART, Graston Focus on Spine • Chiropractice Care • Cervical Spine • Panel Discussion: What Works, What is Just Hype and What Harms? • Lumbar Spine • Update: Cartilage ResurfacingFocus on Medical Issues in the NFL • Dermatologic Disorders Focus on the Hip/Pelvis • Playing with Asthma The Diabetic Athlete • Hip Pain: FAI, Labral Tears – • What Really Matters • Sickle Trait: Considerations for Care Sleep Apnea • In-Season Management of Athletic • Pubalgia/Sports Hernia • ADHD and Therapeutic Use Exemptions • Surgical Indications/Management andFocus on Trauma Rehabilitation Techniques On-Field Emergency Protocol • Panel Discussion: Case Presentations – • Diagnosis, In-Season Management • Chest Trauma and Treatment of Hip/Groin Pain • Abdominal Trauma • Facial Trauma Football Across The AgesFocus on Concussion • The Adolescent Athlete: Special Considerations and How to Prevent • Sideline Assessment Long-Term Disability (Focus on Hip • Medical and Therapeutic and Knee) Interventions • Panel Discussion: Football – From • Neuropsychological Testing Adolescence to Adulthood • Panel: Return to Play Criteria PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 1
  4. 4. GENERAL INFORMATION ACCREDITATION This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorshipCOURSE OBJECTIVES of the AOSSM and the NFLPS. AOSSM is accredited by theUpon completion of this course, learners should be able to: Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to• Analyze epidemiological trends in football injuries for provide continuing medical education for physicians. professional, collegiate and youth football players• Integrate prevention strategies with their health care AOSSM is recognized by the Board of team(s) to improve musculoskeletal and medical health Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for professional, collegiate and youth football players for Certified Athletic Trainers.• Implement an effective evaluation algorithm for musculoskeletal and medical conditions afflicting AMA/PRA football players AOSSM designates this live activity for a maximum of 18.5• Assess and apply surgical and non-surgical treatment AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the recommendations and rehabilitation protocols for the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in management of essential musculoskeletal and medical the activity. conditions in football• Implement strategies to institutionalize enhanced NATA/CEUs collaboration between allied health personnel and This program has been approved for a maximum of 18.5 hours team physicians as they care for football athletes of Category A Continuing Education. This continuing education course is considered to be an Essential Level program.DESCRIPTION Provider Number: P460This conference is designed to identify areas of concern orcontroversy in the management of high caliber athletes in a LOCATIONteam sport setting. Speakers have been selected to provideexperiential presentations on various medical and legal topics. The meeting will take place at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. FourKey issues, along with up-to-date and practice solutions, will miles from Logan International Airport, the Sheraton Boston sitsbe addressed. The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports within walking distance of Fenway Park, Newbury Street, BostonMedicine (AOSSM) and the National Football League Physicians Common and the Charles River. Indoor walkways lead to moreSociety (NFLPS) believe these insights will provide guidance than 150 shops and restaurants at nearby Copley Place Mall andfor the management of similar problems in competitive and the Prudential Center. For more information on the city of Bostonrecreational settings. visit http://www.bostonusa.com.TARGET AUDIENCE LUNCHThis conference should prove most valuable to any physician, On Thursday, May 9, 2013 lunch with be provided and is includedcertified athletic trainer, physical therapist or coach concerned in your registration fee.with the management or prevention of injuries to the team athlete. DISCLAIMERPROGRAM The material presented in this continuing medical education program is being made availableAOSSM attests that the people responsible for the development by the AOSSM for educational purposesof this live activity did so independently and were not influenced only. This material is not intended toby commercial supporters. represent the only methods or procedures appropriate for theSTATEMENT OF NEED medical situation discussed.A need for this live activity has been determined basedon identifying professional practice gaps, previous courseevaluations, the AOSSM Self Assessment and the AOSSMEducational curriculum. The content of this course was based oncurrent issues and hot topics provided by AOSSM membershipand the NFLPS leadership.2
  5. 5. DISCLOSURE STATEMENT In accordance with the guidelines of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), it is the policy of the AOSSM that faculty and planners disclose to the learners all financial relationships during the past twelve months with any commercial interest (any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods and services consumed by, or used on, patients). Any and all disclosures will be provided in the final program that is distributed at the meeting to program participants. In accordance with AOSSM policy, faculty participation is predicated upon timely submission and review of AOSSM disclosures. Non-compliance results in faculty being removed from the program. FACULTY A complete listing of the faculty is included in this program. EXHIBITS Technical exhibits will be on display on Thursday and Friday to complement the educational sessions. HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS A block of rooms has been reserved at the Sheraton Boston at a group rate of $229 single and double occupancy (includes complimentary Wi-Fi in guest room). Reservations may be made by calling 888/627-7054 or 617/236-2000. Specify that you are attending the AOSSM/NFL Meeting. You can also book directly on line by visiting www.sportsmed.org. The reservation deadline is April 7, 2013. Rooms are guaranteed until this date pending availability. Attendees are encouraged to book early. Registration costs are predicated on attendees staying at the Sheraton Boston. A $150 differential is assessed to registrants staying at other hotels to offset expenses incurred. Meeting registrants will be confirmed with hotel master list. REGISTRATION Your advance registration must be received by April 19, 2013. On-site registration hours will be as follows: Thursday, May 9, 2013 ........... 6:30am to 5:30pm Friday, May 10, 2013 .............. 7:30am to 5:30pm Saturday, May 11, 2013 ......... 7:30am to 11:30am ON-SITE REGISTRATION On-site registration will be available for a surcharge of $100 (US) QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION added to the pre-registration fees.? American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Every attendee needs to present photo identification to pick up 6300 N. River Rd., Suite 500 registration materials. Rosemont, IL 60018 Phone: 847/292-4900 or 877/321-3500 (toll free) REFUND POLICY Fax: 847/292-4905 A written request must be received in the AOSSM office prior to www.sportsmed.org April 19, 2013. The registration fee, minus a $150 processing fee, will be refunded following the conference. No refunds will be made after April 19, 2013. PRELIMINARY PROGRAM 3
  6. 6. AOSSM POLICY ON IDENTIFICATION OF AOSSM AOSSM will be clearly and prominently identified on all promotional and activity materials as a joint sponsor ofJOINT SPONSORSHIP the activity. REQUIRED STATEMENTS AOSSM will communicate and approve all required statementsINTRODUCTION that must appear on activity materials.AOSSM is accredited by the Accreditation Council forContinuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing REVIEW OF MATERIALSmedical education for physicians. AOSSM requires that all AOSSM must review all activity materials and reserves theactivities which it jointly sponsors comply with the Essential right to mandate pre-dissemination changes it feels areAreas and Policies of the ACCME, and, if designated for credit, required for compliance with appropriate regulations orwith the requirements of the American Medical Association for maintenance of AOSSM’s image.Physician Recognition Award or other appropriate entity.AOSSM reserves the right to accept or deny joint sponsorship AOSSM RESPONSIBILITIESof individual CME activities at its own discretion. The following responsibilities are solely those of AOSSM and will not be delegated to the joint sponsor:REQUIREMENTS FOR JOINT SPONSORSHIP • Preparation and dissemination of certificates of credit or participationELIGIBILITY • Maintenance of official participant recordsOrganizations that are defined as commercial interestsaccording to ACCME’s definition are not eligible to participate AOSSM and the non-accredited joint sponsor will workas joint sponsors. cooperatively in the development, implementation, evaluation, and promotion of the activity. AOSSM, however, retains final authority for the following:MISSION AND DEFINITION OF CME • Approval of all promotional materialAny activity to be considered for joint sponsorship must fit thedefinition of CME as promulgated by the ACCME and must fall • Approval of activity budgetwithin the mission of AOSSM’s CME Program. • Approval of all on-site activity material and printed/recorded educational materialJOINT SPONSORSHIP LETTER OF AGREEMENT • Approval of activity schedule and designation of creditAOSSM and the joint sponsor will sign a joint sponsorship • Approval of facultyagreement delineating all pertinent information and roles and • Approval of objectivesresponsibilities. • Approval of educational design • Approval of evaluation instrument • Approval of outcomes measurement plan rts Medicine • Approval and signing of commercial support agreement Spo : and the NFL The non-accredited joint sponsor will: • Pay a fee to AOSSM in recognition of services performed k • Cooperate with AOSSM and follow its policies and procedures The Playboo as described in the document titled “Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines for Joint Sponsorship of CME Activities” for 2013 Sponsored By: Supported By: Supporting Organization: Sponsored By: National Football National Football League League Physicians Society4
  7. 7. THURSDAY, MAY 9 – SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013 ine Sports MedicL : SHERATON BOSTON HOTEL, BOSTON, MA and the NF k The Playboo for 2013 REGISTRATIONAdvance Registration Closes April 19, 2013 Online registration available at www.sportsmed.orgNAME DEGREE(S)MAILING ADDRESSCITY STATE/PROVINCE ZIP /POSTAL CODE COUNTRYPHONE FAX EMAILMEETING REGISTRATION CATEGORY(The cost of meeting registration does not include hotel )All fees quoted reflect US dollars. Sheraton Boston Hotel *Other Hotel ON-SITE REGISTRATION ❍ Course Faculty NC US $150 On-site registration will be available for ❍ Physician / Chiropractor / PhD US $700 US $850 a surcharge of US ❍ Therapist / Certified Athletic Trainer / Coach /Allied Heath US $350 US $500 $100 added to the preregistration ❍ Fellow / Resident / Intern / Student US $300 US $450 fees. TOTALPAYMENT INFORMATIONReturn form with check payable to: AOSSM, 2884 Momentum Place, Chicago, IL 60689–5328. Your cancelled check is your receipt.If you prefer, you may charge your registration. Provide credit card information and fax form to 847 /292–4905. CHECK ENCLOSED VISA MASTERCARD AMEXCARD NUMBER EXP. DATE CCV CODENAME (AS IT APPEARS ON CARD)SIGNATURE DATE* Note on Fee Differential: Registration costs are predicated on attendees staying at Sheraton Boston Hotel. A US $150 differential is assessed to registrants staying at other hotels to offset expenses incurred. Meeting registrants will be confirmed with Sheraton Hotel master list.NOTE: Requests for refunds must be received in writing in the AOSSM office by April 19, 2013.The registration fee minus a US $150 processing fee will be refunded. No refunds will be made after April 19, 2013.
  8. 8. A world leader in sports medicine education, research, communication and fellowship. 6300 N. River Road Suite 500 Rosemont, Illinois 60018 P 847 / 292– 4900 F 847 / 292 – 4905 Toll-Free P 877/321– 3500 E aossm@aossm.org ineSports MedicL : and the NF k The Playboo for 2013 For more information visit Scan with your smartphone www.sportsmed.org and get all the details now! THURSDAY, MAY 9 – SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013 SHERATON BOSTON HOTEL, BOSTON, MA

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