STEADMAN PHILIPPON RESEARCH INSTITUTE                       2010 Annu Al Repo Rt      An International Center For Research...
MISSIoN                                                       CONTENTS                                                    ...
The	Institute	is	known	throughout	the	world	for		    our	research	into	the	causes,	prevention,	and	treatment	of	    orthop...
THE YEAR IN REVIEW     Dear Friends,     On	behalf	of	all	of	us	at	the	Steadman	Philippon	Research	Institute,	we	wish	to	t...
and	body	such	as	muscles,	tendons,	and	ligaments.	The	department’s	T2	mapping	research	involves	quantification,	reproducib...
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERSJ. Richard Steadman, M.D.               Julie Esrey                                        ...
Senenne Philippon                          IN MEMoRIAM:                                       H. Michael ImmelVail, Colo. ...
J. Michael Egan       President,	Chief	Executive	Officer    Steadman	Philippon	Research	Institute	                  2006	-...
A Legacy of Excellence - A Vision for the Future“He had the highest level of integrity of anyone I’ve ever known,” says Ri...
Integrity                                                             ExcellenceRichard Steadman:	“He	personified	integrit...
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COmmITTEETHE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COmmITTEE CONSISTS OF DISTINguISHED RESEARCH SCIENTISTS WHO REpRESENT...
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORy COMMITTEEscientific advisor and former fellow mininder Kocher, m.d., elected to american academy ofOrt...
R E S E A R C H U P D AT Estate-of-the-art Biomechanics Laboratory Offers new insight into Orthopaedic Joint repairInstitu...
PAT I E N T S I N T H E N E W Sephraim Gildor and dr. Peter millett: Working together, turning challenges into Opportuniti...
FR I E N D S OF T H E I N S T ITu TE13                                      13
In 2010, we received 1,017 separate gifts and contributions from 756      individuals, foundations, and corporations. This...
Friends of the Institute                                                                                                  ...
The Founders’ Legacy Society                                                                     Silver Medal Contributors...
Friends of the Institute                                                                           The Face of Philanthrop...
Chairs SupportInstitute Work                                   Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Brestle     Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Cu...
Friends of the Institute                                                                           Vail Valley Medical Cen...
Fellowship     Benefactors                                        Mr. and Mrs. Bob Krohn              Mrs. Karen S. McVoy ...
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The Steadman Philippon Research Institute 2011 Annual Report

Snapping scapula syndrome is a rare condition of the shoulder that is poorly understood. Due to the lack of knowl- edge about this syndrome, many patients are misdiagnosed
or suffer with symptoms for many years. The most common complaint is pain when the shoulder blade rubs and clicks against the ribs. There are many factors that can cause a snapping scapula, including problems between the scapula (shoulder blade) and chest wall, muscle tears, fractures in the shoulder area, a bony lump on the shoulder blade, rheumatoid diseases and shoulder injuries.
X-rays and CT scans (3-D imaging) are used to show bone spurs or abnormalities of the scapula. MRI is also used to look for related conditions, such as scapular bursitis—where the soft tissues between the scapula and the chest wall are thick, irri- tated, or inflamed. Treatment starts with injections of steroids to provide pain relief, along with physical therapy to improve muscle strength. Unfortunately, some bone or tissue abnormali- ties do not respond to these treatments—in which case surgery may be necessary.

Content:
2 The Year in Review
4 Governing Boards
9 Scientific Advisory Committee 13 Friends of the Institute
24 Corporate and Institutional Friends
25 Research and Education (Medial Knee Reconstruction)
26 Basic Science Research (Snapping Scapula Syndrome) (Microfracture in the Pediatric Knee)
29 Clinical Research (Hip Arthroscopy)
45 Biomechanics Research
48 Imaging Research
53 Education & Fellowship
57 Presentations and Publications
73 In the Media
74 Recognition
77 Associates
78 Audited 2010 Financial Statements

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  1. 1. STEADMAN PHILIPPON RESEARCH INSTITUTE 2010 Annu Al Repo Rt An International Center For Research and Education — Keeping People Active SM
  2. 2. MISSIoN CONTENTS 2 The Year in Review The Institute is dedicated to keeping 4 Governing Boards 9 Scientific Advisory Committee people of all ages physically active through 13 Friends of the Institute orthopaedic research and education in the 24 Corporate and Institutional Friends 25 Research and Education areas of arthritis, healing, rehabilitation, 26 Basic Science Research and injury. 29 Clinical Research 45 Biomechanics Research 48 Imaging Research 53 Education & FellowshipHISToRy 57 Presentations and Publications 73 In the Media Founded in 1988 by orthopaedic surgeon 74 Recognition Dr. J. Richard Steadman, the Steadman Philippon 77 Associates Research Institute is an independent, tax-exempt 78 Audited 2010 Financial Statements (IRS code 501(c)(3)) charitable organization, employing scientists, researchers, fellows, The Institute wishes to express again deep visiting scholars, and interns. Dr. Steadman appreciation to John P. Kelly, who donated many moved to Vail in 1990 with one researcher. of the stock photos in this year’s Annual Report and contributed his time to photograph the many Today, there are almost 30 employees (scientists, Institute and operating room subjects. researchers, medical fellows, visiting scholars, John Kelly first picked up a camera while serving as infantry lieutenant In the Air Cavalry administration and interns). In 2010, Dr. Marc in Vietnam. He quickly developed a love for Philippon’s name was added to mark the succes- photography that he took home with him to Colorado. By combining his new craft with his sion of the Institute and recognize his research passion for sports and adventure, Kelly created a efforts and contributions to the field of hip successful career. His diverse photo assignments have taken arthroscopy. him from Wimbledon to trekking the Himalayas, Funding for research and education the Winter Olympics to sailing the Caribbean. He was the official photographer for the U.S. Open programs comes primarily from public donations Golf Championships for 10 years, and the only and fundraising events (grateful patients and American among the official photographers at the Lillehammer Winter Olympic Games. When the physicians of the Steadman Clinic), corpora- Robert Redford needed the defining shot to tions, and competitive grants. promote his film “A River Runs Through It,” he called on Kelly. Subsequently, he also provided the still photography for Redford’s “The Horse Whisperer.” Although he has traveled all over the world, Cover Photo: Mike Welch many of his favorite photo shoots have taken J. Michael Egan place at his beloved End of the Road Ranch in 1953 – 2011 Western Colorado, where clients such as Polo/ Galena, British Columbia, 2011. Ralph Lauren have come to work and play with Kelly and his friends and animals.
  3. 3. The Institute is known throughout the world for our research into the causes, prevention, and treatment of orthopaedic disorders. We are committed to solving orthopaedic problems that limit an individual’s ability to maintain an active life. Our research perspective is based on clinical relevance, with a goal of improving the care of the patient. Recognizing that the body’s innate healing powers can be harnessed and manipulated to improve the healing process has led to excit- ing advances in surgical techniques, developed by Dr. Richard Steadman, and validated at our Institute. Today, the Institute is recognized worldwide for Dr. Marc Philippon’s pioneering research in the treatment of sports-related injuries to the hip. Athletes are becoming bigger, faster and stronger. Unfortunately, their connective tissue does not. Therefore, injuries are becoming more complex. Our research into the anatomy and mechanisms of the complex knee, hip, and shoul- der is being recognized worldwide. We collect data and publish clinical research results on knees, hips, shoulders, spine, foot and ankle, hand and wrist and imaging, and have become one of the most published and innovative organizations in sports medicine research and education. We publish our findings in relevant peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals and present our research results at medical meetings worldwide. Philanthropic gifts are used to advance scientific research and to support scholarly academic programs that train physi- cians for the future. Through our Fellowship and Visiting Scholar programs, the Institute has now built a network of more than 185 Fellows and Visiting Scholars worldwide who share the advanced ideas and communicate the concepts they learned in Vail to their patient base. Our Primary areas Of research and educatiOn are: • Basic science research – undertakes biological studies, at the cellular level, to investigate the causes and effects of degenerative arthritis, techniques of cartilage regeneration, and basic biological healing processes. • clinical research – conducts outcomes-based research using actual clinical data that aids both physicians and patients in making better and more-informed treatment decisions. • Biomechanics research – studies dynamic joint function using motion analysis, computer modeling and dual-plane fluoroscopy imaging in an effort to understand injury mechanisms and to enhance rehabilitation techniques and outcomes. • imaging research – develops and evaluates noninvasive imaging techniques of the joints for the purpose of directing and monitoring clinical treatment and outcomes, and to enhance the clinical relevance of Biomechanics Research. • education and fellowship Program – administers and coordinates the physicians-in-residence fellowship and visiting scholars programs, hosts conferences and international medical meetings, and produces and distributes publications and teaching visual media.1 1
  4. 4. THE YEAR IN REVIEW Dear Friends, On behalf of all of us at the Steadman Philippon Research Institute, we wish to thank you for your continued support, which helped to make 2010 another record year. Your commitment makes it possible for us to carry out our mission of “Keeping People Active” and educating the worldwide orthopaedic community. Orthopaedic care of the patient is improving around the world directly through the advances we are making in our research. We finished 2010 with $6.37 million in support from our individual and corporate donors. This achievement resoundingly indicates that you believe in our mission and succession. In addition to record support, we reached another milestone by further lowering our overhead rate. In fact, our over- head rate is now just below 20 percent, which means we are directly applying more than 80 percent of your donations to our research programs. Other well-known research institutions have overhead rates many times higher than ours. We began 2010 with our rebranding to the “Steadman Philippon Research Institute.”Our name changed to indicate that our succession is in place, and to give our individual donors and corporate supporters the confidence that our mission will continue well into the future. In 2011, we have continued to establish new standards, with the opening of our Biomechanics Research and Surgical Skills facilities, completed in February. These facilities are among the most advanced of their kind in the world. We successfully recruited outstanding individuals to manage the new biomechanics research programs. In this Annual Report, you will read about two such people, Mary Goldsmith and Erin Lucas (page 42), who are preparing to conduct very exciting and advanced research. Your support is responsible for our ability to carry out ambitious growth plans for the clinically relevant research we conduct. Our Clinical Research group has undergone significant advancements in how it collects data. We are now managing more than 50 million data points and have gone entirely paperless for data input. This has significantly reduced our labor and allowed our clinical researchers to devote more time to writing papers and preparing presentations regarding our advances. Our advances in knee, hip, shoulder, foot and ankle, and spine research have dramatically increased the number of presentations made at scientific meetings and the number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals. These presentations and publications are the means by which we inform and educate the national and international orthopaedic communities. This ultimately improves the care of patients everywhere. In this Annual Report, Lauren Matheny (page 28), one of our talented clinical researchers, will discuss these new and enhanced systems for clinical research. The Imaging Research program continues to build on the foundation it established in the past three years. New staff members were added and the clinical imaging database was expanded to include data points related to the hip, shoulder, knee, and foot and ankle. Imaging Research continues its strong collaboration with the industry leader, Siemens Medical MR. Not only do they provide funding for our Sports Medicine Imaging Research Fellow, Siemens is also funding ongoing research related to the early detection of articular cartilage health, with the T2 mapping initiative. T2 mapping is an MRI biomarker technique that provides a more sensitive determination of the health of articular cartilage as well as potentially of other tissues about the joints 2
  5. 5. and body such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments. The department’s T2 mapping research involves quantification, reproducibility, and follow-up of articular cartilage early degeneration using imaging biomarkers. We are pleased to welcome Thomas A. Mars, who was elected to the Board of Directors at the December 2010 meeting. Tom is executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Walmart U.S. He is responsible for asset protection and financial and consumer services J. Richard Steadman, M.D.for the Walmart U.S. division. Tom is also responsible for the company’s diversity, employment practices and policies, labor relations, and compliance departments. Finally, we will forever be grateful to Mike Egan (page 6) and his many contributions, including his blueprint for succession and rebranding of the Institute. Mike served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for more than four and half years before a tragic cycling acci-dent took his life this past June. On behalf of our board members, researchers, physicians, scientists, and staff, thank you for your support. Our success, indeed all of our work, is funded by those of you who step forward to make certain that we continue our clinically relevant research. We are counting on your support of the Steadman Philippon Research Institute, and we will keep you updated on our work. With your help, we are able to make a difference. Marc J. Philippon, M.D.Respectfully yours,J. Richard Steadman, M.D. alpaMarc J. Philippon, M.D.Marc Prisant Marc Prisant 3
  6. 6. BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERSJ. Richard Steadman, M.D. Julie Esrey John G. McMillianFounder and Chairman Trustee Emeritus Chairman and Chief Executive The Steadman Clinic Duke University Officer (retired) Vail, Colo. Vail, Colo. Allegheny & Western Energy Corporation H.M. King Juan Carlos I of Spain Stephanie Flinn Coral Gables, Fla.Honorary Trustee Hobe Sound, Fla.Adam Aron Earl G. Graves, Sr. Peter Millett, M.D., M.Sc.Chief Executive Officer Chairman and Publisher The Steadman Clinic Philadelphia 76ers Earl G. Graves, Ltd. Vail, Colo.Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N.Y. Larry Mullen, Jr.Howard Berkowitz Ted Hartley Founder, Partner, and Drummer Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Chairman and Chief Executive Officer U2 BlackRock HPB RKO Pictures, Inc. Dublin, IrelandNew York, N.Y. Los Angeles, Calif. Cynthia L. NelsonRobert A. Bourne Frank Krauser Cindy Nelson LTD Vice Chairman President and CEO Vail, Colo.CNL Financial Group, Inc. NFL Alumni (retired) and Pro Mary K. NoyesOrlando, Fla. Legends, Inc. Freeport, Me. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.Lodewijk J.R. de Vink Al PerkinsBlackstone Healthcare Partners Greg Lewis Chairman Emeritus Former Chairman and President Rev Gen Partners Chief Executive Officer Greg Lewis Communications Denver, Colo.Warner Lambert, Inc. Basalt, Colo.Avon, Colo. Marc J. Philippon, M.D. Thomas A. Mars Executive The Steadman Clinic Vice President and Chief Vail, Colo. Administrative Officer Walmart Rogers, Ark. J. Richard Steadman, M.D. Gay L. Steadman Marc J. Philippon, M.D. Senenne Philippon Howard Berkowitz Robert A. Bourne Julie Esrey Stephanie Flinn Earl G. Graves, Sr. Ted Hartley Frank Krauser Greg Lewis4
  7. 7. Senenne Philippon IN MEMoRIAM: H. Michael ImmelVail, Colo. J. Michael Egan Executive Director (retired) President and Chief Executive Officer Alabama Sports Medicine and Cynthia S. Piper The Steadman Philippon Research Institute Orthopaedic Center Trustee Vail, Colo. Lafayette, La.Hazelden Foundation Arch J. McGillLong Lake, Minn. The Honorable Jack Kemp President (retired) Steven Read Chairman and Founder AIS American Bell Co-Chairman Kemp Partners Scottsdale, Ariz.Read Investments Washington, D.C.Orinda, Calif. Betsy Nagelsen-McCormack EMERITuS: Professional Tennis Player (retired) Damaris Skouras Orlando, Fla.Global Reach Management Company Harris BartonNew York, N.Y. Managing Member William I. Sterett, M.D. HRJ Capital The Steadman Clinic Gay L. Steadman Woodside, Calif. Vail, Colo.Vail, Colo. Jack FergusonStewart Turley Officers Founder and President Chairman and Chief Executive Jack Ferguson Associates J. Richard Steadman, M.D. Officer (retired) Washington, D.C. Chairman Jack Eckerd Drugs Bellaire, Fla. George Gillett Marc Prisant Chairman Executive Vice President, Chief FinancialNorm Waite Booth Creek Management Corporation Officer and Secretary Vice President Vail, Colo.Booth Creek Management Corporation John G. McMurtryVail, Colo. Vice President, Program Advancement Thomas A. Mars Peter Millett, M.D., M.Sc. Larry Mullen, Jr. Cynthia L. Nelson Mary K. Noyes Al Perkins Cynthia S. Piper Steven Read Damaris Skouras Stewart Turley Norm Waite5 5
  8. 8. J. Michael Egan President, Chief Executive Officer Steadman Philippon Research Institute 2006 - 20116
  9. 9. A Legacy of Excellence - A Vision for the Future“He had the highest level of integrity of anyone I’ve ever known,” says Richard Steadman, M.D., Managing Partnerand Founder of the Steadman Clinic and Founder-Chairman of the Steadman Philippon Research Institute.“Unmatched integrity and leadership,” says Marc Philippon, M.D., Managing Partner of the Steadman Clinic and amember of the Steadman Philippon board of directors.“Excellence, honesty, integrity, and friendship,” says Marc Prisant, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer,and Secretary of the Institute.“High ethics and the ability to thoughtfully thread three needles with a frayed piece of string,” says Steven Read, amember of the Steadman Philippon board of directors and co-chairman of Read Investments.The man these friends and colleagues are talking about is J. Michael Egan.Mike served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the • plan for succession was established and a rebranding of ASteadman Philippon Research Institute for four and a half years the Foundation implemented, both of which resulted in before his untimely death in a tragic cycling accident in June of changing the name to the “Steadman Philippon Research this year. Institute.” “I had known Mike since the early 1980s,” Dr. Steadman • evenues from all sources, including corporate and public Rrecalls. “I was always impressed with his knowledge and the way donations, increased by more than 100 percent. he was able to bring people together in the implementation of • he Imaging Research Department was established, a direc- Tprojects. tor was named, state-of-the-art magnetic resonance imaging “When my wife, Gay, brought up his name as a potential was installed, and a corporate partnership was initiated. CEO of the Institute (then the Foundation), I didn’t think he • he Biomechanics Research and Surgical Skills facilities Twould come to Vail,” says Dr. Steadman. were re-shaped, remodeled, and expanded. “Why don’t you ask him?” she replied. • n Clinical Research, the collection of data and entering I In fact, Mike did come to Vail to speak with Dr. Steadman the information into the database was digitized, reducing about the position, and why wouldn’t he? In the 1980s, Mike’s the amount of paper used and vastly streamlining the data company, Concept, was the first corporate donor to the collection process. Foundation (now the Institute). • ellowship programs were added in imaging research and F Mike eventually agreed to join the Institute in December foot and ankle. 2006, bringing with him 28 years of experience in medical tech- • he Visiting Scholars program was established for interna- Tnology, entrepreneurship, and fund raising. He had served as tional participants. chairman and board member for private and public companies • ollaborative research efforts were forged with corporations, Cand had held CEO and senior management positions. institutions, universities, and individuals around the world. Though he had no previous experience running nonprofit With these and many other accomplishments, the aware-organizations, he knew one important thing, it needed to be ness of the Institute was increased locally, nationally, and treated like any other business. Mike quickly put programs internationally.and initiatives into motion that would propel the work of the Mike led by example and took the Institute’s mission of Institute to new levels. But he didn’t do this alone. He recog- “Keeping People Active” to heart. As a young man he was a nized and ignited the power of the team. college and minor league ice hockey player. Throughout his What the Steadman Philippon team and those who gener- adult life he was a skier, hiker, cyclist and yoga practitioner. ously support the Institute have done together reflects his ability But those who knew him best remember his personal to lead. Here are a few highlights: qualities, integrity, leadership, excellence and vision.7 7
  10. 10. Integrity ExcellenceRichard Steadman: “He personified integrity. I think that’s why Richard Steadman: “Mike had sought excellence in all the busi-we became such good friends over the years. He always did nesses he had been involved with and he brought that same what he said he would do. He never tried to bend the truth to spirit to the Institute. I think it matched up with his lifelong make a point.” desire for excellence.”Marc Philippon: “Unmatched integrity and leadership. As I got Marc Philippon: “Mike always had a plan and a goal. He said to know Mike over the years, I had the utmost respect for him. that our goal was to be the best in the world at what we did. He He became one of my best friends.” wanted to see a synergy between our evidence-based medicine and the clinical application of our research to provide better Marc Prisant: “Mike was a person I knew and worked with care for patients.”daily for 19 years. During this long history together, he never did anything that he didn’t think was the right thing to do. Marc Prisant: “His overriding goal was excellence. He wanted His integrity and values were such that he was more than everyone coming to work to strive to be number one, every day. willing to accept ideas from any person, if it met the desired His philosophy was, let’s be the best we can be, whether it was goal. And when he did take and act on advice from someone an intern or himself.”else, he would give credit where credit was due. It was all about teamwork.” Steven Read: “He wanted us to continue to build the research capacity of the Institute that drives the value and the excel-Steven Read: “He had a very keen sense of listening as it lence of the Clinic.”related to the needs of the organization. He had the Richard Steadman touch, the Marc Philippon touch, the John VisionMcMurtry touch. How can I help you? How can I make your life easier and better? That’s who Mike was. It was a perfect fit.” Richard Steadman: “Mike understood, as well as or better than anyone, the goals of the Institute—whether to create opera-Leadership tions and procedures that will improve the health and fitness of every patient—are very important.”Richard Steadman: “Mike had a very special way of dealing with people and creating a positive atmosphere in any conversation Marc Philippon: “Our mission now is to continue the vision he was having. He was a remarkable person whose high level of he created. That will be done because he put the structure in enthusiasm was contagious among his colleagues.” place very successfully. Losing Mike has been difficult for all of us, but he inspired us with his charisma, and that will stay with Marc Philippon: “Mike was able to maximize everyone’s skills us forever.”to make the team work efficiently and with positive results. He knew every person at the Institute and was able to bring all of Steven Read: “Mike was the igniter of potential that has been them together to work toward the common goal of excellence.” carefully built over the past 20 years. His dream and what we are left with is the opportunity to accelerate that process.”Marc Prisant: “He wouldn’t have acknowledged achievements as his own. He would have referred to them as ‘our’ achieve- Marc Prisant: “Only his character as a person overshadows the ments. Mike was a very strong proponent of the team approach accomplishments achieved during his tenure at the Institute. to work. No one does it alone; everyone does it together. From His integrity, leadership, insistence on excellence, and vision the moment I first began working with Mike, the common are attributes to which the Steadman Philippon Research theme was ‘there’s no “I” in team.’ ” Institute will always aspire.” Steven Read: “Great leaders are people who empower you. by Jim Brown, executive editor, steadman Philippon research institute Mike was quiet, careful, deliberate, and very disciplined, but he made people feel comfortable and allowed them to realize the potential they possessed. For the Steadman Philippon Research Institute, he was the right leader at the right time.” 8
  11. 11. SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COmmITTEETHE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COmmITTEE CONSISTS OF DISTINguISHED RESEARCH SCIENTISTS WHO REpRESENT THE INSTITuTE AND SERVEAS ADVISORS IN OuR RESEARCH AND EDuCATIONAl EFFORTS, IN OuR FEllOWSHIp pROgRAm, AND TO OuR pROFESSIONAl STAFF. Steven P. Arnoczky, D.V.M. Charles P. Ho, Ph.D., M.D. Marc J. Philippon, M.D.Director Director The Steadman Clinic Laboratory for Comparative Orthopaedic Imaging Research Vail, Colo. Research The Steadman Philippon Research Institute Michigan State University Vail, Colo. William G. Rodkey, D.V.M.East Lansing, Mich. Chief Scientific Officer Mininder S. Kocher, M.D., M.P.H. Director of Basic Science Research Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery The Steadman Philippon Research Institute Professor Harvard Medical School, Harvard School Vail, Colo.Orthopaedic Center of Public Health Ullevål University Hospital and Faculty Children’s Hospital, Boston, Department Theodore F. Schlegel, M.D. of Medicine of Orthopaedic Surgery The Steadman Hawkins Clinic University of Oslo and Oslo Sports Trauma Boston, Mass. Denver, Colo. Research Center Oslo, Norway Robert F. LaPrade, M.D., Ph.D. J. Richard Steadman, M.D. Director The Steadman Clinic John A. Feagin, M.D. Biomechanics Research Laboratory Vail, Colo.Emeritus Professor of Orthopaedics The Steadman Philippon Research Institute Duke University The Steadman Clinic Savio Lau-Yuen Woo, Ph.D.,Durham, N.C./Vail, Colo. Vail, Colo. D. Sc. (Hon.) Ferguson Professor and Director Troy Flanagan, Ph.D. C. Wayne McIlwraith, D.V.M., Ph.D. Musculoskeletal Research Center High Performance Director Director University of Pittsburgh U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Orthopaedic Research Center and Pittsburgh, Pa.USSA Center of Excellence Orthopaedic Bioengineering ResearchPark City, Utah Laboratory Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colo. Peter J. Millett, M.D., M.Sc. The Steadman Clinic Vail, Colo. 9
  12. 12. SCIENTIFIC ADVISORy COMMITTEEscientific advisor and former fellow mininder Kocher, m.d., elected to american academy ofOrthopaedic surgeons Board of directorsOrthopaedic surgeon Mininder Kocher, Massachusetts General Hospital, BrighamM.D., was elected to the Board of Directors and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital,of the american academy of Orthopaedic and Beth Israel Hospital, Dr. Kocher wentsurgeons (AAOS) at its 2011 Annual Meeting on to a pediatric orthopaedic fellowshipin San Diego. Dr. Kocher currently serves as at Children’s Hospital Boston and a sportsan associate professor of orthopaedic sur- medicine fellowship at the Steadman Philip-gery at Harvard Medical School in Boston pon Research Institute in Vail, Colorado.and as a member of the Scientific Advisory As a current board member for theCommittee of the Steadman Philippon Re- American Orthopaedic Society of Sportssearch Institute. Medicine (AOSSM) and a past board mem- “The healthcare landscape is chang- ber of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society ofing very rapidly, and now could not be a North America (POSNA), Dr. Kocher antici-more important time to serve in a leadership pates his new position on the AAOS Boardcapacity with this preeminent orthopaedic of Directors will bring even greater col-organization,” said Dr. Kocher. “My back- laboration among the three organizations. Mininder Kocher, M.D.ground in clinical research and other public “This type of collaboration can only unifyhealth issues will bring a unique perspective the orthopaedic specialties as a whole, and conferences, educating his peers nation-to this group, and I am honored to serve in ultimately benefit the patients we serve. One ally and internationally about pediatricthis capacity.” of my goals in this position is to continue to sports medicine. He earned his medical degree from nurture and grow the Academy’s relation- Dr. Kocher is still active in severalDuke University in North Carolina, and ship with the specialty societies.” other professional societies, including thehe also completed a master’s degree in Throughout his medical career, Dr. Ko- AOSSM, POSNA, and the sports medicinepublic health at Harvard. His research there cher has been the recipient of many honors think tank, the Herodicus Society.focused on pediatric hip arthritis and later and awards, including multiple mentions When not in the operating room, con-won him a Kappa Delta Award, one of the on the annual Best Doctors in America list. ducting research, or seeing patients, Dr.most prestigious musculoskeletal research He is the author of four textbooks, 41 book Kocher enjoys spending time outdoors ski-awards. chapters and more than 100 peer-reviewed ing, kayaking, or hiking with his wife, Mich, After completing a combined ortho- journal articles. A frequent guest speaker, and their five children, and in the barn withpaedic surgeon residency rotating through Dr. Kocher has lectured at 255 meetings and their horses, sheep, and barn cats.10
  13. 13. R E S E A R C H U P D AT Estate-of-the-art Biomechanics Laboratory Offers new insight into Orthopaedic Joint repairInstitute unveils multi-million-dollar orthopaedic research facility for pioneering research in jointpreservation and reconstruction techniques.The Steadman Philippon Research Institute(SPRI) has completed construction of itshighly anticipated multi-million-dollar,state-of-the-art Biomechanics and SurgicalSkills facilities. The principal goal for theseunique research facilities is to understandhow injuries occur and what the demandson joints are for specific sports or motions.This high-tech research space has beenthe vision of the Institute for more than twodecades. Vail Valley Medical Center, a long-term supporter of the Institute, was a signifi-cant financial partner in the endeavor. “We are very appreciative of their sup-port and help in building this new laboratory,”remarked Dr. Richard Steadman, Chairmanand Founder of SPRI. “This new researchfacility will help us continue our role asa world leader in validating new surgicalprocedures and in understanding injurymechanisms and injury prevention.” SPRI’s ongoing research on the hip, Robotics Engineer Mary Goldsmith operating the KUKA KR60 robot.ankle, hand, elbow, shoulder, knee andspine has significantly impacted the treat- will be able to visually scrutinize body The Biomechanical Testing Labora-ment of joint disorders worldwide. Patients rotation and function, along with the forces tory utilizes a robot manufactured by KUKAwith severe or complex injuries and those generated, that contribute to injuries. The Robotics, specifically developed to meet thewith degenerative joint disease look to SPRI floor of the rink has been constructed so Institute’s specifications. Using this novelfor the innovative treatments developed by that it can be converted to turf for golf, technology, the department will be able tothe Institute’s world-class scientists and soccer and tennis, and other sposrts. test joints in a manner that will enhance andSteadman Clinic physicians conducting The motion analysis system used for this validate joint reconstruction techniques.biomechanics and clinical research. Their research is similar to that used for creat- The expanded Surgical Skills Laborato-findings have become crucial for delaying ing movies such as “The Matrix” and other ry will be used for teaching. It will consist of“last-step” surgeries such as joint replace- video games with athletes’ signature moves. 10 fully equipped surgical operating stationsment procedures. The digital imaging section of the new for visiting clinicians, scholars, and fellows Located at the base of Vail Mountain in facility will house some highly advanced to practice what they are learning.the Vail Valley Medical Center, the facilities technologies not yet used in orthopae- Under the direction of Biomechanicshost three specific areas: a BioMotion Lab- dics, including a one-of-a-kind dual-plane Research Laboratory Director and Seniororatory, a Biomechanical Testing Laboratory fluoroscopy system that records 3-D x-ray Staff Scientist Coen A. Wijdicks, Ph.D.;with robotics, and a Surgical Skills Labora- movies, rather than 2-D still shots, at frame Director of BioMotion Eric Giphart, Ph.D.;tory used for surgeons to demonstrate and rates up to 1,000 per second. Researchers and Kelly Adair, Surgical Skills Manager,practice surgical techniques and anatomy. will use this technology, to analyze the these laboratories will benefit orthopaedists Inside the BioMotion Laboratory, staff motion of joints in three dimensions. There and patients worldwide by facilitating thescientists and engineers have constructed are only a handful of these systems in development, enhancement, and trainingan artificial ice-rink for studying athlete the world. that allow patients to keep their own jointsmovements. Injuries to the hip, for example, while maintaining their desired activityare common in hockey players. Researchers levels for as long as possible.11 11
  14. 14. PAT I E N T S I N T H E N E W Sephraim Gildor and dr. Peter millett: Working together, turning challenges into OpportunitiesThe Gildor Foundation’s $1,000,000 grant opens new areas of shoulder and sports medicine research.By Jim Brown, Editor, SPRI NewsTake the talent, resourcefulness, and energy dr. Peter miLLettof a leader in the world of finance whose Dr. Peter J. Millett is a partner at thephilanthropy supports the sciences, arts, Steadman Clinic and an internationallyand education. His name is Ephraim Gildor. recognized orthopaedic surgeon who spe- Combine his qualities with those of Dr. cializes in disorders of the shoulder and allPeter Millett, an equally talented, resource- sports-related injuries. Consistently selectedful, and energetic leader in the world of as one of the “Best Doctors in America,” Dr.orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine Millett serves as an international shoulderresearch. and sports medicine consultant and has treated elite athletes from the NFL, NBA, Institute Benefactor Ephi Gildor at the summit of A shoulder injury brings Mr. Gildor and Mt. Vinson, elevation 16,050 ft., Antarctica’sDr. Millett together at the Steadman Clinic MLB, X-Games, and the Olympics. highest mountain.and later they begin exchanging ideas about Before coming to the Steadman Clinicthe innovative research being conducted at and the Steadman Philippon Research brought my shoulder back to full health,”the Steadman Philippon Research Institute. Institute, Dr. Millett held a faculty appoint- says Gildor. “This research grant allows ourWhat happens next? Something big. ment at Harvard Medical School and was foundation to continue its mission, allows Co-Director of the Harvard Shoulder Service me to recognize a very special doctor, andePhraim GiLdOr and the Harvard Shoulder Fellowship. He helps fund important research that will lead Ephraim Gildor doesn’t just accept also founded and directed the Musculoskel- to critical medical advancements now and indifficult challenges. He turns them into etal Proteomics Research Group at Harvard, the future.”opportunities. Consider some examples of where his team discovered and patented thehis personal and professional achievements. protein profile for osteoarthritis. Better care, reaL cures• Military service: fighter pilot, Israeli Dr. Millett uses leading-edge open and “I cannot thank Ephi Gildor enough for Air Force. arthroscopic surgical techniques to restore his more than generous research grant,”• Academic honors: B.S., magna cum laude, damaged joints, ligaments, and bones. A says Dr. Millett. “Donations of this kind are mathematics and computer science, Tel focus of his research is advanced shoulder largely responsible for the progress we make Aviv University; M.B.A., with honors, arthroscopy and the treatment of athletes every day in treating people suffering from University of Chicago. with shoulder injuries. He is often sought shoulder injuries and other sports-related• Business/finance initiatives: Founder, out nationally and internationally for his disorders. Supporting our efforts leads to Arbitrade Holdings and Axiom FX, an expertise in complex and revision shoulder better treatment, better patient care, real Aspen-based hedge fund. surgery and total joint replacement. He has cures, and ultimately, better health. We are• Philanthropic endeavors: Board of Direc- the advantage of using research conducted very grateful.” tors, the Lincoln Center Theater in New at the Institute to improve the outcomes of Ephraim Gildor’s personal life, profes- york and the School of Art and Science of these procedures. sional accomplishments, and philanthropic Jerusalem; Board of Governors, Tel Aviv generosity perfectly reflect the Steadman University; Member, Israel Center for Ex- inJury, research interests resuLt in Philippon Research Institute’s mission of cellence Through Education; and the Gildor miLLiOn-dOLLar Grant keeping people active through orthopaedic Foundation. Mr. Gildor leads an extremely physi- research and education. The Gildor Foundation contributes to cally active life that occasionally involves Dr. Peter Millett and his colleaguesprograms in sciences, arts, and education the risk of injury. In 2008, he suffered a ensure that grants like that of Ephraim andin the United States and Israel. Its recent serious shoulder injury while mountain Catherine Gildor are translated into betterrecipients include the Mayo Clinic, Brown biking. SPRI Board Member Damaris orthopaedic care and treatment of peopleUniversity, and now the Steadman Philippon Skouras, a friend of the Gildors, intro- around the world.Research Institute. duced Ephi to Dr. Millett and the Institute. “Our foundation is focused on support- Dr. Millett performed successful shoulder What’s next?ing individuals and programs that will have separation surgery and, in the process, The Gildor grant will enable Dr. Milletta positive impact on lives both here and in detected a tumor in the shoulder that was and his colleagues to initiate or continueIsrael,” says Mr. Gildor. determined to be benign. studies involving shoulder joint preservation, Gildor has always been physically Following the shoulder injury, surgery, joint reconstruction, nerve damage, osteo-active. He runs, (mountain) bikes, hikes, and and recovery, Ephraim and his wife, arthritis, rotator cuff repair, management ofskis. He is also a highly skilled mountain Catherine, committed their foundation’s cartilage injuries, and overall improvement ofclimber who is in the process of challeng- support to the Steadman Philippon Research shoulder surgery outcomes.ing the most famous peaks in the world. Institute for the work of Dr. Millett. That sup- What’s next for Ephraim Gildor? InThey are known as the “Seven Summits,” port came in the form of a $1,000,000 grant March, he left to climb Mount Everest—the highest mountains on each of the seven for research on the shoulder and sports number six on his “Seven Summits” list.continents. medicine disorders. After that, Kilimanjaro. “I was fortunate enough to have known And after that? Expect something else Dr. Millett and have him perform surgery that very big. It’s what he does. 12
  15. 15. FR I E N D S OF T H E I N S T ITu TE13 13
  16. 16. In 2010, we received 1,017 separate gifts and contributions from 756 individuals, foundations, and corporations. This combined support, including special events, amounted to a record $6,373,948. The Institute is grateful for this support and to those who have entrusted us with their charitable giving. We are especially pleased to honor the following individuals, foun- dations, and corporations that have provided this support. Their gifts and partnership demonstrate a commitment to keep people active through innovative programs in medical research and education. Without thissup- port, our work could not take place. 198 8 Societ y Lifetime Giving On November 9, 1988, the Institute was incorporated as a not-for-profit educational and research organiza- tion dedicated to advancing modern medical science and the education of young physicians. The Institute is deeply grateful to the following members of the distinguished 1988 Society, whose cumulative giving totals $1 million or more. Mr. Herbert Allen Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Gildor Mr. and Mrs. George N. Gillett, Jr. Mr. Kenneth C. Griffin Linvatec Össur Americas, Inc. Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Dr. and Mrs. J. Richard Steadman Vail Valley Medical Center14
  17. 17. Friends of the Institute Education and Research GrantsHALL OF FAMEThe Institute is grateful to the following individuals, corporations, and foundations for their support of the Institute in 2010 at a level of $50,000 or more. Their vision ensures the advance-ment of evidenced-based medical research, joint preservation research, science, and care, as well as the education of physicians for the future. We extend our gratitude to these individuals for their generous support: Mr. Herbert Allen Mr. Kenneth C. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Steven ReadArthrex, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Kellogg Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. RosenbachThe James M. Cox Jr. Foundation Mr. Jorge Paulo Lemann Mr. and Mrs. Paul SchmidtMr. and Mrs. Michael S. Dell The Liniger Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. ShumanMr. Lodewijk J.R. de Vink Ortho Rehab Siemens Medical MRMrs. Peggy Fossett Össur Americas, Inc. Vail Valley Medical Center Sharing our research findingsMr. and Mrs. Ephraim Gildor Philips Medical Verizon Communications, Inc. throughout the world is a vital part of our educational and research mission. We wish to thank the following sponsors forGold Medal Contributors their support:We are grateful to the following individuals, foundations, and corporations that contributed european Visiting scholar,$20,000-$49,999 to the Institute in 2010. Their continued generosity and commitment helps fund sponsored by arthrex, inc.research to enhance cartilage healing. This potentially innovative treatment will help preserve Brazilian Visiting scholar,the body’s own joints and tissues by leading to improved quality and quantity of “repair” cartilage sponsored by instituto Brazil deproduced by the microfracture technique, a procedure impacting multitudes worldwide. tecnologias da saúdeAetna Foundation Dr. Tom Hackett Dr. William I. Sterett sports medicine imaging research fellowship,Aire and Ida Crown Memorial Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Millett University of Pittsburgh sponsored by siemens medical mrMr. and Mrs. Howard Berkowitz Dr. and Mrs. Marc Philippon Dr. Randy Viola Bioskills research andMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Flinn, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. J. Richard Steadman education grant, sponsored by smith & nephew 15
  18. 18. The Founders’ Legacy Society Silver Medal Contributors Silver Medal donors contribute $5,000-$19,999 annually to the Institute. Their support makes it possible to fund research to determine the effectiveness of training programs to prevent arthritis, identify those who are most at risk for arthritis, and provide a basic foundation to improve postsurgical rehabilita- tion programs, thus improving the long-term success of surgical procedures. Accelerated by overuse and injuries to joints, osteo- arthritis prevention is a key area of interest for the Institute. We extend our deep appreciation to the following for their generous support in 2010: Mr. Edward C. and Mrs. Dawn Mr. and Mrs. S. Robert Levine Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Charles McAdamOver the years, the Institute has been privileged to receive Alignmed LLC Mr. and Mrs. John P. McBridegenerous and thoughtful gifts from friends and supporters who Alpine Bank Medequip, Inc.remembered the Institute in their estate plans. In fact, many Biomet, Inc. MedSynergies-Surgicalof our friends — strong believers and supporters of our work Mr. and Mrs. Erik Borgen Divisiontoday — want to continue their support after their lifetimes.Through the creation of bequests, charitable trusts, and other Mr. and Mrs. James R. Cargill Mr. Michael A. Merrimancreative gifts that benefit both our donors and the Institute, our Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Clanton New West Physicianssupporters have become visible partners with us in our mission Jim and Leslie Pavelich Dr. Donald S. Corenmanto keep people physically active through orthopaedic researchand education in arthritis, healing, rehabilitation, and injury Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Crawford Mr. Alan W. Perkinsprevention. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Precourt To honor and thank these friends, the Founders’ Legacy Dillenberg Mr. John ProfanchikSociety was created to recognize those individuals who have Mr. J. Michael Egan Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raetherinvested not only in our tomorrow, but also in the health andvitality of tomorrow’s generations. Dr. and Mrs. Steve Ellstrom Mr. and Mrs. George Rathman Our future in accomplishing great strides, from under- Fred & Elli Iselin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rockstanding degenerative joint disease, joint biomechanics, and Mr. Neal C. Groff Dr. William Rodkeyosteoarthritis, to providing education and training programs, is Mr. and Mrs. Milledge A. Hart III Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T.ensured by the vision and forethought of friends and supporterswho include us in their estate plans. The Institute’s planned Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hartley Schicianogiving program was established to help donors explore a Health Images Mr. Edward Scottvariety of ways to remember the Institute. We are most grateful Helen S. & Merrill L. Bank Mr. and Mrs. Rod Sliferto these individuals for their support in becoming founding Foundation, Inc. Sonnenalp of Vail Foundationmembers of the Founders’ Legacy Society: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hellman Steadman Clinic Mr. Blake A. Helm Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Tangmr. and mrs. robert m. fisher Charles P. Ho, Ph.D., M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Teerlinkms. margo Garms Mr. and Mrs. David C. Hoff The Perot Foundationmr. albert hartnagle Howard Head Sports The Spiritus Gladius Foundation Medicine Center Mr. and Mrs. William R. Timkenmr. and mrs. John mcmurtry Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huether Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Turleymr. and mrs. edward J. Osmers Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hume US Bankmr. al Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hussman Vilar Center for the Artsmr. robert e. repp Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson Mr. Norm Waite and Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Mrs. Jackie Hurlbuttmr. Warren sheridan Johnson Ms. Karen Watkins Dr. and Mrs. David Karli Ms. Valerie Weber Key Bank Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Welsh16
  19. 19. Friends of the Institute The Face of Philanthropy in 2010Bronze Medal Contributors 2010 revenuesMedical research and education programs are supported by gifts to the Institute’s annual fund. The Bronze Medal level was created to recognize those patients and their families, trustees, staff, and foundations who contribute $10-$4,999 annually to the Institute. Donors at this level support many programs, including the Institute’s research to validate the success of new treatments for degenerative arthritis and identify factors that influence success. For example, as youth sports injuries rise to epidemic proportions due to early specialization and extensive practicing, the Institute is researching conditions and injuries commonly associated with specific sports, such as hip impingement in MRI and Other Revenue $1,280,029young hockey players, to determine how to prevent and treat Corporate Support $1,353,598them. Injuries in growing children may cause unforeseen Family and Friends $3,740,321complications during adulthood such as an early onset of osteo-arthritis. Through your support, the Institute is committed to developing early intervention techniques to reduce the predis-position to osteoarthritis and to maintain peak activity levels MRI and Other Revenue $1,280,029into adulthood. increasing generosity$1,353,598 Corporate Support We thank the following for their support in 2010: Family and Friends $3,740,321 Support in 2010 took place in the context of a struggling world economy. Individuals, corporationsMr. Peter Abuisi Mr. John J. Beaupre ($ Millions) and foundations contributed $6,373,948 in 2010.Mr. Joseph Adeeb III Ms. Nancy Bechtle 7.0Dr. and Mrs. Mark Adickes Mr. Paul Becker andMr. and Mrs. Ronald Ager Mrs. Jayne W. BeckerMr. and Mrs. John Alfond Dr. and Mrs. Quinn H. Becker 6.0 eight years of support.Mr. Pinar M. Alisan Mrs. Helen D. BeckwithMr. and Mrs. Richard Allen Mr. Timothy J. Belber ($ Millions) 5.0Ms. Margaret S. Allon Mr. Clifford A. Bender 7.0AlloSource Mr. Brent BergeMr. and Mrs. Walter I. Anasovitch Ms. Sue Berman 4.0Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Bethke 6.0Mr. Irving Andrzejewski Dr. Peter Bidzila 3.0Dr. Julie Anthony Ms. Ella F. Bindley 5.0Dr. and Mrs. yoshimitsu Aoki Mr. Craig M. BinghamMrs. Hedwig H. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Robin Blackburne 2.0Mr. Adolfo I. Autrey Mrs. Elizabeth H. Blackmer 4.0Mr. and Mrs. Jesse I. Aweida Mr. Rick Blake 1.0Mr. and Mrs. John A. Baghott Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. 3.0Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Baker BlakemoreMr. Foster Bam Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bliss 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8Mr. and Mrs. Mikhail M. Mr. Fred P. Blume 2.0 Barash Ms. Margo A. BlumenthalMr. Geoffrey H. Barker Mr. and Mrs. John A. Boll 1.0Mr. and Mrs. John Barker Mr. and Mrs. Farley BolwellMr. and Mrs. Seth H. Barsky Mr. and Mrs. David BombardMrs. Edith Bass Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boren 0 1 2003 2 2004 3 2005 4 2006 5 2007 6 2008 7 2009 8 2010Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Mr. Thomas H. Bradbury Baumgartner Mrs. Catherine A. BrandenMr. and Mrs. Jack Beal Mr. and Mrs. JosephMs. Joni Beal BrandmeyerMr. David Beattie Mr. Henry A. BrandtjenMr. Robert P. Beattie Mr. John Brennan 17
  20. 20. Chairs SupportInstitute Work Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Brestle Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Curzan Mr. Mark Fenstermacher Mr. and Mrs. David R. Brewer, Jr. Mr. Robert J. Dalessio Mr. Dow Finsterwald Dr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Breza Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dall’Olmo Mr. Mark Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Brill Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Daly Ms. Lari Goode Mr. and Mrs. James H. Britton Ms. Susan Daniels Mr. Randall J. Fischer Mr. and Mrs. T. Anthony Brooks Dr. and Mrs. Darwin R. Datwyler Ms. Sistie Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Jay G. Brossman Mr. James Davis Mr. and Mrs. Verlin W. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. Davis Mr. Julian M. Fitch Mr. Robert T. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dawkins Mr. Michael D. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bucksbaum Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dayton Mr. Peter B. Fodor Mr. Frederick F. Buechel Ms. Blanca L. Delvalle Mrs. Betty Ford Mr. Kurt Burghardt Ms. Renee M. Desnoyers Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Foster Mr. Bill Burns Mr. Kevin Desrosiers Ms. Ingegerd Franberg Mr. Paul D. Bushong Mr. Henry D. Dewolf Ms. Anita Fray Ms. Lauren M. Bussey Mr. Frederick A. Dick Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frazer Mr. Rodger W. Bybee Dr. Willis N. Dickens Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Frei, Sr. Mr. Michael Byram and Mr. and Mrs. Trent Dimas Mrs. Bunny Freidus and Mrs. Ann B. Smead Dr. Frederick W. Distelhorst Mr. John H. Steel Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Byrne Diversified Radiology Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Fries Ms. Martha C. de Castilho Ms. Carlyn K. Dodds Mr. and Mrs. James Gaither Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caccia Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Mr. and Mrs. Lon D. Garrison Mr. Harold E. Cahoy Dondelinger Ms. Pamela G. Geenen Mr. Richard Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gemmill Mr. William Campbell Dondelinger Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. and Mr. and Mrs. J. Marc Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. James P. Donohue Charlotte M. GeolyThe education of orthopaedic Ms. Mary L. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Douglas The Gerbarg Family Fundsurgeons is a critically impor- Mr. Bret Carter Mr. Edward C. Dowling Mr. Egon J. Gersontant mission of the Institute. Mr. Nelson Case Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Drab Mr. and Mrs. Bradley GhentAcademic Chairs provide the Mr. Robert L. Castrodale Mr. William H. Duddy Ms. Cheryl R. Gibsoncontinuity of funding neces- Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Cerisola Mr. Timothy Dugger Dr. and Mrs. Sonny Gillsary to train physicians for the Mr. Jose Cesteros Mr. Jack Durliat Ms. Linda Gillilandfuture, thus ensuring the con- Mr. Thomas E. Charlton Ms. June E. Dutton Ms. Nancy Giretinued advancement of medical Dr. Teresa Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Dysart Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Gitsresearch. Mr. Joe Chess Dr. and Mrs. Jack Eck Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Glass Currently, more than 185 Ms. Kay D. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. John M. Egan Ms. Elisabeth GoldmanFellows practice around theworld. We wish to express our Mrs. Annemette Clausen Mr. Burton M. Eisenberg Mr. Brian Goldsteingratitude and appreciation to Ms. Caryn Clayman Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Elder Dr. and Mrs. David Goldsteinthe following individuals and Ms. Doris A. Clinton-Gobec Mr. and Mrs. Buck Elliott II Dr. and Mrs. Harvey M.foundations that have made a Mr. Charles F. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elliott Goldsteinfive-year $125,000 commitment Mr. Ned C. Cochran Dr. Gail Ellis Ms. Jill Goldsteinto the Fellowship Program to Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Coffman Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Ellis Ms. Lyn Goldsteinsupport medical research and Ms. Elizabeth H. Colbert Mr. and Mrs. Heinz Engel Mr. Ronald William Goodacreeducation. In 2010, five chairs Ms. Irma Kay Colihan Ms. Patricia A. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. William A.provided important funding for Mr. James F. Collett Mr. and Mrs. William T. Esrey Goodsonthe Institute’s research and Mrs. Anne E. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Ms. Corinne F. Goodsteineducational mission. We are Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Cooper Essary Mr. Marshall Gordonmost grateful for the support Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Cope Mr. Horst Essl and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gordonfrom the following: Ms. Patricia A. Cowan Ms. Jean Richmond Mrs. Shirley Goss and Mr. Archibald Cox, Jr. Ms. Gretchen Evans Mr. Richard Goss Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Coyer Mr. Thos Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Michael S.mr. and mrs. Lawrence flinn Ms. Julie S. Craig Ms. Sima Frazer Graboskimr. and mrs. Peter Kellogg Ms. Betty Cranmer Mrs. Barbara Eve Mr. and Mrs. George T. Graff Dr. Richard V. Crisera Dr. Eric L. Eversley Ms. Myra M. Grantmr. and mrs. al Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Crocker Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Ewald Ms. Catherine A. Gratz-Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Crotty Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Ewing Ms. E. Ann Gravesmr. and mrs. steven read Mr. Marshall C. and Mr. and Mrs. William F. Farley Mr. and Mrs. Stephenmr. and mrs. Brian P. simmons Mrs. Jane R. Crouch Mr. Chuck Farmer Greenberg Ms. Kathleen A. Cruickshank Dr. John A. Feagin Mr. Gary G. Greenfield Mr. James L. Cunningham Dr. Daniel J. Feeney Mr. Steve W. Greve Dr. and Mrs. Kelly Cunningham Ms. Lizette Feld Mr. A. Wayne Griffith 18
  21. 21. Friends of the Institute Vail Valley Medical Center 2010 Steadman Philip- pon Golf Classic, Presented by REMax, LLCMr. Loyal D. Grinker Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P.Ms. Lillie M. Grisafi HunsbergerMr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Grothe Drs. Steve and Mary HuntMs. Joyce L. Gruenberg Mr. Caleb B. HurttMs. Mary Guerri Admiral and Mrs. Bobby InmanMr. Donald W. Gustafson Dr. Gerald W. IrelandMr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Gutierrez Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. IsenstadtMr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gwyn Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. JacksonHaberVision, LLC Mr. F. Mark JacksonMelissa and Jay Hachen Mr. Zelde JacobsDr. and Mrs. Topper Hagerman Mr. John JaeckleMr. and Mrs. Steven S. Hainline Mr. and Mrs. Arnold JaegerDr. and Mrs. Ralph Halbert Ms. Mary H. JaffeMr. and Mrs. Duane L. Haley Mr. and Mrs. John V. JaggersMr. Dale L. Hamilton Dr. Arlon Jahnke, Jr.Mr. James E. Hanson II Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Jarvis The Institute was selected by RE/MAX International, the globalMr. Edmund P. Harrigan Mr. Thomas M. Jeffers real estate firm, to again hold the seventh annual Golf Classic atMr. Bill Harriman Mr. and Mrs. Stephan L. the Sanctuary, a premier golf resort located south of Denver.Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Harris Jencsok Proceeds from the tournament support the development ofMr. Gordon Hassenplug Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jensen new procedures and methodology to battle degenerative arthritis.Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Hathaway Mr. David L. Jespersen The tournament was open to the public and included gratefulMs. Beverly Hay De Chevrieux Col. and Mrs. John Jeter, Jr. patients and corporate supporters.Ms. Elise Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. Johnson Since 2004, the Institute has raised more than $1,000,000 fromMr. and Mrs. R. W. Hazelett Mr. Jerry R. Johnson this golf tournament to support its research programs.Mrs. Martha Head Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Renowned course architect Jim Engh, Golf Digest’s first-everMr. and Mrs. Peter S. Hearst Johnston “Architect of the year” in 2003, designed the course that protectsMr. Robert K. Hendricks Dr. Todd Johnston a private oasis of 220 acres, effectively complementing the 40,000Mr. George E. Henschke and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Jones surrounding acres of dedicated open space. Ms. Catherine M. Deangelis Mr. Donald W. Jones The Institute is grateful to Dave and Gail Liniger, owners andMr. and Mrs. Frank C. Herringer Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Jones cofounders of RE/MAX International, who developed SanctuaryMr. Gerald Hertz and Mr. Robert G. Jones and created this unique opportunity for the Institute to develop Ms. Jessica Waldman Mr. and Mrs. Darrell L. Jordan and enhance relationships with those who support our mission.Ms. Nancy J. Hertzfeld Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joseph In addition, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to theMr. Michael L. Hess Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Joseph following sponsors and participants:Mrs. Debbie D. Heuga Mr. and Mrs. Han M. KangThe William and Flora Hewlett Mr. and Mrs. John Karoly Presenting sponsor Lubbock Sports Medicine Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kaufman RE/MAX, LLC AssociatesMr. and Mrs. James E. Heywood Mr. and Mrs. Rob Kaufman New West PhysiciansMr. William R. Hibbs Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kavanagh title sponsor Össur AmericasMs. Lyda Hill Mr. Richard C. Keibler Vail Valley Medical Center Vail MountaineerDr. and Mrs. Norwood O. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelton WEHCO MediaMr. and Mrs. Rob Hill Mrs. Joanne Kemp silver sponsors Tom Clanton, M.D.Ms. Marilyn E. Hill-De Sanders Ms. Mary Ann Kempf-Koch Biomet Tom DillenbergMr. Jaren E. Hiller Mr. John C. Kern Medequip The Madison GroupMr. Michael Hipps Ms. Vanessa K. Kerzner MedSynergies-Surgical Marc Philippon, M.D.Mr. Charles Hirschler and Mr. Roy B. Key Division J. Richard Steadman, M.D. Ms. Marianne Rosenberg Dr. Ellen Killebrew Sonnenalp Resort of Vail William Sterett, M.D.Mr. Clem J. Hohl Mrs. Doris Kirchner US BankMs. Catherine P. Hollis Mr. Bruce G. Klaas and individualsMr. Brandon J. Holtrup Ms. Jill D. Lee Bronze sponsors Mr. Craig BinghamMs. Sara Holtz Ms. Piera Kllanxhja Compass Bank John Feagin, M.D.Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Walt Koelbel Health Images Wayne Wenzel, M.D.Dr. Thomas G. Hopkins Mr. Gary Koenig Helm Surgical/Arthrex Kevin Plancher, M.D.Mr. Patrick S. Horvath Ms. Karen Korfanta Howard Head Sports Medicine Peter J. Millett, M.D., M.Sc.Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Horvath Dr. George M. Kornreich CenterMr. and Mrs. Philip E. Hoversten Mr. Kazimierz Kozak Key Private BankDr. James O. Howell Ms. Grazyna KrasMr. and Mrs. Timothy J. and Mr. Frank W. Krauser Diane N. Hughes 19
  22. 22. Fellowship Benefactors Mr. and Mrs. Bob Krohn Mrs. Karen S. McVoy Mr. and Mrs. John Oltman Ms. Janny Krynen Ms. Irene K. Meador Ms. Sharon L. O’Moore Mr. David M. Kuhl Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Mehling Opedix Labs Mr. Albert J. Kullas Mr. and Mrs. Enver Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Orr Mr. James Kurtz Mehmedbasich Mr. John Osterweis Mr. and Mrs. C. John Langley, Jr. Mr. Michael Mercier Ms. Patricia Overton Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. LaPrade Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mercy, Jr. Ms. DiAnn Papp Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Larson Mr. and Mrs. George Middlemas Mr. and Mrs. Preston S. Parish Mr. Chester A. Latcham Ms. Patricia S. Middleton Ms. Carol S. Parks Mr. William R. Laurier Mr. Christopher D. Miller Mr. William T. Parry Mr. and Mrs. Josh Lautenberg Mr. Dan Miller Mr. Erik F. Paulsen Mrs. Kathryn A. Layton Mr. Peter Mindock Mr. Richard Pearlstone Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. LeBeau Mr. Clifton W. Miskell Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. and Ms. Cheryl Lee Mr. James I. Mitchell Millicent M. Peck Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Lee, Jr. Ms. Betty L. Mobley Mr. and Mrs. William D. Peitz Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leeds Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mocklin Dr. and Mrs. John Peloza Mr. David M. Leety Mr. and Mrs. Chandler J. Dr. and Mrs. Maurie Pelto Mr. John E. Leipprandt Moisen Dr. Andrew T. Pennock Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lemos Ms. Velma L. Monks Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Penrose Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Monnier Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Perkins Brigadier General Samuel K. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Moody Mr. and Mrs. William C. Perlitz Lessey, Jr. Mr. Alan D. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Perlman Mr. Burton Levy Mrs. Graciela Moreno Ms. Ruth W. PerotinFellowship Benefactors fund the Mr. and Mrs. Greg Lewis Mrs. Betty H. Morgan Mrs. Sharon L. Pesickaresearch of one Fellow for one Dr. and Mrs. James W. Lloyd Mr. William and Mrs. Mr. Mark R. Petersonyear at a level of $10,000. This is a Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Locke Kay Morton Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Pfeifferfully tax-deductible contribution Ms. Karen Locke Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Mowry Pfizer Foundation Matchingthat provides an opportunity for Mr. and Mrs. Ronn N. Loewenthal Ms. Dorothy H. Moyer Gifts Programthe benefactor to participate in a Mr. and Mrs. Kent Logan Ms. Jane Muhrcke Mr. John B. Phillipsphilanthropic endeavor by not only Ms. Ruby Lohman Ms. Mary Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Phippsmaking a financial contribution to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Addison Piperthe educational and research year Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Long Murphy, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Plancherbut also to get to know the desig- Ms. Meredith J. Long Mr. William P. Murray Dr. Robert H. Potts, Jr.nated Fellow. Each benefactor is Mr. Richard Lubin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Musser Mr. and Mrs. Graham Powersassigned a Fellow, who provides Ms. Kim Lundgren Mr. and Mrs. Mike A. Myers Mr. Michael Pricewritten reports and updates of his Ms. Eunice D. Maglaras Mr. and Mrs. Trygve E. Myhren Mr. Robert Puckettor her work. We extend our grati- Mr. and Mrs. James Mahaffey Mr. and Mrs. James M. Nadon Mr. and Mrs. John Purchasetude to the following individuals for Mr. Michael J. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Balan Nair Mr. William W. Pykatheir generous support: Mr. Paul F. Mahre Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Nardick Mr. and Mrs. Merrill L. Quivey Ms. Jeannette M. Malone Mr. Scott C. Naylor Mr. and Mrs. David Raffmr. J. michael egan Ms. Brigid Mander Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Neal Mr. and Mrs. David Rahn Ms. Victoria Marce Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson Ms. Irene J. Rampinomr. and mrs. mitch hart Ms. Lois O. Marmont Ms. Cindy L. Nelson Mr. Carl Randthe fred and elli iselin foundation Ms. Mary L. Marohn Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Felix D. Rappaport Mr. Frank Marshall Mr. Richard A. Nelson Ms. Beverly B. Rauchmr. and mrs. s. robert Levine Ernst & Wilma Martens Dr. Myron Nevins Mr. G. Shantanu Reddy Foundation Alice and Andy Newberry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Reedmr. and mrs. charles mcadam Mr. and Mrs. Rocco J. Martino Mr. William W. Newton Mr. William A. Reedms. mary noyes Ms. Branka Maucec Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nisonoff Mr. Walter G. Regal Mr. Richard B. Maxwell Ms. Fiona A. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Brad M. Reissmr. and mrs. Jay Precourt Mr. William C. McClean III Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nolan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Rendemr. and mrs. stewart turley Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. McEachern Ms. Dorothy J. Norvell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey I. Resnick Mr. and Mrs. Arch McGill Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Nowak Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reynolds Mr. Calvin McLachlan Ms. Colleen K. Nuese-Marine Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. John G. McMurtry Mr. Donald A. Nyman Mr. Bernard Ribas Ms. Kathie B. McNeill Mr. Edward D. O’Brien RJG Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mr. Kirk L. Olive and Mr. Jim W. Robbins McPhetres Mrs. Tammy R. McEwen Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Robins 20

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