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American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society Specialty Day 2013

  1. 1. Saturday, March 23, 2013McCormick PlaceRoom E450 American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society®Lakeside Center7:00 am – 5:05 pm Description Disclaimer This meeting is designed to identify areas of recent research in the The material presented in this continuing medical education activity field of orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery relevant to practicing has been made available by the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle physicians, surgeons, and allied health professionals. This informa- Society (AOFAS) for educational purposes only. This material is not tion will be transmitted through scientific paper presentations, intended to represent the only, nor necessarily the best, methods question and answer sessions, spotlights on surgical techniques, or procedures appropriate for the medical situation discussed, symposia, current concepts, journal club discussions, clinical insights but rather is intended to present an approach, view, statement, or and/or debates. opinion of the authors or presenters, which may be helpful, or of interest, to other practitioners. Methods, techniques and procedures Statement Of Need demonstrated and views and opinions expressed by speakers, pre- A need for this educational activity has been determined based senters and faculty are their own, and do not necessarily represent on previous course evaluations, the AOFAS CME curriculum and those of the AOFAS nor does presentation on the program represent on current issues and topics provided by AOFAS membership and or constitute endorsement or promotion by the AOFAS. The AOFAS leadership. expressly disclaims any warranties or guaranties, expressed or Target Audience implied, and shall not be liable for damages of any kind in connec- This program should prove valuable to any orthopaedic surgeon, tion with the material, methods, information, techniques, opinions or physician, or allied health professional in the field of orthopaedic procedures expressed, presented or demonstrated. foot and ankle surgery. Lew C. Schon, MD, President Program (Baltimore, Maryland) The American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society® attests that the John G. Anderson, MD, Program Co-Chair person(s) responsible for the development of this educational activ- (Grand Rapids, Michigan) ity did so independently and were not influenced by commercial supporters. Donald R. Bohay, MD, Program Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan) Course Objectives Upon completion of this meeting, learners should be able to: 7:00 am Introduction • ecognize and analyze key issues, recent research, current data R John G. Anderson, MD, Program reflecting clinical trends, emerging surgical techniques, pre- and Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan), postoperative procedures, technological innovations, knowledge D onald R. Bohay, MD, Program and skills in the field of orthopaedic foot and ankle patient care Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan) • ntegrate new treatment options into attendee practices I 7:05 am – 7:10 am Technology Demonstration: Current • ompare and contrast current operative treatment strategies and C Capabilities and Future Expectations approaches for foot and ankle disorders and traumatic injuries Thomas H. Lee, MD (Westerville, Ohio) • dentify ways to avoid, analyze and manage complications of foot I and ankle problems 7:10 am – 7:45 am Early Bird Symposium: Using • Identify and adapt strategies to improve patient outcomes Technology to Enhance Your Accreditation Practice The American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society (AOFAS) is accred- Lee, MD Moderator: Thomas H. ited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (Westerville, Ohio) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. 7:10 am – 7:18 am Use of Social Media as a Communication AMA/PRA Credits Tool The American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society® (AOFAS) Lance M. Silverman, MD designates this live activity for a maximum of 9 AMA PRA Category (Edina, Minnesota) 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with 7:18 am – 7:26 am Streamlining Your Practice through the extent of their participation in the activity. Electronic Medical Records, Data Disclosure Statement Collection and Research AOFAS mandates all instructors, planners and other individuals in a Ian J. Alexander, MD (Columbus, Ohio) position to control or influence the content of an educational activ- 7:27 am – 7:35 am Top Five Apps and Programs to Enhance ity to disclose all relevant financial relationships or affiliations during Your Practice the past 12 months with any commercial interest. All identified con- Thomas H. Lee, MD (Westerville, Ohio) flicts of interest must be resolved and the education content vetted by the AOFAS for fair balance, scientific objectivity and appropriate- 7:36 am – 7:45 am Technology: Hardware, Software and the ness. Any and all disclosures will be provided in the Final Program Cloud which will be distributed at the meeting to all program participants. Nicholas A. Abidi, MD (San Jose, California)American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society 1
  2. 2. Symposium 1: Masters in Foot7:45 am – 8:40 am 9:35 am – 9:40 am Prospective Comparison of a Permanent A and Ankle Surgery: Reflections on Intramedullary Device to K-Wire Fixation for Proximal Interphalangeal Joint Fusion: Clinical Experiences - A Series of Early Results Case Presentations Kuldeep Gadkari, MS(Orth), MBBS Moderator: Mark E. Easley, MD (Grand Rapids, Michigan); Donald R. (Durham, North Carolina) Bohay, MD; John G. Anderson, MD; John D. Maskill, MD; Rohan Ashok Habbu, Panel: MS, MBBS; Michelle A. Padley, BS, CRC; Michael J. Coughlin, MD Sarah E. Grant, PA-C (Boise, Idaho) John S. Gould, MD 9:40 am – 9:45 am Can We Justify the Use of Pre-Contoured (Birmingham, Alabama) Plates for First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Sigvard T. Hansen, MD Arthrodesis? (Seattle, Washington) Stephanie Watson Mayer, MD Roger A. Mann, MD (Durham, North Carolina), Nicole (Oakland, California) Zelenski, BS; Mark E Easley, MD; James Arthur Manoli, II, MD K Deorio, MD; James A. Nunley, MD (Detroit, Michigan) 9:45 am – 9:50 am Single Stage Treatment of Osteomyelitis in Mark S. Myerson, MD Charcot Foot with Resection of Infection, (Baltimore, Maryland) Correction of Deformity and Maintenance8:25 am – 8:40 am Discussion with Static Circular Fixation Michael S. Pinzur, MD (Maywood, Illinois), Joseph A. Gil, MD;8:40 am – 9:30 am S ymposium 2: Valgus Ankle with Jaime Belmares, MD Flatfoot 9:50 am – 9:55 am The Most Common Patient Safety Moderators: Michael E. Brage, MD Problems in Elective Foot and Ankle (Seattle, Washington) Orthopaedic Surgery Robert R. Gorman, III, MD Joshua G. Hunter, MD (Rochester, New (Kalamazoo, Michigan) York), Elizabeth Martin; Laura K. Dawson, DO;8:40 am – 8:48 am Ankle Fusion: How Far Can It Go? Judith F. Baumhauer, MD, MPH Christopher E. Gentchos, MD (Concord, New Hampshire) 9:55 am – 10:05 am Discussion8:48 am – 8:56 am Ankle Replacement: How Much Can It Correct? Presidential Address: State of 10:05 am – 10:25 am Beat Hintermann, MD the State (Liestal, Switzerland) L ew C. Schon, MD, President8:56 am – 9:04 am Foot Reconstruction: Is Realignment (Baltimore, Maryland) Enough? Gregory C. Pomeroy, MD 10:15 am – 10:20 am What’s New with OEF? (Portland, Maine) W. Hodges Davis, MD, OEF President (Charlotte, North Carolina)9:04 am – 9:12 am Ankle Reconstruction: Are There Other Options? 10:20 am – 10:25 am Committee Activity Updates Paul T. Fortin, MD (Royal Oak, Michigan) 10:25 am – 10:50 am J ournal Club: Lessons from the9:12 am – 9:30 am Discussion and Case Presentations Professors: Most Significant Article of 2012 and How it Changed My Paper Session 1: Forefoot /9:30 am – 10:00 am Practice Miscellaneous Moderator: Scott B. Shawen, MD (Bethesda, Maryland) Moderators: Eric M. Bluman, MD, PhD (Boston, Massachusetts) 10:25 am – 10:30 am Article #1 James R. Ficke, MD Charles L. Saltzman, MD (Fort Sam Houston, Texas) (Salt Lake City, Utah)9:30 am – 9:35 am Comparative Cost of Limb Salvage vs. 10:30 am – 10:35 am Article #2 Amputation in Diabetics with Charcot Ned Amendola, MD Foot (Iowa City, Iowa) Michael S. Pinzur, MD (Maywood, Illinois), Joseph A. Gil, MD; 10:35 am – 10:40 am Article #3 Adam P. Schiff, MD Alastair Younger, MBChB, MSc, ChM (Vancouver, BC, Canada)2 American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society
  3. 3. 10:40 am – 10:50 am Discussion 12:10 pm – 12:20 pm AOFAS Business Meeting 12:20 pm – 1:05 pm Lunch (on your own) Symposium 3: Bunion Surgery:10:50 am – 11:40 am 1:05 pm – 1:10 pm Welcome / Announcements Chicago Style (Who’s the Boss?) Moderator: Richard M. Marks, MD Symposium 4: Flatfoot Buffet: 1:10 pm – 2:05 pm (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Celebrity Challenge and Case10:50 am – 10:58 am on Osteotomy Alternatives: Why I Don’t N Presentations do Osteotomies and Fusions George B. Holmes, MD (Chicago, Illinois) Moderator: Lew C. Schon, MD (Baltimore, Maryland)10:58 am – 11:06 am Distal and Shaft Osteotomies: Why I Don’t do Proximal Osteotomies Panel: Armen S. Kelikian, MD (Chicago, Illinois) James W. Brodsky, MD (Dallas, Texas)11:06 am – 11:14 am Proximal Osteotomies: Why I Don’t do Gregory P. Guyton, MD Proximal Fusions (Baltimore, Maryland) Anish R. Kadakia, MD Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD (Glenview, Illinois) (St. Louis, Missouri)11:14 am – 11: 22 am Fusions: Why I Don’t do Distal David S. Levine, MD Osteotomies (New York, New York) Brian C. Toolan, MD (Chicago, Illinois) Keith L. Wapner, MD (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)11:22 am – 11:35 am Panel Member Rebuttals and Discussion 1:55 pm – 2:05 pm Discussion11:35 am – 11:40 am Discussion, Audience Poll and Last Man Standing 2:05 pm – 2:50 pm Paper Session 3: Ankle Paper Session 2: Hindfoot /11:40 am – 12:10 pm Moderators: Christopher DiGiovanni, MD (Providence, Rhode Island) Midfoot Dirk Gesink, MD (Phoenix, Arizona) Moderators: Timothy C. Beals, MD 2:05 pm – 2:10 pm Comparison of the Two Types of Distal (Salt Lake City, Utah) Tibial Osteotomy for Ankle Osteoarthritis Robert E. Meehan, MD with Medial Gutter Obliteration (Dearborn, Michigan) Woo-chun Lee, MD (Seoul, South Korea),11:40 am – 11:45 am Effects of Earlier Weight Bearing on Jaeho Cho; Chulhyun Park; Hongjoon Surgically Treated Intra-Articular Calcaneus Choi; Kang Lee, MD; Jiyong Ahn; Dong-il Fractures Chun Seung Jin Yi, MD (Akron, Ohio), Erin 2:10 pm – 2:15 pm Anatomic Allograft Tendon Prewitt, MD; Ronald Sismondo, BS; Reconstruction of Recurrent and Complex David B Kay, MD; Gordon Bennett, MD; Lateral Ankle Ligament Instability Don Noe, BS; Jeffrey Junko, MD Steven M. Raikin, MD (Philadelphia,11:45 am – 11:50 am Examination of Lateral Column Lengths Pennsylvania), Adam Gregory Miller, MD; in Adult Flatfoot Deformity Jamal Ahmad, MD Steve Kang, MD (Los Angeles, California), 2:15 pm – 2:20 pm Total Ankle Replacement Following Septic Timothy Charlton, MD; David B. Osteoarthritis: Mid-term Results in 18 Thordarson, MD Consecutive Patients11:50 am – 11:55 am Randomized, Prospective Comparison A Beat Hintermann, MD (Liestal, of Bioabsorbable and Steel Screw Fixation Switzerland), Markus Knupp, MD, Alexej of Lisfranc Injuries Barg, MD Jamal Ahmad, MD 2:20 pm – 2:25 pm Ankle Arthroscopy: Medium-Term (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Outcomes for New Onset Mechanical11:55 am – 12:00 pm Complications after Popliteal Block for Symptoms in Osteo and Post-Traumatic Foot and Ankle Surgery Arthritis Kuldeep Gadkari, MS(Orth), MBBS Ryan Flanigan, MD (Rochester, New (Grand Rapids, Michigan), Donald R York), Benedict DiGiovanni, MD Bohay, MD; John G Anderson, MD; John 2:25 pm – 2:30pm Complications from In-Bone II Revision D Maskill, MD; William Braaksma, MD; Arthroplasty for Salvage of a Failed Agility Michelle A Padley, BS, CRC; Lindsey A Ankle Replacement Behrend, BS Ramces Francisco, MD (Seattle,12:00 pm – 12:10 pm Discussion Washington), Michael Brage, MD; Bruce Sangeorzan, MD; Nicholas Wegner, MDAmerican Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society 3
  4. 4. 2:30 pm – 2:35 pm Outcomes of Unrestricted Postoperative Calcaneus: – Extensile vs 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Weightbearing on Large Osteochondral Minimally Invasive Defects of the Talus Following Arthroscopic Curettage Moderator: Roy W. Sanders, MD Gregory A. Lundeen, MD (Reno, (Tampa, Florida) Nevada), Linda J. Dunaway, APN 3:30 pm – 3:40 pm Calcaneus: Mini2:35 pm – 2:50 pm Discussion Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD (Seattle, Washington)2:50 pm – 3:00 pm Break 3:40 pm – 3:50 pm Calcaneus: Extensile OFAS / Orthopaedic A Stephen K. Benirschke, MD (Seattle, Washington) Trauma Association Joint Session: Controversies and 3:50 pm – 4:00 pm Controversies, Debate and Discussion Complications in Trauma of Roy W. Sanders, MD (Tampa, Florida) the Foot and Ankle Dr. med. Stefan Rammelt 3:00 pm – 5:05 pm (Dresden, Germany) Joint Session Objectives: 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Ankle: Syndesmosis Controversies pon completion of these presentations, learners should be able U Moderator: William C. McGarvey, MD to: (Katy, Texas) •• ntegrate new treatment options into attendee practices I •• dentify ways to avoid, analyze and manage complications of I 4:00 pm – 4:10 pm Ankle: Syndesmosis Alternatives foot and ankle trauma John S. Early, MD (Dallas, Texas) •• ompare and contrast operative treatment strategies and C approaches to traumatic injuries of the foot and ankle 4:10 pm – 4:20 pm Ankle: Syndesmosis ORIF •• dentify and adapt strategies to improve patient outcomes I Paul Tornetta, III, MD (Boston, Massachusetts) 4:20 pm – 4:30 pm Controversies, Debate and DiscussionIntroductions by: William C. McGarvey, MD (Katy, Texas) John G. Anderson, MD, AOFAS Program Committee Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan) Donald Bohay, MD, AOFAS, Program Committee Co-Chair 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm nkle: Posterior Malleolus: To Fix A (Grand Rapids, Michigan) or Not to Fix Robert A. Probe, MD, OTA, President and Program Committee Chair (Temple, Texas) Moderator: Robert A. Probe, MDClifford B. Jones, MD, OTA, Joint Program Committee Chair (Temple, Texas)(Grand Rapids, Michigan) 4:30 pm – 4:40 pm Ankle: Posterior Malleolus: Don’t Fix it! David B. Thordarson, MD3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Lisfranc Injuries: Fusion vs ORIF (Los Angeles, California) Moderator: Robert B. Anderson, MD 4:40 pm – 4:50 pm Ankle: Posterior Malleolus: Fix it! (Charlotte, North Carolina) Dean G. Lorich, MD (New York, New York)3:00 pm – 3:10 pm Lisfranc Injuries: Fusion J. Chris Coetzee, MD (Edina, Minnesota) 4:50 pm – 5:00 pm Controversies, Debate and Discussion Robert A. Probe, MD (Temple, Texas)3:10 pm – 3:20pm Lifranc Injuries: ORIF Ross K. Leighton, MD 5:00 pm – 5:05 pm Closing Remarks and Conclusions (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) Robert A. Probe, MD, OTA President and Program Committee Chair3:20 pm – 3:30pm Controversies, Debate and Discussion (Temple, Texas) Robert B. Anderson, MD John G. Anderson, MD, AOFAS Program (Charlotte, North Carolina) Committee Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan) Donald Bohay, MD, AOFAS Program Committee Co-Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan) Clifford B. Jones, MD, OTA Joint Program Committee Chair (Grand Rapids, Michigan)4 American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society

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