Arthroscopy Association of North America 32nDAnnualMeetingPreliminary Program              April 25-27, 2013         J. W....
WelcomeDear Colleagues:     It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 32nd Annual Meet-            The 2013 AANA Annualing o...
New                              A Note from the Program                                     Chairman                     ...
education                             informationTarget Audience                                                     Discl...
Meeting At A Glance                           April 24          April 25            April 26           April 27           ...
Keynote Lectures                                                                        The Mission Continues. After retur...
Clinical Guest Speaker                                              Scientific Guest Speaker                               ...
scientific program                English to Spanish Simultaneous Translation Will Be Provided During The General SessionW...
9:45 am    Conjoined Tendon Transfer vs Modified               11:50 am The Postoperative Vascular Risk Associated         ...
3:40 pm    Discussion                                        5:05 pm    Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruc-        ...
10:00 am The Effect of Immobilization without Passive        1:40 pm   Hip Arthroscopy in High Level Baseball Players     ...
2:35 pm   Retrospective Evaluation of Femoral               2:05 pm - Feature Lecture #5: OCD of the Elbow           Osteo...
Saturday, April 27, 2013                                      10:30 am Introduction of Scientific Guest Speaker            ...
1:00 pm - Scientific Session XII: Articular Cartilage         1:59 pm   Quantitative Assessment of Surgical 1:35 pm        ...
2:40 pm    Medial Meniscal Root Avulsion:           A Biomechanical Comparison of Four Different           Repair Construc...
instructional courses                                                                       Course 105: Solving Problems o...
Course 205: Articular Cartilage Problems of the Knee:                                                                    A...
Course 304: Shoulder Instability Stepchildren: Arthroscop-                   Saturday, April 27, 2013                     ...
Course 308: AMECRA Sponsored ICL                                        Course 403: Arthroscopic Reconstruction of Severel...
fellows day                                                        Friday April 26, 2013                                  ...
Product workshops                                     Friday, April 26                                                    ...
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) Annual Meeting
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  1. 1. Arthroscopy Association of North America 32nDAnnualMeetingPreliminary Program April 25-27, 2013 J. W. Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa San Antonio, Texas The General Session will be presented in English with Simultaneous Translation into Spanish.
  2. 2. WelcomeDear Colleagues: It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 32nd Annual Meet- The 2013 AANA Annualing of the Arthroscopy Association of North America, April Meeting promises to be an excep-25 – 27, 2013 in San Antonio, Texas. Each year AANA raises tional educational event with anthe educational bar, adding new and innovative courses to meet all-star international lineup includ-your needs. This year’s scientific meeting will have something ing four exciting keynote speakers.for everyone with state of the art clinical sessions to enrich the The Presidential Guest Speaker iseducational experience for all who attend. This outstanding pro- best-selling author Eric Greitensgram was crafted by the AANA Program Committee chaired by who will share his internationalRobert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD and the Education Committee experiences as a military leader,chaired by Benjamin Shaffer, MD. decorated Navy SEAL, brilliant This year, AANA is proud to welcome and collaborate Rhodes Scholar and noted worldwide humanitarian. In addi-with our esteemed North American colleagues from Mexico, tion, International Guest Speaker Lars Engebretsen, MD willthe 2013 Guest Nation and the Guest Society AMECRA, (Aso- illuminate all with a keynote address on evidenced-based medi-ciación Mexicana de Cirugia Reconstructiva Articular y Ar- cine and the interpretation of anterior cruciate ligament surgerythroscopia). The meeting will feature simultaneous English to outcomes and the association of osteoarthritis. Scientific GuestSpanish translation in the general sessions including three of the Speaker, Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM will speak on the true im-daily Instructional Course Lectures. The AANA 2013 Annual pact of translational research in a compelling lecture “FromMeeting includes a full program of daily sessions featuring state Bench to Bedside and Back”. Clinical Guest Speaker Donaldof the art, peer - reviewed original scientific research papers, Resnick, MD will lecture on “From Structure to Function tocompelling Feature Lectures presented by world renowned mas- Basic and Advanced Imaging”.ter instructors, clinical case-based discussion panels, and Prac- As you plan your schedule for San Antonio, take full ad-tical Pearls Spotlights focusing on essential take home pearls, vantage of the multi-faceted, diverse educational opportunitieshighlighting arthroscopic techniques. In addition, 28 Instruc- that await you at this premiere educational event in arthroscopy.tional Course Lectures will be featured, including three courses I look forward to welcoming each of you to sunny San Antonio,delivered exclusively in Spanish. Returning this year, based on Texas for this year’s AANA Annual Meeting.member feedback, are the popular “Roundtable” discussion ses-sions. These sessions pair two faculty experts with 18 partici- Sincerely,pants sharing clinical cases in a stimulating, interactive format. Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD 2012-2013 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD – President J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD – First Vice President William R. Beach, MD – Second Vice President Robert T. Burks, MD – Secretary 2013 PROGRAM COMMITTEE Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD – Treasurer Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD – Chairman Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA – Member-at-Large Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr., MD – Member-at-Large Larry D. Field, MD Larry D. Field, MD – Member-at-Large Louis F. McIntyre, MD Peter Jokl, MD – Member-at-Large Matthew T. Provencher, MD Louis F. McIntyre, MD - Member-at-Large Jonathan B. Ticker, MD Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD – Member-at-Large Richard L. Angelo, MD – Immediate Past President Felix H. Savoie, III, MD – Past President Arthroscopy Association of North America 6300 N. River Road, Suite 600 Rosemont, IL 60018 847-292-2262 - telephone 847-292-2268 - fax web site: www.aana.org2 www.aana.org
  3. 3. New A Note from the Program Chairman We invite you to attend the up- coming Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. This is a pre- Offering mier educational event, filled with clinically useful and cutting-edge information designed to maximize AANA Accredited CME – A to Z your educational experience and improve your clinical practice. Friday, April 26th The program is already packed 12:20pm -1:20pm with presentations by thoughtleaders, experts, and modern surgical pioneers, covering the John C. Richmond, MD,gamut from clinical and radiographic diagnosis to advanced ar- Chairman Education Overview Committeethroscopic reconstructive techniques. Our Instructional Course Susan L. Carlson, MSEd, Director of EducationLectures provide participants an opportunity to focus upon theirown specific areas of interest, with a broad array of available As an accredited CME provider, AANA educational programstopics to choose from. In addition to these outstanding lectures, have an important responsibility in assisting member physiciansthere will be a wide variety of clinical case panels, symposia, in maintenance of certification (MOC). In 2004 the Accredita-and “clinical pearls” talks. tion Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) is- sued the updated Standards for Commercial Support of CMEHere are just a few of the highlights from the 2013 Program: and in 2006 released the Updated Accreditation Criteria. As a result over the past several years, physicians involved in theLars Engebretsen, MD, PhD, International Guest Speaker: planning and implementation of accredited CME programs haveACL Surgery and OA: What is the Evidence? expressed frustration regarding “”all the ACCME rules” in or- der to be in compliance.Donald Resnick, MD, Clinical Guest Speaker:From Structure to Function to Basic and Advanced Imaging The Education Overview Committee has recently developed an informational presentation for all committee members that areFreddie H. Fu, MD: Anatomic ACL Reconstruction: involved in the development of AANA educational programsWhat I’m Doing in 2013 and Why? and anyone interested in becoming a committee member or speaker. The purpose of this information session is to clarify theEric Greitens, Presidential Guest Speaker: intent of the “ACCME rules” and explain further why accreditedThe Heart and the Fist CME programs need to be based on the principles of adult learn- ing and be independent of industry influence in order to meet theMarc J. Phillipon, MD: Reconstructive Techniques in Hip new ACCME requirements. Lunch will be provided.Arthroscopy: What’s on the Horizon?Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM, Scientific Guest Speaker: From theBench to the Bedside and Back: Why the Road to Discovery isa Two-way StreetBrian J. Cole, MD, MBA: When the Well-Intentioned GoesAwry: How to Innovate and Protect Patients at the Same Time. We sincerely hope that you will join us in San Antonio forthe 2013 Annual Meeting. The meeting promises to provide atruly outstanding educational opportunity, with an experiencethat will surely benefit both you and your arthroscopy patients.See you in San Antonio!Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhDAANA Program Chairman 3www.aana.org
  4. 4. education informationTarget Audience Disclosure Policy StatementThe primary target audience of the Arthroscopy Association of In accordance with the Accreditation Council for ContinuingNorth America’s Annual Meeting is members and non-members Education’s Standards for Commercial Support, all CME pro-who desire to improve their arthroscopic knowledge and skill. viders are required to disclose to the activity audience the rel- evant financial relationships of planners, teachers, and authorsOverall Learning Objectives involved in the development of CME content. An individual hasUpon completion of the activity, participants will be able to: a relevant financial relationship if he or she has a financial re-1) Examine and apply basic scientific information and technical lationship in any amount occurring in the last 12 months with askills in arthroscopic surgery. commercial interest whose products or services are discussed in2) Update knowledge regarding state-of-the-art advances in ar- the CME activity content over which the individual has control.throscopic surgical treatment. In accordance with the AANA policy, faculty participation in3) Evaluate the current evidence base for diagnosis and clinical this educational activity will be predicated upon timely submis-management of joint disorders. sion and review of AANA disclosures.4) Review their current practice management expertise and de-velop a plan to increase their expertise. Resolution of Conflicts of Interest5) Develop new clinical and technical skills to improve the ev- In accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commericaleryday practice of arthroscopic surgery. Support of CME, AANA has implemented mechanisms, prior to planning and implementation of this CME activity, to identifyStatement of Need and mitigate conflicts of interest for all individuals in a positionThe 2013 AANA Annual Meeting is designed to enhance knowl- to control the content of this CME activity.edge of diagnosis and treatment alternatives relevant to the en-tire array of arthroscopic practice. The program focuses upon CME Mission Statementsurgical methods and technical pearls, which translates into im- The CME mission of AANA is to provide bias free peer re-proved operative performance and better patient outcomes. viewed continuing medical education to its members and any other qualified individuals who practice endoscopic and mini-Accreditation Statement mally invasive surgery on the muscolo-skeletal system. AANAThe Arthroscopy Association of North America is accredited encourages and supports research efforts in arthroscopic sur-by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education gery. AANA represents the membership and the community in(ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physi- a continuous effort to provide quality and cost-effective healthcians. care.The Arthroscopy Association of North America designates thislive educational activity for a maximum of 21.25 AMA PRA Cat-egory 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit com-mensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.4 www.aana.org
  5. 5. Meeting At A Glance April 24 April 25 April 26 April 27 Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Registration 3:00 pm–6:30 pm 7:00 am–5:30 pm 7:00 am–3:30 pm 7:00 am–5:00 pm Scientific Session 8:00 am-12:10 pm 9:45 am-12:20 pm 9:40 am-12:15 pm 3:15 pm-5:20 pm 1:30 pm-3:20 pm 1:00 pm-3:15 pm Instructional 1:15 pm-2:45 pm 7:45 am–9:15 am 7:45 am–9:15 am Courses/Roundtable 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Discussions Technical Exhibits 7:00 am-3:30 pm & 7:00 am–12:00 pm 7:00 am–12:00 pm 5:30 pm-7:30 pm Business Meetings 12:10 pm–1:05 pm 12:15 pm–12:30 pm Product 3:30 pm–5:30 pm Workshops Internet Café 7:00 am–7:30 pm 7:00 am–3:30 pm 7:00 am–5:00 pm 5www.aana.org
  6. 6. Keynote Lectures The Mission Continues. After returning from Iraq, Greit- ens founded The Mission Continues, which empowers wounded veterans to serve and lead in communities across America. For Presidential Guest Speaker his work, he received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, Eric Greitens and the Draper Richards Foundation selected Greitens as a fel- Friday, April 26th low, recognizing him as an innovative leader. The following 10:50 AM year the Manhattan Institute for Social Entrepreneurship hon- ored Greitens as one of the five leading social entrepreneurs. He was also honored by Major League Baseball, PEOPLE maga- zine, Outside Magazine, and the National Conference on Citi- zenship. In 2011, The Social Venture Network recognized The Mission Continues as one of the most impactful forces in the community. His work has also been covered by nearly every national media outlet. Eric Greitens is a former Navy SEAL, the founder of The Greitens was appointed as a White House fellow, the mostMission Continues, and an award-winning and best-selling au- prestigious fellowship for leadership and public service and con-thor. Greitens draws from his experience as a humanitarian and tinues to study and teach public service as a senior fellow at theNavy SEAL lieutenant commander to address leadership, team Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouribuilding, overcoming adversity, and the power of service. Using and at the Olin School of Business at Washington University.humor and personal anecdotes from his travels, he engages hisaudience in highly visual, dynamic, and inspiring presentationsand challenges them to make small changes and improvementsin their lives. Humanitarian Work. Greitens is a noted humanitarian,documentary photographer, and researcher who has workedacross the globe. His doctoral thesis, Children First, investi-gated how organizations can best serve war-affected children International Guest Speakerand inspired his award-winning book of photographs and es- Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhDsays, Strength and Compassion, which was recognized as Fore- Thursday, April 25thWord magazine’s “Photography Book of the Year,” and was the 9:05 AMwinner of the 2009 New York Book Festival. Greitens’ latestbook, The New York Times best-selling The Heart and the Fist:The Education of a Humanitarian, the Making of a Navy SEAL,provides insights into service and leadership during challengingtimes, with Greitens drawing from his experience as a SEAL,humanitarian, and volunteer at The Mission Continues. He hasalso written The Warrior’s Heart, a young adult adaptation of Dr. Engebretsen has served on the faculties of the Univer-the book. sity of Trondheim and the University of Minnesota as Associate Military History. Greitens is a Navy SEAL officer who de- Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery. He has been Professor andployed four times, to Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, and Southeast Chairman for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Ull-Asia. He served as the commander of a Joint Special Operations evaal Hospital 1996-2000 and 2002-2004 and the OrthopaedicTask Unit, commander of a Mark V Special Operations Craft University Clinic in Oslo 2000-2002. From 2005-2007 he wasDetachment, and as commander of an al Qaeda Targeting Cell. the Divisional Director for Orthopaedics, Neurosurgery, Neu-While in Iraq, Greitens and his comrades were hit by a suicide rology, Physical Med and Rehab in the Division of Musculo-truck bomb. He escaped with minor injuries, but some of his skeletal and Neurosciences at the University of Oslo.comrades were much harder hit. His personal military awardsinclude the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, among a myriadof others. In 2011, the Association of the United States Navynamed Greitens their Navy Reserve Officer of the Year.6 www.aana.org
  7. 7. Clinical Guest Speaker Scientific Guest Speaker Donald L. Resnick, MD Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM, Thursday, April 25th Dipl ACVS, Dipl ACVSMR 11:00 AM Saturday, April 27th 10:35 AM Donald L. Resnick is Professor of Radiology and Chief of Dr. Arnoczky is the Director of the Laboratory for Com-Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of California, San parative Orthopaedic Research at Michigan State University andDiego (UCSD). has been involved in basic science research of the musculoskel- Born in Mt. Vernon, New York, in 1941, he graduated at etal system for over 40 years. He began his research career at theCornell University, Medical College, New York City, in 1966. Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City under the men-He completed his residency in radiology at the New York Hos- torship of Drs. John Marshall and Russell Warren focusing onpital, Cornell University in 1972. He then became Assistant Pro- the basic science aspects of meniscal and ligamentous injuries offessor of Radiology in Residence at UCSD, and in 1979 he was the knee.appointed Professor of Radiology. In 1992 Dr. Arnoczky was named the first Wade O. Brink- In the following 30+ years, Professor Resnick graduated er Endowed Professor of Surgery in the College of Veterinarynearly 200 clinical bone fellows from the United States and Medicine at Michigan State University. He also holds Profes-Canada, and about 500 research fellows, many from Europe, sorial appointments in the College of Human Medicine and theAsia and South America, especially Brazil. Most of these fel- College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University.lows have assumed an academic position since then. He was Among his numerous honors and awards, Dr. Arnoczky hasalso chief of the radiology section of the Veterans Administra- received the prestigious Kappa Delta Award for Outstandingtion Medical Center in San Diego from 1977 to 1990. Orthopaedic Research from the American Academy of Ortho- Professor Resnick has given more than 1,200 presentations paedic Surgeons and the Neer Award from the American Shoul-and has made outstanding scientific contributions as an author of der and Elbow Surgeons. He is also a four-time recipient of861 articles, 25 books and chapters, and 59 invited articles and the Cabaud Award for Soft Tissue Research, a two-time winnerchapters. His work has been recognized by several publication of the O’Donoghue Award for Sports Medicine Research, andawards and book grants, such as the American Society of Index- the 2012 recipient of the T. David Sisk Award for best originalers Award for excellence in indexing for ‘Diagnosis of Bone and research; all bestowed by the American Orthopaedic Society forJoint Disorders’ (Resnick D, Niwayama G). Sports Medicine. Dr. Arnoczky has also received the Distin- He has delivered many national and international named guished Faculty Award from Michigan State University and thelectures, undertaken over 150 visiting professorships and won Distinguished Alumnus Award from The Ohio State University.numerous honors and awards, including the Gold Medal of the Dr. Arnoczky has published over 180 scientific articles, 150American Roentgen Ray Society. He has also twice given the scientific abstracts, and has written 77 book chapters. He hasAnnual Oration at the meeting of the Radiological Society of also co-edited 3 books on basic science topics related to sportsNorth America (RSNA). medicine. Dr. Arnoczky has given over 650 invited research lec- Professor Resnick has held numerous professional positions tures around the world. He serves on the editorial review boardsand sat on the Executive Committee of the International Skeletal of several orthopaedic journals and is a member of numerous re-Society (ISS) for over 20 years. He was a member of the RSNA search review committees. Dr. Arnoczky is a founding memberPublic Information Advisory Committee and American Roent- of the International Olympic Committee Olympic Academy ofgen Ray Society Program Committee. He has received spon- Sciences and an honorary member of the Arthroscopy Associa-sored post-doctoral fellowships in osteoradiology, and has been tion of North America.a member of editorial boards of several scientific journals, suchas Skeletal Radiology, AJR, Arthritis Rheumatism and Semi-nars in Musculoskeletal Imaging. He has been awarded honorary membership by variousprestigious societies, including the French Canadian Society ofRadiology, the Swedish Society of Medical Radiology and theAustrian Radiological Society. 7www.aana.org
  8. 8. scientific program English to Spanish Simultaneous Translation Will Be Provided During The General SessionWednesday, April 24, 2013 8:45 am Effect of Tissue Processing on Clinical Outcomes of Primary Anterior Cruciate3:00 pm- Registration Ligament Reconstruction Using Allograft SS-046:30 pm JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Sam Si-Hyeong Park, MD, Tim Dwyer, MBBS, Francesco Congiusta, BSc, John Theodoropoulos,Thursday, April 25, 2013 MD, FRCSC7:00 am - Registration 8:50 am Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing5:30 pm JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country All-Inside ACL Reconstruction Technique vs. ACL Reconstruction With a Full Tibial Tunnel7:00 am - Exhibits SS-05; James H. Lubowitz, MD, Randy3:30 pm Grand Oaks Ballroom Schwartzberg, MD, Pat Smith, MD7:00 am - Continental Breakfast 8:55 am Discussion8:00 am Grand Oaks Ballroom 9:00 am Floor Questions and Answers8:00 am - Welcome and Introduction8:10 am Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD – President 9:05 am Introduction of International Guest Speaker Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD – Program Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD Chairman 9:05 am - Feature Lecture #1 (International Guest8:10 am - Opening Ceremony 9:25 am Speaker): ACL Surgery and OA: What is the8:20 am Introduction of International Society Presidents, Evidence? International Presidents assemble at the entrance of Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhD the General Session Room 9:25 am - Scientific Session II: Shoulder Instability8:20 am - AMECRA Presentation: Team AMECRA, Who 10:00 am8:30 am We Are - 25 Years of History Fernando Valero, MD – President of AMECRA 9:25 am Clavicular Bone Tunnel Malposition Leads to Early Failures in CC Ligament Reconstructions8:30 am - Scientific Session I: Knee Ligament SS-06; John M. Tokish, MD, Jay Cook, MD,9:05 am James Shaha, MD, Douglas Rowles, MD, Craig R. Bottoni, MD, Steven Shaha, PhD, DBA8:30 am Two to Eighteen Year Results in Combined PCL ACL Medial Lateral Side Knee Injuries 9:30 am Glenoid Diameter is an Inaccurate Method for SS-01; Gregory C. Fanelli, MD, Craig Glenoid Bone Loss Quantification SS-07 Edson, MS, PT, ATC Sanjeev Bhatia, MD, Nikhil N. Verma, MD, Anil Saigal, MS, Andrew Hsu, MD, Michael Ellman,8:35 am Biomechanical Analysis of Stacked MD, Bernard R. Bach, MD, Brian J. Cole, MD, Bioabsorbable Screws in Revision Anterior MBA, Anthony A. Romeo, MD Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction SS-02 Hasan Baydoun, MD, Lance LeClere, MD, Guan 9:35 am A Comparison of Methods Measuring Glenoid Li, PhD, Ali Hosseini, Phd, Thomas Gill, MD Bone Loss in Patients with Shoulder Instability SS-08; Jon K. Sekiya, MD, Neil Bakshi, BA, Jon8:40 am Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes of PCL Jacobson, MD, Richard Debski, PhD Reconstruction Using Transtibial and Tibial Inlay Techniques SS-03 9:40 am Effects of Combined Bony Defects on Anterior Kyoung Jai Lee, MD, Eun Kyoo Song, MD, PhD, Shoulder Instability: Relative Contributions of Jong Keon Seon, MD, PhD, Ji Hyeon Yim, MD Bony Bankart and Hill-Sachs Defects SS-09 Anthony Miniaci, MD, Piyush Walia, MS, Morgan Jones, MD, Stephen Fening, PhD8 www.aana.org
  9. 9. 9:45 am Conjoined Tendon Transfer vs Modified 11:50 am The Postoperative Vascular Risk Associated Bristow in a Glenoid Bone Loss Model: A With Multiple-Ligament Knee Reconstruction Biomechanical Study SS-10 Under Tourniquet Control SS-15 Anand Panchal, DO, Daryl Osbahr, MD, Brent Christopher Wahl, MD, Kyle Chun, MD, Lauren Parks, BS, Wiemi Douoguih, MD Meyer, BS, Alex Farnand, BS9:50 am Discussion 11:55 am Discussion9:55 am Floor Questions and Answers 12:00 pm Floor Questions and Answers10:00 am - Coffee Break and Visit the Exhibits 12:05 pm - Practical Pearls Spotlight #2: Meniscus Repair:10:30 am Grand Oaks Ballroom 12:10 pm Making it Simple AND Effective John C. Richmond, MD10:30 am - Clinical Case Panel #1: Return to Play After Arthroscopic Surgery: From Kids to Pros 12:10 pm - First Business Meeting – Active Members Only Moderator: Russell F. Warren, MD 1:05 pm Box Lunch Included Panel: Lars Engebretsen, MD, Leslie S. Matthews, MD, James R. Andrews, MD, Bryan T. Kelly, MD 1:15 pm - Instructional Course Lectures (101-108) 2:45 pm See page 16 for course descriptions10:55 am Introduction of Clinical Guest Speaker Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD 2:45 pm - Coffee Break 3:15 pm Grand Oaks Ballroom11:00 am - Clinical Guest Speaker:11:25 am From Structure to Function to Basic and 3:15 pm - Scientific Session IV: Labrum, Biceps and More Advanced Imaging 3:50 pm Donald L. Resnick, MD 3:15 pm Management Strategies and Outcomes for11:25 am Practical Pearls Spotlight #1: Anatomic ACL Patients Developing Moderate to Severe Reconstruction: What and Why? Heterotopic Ossification Following Shoulder Freddie H. Fu, MD Arthroscopy SS-16 Matthew Wert, MD, Larry D. Field, MD, E.11:30 am - Scientific Session III: Knee Complications Rhett Hobgood, MD12:05 pm 3:20 pm Trends in the Incidence of Physician-Diagnosed11:30 am ACL Reconstruction in Patients Under Age 25: SLAP Lesions in the United States Military Outcome and Failure Rates of Autograft and SS-17; Brian Waterman, MD, Mark Hsiao, MD, Allograft SS-11 Brett Owens, MD, Kenneth Cameron, PhD, ATC, Kyle Stuart, MD, Mark H. Getelman, MD Joseph Langston, MD11:35 am Early Failure Following Femoral 3:25 pm Arthroscopic Repair of Isolated Type II SLAP Transcondylar Pin Fixation for ACL Lesions without Concomitant Surgery: Reconstruction SS-12 A 10-year Follow-up SS-18 Prashant Deshmane, MD, Cynthia Kahlenberg, Michael Carlson, MD, Ronald P. Karzel, MD, BA, Brian Han, BA, Eric Fuller, MD, Sara Stephen J. Snyder, MD Edwards, MD 3:30 pm In-Office Supervised Home Therapy vs.11:40 am The Adverse Effect of Femoral Nerve Blockade Traditional Outpatient Physical Therapy for on Quadriceps Strength after ACL Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery Rehabilitation: Reconstruction SS-13 A Case-Controlled Cohort Study SS-19 Bruce A. Levy, MD, Grigoriy Arutyunyan, MD, Stephen C. Weber, MD, Donald Torrey, PT, Aaron Krych, MD, Scott Kuzma, BS, Diane Richard Riemer, DO, Edward Nickerson, PT Dahm, MD, Michael Stuart, MD 3:35 pm Micro-particles from Arthroscopic Tools May11:45 am Incidence of Post-operative ACL Infections, Induce a Pathologic Cascade Mediated by Graft Choice Makes a Difference SS-14 Synoviocytes SS-20 Gregory Maletis, MD, Maria Inacio, MS, Sarah Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD, Fabrizio Billi, Reynolds, PT, Jamie Desmond, MPH, Tadashi PhD, Aaron Kavanaugh, BS, Andrew Colbert, Sen Funahashi, MD Liu, MD, Felix H. Savoie, III, MD, Zonbing You, MD, PhD 9www.aana.org
  10. 10. 3:40 pm Discussion 5:05 pm Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruc- tion in the Skeletally Immature Population 3:45 pm Floor Questions and Answers using an Anatomic Physeal Sparring Technique SS-23; Henry Ellis, MD, Kelsey Wise, BA, Rohit 3:50 pm - Feature Lecture #2: Intuition to Application: Reddy, MD, Philip Wilson, MD 4:00 pm The Inspiration / Perspiration Conundrum Stephen S. Burkhart, MD 5:10 pm Discussion Moderator: Jack Farr, II, MD 4:00 pm - Practical Pearls Spotlight #3: Bone Loss and 4:05 pm Shoulder Instability: Effective Decision-Making 5:15 pm Floor Questions and Answers Richard KN Ryu, MD 5:20 pm Adjourn 4:05 pm - J. Whit Ewing Resident/Fellow Essay Award 4:10 pm (Clinical) Joshua David Harris, MD 5:30 pm - Reception Long-Term Outcomes Following Bankart Shoulder 7:30 pm The JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Stabilization: A Systematic Review Grand Oaks Ballroom 4:10 pm - Practical Pearls Spotlight #4: Optimizing Friday, April 26, 2013 4:15 pm Rotator Cuff Fixation Richard L. Angelo, MD 7:00 am - Registration 3:00 pm JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country 4:15 pm - Clinical Case Panel #2: From Evidence-Based 4:45 pm Medicine to Appropriate Use Criteria: Provid- 7:00 am - Exhibits ing the Best Care Possible for Your Patient 12:00 pm Grand Oaks Ballroom Moderator: William R. Beach, MD Panel: James H. Lubowitz, MD, Robert T. Burks, 7:00 am - Continental Breakfast MD, J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, Louis F. McIntyre, 7:45 am Grand Oaks Ballroom MD 7:45 am - Instructional Course Lectures (201-208) 4:45 pm AANA and the Patellofemoral Foundation: 9:15 am See page 17 for course descriptions An Emerging Relationship and Opportunities for Future Research 9:15 am - Coffee Break and Visit the Exhibits Peter Jokl, MD 9:45 am Grand Oaks Ballroom 4:50 pm - Practical Pearls Spotlight #5: Taking the Pain 9:45 am - Scientific Session VI: Rotator Cuff 4:55 pm Out of Treating Patients with Patellofemoral 10:20 am Pain Jack Farr, II, MD 9:45 am Effect of the Diameter of the Suture Passer on the Resistance of the Rotator Cuff Repair SS-24 4:55 pm - Scientific Session V: Patellofemoral Alex Vaisman, MD, Gonzalo Labarca, MD, 5:20 pm Moderator: Jack Farr, II, MD Maximilian Fingerhuth, MD 4:55 pm Quantitative Assessment of Patellar Vascularity 9:50 am Functional Limitations as Measured by the Following Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone ASES Score for Patients that Present with Autograft Harvest SS-21 Rotator Cuff Pathology SS-25 Kristofer Jones, MD, Lionel Lazaro, MD, Samuel Marilee Horan, MPH, Ryan Warth, MD, Karen Taylor, MD, Nadine Pardee, BS, Joseph Nguyen, Briggs, MPH MBA, Peter J. Millett, MD MSc MPH, Jonathan Dyke, PhD, Jo Hannafin, MD, PhD, Russell F. Warren, MD, Dean Lorich, MD 9:55 am The Radiologic Results of Ultrasonography- Assisted One-Time Needling in Calcific5:00 pm CT and MRI Measurements of Tibial Tubercle Tendintis Patients SS-26 to Trochlear Groove Distances (TT-TG) Are Jae chul Yoo, MD, Min Soo Shon, MD, Kyoung Not Equivalent SS-22 Hwan Koh, MD, Tae Kang Lim, MD, Young Eun Bruce Levy, MD, Christopher Camp, MD, Jeffrey Park, MD, Seung Won Lee, MD Bond, MD, Mark Collins, MD, Michael Stuart, MD, Aaron Krych, MD, Diane Dahm, MD10 www.aana.org
  11. 11. 10:00 am The Effect of Immobilization without Passive 1:40 pm Hip Arthroscopy in High Level Baseball Players Exercise after Rotator Cuff Repair SS-27 SS-31; J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, Kay Jones, Jae Chul Yoo, MD, Kyoung Hwan Koh, MD, MSN, RN Seung Won Lee, MD, Min Soo Shon, MD, Young Eun Park, MD, Tae Kang Lim, MD 1:45 pm Two-Year Follow-Up of Hip Arthroscopies: A Matched Control Study Comparing Patients10:05 am Cost-effectiveness of Rotator Cuff Repair SS-28 Over 50 Years to Patients Under 30 Years Laurence D. Higgins, MD, Arvind von Keudell, SS-32 MD, Nitin Jain, MD, MSPH, Jon JP Warner, MD Dror Lindner, MD, Itamar Botser, MD, Austin Chen, MD, Joseph Williamson, BS, Adam Sadik,10:10 am Discussion BS, Anthony Trenga, BA, Benjamin Domb, MD10:15 am Floor Questions and Answers 1:50 pm Complications after Hip Arthroscopy: A Prospective, Multicenter, Study Using a10:20 am - Feature Lecture #3: Optimized Treatment of Validated Grading Classification SS-3310:30 am the Throwing Athlete Christopher M. Larson, MD, John Clohisy, MD, James R. Andrews, MD Paul Beaulé, MD, FRCSC, M. Russell Giveans, PhD, Rebecca Stone, MS, Kathryn Samuelson, BS10:30 am - Special Session: Military Contributions that10:45 am Advance AANA’s Mission 1:55 pm Discussion John M. Tokish, MD 2:00 pm Floor Questions and Answers10:44 am Introduction of Presidential Guest Speaker Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD 2:05 pm - Feature Lecture #4: Reconstructive Techniques 2:15 pm in Hip Arthroscopy: What’s on the Horizon?10:50 am - Presidential Guest Speaker: Marc J. Philippon, MD11:50 am Why it Takes the Heart and the Fist Eric Greitens 2:15 pm - Scientific Session VIII: Hip Impingement 2:50 pm11:50 am - Clinical Case Panel #3: Hip Arthroscopy:12:20 pm Where Are We Now? 2:15 pm Arthroscopic Surgery for Global vs. Focal Moderator: Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr., MD Femoroacetabular Impingement: Are the Panel: J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, Benjamin Domb, Outcomes Different? SS-34 MD, Asheesh Bedi, MD Dean K. Matsuda, MD, Nikhil Gupta, BS, Raoul Burchette, MS12:30 pm Golf Tournament 2:20 pm Arthroscopic Hip Revision Surgery for Residual1:30 pm - Concurrent Session A: Hip FAI: Surgical Outcomes SS-353:20 pm Asheesh Bedi, MD, Christopher M. Larson, MD, M. Russell Giveans, PhD, Kathryn Samuelson, BS,1:30 pm - Scientific Session VII: Hip: Rebecca Stone, MS2:05 pm Diagnosis and Complications 2:25 pm Simultaneous Bilateral Hip Arthroscopy for1:30 pm Efficacy and Duration of Intra-Articular Subjects with Symptomatic Bilateral Cortisone Injection of the Hip Prior to Hip Femoroacetabular Impingement SS-36 Arthroscopy SS-29 Omer Mei-Dan, MD, Mark McConkey, MD, Bruce A. Levy, MD, Timothy Griffith, MD, Aaron FRCSC, Joshua Knudsen, Medical Student, Krych, MD, Joshua Hudgens, MD, Rafael Sierra, Matthew Brick, MD MD 2:30 pm Return to Duty after Mini-Open Arthroscopic1:35 pm Response from Intra-Articular Hip Injection to Assisted Treatment of Femoral Acetabular Predict Outcome after Arthroscopic Impingement an an Active Duty Military Management for FAI SS-30 Population SS-37 Olufemi Ayeni, MD, FRCSC, CJ Foote, MD, Justin Ernat, MD, Daniel Song, MD, Sean MSc, Kevin Debiparshad, MSc, MD, Sarah Brugman, MD, John M. Tokish, MD, Gregory Crouch, BSc, Ze’ev Maizlin, MD, FRCPC, Lee, MD Forough Farrokhyar, MPhil, PhD, Mohit Bhandari, MD, PhD, FRCSC 11www.aana.org
  12. 12. 2:35 pm Retrospective Evaluation of Femoral 2:05 pm - Feature Lecture #5: OCD of the Elbow Osteoplasty and Labral Debridement in 2:15 pm John E. Conway, MD Cam-Type Femoroacetabular Impingement Patients: An Average Follow-up of Five Years 2:15 pm - Scientific Session X: Ankle and Leg SS-38; Eddie Lo, MD, Carlos A. Guanche, MD 2:50 pm 2:40 pm Discussion 2:15 pm Assessing Long-Term Outcomes in Individuals Undergoing Fasciotomy for Chronic Exertional 2:45 pm Floor Questions and Answers Compartment Syndrome of the Lower Leg SS-44; Kevin Willits, MSc, MD, FRCSC, 2:50 pm - Clinical Case Panel #4: Arthroscopic Treatment Nicholas Pasic, MSc, Dianne Bryant, MSc, PhD 3:20 pm of Hip Tendon Disorders Moderator: J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD 2:20 pm Post-Operative Cyst Formation after Panel: Marc J. Philippon, MD, Victor M. Autologous Osteochondral Transplanation in Ilizaliturri, Jr., MD, Carlos A. Guanche, MD the Talus: An MRI Evaluation SS-45 Ian Savage-Elliott, BA, Timothy Deyer, MD, 1:30 pm - Concurrent Session B: Wrist Elbow/Foot Ankle Niall Smyth, MD, Christopher Murawski, BS, 3:25 pm Huong Do, MA, John G. Kennedy, MD 1:30 pm - Scientific Session IX: Elbow 2:25 pm Arthroscopic Treatment of Osteochondral 2:05 pm Lesions of the Talus in Children: A Minimum Two Year Follow-Up SS-46 1:30 pm Impact of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Tear on Michael Carlson, MD, Richard D. Ferkel, MD, Contact Pressure and Contact Area in the Greg Applegate, MD Posteromedial Compartment of the Elbow SS-39; Prashanth Anand, MD, Brent Parks, BS, 2:30 pm Hindfoot Arthroscopy: A Systematic Surgical Daryl Osbahr, MD Approach for Identifying Anatomy and Hindfoot Pathology SS-47 1:35 pm Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in Niall Smyth, MD, Christopher Murawski, BS, Adolescent Athletes: Minimum Two-Year David Levine, MD, John G. Kennedy, MD Follow-Up Utilizing the Docking Technique SS-40; Kristofer Jones, MD, Joshua S. Dines, 2:35 pm Role of Arthroscopy in Ankle Degenerative MD, Brian Rebolledo, MD, Kenneth Weeks, MD, Joint Disease: Long Term Retrospective David Dines, MD, David W. Altchek, MD Outcome SS-48 Francesco Allegra, MD, Fabio Cerza, MD,1:40 pm Ulnar Nerve Decompression in Cubital Tunnel Emanuele Delianni, MD, Stefano El Boustany, Syndrome: Open in Situ Decompression vs. MD, Roberto Zannoni, MD Endoscopic Decompression SS-41 Roderich Heikenfeld, MD, PhD, Rico 2:40 pm Discussion Listringhaus, MD, PhD, Georgios Godolias, MD Professor 2:45 pm Floor Questions and Answers1:45 pm The Endoscopic Repair of Partial Lesions of the 2:50 pm - Clinical Case Panel #5: Distal Triceps Tendon–Fist Prospective Results 3:20 pm Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus of 14 Cases SS-42 Moderator: Richard D. Ferkel, MD Rico Listringhaus, MD PhD, Roderich Panel: Tom Clanton, MD, John Kennedy, MD, Heikenfeld, MD PhD, Georgios Godolias, MD James W. Stone, MD, Eric Giza, MD Professor End Concurrent Sessions1:50 pm Early Arthroscopic Management Strategies for Patients Developing Moderate to Severe 4:00 pm - Fellows Day Heterotopic Ossification of the Elbow SS-43 8:00 pm See Page 20 for Program Information Matthew Wert, MD, Felix H. Savoie, III, MD 3:30 pm - Industry Product Worshop Sessions (non-CME)1:55 pm Discussion 5:30 pm See page 21 for Program Information2:00 pm Floor Questions and Answers12 www.aana.org
  13. 13. Saturday, April 27, 2013 10:30 am Introduction of Scientific Guest Speaker Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD7:00 am - Registration5:00 pm JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country 10:35 am - Scientific Guest Speaker 10:55 am From the Bench to the Bedside and Back: Why7:00 am - Exhibits the Road to Discovery is a Two-Way Street12:00 pm Grand Oaks Ballroom Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM7:00 am - Continental Breakfast 10:55 am First Vice President’s Introduction of AANA7:45 am Grand Oaks Ballroom President J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD7:45 am - Instructional Course Lectures (301-308)9:15 am See page 18 for course descriptions 11:00 am - Presidential Address: 11:35 am Leadership in the Face of Adversity9:15 am - Coffee Break and Visit the Exhibits Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD9:40 am Grand Oaks Ballroom 11:35 am Richard O’Connor Research Award -9:40 am - Feature Lecture #6 (AMECRA Highlight David Clint Flanigan, MD9:50 am Presentation): Why Does Rotator Cuff Sub-Impact Loading Differentially Damages Deep Reconstruction Fail? The Impact of Layer of Cartilage in Medial and Lateral Condyles Biochemical Factors of Porcine Knees Michel Ruiz, MD 11:40 am AANA Membership Presentation9:50 am - Scientific Session VI: Wrist William B. Stetson, MD10:20 am 11:45 am Orthopaedic Learning Center Presentation9:50 am Posterior Interosseous Nerve Localization in the Alan S. Curtis, MD Proximal Forearm: A Cross-Sectional Cadaveric Study Establishing a Non-Invasive, 11:50 am - Feature Lecture #8: When the Well-Intentioned Patient-Normalized Parameter SS-49 12:00 pm Goes Awry: How to Innovate and Protect Patients Srinath Kamineni, MD, Crystal Norgen, MD, at the Same Time Evan Davidson, MD, Andrew Deane, PhD Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA9:55 am Arthroscopic Partial Trapeziectomy with Soft 12:00 pm 2013 AANA Traveling Fellowship Presentation Tissue Interposition for Symptomatic Trapeziometacarpal Arthritis SS-50 12:05 pm AANA Research Committee Jonathan Twu, BS, Brian Bear, MD, Kenneth Jonathan B. Ticker, MD Korcek, MD 12:10 pm Resident/Fellow Essay Award – Basic Science:10:00 am Arthroscopic Treatment of Dorsal Wrist Ryan K. Harrison, MD Syndrome (DWS) SS-51 Progression of Traumatic and Post-Traumatic Ramesh Srinivasan, MD, Robert Wysocki, MD, Lesions of the Knee Cartilage in a Rat Model of Deeptee Jain, BA, Marc Richard, MD, Fraser Osteoarthritis Leversedge, MD, David Ruch, MD 12:15 pm - Second Business Meeting10:05 am Arthroscopic Repair of TFCC Tears; 12:30 pm Active Members Only, no lunch served Evolution of Technique and Long Term Follow- Up SS-52 12:00 pm - Arthroscopy Journal Lunch and Course Michael Redler, MD, Steven Fries, PA-C 1:00 pm Gary G. Poehling, MD - Editor-in-Chief James H. Lubowitz, MD - Assistant Editor-in-Chief10:10 am Discussion Matthew T. Provencher, MD - Deputy Editor Associate Editors:10:15 am Floor Questions and Answers Jefferson C. Brand, MD, Vipool K. Goradia, MD, J. Martin Leland, MD, G. Klaud Miller, MD, Michael10:20 am - Feature Lecture # 7: SLAP Tears: History, J. Rossi, MD, Nikhil N. Verma, MD, Merrick J.10:30 am Experience and Perspectives Wetzler, MD Stephen J. Snyder, MD 13www.aana.org
  14. 14. 1:00 pm - Scientific Session XII: Articular Cartilage 1:59 pm Quantitative Assessment of Surgical 1:35 pm Competence: The Arthroscopic Learning Curve SS-58; Justin Hodgins, MD, BSc, Christian 1:00 pm Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee: Veillette, MD, MSc, David Biau, MD, PhD Outcomes after Arthroscopic Abrasion Chondroplasty and Loose Body Removal SS-53 2:03 pm Surgeon Assessment of the Use of Shoulder K. Donald Shelbourne, MD, Scott Urch, MD, Models for Arthroscopy Training SS-59 Heather Freeman, PT, DHS, Melanie Clark, BS William Ciccone II, MD, John Elias, PhD, Larky Blunck, RN, James C. Esch, MD 1:05 pm Return to an Athletic Lifestyle Following Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation of the 2:07 pm Shoulder Arthroscopy Simulator Training Knee SS-54 Improves Shoulder Arthroscopy Performance James Shaha, MD, Jay Cook, MD, Douglas in a Cadaver Model SS-60 Rowles, MD, Craig R. Bottoni, MD, Steven Shaha, R. Henn, MD, Neel Shah, MD, Jon JP Warner, PhD, DBA, John M. Tokish, MD MD, Andreas Gomoll, MD 1:10 pm Prospective Study of Particulated Juvenile 2:11 pm Arthroscopic Shoulder Simulation: Can a Allograft Cartilage to Treat Knee Femoral Computer Perceive Expertise? SS-61 Cartilage Lesions SS-55 Eric Ferkel, MD, Connor LaRose, MD, George Jack Farr, II, MD, Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA, Hatch, III, MD, Stephen J. Synder, MD, James C. Samuel Tabet, MD Esch, MD 1:15 pm Biologic Arthroplasty for Full-thickness 2:15 pm Computer-Mentored Training in Knee Cartilage Lesions of the Knee: Results at Three Arthroscopy is Equivalent to Training-as- Years Follow-up SS-56 Usual: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Alberto Gobbi, MD, Georgios Karnatzikos, MD SS-62; Jeffrey Leiter, MSc, PhD, Jesse Slade Massimo Petrera, MD Shantz, MD, Peter B. MacDonald, MD 1:20 pm Articular Cartilage Regeneration with 2:19 pm Surgical Telementoring: Augmented Reality in Autologous Peripheral Blood Stem Cells and Orthopaedic Education SS-63 Hyaluronic Acid: A Randomized Controlled Brent Ponce, MD, Evan Sheppard, BS, Jonathan Trial SS-57 Jennings, MD, Mathew May, BA, Terry Clay, BA, Adam Anz, MD, Khay-Yong Saw, M.Ch.Orth., Joseph Kundukulam, BS, Herrick Siegel, MD F.R.C.S. (Edin), Caroline Jee, PhD (Lond), Shahrin Merican, MBBCh, FRCR, Reza Ng, MD, 2:23 pm Discussion Roohi Sharifah Ahmad, MSOrth, FRCS (Edin), Moderator: Richard L. Angelo, MD Kunaseegaran Ragavanaidu, MBBS, MPath 2:25 pm - Scientific Session XIV: Meniscus 1:25 pm Discussion 2:55 pm 1:30 pm Floor Questions and Answers 2:25 pm Influence of the Meniscus Status on Knee Kinematics in the ACL-Deficient Knee SS-64 1:35 pm - Clinical Case Panel #6: Shoulder Show Down: Olaf Lorbach, MD, Martin Engelhardt, MD, 1:55 pm Lone Star vs. Big Apple Ortho Mirco Herbort, MD, Matthias Kieb, MD Moderator: Robert T. Burks, MD Panel: Stephen S. Burkhart, MD & Buzz 2:30 pm An In Vitro Comparison of Several All-Inside, Burkhead, MD vs. Benjamin Shaffer, MD & Suture-Based Meniscal Repair Devices SS-65 Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD Sean Haslam, MD, F. Alan Barber, MD, FACS, Nicole Cruz, BS, PA-C, Wendy Veach, MA, 1:55 pm - Scientific Session XIII: Innovation in Training: MMS, PA-C 2:25 pm How AANA is Leading the Way Moderator: Richard L. Angelo, MD 2:35 pm Long-Term Clinical and Radiographic Results of Arthroscopic Reshaping for Symptomatic 1:55 pm The Changing Paradigm of Surgical Education Discoid Lateral Meniscus in Children SS-66 Richard L. Angelo, MD Sang Hak Lee, MD, PhD, Jin Hwan Ahn, MD, PhD, Joon Ho Wang, MD, PhD14 www.aana.org
  15. 15. 2:40 pm Medial Meniscal Root Avulsion: A Biomechanical Comparison of Four Different Repair Constructs SS-67 Matthew J. Matava, MD, Richard Mitchell, MD, Ryan Pitts, MD, Young-Mo Kim, MD, PhD2:45 pm Discussion2:50 pm Floor Questions and Answers2:55 pm - Clinical Case Panel #7: Complex Shoulder3:15 pm Cases: What Are YOU Going to Do? Moderator: Richard KN Ryu, MD Panel: Felix H. Savoie, III, MD, Russell F. Warren, MD, Matthew T. Provencher, MD3:15 pm Closing Remarks Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD3:30 pm - Instructional Course Lectures (401-408)5:00 pm See page 19 for course descriptions5:00 pm Adjourn 15www.aana.org
  16. 16. instructional courses Course 105: Solving Problems of the Long Head Biceps and SLAP Lesions: A Case Based Approach of Arthroscopic and Thursday, April 25, 2013 Open Solutions (Proximal vs. Distal Fixation, Arthroscopic 1:15 pm - 2:45 pm vs. Sub-pec, Role and Results of Tenotomy) Anthony A. Romeo, MD – Coordinator Stephen S. Burkhart, MDCourse 101: Practice Management, Healthcare Strategies James R. Andrews, MDWilliam R. Beach, MD – Coordinator Stephen J. O’Brien, MDLouis F. McIntyre, MD Nikhil N. Verma, MDAt the completion of this course, the participant will be able to 1) At the completion of this course, the participant will be able tocorrectly code E&M office visits; 2) understand surgical coding 1) distinguish between proximal vs. distal fixation of the longchanges; 3) have an introduction and preliminary understanding head of the biceps tendon and apply evidence based treatmentof ICD-10. protocols to improve patient outcomes; 2) distinguish between an arthroscopic vs. sub-pec approach and apply evidence basedCourse 102: Problems of the Foot and Ankle treatment protocols to improve patient outcomes; 3) understandand How to Tackle Them Using the Scope the diminishing role of the SLAP repair/ role of biceps teno-Richard D. Ferkel, MD – Coordinator tomy.Thomas Clanton, MDEric Giza, MD Course 106: Searching for the Knee’s Holy Grail: How toJohn G. Kennedy, MD Achieve Anatomic ACL Reconstructions (Single vs. DoubleJames W. Stone, MD Bundle, AM vs. TT Portal)At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) know the John C. Richmond, MD – Coordinatorvarious way to treat ankle impingement and instability to im- Freddie H. Fu, MDprove patient outcomes; 2) know the indications and techniques Stephen M. Howell, MDto do prone hindfoot arthroscopy; 3) improve the treatment of At the completion of this course, the participant will be ableosteochondral lesions of the talus and ankle arthritis with ar- to 1) identify ACL Anatomy to improve surgical technique andthroscopic methods. patient outcomes; 2) develop an ACL surgery algorithm to opti- mize surgical outcomes; 3) identify technical key points to mas-Course 103: Partial Thickness Cuff Tears: What’s a Mother ter various surgical techniques to improve patient outcomes.To Do? (In-situ, Take-down, Case-based examples)Scott E. Powell, MD – Coordinator ***NEW*** Course 107: Thursday Roundtable DiscussionFelix H. Savoie, III, MD “Ask the Experts” Interactive SessionStephen J. Snyder, MD Rotator CuffWilliam B. Stetson, MD Faculty: Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD & Larry D. Field, MDAt the completion of this course, the participant will be able to1) understand the anatomy and pathology of partial thickness Course 108: AMECRA Sponsored ICL (This course will offer English to Spanish simulataneous translation)rotator cuff tears; 2) make an informed decision on the best way Meniscus Tears: From Resection to Transplantationto repair these tears; 3) understand the consensus of colleagues Ivan Encalada, MD – Coordinatorfor the repair of partial thickness rotator cuff tears. Franciso Cruz, MD Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MDCourse 104: Anterior Shoulder Instabililty: Arthroscopic At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to 1)Approaches in 2013 understand the treatment options for meniscal tears; 2) discussRichard KN Ryu, MD – Coordinator the latest techniques for meniscal repair and clinical outcomes;Asheesh Bedi, MD 3) discuss indications and techniques for meniscal transplanta-Benjamin Shaffer, MD tion.John M. Tokish, MDAt the completion of this course, the participant will 1) under-stand functional shoulder stability patients and the pathophysiol-ogy of anterior shoulder instability; 2) understand the strategiesand techniques to maximize success in anterior shoulder stabili-zation; 3) review and understand failures of stabilization and when revision arthroscopic stabilizations are warranted.16 www.aana.org
  17. 17. Course 205: Articular Cartilage Problems of the Knee: Advanced Techniques for Restoring Articular Integrity Friday, April 26, 2013 Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD – Coordinator 7:45 am - 9:15 am Jack Farr, II, MD John C. Richmond, MD Kevin G. Shea, MDCourse 201: Practice Marketing - What Web-Based Services At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) under-and Social Medial Can Do for You and Your Practice stand the updated presentation, workup, indications, approach-J. Martin Leland, III, MD – Coordinator es and surgical techniques to treating focal articular cartilageBrian Forsythe, MD defects and osteochondritis dissecans in the knee; 2) discussRichard C. Mather, III, MD current treatment methods and outcome data including micro-At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) under- fracture, osteochondral transplantation, cell-based therapies andstand the importance of using the Web and Social Media in pro- complex concomitant procedures; 3) review new methods andmoting yourself and your practice; 2) provide numerous spe- resurfacing treatments including the use of the microfracturecific examples how an Orthopaedic surgeon can set up and use augmentation, novel scaffolds, selective chondrocyte expansiona variety of different web-based platforms; 3) answer questions and next generation cell–based implantation techniques; 4) pres-relating to using the Web and Social Media. ent a case–based approach citing practical clinical guidelines and algorithms and interactive audience / faculty discussion.Course 202: Role of the Scapula in Shoulder InjuryW. Benjamin Kibler, MD – Coordinator Course 206: The “Other” Compartment of the Knee:Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA Treatment Options for Patella Femoral Instability andAugustus D. Mazzocca, MD ArthritisAt the completion of this course, the participant will be able Jeffrey L. Halbrecht, MD – Coordinatorto 1) understand normal scapular mechanics and kinematics; Philip A. Davidson, MD2) understand presentation and exam of scapular dyskinesis; 3) At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) un-understand the role of dyskinesis in the clinical presentation of derstand the indications and techniques for treating patella in-patients with rotator cuff symptoms. stability and articular cartilage injury/arthritis; 2) understand indications and methods for arthroscopic reefing and MPFLCourse 203: Arthroscopic Cuff Repair in 2013: State of the reconstruction; 3)understand articular cartilage resurfacing op-Art Techniques (Single vs. Double Row, Role of Biologics) tions including ACI, OC grafts, and microfracture; 4) understandLaurence D. Higgins, MD – Coordinator the role of Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy as well as an adjunct forRobert T. Burks, MD both instability as well as arthritis. Patellofemoral ArthroplastyMark H. Getelman, MD will also be covered.At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to1) critically evaluate rotator cuff tears and assess appropriate- ***NEW*** Course 207: Friday Roundtable Discussionness for non-operative or surgical management; 2) determine “Ask the Experts” Interactive Sessionpre-operatively the likelihood of a single row, double row or Shoulder Instabilitygraft augmented repair; 3) understand the sequential releases Faculty: Richard L. Angelo, MD & Richard KN Ryu, MDthat may enhance rotator cuff repair and when to employ ancil-lary procedures (i.e., Suprascapular Nerve Release) to optimize Course 208: AMECRA Sponsored ICLoutcome. (This course will offer English to Spanish simulataneous translation) ACL Reconstruction: Current Concepts and EvolvingCourse 204: Anterior Shoulder Instability: Strategies for TechniquesAddressing Bone Loss Fidel Dobarganes, MD – CoordinatorJohn M. Tokish, MD – Coordinator Russell F. Warren, MDStephen S. Burkhart, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will be ableFelix H. Savoie, III, MD to 1) identify the difference between single bundle and doubleAt the completion of this course, the participant will be able to bundle technique; 2) become familiar with the anatomic recon-1) understand the impact of glenoid and humeral bone loss on struction technique and apply it to their patients; 3) the correctoutcomes after instability surgery; 2) understand the qualitative place for allograft in ACL reconstruction.and quantitative assessment of bone loss and how to apply it inthe clinical setting; 3) understand the operative approaches totreating bone loss, how to apply the different techniques to dif-ferent clinical situations, and the reported long term outcomesfrom treating this clinical condition. 17www.aana.org
  18. 18. Course 304: Shoulder Instability Stepchildren: Arthroscop- Saturday, April 27, 2013 ic Management of Posterior and Multidirectional Instability Richard L. Angelo, MD – Coordinator 7:45 am - 9:15 am Guillermo R. Arce, MD Morning Session Larry D. Field, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to 1) understand the history, examination and imaging of features Course 301: Strategic Issues in Returning to Active Military characteristic of patients with MDI / posterior shoulder instabil- Duty after Orthopaedic Injury ity; 2) appreciate the specific arthroscopic surgical techniques to John M. Tokish, MD – Coordinator address MDI / posterior instability including capsular plication, Thomas M. Deberardino, MD posterior Bankart repair and HAGL lesions; 3) understand the Warren Kadrmas, MD role of ancillary procedures including rotator interval closure At the completion of this course, the participant will be able and secondary capsular tightening. to 1) recognize the challenges unique to returning to duty af- ter injury where physical fitness is an occupational necessity; Course 305: Emerging Concepts for Intra- and Extra- 2) employ treatment approaches that have proven successful for Articular Hip Impingement: Specific Techniques and the durable return to duty in a military and active civilian envi- Limits of Hip Arthroscopy ronment; 3) apply return to duty concepts to optimize one’s own J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD – Coordinator practice with active patients, with an understanding of the limits Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr., MD in a young active patient. Christopher M. Larson, MD Allston J. Stubbs, MD Course 302: Unusual Problems of the Shoulder and How to At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) under- Deal with Them: Adhesive Capsulitis, Arthritis in the Young stand current thinking on pathomechanics of femoroacetabular Patient, Suprascapular Neuropathy impingement; 2) be knowledgeable in the options of treatment Stephen C. Weber, MD – Coordinator for pincer lesions and labral pathology; 3) be familiar with treat- Stephen S. Burkhart, MD ment of cam lesions and options for management of articular T. Bradley Edwards, MD damage. Peter J. Millett, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to Course 306: The Multiple-Ligament Injured Knee: 1) know how to discriminate between degenerative subscapu- Evaluation, Timing and Techniques for Anatomic laris lesions that require treatment and those which represent Repair and Reconstructions incidental findings; 2) etiology of tears of the Subscapularis; 3) Bruce A. Levy, MD – Coordinator diagnostic techniques for evaluation of the symptomatic sub- Gregory C. Fanelli, MD scapularis lesions; 4) diagnosis and treatment of subcoracoid Robert G. Marx, MD impingement; 5) advantages of open treatment of subscapularis Daniel B. Whelan, MD lesions; 6) advantages of arthroscopic treatment of subscapu- At the completion of this course, the participant will be able laris lesions. to 1) understand the diagnostic methods for prompt recogni- tion and assessment of the multiple ligament injured knee, with Course 303: The Failed Cuff: A Case-Based Look at special attention to vascular screening, MRI findings, and stress Techniques to Improve Outcomes in Arthroscopic Revision radiography; 2) understand the indications for emergent, ur- Surgery gent, acute, and delayed surgical management of the multiple Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD – Coordinator ligament injured knee with special attention to ligament repair F. Alan Barber, MD versus reconstruction; 3) understand current anatomic surgical Felix H. Savoie, III, MD techniques for ACL, PCL, medial-side, and lateral-side injuries Anthony A. Romeo, MD in the multiple ligament injured knee. At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to 1) evaluate common reasons for failure of rotator cuff surgery; ***NEW*** Course 307: Saturday Morning Roundtable 2) patient selection for candidates for revision surgery; 3) surgi- “Ask the Experts” Interactive Session cal techniques, tips and pearls on how to revise failed rotator Knee ACL cuff surgery. Faculty: James H. Lubowitz, MD & Robert A. Pedowitz, MD, PhD18 www.aana.org
  19. 19. Course 308: AMECRA Sponsored ICL Course 403: Arthroscopic Reconstruction of Severely(This course will offer English to Spanish simulataneous translation) Damaged Rotator Cuff Tendon Using Allograft MatrixDecision-making in AC Joint Disease (with Live Video Demonstration)Hector Arredondo, MD – Coordinator Stephen J. Snyder, MD – CoordinatorAlan S. Curtis, MD Joseph P. Burns, MDKevin D. Plancher, MD Marc R. Labbe, MDJose Alberto Reyes, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) inden-At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to tify the cases of severe rotator cuff tendon tear that cannot be1) identify anatomical structures of the AC joint and ligamenta- fixed by traditional means and will require matrix augmentation;ry complex; 2) identify and apply current treatment protocols to 2) understand the options for choosing an augmentation matrixthe AC joint and subacromial area; 3) identify failed surgeries of material for the rotator cuff when needed; 3) perform the surgi-the AC joint and subacromial area to improve patient outcomes. cal augmentation or replacement of a non-repairable rotator cuff with a biologic matrix material using arthroscopic techniques. Course 404: PCL Reconstruction: Advanced Techniques, Saturday, April 27, 2013 Reliable Results 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Gregory C. Fanelli, MD – Coordinator Donald H. Johnson, MD Afternoon Session Jon K. Sekiya, MD James P. Stannard, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will be able toCourse 401: Management of Elbow Problems (Distal Biceps 1) understand the diagnostic evaluation methods of the posteriorTendon Rupture, Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis Scope cruciate ligament injured knee, the surgical anatomy, associatedvs. Open, Compressive Neuropathies, Capitellar OCD, Case pathology and complications that can occur in these areas; 2) un-Presentations) derstand the indications for surgical and non surgical treatment,Felix H. Savoie, III, MD – Coordinator surgical timing and graft selection in the treatment of posteriorMichael O’Brien, MD cruciate ligament injuries; 3) understand the arthroscopic trans-Kevin D. Plancher, MD tibial tunnel, tibial inlay and arthroscopic tibial inlay surgicalAnthony A. Romeo, MD techniques of posterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and theAt the completion of this course, the participant will be able to technical pearls that will help the surgeon maximize success in1) to incorporate basic elbow arthroscopy principles into their these complex surgical procedures.practice and more effectively and appropriately use elbow ar-throscopy in their practice; 2) understand the effectiveness of Course 405: Advanced Techniques for Endoscopicadvanced elbow arthroscopy techniques such as spur removal, Management of Peritrochanteric Hip Disordersradial head resection and lateral instability repair and incorpo- Srino Bharam MD – Coordinatorrate into their practice. Carlos A. Guanche, MD Hal D. Martin, DOCourse 402: Making the World a Better Place: Allston J. Stubbs, MDHumanism in Orthopaedic Practice At the completion of this course, the participant will be able toWilliam B. Stetson, MD – Coordinator 1) identify and evaluate patients with peritrochanteric hip pain;Scott E. Powell, MD 2) understand endoscopic peritrochanteric hip anatomy andPietro M. Tonino, MD portal placement; 3) apply advanced endoscopic techniques forKaye Wilkins, MD peritrochanteric hip disorders.At the completion of this course, the participant will be able to1) introduce key concepts of volunteerism and stimulate interest Course 406: Meniscus Issues in 2013: Preservation,to participate; 2) introduce opportunities for volunteerism both Scaffolds and Reconstructiondomestically and internationally; 3) emphasize a sustainable ap- Thomas R. Carter, MD – Coordinatorproach for volunteerism in one’s own orthopaedic practice do- Robert E. Hunter, MDmestically and internationally Peter R. Kurzweil, MD At the completion of this course, the participant will 1) discuss the treatment of meniscal tears; 2) be presented with methods to replace and regenerate meniscal tissue. Instructional Courses 407 & 408 Continued on page 20 19www.aana.org
  20. 20. fellows day Friday April 26, 2013 4:00-8:00 PM The AANA Fellows Day program has been developed for recent Fellowship graduates and current Fellows. The program has been designed to provide important information addressing the business of medicine and to help graduating fellow’s transition into their new practices. The course begins with didactic lectures and then informal small group break-out sessions to discuss and share ideas with recent fellowship graduates and faculty in different stages of their careers. The program continues with an orthopedic trivia contest where the fellows will be given an opportunity to compete head to head with Fellows from other programs. The last fellow standing, the “Fellow Extraordinaire” will receive the grand prize, free tuition to an AANA Masters Experience Course at the Orthopaedic Learning Center in Rosemont, IL. A “Texas Hill Country” Buffet Dinner will follow and will be attended by leaders in the field of arthroscopy and members of the Board of Directors of the Arthroscopy Association. The fellows will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and AANA leader- ship in a casual relaxed environment and we will then adjourn to the Presidential Suite for more conversation and after dinner drinks. You must be registered for the Annual Meeting in order to attend Fellows Day. Course Objectives Agenda 4:00 pm Welcome • To educate graduating Fellows on the challenges of starting Nicholas A. Sgaglione, MD - AANA President in Orthopedic Practice Mark H. Getelman, MD - Chairman, • Instruct Fellows on the basics of billing and coding Fellowship Committee • Instruct Fellows on EMR and detail the new Meaningful Use criteria 4:05 pm Marketing Tips to Jumpstart Your New Practice • Detail future orthopedic practice trends including ACO’s Scott E. Powell, MD & William Stetson, MD & “Obama”care • Explain the concept of value driven orthopaedic care 4:15 pm Billing and Coding: How Do I do it Right? • Outline marketing tips to help grow a new practice William R. Beach, MD 4:25 pm Meaningful Use and EMRL What does it Mean Instructional Courses 407 & 408 Louis F. McIntyre, MD Continued from page 19 4:35 pm Current Orthopaedic Practice Trends: ***NEW*** Course 407: Saturday Afternoon Roundtable What the Future May Hold “Ask the Experts” Interactive Session Mark H. Getelman, MD Knee Articular Cartilage Faculty: Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA and Donald H. Johnson, MD 4:45 pm Surviving the Transition from Volume to Value Richard “Chad” Mather, III, MD Course 408: The Subscapularis: Articular and Bursal Sided Approaches 4:55 pm Questions and Answers Stephen S. Burkhart, MD – Coordinator Paul C. Brady, MD 5:00 pm Breakout Sessions: Patrick J. Denard, MD 1. Building A Practice: Getting Patients in the door- Larry D. Field, MD Do’s and Don’ts At the completion of this course, the participant will be able 2. Experience of Recent Fellows in the Job Market to 1) understand the surgical anatomy of the subscapularis; 2) know how to mobilize a retracted subscapularis; 3) understand 5:30 pm Orthopaedic Trivia: “Orthopaedic Jeopardy” when and how to use single-row and double-row techniques; 4) know how to arthroscopically evaluate, mobilize and repair all 6:00 pm *Texas Hill Country Buffet Dinner (Fellows only) varieties of subscapularis tears; 5) understand the anatomy at risk in order to avoid complications. 7:30 pm *Adjourn to Presidential Suite for after dinner drinks *Fellows Day registered participants20 www.aana.org
  21. 21. Product workshops Friday, April 26 3:30 pm – 5:30 pmChoose from 9 industry sponsored workshops taking place on Friday, April 26th Industry workshops give you a unique, first-handopportunity to learn from expert faculty on the products or services. The following product workshops are not presented, endorsed,or otherwise sanctioned by the Arthroscopy Association of North America and NO CME CREDIT WILL BE AWARDED forparticipation. The views and techniques presented are not necessarily those of AANA or its members. AANA assumes no respon-sibility or liability for the use or misuse of any information, materials, or techniques described, and it makes not warranty, guaranteeor representation as to the absolute validity or sufficiency of any information provided.PW01 Arthrex, Inc. PW06 DJO GlobalAnatomy Conforming Solutions for Hip Arthroscopy Design Rational and Clinical Use of Reverse ShoulderMichael B. Gerhardt, MD, Benjamin Domb, MD, David J. King, ArthroplastyMD, Andrew B. Wolff, MD, John J. Christoferetti, MD Faculty TBDThis workshop will feature the latest innovations in Steerable This workshop will discuss, design rational – How does the Re-Instruments and Knotless Labral Repair. A model lab will be verse Total Shoulder work, surgical techniques and outcomes ofprovided. Reverse Shoulder Prothesis (RSP), RSP Monoblock, the latest addition to the RSP Family, Review of RSP cases, RSP and RSPPW02 ArthroCare Sports Medicine Monoblock sawbones lab.Knotless Acetabular Labral Repair: Minimizing Time in theCentral Compartment PW07 Mitek Sports MedicineOmer Mei-Dan, MD Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: Choosing a TechniquePresentation and hip model workshop addressing techniques to that Best Fits the Modern Surgical Climate for Insuringsimplify acetabular repairs and reduce time addressing patholo- Healing, Avoid Unnecessary Risk and Controlling Cost -gies in the central compartment. Featuring the SCOI Type Single Row Rotator Cuff Repair Mark J. Albritton, MD & Stephen J. Snyder, MDPW03 Biomet This interactive workshop will feature Arthroscopic RotatorAdvances in Soft Tissue Repair of the Shoulder Cuff Repair Case presentations including indications and surgi-David Schneider, MD & Jeffrey L. Hartzell, MD cal innovations from simple to complex repairs to include differ-This symposium will feature a discussion on advances in im- ent techniques as well as surgical tips and pearls.plant material design and function that limits bone removal andprovides multiple options for Rotator Cuff and Labral Repair PW08 Pivot Medicalprocedures as well as biceps tenodesis. New Surgical Approaches in Hip Preservation Bryan T. Kelly, MD, Hal D. Martin, DO, Jason C. Snibbe, MD,PW04 BREG, Inc. Shane J. Nho, MD, Thomas Ellis, MD, Asheesh Bedi, MDIn-House Orthotics and Bracing: Maximizing Patient Care, This workshop will discuss hip preservation and include aUnderstanding Ancillary Revenue, and Managing Medicare hands-on opportunity.ComplianceKelly Cunningham, MD PW09 StrykerThis workshop will discuss creating a Medicare compliant pro- Single Portal Arthroscopy using Parallel Portal Cannulagram – “How do you do this right”, create a process flow that Systemfacilitates continuity of care, creates a quality experience for the Daniel E. Cooper, MDpatient with service and products, implementation that delivers Introduction of Single Portal Arthroscopy (SPA) approach toprofit. perform knee meniscectomies and other simple arthroscopic knee procedures.PW05 ConMed LinvatecThe Next Generation of Suture Anchors - * Faculty is subject to change.Patient and Pathology Specific SolutionsJeffrey S. Abrams, MDThis workshop will feature a panel of experts. Following thediscussion, participants will have an opportunity to try the latestin suture anchors. 21www.aana.org

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