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Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Arthroscopic Surgery (ETO)

  1. 1. RE TE SE VE G M IS BE 00 P SA TE R R PRESENTED BY BY 14 2ND ANNUAL $2 ! AND Join us for this comprehensive update on the latest techniques in treating knee, shoulder, and hip injuries. Earn Conference Chair 30 CME BELLAGIO, LAS VEGAS Credits KEVIN D. PLANCHER, MD DECEMBER 6-8, 2012 Albert Einstein College of Medicine Plancher Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Foundation for Active Lifestyles Honored Professors John Bergfeld, MD Director of the Operating Room and Senior Surgeon Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Center James Esch, MD Assistant Clinical Professor Department of Orthopaedics University of California, San Diego School of Medicine International Honored Professor Gilles Walch, MD Department of Shoulder Surgery Centre Orthopédique Santy, Hôpital Privé Jean Mermoz Lyon, France Rates starting at just $109 a night! Distinguished Lecturer Yes, at the Bellagio! Steve Arnoczky, DVM Wade O. Brinker Professor of Veterinary Surgery Director, Laboratory for Comparative Orthopaedic Research Michigan State UniversityNEW FOR 2012 Adolescent and Pediatric ACL Controversies Knee Program Chair MARK MILLER, MD MRI Clinical Correlation University of Virginia Shoulder Program Chair Arthroscopic Non–Anchor Rotator Cuff Repair CLAUDE T. MOORMAN III, MD Duke University Latest Techniques in Hip Arthroscopy Hip Program Chair Coding and Practice Management Update MARC PHILIPPON, MD The Steadman Clinic Procedure–Specific Cadaver Labs Practice Management Chair JACK M. BERT, MDSponsored by: University of Minnesota School of Medicine Vice Chair/Lab Director JOSEPH M. BELLAPIANTA, MD Orthopaedic Foundation for Active LifestylesFor more information go to: www.ETO-CME.qhc.com Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter
  2. 2. 2ND ANNUAL Dear Colleague, On behalf of the entire faculty, and our sponsors, it is our pleasure to invite your participation at the Second Annual Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Arthroscopic Surgery Meeting (ETO), taking place December 6-8, 2012, at the Bellagio, Las Vegas. This 2.5 day educational event will provide a comprehensive Rates starting at just $109 a night! Yes – at Bellagio! update of the latest techniques in treating knee, shoulder, and hip injuries, as well as important updates in proper coding for your practice. Accommodations T The program offers an outstanding opportunity to earn ake advantage of rock-bottom room rates of just $109* a 30 CME credits before year’s end. night Wednesday and Thursday, and $149* a night Friday For this year’s program, we have introduced many new and Saturday, at the magnificent Bellagio, Las Vegas for features, including: participants of the Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics, Sports • Adolescent and pediatric ACL controversies Medicine & Arthroscopic Surgery Meeting. • MRI clinical correlation To make your reservation, call the Bellagio reservation • Arthroscopic non–anchor rotator cuff repair department at (888) 987-6667, and mention the Emerging • Latest techniques in hip arthroscopy Techniques in Orthopedics meeting. • Diagnosing shoulder pathology with ultrasound The discount rate expires November 2, but we urge you to • Coding and practice management update make your reservation as soon as possible as our room block will • Procedure–specific cadaver labs sell out before that date. Our venue, the Bellagio, Las Vegas, will provide a comfortable setting by day and fabulous dining and About the Bellagio, Las Vegas entertainment options at the conclusion of each day’s session—with incredible room rates starting at just $109 a After information-packed days in the general session room, night! you’ll be ready to relax and enjoy unparalleled dining, attractions, and entertainment at the magnificent Bellagio in Las Vegas. Savor We hope you can join us this December at the Bellagio in extraordinary culinary pleasures at any one of Bellagio’s fine Las Vegas. restaurants, take in the signature Fountains of Bellagio, admire the Sincerely, Conservatory and Botanical Gardens–beautifully embellished for Kevin D. Plancher, MD Claude T. Moorman III, MD the holiday season–or view artistic treasures at the Monet Exhibit Mark Miller, MD Jack M. Bert, MD in Bellagio’s Gallery of Fine Art. Marc Philippon, MD Joseph Bellapianta, MD ETO participants get 10% discount at the Michael Mina (located at Bellagio) and Emeril Lagasse restaurants! WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics: Sports Medicine and *Plus $15 a night resort fee entitling you to: access to the Spa at Bellagio Fitness Arthroscopic Surgery is designed for orthopedic surgeons, sports Center, airline boarding pass printing at the Bellagio business center, local and toll- medicine physicians, orthopedic residents, and subspecialty fellows. free calling, and in-room Internet access. Allied health professionals, including PAs, NPs, physical therapists, and athletic trainers, and residents and fellows (with a letter from your Chair) are welcome at reduced rates. ACCREDITATION The Christ Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Christ Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximum of 30 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. FACULTY DISCLOSURE In accordance with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Essential Areas and Policies, information about the relationships of presenters with commercial interests (if any) will be included in materials distributed at the conference.www.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  3. 3. CONFERENCE CHAIR VICE CHAIR/LAB DIRECTOR HONORED PROFESSORS Kevin D. Plancher, MD Joseph Bellapianta, MD John Bergfeld, MD Associate Clinical Professor Plancher Orthopaedics Director of the Operating Room and Senior Surgeon Albert Einstein College & Sports Medicine Cleveland Clinic Sports Health Center of Medicine Medical Advisory Consultant Surgeon Fellowship Director Committee Member Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers Plancher Orthopaedics Orthopaedics Foundation & Sports Medicine for Active Lifestyles James Esch, MD Chairman, Board of Directors Assistant Clinical Professor Orthopaedics Foundation Department of Orthopaedics for Active Lifestyles SHOULDER PROGRAM University of California, San Diego School of Medicine CHAIR Claude T. Moorman III, MD KNEE PROGRAM CHAIR Professor and Vice Chair INTERNATIONAL HONORED PROFESSOR Mark Miller, MD Department of S. Ward Casscells Professor Orthopedic Surgery Gilles Walch, MD Director Sports Medicine Department of Shoulder Surgery of Orthopaedic Surgery Head Team Physician Orthopédique Santy, Hospital Privé Jean Mermoz Department of Orthopaedics Duke Athletics Lyon, France University of Virginia Duke University HIP PROGRAM CHAIR DISTINGUISHED LECTURER Marc Philippon, MD PRACTICE MANAGEMENT Steve Arnoczky, DVM Managing Partner CHAIR Wade O. Brinker Professor of Veterinary Surgery The Steadman Clinic Jack M. Bert, MD Director, Laboratory for Comparative Orthopaedic Sports Medicine/Hip Disorders, University of Minnesota Research Hip Arthroscopy Specialist Medical School Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, College of Human National Hockey League Players Adjunct Clinical Professor at Medicine Association Orthopaedic the University of Minnesota Professor of Surgery, College of Osteopathic Medicine Surgeon School of Medicine Michigan State University FACULTY (Subject to change. Check web site www.ETO-CME.qhc.com for updates.)KNEE LYLE J. MICHELI, MD LARRY FIELD, MD HIPCHRISTOPHER S. AHMAD, MD MARK MILLER, MD LEESA GALATZ, MD J.W. THOMAS BYRD, MDALLEN F. ANDERSON, MD CARL W. NISSEN, MD RICHARD HAWKINS, MD BENJAMIN DOMB, MDSTEVEN P. ARNOCZKY, DVM GEORGE A. PALETTA JR, MD LAURENCE HIGGINS, MD VICTOR ILIZALITURRI JR, MDJOHN BERGFELD, MD ANIL RANAWAT, MD PETER MCCANN, MD BRYAN T. KELLY, MDJACK BERT, MD JOHN RICHMOND, MD ERIC MCCARTY, MD MARC PHILIPPON, MDKEVIN BONNER, MD NICHOLAS SCAGLIONE, MD SHARON MCQUILLAN, MD MARC SAFRAN, MDSTEVEN B. COHEN, MD C. THOMAS VANGSNESS JR, MD ANTHONY MINIACI, MD THOMAS SAMPSON, MDFRANK A. CORDASCO, MD RUSSELL WARREN, MD NICHOLAS G.H. MOHTADI, MDDIANE L. DAHM, MD JOHN XEROGEANES, MD CLAUDE T. MOORMAN III, MD PRACTICE MANAGEMENTTHOMAS DEBERARDINO, MD PEDRO PIZA, MD WILLIAM BEACH, MDGREGORY S. DIFELICE, MD SHOULDER ANTHONY ROMEO, MD JOSEPH BELLAPIANTA, MDCHRISTIAN FINK, MD JEFFREY ABRAMS, MD FELIX SAVOIE III, MD JACK M. BERT, MDPETER A. INDELICATO, MD ROBERT BELL, MD MARC SCHNEIDER, MD LOUIS MCINTYRE, MDDARREN JOHNSON, MD DON BUFORD, MD WILLIAM STETSON, MD BRUCE MILLER, MDMICHAEL KAPLAN, MD ROBERT BURKS, MD JOSEPH TAURO, MD ERIC SEEBER, MS, OPAC, ATCJASON KOH, MD BRIAN COLE, MD DEAN TAYLOR, MDPETER R. KURZWEIL, MD EDWARD V. CRAIG, MD SCOTT TRENHAILE, MD MRI UPDATEROBERT LAPRADE, MD ALAN S. CURTIS, MD GRAHAM TYTHERLEIGH-STRONG, FRCS RUSTY FRITZ, MDJAMES H. LUBOWITZ, MD JAMES ESCH, MD GILLES WALCH, MD www.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  4. 4. AGENDA Subject to change. Check website www.ETO-CME.qhc.com for updates.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2012 4:50 PM New Emerging Techniques: Opening Wedge High Tibial OsteotomyKNEE PROGRAM Using the iBalance Implant – It’s Simple and Allows Early Weight Bearing!5:30-6:20 AM Breakfast 5:00 PM A Simple Reproducible Technique for Posterolateral Corner Reconstruction6:25 AM Introduction 5:10 PM Mini Debate: Medial Collateral Ligament Reconstruction: When and6:30 AM Debate: Physeal Sparing Vs. Transphyseal Reconstruction of the ACL How I Do It Skeletally Immature Athlete 5:25 PM Why Perform a Unicondylar Knee Arthroplasty: Making a Leap From6:55 AM Debate: All-Epiphyseal, All-Inside ACL Reconstruction Using Hamstring Arthroscopy to Arthroplasty! Autograft in Skeletally Immature Children 5:35 PM Panel Discussion: What I do With a 45-Year-Old Tennis Player With7:20 AM Treatment of Partial Tears of the ACL in Adolescents and Children: An Bone on Bone Pain, Previous Menisectomy, No Instability! Algorithm 6:00 PM Wrap–Up/Q & A7:30 AM Management of Complications of ACL Injuries in the Skeletally Immature Patient: How I Fix Them – Case Based – 5 Examples 6:10 PM Knee Program Adjourns7:40 AM Panel Discussion: Making Sense of Timing and the Right ACL 7:30-9:00 PM Chairman’s Reception – Meet the Faculty Procedure for Children With Open Growth Plates8:10 AM Tips and Tricks for Arthroscopic Tibial Eminence Fractures: Update 2012 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 20128:20 AM Advanced MRI Imaging for the Adolescent ACL Knee: 5 Tips to SHOULDER PROGRAM PART I Recognizing the Injury and the Posterolateral Compartment 5:30-6:20 AM Breakfast8:30 AM Mini Debate: Bracing as an Alternative to Surgery in Adolescent ACL Injuries 6:25 AM Welcome and Introduction8:45 AM Q&A 6:30 AM Debate: Open Stabilization in the Adolescent and Young Male Is the Only8:55 AM Debate: Anatomic ACL Reconstruction (Double Bundle), It’s Not Hype Way to Go9:15 AM Choosing a Proper Tunnel Location in ACL Surgery: Anteromedial? 6:50 AM Arthroscopic Anterior Stabilization With Improved Outcomes: Flexible Reamers? Tips and Tricks9:25 AM Allografts ACL Reconstruction: Picking the Right Patient to Predict a 7:00 AM Debate: Back to the Future, Open Repair for Adults With Anterior Successful Outcome Instability – It’s a Guarantee!9:35 AM Debate: Reconstruction of the ACL With Hamstrings Is the Way to Go! 7:25 AM Debate: Open Vs. Arthroscopic Anterior Stabilization in Contact Athletes9:55 AM Break 7:45 AM Posterior Subluxation: Diagnosis, Tips and Tricks for a 19-Year-Old10:25 AM Panel Discussion: New Techniques in ACL Surgery, Why It Works for Me Lineman – When to Intervene to Yield a Successful Result10:45 AM Anatomic Revision ACL Reconstruction Made Easy: 5 Tips and Tricks 7:55 AM Debate: How We Treat Multidirectional Instability in a 28-Year-Old10:55 AM 50-Year-Old Male with an ACL Injury After Skiing: To Operate or Not to Swimmer Operate, Decision Making and Treatment Algorithm 8:15 AM MRI: Clinical Correlation of Instability Issues11:05 AM Accelerated Rehabilitation for ACL Reconstruction, Revisited: 8:25 AM Rotator Interval: Misconceptions and Controversies: What Is It really? New Devices – E-Stim, Ice, Neurofeedback, and more. Is it Hype? 8:35 AM Tips and Tricks to Quantify and Treat Large Hill Sachs Lesions:11:15 AM Q&A Remplissage Step by Step, When and How!11:25 AM Medial Meniscus Debridement with a Positive MRI and Symptoms with 8:45 AM Q&A a Narrowing of the Joint: What to Do? Managing Expectations! 8:55 AM When Is the Glenoid Rim Deficient? Identification for a Successful11:35 AM Mini Debate: Arthroscopic Meniscus Repair, All-Inside Outcome With Instability, Tips and Tricks11:50 AM Clinical Correlation of the MRI for Accurately Reading Meniscus Pathology 9:05 AM Honored International Professor Lecture: Gilles Walch, MD11:55 AM Complications in ACL and Meniscus Surgery: Achieving Successful How I Do My Latarjet: Tips and Tricks to Avoid Loss of Motion, Outcomes – 5 Cases: Tips and Tricks Don’t Be Afraid!12:05 PM Honored Professor Lecture: John Bergfeld, MD 9:35 AM International Debate: Arthroscopic Latarjet Can Be Done Safely 40 Years of ACL Reconstructive Surgery: Lessons Learned 9:55 AM Debate: Arthroscopic Revision Anterior Instability Surgery in a 28-Year-12:25 PM Luncheon Symposium (Non-CME) Old: I Do It Arthroscopically Advancements in Knee Surgery 10:20 AM Break/Exhibits Sponsored by: Arthrex 10:50 AM Decision Making in Instability: Probability of Outcomes - Has It Changed?1:25 PM Dessert/Exhibits 11:00 AM SLAP Tears: New Generation of Anchors – Picking the Right Patient for1:45 PM Debate: PCL Reconstruction: What’s the Best Way? a Successful Outcome2:10 PM Complications of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery – How to 11:10 AM Honored Professor Lecture: James Esch, MD Salvage! 40 Years of Shoulder Arthroscopy: Do I Know What I am Doing?2:20 PM Arthroscopic Cartilage Procedures: Allograft or Autograft, How to 11:30 AM MRI: Understanding Rotator Cuff Pathology Achieve Great Results! New Products 11:40 AM Rotator Cuff Tears and Their Footprints: Pearls, Partials, and Patterns2:30 PM Clinical Correlation Utilizing the MRI for Cartilage Analysis: Predicting Outcomes Successfully with New Modalities! 11:50 AM Partial Subscapularis Tears – When to Ignore, When Not: Decision Making2:40 PM Debate: Treatment of a 55-Year-Old with Bone Marrow Edema: 12:00 PM Subscapularis Tears: They See You – Repair Made Easy, Step by Step! Subchondroplasty – A Novel Surgical Treatment for Knee OA Pain 12:10 PM Surgical Approaches to an Articular Partial Thickness Rotator Cuff Tear:3:05 PM Q&A My Way3:15 PM Understanding Patellofemoral Pain: An Algorithm for Treatment in a 12:20 PM Surgical Approaches to the Bursal Partial Thickness Cuff Tear 27-Year-Old Female 12:30 PM Luncheon Symposium (Non-CME)3:25 PM Patellofemoral Arthritis: Picking the Right Patient? Who Develops OA? Advancements in Hip Arthroscopy Sponsored by: Pivot Medical3:35 PM Distal Patella Realignment: I Still Do It and How I Pick the Right Patient! 1:30 PM Dessert/Break3:45 PM MPFL Reconstruction: Tips and Tricks for a Successful Outcome 1:50 PM International Debate: Suprascapular Nerve Release Is Essential3:55 PM New Emerging Techniques: Minimal Invasive MPFL Reconstruction in Massive Rotator Cuff Tear Repairs Using Quadriceps Tendon: A European Experience 2:10 PM How to Repair a Retracted Rotator Cuff Tear: Tips and Tricks4:05 PM Break 2:20 PM Failed Rotator Cuff Surgery: How I Perform the Revision: 5 Tips and4:25 PM Debate: Opening Vs. Closing Wedge Osteotomy in a 37-Year-Old Athlete Tricks 2:30 PM You’re All Wrong! The Rotator Cuff Can Be Treated Nonoperativelywww.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  5. 5. 2:40 PM Panel Discussion: Case Based: Tying It All Together for Rotator Cuffs 11:15 AM Panel Discussion: Common Office and Surgical Coding Scenarios2:50 PM Soft Tissue Grafts: Rotator Cuff Patch Pro – Is This the Answer for 11:30 AM Invited Industry Lecture: Durable Medical Equipment: Massive Tears? Any Science? Does Stocking and Billing Make Sense?3:00 PM Distinguished Lecture: Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM 11:45 AM Practice Management: Contracting Issues: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Connective Tissue Scaffolds: What Clinicians Need to Know 11:55 AM Private Practice Vs. Hospital Employment: What You Need to Know!3:15 PM Panel Discussion: The Painful Biceps, 4 Ways to Fix: Which Is Best? 12:05 PM Shoulder / Emerging Techniques / Practice Management Part I3:40 PM New Emerging Techniques: Arthroscopy and Treatment of the Programs Adjourn Sterno-clavicular Joint 12:30 PM Buses Depart for Optional Lab Programs3:50 PM Break 1:00 PM Lab Programs Begin4:20 PM Arthroscopic Decompression: Are We Doing Less, Does it Make a Difference? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 20124:30 PM Arthroscopic AC Reconstruction: A Safe Technique With Allograft (Concurrent Session with Shoulder Part II4:40 PM Treatment of Isolated Infraspinatus Atrophy in Throwers and Practice Management Part I)4:50 PM Treatment Options for the 38-Year-Old Male With Degenerative HIP PROGRAM Arthritis: How I Get Him Back to Sports 5:50 AM Breakfast5:00 PM Update on Shoulder Chondrolysis: 2012 The Relationship between 6:50 AM Introduction – Mark Philippon, MD Orthopaedic Surgeons and Attorneys, An Unlikely Couple 6:55 AM Hip Arthroscopy: Patient Positioning, Portals, and Relevant Surface5:10 PM Complications in Shoulder Surgery: My Five Top Problems Anatomy - Advanced Thoughts With Solutions 7:08 AM Treatment of Traumatic Chondral Injuries and FAI Related Chondral5:25 PM Question & Answer Labral Dysfunction 5:35 PM Patient Demonstration: Utilization of Ultrasound for an Office 7:21 AM Microinstability of the Hip and Athlete’s Disease Shoulder Practice: Who Needs the MRI? 7:34 AM Rim Trimming and Labral Refixation: Why I Do It, How I Do It: Tips and6:10 PM Shoulder Program Part 1 Adjourns Tricks 7:47 AM Femoral Osteoplasty: How and When I Perform It, Tips and Tricks, andSATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2012 Picking the Right Patient(Concurrent Session with Hip Program) 8:00 AM Improved Arthroscopic Visualization of the Peripheral CompartmentSHOULDER PROGRAM PART II AND EMERGING TECHNIQUES 8:13 AM Advances in Hip Arthroscopy: 10 Tips to Obtain Success5:30-6:25 AM Breakfast 8:26 AM The Dysplastic Labral Tear, Concomitant Arthroscopic Repair, and6:25 AM Welcome and Introduction – Claude T. Moorman III, MD Periacetabular Osteotomy6:30 AM Minimal Incision Total Shoulder Replacement: Strategies for Success 8:39 AM Labral Reconstruction: When to Do It, How to Do It, Step by Step –6:40 AM Debate: Hemiarthroplasty: Does It Still Have a Role for Proximal Can You Do It Too? Humerus Fractures? 8:52 AM Clinical Correlation With MRI: Basics to Advanced, Part I7:00 AM Avoiding Loosening of the Glenoid: Total Shoulder Replacement With 9:10 AM Break Reproducible Long Term Results 9:40 AM Endoscopic Treatment of Iliopsoas Pathology: Rationale for Treatment7:10 AM International Honored Professor Lecture: Gilles Walch, MD Arthroscopically Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement Made Easy: A 20 Year 9:53 AM Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome: Easy to Identify, Easy to Treat Analysis, Tips and Tricks 10:06 AM Postoperative Care for Successful Hip Arthroscopy: 10 Successful Tips7:25 AM Converting a Failed Total Shoulder to a Reverse: Thought Process with Tips and Tricks 10:19 AM How I Stay Out of Trouble With Hip Arthroscopy7:35 AM Debate: New Devices in Shoulder Arthritis: Are They Working? 10:34 AM Clinical Correlation With MRI: Basics to Advanced Part II8:00 AM MRI: We Can Use It to Look at Failed Shoulder Prosthesis – 10:52 AM Debate: Is It the Labrum to Repair or the Bone That’s the Problem? New Imaging Modalities 11:17 AM Mini Debate: All Capsules Should Be Repaired?8:10 AM Q&A 11:31 AM Mini Debate: Hip Arthritis: FAI – Arthroscopy Can Prevent It!8:20 AM New Emerging Techniques: Arthroscopic Transosseous Repair: 11:46 AM 5 Complications I Have Seen: Stay Calm, There Are Solutions Rotator Cuff Without Anchors – Back to the Future 11:56 AM Panel Discussion With Q & A: Returning to the Beginning: How Do I8:30 AM Debate: Utilization of Toradol and Other Injectables: Are They Start My Hip Arthroscopy Practice: 6 Tips a Good Thing? 12:10 PM Hip Program Adjournment8:45 AM Glucosamine, SAM-e, Vitamin D, Fish Oil: What’s the Hype? 12:30 PM Buses Leave for Optional Lab Program8:55 AM Conflicts I Have Had as a Team Physician: How to Stay Ethical 1:00 PM Saturday Cadaver Lab Programs Begin9:05 AM Evidence Based Medicine: Will It Help You? Will It Help Patients? Is it a Fad? Why it’s Here to Stay PRACTICE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PART II9:15 AM Break 1:00 PM Introduction – Jack Bert, MD9:45 AM Distinguished Lecture: Steven P. Arnoczky, DVM 1:05 PM My Experience Being Hospital Employed Vs. Private Practice PRP as an Augmentation for Connective Tissue Repair: Why the Disconnect Between Basic Science Premise and Clinical Reality? 1:20 PM Understanding the Literature: Separating Facts from Fiction – a Statistic Primer10:05 AM New Emerging Techniques: Regenerate Your Knee With Autologous Adult Stem Cells: Reality or a Dream? 1:50 PM How Do We Buy Into the Practice and Purchasing Ancillary Services: Are They Worth It?10:15 AM Successful Stem Cell Transplantation/Augmentation in Knee Surgery: Update 2012 2:10 PM Understanding the Importance of Coding: It Can Make or Break You!10:25 AM Back to the Future Again: Primary ACL Repair: Still a Viable Option 2:40 PM Introduction to Ultrasound in the Office Part 2: How I Use It to Diagnose10:35 AM DVT Prophylaxis in Arthroscopic Surgery: Why We Need to Be More Careful. Is It a Legal Issue? 3:00 PM Case Examples / Round Table Discussion / Bring Your Questions – 10 Coding ErrorsPRACTICE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PART I 4:00 PM Practice Management Program Adjourns / ETO 2012 Didactic Sessions Adjourn10:45 AM New Coding Regulations: What’s Crucial? Government Audits: Should We Be Afraid? Dealing With Insurance Denials www.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  6. 6. PROCEDURE–SPECIFIC CADAVER LABSKNEE – SHOULDER – HIP – ELBOW• Space limited – Advance Registration Required – First Come/First Served• ETO Cadaver Labs Registration is Open to ETO Registrants OnlyWednesday, December 5, 2012 (Pre-Conference) LAB F: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Procedures:LAB A: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2012, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM • Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff RepairProcedures: • Anterior Instability• Arthroscopic PASTA Repair • Posterior Instability• Arthroscopic Labral Repair Led by: Jeffrey Abrams, MD, and Don Buford, Jr, MDLed by: Robert Bell, MD Location: Oquendo Center (Round-trip transportation and lunchLocation: Mobile Lab at Bellagio provided)Supported by: Supported by:LAB B: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2012, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM LAB G: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMProcedures: Procedures:• Arthroscopic PASTA Repair • Open/Arthroscopic Latarjet• Arthroscopic Labral Repair • Biceps Tendon Repair/TenodesisLed by: Robert Bell, MD • Instability RepairLocation: Mobile Lab at Bellagio • Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Led by: Laurence Higgins, MD, and Felix Savoie III, MDSupported by: Location: MERIN Institute (Round-trip transportation and lunch provided)Friday, December 7, 2012 Supported by:LAB C: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 6:30 PM – 7:45 PMProcedures:• Endoscopic Cubital Tunnel Release LAB H: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMLed by: Tyson Cobb, MD Procedures:Location: Bellagio Hotel • Hip Arthroscopy with Rim Trimming and Labral Repair • Arthroscopic Femoral Hip OsteoplastySupported by: • Arthroscopic Treatment for FAI Led by: J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, Victor Ilizaliturri Jr, MD,Saturday, December 8, 2012 and Marc Philippon, MD Location: MedCure (Round-trip transportation andPlease Note:• All Saturday Labs Run Concurrently – Select one lunch provided)• Lunch and round-trip transportation from Bellagio to off-site lab facilities are included in fee for Saturday’s Labs. Supported by:LAB D: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM LAB I: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMProcedures: Procedures:• All Inside ACL Reconstruction • Aequalis Ascend® Total Shoulder System• Arthroscopic Inlay PCL Reconstruction • Aequalis Reversed® IILed by: Thomas Deberadino, MD, and James Lubowitz, MD Led by: Gilles Walch, MDLocation: TBD Location: Oquendo Center (Round-trip transportation and lunch provided)Supported by: Supported by:LAB E: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PMProcedures:• Knotless Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair• Knotless Arthroscopic Labral RepairLed by: Robert Bell, MDLocation: Mobile Lab at Bellagio *Transportation from Saturday’s offsite facilities back to the BellagioSupported by: will also stop at the Las Vegas Airport.www.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  7. 7. 2ND ANNUAL REGISTRATION FORM Course Registration Fee (NOT including Cadaver Labs) Your registration fee includes all educational sessions and course5 Ways to Register materials, plus breakfast each morning, lunch on Thursday and Friday afternoons, and the Chairman’s Reception on Thursday evening.Online: www.ETO-CME.qhc.comFax: 502-589-3602 Check appropriate Until Sept. 15 – After OctoberTel: 502-574-9023 box below Type September 14 Oct. 26 27Mail: Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics Physicians $850 $950 $1,050 Quadrant HealthCom, Inc. c/o 455 S. Fourth Street, Suite 650 Residents/Fellows $750 $850 $950 Louisville, KY, 40202 Allied Health Clinicians $595 $695 $795 Attn: Kim Kirchner Athletic TrainersEmail: kkirchner@hqtrs.com Physical TherapistsInquiries: Kim Kirchner Non-exhibiting Medical $4,950 $5,500 $7,500 Device/Pharmaceutical/Tel: 502-574-9023 Consulting CompaniesGeneral Information: (Please Print Clearly) Cadaver Lab Registration Fee (See Lab descriptions and locations on opposite page)FIRST NAME Please Note: Labs are Only Open to ETO Registrants. Advance Registration Required – Space is Limited – First Come/First ServedLAST NAME Check appropriate Until After Supported boxes below Lab Sept. 14 Sept. 14 Date/Time By:DEGREE: ☐ MD ☐ DO ☐ RESIDENT ☐ FELLOW ☐ NP ☐ PA A $395 $495 Wed., Dec. 5 Arthrocare 2 pm to 4 pm ☐ ATHLETIC TRAINER/PHYSICAL THERAPIST ☐ OTHER B $395 $495 Wed., Dec. 5 Arthrocare 4 pm to 6 pmAFFILIATION C $95 $145 Fri., Dec. 7 Integra 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm Concurrent Labs: Select Only One From BelowSTREET ADDRESS (IS THIS YOUR: ☐ HOME ☐ OFFICE) D* $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 Arthrex 1 pm to 4 pmCITY/STATE/ZIP/COUNTRY E $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 Arthrocare 1 pm to 4 pm F* $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 ConmedE-MAIL ADDRESS 1 pm to 4 pm Linvatec G* $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 Depuy MitekPHONE/FAX 1 pm to 4 pm H* $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 Smith &Profile: 1 pm to 4 pm Nephew1. Number of years in practice: I* $395 $495 Sat., Dec. 8 Tornier 1 pm to 4 pm ☐ Still in training ☐ 1 to 5 ☐ 6 to 10 ☐ 11 to 15 ☐ 16 to 20 ☐ 21 to 25 ☐ More than 25 *These labs will be held at nearby offsite bio-skills facilities. Round-trip transportation and box lunch are included.2. Which best describes your specialty? ☐ General Sports Medicine ☐ Foot & Ankle Shoulder Labs: Please Indicate Preferred Position: ☐ Hand, Wrist, & Elbow ☐ Hip ☐ Knee/Shoulder ☐ Beach Chair ☐ Lateral Decubitus ☐ Either is ok ☐ Other Hip Lab: Please Indicate Preferred Position3. Type of practice: ☐ Supine ☐ Lateral Decubitus ☐ Either is ok ☐ Solo ☐ Partnership (2 Physicians) ☐ Group (3 or more Physicians) ☐ Hospital Total Registration Fee ☐ Government/Military Course Registration Fee + Total Cadaver Lab Fees (if any) $ Payment Information ☐ Other4. On Saturday, December 8th, which concurrent session do you plan to Total from above: $ attend? ☐ Shoulder Part II / Practice Management Part I ☐ Hip Program ☐ Credit card ☐ Amex ☐ MC ☐ Visa ☐ Check Enclosed (Payable to Quadrant HealthCom, Inc./2012 ETO) CARD NUMBER EXP. DATECancellation Policy: Emerging Techniques in Orthopedics will offer a full refund lessa $50 administrative fee as follows: requests for refunds must be made in writingpostmarked, emailed, or faxed prior to November 2, 2012. After November 2, 2012no refunds will be granted. Substitutions are welcomed in lieu of cancellations. CARDHOLDER SIGNATURE AMOUNTRefunds will not be issued to no-shows. www.ETO-CME.qhc.com
  8. 8. REGISTER BY SEPTEMBER 142ND ANNUAL SAVE $200! DECEMBER 6-8, 2012 I BELLAGIO, LAS VEGAS The American Journal of Orthopedics Rates starting at C Conference Chair 7 Century Drive, Suite 302just $109 a night! KEVIN D. PLANCHER, MD Parsippany, NJ 07054 H Honored Professors JOHN BERGFELD, MD JAMES ESCH, MD International Honored Professor GILLES WALCH, MD Distinguished Lecturer STEVE ARNOCZKY, DVM Knee Program Chair MARK MILLER, MD Shoulder Program Chair CLAUDE T. MOORMAN III, MD Hip Program Chair MARC PHILIPPON, MD Practice Management Chair JACK M. BERT, MDEarn up to Vice Chair/Lab Director 30 CME JOSEPH BELLAPIANTA, MD Credits www.ETO-CME.qhc.comPRESENTED BY 2ND ANNUAL DECEMBER 6-8, 2012 I BELLAGIO, LAS VEGAS Earn Join us for this comprehensive 30 CME update on the latest techniques in Credits treating knee, shoulder, and hip injuries NEW FOR 2012 Adolescent and Pediatric ACL Controversies MRI Clinical Correlation Arthroscopic Non–Anchor Rotator Cuff Repair Latest Techniques in Hip Arthroscopy Coding and Practice Management Update Procedure–Specific Cadaver Labswww.ETO-CME.qhc.com

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