1. Comprehensive Reviewin Hand and Upper Extremity SurgeryPresented by the American Society for Surgery of the Hand July 13-15 2012 Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel Chicago, Illinois Program Chair: Michael W. Neumeister, MD Program Co-Chair: Ryan P. Calfee, MDFeaturing a special one-day course:General Orthopaedic ReviewJuly 12, 2012Course Director: Matthew L. Jimenez, MDCourse Co-Director: Marco Rizzo, MDCo-Sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)and the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH)
2. AAOS/ASSH General Orthopaedic Review July 12, 2012 OVERVIEW This one-day review course, brought to you by the AAOS and ASSH, prepares you for the general orthopaedic questions on the Subspecialty Certificate in Surgery of the Hand. Held just one day prior to the ASSH Comprehensive Review in Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery course, this is a convenient opportunity to review generally accepted principles of orthopaedics across the specialties and prepare to maintain your certification. Your skilled faculty of experienced clinicians will focus on what you need to know in all the other specialty areas of orthopaedics for the exam. In addition, multiple choice questions are presented throughout the course allowing for further discussion of the course topics. Participation in the AAOS/ASSH General Orthopaedic Review requires an additional registration fee. OBJECTIVES evelop a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental knowledge base D required for Maintenance of Certification harpen clinical decision-making using contemporary clinical, laboratory and S diagnostic imaging methods to manage pediatric and adult musculoskeletal disorders ompare and contrast current non-operative and operative treatment of a wide C spectrum of orthopaedic conditions including shoulder, lower extremity, spine andpediatrics ecognize the spectrum of surgical management of reconstructive and traumatic R musculoskeletal conditions and the indications and contraindications for each iscuss current orthopaedic literature concerning a wide array of common D musculoskeletal conditions in children and adults Review the standard of care for management of musculoskeletal conditions Please note: the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery does not provide content or material forthis educational program. CME CREDIT HOURS The ASSH designates this live activity, General Orthopaedic Review, for a maximum of 9.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. ACCREDITATION The ASSH is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.2
3. PROGRAM DIRECTORSMatthew L. Jimenez, MDMarco Rizzo, MDINVITED FACULTY *Andrew D. Bunta, MDJohn J. Grayhack, MDStephen Gryzlo, MDSteven L. Haddad, MDKim W. Hammerberg, MDRex Haydon, MDMustafa H. Khan, MDAndrea S. Kramer, MDDavid W. Manning, MDBradley R. Merk, MDRitesh Shah, MDPietro M. Tonino, MD COMMITTEE LIAISONNirmal C. Tejwani, MDDAAOS STAFFCynthia Tyska, CME Course ManagerAmber Schroeder, CME Course CoordinatorPhyllis McQueen, CME Course AssistantF or questions related to the content of theGeneralOrthopaedic Review Course, pleasecontactAmber Schroeder, AAOS CME CourseCoordinator at (800) 346-2267 ext. 4077 or viae-mail at Schroeder@aaos.org.Registration information is available on page 10.*Subject to change, visit www.assh.org for updates. 3
4. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2012 6:30 AM Registration Begins 6:30 AM 7:00 AM Continental Breakfast 7:00 AM 7:10 AM WELCOME AND ANNOUNCEMENTS LOWER EXTREMITIES Moderator: Matthew L. Jimenez, MD 7:10 AM 7:45 AM Foot and Ankle Trauma and Reconstruction 7:45 AM 8:25 AM Lower Extremity Trauma (Hip, Pelvis, Femur) 8:25 AM 8:45 AM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions 8:45 AM 9:05 AM Soft Tissue Injuries of the Knee 9:05 AM 9:25 AM Knee Reconstruction and Arthroplasty 9:25 AM 9:45 AM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions 9:45 AM 10:00 AM REFRESHMENT BREAK1 0:00 AM 10:20 AM Tibia Fractures Plateau, Shaft, Plafond1 0:20 AM 10:40 AM Hip Reconstruction and Arthroplasty1 0:40 AM 11:00 AM Polytrauma1 1:00 AM 11:25 AM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions SPINE Moderator: Matthew L. Jimenez, MD11:25 PM 12:05 PM Spine Trauma12:05 PM 12:20 PM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions12:20 PM 1:05 PMLUNCH PEDIATRICS Moderator: Marco Rizzo, MD 1:05 PM 1:25 PM Shoulder and Elbow 1:25 PM 2:00 PM Lower Extremity 2:00 PM 2:25 PM Spine Deformity and Trauma 2:25 PM 2:45 PM Neuromuscular Disorders 2:45 PM 3:15 PM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions 3:15 PM 3:30 PM REFRESHMENT BREAKSYSTEMIC DISORDERS Moderator: Marco Rizzo, MD 3:30 PM 4:05 PM Bone Metabolism/Osteoporosis 4:05 PM 4:25 PM Musculoskeletal Oncology 4:25 PM 4:45 PM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS QuestionsSHOULDER Moderator: Marco Rizzo, MD 4:45 PM 5:25 PM Shoulder Instability, Reconstruction, and Trauma 5:25 PM 5:40 PM Discussion/Audience Q&A/ARS Questions 5:40 PM Adjourn4 An Audience Response System (ARS) will be used during the course to facilitate audience participation by collecting responses to sample questions.
5. Comprehensive Reviewin Hand and Upper Extremity SurgeryPresented by the American Society for Surgery of the HandJuly 13 15, 2012Renaissance Chicago Downtown HotelChicago, IllinoisProgram Chair:Michael W. Neumeister, MDProgram Co-Chair:Ryan P. Calfee, MDOVERVIEWThe ASSH Comprehensive Review Course isdesigned as an advanced review course and updatefor practicing hand surgeons as well as Residentsand Fellows in training. The course will review thetopical concepts of anatomy, biomechanics andpathology as well as diagnostic and treatmentmethods relating to hand, wrist and elbow surgery.The faculty are recognized experts in hand surgeryand have been selected for their knowledge,expertise and contributions relating to the subjectmatter they present. 5 5
6. Comprehensive Reviewin Hand and Upper Extremity SurgeryPresented by the American Society for Surgery of the HandOBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, the participant will be able to: iscuss the topic concepts of anatomy, biomechanics and pathology relating to surgery of D the hand, wrist and elbow. rescribe and use generally accepted diagnostic techniques required to evaluate various P disease preventions. Describe treatment alternatives for acquired, traumatic, inflammatory, congenital, metabolic and neoplastic disorders of the hand, wrist and elbow.Please note: the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery does not provide content or materialfor this educational program.CME CREDIT HOURSThe ASSH designates this live activity, Comprehensive Review in Hand and Upper ExtremitySurgery, for a maximum of 22.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.ACCREDITATIONThe ASSH is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education toprovide continuing medical education for physicians.INVITED FACULTY*Brian D. Adams, MD James P. Higgins, MDMichael S. Bednar, MD Thomas B. Hughes, Jr., MDRandip R. Bindra, MD, FRCS David M. Kalainov, MDAllen T. Bishop, MD Amy L. Ladd, MDDavid J. Bozentka, MD Scott D. Lifchez, MDReuben A. Bueno, MD Marco Rizzo, MDKevin C. Chung, MD Jamie T. Shores, MDMark S. Cohen, MD Ann E. Van Heest, MDJeffery B. Friedrich, MD Jennifer Moriatis Wolf, MDWarren C. Hammert, MD Dan A. Zlotolow, MDEXHIBITING COMPANIES*A.M. Surgical, Inc. OsteoMed, L.P.AREX USA, LLC Skeletal Dynamics, LLCBuxton BioMedical Inc. TriMed, Inc.Medartis, Inc.66 *Subject to change,