Program at a Glance

  • 6:45 am8:15 am
  • Instructional Courses
  • 7:30 am12:30 pm
  • Exhibits
  • 8:30 am10:50 am
  • MORNING GENERAL SESSION: SHOULDER INSTABILITY
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • SHOULDER INSTABILITY
    Shoulder Instability Bone Loss
    Point/Counterpoint: Treatment of Instability in Athletes (Open Bankart)
     Point/Counterpoint: Treatment of Instability in Athletes (Latarjet)
     Live Surgical Demonstration: Open Bankart
     Shoulder Instability Soft Tissue
    Presidential Address
  • 10:50 am11:30 am
  • Break
  • 11:30 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION A: HIP I FEMORACETABULAR IMPINGEMENT
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • Live Surgical Demonstration: Femoroacetabular Impingement
  • 11:30 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION B: SLAP/BICEPS/POSTERIOR INSTABILITY/MDI
    Floridian Ballroom J-L
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  •  SLAP Lesions in Throwing Athletes
    Biceps Concepts 2015: Throwers and Non-Throwers
    Posterior Instability: Bone Retroversion and Graft
    Posterior Instability: Soft Tissue Only
    MDI – How Classification and Diagnoses Help Treatment and Return to Sport
    Open and Arthroscopic Surgery – When to Do It and How to Return to Sport
  • 11:30 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION C: EDUCATION TRENDS IN SPORTS MEDICINE
    Citrus/Collier/Columbia
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  •  ACGME Changes in Fellowship Requirements: Are They Improving or Impeding Education? Stand-alone/Non-university Affiliated Fellowship/University-based Programs
  • 1:30 pm3:35 pm
  • AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION: MENISCUS/CARTILAGE
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • MENISCUS
    Live Surgical Demonstration: Root Repair
    Rapid Fire Case Presentation: Meniscus Treatment
    CARTILAGE
    Live Surgical Demonstration: Large OCD; Osteoarticular Transfer System and Allograft
    Update: Stem Cells and PRP for Cartilage
    Panel Discussion: What Do You Use and Why for Cartilage Treatment?
  • 4:55 pm5:20 pm
  • Business Meeting
    In addition to the topics listed below, each session contains 3 – 5 podium presentations featuring the latest research in sports medicine. Friday’s Live Surgical Demonstrations are integrated within the General Session.
  • 6:45 am8:15 am
  • Instructional Courses
  • 7:30 am12:30 pm
  • Exhibits
  • 8:25 am10:20 am
  • MORNING GENERAL SESSION: ACL
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • ACL I
    Surgical Spotlight: Overview of Anterolateral Ligament
    Debate: Advocate for Anterolateral Ligament Repair/Reconstruction vs. Advocate Against Anterolateral Ligament Repair/Reconstruction
    ACL II
    Revision ACL: Single Stage
    Revision ACL: Two Stage
    Revision ACL: European Experience
  • 10:20 am11:00 am
  • Break
  • 11:00 am12:00 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION A: PATELLA
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • Update: Patellar Instability: Should We Be Fixing the First Time Dislocator?
    Case-based Symposium: Recurrent Patellar Instability: What I Do
    Surgical Spotlight: Tibial Tubercle Transfer: The Forgotten Operation
  • 11:00 am2:05 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION B: FOOT AND ANKLE
    Citrus/Collier/Columbia
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  • Current Concepts: High Ankle Sprain
    Current Concept: Turf Toe Sesamoiditis
  • 11:00 am12:00 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION C: BIOLOGICS
    Floridian Ballroom J-L
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  • Update: Stem Cells and Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment for Osteoarthritis and Articular Cartilage: Is and How Is the FDA Involved?
    Hype vs. Science: Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment vs. Stem Cells: Is There a Role for Biologics in Acute Muscle/Tendon Injury?
  • 12:30 pm1:30 pm
  • Guided Poster Tours
    Exhibit Hall Foyer
  • 12:30 pm2:00 pm
  • AOSSM Medical Publishing Group
    Reviewers’ Workshop

    Citrus/Collier/Columbia
  • 1:30 pm3:35 pm
  • AFTERNOON GENERAL SESSION: ROTATOR CUFF I/TEAM COVERAGE 2015
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • ROTATOR CUFF I
    Indications for Rotator Cuff Repair: Who to Fix
    Top Ten Rotator Cuff Issues 2015
    Partial Tear: General vs. Athlete
    Surgical Spotlight: Double Row vs. Single Row
    Rehabilitation for Rotator Cuff Repair in 2015
    TEAM COVERAGE 2015: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ATHLETE?
    What Is the Problem?
    Who Does One Report to?
    Organizing an Effective Team
    Primary Care Sports Medicine in 2015: How to Interface with Orthopods
    Athletic Administration and Its Role in Regulating Athletic Care
  • 6:45 am8:15 am
  • Instructional Courses
  • 7:30 am12:30 pm
  • Exhibits
  • 8:30 am10:20 am
  • MORNING GENERAL SESSION: ROTATOR CUFF II
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • ROTATOR CUFF II
    Update: Rotator Cuff: Patch
    Update: Rotator Cuff: Healing/Biology
    Revision Rotator Cuff Repair
    Presidential Guest Speaker Robert E. Leach Sports Medicine Leadership Award
  • 10:20 am11:00 am
  • Break
  • 11:00 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION A: MULTI-LIGAMENT KNEE/PEDIATRIC KNEE
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • MULTI-LIGAMENT KNEE
    Debate: MCL: Don’t Fix vs. Fix
    Debate: MCL: Reconstruction
    Surgical Spotlight: PLC
    PEDIATRIC KNEE
    Management of Skeletally Immature – To Cross or Not to Cross
  • 11:00 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION B: CLAVICLE FRACTURE/THROWING ELBOW
    Citrus/Collier/Columbia
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  •  Update: When to Fix Clavicle Fractures
    Update: Elbow OCD (MCL, OCD)
    Osteoarticular Transfer for OCD Lesions
  • 11:00 am12:30 pm
  • CONCURRENT SESSION C: HIP II/LABRAL TEAR
    Floridian Ballroom J-L
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  • Hip Labral Tear/Repair and Bone Removal: Less Is More
    Hip Labral Tear/Repair and Bone Removal: Go Big or Go Home
    Surgical Spotlight: Gluteus Medius Repair
  • 12:30 pm1:30 pm
  • Guided Poster Tours
    Exhibit Hall Foyer
  • AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS
  • 1:00 pm3:00 pm
  • 2015 Young Sports Medicine Specialists’ Workshop: Your Practice, Your Way
    Nassau
  • 1:00 pm4:30 pm
  • Research Workshop: Empirical Answers to Burning Clinical Questions
    Floridian Ballroom L-J
  • 6:45 am8:15 am
  • Instructional Courses
  • 8:30 am10:20 am
  • MORNING GENERAL SESSION
    Floridian Ballroom A-I
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  • Traveling Fellows Presentation
    NATA Exchange Lecture
    SHOULDER BASIC SCIENCE
    ADMINISTRATIVE DATABASE: WHAT CAN WE LEARN?
    ACL PREVENTION

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