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1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

50th Anniversary Golf Tournament*

The Broadmoor Golf Course

Help celebrate AOSSM’s 50th Anniversary by participating in the 2022 Golf Tournament. Create a foursome or sign up as a single to be added to a group, then enjoy a relaxing – or challenging – day on the links. Enjoy lunch on your own before the tournament kicks off with a shotgun start at 1:00 pm on the Broadmoor’s West Course. Stick around after the tournament for awards and to hear winners announced. Winners will also be announced in the exhibit hall during the AOSSM 2022 Annual Meeting.

You will be provided an opportunity to register yourself or a foursome during the annual meeting registration process. A portion of your registration fee will benefit AOSSM education and research in the field of orthopaedic sports medicine.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities available! Contact Melanie Stanton, CAE, CFRE at 847.655.8651.

6:30 am - 7:00 am

Breakfast for Instructional Courses

Location: International Center Foyer

7:00 am - 8:30 am

Instructional Courses (IC101-IC108)*

Start your mornings off with these popular sessions covering relevant, current clinical practice issues and the latest research and treatment strategies. *Additional registration is required.

  • Fee: $95 Member, Resident/ Fellow, Allied Health, Faculty
  • $145 Nonmember
  • Special Triple Play – Purchase Three Instructional Courses and save $25!
8:30 am - 9:30 am

Breakfast Available for All

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

8:40 am - 8:45 am

Welcome Message and General Session Kickoff

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

Join Kurt P. Spindler, MD, AOSSM President and Rick W. Wright, MD 2022 Annual Meeting Program Chair as they welcome everyone to this historic meeting celebrating our 50th year.

8:45 am - 10:00 am

General Session: ACL

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Lee D. Kaplan, MD and Michelle L. Wolcott, MD


Paper 01: ACL Reconstructed Knees Had Significantly Higher MR T1ρ and T2 Values in Cartilage but not in Meniscus Compared to Contralateral Knees at 10 Years after ACL Reconstruction
Xiaojuan Li, PhD
Paper 02: ACL Reconstruction in Cutting and Pivoting Athletes: Soft Tissue Quadriceps Tendon Autograft vs. Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone Autograft
Kostas J. Economopoulos, MD
Paper 03: Patient Acceptable Symptom State (PASS) Characteristics 10 Years following ACL Reconstruction: A MOON Cohort Study
Laura J. Huston, MS
Paper 04: The Effect of Prescribing Patterns on Utilization of Opioid Medication in ACL Reconstruction: A Randomized, Prospective Trial
Emma E. Johnson, BA
Q & A

Mini-Symposium: Choose your Graft

Hamstring Autograft for ACL Reconstruction: When I Use it to Harvest Tips
Geoffrey S. Baer, MD, PhD
When and Why, I Use BTB for ACL Reconstructions and Harvest Tips
Steven B. Cohen, MD
Quadriceps Autograft for ACL Reconstruction. When I Use it and How to Harvest it.
Robin V. West, MD
ACL Reconstruction: What are We Getting Right and Wrong
Christina R. Allen, MD
Q & A
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Location: Bartolin Hall

Meet with our industry partners in the Exhibit Hall to experience hands-on opportunities to test new products that impact your practice. Back by popular demand for our 50th Anniversary is the OLC Mobile Lab.

ACE Award

Also during this time, the ACE Award judging team will tour the hall. The ACE Award is a competitive product award for AOSSM’s corporate partners exhibiting at the Annual Meeting. This annual award recognizes cutting-edge innovation in the field of orthopaedic sports medicine.

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Exhibit Hall Break / Masters Competition

Location: Bartolin Hall

Masters Winners 2021

Don't miss your chance to compete for the coveted AOSSM Red Jacket! The annual Masters Competition is a friendly contest among our surgeon members to discuss innovations that had a significant positive impact on your practice. Whether it be a technique or skill you have developed or mastered, this an opportunity to share your wisdom with your colleagues - the winner takes home a stylish red sport coat in recognition of his or her achievement!

10:45 am - 11:45 am

General Session: Posterior Shoulder Instability

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Brett D. Owens, MD and Samuel A. Taylor, MD


Paper 05: The Role of the Long Head of the Biceps Tendon in Posterior Shoulder Stabilization during Forward Flexion
Ryan C. Rauck, MD
Paper 06: The Natural History of Nonoperative Treatment of Posterior Instability in a High Demand Population
Patrick K. Mescher, MD
Paper 07: Biomechanical Evaluation of Posterior Shoulder Instability with a Clinically Relevant Posterior Bone Loss Model
Robert A. Waltz, MD
Paper 08: Outcomes After Arthroscopic Pancapsular Shift for the Treatment of Multidirectional Glenohumeral Instability at a Mean 9 Year Follow-up
Jordan A. Gruskay, MD
Q & A

Posterior Shoulder Instability: A Case Panel

Moderator: Brett D. Owens, MD

Panelists: James P. Bradley, MD; Jonathan F. Dickens, MD; Alison P. Toth, MD


Posterior Shoulder Instability (Video)
Lance E. LeClere, MD
11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open and Keystone Theater Presentations

Lunch Available in the Exhibit Hall

11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Medical Publishing Group Reviewers' Workshop*

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Donald Ross Room

This special annual session led by Bruce Reider, MD, Executive Editor of Medical Publishing for AOSSM and Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM), provides training for current reviewers and those interested in becoming reviewers for the AOSSM journals. *Separate registration and/or fee required


How to Review a Large Database Study
James L. Carey, MD, MPH - Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Carey will discuss some special considerations when reviewing a large database study. Emphasis will be placed on how study design, quantity of data, and quality of data affect reliability, chance, confounding, and bias. Examples taken directly from the orthopaedic sports medicine literature will be used to highlight key principles.



Peer Review and the Randomized Controlled Trial: Helping Sports Medicine Realize the Level I Hype
David C. Landy, MD, PhD - University of Kentucky

Dr. Landy will provide an overview of requirements for the publication of randomized controlled trials and discuss future directions for these Level 1 evidence studies.

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sports Health Symposium: Training the Adolescent Athlete*

Location: Colorado Hall B

Sports Health

This special session will discuss caring for young athletes and provide a compendium of the state of the science, as it relates to the monitoring, management, and training of young athletes.

*Separate registration and/or fee required


Welcome
Edward M. Wojtys, MD
Pubertal Growth Spurt: What Changes in Boys and Girls
Mark F. Riederer, MD
Training Neuromuscular Control and Strength in Children
Lynn Snyder-Mackler, PT, ScD, FAPTA
Training Considerations for the Skeletally Immature Athlete
Lyle J. Micheli, MD
Chronological Age vs. Biological Maturation
Mark F. Riederer, MD
Strength Training for Adolescents
Michael J. Axe, MD
Q & A

Break

The Role of Sleep in Health and Performance
Matthew Baird, PT
Early Sport Specialization: What’s the Problem?
Gregory D. Myer, PhD, CSCS
Monitoring the Training Response in Adolescents
Tim Gabbett, PhD
Injury Prevention Training
Lindsay J. DiStefano, PhD, ATC
Q & A
1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Throwing Injuries
Location: International Center North
Moderators: Juliet DeCampos, MD and Brian C. Werner, MD
  • Paper 09: Differences in Glenohumeral Range of Motion and Humeral Torsion Between Right-Handed and Left-Handed Major League Baseball Pitchers - Jacob Maier, MD
  • Paper 10: Influence of Arm Path on Elbow Varus Torque in Professional Baseball Pitchers – Brittany Dowling, MS
  • Paper 11: Utility of Objective Testing for Initiation of a Throwing Program Following Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in Competitive Baseball Players – James B. Carr II, MD
  • Paper 12: Revision Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in Major League Baseball Pitchers: Effect on Fastball Velocity and Usage – Christopher M. LaPrade, MD
  • Paper 13: Clinical Outcomes of Ulnar Collateral Ligament Surgeries in Non-Baseball Throwing Athletes – Marcus A. Rothermich, MD
  • Q & A
  • Is the SLAP the Actual Pathoanatomy in the Injured Throwing Shoulder? – W. Ben Kibler, MD
  • Interval Throwing Program after Shoulder/Elbow Injury – Peter N. Chalmers, MD
  • Considerations for Softball Throwers – Matthew V. Smith, MD
  • Q & A

Session B: Biologics
Location: International Center South
Moderators: Rachel M. Frank, MD and Seth L. Sherman, MD
  • Paper 14: Leukocyte-Poor Platelet Rich Plasma versus Leukocyte-Poor Platelet Rich Plasma Plus Hyaluronic Acid for the Treatment of Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis: A Prospective, Randomized Control Trial with 2 Year Follow Up – Adam W. Anz, MD
  • Paper 15: Micro-Fragmented Adipose Tissue versus Platelet-Rich Plasma for the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial at 2-year follow-up – Stefano Zaffagnini, MD
  • Paper 16: Effectiveness of Hematoma Aspiration and Platelet-Rich Plasma Muscle Injections for the Treatment of Hamstring Strains in Athletes – Johannes B. Roedl, MD, PhD
  • Paper 17: Follow-Up of Heterotopic Ossification (HO) After Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Groin Injuries – Alexander E. Poor, MD
  • Paper 18: Effect of Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate on Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation Incorporation: A Prospective, Randomized, Single Blind Investigation – Nicholas A. Trasolini, MD
  • Q & A
  • Paper 19: The Influence of Amniotic Suspension Allografts and Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate on Inflammation & Cartilage Matrix Metabolism in Osteoarthritic Chondrocytes – Adam B. Yanke, MD, PhD
  • Practical Utilization of Biologics in Your Practice – Rachel M. Frank, MD
  • The Business of OrthoBiologics in Clinical Practice – Scott A. Rodeo, MD

Session C: Pediatrics and the Adolescent Athlete
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderators: Kevin M. Dale, MD and Crystal A. Perkins, MD
  • Paper 20: The Relationship of Schottle’s Point to the Medial Distal Femoral Physis: A Digitally Reconstructed Radiograph and 3-Dimensional Computed Tomography Study – Joseph Featherall, MD
  • Paper 21: Anterior Displacement of Tibial Spine Fractures, Does Anatomic Reduction Matter? – Shannon A. McGurty, BS
  • Paper 22: Predictors of Re-Operation in Adolescents Undergoing Hip Preservation Surgery for Femoracetabular Impingement – Philip A. Serbin, MD
  • Paper 23: The Impact of Graft Choice on Return to Sport Testing After Adolescent ACL Reconstruction –Brendan Shi, MD
  • Q & A
  • Pediatric MPFL (Video) - Samantha Tayne, MD, MBA
  • ACL Decision Making for the Skeletally Immature – Crystal A. Perkins, MD
  • Q & A

Session D: Global Program Series with SLARD: Sports Specific Lower Extremity
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room F
Moderator: Dr. Daniel Slullitel (Argentina)
Global Program Series
  • Hamstring Lesions in Elite Athletes - Dr. Lucio Ernlund (Brasil)
  • Conservative Treatment in PCL Lesions in a Military Unit
  • When and Results - Dr. Manuel Pérez Zabala (Argentina)
  • Hamstrings Plus Extra Articular Augmentation in ACL Lesions in Elite Soccer Players - Dr. Alejandro Leonardo Ortega (Peru)
  • Cartilage Management in Sport Knee Injuries - Dr. Matías Costa Paz (Argentina)
  • Nerve Injuries in Multi-Ligamentary Lesions Timing of Reconstruction in Rugby Players - Dr. Daniel Slullitel (Argentina)
  • Q & A
2:25 pm - 3:25 pm

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Return to Play
Location: International Center North
Moderators: Sharon L. Hame, MD and Peter A. Indelicato, MD
  • Paper 24: The Power of Information: Influence of Interim Function Assessments on Patient Outcomes at the time of Return to Sport Progression Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction – Stephan Bodkin, PhD
  • Paper 25: Blood Flow Restriction Training Does Not Facilitate Faster Return To Sport Following ACL Reconstruction in Collegiate Athletes – Kristofer J. Jones, MD
  • Paper 26: Update on Performance and Return to Sport After Biceps Tenodesis in Professional Baseball Players – Brandon J. Erickson, MD
  • Paper 27: Return to Sport and Testing following Hip Arthroscopy for FAI in High School and Collegiate Athletes – Robert W. Westermann, MD
  • Paper 28: Early Versus Standard Return to Sport Following ACL Reconstruction. Impact on Volume of Play and Career Longevity in 180 Professional European Soccer Players – Michael Battaglia, MD
  • Paper 29: Return to Sport Testing vs Time-Based Clearance in Posterior Shoulder Instability – Ajinkya Rai, BS
  • Q & A
  • Science and Wearables: Can it Guide Clinical Decision Making? – E. Lyle Cain Jr., MD
  • ACL Return to Play: Where’s the Science? – Lynn Snyder-Mackler, PhD, PT
  • Return To Play for the Female Adolescent Athlete – Melissa A Christino, MD

Session B: Meniscus
Location: International Center South
Moderators: Thomas J. Kremen Jr., MD and Elizabeth G. Matzkin, MD
  • Paper 30: Superior Improvements in Knee Pain and Function with a Novel Synthetic Medial Meniscus Replacement Prosthesis Compared to Non-surgical Care in Subjects with Knee Pain Following Partial Meniscectomy: Three-year Results from Two Pros – Deryk G. Jones, MD
  • Paper 31: Risk Factors Affecting the Survival Rate of Collagen Meniscus Implant (CMI) for Partial Meniscus Deficiency. An Analysis of 156 Consecutive Cases at a Mean 10 years of Follow-up – Gian Andrea Lucidi, MD
  • Paper 32: All-Inside Meniscus Repair Leads to Higher Rate of Failure Compared to Inside-Out Meniscus Repair in Elite Athletes – Kyle A. Borque, MD
  • Paper 33: Serum and Urine Biomarkers for Treatment Monitoring after Meniscal Allograft Transplantation in a Preclinical Canine Model – Michael Ewing, MD
  • Paper 34: Kinematic Analysis of Lateral Meniscus Oblique Radial Tears in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructed Knees: Untreated versus Repair versus Partial Meniscectomy – Patrick A Smith, MD
  • Q & A
  • Technical Considerations in Root Repair (Video) – Aaron J. Krych, MD
  • Meniscus Replacement Options – Wayne K. Gersoff, MD
  • All Inside Meniscal Repair Tips and Techniques (Video) - E. Schuyler Dejong, MD

Session C: Elbow
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderators: Michael G. Ciccotti, MD; Christopher C. Dodson, MD
  • Paper 35: High School and Professional Pitchers with Early Excessive Ipsilateral Trunk Tilt: A Newly Characterized Parameter for Biomechanical Evaluation – Joshua S. Dines, MD
  • Paper 36: Change in Humeral Anchor Position Significantly Affects Isometry in UCL Repair: A 3-Dimensional Computer Modeling Study – Evan A. O'Donnell, MD
  • Paper 37: Management of Sublime Tubercle Injuries in Adolescent Throwing Athletes – Eric W. Edmonds, MD
  • Paper 38: Conservative Treatment of Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Humeral Capitellum among Young Baseball Players – Yoshihiro Kotoura, MD, PhD
  • Q & A
  • UCL Repair: When, Why and How – Christopher C. Dodson, MD
  • UCL Reconstruction: Still the Best Option – Neal S. ElAttrache, MD
  • Management of Posterior Impingement (video) – Christopher S. Ahmad, MD
  • Key Pearls to Rehabilitate the UCL Reconstructed Thrower – Kevin E. Wilk, PT, DPT
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

Location: Bartolin Hall

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Cartilage
Location: International Center North
Moderators: Katherine J. Coyner, MD and David C. Flanigan, MD
  • Paper 39: Sex Mismatch Between Donor and Recipient is Associated with Decreased Graft Survivorship at 5-years After Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation – Gergo Merkely, MD
  • Paper 40: Improved Cartilage Healing with Microfracture Augmented with Fisetin & Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate in Acute Osteochondral Defect – Naomasa Fukase, MD, PhD
  • Paper 41: Suture-Bridge Fixation of Osteochondral Fractures and Osteochondritis Dissecans in the Knee: Excellent Rates of Early Lesion Stability and Osseous Union – Philip L. Wilson, MD
  • Paper 42: Effects of Blood Type Mismatching on Functional Graft Survival after Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation – James L. Cook, DVM. PhD, OTSC
  • Paper 43: Long-term Outcomes of an All-Arthroscopic Matrix-Assisted Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation Technique – Antonio Madrazo-Ibarra, MD
  • Q & A
  • Patellofemoral Joint Osteochondral Graft (video/talk) – Thomas M. DeBerardino, MD
  • Decision Making for Athletes; What Techniques Where? – Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
  • Q & A

Session B: Hip I (FAI)
Location: International Center South
Moderators: Mia S. Hagen, MD and Robert W. Westermann, MD
  • Paper 44: Does Femoral Osteoplasty Enhance Clinical Outcomes and Survivorship of FAI Surgery at Long-Term Follow-Up Beyond Fifteen Years? – Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD, MS
  • Herodicus Award Paper 45: Preoperative MRI Offers Minimal Clinical Utility, Delays Access to Hip Arthroscopy, and Lacks Cost-Effectiveness in Patients Aged 40 or Under with Classic Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome: A Retrospective 5-Year Analysis – Prem N. Ramkumar, MD, MBA
  • Paper 46: Comparing Midterm Outcomes of High-Level Athletes Versus Nonathletes Undergoing Primary Hip Arthroscopy: A Propensity Matched Comparison with Minimum 5-year Follow-Up – David R. Maldonado, MD
  • Paper 47: Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome and Acetabular Retroversion: A 3D Analysis – Thomas D. Alter, MS
  • Paper 48: Elite Female Athletes Demonstrate Greater Improvement in Patient Reported Outcome Scores and Equal Rate of Return to Sport Compared to Elite Male Athletes After Hip Arthroscopy: A Sex-Based Comparison in Professional and Collegiate – Andrew E. Jimenez, MD
  • Q & A
  • Femoral and Acetabular Version: Why Do These Matter? – Robert W. Westermann, MD
  • Sport Specific Considerations in FAI Surgical Treatment – Christopher M. Larson, MD
  • Complex FAI Cases in the Athlete with Exert Panel
    • Moderators: Mia S. Hagen, MD and Robert Westermann, MD
    • Panelists: Michael B. Banffy, MD, Guillaume D. Dumont, MD, Joshua D. Harris, MD, Christopher M. Larson, MD and Stephanie W. Mayer, MD

Session C: What You Need to Know as a Team Physician and Advocate, Presented by The FORUM
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
The FORUM

AOSSM proudly brings you this special session presented by our partners at The FORUM. The FORUM is a national group of Board Certified, female Orthopedic Surgeons who are fellowship-trained, with a practice focused on Sports Medicine. Topics include:

  • Bone Up on Bone Health in Athletes: Key Points for Healthy Bones, A Case Based Discussion
    • Elizabeth G. Matzkin, MD - Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    • Christina M. Morganti, MD - Anne Arundel Medical Group
    • Tamara A. Scerpella, MD - University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Pandemic Impacts on the Opioid Crisis
    • Laurel Beverley, MD, MPH - MetroHealth
  • Vulnerable Athletes: Para Athletes, Trans Athletes, and Sexual Abuse
    • Cordelia W. Carter, MD NYU – Langone Medical Center
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The FORUM Meet Up/Reception

Location: Broadmoor Hall Patio

The FORUM

Visit with colleagues and enjoy the end of the first day of the AOSSM Annual Meeting. Forum members and prospective members are invited to attend.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Friends of SOMOS Reception

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Dow Finsterwald Room

SOMOS

Join us for the annual gathering of our military members. All are welcome to attend this event that recognizes and celebrates sports medicine in the military. If you are current military, former military, a colleague or friend who cares for those who serve or who have served our country, please join us.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Sports Medicine Fellowship Reception

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Robert Trent Jones Room

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Welcome Reception

Location: Broadmoor Pool

The stunning Broadmoor pool and surrounding outdoor area serves as the backdrop for our fun-filled Welcome Reception. Come hungry – a scrumptious selection of buffet options and an open bar will be available. Reminisce with old friends, connect with new friends and dance the night away as we set an easy-feeling 1970s vibe. All registered attendees are welcome to attend this event.

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Medical Publishing Group Dinner

Location: Broadmoor West: West Ballroom

Medical Publishing Group

The AOSSM Medical Publishing Group will host its annual dinner for members of the AJSM, Sports Health, OJSM, and VJSM editorial boards and their guests. The publication awards will be presented, and we will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the American Journal of Sports Medicine.

9:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Late Night with the Emerging Leaders*

Location: Broadmoor West: PLAY

All AOSSM members under the age of 45 are invited to attend this social event. Come network with your peers and the society’s leaders. Space is limited. Food and beverages provided! Location to be announced soon.

*This event is complimentary, however additional registration is required.

6:00 am - 7:00 am

Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Donald Ross Room

6:30 am - 7:00 am

Breakfast for Instructional Courses

Location: International Center Foyer

7:00 am - 8:30 am

Instructional Courses (IC201-IC208)*

Start your mornings off with these popular sessions covering relevant, current clinical practice issues and the latest research and treatment strategies. *Additional registration is required.

  • Fee: $95 Member, Resident/ Fellow, Allied Health, Faculty
  • $145 Nonmember
  • Special Triple Play – Purchase Three Instructional Courses and save $25!
8:30 am - 9:30 am

Breakfast Available For All

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

8:45 am - 10:00 am

Game Changer Session: TEAMS Multi-Center Research

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: James L. Carey, MD, MPH and Bruce Reider, MD


Multi-center Research Groups: Basics and How to Get it Started
Brian R. Wolf, MD, MS
What Have We Learned from MOON Knee?
Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC
What Have We Learned from MOON Shoulder?
John E. Kuhn, MD
What Have We Learned from ROCK?
Kevin G. Shea, MD
What Have We Learned from Jupiter?
Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD
What Have We Learned from MARS?
Brick A. Lantz, MD
What Have We Learned from ANCHOR?
John C. Clohisy, MD
What have we learned from MeTeOR
Robert H. Brophy, MD
TEAMS Research: Panel Discussion

Moderators: James L. Carey, MD, MPH; Bruce Reider, MD

Panelists: Robert H. Brophy, MD; John C. Clohisy, MD; John E. Kuhn, MD; Brick A. Lantz, MD; Robert G. Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC; Kevin G. Shea, MD; Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD; Brian R. Wolf, MD, MS

10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Location: Bartolin Hall

Meet with our industry partners in the Exhibit Hall to experience hands-on opportunities to test new products that impact your practice. Back by popular demand for our 50th Anniversary is the OLC Mobile Lab.

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Exhibit Hall Break

Location: Bartolin Hall

10:45 am - 10:55 am

Presentation of the 2022 Robert E. Leach Award

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

10:55 am - 11:30 am

Presidential Address and Medallion Exchange

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

  • Introduction by Michael G. Ciccotti, MD, AOSSM Past President 2020-21
  • Presidential Address with Kurt P. Spindler, MD, AOSSM President 2021-22
  • Medallion Exchange, Mark D. Miller, MD, President-Elect
11:30 am - 11:45 am

Annual Business Meeting

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open and Keystone Theater Presentations

Lunch Available in the Exhibit Hall

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

Game Changer Session: Diversity in Sports Medicine

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Joel L. Boyd, MD and Eric W. Carson, MD

AOSSM brings you this thought-provoking discussion, which includes a panel discussion with representatives from the NFL, NHL and a diverse group of physicians.


Diversity in our Orthopaedic Residencies: What will it Take to Change?
Selina Poon, MD, MPH
Inequities and Disparate Delivery of Health Care: The Sports of Medicine Realities
Gabriella E. Ode, MD, MPH
Q & A

Panel Discussion

Team Coverage: Diversity: Unseen Challenges

Moderators: Joel L. Boyd, MD; Eric W. Carson, MD

Panelists: Ronnie P. Barnes, MS, ATC, New York Giants; Don Davis, PhD, Sr. Director of Player Affairs NFLPA; Kim Davis, NHL Senior Executive Vice President; Deryk G. Jones, MD; Clarence L. Shields, MD; Troy Vincent, NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operation; Robin V. West, MD; Riley J. Williams, MD


2:20 pm - 3:20 pm

General Session: Presidential Guest Speaker, Clark Kellogg

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderator: Kurt Spindler, MD

Clark Kellogg
3:20 pm - 4:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Break

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Patellofemoral
Location: International Center North
Moderators: Patellofemoral Miho J. Tanaka, MD and Marc Tompkins, MD
  • Paper 49: Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Patellar Instability Patients from Prospective JUPITER (Justifying Patellar Instability Treatment by Early Results) Cohort – Meghan E. Bishop, MD
  • Paper 50: Isolated Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction for Recurrent Patellar Instability Regardless of Tibial Tubercle - Trochlear Groove Distance and Patellar Height: Minimum 5-Year Outcomes – Elizabeth R. Dennis, MD
  • Paper 51: Multiple Prior Dislocations Lead to Poorer Outcomes of Isolated Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction: A Retrospective Chart Review – Brett D. Meeks, MD
  • Paper 52: Sex-Based Differences in Outcomes After MPFL Reconstruction – Danielle H. Markus, BS
  • Paper 53: Comparing Graft Choice in Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction – Jeffrey M. Henstenburg, MD
  • Paper 54: MPFL Repair has a Higher Failure Rate at Long-term Follow-up compared to MPFL Reconstruction for Recurrent Patellar Instability – Bradley M. Kruckeberg, MD
  • Q & A
  • Correcting Patella Malalignment: Addressing the Femur (Video) – David R. Diduch, MD
  • MPFL or TTO or Both: How to Decide? – Elizabeth A. Arendt, MD

Session B: Hip II (Outside the Joint)
Location: International Center South
Moderators: Ljiljana Bogunovic, MD and Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD, MS
  • Paper 56: Defining Clinically Significant Outcomes After Gluteus Medius Repair at 5-Years – Morgan W. Rice, MD
  • Paper 57: Labral Tear Management in Patients Aged 40 Years and Older Undergoing Primary Hip Arthroscopy: A Propensity-Matched Case-Control Study Comparing Labral Reconstruction to Labral Repair with Minimum Two-Year Follow-Up – Benjamin G. Domb, MD
  • Paper 58: The Use of Intraoperative Platelet Rich Plasma Increases the Risk for Heterotopic Ossification in Patients Undergoing Primary Hip Arthroscopy – Marc R. Safran, MD
  • Q & A
  • Mini-Symposium: Hip Micro-instability and Borderline Dysplasia
  • Hip Microinstability: What Is It and How Do We Diagnose It? – Marc R. Safran, MD
  • Borderline Dysplasia: What Is It and What Factors Guide Treatment? – Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD, MS
  • Scope Treatment is Enough – Shane J. Nho, MD, MS
  • PAO is the Answer – Andrea M. Spiker, MD
  • Case-Based Panel Discussion
    • Moderator: Jeffrey N. Nepple, MD, MS
    • Panelists: Aaron J. Krych, MD; Shane J. Nho, MD, MS; Marc R. Safran, MD; Andrea M. Spiker, MD

Session C: Pediatrics II
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderators: Jennifer J. Beck, MD and Theodore J. Ganley, MD
  • Paper 59: Comparison of Knotless versus Knotted Suture Anchors in the Arthroscopic Management of Adolescent Shoulder Instability – John A. Schlechter, DO
  • Paper 60: Objective Diagnosis of Multidirectional Instability in Adolescent Patients Based on Glenohumeral Joint Capsule Dimensions on MR Analysis – Mason C. Yoder, MD
  • Paper 61: Surgical Management of Distal Clavicle Fractures in Skeletally Immature Athletes – Benton E. Heyworth, MD
  • Paper 62: Influence of Gender, Race/Ethnicity & Socioeconomic Factors on Meniscus Treatment with Pediatric and Adolescent ACL Reconstruction – Matthew D. Milewski MD
  • Q & A
  • Paper 63: Remodeling of Adolescent Displaced Clavicle Fractures: A FACTS Study – Andrew T. Pennock, MD
  • Elbow OCD (Gymnast) – John E. Conway, MD
  • Decision Making for the Unstable Knee OCD – Benton E. Heyworth, MD
  • Q & A

Session D: ESSKA: Knee, Meniscus and Cartilage - Repair and Replacement
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room F
Moderator: Jacques Menetrey, MD
ESSKA

The AOSSM Global Program Series celebrates our partnerships with distinguished societies throughout the world. This session topic, Knee, Meniscus & Cartilage: Repair and Replacement, will be presented in collaboration with our ESSKA colleagues.

  • Modern Approach of Meniscal Repair – Jacques Menetrey, MD
  • State of the Art in Meniscal replacement – ESSKA Allograft Initiative – David Dejour, MD
  • The Role of Osteotomy in Cartilage Repair or Transplantation – Roland Becker, MD
  • Management of Focal Cartilage Injury and Repair: The European Experience – Thomas Tischer, MD
  • Open Discussion
    • Moderators: Jacques Menetrey, MD; Roland Becker, MD
    • Panelists: David Dejour, MD and Thomas Tischer, MD
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Exhibit Hall Social Hour

Location: Bartolin Hall

Visit with our exhibitors and partners featuring innovations that are on the cutting-edge of technology and resource development. Learn more about what they are doing to help advance sports medicine and deliver the highest caliber of care to patients. See who wins the ACE Award for innovative products. Appetizers, beer, wine and soft drinks provided. This event is complimentary to all registered attendees.

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

J. Robert Gladden Orthopaedic Society (JROGS) Meeting and Reception

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Donald Ross Room

JRGOS

Our presidential guest speaker Clark Kellogg will be the featured guest at a special session of the prestigious J. Robert Gladden Orthopaedic Society, whom AOSSM is pleased to host this year. JRGOS members and all interested meeting attendees are invited to join.

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Traveling Fellows Reception

Location: Broadmoor Main: Lakeside Terrace

6:30 am - 7:00 am

Breakfast for Instructional Courses

Location: International Center Foyer

7:00 am - 8:30 am

Instructional Courses (IC301 - IC308)*

Start your mornings off with these popular sessions covering relevant, current clinical practice issues and the latest research and treatment strategies. **Additional registration is required.

  • Fee: $95 Member, Resident/ Fellow, Allied Health, Faculty
  • $145 Nonmember
  • Special Triple Play – Purchase Three Instructional Courses and save $25!


7:00 am - 8:30 am

Past Presidents' Sunrise Summit

Location: Broadmoor Golf Club: Donald Ross Room

8:30 am - 9:30 am

Breakfast Available For All

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

8:45 am - 8:55 am

2022 Hall of Fame Inductees

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

Join us as we recognize this year’s AOSSM Hall of Fame honorees.

8:55 am - 9:05 am

Traveling Fellows Presentations

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

AOSSM Playmaker Grant Lab

Location: International Center South

This session will provide applicants, audience members, and a group of the Society’s esteemed researchers the opportunity to interact and discuss the merits of these innovative and novel therapies in sports medicine. The grant lab will conclude with the awarding of one or more research grants in coordination with our partners at The Aircast Foundation. Applications due June 1, 2022.

9:05 am - 10:00 am

General Session: Rotator Cuff and Biceps

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Patricia A. Kolowich, MD and Tamara A. Scerpella, MD


Paper 64: The Fate of Distal Biceps Partial Thickness Tears
Adam J. Tagliero, MD
Paper 65: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair with and without Acromioplasty in the Treatment of Full-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears: Long Term Follow-up of a Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Trial
Jarret Woodmass, MD
Paper 66: Radiostereometric Analysis of Biceps Tenodesis: A Prospective Comparison of All-Suture Anchor vs. Interference Screw, Arthroscopic and Mini-Open Techniques
Brian Forsythe, MD
Q & A

Biceps Tenodesis Arthroscopic vs. Open
Eric C. McCarty, MD
Paper 68: Cannabidiol is Effective in Improving Immediate Post-operative Pain and Patient Satisfaction Following Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Placebo-Controlled, Randomized, Double-Blinded Study
Michael J. Alaia, MD
Paper 69: Traumatic Rotator Cuff Tears Have Greater Improvements in Functional Outcomes than Non-Traumatic Tears Following Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Stephanie Boden, MD
Q & A

Cuff Repair – Acute Tear in an Athlete (Video)
Stephen F. Brockmeier, MD
10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Location: Bartolin Hall

Meet with our industry partners in the Exhibit Hall to experience hands-on opportunities to test new products that impact your practice. Back by popular demand for our 50th Anniversary is the OLC Mobile Lab.

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Exhibit Hall Break

Location: Bartolin Hall

10:45 am - 11:45 am

Game Changer Session: A Special 50th Anniversary Panel with AOSSM’s Past Presidents

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Kurt P. Spindler, MD and Rick W. Wright, MD

  • Robert E. Leach, MD, AOSSM President 1983-1984
  • John A. Bergfeld, MD, AOSSM President 1992-1993
  • Clarence L. Shields, MD, AOSSM President 2001-2002
  • Robert Stanton, MD, AOSSM President 2010-2011
  • Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD, AOSSM President 2013-2014
11:45 am - 1:15 pm

Exhibit Hall Open, Keystone Theater Presentations, and Poster Presentations

Lunch Available in the Exhibit Hall

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

General Session: Complex Shoulder Instability

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Carolyn M. Hettrich, MD and Lance E. LeClere, MD


Paper 70: “Distance to Dislocation” as a Predictor of Surgical Failure Following Primary Arthroscopic Anterior Labral Repair: Rethinking the Glenoid Track Concept
Aaron E. Barrow, MD
Paper 71: Remplissage Reduces the risk of Postoperative Recurrent Instability versus Bankart Repair Alone: Medium-term Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
Ivan Kamikovski, MD
Paper 72: How Much Glenoid Bone Loss Needs to be Restored with a Latarjet?
Samuel A. Taylor, MD
Paper 73: Patient Factors Associated with Humeral Avulsion of Glenohumeral Ligament (HAGL) Lesions: An Analysis of the MOON Shoulder Instability Cohort
Ryan Freshman, MD
Paper 74: Psychopathology and Volitional Instability: Who Should We be Operating On?
Warren R. Dunn, MD
Q & A

Decision Making in the Setting of Bone Loss
Albert Lin, MD
Remplissage, Decision Making and Technique
John M. Tokish, MD
Q & A
2:25 pm - 3:25 pm

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)
Location: International Center North
Moderators: Eric C. Makhni MD MBA and Andrea M. Spiker, MD
  • Paper 75: Development and Validation of the KOOS-ACL: A Short-form Version of the KOOS for Young Patients with ACL Tears – Hana Marmura, BSc, MPT/PhD (c)
  • Paper 76: Utilization of Validated Outcome Scores in Evaluating Treatment of Osteochondral Lesions: A Comparison of Ankle versus Knee Literature – Jong Min Lee, MD
  • Paper 77: Only a Minority of Patients with Rotator Cuff Tear Achieve MCID for PROMIS Pain and Function Measures Following Initial Non-Operative Treatment – Katherine Keith, MS
  • Paper 78: Integrating PROM Collection for Shoulder Surgical Patients through the Electronic Medical Record: A Low Cost and Effective Strategy for High Fidelity PROM Collection – Eric C. Makhni, MD MBA
  • Paper 79: Increasing Shoulder Osteoarthritis Severity (SOAS) Score Predicts Lower PROMIS-UE Score Following Rotator Cuff Repair – Drew A. Lansdown, MD
  • Q & A
  • Call to Action: Using PROMs for Clinical Transformation – Eric C. Makhni, MD, MBA
  • From Survey to Surgery: How Clinical Outcomes Tools have Shaped the Field of Hip Preservation –Andrea M. Spiker, MD
  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Sports Medicine: Where We Are, and Where We Are Going – Prem N. Ramkumar, MD, MBA
  • Q & A

Session B: Challenges in Medical Management of Athletes
Location: International Center South
Moderators: Kyle Duchman, MD and Gabriella E. Ode, MD, MPH
  • ACSM: Sexual Violence in Sports - Elizabeth A. Joy, MD, MPH, FACSM
  • AMSSM: Cardiology Effects of COVID - Kyle Goerl, MD, CAQSM
  • AASPT: Updates on New Techniques for Rehabilitation - Mark V. Paterno, PhD, PT, MBA, ATC
  • Updates on Concussion Management When Time is Not Working - Steven P. Broglio, PhD, ATC

Session C: The FORUM Presents Hot Topics of the Knee and Shoulder
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderator: Jo A. Hannafin, MD, PhD; Hospital for Special Surgery
The FORUM

AOSSM proudly brings you this special session presented by our partners at The FORUM. The FORUM is a national group of Board Certified, female Orthopedic Surgeons who are fellowship-trained, with a practice focused on Sports Medicine. Topics include:

  • Damage of Dogma: Blood in the Joint and Meniscus Repair - Jocelyn Wittstein, MD; Duke University School of Medicine
  • Pros and Cons of Regional Anesthesia for Knee Surgery - Jennifer J. Beck, MD; Orthopaedic Institute for Children, UCLA
  • The J-Sign in Patients with Patellofemoral Instability - Jacqueline Brady, MD; Oregon Health & Science University
  • AC Joint Injuries: Diagnosis, Management, Return to Play - Mary K. Mulcahey, MD; Tulane University School of Medicine
  • Complex Rotator Cuff Repair: Healing Rates and Role for SCR - Katherine Burns, MD; SSM Health Orthopedics
  • Q & A

Session D: Global Program Series with ISAKOS - Shoulder Instability: Perspectives from Around the World
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room F
Moderator: Michael T. Freehill, MD
GPS
ISAKOS

Part I: The ISAKOS World View

Panelists: Pablo A. Narbona, MD; Benno Ejnisman, MD; Clara Azevedo, MD; Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD; Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA


  • Case 1: First or Second Dislocation Small Hill-Sachs No Glenoid Bone Loss
  • Case 2: Multiple Dislocations with Bone Loss but on Tract
  • Case 3: Multiple Dislocations with Bone Loss off Tract
  • Discussion and Take-Away Points

Part II: The North American Perspective

Panelists: Guillermo Arce, MD; Albert Lin, MD; Eric C. McCarty, MD; Stephen C. Weber, MD


  • Case 1: Previous Stabilization Arthroscopic Bankart Capsulorraphy--Only Two Anchors and in a Bad Position
  • Case 2: Previous Stabilization Arthroscopic Bankart Capsulorraphy--Appears Reasonable
  • Discussion and Audience Q&A
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

General Session: Repair and the Complex Knee

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB
Moderators: Cassandra A. Lee, MD and Matthew J. Matava, MD


Paper 80: Biomechanical Analysis of Tibial Motion and ACL Graft Forces after ACLR with and without LET at Varying Tibial Slopes
Stephanie S. Pearce, MD
Paper 81: Quadriceps Tendon Autograft Yields Good Outcomes for Revision ACL Reconstruction after Failed Patellar Tendon Autograft
Dante Marconi, MD
Paper 82: High Variability Exists Between Longstanding Lateral Radiographs and Standard Lateral Knee Radiographs Evaluating Posterior Tibial Slope in Revision ACL Patients
Alfred A. Mansour, III MD
Paper 83: Clinical Outcomes of ACL Reconstruction vs ACL Repair: A Matched-Pair Analysis
Adnan Saithna, MD, FRCS
Q & A

Repair Do You Need the Scaffold
Wiemi Douoguih, MD
LET – Non-Staple

Paper 84: Differences in Metrics of Knee Joint Loading between Individuals Following a Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair (ACL-r) Surgery versus Those Who Underwent a Standard ACL Reconstruction with a Patella Bone-Tendon-Bone Autograft (ACLR)
Harrison O. Scofield, MD
Paper 85: Superficial MCL Augmented Repair Versus Reconstruction: A Multi-Center Randomized Controlled Trial
Nicholas N. DePhillipo, PhD, ATC, OTC
Posterior Slope Reducing Osteotomy
Annunziato (Ned) Amendola, MD
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Family Night at the Flying W Ranch, featuring the Family Games*

Location: Flying W Ranch

AOSSM knows how to throw a party - especially when that party celebrates 50 years of being the leader in orthopaedic sports medicine! The Flying W Ranch will take you back in time to the Old West. Guests will enjoy the many fun activities available at the ranch, including train rides and the Flying W Wranglers Original Western Stage Show. In special recognition of our milestone celebration, we are bringing back the time-honored tradition of the Family Olympics to this year's Family Night.

A delicious selection of food and drink will be available. Transportation will be provided to and from all official AOSSM hotels.

*Family night is complimentary for all registered attendees but be sure to select this event during the registration process if you plan to attend.

8:20 am - 9:20 am

Breakfast Available For All

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Ballroom AB

8:30 am - 9:30 am

General Session: Aging Athlete – Knee

Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderators: Christopher C. Kaeding, MD and Vonda J. Wright, MD


Epidemiology/Summary of the Scope of the Aging Athlete
Vonda J. Wright, AM
Paper 86: Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis Remain Stable up to 10 Years After ACL Reconstruction
Morgan H. Jones, MD, MPH
Paper 87: Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Patients Aged 50 and Older: Outcomes and Tips for Success
Thomas J. Gill IV, MD
Q & A

Senolytics and Senescent Cells in Cartilage Repair
Johnny Huard, PhD
Joint Preservation in this Population
Benjamin G. Domb, MD
Panel Discussion: Aging Athlete – Knee

Moderator: Vonda J. Wright, MD

Panelists: Kellie K. Middleton, MD; Karen Sutton, MD

9:40 am - 10:40 am

Concurrent Sessions


Session A: Aging Athlete – Shoulder
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room DE
Moderators: Katherine Burns, MD and Joshua S. Dines, MD
  • Paper 88: The Natural History of Anterior Shoulder Instability in Patients Over the Age of 50: A Population Based Study – Anne A. Smartt, MD
  • Paper 89: Ultrasound-guided Glenohumeral Corticosteroid Injection for the Treatment of Adhesive Capsulitis of the Shoulder: The Role of Clinical Stage in Response to Treatment – Brittany Ammerman, MD
  • Paper 90: Histopathology of Rotator Cuff Tendons in Elderly Patients with Glenohumeral Arthritis Without Cuff Tears – Daisuke Mori, MD
  • Paper 91: Anteroinferior Glenoid Rim Fractures in Shoulder Instability Patients Over 50: A Matched Cohort Analysis of Risk Factors, Treatment Strategies, and Outcomes – Christopher L. Camp, MD
  • Paper 92: Outcomes of Percutaneous Barbotage for Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder – Troy Shields MD
  • Q & A
  • Massive Rotator Cuff Tear Treatment Options: A Case-Based Panel
    • Moderator: John D. Kelly, MD
    • Panelists: James R. Bailey, MD; Craig R. Bottoni, MD; Sommer Hammoud, MD

Session B: Foot and Ankle
Location: Broadmoor Hall: Meeting Room F
Moderators: Kirk A. McCullough, MD and Shana N. Miskovsky, MD
  • Paper 93: Biomechanical Comparison of Tibiotalar Contact Pressures After Syndesmosis Injury With or Without Deltoid Ligament Repair – Alexander E. Lundy, MD
  • Paper 94: Diagnostic Accuracy of Weightbearing CT in Detecting Chronic Subtle Syndesmotic Instability: A Prospective Comparative Study – Alan G. Shamrock, MD
  • Paper 95: Adolescent Tarsal Navicular Bone Stress Injuries: A Multicenter Retrospective Analysis of 110 Patients – Benton E. Heyworth, MD
  • Paper 96: The Biomechanical Role of the Deltoid Ligament on Ankle Stability: Injury, Repair and Augmentation – Alex Brady, MS
  • Paper 97: Defining Normal Values for Distal Tibiofibular Syndesmotic Space With and Without External Rotation Stress: A Prospective Study with Volunteer Controls – Taylor Den Hartog, MD
  • Q & A
  • Decision Making with Lisfranc – Annunziato (Ned) Amendola, MD
  • Syndesmosis Sprain Decision Making and Treatment Options – Kirk A. McCullough, MD
  • Q & A