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Dr. J. Richard Steadman Honored at the AANA 31st Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL; Researchers and Surgeons from SPRI Presented on Various Topics
Thursday, 24 May 2012 19:33

aanaDr. J. Richard Steadman, Founder and Managing Partner of The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado and Founder/Chairman of the Board for The Steadman Philippon Research Institute, was recently honored with the Richard O’Connor Research Award. Dr. Steadman, internationally known for his work as an orthopedic knee surgeon, received the award for the research paper titled “Ten Year Survivorship Following Knee Arthroscopy in Patients with Moderate to Severe Osteoarthritis of the Knee”. Dr Steadman developed this arthroscopic treatment package for patients who have osteoarthritis, but are not ready to change their activity level or proceed to total knee replacement. This paper showed that a large number of patients could delay total knee replacement for 10 years. His co-authors on the award paper are Karen Briggs, Lauren Matheny, and Dr. Henry Ellis. Dr. Steadman’s presentation, and many others, were highlighted at the Arthroscopy Association of North America’s 31st Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, May 17-18.  

The theme of this year’s meeting, “Education for Tomorrow”, set the tone for new research and educational offerings for attendees. A handful of other researchers and surgeons from The Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail traveled to Orlando for the meetings, and were also on-site to present numerous topics, including:


Clinical Case Panel #3: Hip Arthroscopy-Indications and Limitations

Dr. Marc Philippon


Results of Arthroscopic Labral Reconstruction of the Hip in Elite Athletes SS-39

Dr. Robert Boykin, Dr. Marc Philippon, Karen Briggs

 

Feature Lecture #4: Treatment of Labral Tears and FAI-How I Decide

Dr. Marc Philippon

 

Course 306: Revision Shoulder Surgery-Tips and Techniques to Manage Failed Rotator Cuff Repairs, Stabilizations and SLAP Repairs

Dr. Peter J. Millett

 

Clinical Case Panel #2: Rotator Cuff Repair-Strategies and Techniques

Dr. Peter J. Millett

 

Outcomes after Arthroscopic Scapulothoracic Bursectomy and Partial Scapulectomy SS-22

Dr. Peter J. Millett, Dr. Trevor R. Gaskill, Dr Oliver A Van der Meijden, Marilee P. Horan

 

The following e-posters were also presented during the meetings:

  • Does Kellgren-Lawrence Grade Correlate with Arthroscopic Findings in Knee? (Karen Briggs, Lauren Matheny, Dr William G. Rodkey, Dr. Richard Steadman)
  • Outcomes and Survivorship at 10 Years following Arthroscopic Treatment Package for Osteoarthritis of the Knee (Dr. Richard Steadman, Karen Briggs, Lauren Matheny, Dr. Henry Ellis)
  • Hip Arthroscopy in the Adult Dysplastic Hip (Dr. Marc J. Philippon, MacKenzie Herzog, Dr. Cliff Willimon, Karen Briggs)
  • Outcomes Following Hip Arthroscopy in Patients with Type III Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (Dr.Marc J. Philipon, MacKenzie Herzog).


“The Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) exists to promote, encourage, support and foster the development and dissemination of knowledge of arthroscopic surgery in order to improve upon the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system.”