Steadman Philippon Research Institute Orthopaedic Doctors Participate in Annual AAOS Meeting

This past week in San Francisco, CA the AAOS held its annual meeting. The excitement of new topics surrounding the finest in orthopaedic surgery, education, research, and technology resonated throughout the meetings.  SPRI was proud to play a part in the 5-day event that took place February 7-11 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Founded in 1933, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is the preeminent provider of musculoskeletal education to orthopaedic surgeons and others in the world. The Annual Meeting offered a variety of carefully selected opportunities including various presentations, discussions on the latest clinical studies, scientific exhibits, medical equipment representatives displaying the latest and greatest in orthopaedic products and services, and much more.

Several orthopaedic doctors from SPRI were on-hand to deliver highly anticipated speeches and presentations. A recap of the who and what is listed below:

 

Dr. Marc J. Philippon

K Hip Arthroscopy: Where We’re At and What’s Ahead

  • Symposium that included Dr. Philippon and several other respected surgeons and medical experts
  • This case-and-debate-based symposium provides an international perspective into exciting advances and current controversies in hip arthroscopy and related extra-articular pathologies.

411 Hip Arthroscopy: Fundamental Techniques and Foundational Skills

  • Video that included Dr. Philippon and several other respected surgeons and medical experts
  • This video-supplemented ICL introduces the registrant to the expanding indications and techniques for hip arthroscopy while providing a firm foundation for further surgical skills development.

 

 

Dr. Peter J. Millett

228 AC and SC Injuries, Glenoid and Scapula Fractures

  • Discussion/presentation that included Dr. Millett and several other respected surgeons and medical experts
  • Presentation and discussion that presented the current evidence based thoughts on non-humeral based injuries of the shoulder girdle. Includes discussion of soft tissue injuries about the shoulder including sternoclavicular and acromioclavicular joint injuries. Rapidly evolving management of scapula, glenoid fossa, and clavicle fracture will be reviewed. A significant portion of the ICL will be allotted to discussion of the topics presented and case presentation. The participants are encouraged to bring cases for discussion by the faculty.

7SK Rotator Cuff: Surgical Skills

  • Discussion that included Dr. Millett and several other respected surgeons and medical experts
  • Current concepts in (arthroscopic) surgical repair of rotator cuff tears ranging from small to massive cuff tears: concepts background and hands-on lab session on simulated bone models.

 

Dr. Thomas Clanton

243 The Land of Ligaments: Navigating Sprains, Strains, and Ruptures About the Foot and Ankle

  • Discussion that included Dr. Clanton and several other respected surgeons and medical experts
  • Delve into the simple and complex injuries to the syndesmosis, lateral collateral ligaments, deltoid ligament, and Lisfranc ligament. Through both a didactic and case-based approach, the participant will master diagnostic and management strategies to achieve optimal reconstruction and appropriate return-to-play.

 

Specialty Day Program, February 11th:

Dr. Mark J. Philippon:

PAPER 6: Prevalence of Hip Pathology in Asymptomatic Subjects. A Prospective Investigation Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Bradley C. Register MD*, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Athens, GA; Andrew T. Pennock MD, Steadman Hawkins Clinic Program, Vail, CO; Marc J. Philippon MD, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, CO; Charles P. Ho MD, PhD, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Atherton, CA; Ashur Lawland MD, Emory, Atlanta, GA; Colin Strickland MD, University of Denver, Denver, CO; Karen K. Briggs MPH, MBA, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, CO

 

Expectations of Return to High Level Activities after FAI Surgery
Marc J. Philippon, MD

     

Dr. Robert LaPrade:

Session III: Knee Ligament Reconstruction Symposium

Anatomic Posterolateral Corner Reconstruction

 

Karen Briggs:

PAPER 6: Prevalence of Hip Pathology in Asymptomatic Subjects. A Prospective Investigation Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Bradley C. Register MD*, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Athens, GA; Andrew T. Pennock MD, Steadman Hawkins Clinic Program, Vail, CO; Marc J. Philippon MD, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, CO; Charles P. Ho MD, PhD, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Atherton, CA; Ashur Lawland MD, Emory, Atlanta, GA; Colin Strickland MD, University of Denver, Denver, CO; Karen K. Briggs MPH, MBA, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, CO

Sport Activity Level in Patients with Foot and Ankle Injuries
Lauren M. Matheny, BA (Vail, Colorado)
Karen K Briggs, MPH, MBA; Thomas O. Clanton, MD

Dr. Thomas Clanton:

Sport Activity Level in Patients with Foot and Ankle Injuries
Lauren M. Matheny, BA (Vail, Colorado)
Karen K Briggs, MPH, MBA; Thomas O. Clanton, MD

Lauren Matheny:

Sport Activity Level in Patients with Foot and Ankle Injuries
Lauren M. Matheny, BA (Vail, Colorado)
Karen K Briggs, MPH, MBA; Thomas O. Clanton, MD

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