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AAOS AAHKS Total Hip Arthroplasty From Primary to Revision

This exciting 3 day intensive course combines an intensive didactic and hands-on surgical experience exploring total hip arthroplasty. The focus is on the practical aspects of current approaches to performing both primary and revision hip arthroplasty. A uniquely selected faculty has been assembled to provide the attendees with a state of the art summary of what is both new as well as useful in the field. Small group hands-on training help facilitate what is discussed in the didactic sessions. The registrant will update his/her knowledge of preoperative planning for both primary and revision THR, as well as recognition of and methods to deal with problems following THR such as dislocation, infection, fracture or osteolysis. This unique lab setting allows exposure to new methods of performance of primary THR including surgical approaches as well as the opportunity to learn the latest techniques of managing difficult femoral and acetabular revision surgery. Daily working lunches allow attendees to bring their own cases for discussion among the highly experienced faculty.
AAOS/AAHKS Total Hip Arthroplasty: From Primary to Revision
American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Course# 3468 Date Sep 8 - Sep 10, 2011 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Douglas E Padgett, MD
Course Co-Director: Paul F Lachiewicz, MD

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AAOS AOFAS Focus on the Hindfoot

This webinar will feature three practical topics including posterior tibial tendonitis (acquired flatfoot), peroneal tendon problems, and calcaneal fractures. The expert panel will provide highly visual content with case presentations that will set the stage for a lively and interactive 90 minute session that will give the participant valuable take home advice to better manage these challenging problems.
AAOS/AOFAS Focus on the Hindfoot
American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society
Course# 3492 Webinar
Date Sep 13, 2011 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM Central
Course Director: Bryan D Den Hartog, MD

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AAOS ASES Advanced Surgical Management of Complex Shoulder Instability

This dynamic course focuses on the evaluation and management of patients with shoulder instability. Review the pathophysiology associated with the unstable shoulder. Learn the latest techniques in arthroscopic management of shoulder instability, including labral repair and capsular shift, rotator interval closure, remplissage and open techniques for management of glenoid or humeral bone loss. Practice advanced techniques, and review equipment options under the guidance of experienced orthopaedic surgeons in the hands-on skills lab.
AAOS/ASES Advanced Surgical Management of Complex Shoulder Instability
American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons
Course# 3467
Date Jul 22 - Jul 23, 2011 6:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Rosemont, IL
Course Directors: Patrick J McMahon, MD; Nikhil N Verma, MD

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AAOS ASES Sports Shoulder Injuries - Open and Arthroscopic Techniques

Focus on current concepts and surgical indications
Explore evolving treatment options, including indications, surgical techniques, and complications of rotator cuff tears in the throwing athlete. Gain hands-on instruction in open and arthroscopic instability repairs, and learn the latest concepts in the evolving use of biologic enhancement techniques to promote soft-tissue healing.
Course highlights include:
• Current management of rotator cuff tears and instability in the throwing athlete
• The emerging role of biologics in soft-tissue healing
• Latest concepts in post-operative pain management
• The role of ultrasound in your office practice
AAOS/ASES Sports Shoulder Injuries: Open and Arthroscopic Techniques May 20 - 21, 2011 . Rosemont, IL, Orthopaedic Learning Center Course Directors: Peter D. McCann, MD; C. Craig Satterlee, MD

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AAOS ASSH Elbow and Wrist Arthroscopy and Associated Methodologies

This course aims to set a new standard in providing specific instructions as related to elbow, wrist, and hand arthroscopy. Faculty teaching will emphasize short procedures of indications and methods. Video based presentations will include time for case presentation and discussion as well as debates. Participants will gain a broad understanding of the role of arthroscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of wrist and elbow disorders as well as learning about some of the newest innovations in the treatment of elbow, wrist, and small joint problems.
AAOS/ASSH Elbow and Wrist Arthroscopy and Associated Methodologies
American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Course# 3477
Date Nov 11 - Nov 12, 2011 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Location OLC, Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Melvin Paul Rosenwasser, MD
Course Co-Director: Randall W Culp, MD

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AAOS Board Maintenance of Certificatio Preparation and Review East

As you review your Maintenance of Certification™ requirements and prepare for the computer-based ABOS Recertification Examination, turn to the AAOS for focused learning to help you prepare. Led by an experienced teaching faculty, this course should be a key component of your educational plan. Choose from two locations and two dates for the session that best fits your schedule.
AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification™ Preparation and Review (East)
Course# 3476
Date Nov 17 - Nov 19, 2011 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Course Director: Isador H Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSC
Course Co-Director: Steven Andrew Stuchin, MD

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AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification Preparation and Review West

As you review your Maintenance of Certification™ requirements and prepare for the computer-based ABOS Recertification Examination, turn to the AAOS for focused learning to help you prepare. Led by an experienced teaching faculty, this course should be a key component of your educational plan. Choose from two locations and two dates for the session that best fits your schedule.
AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification™ Preparation and Review (West)
Course# 3480
Date Dec 1 - Dec 3, 2011 6:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Course Location/Housing: The Westin San Francisco Market Street
50 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94103
Course Director: Tal S David, MD Course Co-Director: Donald A Wiss, MD

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AAOS Board Preparation and Review Refresher Webinar - Basic Science and Pathology

AAOS Board Preparation and Review: Refresher Webinar- Basic Science and Pathology
Course# 3490 Webinar Jun 21, 2011 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM Central
Course Director: Frank J Frassica, MD
Course Co-Director: A Jay Khanna, MD Dr. Frassica expands these sessions beyond a narrated slide lecture to include interactive test questions and real time feedback. He explains the preferred answers and provides references for additional study. Tabulation graphs of each question compare your score relative to your peers. The first webinar on June 14, focuses on high-yield spine material. In the second webinar on June 21, Dr. Frassica continues the review with focus on basic science and pathology.
Key features of these webinars include: radiographs, histology slides, treatment grids, test-taking skills, and a concise review of basic science. From the convenience of your own computer, review topics in pathology, basic science, and spine that you need for the examination.
This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to:
* Interpret radiological and histological images
* Discuss pathology and basic science unknowns
* Acquire increased knowledge on histology drill and treatment grid
* Review basic science for bone, cartilage, growth plate, nerve tendons, and ligaments

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AAOS Board Preparation and Review Refresher Webinar - Spine

A great final review before your Part I Examination Keep the important topics fresh and top-of-mind by attending these two AAOS webinar before you sit for Part I of the ABOS Certification Examination! These webinars reinforce the material presented during the AAOS Board Preparation and Review course held April 13-17, 2011, and supplement your study efforts.
Dr. Frassica expands these sessions beyond a narrated slide lecture to include interactive test questions and real time feedback. He explains the preferred answers and provides references for additional study. Tabulation graphs of each question compare your score relative to your peers. The first webinar on June 14, focuses on high-yield spine material. In the second webinar on June 21, Dr. Frassica continues the review with focus on basic science and pathology.
Key features of these webinars include: radiographs, histology slides, treatment grids, test-taking skills, and a concise review of basic science. From the convenience of your own computer, review topics in pathology, basic science, and spine that you need for the examination.
AAOS Board Preparation and Review: Refresher Webinar - Spine
Course# 3491 Webinar
Course Director: Frank J Frassica, MD
Course Co-Director: A Jay Khanna, MD
Jun 14, 2011 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM Central

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AAOS Course for Orthopaedic Educators

This course is designed for orthopaedic surgeons who are orthopaedic educators, residency program directors, instructional course chairs, or otherwise responsible for orthopaedic education. The accelerated 4.5 day program will keep you on the cutting edge of today’s most important educational developments. Small group discussions, lectures and problem-solving exercises give you the tools to facilitate resident learning, evaluate resident and program goals and problems, and address important considerations in academic faculty career development. You’ll learn a variety of approaches to teach orthopaedic residents and communicate educational concepts and proposals to students, peers, and leaders.
44th Annual AAOS Course for Orthopaedic Educators
Course# 3474 Date Oct 23 - Oct 27, 2011 5:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Course Location/Housing: Hilton Chicago/Indian Lakes Resort 250 W. Schick Road Bloomingdale, IL Course Director: Kevin P Black, MD
Course Co-Directors: Edmund R Campion, MD; Stephen J Pinney, MD

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AAOS Management of Distal Radius Fractures and Complications

This webinar re-introduces the concept of tailored treatment for distal radius fractures. We will also address the general biomechanical principles of fixation and the management of early mal-unions. Avoidance and recognition of complications will be emphasized. Webinar attendees will be shown examples of Dorsal, Volar, External, and IM fixation.
AAOS Management of Distal Radius Fractures and Complications
Course# 3494 Webinar
Date Nov 16, 2011 7:15 PM - 8:45 PM Central
Course Director: Matthew D Putnam, MD

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AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics & Workers' Compensation Course

Bridging the gap between healthcare and workplace injuries
In handling work-related injuries, your patient care role expands beyond clinical treatment to incorporate legal, administrative, ethical, and insurance issues. For over a decade, orthopaedic surgeons and other health care professionals have turned to this course to increase their effectiveness in understanding and handling the elements of workers' compensation cases.
Dr. Melhorn and an expert group of returning and new faculty give a fresh perspective to the treatment options that help you improve outcomes for work-related injuries. The faculty guides you through patient care management with stay-at-work and return-to-work options, and effective strategies for handling the non-medical issues associated with workers' compensation.
13th Annual AAOS Occupational Orthopaedics & Workers' Compensation Course: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Course# 3475
Course Location/Housing: JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa
221 N. Rampart Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89145
Date Nov 4 - Nov 6, 2011 6:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Course Director: J Mark Melhorn, MD
Course Co-Director: James B Talmage, MD

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AAOS One Day Part II 2011 Board Certification Review Course June 24

If you are in your final steps of preparing for the 2011 Part II Board Examination, this course is your answer! From case selection and submission to case defense, there are multiple steps that you must successfully navigate to attain ABOS certification. Focus your preparation for the oral examination with this special one-day Academy course, as board certified Academy Fellows explain the keys to a successful examination outcome, reveal common mistakes, and help you build plans to avoid trouble. Through a combination of lectures, panel discussions, and mock oral examination sessions, your faculty guides you through the examination process, giving you a keen understanding of case presentation and defense.
AAOS One Day Part II 2011 Board Certification Review Course
Course# 3463
Jun 24, 2011 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Daniel Zelazny, MD

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AAOS One Day Part II 2011 Board Certification Review Course June 25

If you are in your final steps of preparing for the 2011 Part II Board Examination, this course is your answer! From case selection and submission to case defense, there are multiple steps that you must successfully navigate to attain ABOS certification. Focus your preparation for the oral examination with this special one-day Academy course, as board certified Academy Fellows explain the keys to a successful examination outcome, reveal common mistakes, and help you build plans to avoid trouble. Through a combination of lectures, panel discussions, and mock oral examination sessions, your faculty guides you through the examination process, giving you a keen understanding of case presentation and defense.
AAOS One Day Part II 2011 Board Certification Review Course Course# 3464 Jun 25, 2011 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Rosemont, IL
Course Director: Daniel Zelazny, MD

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AAOS POSNA Five Pediatric Orthopaedic Problems

This webinar includes lectures and case formats of common pediatric orthopaedic emergencies. Physical diagnosis, laboratory evaluation, radiographic studies and treatment options will be discussed. Also, diagnostic and treatment algorithms will be presented. Finally, discussion with participants to include polls and discussions will be encouraged.
AAOS/POSNA Five Pediatric Orthopaedic Problems that Should Get you out of Bed at Night Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America
Course# 3493 Webinar Date Oct 18, 2011 7:15 PM - 9:00 PM Central
Course Director: Todd A Milbrandt, MD

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