Agenda

As of 10/1/15

Thursday, January 28, 2016
5:30-8:00 pm Registration
8:00-10:00 pm

Cocktails & Complex Case Presentations
Moderator: Eric Edmonds, MD

Case #1: Hamstring Avulsion
Case #2: Clavicle Fracture
Case #3: Hip Impingement
Case #4: Knee OCD
Case #5: Elbow OCD
Case #6: Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome
Case #7: Discoid Menisci
Case #8: Glenoid OCD
Case #9: Knee Contracture
Case #10: Talus OCD
Case #11: Recurvantum

Friday, January 29, 2016
7:00 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
7:45 am Welcome & Introduction to Scientific Program, Mininder Kocher, MD; Benton Heyworth, MD
ICLS - TEAM COVERAGE & UPPER EXTREMITY
(7-8 minute talks)
8:00 am

TEAM COVERAGE
Moderator: Pierre d’Hemecourt, MD

  • Sideline Emergencies, James MacDonald, MD
  • The ATC Perspective: What's In My Bag? Kevin Messey, MS, ATC
  • Youth Sports Concussion: Assessment Tools in 2016, Christina Master, MD CAQSM
  • How Professional Coverage is Different than High School Coverage, James Voos, MD
8:30 am

SHOULDER INSTABILITY
Moderator: Theodore Ganley, MD

  • Failed Arthroscopic Bankart – Revision AS Bankart, Matthew Milewski, MD
  • Failed Arthroscopic Bankart – Open Bankart, Henry Ellis, MD
  • Failed Arthroscopic Bankart – Open Latarjet, Cliff Willimon, MD
9:00 am

UPPER EXTREMITY

  • Principles of Shoulder Rehabilitation, Mark Paterno, PT, PhD, MBA, SCS, ATC
  • Simplifying the Shoulder MRI/MR-Arthrogram, Andrew Zbojniewicz, MD
  • UCL - Does Every Tear Really Need a Tommy John? Mininder Kocher, MD
  • Elbow OCD Treatment: What Does the Evidence Tell Us in 2016? Carl Nissen, MD
  • Principles of Elbow Rehabilitation, Kristina Parvanta, ATC, MPA
10:00 am Break
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
(Group brainstorming to generate presentations for next day)
10:15 am
  1. 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons I Work With Did/Knew Better – PT / ATC Perspective, Kenneth Rogers, PhD, ATC
  2. 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons We Work With Did/Knew Better - Primary Care SM MD Perspective, Michael Beasley, MD
  3. 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons We Work With Did/Knew Better - MSK Radiologists, Andrew Zbojniewicz, MD
  4. 15 Things We Wish the ATCs/PTs (5), MSK-R's (5), and Primary Care SM MDs (5) We Work With Did/Knew Better, Lucas Murnaghan, MD
BREAKOUT SESSIONS:  ICLS - UPPER EXTREMITY
11:00 am
  1. Primary Care, ATC, PT, MSK-R - UE
    (7-8 Minutes Each)
    Moderator: Mark Paterno PT, PhD, MBA, SCS, ATC
  • Which Shoulder PE Maneuvers Should I Really be Using and When? James MacDonald, MD
  • Reducing a GH Dislocation on the Field/Sideline, Michael Beasley, MD
  • US Techniques in the Shoulder, Andrea Stracciolini, MD
  • US Techniques in the Elbow, Patricia Delzell, MD
  • What Can PRB/BMAS/Stem Cell Injections Really do for Our Patients? Pierre d’Hemecourt, MD
  • Diagnostic Workup, Non-Operative Treatment & Rehab of Exertional Compartment Syndrome, Anthony Luke, MPH, MD
  1. Surgeons – Technique Presentations
    (7-8 Minutes Each)
    Moderator: Carl Nissen, MD
  • Clavicle Shaft – Plate, Andrew Pennock, MD
  • Clavicle Shaft – IM Nail, Daryl Osbahr, MD
  • Acute AC Joint – Suture-Based Repair, Melissa Christino, MD
  • Chronic AC Joint – Graft Reconstruction, Jay Albright, MD
  • UCL – Docking Technique, J. Lee Pace, MD
  • UCL – Interference Screw, Eric Edmonds, MD
12:00 pm Lunch Break
POINT COUNTERPOINT (Evidence-Based Debate)
Moderator: John Polousky, MD
(7-8 Minutes Each)
1:00 pm
  1. Primary GH Instability Episode
    1. Fix, Cordelia Carter, MD
    2. Rehab, Mark Paterno PT, PhD, MBA, SCS, ATC
  2. Type 3 AC Separation
    1. Fix, Paul Saluan, MD
    2. Rehab, Jessica Laniak, PT, DPT, OCS
  3. Post-Concussion RTP
    1. Exertional/Vestibular Data is the Key, David Howell, PhD, ATC
    2. Impact Scores & Visual Data are the Key, Christina Master, MD
  4. Medial Epicondyle Fx in Non-Thrower/Gymnast
    1. Fix, Patrick Riley, MD
    2. Rehab, Albert Pendleton, MD
2:40 pm Break
ORIGINAL/SCIENTIFIC PAPER PRESENTATION (UE & PREVENTION)
Moderator: Kenneth Rogers, PhD ATC
(4 Minutes Each)
3:00 pm

Surgical Treatment for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome (CECS) In Pediatric Patients, Jennifer Beck, MD

Validating Injury Assessment in Adolescent Baseball Players: The Youth Throwing Score (YTS), Charles Popkin, MD

Pre and Post Season Elbow MRI Studies in Little League Players: A Longitudinal Study, Andrew Pennock, MD

Operative Treatment of Unidirectional Posterior Glenohumoral Instability in Adolescent Athletes, Benton Heyworth, MD

Discussion: Questions and Answers

The Association of Sport Specialization and Number Of Competitions with the History of Lower Extremity Injury in Adolescent Athletes, Timothy Mcguine, PhD, ATC

The Association between Sport Volume Recommendations and History of Injury in Adolescent Athletes, David R. Bell, PhD, ATC

Sports Specialization and History of Sports-Related Injury in Collegiate Athletes, Katherine H. Rizzone, MD

AMCAMP: A New Tool for Measuring Adolescent Self-Confidence in Musculoskeletal Performance, Keith May, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS

Discussion: Questions and Answers

Cost Savings from Utilization of an Ambulatory Surgery Center for Orthopaedic Sports Day Surgery, Peter D. Fabricant, MD

Meta-Analysis and Economic Decision Model for First-Time Traumatic Patella Dislocation in Children & Adolescents, Benedict Nwachukwu, MD

Distal Femoral Osteotomy to Treat Patellar Instability in Adolescents with Valgus Lower Extremity Alignment, Philip Wilson, MD

Anatomic Variation of the Anterolateral Ligament of the Knee in Pediatric Specimens, Peter Cannamela, MD

Lateral Radiographic Landmarks for ACL and LCL Footprint Origins During All-Epiphyseal Femoral Drilling In Skeletally Immature Knees, Kevin Shea, MD

Discussion: Questions and Answers

4:30 pm Adjourn
6:00-7:00 pm Networking Reception
Saturday, January 30, 2016
7:00 am Registration & Continental Breakfast
ICLs - INJURY PREVENTION AND LOWER EXTREMITY
Moderator: Theodore Ganley
(7-8 minutes each)
8:00 am
  • Basic Principles of the Office-Based Gait Assessment, Angela Smith, MD
  • Basic Principles of Video-Based Running Gait Analysis, Emily Hanson, ATC, LAT
  • Basic Principles & 5 Things Everyone Should Know about a Metabolic Bone Workup, Kathryn Ackerman, MD
  • Basic Principles & 5 Things Everyone Should Know about Nutrition/Supplements in 2016, Laura Moretti
  • Thinking Outside of FAI - Rare but important Hip Arthroscopy & Illustrative cases, Jeff Nepple
  • My 3 Most Challenging Hip Scope Cases (and What I Learned), Jeremy Frank, MD
  • How We Do RTP Evaluation After ACL-R at BCH (Technological Resources & Clinical Takeaways), Dai Sugimoto, MD
  • How We Do RTP Evaluation After ACL-R (Differently) at HSS, Kelsie Ganshert
  • How We Do RTP Evaluation After ACL-R (Differently) at CCMC, Greg Meyer
  • Exertional Compartment Syndrome: Should We Really Be Doing Fasciotomies? Jennifer Beck, MD
  • My 3 Most Challenging Ankle Instability Cases (and What I Learned), Mike Busch, MD
  • Ankle rehab: Dispelling Common Myths & 5 Things Everyone Should Know, Kenneth Rogers, PhD, ATC
10:00 am Break
RESULTS FROM THE BREAKOUT SESSIONS
(Each breakout group presents their brief 10 minute PowerPoint outlining the results of their group's discussion)
10:20 am
  • 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons I Work With Did/Knew Better – PT/ATC Perspective, Kenneth Rogers, PhD, ATC
  • 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons I Work With Did/Knew Better –Primary Care SM MD Perspective, Michael Beasley, MD
  • 10 Things We Wish the Surgeons I Work With Did/Knew Better – MSK Radiologist, Andrew Zbojniewicz, MD
  • 15 Things We Wish the ATCs/PTs, MSK-Rs, and Primary Care SM MDs I Work With Did/Knew Better, Lucas Murnaghan, MD
STUDY GROUP UPDATES: Where are We with Multi-Center Research in 2016 and Where Should PRISM Go in the Future?
(10 minute talks)
11:05 am
  • ROCK/OCD, James Carey, MD, MPH
  • PLUTO/ACL, Min Kocher, MD
  • FACTS/Clavicle, Ben Heyworth, MD
  • PRISM/ABOS, Kevin Shea, MD
  • Medial Epicondyle, Todd Lawrence
  • The Value of Single-Center Research & the BEAR ACL Repair Trial, Lyle Micheli, MD
  • PRISM - Future Study Ideas (Bankart, Brostrom, Ischial tuberosity apophyseal avulsions)

    • Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
    • The future of Healthcare (Value-Based Care, Bundled Payments)…What Can We Do to Influence The Future? Kevin Shea, MD
11:40 am

PRISM - Future Study Ideas (Bankart, Brostrom, Ischial tuberosity apophyseal avulsions)

  • Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
  • The Future of Healthcare (Value-Based Care, Bundled Payments)…What Can We Do to Influence the Future? Kevin Shea
12:15 pm Lunch On Your Own
ORIGINAL/SCIENTIFIC PAPER PRESENTATIONS (LE, IMAGING)
Moderator: Jay Albright, MD
(4 Minutes Each)
1:00 pm

Early Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Combined Hip Arthroscopy and Periacetabular Osteotomy, Jeffrey Nepple

Hip Arthroscopy with Femoral Osteochondroplasty in Adolescents: Clinical And Radiographic, Outcomes And The Incidence Of Cam Recurrence, Stephanie Mayer, MD

Comparison of Femoral Neck Stress Fractures in Pediatric Versus Young Adult Athletes, Kathryn Ackerman, MD

Discussion: Questions and Answers

Risk of Osteochondritis Dissecans Lesions in Families of Affected Patients: A Pedigree Analysis, Theodore Ganley

Comparative CT Identification and Healing Progression of OCD Lesions in Children and Piglets, Kristin Olstad

Non-Operative Treatment Outcomes of Stable Juvenile Osteochondritis Dissecans Lesions of The Knee, Frances Tepolt

The Reliability of Assessing Radiographic Healing Of Osteochondritis Dissecans of the Knee, Eric Wall       

Discussion: Questions and Answers

The Impact of a National Body Checking Policy on the Risk of Injury and Concussion in Youth Ice Hockey, Amanda Black

Vestibular Rehabilitation in Children Following Concussion, Eileen Storey

Use of Ecologic Momentary Assessment to Compare Daily Physical and Cognitive Activity with Symptoms in Pediatric Patients with Concussion, Christina L. Master

Modified Brief Vestibular Oculomotor Screen (Mvoms) is Useful in Identifying Vision Diagnoses in Children with Concussion, Matthew Grady

Discussion: Questions and Answers

Single Leg Hop Asymmetry Predicts Musculoskeletal Lower Extremity Injury Risk in High School Athletes: The FPPE Project, Dan Clifton

Effect of Autograft Type on Thigh Circumference, Knee Range of Motion, Strength, Balance, and Hop Tests in Adolescent Males 6 Months Following ACL Reconstruction, Dai Sugimoto

Functional and Psychological Readiness Outcomes Can Help Predict Return to Sport Following ACL Reconstruction in Adolescent Athletes, Matthew Milewski

Recovery of Psychological Readiness May Differ Between Genders Following ACL Reconstruction in Adolescent Athletes, Regina Kostyun

Revision ACL Reconstruction in Children and Adolescents, Melissa Christino
Bridge-Enhanced ACL Repair: Early Results of the First In-Human Study,
Lyle Micheli

Discussion: Questions and Answers

2:45 pm Break
3:00 pm Awards for Best Paper, Jay Albright, MD
POINT COUNTERPOINT (Evidence-Based Debate)
Moderator: Kenneth Rogers, PhD ATC
(7-8 Minutes Each)
3:15 pm
  1. Meniscus Repair
    1. We Should Be Doing Inside-Out for Kids (literature review & technical pearls)
    2. Inside-Out is Just as Good (literature review & technical pearls)
  2. Spondylolysis
    1. Bracing Allows for Return to Play, Pierre D’Hemecourt, MD
    2. Prolonged Rest has the Best Results, Jonathan Minor, MD
  3. Patellar Instability
    1. Even Some First Time Dislocators Should Be Stabilized Surgically, Daniel Green, MD
    2. Even Some Recurrent Dislocators Should Be Rehabbed, John Polousky, MD
  4. Indications for FAI
    1. No Adolescents Should Go to Surgery Without a Positive Intra-Articular Injection, Jeffrey Nepple, MD
    2. Indications for FAI:  Most MRIs Can Show Us Injections are Just Delaying the Inevitable, Adding Cost and Morbidity, Yi-Meng Yen
  5. Rehab
    1. Rehab for Reconstructions/Repairs in the Knee: NWB/TDWB is the Worst Thing You Can Do, Tom Iannetta
    2. Rehab for Reconstructions/Repairs in the Knee: NWB/TDWB is a Necessary Evil with Adolescents, Mike Rosenthal              
4:35 pm Discussion
4:45 - 5:00 pm Closing Remarks and Final Adjournment