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Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, February 28, 2009
07:30:00 Welcome and Announcements Christopher D Harner, Freddie H Fu
07:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
07:35:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1: THE TEAM PHYSICIAN James E Carpenter, Daniel Cooper,
07:40:00 Supplements Michael J Stuart
07:45:00 Hand Arthur C. Rettig
07:45:00 ARS Clinical Question
07:50:00 ARS Clinical Question
07:55:00 Hamstring James P Bradley
08:00:00 ARS Clinical Question
08:05:00 Concussion Christopher C. Annunziata
08:10:00 Discussion
08:15:00 ARS Clinical Question
08:20:00 Results of Hip Arthroscopy and Labral Debridement in Patients with Femoroacetabular Impingement Mathew J. White, James S Keene, James J McCarthy
08:25:00 Effect of Osteoarthritis on Outcomes After Arthroscopic Management of Femoracetabular Impingement Christopher M. Larson, M Russell Giveans
08:30:00 Discussion
08:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
08:40:00 The Role of Arthroscopy in the Degenerative Knee: Do We have the Evidence? J. Robert Giffin
08:45:00 Patellofemoral Arthroplasty Versus Total Knee Arthroplasty for Patients with Isolated Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Michael J Stuart, Khaled A. Dajani, Bruce A. Levy, Walid Al Rayashi, Diane L. Dahm
08:50:00 Discussion
08:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
08:55:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 4: PRIMARY ACL RECONSTRUCTION Mark E. Steiner, Darren L. Johnson
09:00:00 Transtibial versus Anteromedial Portal Drilling of the Femoral Tunnel for ACL Reconstruction: A Comparison of Tunnel Length and Obliquity Asheesh Bedi, Brad Raphael, Alex Maderazo, Helene Pavlov, Riley J. Williams III
09:05:00 Anatomic Single-Bundle Versus Double-Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Biomechanical Analysis of Stability Alfred J Cook, Jason L. Koh, Yupeng Ren, Li Qun Zhang
09:10:00 A Long Term Prospective Randomized Study Comparing Biodegradable and Metallic Interference Screws in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Surgery.Radiographic Results and Clinical Outcome Sven Stener, Lars Ejerhed, Ninni Sernert RPT, Jon Karlsson, Lars Rostgård Christensen, Jüri Toomas Kartus, Catarina Kartus RPT
09:15:00 Anatomic ACL: Where Are We Today? Freddie H Fu
09:25:00 Discussion
09:30:00 ARS Clinical Question
09:35:00 Revision ACL Reconstruction: Meniscal Injury Occurrence and Treatment from the Multi-Center ACL Revision Study (MARS) Group Rick W Wright, Kurt P Spindler, Laura J Huston, Amanda K. Haes, Barton Mann
09:40:00 Practice Patterns for Combined Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Meniscal Surgery in the US Volker Musahl, Susan Stewart Jordan, Alexis Colvin, James J Irrgang
09:45:00 Landing Adaptations Following Isolated Lateral Meniscus Tears in Athletes Stephen J Minning, Kevin R Ford, Gregory D Myer, Robert E Mangine, Angelo J Colosimo, Timothy E Hewett
10:00:00 “29881” Versus “29882”: Where Are We? Brian J. Cole
10:10:00 Discussion
10:20:00 Break
10:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
10:40:00 Comparison of Revision Rates in Autograft and Allograft Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Vishal Mehta, Danielle Foster, Cassie Mandala, Timothy S Petsche
10:45:00 Allograft Revision vs. Primary Single Bundle Anterior Cruciate Ligament Eric J. Kropf, Brian Forsythe, Champ L. Baker, James J Irrgang
10:50:00 Discussion
10:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
11:00:00 Load Sharing Between the Posterior Oblique Ligament and Superficial Medial Collateral Ligament Following Medial Knee Injury: A Biomechanical Study. Coen A. Wijdicks, Robert F LaPrade, Steinar Johansen, Lars Engebretsen
11:05:00 Acute Repair versus Reconstruction of Posteromedial and Posterolateral Corners in Multiligament Knee Injury Michael J Stuart, Bruce A. Levy, Diane L. Dahm, Khaled A. Dajani
11:10:00 Discussion
11:20:00 Kennedy Lectureship Scott F Dye
11:40:00 Lunch
12:40:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 8: THE THROWING ATHLETE Christopher S Ahmad, John E Conway
12:45:00 Arthroscopic Capsular Plication in Throwing Athletes Michael J Pagnani
12:45:00 ARS Clinical Question
12:50:00 The Effect of Elbow Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction Upon Rates of Future Injury and Professional Advancement in Players Entering the Major League Baseball Draft Gregory F Carolan, Christopher B. Geary, Daniel Keefe, Heinz R Hoenecke, James Koziol, Jan Fronek
13:00:00 Discussion
13:05:00 ARS Clinical Question
13:05:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 9: ROTATOR CUFF Neal S ElAttrache, Jeffrey R Dugas
13:10:00 The Effect of Abduction on Footprint Contact for Single-Row, Double-Row and Transosseous-Equivalent Rotator Cuff Repair Techniques James E. Tibone, Maxwell C. Park, Chong J Park, Thay Q Lee
13:15:00 Anchor Tensions in Double-Row and Suture-Bridge Rotator Cuff Repair Kevin James Kulwicki, Kirill Ilalov, Young Kwon
13:20:00 Long-Term Outcome of Recurrent Defects After Rotator Cuff Repair Nikhil N Verma, Frank A. Cordasco, David W. Altchek, Christopher C Dodson, Alison Kitay, Joseph Nguyen
13:25:00 Discussion
13:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
13:35:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 10: SLAP LESIONS James E. Tibone, Laurence D Higgins
13:40:00 Lesions of the Biceps Reflection Pulley: Are There Other Common Associated Pathologies? Marilee P Horan, Sepp Braun, Peter J Millett
13:45:00 Arthroscopic Repair Versus Tenodesis of Type IV SLAP Lesions Stefan Weber
13:50:00 Discussion
13:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
13:55:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 11: SHOULDER AND ELBOW COMPLICATIONS George A. Paletta Jr., Augustus D. Mazzocca
14:00:00 The Presentation and Management of Post-Surgical Glenohumeral Chondrolysis in Young Adults Brian J. Cole, Matthew T Provencher, Allison G McNickle, Anthony A Romeo
14:05:00 Complications of Clavicle Fractures Treated with Intramedullary Fixation Peter J Millett, Richard J Hawkins
14:10:00 Is Elbow Arthroscopy Safe in Patients with a Subluxating Ulnar Nerve or Previous Ulnar Nerve Transposition? Deenesh Sahajpal
14:20:00 Shoulder Controversies: Are We Doing Too Many Subacromial Decompressions? William N Levine
14:25:00 Discussion
14:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
14:35:00 SCIENTIFIC SESSION 12: CLINICAL VIGNETTES: RETURN TO PLAY FOLLOWING SPORTS MEDICINE SURGERY
14:35:00 Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction Michael G. Ciccotti
14:45:00 ARS Clinical Question
14:50:00 ACL Reconstruction Frederick M Azar
14:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
15:00:00 Glenohumeral Instability Robert A. Arciero
15:10:00 Discussion
15:15:00 Break
15:30:00 Welcome
15:35:00 The Foot and Ankle in Sports–Who Cares? Why We Need to Pay More Attention to Foot and Ankle Injuries in Sports Robert B Anderson
15:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
15:35:00 ARS Clinical Question
15:40:00 SYMPOSIUM 1: ANKLE INSTABILITY IN 2009 Freddie H Fu
15:45:00 Is the Brostrum Enough or is Augmentation Required? Michael J. Coughlin
15:55:00 Medial Ankle Instability as a Cause of Chronic Disability in the Athlete: You May Not See It But It Sees You! W Hodges Davis
15:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
16:00:00 ARS Clinical Question
16:05:00 Is the Scope Essential in the State of the Art Treatment of Ankle Instability? Annunziato Amendola
16:15:00 Discussion
16:20:00 SYMPOSIUM 2: ADVANCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STRESS FRACTURES Eric C. McCarty
16:20:00 ARS Clinical Question
16:25:00 How Should We Deal with the Failed Jones Fracture? David A. Porter
16:30:00 ARS Clinical Question
16:35:00 Is There Any Question How Navicular Fractures Should Be Treated? Thomas O Clanton
16:40:00 ARS Clinical Question
16:45:00 How Do We Get These Patients Back on the Field the Quickest? Russell F Warren
16:50:00 Discussion
16:55:00 SYMPOSIUM 3: DON’T MISS THE SUBTLE DIASTASIS IN SPORTS – IT WILL HURT! Dean C. Taylor
16:55:00 ARS Clinical Question
17:00:00 Ankle Syndesmotic Injury: Who Needs Surgery, and How Do We Tell the Difference? Rick W Wright
17:10:00 ARS Clinical Question
17:15:00 Subtle Lisfrancs: Don’t Miss It–Do They All Need Surgery, and How Do They Do? James A. Nunley, II,
17:20:00 Discussion
17:30:00 Conference Adjourns
17:30:00 ARS Evaluation Questions
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