29th Annual Tampa Shoulder Course: Arthroplasty & Sports

02/23/23 – 02/25/23
JW Marriott | Tampa, FL

Keywords: Orthopedics CME Shoulder Arthroplasty

Product ID: FTS23

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DescriptionPriceQuantity
Early-Bird In-Person Registration ⇩
(Fees increasing on December 1)
  
Physicians$ 895
Residents *$ 250
Fellows *$ 250
Allied Health (Nurse, NP, PA, PT, PharmD)$ 495
Bioskills Lab Registration ⇩  
Physicians$ 350
Residents *$ 150
Fellows *$ 150

Note: The bioskills lab is open to practicing physicians, fellows, and residents only.

  
Early-Bird Live Webcast Registration ⇩
(Fees increasing on December 1)
  
Physicians$ 1295
Residents *$ 350
Fellows *$ 350
Allied Health (Nurse, NP, PA, PT, PharmD)$ 795

* Must provide letter from your director certifying status WITHIN 7 DAYS of your registration or you will be charged the ADDITIONAL FEE. Please email letter to info@edusymp.com.

  
About the Meeting:

The Tampa Shoulder Course: Arthroplasty & Sports will provide advanced training on the diagnosis and treatment of common and complex shoulder and elbow conditions. Through a mix of didactic presentations, debates, and case-based panel discussions, the expert faculty will share their insights on surgical and non-surgical management options for patients with glenohumeral osteoarthritis, instability with and without bone loss, proximal humerus fractures, massive rotator cuff tears, recurrent dislocations, and more.

New for 2023: Technical Tips Thursday: Get game-changing surgical pearls from our renowned faculty with 18 Technical Tips sessions in the morning, then participate in a hands-on bioskills session highlighting arthroplasty techniques in the afternoon (separate fee for the lab).
 

Target Audience
Orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, residents, physical therapists, and other healthcare professionals whose scope of practice includes management of shoulder and elbow conditions and injuries.

Educational Objectives

Attendees should, at the completion of this course, be able to:
 
Apply innovative methods of assessment and management to various shoulder and elbow disorders

Apply current concepts when performing total elbow arthroplasty

Consider postoperative complications and outcomes for anatomic and reverse shoulder arthroplasty

Identify humeral and glenoid bone loss in patients undergoing anatomic or reverse shoulder arthroplasty and develop strategies to manage this issue during surgery

Develop strategies for the treatment of shoulder instability

Assess the options for the treatment of massive rotator cuff tears

No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity.

ADA Compliance
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Disclaimer
FORE as planner and presenter of this meeting, claims no liability for the acts of any suppliers or the safety of any attendees while in transit to, from, or during this event or any optional activities. The total amount of liability, if any, for the meeting organizer is limited to a refund of the registration fee.

Cancellations
In-Person Registrations: For a full refund, cancel your registration by close of business on Monday, January 23, 2023, by calling 813-806-1000, or by sending an email to cancel@edusymp.com. Cancellations received after January 23, 2023, will not receive a refund. No‐shows will not receive a refund. You may also transfer your in-person registration to virtual registration by calling 813-806-1000, or by sending an email to cancel@edusymp.com by Monday, January 23, 2023.
 
Virtual Registrations: For a full refund, cancel your registration by close of business on Monday, January 23, 2023, by calling 813-806-1000, or by sending an email to cancel@edusymp.com. Cancellations received after Monday, January 23, 2023, will not receive a refund. No‐shows will not receive a refund.
 
FORE reserves the right to cancel this program due to unforeseen circumstances, in which case a full refund of registration fees will be given to participants. FORE will not be responsible for travel expenses incurred by the participant in the unlikely event that the Program is canceled.

Registration Information
Tuition for live conference includes all course materials and breakfast, lunch, and coffee breaks each day. Early registration is strongly suggested. Minimum and maximum attendance levels have been established for this meeting. If your registration cannot be accepted, you will be issued a full tuition refund.
 
Tuition for live webcast includes participation for one registrant. Each registrant must sign-in on a separate computer to receive credit. Prior to the meeting we will send you further information about the log in process.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2023
7:00-8:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast for Registrants
   
  TECHNICAL TIPS SESSION
   
7:50–8:00 Welcome and Morning Announcements
  Moderator
   
8:00–8:08 How to Do Subscap-Sparing TSA
  Mark A. Mighell, MD and Peter N. Chalmers, MD
   
8:08–8:16 How I Do an IM Nail for Humeral Shaft Fracture
Hassan R. Mir, MD, MBA
   
8:16–8:24 Steps to Remove a Well-Fixed Humeral Stem
  Caroline Chebli, MD
   
8:24–8:32 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
8:32–8:40 How I Do an IM Nail for Proximal Humeral Fractures: When and How
  Armodios M. Hatzidakis, MD
   
8:40–8:48 Dual Plating of Proximal Humeral Fractures: When and How
  Jack Kazanjian, DO, FAOAO
   
8:48–8:56 How to Hit the Alternate Spine Line in Glenoid Bone Loss Cases
  Derek J. Cuff, MD
   
8:56–9:04 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
9:04–9:12 Bankart and Remplissage: My 2023 Technique Pearls
  Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD
   
9:12–9:20 My Current Favorite Cuff Repair Technique
  Kevin F. Bonner, MD
   
9:20–9:28 Tips for How I Do My Open Latarjet
  Spero G. Karas, MD
   
9:28–9:36 Tips for How I Do an Arthroscopic Latarjet
  Laurent Lafosse, MD
   
9:36–9:44 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
9:44–9:59 Coffee Break 
   
9:59–10:07 Technical Tips to Use a Proximal Humeral Bone Graft for Humeral Bone Loss
  Mark A. Frankle, MD
   
10:07–10:15 Technical Tips for Lower Trap Transfer
  Jay D. Keener, MD
   
10:15–10:23 Technical Tips for Distal Biceps Repair
  Paul M. Sethi, MD
   
10:23–10:31 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
10:31–10:39 My Best Tips for Difficulty Glenoid Exposure
  Julie Y. Bishop, MD
   
10:39–10:47 Technical Tips for Treating a Terrible Triad Elbow Injury
  Mark E. Morrey, MD
   
10:47–10:55 Tricks for Revision Exposure for Shoulder Arthroplasty
  George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
   
10:55–11:03 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
11:03–11:11 My Tips for Bone Grafting a Glenoid Defect
  Grant E. Garrigues, MD
   
11:11–11:19 How I do Glenohumeral Cerclage for Recurrent Instability
  Robert Z. Tashjian, MD
   
11:19–11:27 My Tips for Repairing a Periprosthetic Humeral Fracture
  Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD, PhD
   
11:27–11:35 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
11:35 End of Session
  Transition to Five Labs for Lunch and Optional Industry Lab (Transportation to Five Labs will be Provided)
   
   
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2023
7:00-8:00 AM Continental Breakfast for Registrants
   
8:00–8:08 CT vs. MRI: What Is the Optimal Preoperative Arthroplasty Imaging Study?
  Peter N. Chalmers, MD
   
8:08–8:16 Metal Allergies: How to Work-Up, and is This Real or Not?
  Matthew D. Saltzman, MD
   
8:16–8:24 Anatomic TSA Glenoids: Onlay vs. Inlay
  Robert Z. Tashjian, MD
   
8:24–8:32 ATSA Humeral Components: Stemless, Short Stem and Standard Stems - Where are We?
  T. Bradley Edwards, MD
   
8:32–8:40 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
8:40–9:05 Case Presentations: B2 Glenoid Cases with an Intact Cuff
 
Moderator: Joseph A. Abboud, MD
Panel: Mark A. Frankle, MD, Gregory Nicholson, MD, Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, Ph.D,
David  M. Dines, MD, Frances Cuomo, MD, Laurent Lafosse, MD
   
9:05–9:13 Outpatient Total shoulder Arthroplasty: Risk Stratification and Patient Selection
  Grant E. Garrigues, MD
   
9:13–9:21 Glenohumeral Arthritis: What Factors Make Me Default to RSA?
  Jay D. Keener, MD
   
9:21–9:29 Mixed Reality in Shoulder Arthroplasty: How I'm Currently Using it and What is Next
  George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
   
9:29–9:37 How I Try to Prevent Infection in Shoulder Arthroplasty: Current Data and What I Do
  Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
   
9:37–9:45 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
9:45–10:15 Coffee Break
   
10:15–10:30 Main Stage Talk 
  Sponsored By: TBD
  (not accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM)
   
10:30–11:00 Coffee Break
   
11:00–11:08 Intraoperative Assessment of RSA Stability and Impingement: What Do I Look For?
  Evan S. Lederman, MD
   
11:08–11:16 Painful Non-Infected RSA: Causes, Work Up and What Next
  Thomas W. Wright, MD
   
11:16–11:24 ?RSA Humeral Design Features: Inlay vs. Onlay, and What About Stem Length (Standard, Short, Stemless)
  Evan S. Lederman, MD 
   
11:24–11:32 Acromial Fracture After RSA: Updated Classification and Treatment Options
  Jonathan C. Levy, MD, FAAOS
   
11:32–11:40 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
11:40–12:00 Case Presentations: Dislocated RSA: Why and What Next?
 
Moderator: Richard J. Friedman, MD, FRCSC 
Panel: Julie Y. Bishop, MD, Vani J. Sabesan, MD, Kevin J. Cronin, MD, Armodios M. Hatzidakis, MD,
Matthew P. Willis, MD, Samer S. Hasan, MD, PhD
   
12:00–12:30 PM Break
   
12:30-1:30 Main Stage Talk
  Sponsored By: TBD
  (not accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM)
   
1:30-2:00 Break
   
2:00-2:08 Failed TSA with a Loose Glenoid: My Steps for Revision to RSA
  Gregory Nicholson, MD
   
2:08-2:16 RSA Longevity: How will the RSA Fail?
  Derek J. Cuff, MD
   
2:16-2:24 Revising a Failed RSA: My Experience and Outcomes
  Mark A. Frankle, MD
   
2:24-2:32 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
2:32-2:52 Case Presentations: Disaster Cases and Salvage Options
 
Moderator: Eric T. Ricchetti, MD
Panel: G. Dean Harter, MD, Richard J. Friedman, MD, FRCSC, Mark A. Frankle, MD,
Joseph P. Iannotti, MD, Ph.D, Thomas W. Wright, MD, David  M. Dines, MD
   
2:52-3:07 Break
   
  TRAUMA SESSION
   
3:07-3:15 Operative vs. Non-operative Midshaft Clavicle Fractures: How to Decide and What to Tell Patients
  Michael McKee, MD
   
3:15-3:23 Operative vs. Non-operative Proximal Humerus Fractures: How to Decide and What to Tell Patients
  Caroline Chebli, MD
   
3:23-3:31 Revision of Failed Non-operative or ORIF Proximal Humerus to Arthroplasty: Tips for Success
  G. Dean Harter, MD
   
3:31-3:51 Case Presentations: Clavicle, Proximal Humerus Young and Old
 
Moderator: Frank Liporace, MD 
Panel: Vani J. Sabesan, MD, Kevin J. Cronin, MD, Matthew P. Willis, MD
   
3:51-3:59 Operative vs. Non-operative Humeral Shaft Fractures: How to Decide and What to Tell Patients
  Hassan R. Mir, MD, MBA
   
3:59-4:07 Fixation of Humeral Shaft Fractures: Tips for Plating and Nailing
  Frank Liporace, MD
   
4:07-4:15 Periprosthetic Humerus (Shoulder and Elbow) Fractures: Fix vs. Revise and Tips for Success
  George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
   
4:15-4:35 Case Presentations: Humeral Shaft, Humeral Shaft Nonunion and Periprosthetic Fractures
 
Moderator: William Ricci, MD
Panel: Armodios M. Hatzidakis, MD, Evan S. Lederman, MD, Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
   
4:35-4:43 Distal Humerus Fractures: Tips for Successful ORIF and Role of Arthroplasty
  Jack Kazanjian, DO, FAOAO
   
4:43-4:51 Elbow Fracture-Dislocations: Tips to Get Them Congruent and Stable
  Michael McKee, MD
   
4:51-4:59 Management of Complications (Stiffness, HO, Instability) Following Elbow Trauma
  Mark E. Morrey, MD
   
4:59-5:19 Case Presentations: Distal Humerus, Terrible Triad and Late Complications
 
Moderator: Michael McKee, MD 
Panel: Hassan R. Mir, MD, MBA, Frank Liporace, MD William Ricci, MD 
   
5:19 End of Session
   
   
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2023
7:30-8:00 AM Continental Breakfast for Registrants
   
  SPORTS SESSION
   
7:55-8:00 Morning Announcements
  Moderator: Kevin Bonner, MD
   
8:00-8:08 Bone Loss in Instability: Measuring and Understanding Tracks
  Christopher E. Baker, MD
   
8:08-8:16 First Time Dislocators: Who Should Get Surgery?
  Julie Y. Bishop, MD
   
8:16-8:24 Contemporary Bankart Repairs: Do They Differ From the Past?
  Paul M. Sethi, MD
   
8:24-8:32 Subcritical Bone Loss: Matching the Best Surgical Procedure to Your Patient
  Jeffrey S. Abrams, MD
   
8:32-8:40 Restoring Bone Loss: Options and What I'm Doing Now
  T. Bradley Edwards, MD
   
8:40-8:48 Latarjet Dilemmas: Intraoperative and Postoperative Management of Complications
  Laurent Lafosse, MD
   
8:48-8:56 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
8:56-9:16 Case Presentations: Controversies in Shoulder Instability
 
Moderator: Michael O'Brien, MD
Panel: Laurent Lafosse, MD, Julie Y. Bishop, MD, Paul M. Sethi, MD, T. Bradley Edwards, MD,
Grant E. Garrigues, MD, Spero G. Karas, MD, John D. Kelly, MD
   
9:16-9:24 Current Management of UCL Tears: From Partial to Complete
  Mark E. Morrey, MD
   
9:24-9:32 SLAP Tear in a Young Patient: Who Needs a SLAP Repair, Tenodesis, Both, or Nothing?
  David  M. Dines, MD
   
9:32-9:40 Biceps Tenodesis: So Many Ways -  What Does the Latest Evidence Say?
  Grant E. Garrigues, MD
   
9:40-9:48 My Latest Acromioclavicular Reconstruction Technique: My Evolution and Rationale
  Spero G. Karas, MD
   
9:48-9:56 The Young and Active Degenerative Shoulder - Not Happy: The Current Role of Arthroscopic Surgery
  Peter N. Chalmers, MD
   
9:56-10:04 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
10:04-10:34 Coffee Break
   
10:34-10:49 Main Stage Talk
  Sponsored By: TBD
  (not accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM)
   
10:49-10:57 Surgery vs. Rehab? 2023 In-Office Decision-Making for Rotator Cuff Tears: What I'm Recommending
  Jay D. Keener, MD
   
10:57-11:05 Contemporary RC Repair Techniques: Knots, Anchors, Rows - Does It Make a Difference?
  Jack Kazanjian, DO, FAOAO
   
11:05-11:13 My 5 Arthroscopic Cuff Repair Tips to Make Your Life Simple
  Kevin F. Bonner, MD
   
11:13-11:21 Bioinductive Scaffolds Are Proliferating: Are They Efficacious and Cost Effective?
  Robert Z. Tashjian, MD
   
11:21-11:29 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
11:29-11:49 Case Presentations: Rotator Cuff / Biceps/ Throwing Shoulder
 
Moderator: Paul M. Sethi, MD 
Panel: Spero G. Karas, MD, David M. Dines, MD, Jay D. Keener, MD,
Jack Kazanjian, DO, FAOAO, Peter N. Chalmers, MD
   
11:49-12:49 Break
   
12:49-1:49 PM Main Stage Talk
  Sponsored By: TBD
  (not accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM)
   
1:49-2:19 Break
   
2:19-2:27 Evaluating the Massive Cuff: What Factors Drive My Decision Making
  Samer S. Hasan, M,D., PhD
   
2:27-2:35 SCR in the U.S.: What's Happening Now?
  John D. Kelly, MD
   
2:35-2:43 Balloon Update: Is It as Good as They Say?
  Joseph A. Abboud, MD
   
2:43-2:51 Tendon Transfers: Who, When, and How Often are They Really Done?
  Surena Namdari, MD, MSc
   
2:51-2:59 Partial Repair/ Debridement: Cost Effective and Good Enough for Most
  Frances Cuomo, MD
   
2:59-3:07 Question and Answer Session
  Faculty
   
3:07-3:27 Case Presentations: The Massive Cuff Quandary - So Many Conflicting Opinions
 
Moderator: Grant E. Garrigues, MD
Panel: Laurent Lafosse, MD, Samer S. Hasan, MD, PhD, Joseph A. Abboud, MD, Surena Namdari, MD, MSc, George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC, Frances Cuomo, MD, John D. Kelly, MD  
   
3:27-3:35 Degenerative Shoulder With RC/ Biceps Pathology: Scope vs. Arthroplasty in the "Tweener" - My Decision Making
  George S. Athwal, MD, FRCSC
   
3:35-3:43 My Postop RC Repair Rehab Rx: What I'm doing Now (Stiff, Standard and Massive)
  Michael O'Brien, MD
   
3:43-3:51 Question and Answer Session
  Moderator and Faculty
   
3:51 End of Program

Topics and Faculty Subject to Change

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FLIGHTS
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