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  • Welcome to the website of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), a world leader in sports medicine education, research, communication, and fellowship. Founded in 1972, AOSSM is an international organization of orthopaedic surgeons and other allied health professionals dedicated to sports medicine. Our members are physicians helping weekend warriors cope with the effects of aging, team doctors ensuring health and safety at all levels of sport and researchers working to help athletes prevent and manage injury. In short, sports medicine is more than our members’ job - it is their passion.


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    Note for Specialty Day Attendees
    Materials for the AOSSM afternoon session require an internet connection for download. We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Reserve Annual Meeting Housing Today!

    Attending the 2015 meeting in Orlando? Take advantage of the AOSSM group rate and book your room early!

    Surgical Skills Course Sold Out

    The hip course, April 10-12 at the OLC is now sold out. To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Michelle Schaffer or call the Society.

    Boost Your Practice with Social Media
    How can Twitter be valuable for a sports medicine specialist? Download Dr. David Geier's video with tips and advice for getting started.
    Get Involved with the AAOS

    The AAOS is looking for sports medicine specialists to serve on their Program Committee. Learn more before the April 2nd deadline.

    Exhibitor Store Now Available

    Want to increase your company's visibility in the sports medicine world? Reserve your space at the 2015 Annual Meeting with our Online Store!

    New from OJSM

    Are athletes undergoing ACL surgery more frequently? Research from the University of Miami explores some recent trends.

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