Our popular Annual Meeting Instructional Courses are now available online!  View the recorded presentations, take a three- to four-question posttest and complete an evaluation to earn credit towards your Part II MOC CME requirements.  

This is an easy and convenient way to get your Orthopaedic CME credits!

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From Cradle to Grave: How to Deal with a Symptomatic Pat(IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Recognize specific treatment challenges of patellofemoral instability in skeletally immature individuals.
  2. Evaluate simple and complex patellofemoral instabilities and design appropriate treatment plans.
  3. Discuss the concept of patellofemoral risk factors and the major factors that need to be considered when evaluating patellofemoral instability or patellofemoral pain.
  4. Approach new patients presenting with complex patellofemoral pathologies in a structured and scientific manner based on evidence-based concepts.


1.5 CME Credit


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OIC2017C
Articular Cartilage Repair in the High-Demand Patient (IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Discuss the current standards of care in the treatment of articular cartilage defects of the knee.
  2. Describe the appropriate use of imaging studies in the preoperative and postoperative management of patients with articular cartilage defects of the knee.
  3. Explain which surgical strategies and technical approaches work best for a return to athletics in high-demand individuals.
  4. Explain which postoperative rehabilitation strategies work best for a timely return to sport following articular cartilage repair surgery.


1.5 CME Credit


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OIC2017B
The Baseball Thrower: What Can Non-Surgeons Teach Us? (IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Discuss what coaches are using for pitchers’ arm strengthening and maintenance.
  2. Discuss the implications of throwing arm pathology and timing of surgery as it pertains to a college scholarship.
  3. Describe the personalization of rehabilitation for a thrower as it pertains to specific throwing arm injury and degree of treatment.
  4. Discuss pitching mechanics and the aid of coaches and ATCs with prescribing a focused treatment plan.


1.5 CME Credit


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OIC2017A
Surgical Considerations in Revision ACL Reconstruction (IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Discuss preparation and indications for a revision ACL reconstruction as well as trying to determine cause of failure of initial ACL reconstruction
  2. Discuss and address concomitant pathology to reduce failure rate (i.e., multiligamentous instability, malalignment, and meniscal insufficiency)
  3. Review technical tips for surgeons: “How to approach the revision ACL on the day of surgery”


1.5 CME Credit


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OIC2016D
Challenging Cases in Shoulder Instability (IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the advantages and disadvantages to the different surgical approaches of shoulder instability
  2. Apply the available literature to case scenarios that can translate into improvements in clinical care
  3. Discuss the technical aspects of surgical procedures directed toward stabilization of the shoulder and the role of revision surgery in anterior instability


1.75 CME Credit


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OIC2016C
Biological Treatments for Orthopedics Injuries (IC)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the challenges of translating basic science into clinical practice. Clinician and industrial perspective will be discussed. How do we need to work with the FDA to advance the clinical use of stem cells
  2. Describe the role of PRP and minimally manipulated progenitors cells as a therapy for orthopaedic injuries. Evaluating clinical outcomes from biological treatments
  3. Describe the role of biologics as an augmentation of soft tissue repair along with the new frontiers of cartilage, tendon, and muscle repair
  4. Discuss novel scaffolds and the future of bioprinting


1.25 CME Credit


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OIC2016B
CONTROVERSIES IN HIP ARTHROSCOPY (IC)

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Gain a systematic approach to evaluating the active patient with hip pain: history, physical exam, and imaging
  2. Recognize and select appropriate patients for hip arthroscopy procedures
  3. Discuss the detailed preoperative planning and successful intraoperative execution of planned bony resection on the acetabular and femoral sides, labral repair, and capsular management
  4. Describe pearls and pitfalls of how to avoid complications during hip arthroscopy procedures


1.75 CME Credit


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OIC2016A
Hand, Wrist, and Forearm Injuries in Athletes

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. Discuss the pathoanatomy associated with common hand, wrist, and forearm injuries found in athletes of all levels
  2. Describe how to properly assess these injuries by physical and radiographic examination, interpret the results, and consult specialists at the appropriate time
  3. List common treatments for these injuries and create return-to-sport strategies that are in the athlete’s best interest


1.75 CME Credits


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OIC2015R
A Case-Based Approach to Hip Injuries in Athletes

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. Describe the sport-specific patterns of hip injuries and principles of surgical treatment for hip pathology in the contact, overhead, running, pivoting, and dancing athlete
  2. Describe the unique pre-operative diagnostic and intra-operative technical considerations in the treatment of hip pain in the athlete with sport-specific demands
  3. Recognize symptomatic extra-articular impingement and compensatory injuries of the peri-articular musculature in athletes with symptomatic hip impingement and understand the current and evolving treatment options
  4. Explain the current limitations and relative contraindications to arthroscopic hip surgery and the role for open surgical treatment of pre-arthritic hip pathology in the athlete


1.5 CME Credits


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OIC2015Q
The Adolescent Knee

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. Review the common presentation and treatment options of the pediatric and adolescent tibial spine injury, with an emphasis upon avoiding the most common complications with this condition
  2. Review the anatomy and natural history of discoid meniscus and the spectrum of treatment options, limitations, and long-term follow-up concerns
  3. Review the anatomy, natural history, and unique treatment options and challenges in this patient group with high risk for recurrent patellofemoral instability


1.5 CME Credits


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OIC2015P