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    Take a Hands-On Approach to Athlete Knee Surgery this April in Chicago! 


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    Building Orthopaedics 


     Online Library revised 


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    Stop Sports Injuries 2 


  • 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.


  • NEWS
    Improve Your Surgical Skills This April
    Register today and join other sports medicine specialists in a live course addressing knee surgery in athletes.
    Annual Meeting Registration Available
    Escape to Seattle this July for the 2014 Annual Meeting! Advance registration for this event is available now through June 13th.
    Now Accepting Abstract Submissions

    Submit your research by May 15th (12 PM CST) for the chance to be featured at 2015 Specialty Day in Las Vegas!

    Reserve Annual Meeting Housing Today
    Escape the grind and join us in Seattle for the 2014 Annual Meeting! Learn more and reserve your housing spot early on our meeting page.
    Make Sense of Sports Injuries

    We are excited to release our updated sports tips series in the coming weeks! Preview the latest rotator cuff injury resource for athletes. 

    Invest in Sports Medicine's Future

    Your gift supports initiatives like the Research Mentor Program - offering research opportunities to young orthopaedic surgeons each year.

    New from OJSM

    Can surgery help athletes suffering from plantar fasciitis? New research from University Hospitals of Leicester shows promising results for patients. 

    Thomas Brady Award Deadline
    We are accepting nominations for the Brady Award through April 15th. Submit forms here.