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

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Comprehensive Management of Ulnar Collateral Ligam (2019 IC)

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

  1. Diagnose the presence of a clinically significant injury to the UCL of the elbow based upon history, physical examination and interpretation of diagnostic imaging studies.
  2. Determine which patients would benefit from early surgery or should respond favorably to non-operative care.
  3. Understand the indications, timing and application of orthobiologics in the treatment of elbow UCL injuries.
  4. Have knowledge of the various surgical techniques for reconstruction and repair of the UCL, including the indications and application of augmentation.
  5. Be confident with the surgical management of failed index ligament reconstruction or repair.


1.5 CME Credit

Please note that this activity expires on 7/31/22.


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Approach to the Patient After Failed Hip Arthrosco (2019 IC)

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

  1. Overview of diagnostic and imaging work-up of patient following failed hip arthroscopy.
  2. Optimizing rehabilitation following unsuccessful hip arthroscopy.
  3. Indications and patient selection for revision hip arthroscopy – who needs surgery?
  4. Surgical options and pearls for revision hip arthroscopy.


1.5 CME Credit

Please note that this activity expires on 7/31/22.


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OIC2019L
The Youth Throwing Dilemma: Emerging Paradigms for (2019 IC)

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

  1. Understand the functional and kinetic risk factors that predispose youth throwers to overuse injury, with special emphasis on critical analysis of new throwing trends such as weighted ball programs.
  2. Review the diagnostic workup in youth throwers who present with arm pain.
  3. Review the surgical indications and techniques in treating common overuse injuries in youth throwers.
  4. Review new treatment modalities in rehabilitation and orthobiologics that may be on the horizon in treating youth throwers, along with current concepts in injury prevention.


1.5 CME Credit

Please note that this activity expires on 7/31/22.


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OIC2019K
Meniscus Management Algorithm - When to Debride, (2019 IC)

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

  1. Understand the indications for meniscus repair, the different available techniques and when to perform a debridement. Why is it important to preserve the meniscus? Role of biologics in Meniscus Repair.
  2. Discuss why a root, radial and ramp lesions constitute different entities that should be addressed in a different manner that simple meniscus tear. Cases will be presented to illustrate which treatment approach is more suitable for each case.
  3. Provide the latest information on the status of synthetic scaffold materials available for meniscus replacement. Indications for meniscus allograft transplantation will also be discussed, and illustrative cases presented.
  4. Critically review the functional and objective outcomes of meniscus related procedures and possible complications. Rehabilitation and return to sports after each procedure will be added to each case to better demonstrate how to fully address this pathology.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019J
Extraarticular Reconstruction in ACL Deficient Kne (2019 IC)

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

  1. Understand biomechanics of rotatory instability in ACL deficient knee.
  2. Identify cases for using extraarticular reconstructions along with ACL reconstructions.
  3. Perform an extraarticular reconstruction.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019I
Joint Preservation Techniques for the Knee in 2019 (2019 IC)

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

  1. Discuss technical pearls for performing combined cartilage restoration, meniscus transplantation, ligament reconstruction, and/or realigning osteotomies.
  2. Discuss indications for biologic augmentation to joint preservation techniques in the setting of cartilage and/or meniscal restoration.
  3. Understand the role of osteotomy as an adjunct to cartilage/meniscal restoration.
  4. Discuss management of the young, high level athlete requiring cartilage/meniscal restoration.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019H
The Sports Medicine Surgeon’s Handbook for Shoulde (2019 IC)

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

  1. Indicate operative and non-operative care, and pre-op plan and template for shoulder arthroplasty. Discussion and cases of humeral and glenoid deformity, and the nuances of associated care will be included.
  2. Perform a surgical approach to the glenohumeral joint, capsular releases, retractor choices and proper retractor placement to obtain adequate glenoid exposure and preparation.
  3. Chose the right implant (anatomic versus reverse) for each patient and understand the differences and implications for each implant design. Nuances of glenoid design, ingrowth, inset and augmentation will also be included.
  4. Decide between fixation methods (cemented vs cementless), stem length (short vs long), offset (lateral versus medial), neck angle (135 vs 155).
  5. Know the appropriate post-operative management including pain management, opiate minimization and therapy protocols.


1.5 CME Credit

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Controversies in Rotator Cuff Surgery (2019 IC)

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

  1. Review current trends in rotator cuff surgery and highlight controversies.
  2. Review current trends in biologic enhancement for rotator cuff surgery.
  3. Review current trends with management of the biceps tendon during rotator cuff surgery.
  4. Review current trends with management of the labrum during rotator cuff surgery.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019F
Biologic Treatment Strategies for Troublesome Stre (2019 IC)

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

  1. Categorize bony stress injuries by severity and risk of fracture progression.
  2. Effectively communicate the site, severity, and risk level of bony stress fractures with colleagues in the field of Sports Medicine.
  3. Describe the biologic treatment options available for stimulating bone healing in elite level athletes.
  4. Describe the surgical procedures available for stabilization and healing of high risk stress fractures as well as their indications, risks, and benefits.
  5. Describe the risks of continued participation despite severe, chronic, or recurrent stress fractures in elite athletes.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019E
Innovative Techniques for ACL Revision Surgery (2019 IC)

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

  1. Learn how to perform correct planning and pre-operative work-up in ACL revision surgery.
  2. Learn various unconventional techniques to avoid intraoperative troubles in ACL revision surgery.
  3. Learn indications and technical aspects of procedures combined to ACL revision: meniscal transplant and high tibial osteotomy.
  4. Describe arthroscopic technique and outcomes of distal tibia allograft.


1.5 CME Credit

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OIC2019D