The Emerging Leaders Nightcap events are virtual AOSSM meetings aimed at providing AOSSM members under the age of 45 with information to build their practice and develop leadership skills. The next Nightcap topic will be topic How to Become an Olympic and Professional Team Doctor with Sameer Nagda,MD.
This webinar will discuss implementing telemedicine, legal and regulatory considerations, the role of a virtual examination, and the application of telemedicine in sports medicine. Join moderator Miho J. Tanaka and panelists Robert Gallo, Richard Chad Mather III, and Alfred Atanda to discuss the latest updates in the rapidly evolving area of orthopaedic telemedicine.
Join us in celebrating AOSSM’s 50th at the 2022 Annual Meeting at The Broadmoor, July 13-17 in Colorado Springs! This year’s event will be extraordinary in many ways, as we celebrate our past while building on the foundation of AOSSM’s half century of excellence.
This special session takes place at the 2022 Annual Meeting. Join AOSSM, the American Academy of Sports Physical Therapy, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association as we discuss caring for young athletes and provide a compendium of the state of the science, as it relates to the monitoring, management, and training of young athletes.
This is a recording of the live, in-person AOSSM Specialty Day from March 26, 2022 and features the best research in sports medicine, surgical techniques, and the annual Kennedy Lecture.
Learn the latest techniques and explore controversies in growing athletes with this blended learning course dedicated to improving surgical skills in joint preservation and physeal respecting approaches.
AOSSM and ESSKA present another installment in the American Journal of Sports Medicine Webinar series: Lateral Extraarticular Tenodesis (LET) in ACL Reconstruction: From Past to Present. In recent years, there has been renewed interest in LET procedures. Watch this pre-recorded free webinar, approved for 1 CME, to learn more about the history, surgical approaches, and technical aspects of LET in primary and revision ACL reconstruction.
Large, retracted rotator cuff tears are common problem encountered by orthopaedic surgeons who treat shoulder injuries. Our faculty of experts discuss a wide variety of treatment options.
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force hosted a special webinar in collaboration with the Emerging Leaders Task Force. Special guests, Cheryl Reeve and Kevin Warren, share their insights on the impact of diversity in sports and the implications for your practice.
AOSSM is committed to providing stellar education to the orthopaedic sports medicine community. Our annual review course is convenient and accessible with material available to allow you to personalize your study plan.