This free webinar will discuss common American football sideline injuries and their assessment and management. Injuries will range from sprains/strains to fractures and dislocations and their implications on return to play.
AOSSM and The FORUM will be hosting a joint surgical skills course focusing on the knee. This course will span the continuum of athletes from the Pediatric/Adolescent through the Master’s and will offer both didactic and hands-on learning. Keep a look out for more information on this course in the coming weeks.
This live course will focus on competitive and recreational football athletes in a team setting. Learn from expert faculty members about treatment, rehabilitation, and management of medical conditions in football. Programming will include lectures, small group discussions, real-time case studies, Q&A, and more!
Submit your abstracts and instructional courses now through September 6! Next year's Annual Meeting will be July 13 through July 16, 2023 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
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. Check back soon for information on the next Nightcap.
The 2022 Self-Assessment Examination is available for purchase in the eLearning Zone. This assessment contains 125 peer-reviewed questions covering 11 subject areas. Study at your own pace as you prepare for the ABOS sports medicine subspecialty recertification exam.
AOSSM is committed to providing stellar education to the orthopaedic sports medicine community to support your board certification needs. Our annual review course is convenient and accessible with material available to allow you to personalize your study plan. Since it’s on-demand, you can focus your time however you choose and keep reviewing key areas up until the day you take the exam.