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Friday, September 16 2016

Grand Ballroom: General Session - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL Block I    
 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #5    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #5 - Hip Imaging: Optimizing Your View through Plain Films, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, dGEMRIC  
  Chair: Patrick Carton, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth) IRELAND
 
  Pedro Pablo Amenabar, MD CHILE
 
  Patrick Michael Birmingham, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Carlos A. Guanche, MD UNITED STATES
 
  David Ruben Morgensteren, MD, MHA ISRAEL
 
    The aim of this Instructional Course is to provide participants with a step-by-step approach to optimally evaluating hip pathology by utilising both routine radiological and advanced imaging techniques.
06:30 Introduction and Welcome  
  Patrick Carton, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth) IRELAND
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06:40 Plain Radiographs: Diagnosis and Surgical Planning  
  David Ruben Morgensteren, MD, MHA ISRAEL
 
06:55 CT and MR Imaging: Improving Our Understanding of Hip Pathology  
  Pedro Pablo Amenabar, MD CHILE
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07:10 Advanced Imaging Techniques for the Hip Joint: Ultrasound, dGEMRIC, Surface Mapping  
  Patrick Michael Birmingham, MD UNITED STATES
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07:25 Post-Operative Imaging: The Patient with Persistent Hip Pain  
  Carlos A. Guanche, MD UNITED STATES
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07:40 Discussion  
 
08:00 - 08:30   Break for Exhibits    
 
08:30 - 09:30   Scientific Session IX: Peritrochanteric Spaces and Articular Cartilage
Moderator - Time: Per Holmich, Prof., DMSc, MD DENMARK
Moderator - Content: Stephen Kenji Aoki, MD UNITED STATES
   
 
08:30 - 08:55 Paper Presentations #36-40  
08:30 Endoscopic Treatment of Psoas Impingement after Total Hip Arthroplasty : Minimum 2 Year Follow Up   View Abstract
  Suenghwan Jo, MD, PhD SOUTH KOREA
 
08:35 In-Vivo Measurements of Ischiofemoral Distance in Recreationally Active Subjects During Dynamic Activities: A High-Speed Dual-Fluoroscopy Study   View Abstract
  Penny R. Atkins UNITED STATES
 
08:40 Influence of Aging on Microvascular Supply of the Gluteus Medius Tendon   View Abstract
  Juan Gómez-Hoyos, MD COLOMBIA
 
08:45 Comparison of Hip Electromyographic Patterns During Overground Versus Treadmill Gait in Healthy Females   View Abstract
  Ian Al'khafaji, MD UNITED STATES
 
08:50 Outcomes of Arthroscopic Management of Trochanteric Bursitis in Patients with Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Matched Cohort Study   View Abstract
  Karen K. Briggs, MPH UNITED STATES
 
 
08:55 - 09:00 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Michael Voight, DHSc, PT, ATC UNITED STATES
 
 
09:00 - 09:25 Paper Presentations #41-45  
09:00 Long-Term Benefit of Arthroscopic Autologous Matrix-Induced Chondrogenesis Compared to Microfracture for Femoral Acetabular Impingement-Induced Chondral Lesions   View Abstract
  Andrea Fontana, MD ITALY
 
09:05 Severe Chondral Injuries Associated to FAI Treated with Hyalofast® Scaffold, Microfractures and Peripheral Blood Stem Cells. Clinical and Imaging Results with a Minimum Follow-Up of 12 Months.   View Abstract
  Claudio Rafols, MD CHILE
 
09:10 Relationship Between Central Acetabular Osteophytes and Femoral Head Articular Damage – A Cross-Sectional Study   View Abstract
  Benjamin G. Domb, MD UNITED STATES
 
09:15 Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) Use In Hip Arthroscopy: Medium Term Results In Case-Control Study Of Patients With ICRS Grade 2-4 Defects?   View Abstract
  Ali S. Bajwa, MBBS,MRCSEd, MSc, MPhil, DSEM, FSEM,FRCS Tr & Orth UNITED KINGDOM
 
09:20 Arthroscopic Treatment of Acetabular Chondral Defect Using Bst-Cargel   View Abstract
  Ivan Wong, MD, FRCSC, Dip. Sports Medicine, MACM CANADA
 
 
09:25 - 09:30 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Thomas H. Wuerz, MD, MSc UNITED STATES
 
 
09:30 - 10:00   Scientific Session XI: PANEL SESSION I    
 
09:30 - 09:40 Panel Discussion #1: How I optimize my rehabilitation   Ask a Question
  Chair: Per Holmich, Prof., DMSc, MD DENMARK
 
  Robert Leon Buly, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
  Patrick Carton, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth) IRELAND
 
  Manel Ribas Fernandez, PhD SPAIN
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  George Peter Maiers, II, MD UNITED STATES
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  Parminder J. Singh, MBBS, MRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth), MS AUSTRALIA
 
 
09:40 - 09:45 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Hassan Sadri, MD SWITZERLAND
 
 
09:45 - 09:55 Panel Discussion #2: How I optimize my outcomes collections   Ask a Question
  Chair: Dominic Carreira, MD UNITED STATES
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  Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc CANADA
 
  Nicolas Bonin, MD FRANCE
 
  Karen K. Briggs, MPH UNITED STATES
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  Vikas Khanduja, MA (Cantab), MSc, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Nicholas Mohtadi, MD, MSc, FRCSC CANADA
 
 
09:55 - 10:00 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Luis Felipe Moyses Elias, MD BRAZIL
 
 
10:00 - 10:30   Break for Exhibits    
 
10:30 - 11:00   Scientific Session XII: Where We Will Be in 10 Years Part II
Moderator - Content: Hang Cheong Cheng, MBBS, FRCS, FHKAM( Orth), FHKCOS HONG KONG
Moderator - Time: Marcos Belemmi, MD CHILE
   
 
10:30 - 10:40 Presidential Debate #6: Our 10 Year Future Success is Based on...  
  Damian Russel Griffin, BM, BCH, MA, FRCS UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Filippo Randelli, MD, Prof. a.c. ITALY
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10:30 Level 1 Evidence  
  Damian Russel Griffin, BM, BCH, MA, FRCS UNITED KINGDOM
 
10:35 Pushing the Envelope  
  Filippo Randelli, MD, Prof. a.c. ITALY
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10:40 - 10:50 Presidential Debate #7: Our 10 Year Future Success is Based on...  
  Rodrigo Mardones, MD CHILE
 
  Josip Chuck Cakic, MD, PhD, FCS(SA)Orth, MMed(Orth) WITS SOUTH AFRICA
 
10:40 Cell Therapy  
  Rodrigo Mardones, MD CHILE
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10:45 3D Printing  
  Josip Chuck Cakic, MD, PhD, FCS(SA)Orth, MMed(Orth) WITS SOUTH AFRICA
 
 
10:50 - 11:00 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Matthew John Brick, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
 
11:00 - 12:00   8th AGM Business Meeting & Break for Exhibits    
 
12:00 - 13:15   Industry Lunch Symposia    
 
13:15 - 13:30   Break for Exhibits    
 
13:30 - 14:00   Scientific Program Guest Speaker    
 
13:30 - 13:31 Introduction of Scientific Program Guest Speaker  
  Allston J. Stubbs, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
 
 
13:31 - 14:00 Skeletal Stem Cells  
  Michael T. Longaker, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL Block II    
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #11    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #11 - Future Trends in Hip Joint Tissue Basic Science: Labral Cartilage, Articular Cartilage, Capsuloligamentous Complex, Subchondral Plate and Bone  
  Chair: Philip C. Noble, PhD UNITED STATES
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  Maureen Dwyer, PhD, ATC UNITED STATES
 
  Aaron J. Krych, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Richard C. Mather, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
 
  Hajime Utsunomiya, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Philip C. Noble, PhD UNITED STATES
 
14:09 Current and Future Options for Restoration of Articular Cartilage  
  Aaron J. Krych, MD UNITED STATES
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14:22 Monitoring the Health of Articular Cartilage through Dynamic Imaging and Biomarkers  
  Richard C. Mather, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
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14:35 Questions & Discussion  
14:44 The Efficacy of PRP, Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate and Mesenchymal Stem Cells in the Hip Joint  
  Hajime Utsunomiya, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
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14:57 New Insights into the Relationship between Muscle Function and Cartilage Health  
  Maureen Dwyer, PhD, ATC UNITED STATES
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15:10 New Insights into the Contributions of the Labrum and Capsule to Cartilage Health and Joint Stability  
  Philip C. Noble, PhD UNITED STATES
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15:23 Questions & Discussion  
 
15:30 - 16:00   Break for Exhibits    
 
16:00 - 17:00   Scientific Session XIII: Articular Cartilage, Innovation, Biomechanics
Moderator - Content: Bernardo Aguilera, MD COLOMBIA
Moderator - Time: Alexandra Dimitrakopoulou, MD UNITED KINGDOM
   
 
16:00 - 16:25 Paper Presentations #46-50  
16:00 Which Radiographic Measurements Best Identify Anatomical Variation in Femoral Head Anatomy? Analysis Using 3D Computed Tomography and Statistical Shape Modeling   View Abstract
  Andrew Anderson, PhD UNITED STATES
 
16:05 Computed 3D Motion Analysis of the Hip: Comparison of CT- And MRI-based Data   View Abstract
  Jens Goronzy, MD GERMANY
 
16:10 Which Morphologic Factors Predict the Range-of-Motion of the Human Hip?   View Abstract
  Philip C. Noble, PhD UNITED STATES
 
16:15 Acetabular Bone Density Decreases Following Surgical Correction of FAI Deformities   View Abstract
  Paul Beaule, MD, FRCSC CANADA
 
16:20 Diagnostic and Prognostic Value of Delayed Gadolinium Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (dGEMRIC) in Early Osteoarthritis of the Hip   View Abstract
  Antony Palmer, MA, BMBCh, MRCS UNITED KINGDOM
 
 
16:25 - 16:30 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc CANADA
 
 
16:30 - 16:55 Paper Presentations #51-55  
16:30 Virtual Arthroscopic Simulator For Estimating Optimal Portal Placements In Arthroscopic Hip Surgery   View Abstract
  Takashi Nishii, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
16:35 Ligamentum Teres (LT) Rupture: Safety And Efficacy Of Allograft And Synthetic Ligament In LT Reconstruction   View Abstract
  Ali S. Bajwa, MBBS,MRCSEd, MSc, MPhil, DSEM, FSEM,FRCS Tr & Orth UNITED KINGDOM
 
16:40 Upsloping Lateral Sourcil: A Radiographic Finding in Clinically Unstable Hips   View Abstract
  Matthew J. Kraeutler, MD UNITED STATES
 
16:45 Differences of the Curvature Radius and the Curvature Center between Acetabulum and Femoral Head in Dysplastic Hip Joint   View Abstract
  Hironobu Hoshino, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
16:50 The Pathology of Hip Labrum and Chondrolabral Junction Varies with Radiographic Parameters   View Abstract
  Shingo Hashimoto, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
 
16:55 - 17:00 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Christopher Michael Larson, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
17:00 - 17:30   Scientific Session XV: KEYNOTE SESSION II    
 
17:00 - 17:10 Keynote: What I have learned in over a decade about adult acetabular osteotomies  
  Michael B. Millis, MD UNITED STATES
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17:10 - 17:15 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Michael Wettstein, MD SWITZERLAND
 
 
17:15 - 17:25 Keynote: What I have learned in over a decade about the capsuloligamentous complex  
  Marc R. Safran, MD UNITED STATES
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17:25 - 17:30 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Pedro Pablo Amenabar, MD CHILE
 
 

California West - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #3    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #3 - Immature Skeletal Hip Arthroscopy and Restoration: Pearls & Pitfalls  
  Chair: Yi-Meng Yen, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
  Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc CANADA
 
  Hang Cheong Cheng, MBBS, FRCS, FHKAM( Orth), FHKCOS HONG KONG
 
  James R. Ross, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Allston J. Stubbs, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
 
06:30 Welcome & Introduction  
  Yi-Meng Yen, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
06:40 Idiopathic FAI in Adolescents  
  James R. Ross, MD UNITED STATES
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06:55 SCFE Deformity  
  Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc CANADA
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07:10 Perthes  
  Hang Cheong Cheng, MBBS, FRCS, FHKAM( Orth), FHKCOS HONG KONG
 
07:25 Young Female Patient with Dysplasia/Laxity  
  Allston J. Stubbs, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
 
07:40 Discussion  
 
08:30 - 10:00   Scientific Session X: Advanced Hip Rehabilitation Symposium
Moderator - Content: Jason Brockwell, FRCSEdOrth HONG KONG
Moderator - Time: Geoffrey S. Van Thiel, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
   
 
08:30 - 08:38 How to Incorporate Pre-habilitation into Practice  
  Ashley Campbell, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS UNITED STATES
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08:38 - 08:46 Getting the Motion Back: Pearls and Pitfalls  
  Michael Voight, DHSc, PT, ATC UNITED STATES
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08:46 - 08:54 Physiotherapy Management of Hip Joint Instability - the Muscular Approach  
  Amir Takla, MPT AUSTRALIA
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08:54 - 09:02 Essentials of Managing the Revision Hip Arthroscopy Patient  
  David Kohlrieser, PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS UNITED STATES
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09:02 - 09:10 Therapy Modalities and How I Use Them on the Hip  
  Barry Getz, BPhysT (PRET) SOUTH AFRICA
 
 
09:10 - 09:18 Hip Therapy for Men and Women: Strategic Gender Recommendations  
  Keelan Enseki, PT, MS, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS UNITED STATES
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09:18 - 09:26 Movement Impairment Syndromes of the Hip and Pelvis: 5 Key Points  
  Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD, FAPTA UNITED STATES
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09:26 - 09:32 Contact Athlete with Hip Pain  
  Bryan Talmadge Kelly, MD UNITED STATES
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09:32 - 09:42 Keynote: What I have learned in over a decade about hip rehabilitation  
  J. W. Thomas Byrd, MD UNITED STATES
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09:42 - 10:00 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Suenghwan Jo, MD, PhD SOUTH KOREA
 
 
10:00 - 10:30   Break for Exhibits    
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #9    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #9 - Hip Athlete Noncontact: Cyclist, Swimmer, Dancer, Yoga  
  Chair: Josip Chuck Cakic, MD, PhD, FCS(SA)Orth, MMed(Orth) WITS SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Matthew John Brick, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
  Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
  Joshua David Harris, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Christopher Michael Larson, MD UNITED STATES
 
    This instructional course will try to identify and present hip/groin conditions specifically related to non-contact sporting activities. We will try to identify the difference in the approach to management of contact/load sports vs non-contact, in diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Josip Chuck Cakic, MD, PhD, FCS(SA)Orth, MMed(Orth) WITS SOUTH AFRICA
 
14:10 Overview of Hip Impingement in Non-Contact Athletes  
  Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
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14:25 Hip Injuries and Treatment in the Cyclist and Swimmer  
  Matthew John Brick, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
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14:40 Dance and the Hyperflexible Athlete: Anatomy and Treatment Considerations  
  Christopher Michael Larson, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:55 Musculotendinous Injuries of the Hip and Pelvis: Anatomy and Management  
  Joshua David Harris, MD UNITED STATES
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15:10 Discussion  
 
16:00 - 17:30   Scientific Session XIV: Advanced Hip Imaging Symposium
Moderator - Content: Manel Ribas Fernandez, PhD SPAIN
Moderator - Time: Vikas Khanduja, MA (Cantab), MSc, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
   
 
16:00 - 16:07 Hip MRI: is 3T the Limit?  
  David Stoller, MD UNITED STATES
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16:07 - 16:14 dGEMRIC: Reading the Tea Leaves  
  Benjamin G. Domb, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
16:14 - 16:21 Cartilage Mapping with MRI  
  Hollis Potter, MD UNITED STATES
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16:21 - 16:28 MRI after Hip Surgery: What Can We Really See  
  Charles P. Ho, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
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16:28 - 16:35 What You Can Learn with MRI Measurements  
  Miriam A. Bredella, MD UNITED STATES
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16:35 - 16:42 The Best MRI Sequencing and Field of Views for Hip Pathology  
  Russell C. Fritz, MD UNITED STATES
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16:42 - 16:49 3D and 4D MRI: What is the Future  
  Garry E. Gold, MD UNITED STATES
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16:49 - 16:56 Three Steps to Move Forward on the Hip Ultrasound Learning Curve  
  Carlos A. Guanche, MD UNITED STATES
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16:56 - 17:03 Three Steps to Maximize Your 3D Hip Imaging  
  Giles Hugo Stafford, MBBS, BSc, FRCS UNITED KINGDOM
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17:03 - 17:10 Three Steps to Maximize Your Intraoperative Hip Imaging  
  Hirotaka Nakashima, MD JAPAN
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17:10 - 17:30 Floor Discussion   Ask a Question
  Moderator - Floor: Michael Muldoon, MD UNITED STATES
 
 

California East - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #4    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #4 - Making the Impossible Possible: LCP, SCFE, AVN, Inflammatory Dz  
  Chair: Dean K. Matsuda, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Marcos Belemmi, MD CHILE
 
  Omer Mei-Dan, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Myung Sik Park, Prof. SOUTH KOREA
 
    ICL course highlights the limitation and new technique for treating LCPD, SCFE and AVN.
06:30 Welcome & Introduction  
  Dean K. Matsuda, MD UNITED STATES
 
06:35 Limits in Hip Arthrscopy: Facts and Myths  
  Marcos Belemmi, MD CHILE
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06:50 Hip Arthroscopic Bone Graft through the Anterolateral Portion of the Femoral Next for Early Avascular Necrosis of Femoral Head (AVN)  
  Myung Sik Park, Prof. SOUTH KOREA
 
07:05 A Holistic Approach to Address Complex Hip Pathologies: Arthroscopy, Osteotomies and the In Between  
  Omer Mei-Dan, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:20 Arthroscopic Subcapital Osteotomy for Chronic and Stable SCFE  
  Dean K. Matsuda, MD UNITED STATES
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07:27 Arthroscopic "Trap-less" Trapdoor Procedure for Pre-collapse Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head  
  Dean K. Matsuda, MD UNITED STATES
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07:35 Discussion  
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #10    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #10 - Maximizing the Open Option: Primary, After Failed Scope, Congenital Deformity, Salvage  
  Chair: Michael B. Millis, MD UNITED STATES
 
  John Clohisy, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Manel Ribas Fernandez, PhD SPAIN
 
  Chris Peters, MD UNITED STATES
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  Richard Santore, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Michael B. Millis, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:10 Primary  
  John Clohisy, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:20 Failed Scope  
  Chris Peters, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:30 Developmental Deformity  
  Manel Ribas Fernandez, PhD SPAIN
 
14:40 Salvage  
  Richard Santore, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:50 Discussion  
 

Elizabethan A & B - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #1    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #1 - Maximizing Alternative Technology: Twitter, iBooks, Apps, Web  
  Chair: Derek Hidehiko Ochiai, MD UNITED STATES
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  Elizabeth A. Howse, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Giles Hugo Stafford, MBBS, BSc, FRCS UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Thomas H. Wuerz, MD, MSc UNITED STATES
 
  Thomas Youm, MD UNITED STATES
 
    This ICL will explore how ISHA members can survive and thrive in the digital age, focusing on the web, social media, apps, and iBooks.
06:30 Welcome & Introduction  
  Derek Hidehiko Ochiai, MD UNITED STATES
 
06:35 Twitter: Is this really useful to me?  
  Derek Hidehiko Ochiai, MD UNITED STATES
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06:45 Website Optimization  
  Thomas Youm, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:00 Facebook  
  Giles Hugo Stafford, MBBS, BSc, FRCS UNITED KINGDOM
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07:15 Apps (social media and others), iBooks  
  Elizabeth A. Howse, MD UNITED STATES
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07:30 Web based marketing and social media  
  Thomas H. Wuerz, MD, MSc UNITED STATES
 
07:45 Discussion & Questions  
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #7    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #7 - Publishing Your Hip Research: JHPS, Arthroscopy, AJSM, Hip Int  
  Chair: Leandro Ejnisman, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
  Alexandra Dimitrakopoulou, MD UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Benjamin G. Domb, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Nicholas Mohtadi, MD, MSc, FRCSC CANADA
 
  Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Leandro Ejnisman, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
14:10 Developing a Research Question and Defining a Study Design  
  Jeffrey J. Nepple, MD UNITED STATES
 
14:25 Publishing Clinical Research  
  Nicholas Mohtadi, MD, MSc, FRCSC CANADA
 
14:40 Tips and Pearls on Manuscript Writing and Paper Submission  
  Alexandra Dimitrakopoulou, MD UNITED KINGDOM
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14:55 Implementing Outcomes Research Outside a University Setting  
  Benjamin G. Domb, MD UNITED STATES
 
15:10 Discussion  
 

Elizabethan C & D - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #2    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #2 - Acetabular Cartilage Management: Results & Tricks: OATS, MACI, MCFX, Cells  
  Chair: Stephen Kenji Aoki, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Thomas J. Ellis, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Andrea Fontana, MD ITALY
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  Claudio Mella, MD CHILE
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  Michael G. Pritchard, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
    This ICL will focus on the evaluation, work up, and available options for treating acetabular chondral lesions of the hip.
06:30 Welcome & Introduction  
  Stephen Kenji Aoki, MD UNITED STATES
 
06:40 Classification of Acetabular Cartilage Lesions  
  Claudio Mella, MD CHILE
 
06:55 The Work Up of Chondral Lesions  
  Thomas J. Ellis, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:10 Microfracture of the Hip  
  Michael G. Pritchard, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
07:25 Other Cartilage Restorative Options  
  Andrea Fontana, MD ITALY
 
07:40 Discussion  
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #8    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #8 - Managing the Ischial Tunnel: Sciatic Nerve, Hamstring, Ischiofemoral Space, Greater Trochanteric Ischial Impingement  
  Chair: Hal David Martin, DO UNITED STATES
 
  Luis Felipe Moyses Elias, MD BRAZIL
 
  John Fredy Fonseca, MD COLOMBIA
 
  Juan Gómez-Hoyos, MD COLOMBIA
 
  Vikas Khanduja, MA (Cantab), MSc, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  William Henry Marquez, MD COLOMBIA
 
  Ehud Rath, MD ISRAEL
 
  Sun-Jung Yoon, MD, PhD SOUTH KOREA
 
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Hal David Martin, DO UNITED STATES
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14:05 Ischial Femoral Impingement  
  Luis Felipe Moyses Elias, MD BRAZIL
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14:15 Neural Hip Anatomy  
  John Fredy Fonseca, MD COLOMBIA
 
14:25 Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis of Posterior Hip Pain  
  Juan Gómez-Hoyos, MD COLOMBIA
 
14:35 Deep Gluteal Syndrome: Diagnosis and Differential  
  Vikas Khanduja, MA (Cantab), MSc, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
14:45 Anatomy of the Posterior Hip  
  William Henry Marquez, MD COLOMBIA
 
14:55 Hamstring Tears and Hamstring Syndrome  
  Ehud Rath, MD ISRAEL
 
15:05 Treatment of Deep Gluteal Syndrome  
  Sun-Jung Yoon, MD, PhD SOUTH KOREA
 
15:15 Discussion  
 

Georgian - Friday, September 16

 
06:30 - 08:00   ICL #6    
 
06:30 - 08:00 Instructional Course Lecture #6 - Hip Practice Management: Patient Selection, OR Teams, Diagnostic Protocols, Patient Communication and Compliance  
  Chair: Marcus J. K. Bankes, FRCS (Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Robert Leon Buly, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
  Jason Folk, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Hugh S. West, MD UNITED STATES
 
    This ICL covers the basics of setting up a young adult hip practice, with particular emphasis on team work not only in the OR but also in the pre-operative assessment and rehabilitation phases after surgery.
06:30 Welcome & Introduction  
  Marcus J. K. Bankes, FRCS (Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
06:35 The Symptoms and Signs of Young Adult Hip Disease: Quite Different to Mild Hip Arthritis  
  Marcus J. K. Bankes, FRCS (Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
06:45 Which Imaging to Make What Decisions?  
  Robert Leon Buly, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
06:55 Diagnostic Protocols  
  Hugh S. West, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Jason Folk, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:15 When Arthroscopy is Not Enough: Patients Who Should Have Open Surgery  
  Robert Leon Buly, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
07:25 OR Team Hip Arthroscopy: Supine Approach  
  Jason Folk, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:35 OR Team Hip Arthroscopy: Lateral Approach  
  Marcus J. K. Bankes, FRCS (Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
07:45 Patient Communication and Compliance  
  Hugh S. West, MD UNITED STATES
 
07:55 Discussion  
 
14:00 - 15:30   ICL #18    
 
14:00 - 15:30 Instructional Course Lecture #18 - Groin Pain, Pubalgia, and Core Muscle Injury in the Athlete: State of the Art  
  Chair: Ernest Schilders, Prof., MD, FRCS, FFSEM UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Srino Bharam, MD UNITED STATES
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  Per Holmich, Prof., DMSc, MD DENMARK
 
  George Peter Maiers, II, MD UNITED STATES
 
  William C. Meyers, MD, MBA UNITED STATES
 
    This ICL aims at increasing participants knowledge about extra articular causes of groin pain. Different anatomical concepts for athletic groin pain will be discussed.
14:00 Welcome & Introduction  
  Ernest Schilders, Prof., MD, FRCS, FFSEM UNITED KINGDOM
 
14:05 Defining Groin Pain: The Doha Consensus & Clinical Examination  
  Per Holmich, Prof., DMSc, MD DENMARK
 
14:15 Adductor Problems: Related Anatomy, Diagnosis & Treatment  
  Srino Bharam, MD UNITED STATES
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