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Sunday, June 4th ►


Knee: ACL and Rotation
Room 301: General Session
 
09:00 - 10:00 ACL and Rotation - Double Bundle ACL Reconstruction Concept: Reevaluation and Outcomes - A Call for an Individualized Approach  
  Co-Chair: Wei Lu, MD, PhD, Prof. CHINA
 
  Co-Chair: Freddie H. Fu, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Willem Mare van der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Jia-Kuo Yu, MD, PhD CHINA
 
  Lei Zhang, MD, PhD CHINA
 
09:00 Persistent rotatory knee instability after anatomic ACL reconstruction - incidence and associated factors  
  Lei Zhang, MD, PhD CHINA
 
09:15 Outcomes following anatomic single- versus double-bundle ACL reconstruction - what are we missing?  
  Jia-Kuo Yu, MD, PhD CHINA
 
09:30 ACL reconstruction - from one bundle augmentation to double bundle reconstruction - indications and treatment algorithm  
  Willem Mare van der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho SOUTH AFRICA
 
09:45 Round table discussion: A call for an individualized approach  
  Wei Lu, MD, PhD, Prof. CHINA
 
 
10:00 - 11:00 Management of the High Rotating Knee  
  Chair: Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
  Joao Duarte Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD PORTUGAL
 
  Julian A. Feller, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
  Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Volker Musahl, MD UNITED STATES
 
10:00 Biomechanics of High Rotating Knee  
  Volker Musahl, MD UNITED STATES
 
10:10 Noninvasive Methods to Evaluate the Pivot-Shift  
  Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
10:20 MRI Evaluation of the High Rotating Knee  
  Joao Duarte Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD PORTUGAL
 
10:30 Surgical Management and Outcomes of the High Rotating Knee  
  Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
10:40 Indication and Technique to Treat High Rotating Knee  
  Julian A. Feller, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
10:50 Discussion  
 
11:00 - 12:00 Remnant Preserving ACL Reconstruction: Advantage and Disadvantages  
  Co-Chair: Mitsuo Ochi, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Co-Chair: Anastasios D. Georgoulis, MD, Prof. GREECE
 
  Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet, MD FRANCE
 
  Masataka Deie, MD, PhD, Prof. JAPAN
 
  Yasuyuki Ishibashi, MD JAPAN
 
  Masahiro Kurosaka, MD JAPAN
 
 
Knee
Room 301: General Session
 
13:30 - 14:30 The Menisectomized Knee  
  Co-Chair: Andreas H. Gomoll, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Chih-Hwa Chen, MD TAIWAN
 
  Marco Kawamura Demange, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
  Joan Carles Monllau, MD, PhD, Prof. SPAIN
 
  Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD BELGIUM
 
 
Knee - Arthroplasty
Room 301: General Session
 
15:30 - 16:30 Preserving the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in Knee Arthroplasty  
  Chair: Paolo Adravanti, MD ITALY
 
  Jeffrey H. DeClaire, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Andrew James Price, DPhil, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Emmanuel Thienpont, MD BELGIUM
 
  Anders Troelsen, MD, PhD, DMSc, Prof. DENMARK
 
15:30 indication and contraindication to perform a UNI in the ACL deficient knee  
  Andrew James Price, DPhil, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
15:40 acl reconstruction and medial OA  
  Paolo Adravanti, MD ITALY
 
15:50 Bicruciate retaining TKA  
  Anders Troelsen, MD, PhD, DMSc, Prof. DENMARK
 
16:00 treatment of bicomparmental arthritis with modular components  
  Emmanuel Thienpont, MD BELGIUM
 
16:10 knee awareness and function after acl preserving knee arthroplasty  
  Anders Troelsen, MD, PhD, DMSc, Prof. DENMARK
 
16:20 Discussion  
 
Hip
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
09:00 - 09:45 Hip Pain in the Athlete: Evidence Based Tools for Diagnosis  
  Chair: Marc J. Philippon, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Asheesh Bedi, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Nicolas Bonin, MD FRANCE
 
  Soshi Uchida, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
 
Sports Medicine
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
13:30 - 14:30 Hamstring Injuries: Causation, Treatment and Prevention  
  Julian A. Feller, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
  Francois M. Kelberine, MD FRANCE
 
  Peter T. Myers, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
 
Shoulder - Rotator Cuff
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
09:00 - 10:00 Rotator Cuff Injuries: A Case Based Approach  
  Chair: Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA SPAIN
 
  Francesco Franceschi, MD, PhD ITALY
 
  Felix Henry Savoie III, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
11:00 - 12:00 Rotator Cuff Repair and Shoulder Stiffness  
  Chair: Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
  Seung-Ho Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
  Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD JAPAN
 
  Bruno Toussaint, MD FRANCE
 
11:00 Overview of stiffness and rotator cuff repair  
  Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
11:05 Can cuff repair surgery indications be modified by the pre-operative stiffness?  
  Bruno Toussaint, MD FRANCE
 
11:17 New Thoughts on Evaluation and Management of Stiffness in Rotator Cuff Injuries  
  Seung-Ho Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
11:32 Cause and management for shoulder stiffness after rotator cuff repair  
  Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD JAPAN
 
11:47 Case-based discussion  
  Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
11:57 Q & A  
  Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
 
Shoulder - Dislocation & Instability
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
16:00 - 17:00 The First Time Dislocator - Should We Be Fixing Them Early?  
  Chair: Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
  Knut Beitzel, MD, MA GERMANY
 
  Mark Ferguson, MD SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof. GERMANY
 
  Chun Yan Jiang, MD, PhD CHINA
 
16:00 Introduction  
  Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
16:05 First time episode of GH anterior instability: incidence, clinical presentation and radiological evaluation  
  Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof. GERMANY
 
16:15 Recurrence after first episode of dislocation, incidence intrinsic and extrinsic factors  
  Knut Beitzel, MD, MA GERMANY
 
16:25 Conservative treatment: modalities, immobilization? length? Physiotherapy? delay to return to sport?  
  Chun Yan Jiang, MD, PhD CHINA
 
16:35 Surgical treatment: technical considerations (open or arthroscopic, soft tissue or bone block)  
  Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
16:45 Indications for surgical treatment of the first episode of GH instability: an EBM evaluation.  
  Mark Ferguson, MD SOUTH AFRICA
 
16:55 Discussion  
  Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
 
Elbow
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4
 
13:30 - 14:30 Sports Injuries of the Elbow  
  Chair: Gregory Ian Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
  Michael Thomas Freehill, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Gregory Alexander Hoy, FRACS, FAOrthA, FACSP, FASMF AUSTRALIA
 
  Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
  Luke Seuk-Zin Oh, MD UNITED STATES
 
 

Monday, June 5th ►


Knee - Osteotomy
Room 301: General Session
 
11:00 - 12:00 Opening Wedge High Tibial Osteotomy: Which Patient? When? How? A Case Based Approach  
  Chair: Mark Clatworthy, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
  Gianluca Camillieri, MD ITALY
 
  Yong In, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
  Philippe Noel Neyret, MD, PhD FRANCE
 
  Tomoyuki Saito, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Christopher John Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
 
Knee
Room 301: General Session
 
15:30 - 16:30 Management of Pediatric ACL  
  Chair: Allen F. Anderson, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
 
  Volker Musahl, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Justin P. Roe, FRACS, A/Prof (UNSW) AUSTRALIA
 
  Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
 
16:30 - 17:30 Genetics in Knee Injuries  
  Chair: Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
 
  Diego Costa Astur, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
  Carlos Eduardo Da Silveira Franciozi, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
 
  Willem Mare van der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Asheesh Bedi, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
Foot & Ankle
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
11:00 - 12:00 The Evolution of Ankle Repair  
  Chair: Hélder Miguel Duarte Pereira, MD PORTUGAL
 
  Kenneth J. Hunt, MD UNITED STATES
 
  C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD NETHERLANDS
 
  Annunziato Amendola, MD UNITED STATES
 
11:00 Effect of ankle ligament repair on the subtalar joint  
  Kenneth J. Hunt, MD UNITED STATES
 
11:10 Current concepts in ankle impingement and micro instability  
  C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD NETHERLANDS
 
11:20 Critical concepts in ankle impingement  
  Annunziato Amendola, MD UNITED STATES
 
11:30 Anatomic repair: How, When and Why? (10 minutes)  
  Hélder Miguel Duarte Pereira, MD PORTUGAL
 
11:40 Discussion  
 
Foot & Ankle
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
13:30 - 14:30 Expanding the Role of Arthroscopy in Foot & Ankle Surgery  
  Chair: Annunziato Amendola, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Harvinder Singh Bedi, FRACS, MPH AUSTRALIA
 
  Stéphane Guillo, MD FRANCE
 
  Kenneth J. Hunt, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Alastair S. Younger, MD, MSc, ChM, FRCSC CANADA
 
 
Knee - Arthroplasty
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
11:00 - 12:00 Mangagement of Infected Total Knee Arthroplasty  
  Chair: Sebastien Lustig, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
  Sébastien Parratte, Prof., MD, PhD FRANCE
 
  Nicolaas Cyrillus Budhiparama, MD, FICS INDONESIA
 
  Thomas Bauer, MD, PhD FRANCE
 
11:00 Diagnosis of infection: how and when ?  
  Thomas Bauer, MD, PhD FRANCE
 
11:10 Early revision: what is the real value?  
  Nicolaas Cyrillus Budhiparama, MD, FICS INDONESIA
 
11:20 One step procedure : principles and techniques  
  Akos Zahar, MD GERMANY
 
11:30 Two step procedure : principles and techniques  
  Sebastien Lustig, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
11:40 Spacers and cement: mobile and fixed. How and when?  
  Sébastien Parratte, Prof., MD, PhD FRANCE
 
11:50 Spacers and cement: mobile and fixed. How and when?  
  Sébastien Parratte, Prof., MD, PhD FRANCE
 
 
Knee - Arthroplasty
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
15:30 - 16:30 Target for Appropriate Alignment in Total Knee Arthroplasty - Mechanical vs. Kinematic Alignment  
  Chair: Maurilio Marcacci, MD ITALY
 
  Mark Clatworthy, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
  Stephen M. Howell, MD UNITED STATES
 
  William John Long, MD, FRCSC UNITED STATES
 
  Eun Kyoo Song, Prof., MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
15:30 Is Kinematically Aligned TKA a Good Alignment Option?  
  Stephen M. Howell, MD UNITED STATES
 
15:40 CAS Anatomic Tibia Balanced Femur TKA. More accurate. Better outcome  
  Mark Clatworthy, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
15:50 Successful long term outcomes in the mechanically aligned TKA  
  William John Long, MD, FRCSC UNITED STATES
 
16:00 Outcome of mechanically aligned Navigation-assisted TKA  
  Eun Kyoo Song, Prof., MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
16:10 Discussion  
  Maurilio Marcacci, MD ITALY
 
 
Knee - Pain
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4
 
13:30 - 14:30 The Assessment and Safe Management of Patients with Patellofemoral Pain  
  Co-Chair: Scott F. Dye, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Co-Chair: Vicente Sanchis-Alfonso, MD, PhD SPAIN
 
  David Henri Dejour, MD FRANCE
 
  Lynn Snyder-Mackler, PT, ScD, FAPTA UNITED STATES
 
  William R. Post, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
Knee - Meniscus
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4
 
15:30 - 16:30 Meniscus Root Tears - The Silent Epidemic  
  Chair: Jin Goo Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
  Sebastian Kopf, MD GERMANY
 
  Romain Seil, Prof., MD LUXEMBOURG
 
  Peter T. Myers, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
  Jia-Lin Wu, MD, MS TAIWAN
 
15:30 Overview of Meniscus Root Tear: The Silent Epidemic  
  Jin Goo Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
15:36 Updates on biocechanical and clinical results : Could it improve meniscal extrusion and restore the function?  
  Sebastian Kopf, MD GERMANY
 
15:46 Medial meniscus root repair - Why, When and How?  
  Romain Seil, Prof., MD LUXEMBOURG
 
15:56 Lateral meniscus root tear - repair? or leave in situ?  
  Peter T. Myers, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
16:06 Surgical treatment in chronic degenerative root  
  Jia-Lin Wu, MD, MS TAIWAN
 
16:16 Discussion  
  Jin Goo Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
 

Tuesday, June 6th ►


Knee - ACL
Room 301: General Session
 
10:45 - 11:45 Large Cohort, Long Term Outcome of ACL Reconstruction  
  Co-Chair: Yingfang Ao, MD CHINA
 
  Co-Chair: Philippe Noel Neyret, MD, PhD FRANCE
 
  Christopher C. Kaeding, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Sung-Jae Kim, MD, PhD, FACS KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
  Justin P. Roe, FRACS, A/Prof (UNSW) AUSTRALIA
 
  Kate E. Webster, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
  Kazunori Yasuda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
10:45 Long term outcomes of ACL reconstruction in patients with excessive laxity  
  Sung-Jae Kim, MD, PhD, FACS KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
10:55 The comparison of patellar tendon and hamstring tendon ACL reconstruction at long-term follow-up  
  Kate E. Webster, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
11:05 Large cohort, middle-term outcome of remnant-preserving anatomic double-bundle ACL reconstruction  
  Kazunori Yasuda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
11:15 Mid-to long-term outcome of revision ACL reconstruction  
  Yingfang Ao, MD CHINA
 
11:25 Long term Outcome and ACL Reconstruction Survival in Juveniles and Adolescents  
  Justin P. Roe, FRACS, A/Prof (UNSW) AUSTRALIA
 
 
Knee - Patellar Dislocation
Room 301: General Session
 
15:30 - 16:30 Management of the First Time Patellar Dislocation  
  Chair: Diane Lynn Dahm, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Pieter Jordaan Erasmus, MBChB, MMed SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Robert A. Magnussen, MD, MPH UNITED STATES
 
  Mitsuo Ochi, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
  Petri J. Sillanpää, MD, PhD FINLAND
 
 
Research
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
10:45 - 11:30 Research Methodology: How to do it  
  Chair: Volker Musahl, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Jason L. Koh, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Paulo Henrique Mendes Araujo, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
  Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc, FRCSC CANADA
 
  Michael Tobias Hirschmann, MD SWITZERLAND
 
10:45 Business & Finding Tools for a Successful Researcher  
  Jason L. Koh, MD UNITED STATES
 
10:50 How do you Secure a Fellowship Position?  
  Paulo Henrique Mendes Araujo, MD, PhD BRAZIL
 
10:55 Collaboration - Fact or Fiction?  
  Olufemi Rolland Ayeni, MD, MSc, FRCSC CANADA
 
11:00 How to Write a Scientific Report  
  Michael Tobias Hirschmann, MD SWITZERLAND
 
11:05 Discussion  
11:10 ISAKOS Young Investigator Research Mentoring Program - Research Proposal  
  Volker Musahl, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
Sports Medicine
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
14:00 - 15:00 Intriguing Tendinopathies in Sport: Pathophysiology to Regenerative Technology  
  Chair: Kai-Ming Chan, MBBS, MCH(ORTH), FRCPS(G), FRCS(E), FRCS.ED(ORTH) HONG KONG
 
  James H-C. Wang, PhD UNITED STATES
 
  Kanglai Tang, MD, PhD, Prof. CHINA
 
  Ming Hao Zheng, PhD, DM, FRCPath, FRCPA AUSTRALIA
 
 
Arthroscopy - General Topics
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
15:30 - 16:30 How to Teach Arthroscopy  
  Chair: Alberto Gobbi, MD ITALY
 
  Joao Duarte Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD PORTUGAL
 
  Mustafa Karahan, Prof. TURKEY
 
  Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
  Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
 
15:30 Cadaver Lab Organization  
  Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
15:40 What to Teach?  
  Mustafa Karahan, Prof. TURKEY
 
15:50 Daily Life Meniscal Surgery - What to Teach?  
  Joao Duarte Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD PORTUGAL
 
16:00 Cartilage Arthroscopic Surgery - What is Important to Know?  
  Alberto Gobbi, MD ITALY
 
16:10 ACL Arthroscopy - What to Teach?  
  Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Prof. BRAZIL
 
16:20 Discussion  
  Alberto Gobbi, MD ITALY
 
 
Knee - Arthroplasty
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
15:30 - 16:30 New Technologies and Future in Total Knee Arthroplasty  
  Chair: Andrew D. Pearle, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Fabio Catani, Prof. ITALY
 
  Sebastien Lustig, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
  Shuichi Matsuda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Alfred J. Tria, Jr., MD UNITED STATES
 
  Eun Kyoo Song, Prof., MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
15:30 Update on navigation for TKR: where are we in 2017?  
  Fabio Catani, Prof. ITALY
 
15:38 Mechanical alignment in TKR – what are important targets and how do we best achieve it  
  Sebastien Lustig, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
15:46 Rationale and Outcomes of Kinematic Alignment in TKR  
  Shuichi Matsuda, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
15:54 Smart instruments and Knee Replacement  
16:02 New Techniques for Minimally Invasive TKR  
  Alfred J. Tria, Jr., MD UNITED STATES
 
16:10 Navigation vs PSI vs Robotics: which way is it going?  
  Eun Kyoo Song, Prof., MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
 
Cartilage
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4
 
10:45 - 12:00 Cartilage Treatment Options 2017  
  Chair: Norimasa Nakamura, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Scott D. Gillogly, MD QATAR
 
  Mats Georg Brittberg, MD, PhD, Prof. SWEDEN
 
  Alberto Gobbi, MD ITALY
 
  Vladimir Bobic, Prof., MD, FRCSEd UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Daniel Saris, Prof. dr. NETHERLANDS
 
 
Elbow
Room 2-4: Concurrent 4
 
15:30 - 16:30 Tendon Injuries About the Elbow  
  Chair: Luke Seuk-Zin Oh, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Gregory Ian Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
  Gregory Alexander Hoy, FRACS, FAOrthA, FACSP, FASMF AUSTRALIA
 
 
16:30 - 17:30 The Stiff Elbow  
  Chair: Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
  Gregory Ian Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
  Raul Barco, MD, PhD, FEBOT SPAIN
 
16:30 Indications & Limits  
  Raul Barco, MD, PhD, FEBOT SPAIN
 
16:42 Degenerative Stiff Elbow  
  Gregory Ian Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD AUSTRALIA
 
16:54 OCD  
  Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
17:06 Calcifications around and inside the elbow :treatment and prevention  
17:18 Discussion  
  Luigi Adriano Pederzini, MD ITALY
 
 

Wednesday, June 7th ►


Knee - ACL
Room 301: General Session
 
11:00 - 12:00 Prevention and Management of Infection in ACL Reconstruction  
  Co-Chair: Christopher John Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
  Co-Chair: Joan Carles Monllau, MD, PhD, Prof. SPAIN
 
  Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD SWEDEN
 
  Sven U. Scheffler, MD, PhD GERMANY
 
  Charles H. Brown, Jr., MD UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 
11:00 Introduction  
  Christopher John Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
11:02 General considerations for Prevention of Infection  
  Charles H. Brown, Jr., MD UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 
11:10 Intra-operative Precautions to Reduce the Risk of Septic Infections following ACLR  
  Sven U. Scheffler, MD, PhD GERMANY
 
11:18 The Vancomycin Wrap Technique and a Diagnostic Algorithm for Infection  
  Christopher John Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
11:26 Surgical and Antibiotic Treatment for ACLR Septic Arthritis:  
  Joan Carles Monllau, MD, PhD, Prof. SPAIN
 
11:34 Postoperative septic arthritis after ACLR : Does it affect the Outcome  
  Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD SWEDEN
 
11:42 Panel Discussion  
 
Knee - Meniscus
Room 301: General Session
 
13:30 - 14:30 A 2017 Update on Meniscus Allograft Transplantation: Indications, Techniques & Results  
  Co-Chair: Tim Spalding, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Co-Chair: Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD BELGIUM
 
  Alan Getgood, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth), DipSEM CANADA
 
  Jong-Min Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
  Peter T. Myers, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
  Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
13:30 Introduction  
  Tim Spalding, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD BELGIUM
 
13:35 Surgical Technique Decisions 2017  
  Jong-Min Kim, MD, PhD KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 
13:47 Consensus statements on the role of MAT  
  Alan Getgood, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth), DipSEM CANADA
 
13:59 Results of MAT - what can we expect?  
  Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
14:11 Indications - putting the information together  
  Peter T. Myers, MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA AUSTRALIA
 
14:23 Discussion  
  Tim Spalding, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD BELGIUM
 
 
Knee - Ligaments
Room 301: General Session
 
15:30 - 16:30 Is it Time to Reevaluate the Clinical Outcome of Artificial Ligaments & Imagine the Future Trends?  
  Co-Chair: Shiyi Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
  Co-Chair: Giuliano Giorgio Cerulli, MD ITALY
 
  Hideo Matsumoto, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Cameron Norsworthy, MBBS, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
  Pierre Ranger, MD, MSc, FRCSc CANADA
 
  Robert A. Stanton, MD UNITED STATES
 
15:30 Concept of artificial ligament. Is it prosthesis or scaffold  
  Hideo Matsumoto, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
15:40 A multi-center long-term follow-up study of failed ACL reconstruction using LARS device: Chinese experience and surgical essentials  
  Shiyi Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
15:50 My experience with the LARS ACL device at minimum 5 year follow up  
  Cameron Norsworthy, MBBS, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
16:00 A case series:original research of 112 acute total knee dislocations treated with artificial ligaments  
  Pierre Ranger, MD, MSc, FRCSc CANADA
 
16:10 Panel Discussion  
  Shiyi Chen, MD, PhD CHINA
 
 
Shoulder
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
16:30 - 17:30 Shoulder Arthritis in the Young, Active Patient: How to Approach & When to Replace  
  Chair: Kevin P. Shea, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
  Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof. GERMANY
 
  Felix Henry Savoie III, MD UNITED STATES
 
16:30 Arthroscopic Treatment of Shoulder Arthritis in the Young Patient with Loss of Motion  
  Kevin P. Shea, MD UNITED STATES
 
16:42 Arthroscopic Glenoid Resurfacing  
  Felix Henry Savoie III, MD UNITED STATES
 
16:54 Articular cartilage Replacement in Shoulder Osteoarthritis in the Young Patient  
  Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof. GERMANY
 
17:06 When to replace: Hemi vs. Total Shoulder  
  Philippe P. Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof. FRANCE
 
17:18 Discussion  
  Kevin P. Shea, MD UNITED STATES
 
 
Knee - Osteoarthritis
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
11:00 - 12:00 Non-Operative Management of Knee OA  
  Chair: Hoi Po James Hui, MD SINGAPORE
 
  Ponky Firer, M.Med (Ortho) (Cum Laude) BSc (Elec Eng) SOUTH AFRICA
 
  Elizaveta Kon, Prof., MD ITALY
 
  Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD SPAIN
 
11:00 Winning the OA war without a lance  
  Hoi Po James Hui, MD SINGAPORE
 
11:03 Mass, Muscles and Minimal Support  
  Ponky Firer, M.Med (Ortho) (Cum Laude) BSc (Elec Eng) SOUTH AFRICA
 
11:14 PRP – what’s the evidence  
  Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD SPAIN
 
11:25 ‘fake’ stem cells (concentrated)  
  Elizaveta Kon, Prof., MD ITALY
 
11:36 ‘real’ stem cells (cultured)  
  Hoi Po James Hui, MD SINGAPORE
 
11:47 Question & Answer & Discussions  
  Hoi Po James Hui, MD SINGAPORE
 
 
Knee: Alignment
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
14:00 - 15:00 Issues of Alignment & Slope: When and How to Address  
  Chair: David Anthony Parker, MBBS, BMedSci, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
  Michael Tobias Hirschmann, MD SWITZERLAND
 
  Eiji Kondo, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Justin P. Roe, FRACS, A/Prof (UNSW) AUSTRALIA
 
  Romain Seil, Prof., MD LUXEMBOURG
 
 
Knee: ACL Registries and Prevention of Knee Injuries
Room 2-3: Concurrent 3
 
15:30 - 16:30 Logistics and Problems with Registry and Large Cohort Data  
  Chair: Tim Spalding, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Martin Lind, Prof., MD, PhD DENMARK
 
  Christopher C. Kaeding, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Gregory B. Maletis, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD SWEDEN
 
15:30 Designing a Good Registry, What Have we Learnt  
  Martin Lind, Prof., MD, PhD DENMARK
 
15:42 Collecting Meaningful Data and What it Means: Cohort is Best  
  Christopher C. Kaeding, MD UNITED STATES
 
15:54 Putting all the Registry Data Together: What does that Tell Us  
  Gregory B. Maletis, MD UNITED STATES
 
16:06 From the Beginning to Now, what is Next with Data Collection  
  Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD SWEDEN
 
16:18 Discussion  
  Tim Spalding, FRCS(Orth) UNITED KINGDOM
 
 

Thursday, June 8th ►


Knee
Room 301: General Session
 
09:15 - 10:15 Management of Different Scenarios of PCL Injuries  
  Co-Chair: Bruce C. Twaddle, Prof., MD, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
  Co-Chair: Jian Li, MD CHINA
 
  Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhD NORWAY
 
  Scott C Faucett, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
  Nicholas Kennedy, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
  Sérgio Rocha Piedade, MD, PhD, Associate Professor BRAZIL
 
09:15 Cinically relevant anatomy and biomechanics of the PCL  
  Nicholas Kennedy, MD UNITED STATES
 
09:22 Acute PCL repair vs reconstruction, case series and technique  
  Bruce C. Twaddle, Prof., MD, FRACS NEW ZEALAND
 
09:29 The science behind double bundle PCL reconstructions and a case  
  Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD UNITED STATES
 
09:36 PCL inlay reconstructions and a case presentation  
  Sérgio Rocha Piedade, MD, PhD, Associate Professor BRAZIL
 
09:43 PCL and PLC instability and a case presentation  
  Scott C Faucett, MD, MS UNITED STATES
 
09:50 PCL and MCL instability and a case presentation  
  Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhD NORWAY
 
09:57 Strategies of surgical choice for different PCL injuries  
  Jian Li, MD CHINA
 
 
11:00 - 12:30 Anterolateral Ligament - What is the Role for Its Repair or Reconstruction in 2017?  
  Co-Chair: Steven Claes, MD, PhD BELGIUM
 
  Co-Chair: Andrew A. Amis, FREng, PhD, DSc UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Thomas P. Branch, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Brian M. Devitt, MD, FRCS, FRACS AUSTRALIA
 
  Hua Feng, MD CHINA
 
  Alan Getgood, MD, FRCS(Tr&Orth), DipSEM CANADA
 
  Burt Klos, MD, PhD NETHERLANDS
 
  Andy Williams, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Orth), FFSEM(UK) UNITED KINGDOM
 
  Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof. ITALY
 
  Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet, MD FRANCE
 
  Camilo Partezani Helito, MD BRAZIL
 
 
Shoulder
Room 2-1: Concurrent 2
 
09:45 - 10:45 Strategies for Bony Defects in the Treatment of Anterior Shoulder Instability  
  Guoqing Cui, MD CHINA
 
  Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD JAPAN
 
 
11:30 - 12:30 Mistakes I Have Made in Shoulder Surgery and How to Avoid Them  
  Chair: Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD ITALY
 
  Guillermo Arce, MD ARGENTINA
 
  Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
  Kevin D. Plancher, MD UNITED STATES
 
  Francesco Franceschi, MD, PhD ITALY
 
11:30 Pitfalls and mistakes in Latarjet technique  
  Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD ITALY
 
11:40 Top Ten Tips to avoid complications in Shoulder Arthroscopy  
  Guillermo Arce, MD ARGENTINA
 
11:50 Pitfalls and mistakes in arthroscopic shoulder instability  
  Francesco Franceschi, MD, PhD ITALY
 
12:00 Pitfalls and How to Avoid them: My Personal Experience  
  Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD JAPAN
 
12:10 Don’t Try to Treat Arthritis, Treat the Instability 20 Years Before and Don’t Think the Rotator Cuff is an Easy Operation  
  Kevin D. Plancher, MD UNITED STATES
 
12:20 Discussion  
  Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD ITALY