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Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institue
Santa Monica, California UNITED STATES
Bert Mandelbaum is a medical graduate of Washington University Medical School in St. Louis in 1980, which completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and fellowship in Sports Medicine from UCLA. He served on the faculty at UCLA from 1986-89 and subsequently joined the Santa Monica Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Group. He presently practices there and serves as the Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program and the Research and Education Foundation and Medical Director for the FIFA Medical Center of Excellence in Santa Monica. He is currently the Co-director of Medical affairs for the Institute of Sports Sciences with Cedars Sinai.
Academically, he is well published including multiple journal articles (120) and five books. He has received five national awards for Excellence in Research in the Field of Sports Medicine. Since 1995 he has been on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sports Medicine and associate editor for Current Concept Reviews. He also served 1999-2001 as executive board member for the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.
Presently, he is Past President of the International Cartilage Repair Society (2008-09). He was honored in a distinguished fashion in 2009 with an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters (DHL) from the State University of New York.
As a team physician Dr. Mandelbaum has worked with UCLA Athletics (1985-1989) and Pepperdine University (1990-present, LA Galaxy and Chivas USA MLS teams. He was the Chief Medical Officer for Women’s World Cup Soccer 1999 and 2003, US Soccer Men’s National Teams Physician since 1991, and the assistant Medical Director for Major League Soccer since 1996, and served as USA Team Physician for Soccer World Cups ’94 in the USA, ’98 in France, 2002 in Japan and Korea, Germany in 2006 and South Africa in 2010. He also served as a FIFA Medical officer for World Cup 2014 in Brazil. He also served on the FIFA Medical Committee and Olympic Medical Officer for the Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 and London 2012 and Brazil 2014 games.
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Introduction James J. Irrgang, PT, PhD, FAPTA, UNITED STATESCurrent Status of Return to Sports After ACL Reconstruction & Psychosocial Considerations for Return-to-Sport Decisions Kate E. Webster, PhD, AUSTRALIAConsiderations for Return to Sports: Qatari Experience Philippe Landreau, MD, UNITED ARAB EMIRATESConsiderations for Return to Sports: Spanish Experience Eduard Alentorn-Geli, MD, PhD, MSc, FEBOT, FACGME, SPAINConsiderations for Return to Sports: USA Experience Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL(Hon), UNITED STATES
Instructional Course Lecture
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James J. Irrgang, PT, PhD, FAPTA, UNITED STATES
Knee Ligaments Instability Repair / Reconstruction ACL MRI Rehabilition / Physical Therapy Team Physician Autograft Braces
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Spencer M. Stein, MD, UNITED STATES
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Bones Sport Specific Injuries Professional Athletes / Olympians X-ray Preventative Sports Medicine Team Physician Growth Abnomalities
Return to Sports After Cartilage Repair: What's the Evidence? Giuseppe Filardo, MD, PhD, Prof., ITALYThe Role of Biomechanics in Return to Sports After Cartilage Repair Stefano Della Villa, MD, ITALYKnee Cartilage Lesions in Athletes Case Presentation Nobuo Adachi, MD, PhD, JAPANKnee Cartilage Lesions in Athletes Case Presentation Alberto Gobbi, MD, ITALYKnee Cartilage Lesions in Athletes Case Presentation Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL(Hon), UNITED STATESDiscussion and Q&A Andreas H. Gomoll, MD, UNITED STATES
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Andreas H. Gomoll, MD, UNITED STATES
Knee Cartilage Cartilage Treatment Allograft Biologics Osteotomy Cartilage Injuries
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Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL(Hon), UNITED STATES
Pediatric / Adolescent Female Athletes Gender Specific Professional Athletes / Olympians Sport Specific Population Knee Patellofemoral Tibio - Fibular Bones Cartilage
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Holly Silvers, MPT, UNITED STATES
Gender Specific Sport Specific Population Ankle / Foot / Calf Knee Hip / Groin / Thigh Muscle Tendon Ligaments Meniscus Sprain
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