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Access Instructional Course Lecture (ICL) content presented at previous AANA Annual Meetings, the world’s largest arthroscopy-focused event of the year. ICLs are 75-minute sessions led by a faculty of experts addressing trending topics and leading-edge surgical skill information and techniques for all joints.

ICL content can conveniently be accessed anywhere an internet connection is available.

Earn up to 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per course. Amount of CME credit for each ICL varies, see individual course details for more information.

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Picture of the productAdvances in Hip Arthroscopy (AANA20)

Advances in Hip Arthroscopy: From Observations to Innovation - How Thought Leaders in Hip Arthroscopy Developed New Concepts, Techniques and Instrumentation Through Their Personal Experiences

ICL Description

Originally accepted for presentation at the 2020 AANA Annual Meeting in Texas, this ICL focuses on advances in hip arthroscopy. Hip arthroscopy is one of the most difficult arthroscopy procedures in sports medicine and has sparked new trends in hip preservation. Thought leaders developed new concepts, new techniques in surgery and innovative equipment and implants through their personal observations and practice. This ICL will explore the journey of the "what, when and how" those involved were influenced by their intuition, perceptions and needs to further the field of arthroscopic hip preservation.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants should be able to:

  1. Define the anticipated needs of hip arthroscopy to manage hip pain, pathology and preservation using minimally invasive techniques.
  2. Understand the roles of traction, specialized arthroscopic equipment and implants for the treatments of basic to advanced techniques.
  3. Demonstrate how the thought leaders came about developing those objectives in arthroscopic hip preservation.

Faculty

Thomas G. Sampson, M.D. | J.W. Thomas Byrd, M.D. | Marc J. Philippon, M.D. | Victor M. Ilizaliturri, Jr, M.D. | Dean K. Matsuda, M.D.



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Picture of the productCartilage Injury of the Knee (AANA20)

Cartilage Injury of the Knee: Current Controversies in 2020

ICL Description

Originally accepted for presentation at the 2020 AANA Annual Meeting in Texas, this ICL will focus on current treatment strategies for articular cartilage, highlighting the controversies and different approaches from a diverse faculty perspective.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants should be able to:

  1. Recognize the current indications for nonoperative and operative treatment options for focal cartilage lesions.
  2. Understand the “best” evidence available for nonoperative and operative treatment options for focal cartilage lesions.
  3. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of different surgical options for the knee with articular cartilage defects and arthritis.

Faculty

Aaron J. Krych, M.D. | Jack Farr II, M.D. | Paul E. Caldwell, M.D. | Kevin F. Bonner, M.D.



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AM20ON_ICL201
Picture of the productHype, Promise, and Reality: Biologics in 2020 (AANA20)

Hype, Promise, and Reality: Orthopaedic Use of Biologics in 2020

ICL Description

Originally accepted for presentation at the 2020 AANA Annual Meeting in Texas, this ICL focuses on biologics in 2020. Orthobiologics is an emerging field which offers great promise, but the interest in the lay press has outstripped the science. This course covers the established applications of orthobiologics, as well as emerging areas of interest, and the regulatory aspects of the use of these emerging devices and products.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the available biologics for orthopedics.
  2. Be exposed to the investigational work in orthobiologics.
  3. Understand an overview of the regulatory aspects of orthobiologics.

Faculty

Stephen C. Weber, M.D. | Brian J. Cole, M.D., M.B.A. | Scott A. Rodeo, M.D.



Non-member price: 80.00
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AM20ON_ICL203
Picture of the productIrreparable Massive Rotator Cuff Tear (AANA20)

My Patient Has an Irreparable Massive Rotator Cuff Tear: When Should I Use a Soft Tissue Reconstruction, When Should I Use an Arthroplasty, and How do I Get it Right?

ICL Description

Originally accepted for presentation at the 2020 AANA Annual Meeting in Texas, this ICL will focus on current treatment strategies for articular cartilage, highlighting the controversies and different approaches from a diverse faculty perspective.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants should be able to:

  1. Determine which patients with massive irreparable rotator cuff tears should be treated with soft tissue reconstructions and which should be treated with reverse shoulder arthroplasty.
  2. Expose the glenoid efficiently and safely.
  3. Understand the use of advanced tools for glenoid planning and placement.
  4. Describe the steps to minimize the risk of complications.

Faculty

Michael H. Amini, M.D. | Mark A. Mighell, M.D. | Patrick St. Pierre, M.D. | Eric T. Ricchetti, M.D.



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Picture of the productArthroscopic ACL Primary Repair (AANA19)
Arthroscopic ACL Primary Repair: Indications, Techniques and Outcomes

Recently there has been resurgent interest in the concept of repairing the native ACL, rather than reconstructing it. Although the disappointing mid term outcomes of open ACL Repair noted in the historic literature led to the abandonment of a preservation approach, more recent data suggests that certain ACL tears may be amenable to repair. With the modern day advances in diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitative technology and understanding, a more selective approach to ACL repair focusing mainly on proximal avulsion type tears has led to encouraging results in multiple early cohorts.

This Instructional Course Lecture will briefly review why we don't currently repair the ACL, and why we should consider adding this preservation approach to our surgical armamentarium. In addition, the two main techniques of ACL repair: the suture anchor based approach, and the suspensory fixation approach will be reviewed in depth regarding technique and outcomes. Finally, a series of clinical case examples will be discussed at length.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Gregory S. DiFelice, M.D.
  • Wiemi A. Douoguih, M.D.
  • Jorge Chahla, M.D.
  • Kevin F. Bonner, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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AM19ON_ICL282
Picture of the productChondral Injury of the Knee (AANA19)
Chondral Injury of the Knee: Current Controversies in 2019

This symposium will focus on current treatment strategies for articular cartilage, highlighting the controversies and different approaches from a diverse faculty perspective.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Aaron J. Krych, M.D.
  • Jack Farr II, M.D.
  • Andreas H. Gomoll, M.D.
  • Paul E. Caldwell, M.D.
  • Rachel M. Frank, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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AM19ON_ICL143
Picture of the productControversies in the Use of Grafts & Patches (AANA19)
Controversies in the Use of Grafts and Patches for Rotator Cuff Surgery: Augmentation, Interposition, Superior Capsule Reconstruction and Bio-inductive Scaffolds

This course will familiarize the participants with the biology and mechanics of rotator cuff patches and grafts; the indications for augmentation, interpositions, superior capsule reconstruction and bio inductive in growth using graft materials, and; the surgical technique for graft implantation.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Richard K.N. Ryu, M.D.
  • John M. Tokish, M.D.
  • F. Alan Barber, M.D.
  • Mark H. Getelman, M.D.
  • Daneil Adolfo Slullitel, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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AM19ON_ICL201
Picture of the productCurrent Controversies in Hip Arthroscopy (AANA19)
Current Controversies in Hip Arthroscopy

This rapid fire ICL covers a broad spectrum of new and/or unresolved controversies involving the growing use of arthroscopy in and around the hip. World-renown faculty present the pros and cons of top controversies while exposing registrants to evidence-based literature and emerging techniques. Topics include but are not limited to the role of hip arthroscopy in dysplasia, osteoarthritis, global pincer femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and an expanding list of posterior hip conditions.

Other controversial topics include which hips need capsular closure, simultaneous bilateral hip arthroscopy versus staged procedures, segmental versus complete reconstruction versus labral augmentation, is hip arthroscopy synonymous with hip preservation, and the emerging role of orthobiologics. Whether newbie or experienced, this ICL aims to expose the registrant to evolving advances in hip arthroscopy and hip preservation.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Dean K. Matsuda, M.D.
  • Marc J. Philippon, M.D.
  • Thomas G. Sampson, M.D.
  • Omer Y. Mei-Dan, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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AM19ON_ICL281
Picture of the productHype, Promise, and Reality: Biologics 2019 (AANA19)
Hype, Promise, and Reality: Orthopedic Use of Biologics in 2019

Orthobiologics is an emerging field which offers great promise, but the interest in the lay press has outstripped the science. This course covers the established applications of orthobiologics, as well as emerging areas of interest, and the regulatory aspects of the use of these emerging devices and products.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Stephen C. Weber, M.D.
  • Scott A. Rodeo, M.D.
  • Brian J. Cole, M.D.
  • Cathal J. Moran, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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AM19ON_ICL283
Picture of the productInnovative Techniques for Complex Meniscal Repair (AANA19)
Innovative Techniques for Complex Meniscal Repair, Substitution, and Meniscal Allograft Transplantation

Despite awareness of the important role of the meniscus, repair of complex meniscal tears (i.e., radial, horizontal, root) and treatment of meniscal deficiency remain a challenge. This course familiarizes the surgeon with innovative techniques for complex meniscal repair and meniscal healing, novel options for meniscus substitution, and meniscal allograft transplantation.

Available CME credits: 3.00

Faculty
  • Seth L. Sherman, M.D.
  • Scott A. Rodeo, M.D.
  • Adam Yanke, M.D.
  • Wayne K. Gersoff, M.D.


Non-member price: 80.00
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Designation and Accreditation

The Arthroscopy Association of North America designates these activities for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. These enduring materials can help fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification.

AANA is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Physician should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 
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