OrthoAspen Grand Rounds
Learn about innovations in diagnosis and treatment of today's orthopedic conditions. Build community with fellow colleagues and foster new connections.
OrthoAspen's Grand Rounds series offers a dynamic learning experience, bringing back a time-honored tradition with a twist. Earn continuing education credits (2 CMEs each) by attending the Grand Rounds lectures, featuring nationally and internationally renowned speakers who share their latest insights in medical research and orthopedic practice.
Free and open to members of the medical community, the Grand Rounds series explores topics relevant to today's practicing orthopedic surgeons, phyiscal therapists and other interested medical professionals. Each lecture takes place in Aspen, Colorado, and is followed by a light bites reception and networking opportunities. The area is a destination for world-class outdoor activity. Stay for the lecture, or stay for the weekend, and take in all Aspen has to offer.
Friday, February 9, 2018 | 4:00 pm
Aspen Meadows Resort, Aspen, CO
Dr. Michael Hausman
CHRONIC ELBOW INSTABILITY
Chronic elbow instability after elbow fractures or dislocations is a frequent source of pain and disability, and it can lead to permanent damage of the elbow joint. New research, particularly about the medical aspect of the elbow joint, and new treatment options can prevent or help successfully treat this condition. Dr. Hausman will review recent studies from his laboratory and new treatment options for medial, lateral and longitudinal instability of the forearm and the elbow.
ABOUT DR. HAUSMAN
Dr. Hausman is the Robert K. Lippmann Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Vice-Chairman of the department of Orthopedics at Mount Sinai, and Chief of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery for the Mount Sinai Health System. Dr. Hausman is an internationally recognized upper extremity surgeon who treats disorders of the hand, elbow, shoulder and peripheral nerves.
Friday, March 23, 2018 | 4:00 pm
Aspen Meadows Resort, Aspen, CO
Dr. Bradford Parsons
ROTATOR CUFF TEARS: CURRENT DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT OPTIONS AND OUTCOMES
Explore the history of rotator cuff tears including common presentation and physical examination findings. Dr. Parsons will review current diagnostic work-up including imaging findings and how to differentiate tears. Emphasis will be placed on how current treatment strategies, including non-operative modalities and when they should be utilized, including therapy and injections. Current advanced techniques for arthroscopic rotator cuff tears will also be discussed. A review of the outcomes of rotator cuff repair will highlight recent literature and focus on areas which can impact improved tendon healing and restoration of function. This presentation concludes on a review of revision repair and reconstructive efforts.
ABOUT DR. PARSONS
Actively involved in research, Dr. Parsons is Associate Professor and Residency Program Director at the Leni and Peter W. May Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and is a fellowship trained shoulder and elbow specialist.
RESERVE YOUR PLACE at Grand RoundsRegister today for one or both winter lectures. All lectures are free and take place at 4:00 pm at the Aspen Meadows Resort in Aspen, Colorado, followed by a light bites reception and networking opportunities. An RSVP is required. Attendees will earn continuing education credits (2 CMEs for each lecture). Topics provide valuable insights for orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists and interested medical professionals.
Aspen Meadows Resort RSVP to Rebecca Sheehan
845 Meadows Rd, Aspen, CO 81611 Medical Staff & Credentialing Coordinator
970/925-4240 Aspen Valley Hospital
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Or, call onsite resevations at 970/925.4240 and ask for Betty Schou.