Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Experts Contribute to Course Lectures and Presentations at the AOSSM 2022 Annual Meeting

July 26, 2022

The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) hosted its 50th annual meeting July 13-17, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Several members of the UPMC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery attended and contributed to meaningful instructional courses, panel discussions, and lectures. Learn more about their contributions below and view the full schedule of events.

Alumni of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine also came together for the Panther Alumni Meeting on Friday, July 15, 2022, in memory of Dr. Freddie Fu.

Instructional Courses

Which ACL Reconstruction Needs More? A Case-Based Discussion of Slope Correction, Lateral Augmentation, Meniscal Transplantation
Bryson P. Lesniak, MD; Volker Musahl, MD

Common Shoulder Problems in Overhead Sports: An Interactive, Round Table, Case-Based, Problem-Solving Session
Albert Lin, MD

Evolving Responsibilities of the Orthopaedic Team Physician: Managing the Sidelines and Landmines
James P. Bradley, MD

Contemporary Surgical Management of Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries – Why, When, and How?
Volker Musahl, MD

Team Physician Update: It’s Not a Knee or a Shoulder Injury, Am I Doing it Right?
Craig S. Mauro, MD

Technical Tips and Tricks for Knee Osteotomy
Volker Musahl, MD

Lectures and Presentations

Posterior Shoulder Instability: A Case Panel
James P. Bradley, MD

All Inside Meniscal Repair Tips and Techniques
Volker Musahl, MD

Traumatic Rotator Cuff Tears Have Greater Improvements in Functional Outcomes than Non-Traumatic Tears Following Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Stephanie Boden, MD

“Distance to Dislocation” as a Predictor of Surgical Failure Following Primary Arthroscopic Anterior Labral Repair: Rethinking the Glenoid Track Concept
Aaron E. Barrow, MD

Decision Making in the Setting of Bone Loss
Albert Lin, MD

Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Following a Second Dislocation Results in Increased Failure Rates Compared to Immediate Repair After Following a Traumatic First Time Dislocation
Michael Fox, MD

Fracture Morphology, Surgical Technique, and Obesity as Predictors of Major Postoperative Complications in Midshaft Clavicle Fractures
Shaquille Charles, MSc

Preoperative Advanced Imaging Predicts Coracoid Graft Size and Restoration of the Glenoid Track in Patients Undergoing Latarjet Procedures
Stephanie Boden, MD

ISAKOS – Shoulder Instability: Perspectives from Around the World
Albert Lin, MD