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1 10TH Biennial isakos congress JUNE 7 11, LYON, FRANCE Preliminary Program / 2015Congress

2 On behalf of the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, we cordially invite you to the 10th Biennial ISAKOS Congress in Lyon, France. This is a special year for ISAKOS as it is the 20th anniversary of the Society! The ISAKOS Congress continues to be considered a premier international meeting, providing a diverse and unique opportunity for attendees to share, discuss and learn the latest advancements in arthroscopy, knee surgery and sports medicine. The five-day Congress will include a variety of educational opportunities such as surgical demonstrations, paper presentations, debates, lectures, symposia and instructional course lectures. Lunch time hands-on workshops, electronic posters and technical exhibits will also be offered. The ISAKOS Congress provides a variety of new prophylactic, therapeutic and surgical technique information, allowing attendees to expand their knowledge and enhance their surgical skills. The beautiful city of Lyon is a classic backdrop for an ISAKOS Congress. With more than 2000 years of colorful, tumultuous and thriving history, this French city celebrates the art of living, luxury and fine cuisine. The ISAKOS Congress will also host a variety of social events such as the Welcome Reception for all Congress attendees and their guests, a spouse and guest program and a special tour program. You are a vital part of the 10th Biennial ISAKOS Congress! We hope you will plan to participate in the international experience that is the ISAKOS Congress. We look forward to seeing you in Lyon! Masahiro Kurosaka President Anastasios D. Georgoulis Program Chair Congress Information ISAKOS Congress at the Lyon Convention Centre at the Cité Internationale Sunday, June 7 Thursday, June 11, 2015 Pre-Courses at the Lyon Convention Centre at the Cité Internationale Saturday, June 6, 2015 Expected Attendance More than 4,000 surgeons specializing in arthroscopy, knee surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine. Conference Location Lyon Convention Centre at the Cité Internationale 50 Quai Charles de Gaulle Lyon cedex 06 FRANCE Congress Content Pre-Course: Advances in the Management of Knee Pathology: ACL, Meniscus, Patellofemoral, Osteotomy, and Chondral Pathology Pre-Course: International Update on Surgical Controversies of the Shoulder Pre-Course: ISAKOS & FIFA: Challenges in Safety and Health in Football 2015 Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course: Global Perspectives for the Physical Therapist & Athletic Trainer Five meeting days with more than 275 Scientific Papers Panel Discussions, Debates, Symposia Instructional Course Lectures Paper and eposter Presentations Lunchtime Lectures and Workshops Surgical Demonstrations Technical Exhibits CME Certification Spouse and Guest Morning Café Welcome Reception 2 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

3 CME Hours The 10th Biennial ISAKOS Congress, the three Pre-Courses and the Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course will be planned and implemented in accordance with the essential areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through joint sponsorship. Educational Objectives Discuss new initiatives in medicine and technology as they relate to arthroscopy, knee surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine. Evaluate clinical cases and practice evidence-based, informed orthopaedic care. Demonstrate the application of current techniques, procedures and research. Identify and analyze current research data pertaining to the fields of ankle, foot, knee, hip, wrist, elbow, shoulder and sports medicine. Technical Exhibits Attendees must be registered for the meeting in order to access the Exhibit Hall. Exhibits will be open: Sunday, June 7 08:30 15:30 and 17:30 20:00 Monday, June 8 08:30 15:30 Tuesday, June 9 08:30 15:00 Wednesday, June 10 08:30 15:30 What s Online? Program at a Glance Daily Interactive Agenda Social Programs and Events Travel and Tours Hotel Accommodations Exhibit Information Sponsorships Lunchtime Sessions Surgical Demos And more! / 2015congress 10TH Biennial isakos congress JUNE 7 11, LYON, FRANCE Thank you for your interest in registering for the 2015 ISAKOS Congress in Lyon, France! Registration Fees (All prices are in US dollars.) Early by 2 / 28 / 15 Late by 4 / 30 / 15 Onsite After 4 / 30 / 15 ISAKOS Congress Registration Member* US $700 US $800 US $900 Non-Member US $950 US $1,050 US $1,150 Presenter / Faculty US $775 US $875 US $975 Allied Health** US $400 US $500 US $600 Resident / Fellow** US $400 US $500 US $600 Exhibitor Representative*** US $600 US $600 US $725 ICLs No Additional Fee Included in Registration Pre-Courses Saturday, June 6, 2015 Advances in Management of Knee Pathology: ACL, Meniscus, Patellofemoral, Osteotomy and Chondral Pathology US $175 US $200 US $225 International Update on Surgical Controversies of the Shoulder US $175 US $200 US $225 ISAKOS & FIFA: Challenges in Safety and Health in Football 2015 US $175 US $200 US $225 Concurrent Course Sunday, June 7 Tuesday, June 9 Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course Only US $375 $425 US $475 Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course with Congress Registration US $100 US $100 US $100 Social Activities Welcome Reception No Additional Fee Included in Registration Spouse and Guest Morning Café US $75 US $100 US $125 * Active and Associate Members Only. Members are required to have paid all dues owed to ISAKOS. If dues are not paid prior to registering, they will be requested at the time of registration. ** Allied Health and Resident / Fellow Registrants must provide proof of status prior to picking up badge onsite. Those who are unable to provide proof of status will be asked to pay the full registration price. *** Exhibitor representative must provide proof of affiliation (business card) with the exhibiting company and a photo ID in order to receive their badge. Badges will not be given to anyone other than the individual named on the badge. Price includes Physiotherapy Course and Exhibit Access only. Registrants cannot attend ICLs and other ISAKOS Congress sessions. ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

4 Pre-Courses Advances in the Management of Knee Pathology: ACL, Meniscus, Patellofemoral, Osteotomy, and Chondral Pathology CHAIRS: Elizabeth A. Arendt, MD, USA David Anthony Parker, MBBS, BMedSci, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Willem M. Van Der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho, SOUTH AFRICA This pre-course will provide a comprehensive update and overview of the latest knowledge and techniques relevant to the management of knee pathology for the orthopaedic surgeon. The course will be suitable for the subspecialist knee surgeon and also the general orthopaedic surgeon with an interest in knee surgery, and will cover a diverse collection of topics to provide a clinically relevant comprehensive summary of current knowledge and latest trends. The topics will include Primary and Revision ACL Surgery, Management of Patellofemoral Instability, Meniscal Repair and Meniscectomy, Realignment Osteotomy, and Management of Chondral Pathology. The day will consist of a series of expert and evidence-based lectures in the morning, and cadaveric practical demonstrations in the afternoon. In addition to the lectures there will be debates and panel discussions, particularly on controversial topics. FACULTY: Mark Clatworthy, FRACS, NEW ZEALAND Gregory Scott Difelice, MD, USA Julian A. Feller, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Freddie H. Fu, MD, USA Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, JAPAN Sebastien Lustig, MD, Prof., FRANCE Robert A. Magnussen, MD, USA Shuichi Matsuda, MD, PhD, JAPAN Eiichi Nakamura, MD, PhD, JAPAN Philippe Noel Neyret, MD, FRANCE Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Robert Jacek Smigielski, MD, POLAND Tim Spalding, FRCS Orth, UNITED KINGDOM Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD, BELGIUM Christopher John Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA, AUSTRALIA Morning Session: Didactic Anterior Cruciate Ligament: Back to Basics Anatomy: Double Bundle or Ribbons and Crescents Biomechanics: Anatomic or Isometric or Over the Top Surgical Landmarks: Arthroscopic or X-Ray Assisted / Navigation Primary ACL: How to Avoid Complications Identify Predisposing Factors: Genetics, Neuro-Muscular, Tibial Slope, Age, Other Injuries, Varus-Valgus Timing of Surgery: Early vs. Late Pros and Cons Tunnel Positions and Size: Same Tunnel for Everyone or Not? Graft: Same Graft for Everyone? Extra ACL Pathology: Meniscus, Colaterals, ALL Meniscus Menisectomy: Indications, Technique and Evidence Current Concepts in Meniscal Repair Complications in Meniscus Surgery Patellofemoral Imaging of the Patellofemoral Joint MPFL Reconstruction Tibial Tubercle Transfer Management of Acute Dislocation Functional Testing and Return to Sports HTO / Cartilage Indications, Preoperative Assessment and Correction Prescription Medial Opening Wedge HTO Technique Lateral Closing Wedge HTO Technique Osteotomy for Instability, Including Management of Tibial Slope Outcomes and Future Directions in Osteotomy Chondral Pathology: Which Lesions to Debride and Techniques of Debridement Chondral Pathology: Techniques to Restore Joint Surface Afternoon Session: Surgical Demonstrations Surgical Demonstration: ACL Arthroscopic Landmarks: Where to Drill Every Tunnel and the Best Way to Get There Extra Articular Anterolateral Ligament Reconstruction Surgical Demonstration: HTO Medial Opening Wedge HTO and Lateral Closing Wedge HTO Surgical Demonstration: Patellofemoral Distalising Tibial Tubercle Osteotomy Combined with MPFL Reconstruction Surgical Demonstration: Meniscus Meniscal Repair Techniques 2 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

5 International Update on Surgical Controversies of the Shoulder CHAIRS: Guillermo R. Arce, MD, ARGENTINA Philippe Hardy, PhD, FRANCE Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD, JAPAN ISAKOS is pleased to offer a surgical skills oriented pre-course on Shoulder procedures. The goal of the International Update on Surgical Controversies of the Shoulder pre-course is to evaluate the optimal use of diverse techniques for a variety of upper extremity surgical procedures. This pre-course will also help participants to formulate surgical protocols for upper extremity procedures that integrate strategies to avoid potential complications. This pre-course is unique in its presentation of surgical techniques, involving demonstrations, as well as pearls and pitfalls, and discussions for each topic. Featured procedures will include Instability with Arthroscopic and Open Reconstructions, Biceps Tenodesis, Glenohumeral Arthroscopic Arthrolysis, Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repair, Double Row Rotator Cuff Repair, Latissimus Dorsi Harvesting and Shoulder Arthroplasties. FACULTY: Richard L. Angelo, MD, USA Gregory Ian Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD, AUSTRALIA Pascal Boileau, MD, Prof., FRANCE Stephen S. Burkhart, MD, USA Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA, SPAIN Jiwu Chen, MD, PhD, CHINA Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD, ITALY Ronald L. Diercks, Prof., MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL Andreas B. Imhoff, MD, Prof., GERMANY Jean Kany, MD, FRANCE Seung-Ho Kim, MD, PhD, KOREA Philippe Landreau, MD, QATAR Kevin D. Plancher, MD, USA Alberto Castro Pochini, MD, BRAZIL Matthew T. Provencher, MD, USA Felix Henry Savoie III, MD, USA Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Daniel Adolfo Slullitel, MD, Prof., ARGENTINA Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD, JAPAN Gilles Walch, MD, FRANCE Morning Session: Surgical Demonstrations Session I: The Unstable Shoulder Latarjet Hill Sachs Remplissage Posterior Bankart Arthroscopic Repair Session II: Biceps and AC Joint Biceps Tenodesis Arthroscopic Stabilization of the AC Joint Session III: Rotator Cuff Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repair Arthroscopic Double Row Rotator Cuff Repair Arthroscopic Latissimus Dorsi Transfer Afternoon Session: Didactic and Surgical Videos Session IV: Shoulder Replacement Anatomic Humeral Head Replacement Glenoid Exposure Anatomic Glenoid Replacement Session V: Other Topics Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty Harvesting the Latissimus Dorsi RSA and Glenoid Bone Loss Session VI: Difficult Cases Discussion ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

6 Pre-Courses ISAKOS & FIFA: Challenges in Safety and Health in Football 2015 CHAIRS: Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, BRAZIL Joao Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD, PORTUGAL Jose F. Huylebroek, MD, BELGIUM Bert R. Mandelbaum, MD, DHL (Hon), USA This pre-course is designed for anyone involved in the treatment or management of soccer players. As the most popular sport in the world, there is a unique need for specific information on the treatment of soccer athletes. This course will be co-sponsored with the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), to accomplish ISAKOS mission to advance the worldwide exchange and dissemination of education, research and patient care in arthroscopy, knee surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine, as well as FIFA s to Develop the game, touch the world, build a better future. This course is a great opportunity for athletes, team physicians, athletic trainers and coaches to learn more about the treatment of soccer players! FACULTY: Annunziato Amendola, MD, USA Paco Bioska, MD, UNITED KINGDOM Mario Bizzini, PT, PhD, SWITZERLAND Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD, SPAIN Stefano Della Villa, MD, ITALY Ricardo Guillermo Denari, Prof., ARGENTINA Michel D Hooghe, MD, BELGIUM Pieter Paul D Hooghe, MD, MSC, QATAR Jiri Dvorak, Prof., SWITZERLAND Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL Jan Ekstrand, MD, PhD, SWEDEN Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD, Asst. Prof., SWEDEN Collin Fuller, MD, PhD, Asst. Prof., UNITED KINGDOM Alberto W. Gobbi, MD, ITALY Rodrigo Campos Pace Lasmar, MD, BRAZIL Philipp Lobenhoffer, MD, GERMANY Paulo Lobo, Jr., MD, BRAZIL Philippe Noel Neyret, MD, FRANCE Osvaldo Pangrazio, PARAGUAY Andre Pedrinelli, MD, Prof., BRAZIL Ricardo Pruna, MD, SPAIN Fernando Radice, MD, CHILE Eric Rolland, PSG, FRANCE Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Edilson Schwansee Thiele, PhD, BRAZIL Peter Ueblacker, MD, GERMANY C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS Andy Williams, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof., ITALY Session I: Football Players Concussion and Turf Injuries ISAKOS & FIFA Partnership Planning Program Why is Football the Most Popular Sport in the World? Concussion Criteria to Remove a Player from the Match Case Discussion: Experienced European Panel Influence of Artificial Turf in Football Lesions Session II: The World Cup The Medical Organization During the World Cup and Its Legacy What I Learned During the World Cup in Brazil, From a Non-Brazilian Point of View Analysis and Classification of the Lesions During the 2014 World Cup in Brazil Session III: Injury Prevention Injury Prevention Program: FIFA 11+ FIFA 11+ S Prevention Program for Upper Extremity Risk Management: FIFA s Approach for Protecting the Health of Football Players Biomechanics of the Kick The Importance of Shin Splint Use Muscle Lesions New Classification System Session IV: Ankle Injuries and Other Lesions Ankle Ligament Lesions Ankle Impingement and Osteochondral Lesions Female s Lesions in Soccer Growth Related Injuries in Young Players Meniscus Lesions To Repair or Not? Chondral Lesion Treatment in Football Athletes Session V: Topics of the Knee Tibial Osteotomy is the End of the Career: Myth or Truth? Do Ligaments Heal Faster in Athletes? Patellar Tendon: Rupture and Repair Session VI: Biologics PRP In Football Athletes Stem Cell Treatment: Past, Present and Future Session VII: Return to Sports and Case Discussion Criteria for Return to Sports Case Discussion: A South American Perspective 10TH Biennial isakos congress JUNE 7 11, LYON, FRANCE 4 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

7 Instructional Course Lectures ICL #01: Advances in Knee Osteotomy Partner Society Instructional Course Lecture: ESSKA Chair: Matteo Denti, MD, ITALY Neil Thomas, FRCS, UNITED KINGDOM Dietrich Pape, MD, PhD, LUXEMBOURG Patrick Djian, MD, FRANCE Philipp Lobenhoffer, MD, GERMANY Romain Seil, MD, LUXEMBOURG Ronald Van Heerwaarden, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS ICL #02: How to Avoid Intra-Operative Complications in ACL Reconstruction Chair: Peter Myers, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Mark Miller, MD, USA Sven Scheffler, MD, PhD, GERMANY Andy Williams, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Thore Zantop, MD, GERMANY ICL #03: Management of Multi-Ligament Knee Injuries Co-Chairs: Myles Coolican, FRACS, AUSTRALIA and Bruce Levy, MD, USA Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, JAPAN Scott Rodeo, MD, USA Daniel Whelan, MD, MSc, CANADA ICL #04: The Painful Total Knee Replacement: A Comprehensive Approach Co-Chairs: Christopher Vertullo, MBBS, FRACS (Orth), FAOrthA, AUSTRALIA and Kelly Vince, MD, NEW ZEALAND Michel Bonnin, MD, FRANCE Arnaldo Hernandez, MD, PhD, BRAZIL Ernesto Mahamud, MD, SPAIN ICL #05: Shoulder Instability: An International Perspective Chair: Matthew Provencher, MD, USA Klaus Bak, MD, DENMARK Laurent Lafosse, MD, FRANCE Fernando Radice, MD, CHILE Giuseppe Milano, MD, ITALY ICL #06: Acute Ankle Injuries in the Athlete Co-Chairs: James Calder, UNITED KINGDOM and Robert Smigielski, MD, POLAND Harvinder Bedi, FRACS, MPH, AUSTRALIA Gino Kerkhoffs, MD, PhD, Prof., NETHERLANDS Hajo Thermann, PhD, Prof., GERMANY ICL #07: An Introduction to Hip Arthroscopy Co-Chairs: J.W. Thomas Byrd, MD, USA and John O Donnell, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Allston Stubbs, MD, USA Markus Schofer, PhD, GERMANY Nicolas Bonin, MD, FRANCE ICL #08: Elbow Instability in the Athlete Co-Chairs: Gregory Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD, AUSTRALIA and Francois Kelberine, MD, FRANCE Andrey Korolev, Prof., MD, PhD, RUSSIA Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD, JAPAN ICL #09: Critical Issues in the Care of the Injured Athlete Partner Society Instructional Course Lecture: AOSSM Chair: Robert Arciero, MD, USA Kurt Spindler, MD, USA Christopher Harner, MD, USA Christopher Kaeding, MD, USA Peter Indelicato, MD, USA Scott Gillogly, MD, USA Robert Burks, MD, USA James Andrews, MD, USA Anthony Romeo, MD, USA Felix Savoie III, MD, USA ICL #10: Game Changers. Pearls for the Top Five Procedures in Shoulder Arthroscopy Partner Society Instructional Course Lecture: SLARD Chair: Guillermo R. Arce, MD, ARGENTINA Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA, SPAIN Vicente Gutierrez, MD, CHILE Luis Vargas, MD, VENEZUELA ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

8 Instructional Course Lectures ICL #11: Pediatric ACL Reconstruction Co-Chairs: Romain Seil, MD, LUXEMBOURG and Allen Anderson, MD, USA Justin Roe, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Frank Chotel, MD, Prof., FRANCE ICL #12: Surgery for Patellofemoral Instability Co-Chairs: Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE and Elizabeth Arendt, MD, USA Julian Feller, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Christian Fink, Prof., MD, AUSTRIA Radu Prejbeanu, MD, PhD, ROMANIA ICL #13: Unicompartmental Knee Replacement Co-Chairs: Sebastien Lustig, MD, Prof., FRANCE and John Bartlett, MD, AUSTRALIA Christopher Dodd, FRCS, UNITED KINGDOM Robert Magnussen, MD, USA Peter Verdonk, MD, PhD, BELGIUM ICL #14: Shoulder Instability: Managing the Bone and Soft Tissue Defects Co-Chairs: Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD, JAPAN and Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL Carina Cohen, MD, BRAZIL Anthony Romeo, MD, USA Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD, ITALY ICL #15: Introduction to Wrist Arthroscopy Co-Chairs: Luigi Pederzini, MD, ITALY and Michael Redler, MD, USA Gregory Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD, AUSTRALIA Gary Poehling, MD, USA ICL #16: Surgery for Chronic Ankle Instability Co-Chairs: Thomas Bauer, MD, FRANCE and Jorge Batista, MD, ARGENTINA Jordi Vega, MD, SWITZERLAND Gino Kerkhoffs, MD, PhD, Prof., NETHERLANDS Geoffrey Tymms, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIA ICL #17: Partner Society Instructional Course Lecture: APKASS ICL #18: Multidirectional Shoulder Instability Partner Society Instructional Course Lecture: AANA Chair: Jeffrey Abrams, MD, USA Richard Angelo, MD, USA William Beach, MD, USA Larry Field, MD, USA Richard Ryu, MD, USA Felix Savoie III, MD, USA ICL #19: The Importance of Surgical Technique in the Outcome of TKR Chair: Parag Sancheti, MS (Orth), DNB (Orth), Mch (Orth), FRCS (Ed), INDIA David Barrett, MD, FRCS, UNITED KINGDOM Nicolaas Budhiparama, MD, FICS, INDONESIA René Verdonk, MD, PhD, BELGIUM Paolo Adravanti, MD, ITALY ICL #20: Management of PCL Injuries: An Evidence-Based Approach Co-Chairs: Robert LaPrade, MD, PhD, USA and Ricardo Cury, MD, BRAZIL Nicholas Kennedy, BS, USA SG Kim, MD, KOREA Bruce Twaddle, FRACS, USA ICL #21: Long-Term Results of Different ACL Grafts in Competitive Sports Co-Chairs: Kurt Spindler, MD, USA and Jacques Ménétrey, Prof., SWITZERLAND Jack Andrish, MD, USA Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD, Assoc. Prof., SWEDEN Kevin Plancher, MD, USA Patrick Yung, FRCS(Orth Surgery), FHKCOS, FHKAM, FRCS, MBChB, HONG KONG ICL #22: Ankle Arthroscopy: Indications and Technique Co-Chairs: C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS and Annunziato Amendola, MD, USA Stéphane Guillo, MD, FRANCE Jorge Batista, MD, ARGENTINA Harvinder Bedi, FRACS, MPH, AUSTRALIA 6 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

9 ICL #23: An Update on Elbow Arthroscopy: A Case-Based Approach Chair: Gary Poehling, MD, USA Mauricio Largacha, MD, COLOMBIA Felix Savoie III, MD, USA Luigi Pederzini, MD, ITALY Denise Eygendaal, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS ICL #24: Management of the Stiff Shoulder Co-Chairs: Ronald Diercks, Prof. MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS and Kevin Shea, MD, USA Rupen Dattani, MD, FRCS, UNITED KINGDOM Yoshihiro Hagiwara, MD, PhD, JAPAN Jih-Yang Ko, MD, TAIWAN Yang-Soo Kim, MD, PhD, Prof., KOREA Bernd Kilian, GERMANY ICL #25: Revision ACL Reconstruction Co-Chairs: Francesco Giron, MD, PhD, ITALY and Bjorn Engstrom, MD, PhD, Assoc. Prof., SWEDEN Charles Brown, Jr., MD, USA Julian Feller, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Wei Lu, MD, PhD, Prof., CHINA Andy Williams, MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Orth), UNITED KINGDOM ICL #30: Innovative Treatment of Cartilage Lesions Chair: Mats Brittberg, MD, PhD, SWEDEN Andreas Gomoll, MD, USA Johnny Huard, PhD, USA Elizaveta Kon, MD, ITALY Khay Yong Saw, MB ChB, MCh Orth, FRCS(Edin), MALAYSIA ICL #31: Management of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears Chair: Tom Ludvigsen, MD, NORWAY Marcelo Campos, MD, BRAZIL Richard Angelo, MD, USA Yon-Sik Yoo, MD, PhD, KOREA Andrey Korolev, Prof., MD, PhD, RUSSIA ICL #32: Chronic Tendonitis: Physiotherapy, Injections or Surgical Intervention? Co-Chairs: Nicola Maffulli, MD, PhD, MS, FRCS(Orth), UNITED KINGDOM and John Bergfeld, MD, USA Jon Karlsson, Prof., SWEDEN Omer Mei-Dan, MD, USA Ignacio Muñoz Criado, MD, SPAIN Lynn Snyder-Mackler, PT, ScD, FAPTA, USA ICL #26: Surgery for Isolated Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis Co-Chairs: Shuichi Matsuda, MD, PhD, JAPAN and David Dejour, MD, FRANCE Javier Vaquero, MD, PhD, SPAIN Luis Valenzuela, MD, CHILE Jess Lonner, MD, USA ICL #27: Osteotomy for Knee Instability Co-Chairs: Mark Clatworthy, FRACS, NEW ZEALAND and Timothy Whitehead, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Sebastien Lustig, MD, Prof., FRANCE Frank Noyes, MD, USA Roland Jakob, Prof. Emeritus, SWITZERLAND ICL #28: ACL Re-Injury Risk After Return to Competitive Sports: Predictors and Preventions Co-Chairs: Christopher Kaeding, MD, USA and Per Renström, MD, PhD, SWEDEN Timothy Hewett, PhD, USA Andre Pedrinelli, MD, Prof., BRAZIL Erik Witvrouw, PhD, PT, QATAR ICL #29: Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus Co-Chairs: Nobuo Adachi, MD, PhD, JAPAN and John Kennedy, MD, FRCS, USA Masato Takao, MD, PhD, JAPAN Jin Lee, MD, KOREA ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

10 Symposia Ankle Advances in Ankle Arthroscopy Co-Chairs: C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS and James Calder, UNITED KINGDOM Thomas Bauer, MD, FRANCE Stéphane Guillo, MD, FRANCE Jordi Vega, MD, SWITZERLAND Arthroscopy & Orthopaedics Education in Arthroscopy and the Role of Simulators Co-Chairs: Mustafa Karahan, Prof., TURKEY and C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS Kai-Ming Chan, MD, HONG KONG Gabriëlle Tuijthof, MSc, PhD, NETHERLANDS Nikhil Verma, MD, USA Biologics Biologic Therapies for Cartilage Chair: Johnny Huard, PhD, USA Adam Anz, MD, USA Rocky Tuan, PhD, USA Peter Wehling, MD, GERMANY Asbjørn Årøen, MD, PhD, NORWAY Biological Treatments for Ligament Injuries Co-Chairs: Francois Kelberine, MD, FRANCE and Savio Woo, PhD, DSc, D Eng, USA Chih-Hwa Chen, MD, TAIWAN Mahmut Doral, MD, Prof., TURKEY Masafumi Horie, MD, PhD, JAPAN Elbow & Wrist Advances in Elbow and Wrist Arthroscopy in Athletically Active Patients Co-Chairs: Luigi Pederzini, MD, ITALY and Marc Safran, MD, USA Gregory Bain, MBBS, FRACS, PhD, AUSTRALIA Christophe Mathoulin, MD, Prof., FRANCE Gary Poehling, MD, USA Hip Advances in Hip Arthroscopy Co-Chairs: Nicolas Bonin, MD, FRANCE and Marc Philippon, MD, USA Richard Villar, MA, MS, FRCS, UNITED KINGDOM Frederic Laude, MD, FRANCE Vikas Khanduja, MA, MBBS, MSc, FRCS, FRCS (Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Knee Knee Collateral Ligaments Co-Chairs: Robert LaPrade, MD, PhD, USA and Halit Pinar, Prof., MD, TURKEY Marco Demange, MD, PhD, BRAZIL Reha Tandogan, MD, Prof., TURKEY Bruce Twaddle, FRACS, USA Preserving the Meniscus Co-Chairs: Roland Becker, MD, PhD, Prof., GERMANY and Christopher Harner, MD, USA Mustafa Karahan, Prof., TURKEY Peter Myers, MBBS, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Jean Francois Potel, MD, FRANCE Knee: ACL Cartilage and ACL Injury Co-Chairs: Alberto Gobbi, MD, ITALY and Chadwick Prodromos, MD, USA Mats Brittberg, MD, PhD, SWEDEN Maurilio Marcacci, MD, ITALY Norimasa Nakamura, MD, PhD, JAPAN Failed ACL Reconstruction Co-Chairs: Robert Marx, MD, MSc, FRCSC, USA and Robert Arciero, MD, USA Christopher Harner, MD, USA Konsei Shino, MD, PhD, JAPAN Stefano Zaffagnini, MD, Prof., ITALY 8 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

11 Healing of ACL and ACL Grafts Clinical Implications Co-Chairs: Freddie Fu, MD, USA and Christophe Hulet, MD, Prof., FRANCE Kivanc Atesok, MD, MSc, CANADA Peter Brucker, MD, PhD, MSc, GERMANY James Lubowitz, MD, USA Innovative Knowledge on ACL Biomechanics Co-Chairs: Kazunori Yasuda, MD, PhD, JAPAN and Timothy Hewett, PhD, USA Andrew Amis, PhD, DSc, UNITED KINGDOM Volker Musahl, MD, USA Evangelos Pappas, PT, PhD, OCS, AUSTRALIA Knee Laxity and Rotation Measurment Co-Chairs: Joao Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD, PORTUGAL and Jon Karlsson, Prof., SWEDEN Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, JAPAN Andrew Pearle, MD, USA Romain Seil, MD, LUXEMBOURG Elvire Servien, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Remnants Preserving ACL Reconstruction Chair: Mitsuo Ochi, MD, PhD, JAPAN Freddie Fu, MD, USA Sung-Jae Kim, MD, PhD, FACS, KOREA Rainer Siebold, MD, Assoc. Prof., GERMANY Kazunori Yasuda, MD, PhD, JAPAN Short Grafts for ACL Reconstruction Co-Chairs: James Lubowitz, MD, USA and Stephane Plaweski, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Michel Collette, MD, BELGIUM Yasuyuki Ishibashi, MD, JAPAN Hubert Lanternier, MD, FRANCE The Different Aspects of an Anatomical ACL Reconstruction Co-Chairs: Edward Wojtys, MD, USA and Manfred Bernard, MD, PhD, GERMANY Giuliano Cerulli, MD, ITALY Anastasios Georgoulis, MD, GREECE Takeshi Muneta, MD, PhD, JAPAN The Shape of the ACL Implications to Surgery Co-Chairs: Konsei Shino, MD, PhD, JAPAN and Edward Wojtys, MD, USA Freddie Fu, MD, USA Anastasios Georgoulis, MD, GREECE Robert Smigielski, MD, POLAND Knee: Patellofemoral Joint Medial Patellofemoral Ligament: Anatomy, Injury and Reconstruction Co-Chairs: Donald Fithian, MD, USA and David Dejour, MD, FRANCE Michael Hantes, Assoc. Prof., GREECE Motoyasu Inoue, MD, JAPAN Philip Schoettle, MD, PhD, Assoc. Prof., GERMANY Knee: Total Knee Replacement Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery: CAOS or CHAOS? Chair: Burt Klos, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS Anthony Barrow, UNITED KINGDOM Joerg Luetzne, MD, GERMANY David Parker, MBBS, BMedSci, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Martinus Richter, MD, PhD, GERMANY In Vivo TKA Kinematic: How to Describe it, How to Use it Co-Chairs: Maurilio Marcacci, MD, ITALY and Stephen Howell, MD, USA Johan Bellemans, MD, PhD, BELGIUM Douglas Dennis, MD, USA Philippe Beaufils, MD, FRANCE Physical Activity After Knee Replacement Co-Chairs: Mark Clatworthy, FRACS, NEW ZEALAND and Hermann Mayr, MD, Prof., GERMANY Nanne Kort, MD, PhD, NETHERLANDS Hiromasa Miura, MD, JAPAN The Unhappy TKR Patient Whose X-Ray Looks Fine: Can we Predict, Prevent and Treat Chair: Myles Coolican, FRACS, AUSTRALIA George Macheras, GREECE Willem Van Der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho, SOUTH AFRICA Susanne Fuchs-Winkelmann, MD, Assoc. Prof., GERMANY Francesco Benazzo, MD, Prof., ITALY 10TH Biennial isakos congress JUNE 7 11, LYON, FRANCE ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

12 Symposia Shoulder State of Art in A-C Joint Dislocations Chair: Guillermo Arce, MD, ARGENTINA Klaus Bak, MD, DENMARK Augustus Mazzocca, MS, MD, USA Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL The Biceps Tendon in the Young and Athletically Active Patient Co-Chairs Felix Savoie III, MD, USA and Laurent Lafosse, MD, FRANCE Eugene Ek, MBBS, PhD, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Michael Freehill, MD, USA Lennard Funk, FRCS (Tr / Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Shoulder: Rotator Cuff Treatment of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears Co-Chairs: Stephen Burkhart, MD, USA and Philippe Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Fernando Barclay, MD, ARGENTINA Seung-Ho Kim, MD, PhD, KOREA Teruhisa Mihata, MD, PhD, JAPAN Shoulder: Instability Decision Making in Shoulder Instability Co-Chairs: Matthew Provencher, MD, USA and Guillermo Arce, MD, ARGENTINA Richard Angelo, MD, USA Pascal Boileau, MD, Prof., FRANCE Giovanni Di Giacomo, MD, ITALY Vicente Gutierrez, MD, CHILE Posterior Shoulder Instability Chair: Pericles Papadopoulos, Prof., GREECE Philippe Hardy, MD, PhD, Prof., FRANCE Markus Scheibel, MD, Prof., GERMANY Kevin Shea, MD, USA Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD, JAPAN The Throwing Shoulder: Where Are We Now? Chair: Stephen Burkhart, MD, USA James Andrews, MD, USA Daniel Slullitel, MD, Prof., ARGENTINA Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD, JAPAN Anthony Romeo, MD, USA Shoulder: Rotator Cuff Biology and Biomechanics: Rotator Cuff Co-Chairs: Nahum Rosenberg, MD, ISRAEL and Andreas Imhoff, MD, Prof., GERMANY Olivier Courage, MD, FRANCE Leesa Galatz, MD, USA George Murrell, MD, PhD, AUSTRALIA Pietro Randelli, MD, Prof., ITALY Critical Concepts in Rotator Cuff Repair Co-Chairs: Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD, JAPAN and Felix Savoie III, MD, USA Stephen Burkhart, MD, USA Emilio Calvo, MD, PhD, MBA, SPAIN Andreas Imhoff, MD, Prof., GERMANY Cuff Arthropathy: Indication and Limitation of Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty Co-Chairs Alessandro Castagna, MD, ITALY and Christian Gerber, MD, SWITZERLAND Anders Ekelund, MD, PhD, SWEDEN Ludwig Seebauer, MD, GERMANY Felipe Toro, MD, CHILE Sports Medicine Chondral Lesions in Soccer Players Chair: Norimasa Nakamura, MD, PhD, JAPAN Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD, SPAIN Bert Mandelbaum, MD, DHL (Hon), USA Marc Philippon, MD, USA Antonio Maestro, MD, SPAIN Elite Athletes: Managing Injury, Patients and Team Chair: Marc Safran, MD, USA Peter Brukner, MBBS, FACSP, UNITED KINGDOM Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Full Prof., BRAZIL Lee Kaplan, MD, USA Roddy Mac Donald, UNITED KINGDOM Joao Neto, MD, BRAZIL 2015 CONGRESS LIVE INTERACTIVE AGENDA VIEW ONLINE 10 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

13 Lectures Debates How to Prevent Early Osteoarthritis Following ACL Reconstruction from a Tissue Homeostasis Perspective Scott Dye, MD, USA New Insights into the Surgical Anatomy and Clinical Biomechanics of the ACL Andrew Amis, PhD, DSc, UNITED KINGDOM Anatomical ACL Reconstruction. State of the Art Freddie Fu, MD, USA ACL Augmentation: Precise Technique, Clinical Results Mitsuo Ochi, MD, PhD, JAPAN Highlights in the Evolution of ACL Surgery Pierre Chambat, MD, FRANCE Pediatric ACL Injury Allen Anderson, MD, USA Diagnosis AND Treatment of the Young Throwing Athlete James Andrews, MD, USA Tissue Engineering of Musculoskeletal Tissues: Articular Cartilage, Meniscus and Temporomandibular Joint Articular Cartilage Regeneration Using Autologous Peripheral Blood Stem Cells Khay Yong Saw, MB ChB, MCh Orth, FRCS(Edin), MALAYSIA Xenografts in Orthopaedics: The Future of Ligament Replacement Kevin Stone, MD, USA Hand Injuries in Sport Moroe Beppu, MD, PhD, JAPAN ACL and Meniscus Combined Injury Management in the Acute or Chronic Case Moises Cohen, MD, PhD, Full Prof., BRAZIL Graft Choice for ACL Reconstruction in Athletes: Hamstrings vs. Patellar Tendon Chair: Matteo Denti, MD, ITALY James Andrews, MD, USA Konsei Shino, MD, PhD, JAPAN Will Total Knee Replacement Ever Provide Normal Knee Function? Chair: David Parker, MBBS, BMedSci, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Roland Becker, MD, PhD, Prof., GERMANY Willem Van Der Merwe, MBChB, FCS, SA Ortho, SOUTH AFRICA The Role of PRP Applications in Sport Injuries Chair: Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhD, NORWAY Stephen Abelow, MD, Prof., USA Ramon Cugat, MD, PhD, SPAIN REGISTER TODAY! / 2015Congress join us in Lyon ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

14 Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course CHAIRS: James J. Irrgang, PT, PhD, ATC, FAPTA, USA Robert F. LaPrade, MD, PhD, USA Lynn Snyder-Mackler, PT, ScD, FAPTA, USA Erik Witvrouw, PhD, PT, QATAR ISAKOS is pleased to offer the third ISAKOS Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course. The Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course will be held on Sunday, June 7 through Tuesday, June 9. The ISAKOS Sports Rehabilitation Concurrent Course is intended for physicians, athletic trainers, physiotherapists and coaches concerned with the management or prevention of injuries to the athlete. These topics will be viewed through the international perspective of a diverse and multinational faculty of orthopaedic surgeons and physical therapists. Topics of presentation include Biomechanics of Exercise, Effects of Graft Type and Technique on Post-Operative Rehabilitation, Functional Training and Return to Activity, New Treatments for Muscle Injuries, Treatment Options for Tendinopathy, Electrical Stimulation for Rehabilitation of Muscle Injuries, and Anatomy of Major Joints. FACULTY: Michael James Axe, MD, USA Klaus Bak, MD, DENMARK Ann Cools, PhD, PT, BELGIUM George J. Davies, DPT, PT, ATC, CSCS, USA Karin Gravare Silbernagel, PhD, PT, ATC, USA Stephanie Di Stasi, PT, PhD, OCS, USA Benno Ejnisman, MD, BRAZIL Lars Engebretsen, MD, PhD, NORWAY Julian A. Feller, FRACS, AUSTRALIA Magnus Forssblad, MD, PhD, Assoc. Prof., SWEDEN Freddie H. Fu, MD, USA J. Robert Giffin, MD, FRCSC, CANADA Timothy E. Hewett, PhD, USA Per Hölmich, MD, DMSc, DENMARK Johnny Huard, PhD, USA Nicola Maffulli, MD, PhD, MS, FRCS(Orth), UNITED KINGDOM Robert A. Magnussen, MD, USA Luke O Brien, PT, M.Phty (Sports), SCS, USA May Arna Risberg, PT, PhD, NORWAY Knee Sports Medicine Effects of Exercise on Cartilage After ACL Reconstruction Biomechanics of Exercise for the Knee and Lower Extremity Non-Operative Management of ACL Injuries Anatomic ACL Reconstruction Immediate Post-Op Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction Intermediate and Late Stages of Rehabilitation After ACL Reconstruction Return to Sports After ACL Reconstruction: A Surgeon s Perspective Functional Training and Return to Activity Functional Testing Algorithm for the Knee Procedure Modified Rehabilitation High Tibial Osteotomy in the Athlete s Knee Rehabilitation and Biomechanics High Tibial Osteotomy in the Athlete s Knee PCL and PLC Reconstruction Rehabilitation for Multi-Ligament Injured Knee Meniscus Repair and ACL Reconstruction in Athletes Rehabilitation for Meniscus Injuries Non-Operative Management of Patellofemoral Pain Surgical Management of Patellofemoral Pain and Instability Core Stabilization and Knee Injury Prevention Knee Degenerative Disease Overview of Articular Cartilage Surgery Rehabilitation After Articular Cartilage Surgery Non-Operative Management of Knee Osteoarthritis Surgical Options for Osteoarthritis Hip Growth Factors and Healing Non-Operative Treatment of Extra-Articular Hip Pain Hip Arthroscopy Rehabilitation After Hip Arthroscopy Muscle and Tendon Sports Injuries Evidence-Based Prevention of Muscle and Tendon Injuries in Soccer Players Rehabilitation of Groin Pain and Athletic Pubalgia Rehabilitation of Hamstring, Quadriceps and Gastrocnemius Strains Treatment Options for Tendinopathy: What is the Evidence? Hamstring Injuries: Is the Biceps Cause or Victim? Muscle Healing and Regeneration 12 Questions? the ISAKOS Office

15 Foot & Ankle Orthopaedic Management of Ankle Instability Non-Operative Management of Ankle Sprains Achilles Tendinopathy Rehabilitation After Achilles Tendon Repair Elbow Elbow Anatomy Elbow Arthroscopy Medial and Lateral Epicondilitis of the Elbow Management of Tennis Elbow Shoulder Biomechanics of Shoulder Function Functional Testing Algorithm for the Shoulder Non-Operative Management for Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Update on Rotator Cuff Repair Post-Op Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair Accelerated Approach Post-Op Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair Conservative Approach Operative Management of Shoulder Instability Post-Op Rehabilitation After Rotator Cuff Repair Treatment of the Stiff Shoulder Scapular Disfunction SLAP Lesions Sports Medicine Olympic Sports Medicine: Lessons from Sochi Reports from the Knee Registries Evidence-Based Rehabilitation: View of a Journal Editor Back Pain in Athletes Lyon Celebrates the Art of Living 1600 Restaurants 40 Open Food Markets 2000 Years of History ISAKOS Congress 2015 Lyon, France June 7 11,

16 International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine 2410 Camino Ramon, Suite 215 San Ramon, CA USA Telephone: Fax: CONGRESS LIVE INTERACTIVE AGENDA The Interactive Agenda allows online users to view and engage with the LIVE Congress schedule. View the complete schedule of events for the Congress, Instructional Course Lectures, the 3 Pre-Courses and the Sports Rehabilitation Course. REGISTER TODAY! / 2015Congress VIEW ONLINE tweeting about the congress? Starting now, and during the Congress, include hashtag #ISAKOS2015 in your Tweets & join the global conversation!

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