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Medical Education Training Program

WINS: Women IN Sports Medicine

Friday - Saturday, September 27-28, 2019
Naples, Florida



This technique-oriented program is designed to expose physician attendees to the latest surgical concepts in sports medicine. Practical hands-on lab and training sessions maximize physician exposure to the latest tools and techniques.




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Katherine Burns, MD

SSM Health Medical Group
Bridgeton, MO
Fellowship: Kaiser Permanente
San Diego, CA

Katherine Coyner, MD

Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, UConn Health
Farmington, CT
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center
Chapel Hill, NC

Marlene DeMaio, MD

Board President, Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society
Fellowship: Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center
Cincinnati, OH


Yasmin Dhar, MD

Specialty Orthopaedics
Harrison, NY
Fellowship: Booth Bartolozzi Balderston Orthopaedics
Philadelphia, PA


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Robin West, MD

Team Physician, Washington Nationals & Washington Redskins
Washington, DC
Fellowship: Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC
Pittsburgh, PA

Lisa A. Fortier, DVM

James Law Professor of Large Animal Surgery
Ithaca, NY
Associate Chair for the Department of Clinical Sciences Committee on Research and Graduate Education
Ithaca, NY

Rachel M. Frank, MD

Assistant Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Aurora, CO
Fellowship: Rush University Medical Center
Chicago, IL    

Sharon Hame, MD

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA
Fellowship: UCLA School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA


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Alicia Harrison, MD

Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
Fellowship: Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY

Emily Hattwick, MD

Medical Director, Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Pediatric Specialists of Virginia
Fairfax, VA
Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco and Shriners Hospital of Northern California
Sacramento, CA


Camila Kaleka, MD

Instituto Cohen
São Paulo, Brazil
Fellowship: Faculdade de Ciencias Médicas Santa Casa
São Paulo, Brazil


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Elizabeth Matzkin, MD

Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA
Fellowship: Duke University Medical
Chapel Hill, NC

Mary Mulcahey, MD

Director, Women’s Sports Medicine, Tulane Institute of Sports Medicine
New Orleans, LA
Fellowship: San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
San Diego, CA

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Rachel Shakked, MD

Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery
New York, NY
Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital
Glen Mills, PA

Meredith Warner, MD

Warner Orthopedics and Wellness
Baton Rouge, LA
Fellowship: University of Texas
Galveston, TX

Kristy Weber, MD

Chief of Orthopaedic Oncology, Penn Medicine
Philadelphia, PA
Fellowship: Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Rochester, MN




Friday, September 27, 2019
6:30 am Shuttle to Arthrex
7:00 am Breakfast and Registration
7:45 am Arthrex 2019 and Beyond
  Didactic Session I: Complex Cases and Controversies in Rotator Cuff Repair
8:00 am Single vs Double-Row Rotator
Cuff Repair
8:10 am Diagnosis and Management of Subscapularis Tears
8:20 am Superior Capsular Reconstruction vs Reverse TSA
8:30 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
Didactic Session II: Complex Cases and Controversies in Labral Repair
9:00 am Tensionable Knotless Labral Repair
9:20 am SLAP Management in Athletes: Repair vs Tenodesis
9:30 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
10:00 am Break/NanoscopeSystem Demonstration (Surgeons’ Bistro/Product Showcase)
Didactic Session III: Complex Cases and Controversies in Upper Extremity Sports Medicine Trauma
10:30 am AC Joint Stabilization: When and How?
10:40 am Proximal Humerus Fracture: Pin, Plate or Replace?
10:50 am UCL Repair vs Formal Reconstruction       
11:00 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
Didactic Session IV: Orthobiologics: Fact vs Myth
11:30 am Understanding PRP
11:40 am Not All Stem Cells Are Created Equal
11:50 am Optimizing Patient Satisfaction
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm ArthroLab Session I: Shoulder
4:00 pm WINS Leadership Roundtable
5:00 pm Reception
6:00 pm Adjourn/Shuttle to Hotel

Saturday, September 28, 2019  

7:00 am Shuttle to Arthrex
7:30 am Breakfast
  Didactic Session V: Complex Cases and Controversies in ACL Repair and Reconstruction
8:00 am Advancements in All-Inside ACL/PCL Reconstruction
8:10 am ALL Reconstruction
8:20 am Addressing Typical and Atypical Meniscus Pathology
 8:30 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
 Didactic Session VI: Complex Cases and Controversies in Joint Preservation
9:00 am Cartilage Restoration Algorithm: Surgical Considerations and Patient Expectations
9:10 am Addressing Malalignment and Dysplasia in the PFJ
9:20 am Partial vs Total Knee Replacement
 9:30 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
10:00 pm Break/NanoScope System Demonstration (Surgeons’ Bistro/Product Showcase)
Didactic Session VII: Complex Cases and Controversies in Foot and Ankle Surgery
10:30 pm What Is Appropriate Management for Lateral Ankle Instability?
10:40 pm Minimally Invasive Achilles Repair
11:00 am Syndesmotic Injury: Suspensory Fixation vs Screw Fixation
11:10 am Complex Case Presentations and Panel Discussion
11:30 am Lunch
12:30 pm ArthroLab Session II: Knee
3:00 pm Adjourn
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