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Major Conferences

AOSSM Annual Meeting

July 20 - 23, 2017 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The latest sports medicine research and education will be presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting in Toronto! Check the registration link for more information on the meeting agenda, social events, housing, and registration!


Scoliosis Research Society Annual Meeting

September 6 - 9, 2017 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Scoliosis Research Society Annual Meeting & Course is a forum for the realization of the Society’s mission and goals, to foster the optimal care of all patients with spinal deformities. Presentations at the Annual Meeting & Course are given by leading experts in the field and have value for health care professionals who treat spinal deformities at all levels and in all ages. Over 125 papers will be presented on an array of topics, including adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, growing spine, kyphosis, adult deformity, trauma, neuromuscular scoliosis and tumors.


7th Annual Mid-Atlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society Meeting

September 8, 2017 - Washington, D.C.

Please join us for the 7th Annual Mid-Atlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society on Friday, September 8th 2017 in Washington, DC. As usual we will be debating and openly discussing complex shoulder and elbow treatment issues with a unique mix of interactions between attending surgeons, residents and allied health professionals. This year’s meeting is chaired by Drs. Joseph Abboud, Anand Murthi, Jack Kazanjian, and Brent Wiesel. Our presidential guest speaker this year will be the world renowned shoulder surgeon and elbow surgeon Anthony R. Romeo, MD from Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Romeo is Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Section Head, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Division of Sports Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, Team Physician, Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls, and President-Elect American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons.

Topics of focus for this meeting will include: total shoulder arthroplasty (managing the difficult glenoid); reverse shoulder arthroplasty (managing instability) , primary shoulder instability, managing complications after shoulder and elbow surgery, rotator cuff tears, complex elbow fractures, elbow arthroplasty, and lower trap transfers.

Notable speakers will include among others; Mark Lazarus, MD; Edward Craig, MD; Leesa Galatz, MD; April Armstrong, MD; Samir Mehta, MD and many more.

The target audience is orthopaedic surgeons & residents, athletic trainers, physical and occupational therapists, advanced practice nurses, physician’s assistants, and non-operative physicians all with a particular interest in shoulder and elbow disorders.


NASS Annual Meeting

October 25 - 28, 2017 - Orlando, Florida

This is truly a one-of-a-kind meeting, where spine care professionals from around the globe will share the latest information, innovative techniques and procedures, best practices, and new technologies. The Annual Meeting provides a unique opportunity for you to learn and gain skills through dynamic and challenging educational programs, the ability to network and build relationships with your colleagues and leading experts in spine care.


Cervical Spine Research Society Annual Meeting

November 30 - December 2, 2017 - Hollywood, Florida

The Cervical Spine Research Society is a multidisciplinary organization of individuals interested in clinical and research problems of the cervical spine.  Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange and development of ideas and philosophy regarding the diagnosis and treatment of cervical spine injury and disease.  The organization values collegial interaction and strong scientific principles.


CCJR Winter Meeting

December 13 - 16, 2017 - Orlando, Florida

This CME Program is open to orthopaedic surgeons, residents, nurses, and members of the orthopaedic and allied health industries.

  • This meeting will focus on both primary and revision outcomes, surgical approaches, new materials and design as well as address problems of articulation choice, fixation, bone deficiency, instability, trauma, and infection for hip and knee replacement.
  • Topics delve into a triad of design, patient factors, and technical proficiency responsible for achieving clinical longevity in hip and knee reconstruction.
  • An assemblage of contemporary thought leaders will probe the boundaries of these problems and offer solutions for joint pathologies where arthroplasty is indicated.
  • Plenary commentary, didactic clinical reports, technique videos, debate, and case challenges define the formats of presentation, which provide an optimal learning opportunity for orthopaedic surgeons and other allied professionals involved in joint reconstruction.