22nd Annual AAOS/AOSSM/AANA Sports Medicine Course: Keeping Patients Active Through Biologics, Rehabilitation
Your safety is our priority.
With all necessary safety measures in place, we are committed to creating a safe and healthy environment for all attendees, exhibitors, and team members.
To attend this event, masks are required along with either proof of vaccination OR negative test within 72 hours prior to the event.
AAOS is requiring that all attendees and exhibitors be vaccinated or present a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of arrival.
- COVID Testing Location Suggestion
Note: AAOS updates health and safety requirements on a regular basis. Compliance for all requirements is mandatory regardless of when the requirements are implemented.
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This Course Fills Every Year and Spots Are Filling Fast!
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Back and Better Than Ever!
Participate – Engage – Ski – Learn
From professional athletes to weekend warriors, ensure your treatment decisions and solutions in your daily practice are current across all levels of athletic injury. Explore the latest innovations in sports medicine with 3.5 action-packed days of case-based learning and networking with leaders.
Case Presentations with Techniques and Outcomes
Orthobiologics in 2022
- Optional Hands-on Ultrasound sessions
Unparalleled sports medicine expertise plus downtime for downhill makes this course an unforgettable learning adventure.
- 2019 Course Attendee
Add an Ultrasound Session – Limited Seats
Available to course registrants only
Enhance your diagnostic and therapeutic skills through hands-on learning!
Each session is limited to 70 participants.
Kyle Pilz, PA-C
Jeremy A. Alland, MD
Two sessions available:
- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Ultrasound Hands-on Training
Saturday, February 5, 6:30 – 9:00pm
Registration Fee $249, includes light dinner
Join us for an introduction to musculoskeletal ultrasound. We will explore both diagnostic and interventional techniques of the shoulder, elbow and knee with comprehensive lectures, demonstrations and supervised hands-on live scanning. This is a great opportunity to explore adding ultrasound to your clinical practice.
- Advanced Diagnostic and Therapeutic Ultrasound Hands-on Training with Hip
Sunday, February 6, 7:00 – 10:00am
Registration Fee $299, includes breakfast
This course is best for clinicians that have experience using an ultrasound and are comfortable with the basic scanning techniques. In this course we will build upon the skills you have to explore more specific techniques for identification of pathology and interventions. We will also introduce the hip examination in this course.
Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA, FAAOS
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush
CAPT Matthew T. Provencher, MD MBA MC USNR (Ret.), FAAOS
Kevin E. Wilk, DPT, FAPTA
Champion Sports Medicine
Jeremy A. Alland, MD
Julie Young Bishop, MD, FAAOS
Don A. Buford, MD, FAAOS
Jorge A. Chahla, MD, PhD
Jeffrey R. Dugas, MD, FAAOS
Larry D. Field, MD, FAAOS
Rachel M. Frank, MD, FAAOS
Mark H. Getelman, MD, FAAOS
Elizabeth G. Matzkin, MD, FAAOS
Mark D. Miller, MD, FAAOS
Mary K. Mulcahey, MD, FAAOS
Shane Jay Nho, MD, FAAOS
Kyle Pilz, PA-C
James W. Stone, MD, FAAOS
Eric J. Strauss, MD, FAAOS
John M. Tokish, MD, FAAOS
Nikhil N. Verma, MD, FAAOS
Mike Voight PT, DHSc. OCS, SCS, ATC, FAPTA
Bryan G. Vopat, MD, FAAOS
Adam B. Yanke, MD, PhD, FAAOS
AAOS Now articles featuring your Course Directors!
- Sports Course Instructors Talk Trends, Biologics, and More - AAOS Now, October 2019
- Speaking of Sports Medicine - AAOS Now, October 2018
AAOS, AOSSM or AANA Member, Candidate Member, Associate Member, International Member
Resident, Post-Residency in Fellowship, Military
AAOS or AOSSM or AANA Emeritus Member
Nonmember, Other Physician
Nurse, Allied Health, Athletic Trainer
The Academy would like to thank the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) for the many contributions made by its members in the production of this program. The Academy and orthopaedic specialty societies work together to provide orthopaedic surgeons with the highest quality educational programs and publications. This cooperative spirit among colleague organizations is an important resource and valuable asset for the orthopaedic community.