18th Annual John S. Gould Lectureship/Scientific Program
This symposium is a series of scientific presentations on the ongoing research undertaken by the orthopaedic teaching and research faculty, the research presemted by the Visiting Professor and the research endeavors of the graduating orthopaedic residents and fellows of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Orthopaedic Surgery is a process of life-long learning. The pratice of orthopaedic surgery is based on established protocols and outcomes substantiated in the literature. Continued education must be encouraged and facilitated through ongoing research in an effort to always improve treatment and patient care. This symposium will provide new concepts in that treatment and encourage discussion a wide range of topics.
The effectiveness of this symposium will be demonstrated by increased successful outcomes in our patient care through a greater understanding of the biomechanics of gait, neurologic deficits from fractures sustained in motor vehicle collisions, outcomes of ultrasound guided steroid injections of the hand and wrist and the biomchanics of baseball pitching and its effect on the shoulder and elbow. These are just a few of the research topics to be discussed today.
ACCME Accreditation Statement:
Hours of Participation for Allied Health Care Professionals
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 5.0 hours of participation for continuing education for allied health professionals.
This lectureship has been designed for the alumni, faculty, resident, fellows and allied health professionals of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and for anyone in the community interested in ongoing orthopaedic research.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the biomechanics of gait and how it affects our patients;
- Explain how thoracolumbar fractures resulting from motor vehicle collisions causes neurologic deficits;
- State the biomechanics of baseball pitching and its effects on the shoulder and elbow
Trevor R. Schmitz, MD, PGY-V Chief Resident
"Effects of a Growth Modulation Device on the Immatue Goat Spine"
Chad J. Beck, MD, PGY-V Resident
"Incidence and Mechanism of Neurologic Deficit Following Thoracolumbar Fractures Sustained in Motor Vehicle Collisions"
Brian J. Evanson, MD, Hand & UE Fellow
"In Vitro Removal of Surgically Acquired Specimens of Propionibacterium Acnes, Staphylococcus Aureus, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus and Staphylococcus Epidermidis From Stainless Steel Hardware"
David W. Meister, MD, PGY-V Resident
""Thrombodynamics of Microvascular Repairs: Effects of Antithrombotic Therapy on Platelets and Fibrin"
Jonathan H. Quade, MD, PGY-V Resident
"Incidence of Arthroscopic Lysis of Adhesions Following Isolated Retrograde Femoral Intramedullary Nailing"
Benjamin D. McHenry, PhD, NIDILRR Postdoctoral Fellow, OREC Marquette University
"Hindfoot Motion Analysis Using Fluoroscopic Imaging"
Benjamin J. Lasee, MD, PGY-V Resident
"A Retrospective Analysis of Clinical Outcomes for Interdigital Neuroma Excision"
Kurt D. Icenogle, MD, Hand Fellow
"Ultrasound Guided Steriod Injections of the Hand and Wrist: Retrospective Trends and Clinical Efficacy""
Zachary S. Jager, MD, Hand Fellow
"Pediatric Hereditary Angioedma as a Cause of Spontaneous Compartment Syndrome of the Hand and Forearm"
Janelle A. Cross MS, OREC, Marquette University
"Biomechanical Analysis of the Shoulder and Elbow During Baseball Pitching?"
Derek Rosol, DO, Postdoctoral Study in Spine Research
"Asymmetric Remodeling of the Caudal Vertebral Growth Plate"
Carolyne I. Albert, PhD., OREC, Marquette University
"Material Basis for Bone Fragility in Children with Severe Osteogenesis Imperfecta"
None of the above speakers have any relevant financial relationships to disclose
- 5.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
- 5.00 Hours of ParticipationHours of Participation credit.