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					 2012 AOS 61st
Annual Meeting




  May 3-5, 2012




 Grand Sandestin Hotel &
Baytowne Conference Center
      Destin, Florida
      DON’T MISS THIS
      Join AOS Friday Night, May 4th
         For the AOS Presidential
        Reception & Seafood Buffet

             6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

       On the Docks at Baytowne Marina
(Transportation will be provided to and from the Grand
                    Sandestin Hotel)
       “Complimentary” Seafood Medley,
              Cocktails & Music

               Everyone is Invited!

      Come Watch the Sunset on Beautiful
            Choctawhatchee Bay
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                 PROGRAM
    2012 Alabama Orthopaedic Society
           61st Annual Meeting




                May 3-5, 2012
Grand Sandestin Hotel & Baytowne Conference Center
                  Destin, Florida




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          CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
            ACCREDITATION STATEMENT
This live activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential
Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
through the joint sponsorship of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and
the Alabama Orthopaedic Society. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons is
accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons designates this live activity for a
maximum of 7.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the
credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
________________________________________________________________________
CME certificates are in your registration bags or may be obtained at the registration desk.
Please sign the Daily CME Attendance Sheet on both Friday and Saturday as evidence of
your attendance at the meeting. Please retain your CME Certificates in your possession.
AOS does not serve as a repository for these Certificates.
________________________________________________________________________
Evaluation forms are in your registration bags. Please complete these at the conclusion
of the meeting and return to the registration desk or FAX to AOS at 334-277-2035.
This information is helpful in planning future AOS Annual Meetings and in maintaining
Category1 CME accreditation.
________________________________________________________________________
The Southeast Orthopaedic Foot Club will host its 23rd Annual Meeting on Thursday,
May 3rd, in Camellia II Meeting Room on the second floor of the Baytowne Conference
Center. Registration will begin at 7:00 a.m. For meeting information contact: Sharon
W. Taylor, S.E. Orthopaedic Foot Club Conference Coordinator, USA Dept. of
Orthopaedic Surgery, 3421 Medical Park Dr., #2 Medical Park, Mobile, AL 36693-3390.
Tel: 251-665-8250. Fax: 251-665-8255. E-mail: swalters@usouthal.edu.
________________________________________________________________________
Participants have disclosed whether they have received something of value from a
commercial company or institution. The Alabama Orthopaedic Society has identified the
option to disclose as follows:
a         Research or institutional support has been received
b         Miscellaneous non-income support (e.g., equipment or services)
          commercially delivered honoraria, or other non-research funding
          (e.g., paid travel)
c         Royalties
d         Stock or Stock Options
e         Consultant or Employee; or
n         I (or member of my immediate family) have not received anything of value
          from, or own stock (or stock options) in a commercial company or institution
          related directly or indirectly to the subject of my presentation.




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          ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
           SIXTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING

                           BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President..................................................Russell A. Hudgens, M.D. (2012)
President-Elect.........................................Frederick N. Meyer, M.D. (2012)
Past-President...................................................John S. Gould, M.D. (2012)
Secretary-Treasurer........................................James G. Davis, M.D. (2014)
Member-at-Large.......................................Sharon Mayberry, M.D. (2012)
Member-at-Large.........................................John S. Kirchner, M.D. (2013)
Councilors to AAOS.....................................Joseph W. Clark, M.D. (2013)
                                                               Joseph F. Curtis, M.D. (2012)
Chairman, Alabama................................Dewey H. Jones, IV, M.D. (2012)
Board of Councilors

                           2012 Program Committee
                           Russell A. Hudgens, M.D. (n)
                             James G. Davis, M.D. (n)
                               Mike Merrill, Esq. (n)

   Chestley L. Yelton Resident Essay Competition Committee
             Sharon Mayberry, M.D., Chairperson (2012)
                  Russell A. Hudgens, M.D., (2013)
                    John S. Gould, M.D., (2014)

                                Executive Director
                                Mike Merrill, Esq. (n)




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ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC
SOCIETY PRESIDENTIAL
WELCOME

AOS President
Dr. Russell A. “Rusty” Hudgens

Welcome Attendees:
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 61st annual Alabama
Orthopaedic Society Meeting in beautiful Sandestin. An excellent group
of guest speakers has been arranged to enhance the scientific portions
of the meeting. They include: Dr. John R. Tongue, AAOS President
from Oregon; Dr. J. Bohannon “Bo” Mason, OrthoCarolina (Charlotte);
and Dr. Thom A. Tarquinio, from Jackson, Mississippi. All will present
stimulating educational talks at the meeting.
The meeting will also include topics that are of great interest to us
as practicing Orthopaedic providers. We continue to face battles in
reimbursement, problems with “other” medical organizations affecting
the way we practice, and of course, further governmental regulation. We
will continue to speak up as a large unified voice for what we think is best
for our patients.
I want to thank you for attending this event. It is held annually to
educate the state Orthopaedic work force, but also offers many social
opportunities. Plan on attending our Thursday evening welcome
reception, Friday golf outing, and Friday night social/buffet at the
Baytowne Marina and Docks.
Lastly, I would like to thank those people who, without their dedication
and support, this meeting would not be possible. They include our
Sponsors and Exhibitors. Please visit with them and personally express
your appreciation. Also, Mike Merrill, Esq., our AOS Executive Director,
and Dr. Jim Davis, our AOS Secretary-Treasurer. A special welcome
to our UAB and USA residents and staff from the UAB and USA
Orthopaedic Programs.
I hope you enjoy the meeting!

Russell A. “Rusty” Hudgens, M.D.


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                  AOS WELCOMES DR. JOHN R. TONGUE,
                  AAOS PRESIDENT, FOR 2012 ANNUAL
                  MEETING

                  The Alabama Orthopaedic Society is honored to have as its
                  Special Guest for AOS, 2012, Dr. John R. Tongue, President
                  of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

An active member of the AAOS, Dr. Tongue has served as the Academy’s
Second and First Vice-President, Chairman of the Board of Councilors,
as well as volunteering for committees such as the Council on Education,
Committee on Public Education, and Council on Research.

Dr. Tongue has received numerous honors and accolades, including the AAOS
Humanitarian Award, the National Highway Traffic Safety Association Public
Service Award for his work in passing the Oregon Safety Belt Law, and the
Oregon Medical Association’s Doctor-Citizen of the Year award.

“Road safety has been my personal focus for some time. So, it is timely
that the Academy has a national PSA initiative warning about the threat
of orthopaedic trauma associated with distracted driving. This initiative
combines my two priorities – communications and safety – in a very important
way,” said Dr. Tongue, who initiated the AAOS Communication Skills
Mentoring Program in 2000. “Improving communication with our members,
patients and the media will continue to be some of my top priorities.”

A graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and the St. Louis
University School of Medicine in Missouri, Dr. Tongue served as an intern
and general surgery resident at the University of Oregon Medical School in
Portland, Ore. He then completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the
San Francisco Orthopaedic Residency Training Program. He completed a
sports medicine fellowship at the Orthopaedic Fracture Clinic in Eugene,
Ore., and a hand surgery fellowship at the University of California in San
Francisco.

Currently, Dr. Tongue maintains his private practice in Tualatin, Ore., and
also is a clinical associate professor at Oregon Health Sciences University in
Portland.

Active in several professional societies, Dr. Tongue is a member of the
American Orthopaedic Association, the Western Orthopaedic Association,
and the Oregon Medical Association. He also has authored more than 80
publications, book chapters and presentations.

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ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC
SOCIETY PRESIDENT’S
DISTINGUISHED GUEST

J. Bohannon Mason, M.D.

The Alabama Orthopaedic Society President’s Distinguished Guest is J.
Bohannon “Bo” Mason, M.D. Dr. Mason is currently a partner in the
OrthoCarolina Hip & Knee Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Dr. Mason is a licensed member of the North Carolina, South Carolina,
and Massachusetts Medical Societies. He received his undergraduate
degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1984
and Medical Degree from the Medical University of South Carolina at
Charleston in 1989. He served a General Surgery Internship from 1989-
1991 at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina;
Orthopaedic Residency from 1991-1995 at Duke University Medical
Center in Durham, North Carolina; and Otto E. AuFranc Fellowship
in Adult Reconstructive Surgery from 1995-1996 at The New England
Baptist Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
His faculty positions include: (1) Clinical Associate Professor, Department
of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tuft University, Boston, Massachusetts (1995-
1996); and (2) Adjunct Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
and Engineering Science, University of North Carolina at Charlotte,
William States Lee College of Engineering at UNC Charlotte (2003-
2005).
Dr. Mason has served as: (1) Chief of Staff, Presbyterian Orthopaedic
Hospital (2002-2004); (2) Co-Chairman, Peer Review Committee,
Presbyterian Orthopaedic Hospital; (3) Chairman, Recruitment,
Retention, and Social Committee, Charlotte Orthopaedic Specialists; (4)
Executive Committee Member(1999-2002); and (5) Vice-President of the
Charlotte Orthopaedic Specialists (2000-2002).
He is a member of the: (1) American Academy of Orthopaedic
Surgeons; (2) American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons;
(3) Piedmont Orthopaedic Association; (4) Southern Orthopaedic
Association/Southern Medical Association; (5) North Carolina Medical
Society; (6) American Medical Association; and (7) North Carolina
Orthopaedic Association, among others.


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He has written extensively in areas such as: (1) Revision Total Hip and Knee
Arthroplasty; (2) Surgery of the Knee; (3) Adult Reconstruction-Operative Treatment
Methods; (4) Early Hip Disorders, Advances in Detection and Minimally Invasive
Treatment; and (5) Clinics in Sports Medicine.
He and his wife, Marianna Peete Mason have two children, William and
Stuart.
AOS welcomes Dr. Mason as our 2012 Annual Meeting President’s
Distinguished Guest Speaker.




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       ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
             PAST PRESIDENTS

1952-1953   Paul W. Shannon, M.D., Birmingham *
1953-1954   W.C. Hannon, M.D., Mobile *
1954-1955   David G. Vesely, M.D., Birmingham *
1955-1956   Robert O. Denton, M.D., Huntsville *
1956-1957   T.J. Bender, Jr., M.D., Mobile *
1957-1958   Elias N. Kaiser, M.D., Montgomery *
1958-1959   John Fletcher Comer, M.D., Birmingham *
1959-1960   Alfred R. Earl, M.D., Mobile *
1960-1961   John E. Hanby, M.D., Tuscaloosa *
1961-1962   Charles H. Wilson, M.D., Birmingham *
1962-1963   William Joseph Neely, M.D., Mobile *
1963-1964   Paul D. Everest, M.D., Montgomery *
1964-1965   Ralph Terhune M.D., Birmingham *
1965-1966   Guy L. Rutledge, Jr., M.D., Mobile *
1966-1967   Mervel V. Parker, M.D., Montgomery
1967-1968   Chestley L. Yelton, M.D., Birmingham *
1968-1969   Robert O. Denton, M.D., Huntsville *
1969-1970   E. Crampton Harris, Jr., M.D., Mobile*
1970-1971   Fay M. Randall, Jr., M.D., Birmingham
1971-1972   L.R. Lonnergan, Jr., M.D., Gadsden *
1972-1973   Kenneth M. Hannon, M.D., Mobile *
1973-1974   John D. Sherrill, M.D., Birmingham *
1974-1975   E.C. Brock, M.D., Tuscaloosa
1975-1976   Frederick H. DeVane, M.D., Mobile *
1976-1977   William A. Sims, M.D., Decatur
1977-1978   Kurt M.W. Niemann, M.D., Birmingham *
1978-1979   William B. Hanson, M.D., Dothan
1979-1980   Chauncey B. Thuss, M.D., Birmingham *
1980-1981   Jack E. Reagan, M.D., Gadsden
1981-1982   R. Joe Burleson, M.D., Tuscaloosa *
1982-1983   Joseph E. Nelms, M.D., Mobile *
1983-1984   Phillip L. Williams, M.D., Gadsden
1985-1985   Ralph J.W. Hobbs, M.D., Birmingham *
1985-1986   M. Preston Daughtery, Jr., M.D., Mobile
1986-1987   Lewis D. Anderson, M.D., Mobile *
1987-1988   H. Chester Boston, M.D., Tuscaloosa
1988-1989   Glenn D. Barnes, M.D., Montgomery *

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       ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
          PAST PRESIDENTS (continued)

1989-1990    Robert B. Mitchell, M.D., Huntsville
1990-1991    James G. Davis, M.D., Birmingham
1991-1992    S. Rushing Smith, M.D., Anniston
1992-1993    John E. Semon, M.D., Mobile
1993-1994    Donald A. Deinlein, M.D., Birmingham
1994-1995    James H. Armstrong, M.D., Montgomery
1995-1996    Louis G. Horn, M.D., Huntsville
1996-1997    John R. Payne, M.D., Anniston
1997-1998    Joseph M. Sherrill, M.D., Birmingham
1998-1999    Guy L. Rutledge, III, M.D., Mobile
1999-2000    Ray A. Fambrough, M.D., Huntsville
2000-2001    Stephen T. Ikard, M.D., Tuscaloosa
2001-2002    Wilburn A. Smith, Jr., M.D., Montgomery
2002-2003    Kenneth L. Vandervoort, M.D., Anniston
2003-2004    John M. Cuckler, M.D., Birmingham
2004-2005    Prasit Nimityongskul, M.D., Mobile
2005-2006    Mark A. Leberte, M.D., Huntsville
2006-2007    Joseph F. Curtis, M.D., Montgomery
2007-2008    Joseph W. Clark, M.D., Huntsville
2008-2009    Albert W. Pearsall, IV, M.D., Mobile
2009-2010    John T. Killian, M.D., Birmingham
2010-2011    John S. Gould, M.D., Birmingham
2011-2012    Russell A. Hudgens, M.D., Mobile

* deceased




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          GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE
            AOS 2012 ANNUAL MEETING
The goals of the continuing medical education program of the Alabama
Orthopaedic Society’s 2012 Annual Meeting are to provide the
membership with an annual update of new developments in orthopaedic
surgery, especially during the past few years. The membership shall also
be provided with information on socio-economic issues as they impact
orthopaedic surgery. Our primary mission remains to offer continuing
medical education opportunities for orthopaedic surgeons in our state
orthopaedic society.

The objectives of the Alabama Orthopaedic Society’s 2012 Annual
Meeting are to provide its membership with an update of developments
in orthopaedic surgery with special emphasis this year on: (1)
Orthopaedics in a Digital Age; (2) Metallosis in THA -Pathogenesis and
Diagnosis; (3) Anterior THA - An Approach Worth Considering; and (4)
The Latest Developments in Foot and Ankle Surgery.

The meeting will also include papers presented on foot and ankle, basic
science, upper extremity problems, and adult reconstruction. In addition,
we will have discussions on current federal and state healthcare legislation
affecting the practice of orthopaedic surgery as well as socio-economic
issues facing the practice of medicine. Exhibitors from orthopaedic
medical companies will showcase the latest in technical advancements in
orthopaedic surgery.




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                        ANNOUNCEMENTS

For the third consecutive year, AOS 2012 will employ a 2-day meeting format
(Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th). The Annual Meeting will end on
Saturday, May 5, unlike Sunday in previous years.

The Presidential Reception/Buffet will be held on Friday evening, May
4th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the docks at the Sandestin Baytowne
Marina. Transportation will be provided to and from the Grand Sandestin
Hotel. Special thanks to NHS Management, LLC, for their sponsorship of
this year’s event. Everyone, including exhibitors, is invited to this
“complimentary” reception/dinner.

Because of scheduling conflicts, there will NOT be a Sunday Fellowship
Breakfast.

AOS Pre-Registration will begin on Thursday, May 3 from 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
on the 2nd floor of the Baytowne Conference Center, adjacent to the Grand
Sandestin Hotel.

All scientific sessions will be held in the Azalea III Ballroom on the 2nd floor
of the Baytowne Conference Center, adjacent to the Grand Sandestin Hotel.

Exhibitors may begin setting up on Thursday, May 3, from 2:00 p.m.-7:00
p.m. in the Azalea I & II Ballrooms, on the 2nd floor of the Baytowne
Conference Center, adjacent to the Grand Sandestin Hotel.

The AOS Board of Directors’ Meeting is Thursday, May 3, from 3:00
p.m.-5:00 p.m. in the Cypress Board Room, located on the 2nd floor of the
Baytowne Conference Center, adjacent to the Grand Sandestin Hotel.

The AOS Business Meeting will be held on Saturday, May 5, in the Azalea III
Ballroom, immediately upon conclusion of the Saturday scientific session.

There will NOT be a Pro-Assurance Risk Management Seminar at AOS
2012. (*Please visit their exhibit booth.)

Our golf tournament is Friday, May 4th beginning at 1:30 p.m. on the
Baytowne Course. Box lunches and soft drinks will be provided. (Please Pre-
Register for Golf with AOS.)

Our Governmental Affairs Forum will be held on Saturday morning, May 5th,
in the Azalea III Ballroom.

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NAME BADGES
AOS will provide name badges for physician attendees and exhibitors only.
Spouse and guests’ name badges will not be provided, but may be requested
individually at the registration desk. Please wear name badges to all scientific and
social activities.

SPEAKERS AND POWER POINT PRESENTATION
Speakers are requested to present their Power Point presentations, etc. to
Sandestin AV personnel early on the day(s) of their presentations for pre-loading.
Questions: Contact Eric Green, Sandestin Audio-Visual at 850-267-1770.




                        SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Thursday, May 3
5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.         Welcome Reception                    Grand Lawn
(Outside)

7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.         AOS BOD Dinner                       Marlin Grille at
                            (Invitation Only)                    Sandestin

Friday, May 4
1:30 p.m.                   Golf (Please Pre-Register)           Baytowne Course

6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.         AOS Presidential Reception           Baytowne Marina
                                                                 Docks

7:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.         AOS Presidential                     Baytowne Marina
                            Banquet/Buffet                       Docks

* Alternate venues will be available in case of inclement weather.

* Meals are on your own throughout the meeting with the exception of the daily
  breakfasts & breaks and the Friday evening Presidential Reception/Buffet.

* Resort casual dress is suggested for all events.




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SOUTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC
FOOT CLUB MEETING
The S.E. Orthopaedic Foot Club’s 23rd Annual Meeting will be held
on Thursday, May 3, from 7:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the Camellia II
meeting room. Registration will begin at 7:00 a.m.

This year’s keynote speaker is Arthur Manoli, II, M.D. from the
Michigan International Foot Clinic in Pontiac, Michigan.

For information contact: SEOFC Coordinator, Sharon W. Taylor,
University of South Alabama, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, 3421
Medical Park Dr., #2 Medical Park, Mobile, AL 36693. Tel: 251-665-
8250. Fax: 251-665-8255. E-mail: swalters@usouthal.edu.


FDA Approval Disclosure Key: **
**Unless otherwise stated, all pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices
described in presentations have been cleared by the FDA or is not
applicable. AAOS policy provides that “off label” uses of a device or
pharmaceutical may be described in the Academy’s CME activities as
long as the “off label” status is specifically disclosed.




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       61ST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
      ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
                        Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort
                             Sandestin, Florida

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2012
6:30 a.m.                       Registration and Continental Breakfast
                                Azalea I & II

FIRST SCIENTIFIC SESSION:

8:00-8:05 a.m.                  Welcome and Opening Remarks
                                Russell A. Hudgens, M.D., AOS President,
                                 Birmingham, AL (n)

Moderator:                      Joseph W. Clark, M.D., AAOS Councilor,
                                  Huntsville, AL (a; Biomet; e; First Community
                                  Healthcare Huntsville Surgery Center)

8:05-8:12 a.m.            (1) The Dilution Effect upon an Intraarticular Injection
                              Administered After Arthroscopy of the Knee

                                Raul Curiel, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Albert Pearsall, IV, M.D., Mobile, AL (a; Luitpold; b;
                                  Luitpold; e; Biomet)
                                Stephanie Stopka, B.S., Mobile, AL (n)

8:12-8:19 a.m.            (2) Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Enhances Human Chondrocyte
                              Viability in Cold-Stored Allografts

                                Raul Curiel, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Albert Pearsall, IV, M.D., Mobile, AL (a; Luitpold; b;
                                  Luitpold; e; Biomet)
                                Aaron Mates, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)

8:19-8:25 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

          SOUTHEASTERN FOOT CLUB GUEST LECTURE


If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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8:25-8:40 a.m.                  The Diabetic Foot

                                Thom A. Tarquinio, M.D., Jackson, MS (n)

8:40-9:00 a.m.                  Heel Pain

                                Thom A. Tarquinio, M.D., Jackson, MS (n)

9:00-9:05 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

9:05-9:25 a.m.                  Future Trends in US Orthopaedics

                                John R. Tongue, M.D., President, AAOS,
                                  Tualatin, OR (n)

9:25-9:30 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

                        KURT M.W. NIEMANN LECTURE

9:30-9:50 a.m.                  Anterior THA - An Approach Worth Considering

                                J. Bohannon “Bo” Mason, M.D., Charlotte, NC (a;
                                   Stryker, Depuy; b; Medtronic; e-Depuy)

9:50-10:00 a.m.                 Questions and Discussion

10:00-10:45 a.m.                BREAK (Please Visit the Exhibits)

                                  UPPER EXTREMITY

Moderator:                      John S. Gould, M.D., AOS Past-President
                                  Birmingham, AL (n)

10:45-10:52 a.m.          (3) The Effect of Sliding Knots on the Suture-Tendon
                              Interface: A Biomechanical Analysis Comparing Sliding
                              and Static Arthroscopic Knots

                                Albert J. Savage, M.D., Birmingham, AL (e; Smith
                                  and Nephew)
                                Murray D. Spruiell, B.S., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Joseph M. Schwertz, B.S., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Gerald McGwin, PhD, Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Brent A. Ponce, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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10:52-10:59 a.m.          (4) Biomechanical and Clinical Analysis of Modified
                              Double Row vs. Single Row Rotator Cuff Repair

                                Geoffrey P. Stone, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Christopher O’Grady, M.D., Gulf Breeze, FL (b; Mitek)
                                Paul Novakovich, M.D., Gulf Breeze, FL (n)
                                Laura A. Mead, B.S., Gulf Breeze, FL (n)

10:59-11:05 a.m.                Questions and Discussion

11:05-11:13 a.m.          (5) Sternoclavicular Joint Surgery: How Far Does Danger
                              Lurk Below?

                                Brent A. Ponce, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                J.A. Kundukulam, B.S., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Ryan Pflugner, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Gerald McGwin, PhD, Birmingham, AL (n)
                                R. Meyer, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                D.J. Minnich, M.D., Birmingham, AL (b;
                                   superDimension, Inc.)
                                Matthew Larrison, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)

11:13-11:21 a.m.          (6) Proximal Humerus Replacement in Combination with
                              a Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement

                                Herrick J. Siegel, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)

11:21-11:25 a.m.                Questions and Discussion

11:25-11:32 a.m.          (7) A Retrospective Review Comparing Outcomes From
                              Changes in Post-Operative Protocol for CMC
                              Interpositional Arthroplasty

                                Filippo Chillemi, M.D, Mobile, AL (n)
                                Frederick N. Meyer, M.D., Mobile, AL (b; Auxilium/
                                  Synthes)

11:32-11:50 a.m.                Management of Carpal Instability

                                Frederick. N. Meyer, M.D., President-Elect
                                  AOS, Mobile, AL (b; Auxilium/Synthes)

If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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11:50-11:55 a.m.                Questions and Discussion

11:55-12:25 p.m.                Blue Cross Blue Shield Update

                                Eddie Harris, VP, Network Contracting, BCBS
                                 of Alabama, Birmingham, AL (n)

12:25-12:35 p.m.                Questions and Discussion

12:35 p.m.                      Adjourn Friday Session


SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2012
6:30 a.m.                       Registration and Continental Breakfast
                                Azalea I & II

SECOND SCIENTIFIC SESSION:

8:00-8:05 a.m.                  Welcome and Opening Remarks
                                Russell A. Hudgens, M.D., AOS President,
                                 Mobile, AL (n)

Moderator:                      Frederick N. Meyer, M.D., President-Elect, AOS
                                  Mobile, AL (b; Auxilium/Synthes)

                                               SPINE

8:05-8:12 a.m.            (8) Pulmonary Cement Embolism after Sacroplasty: A
                              Case Report

                                Jared Burkett, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jorge Alonso, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)

8:12-8:19 a.m.            9)    The Sacroiliac Joint- “The Forgotten Joint”

                                Russell Goode, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jorge Alonso, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)

8:19-8:25 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion



If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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8:25-8:33 a.m.            (10) Cosmetic Issues Related to Adolescent Idiopathic
                               Scoliosis for Curves Less Than Fifty Degrees

                                Sharon K. Mayberry, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                John T. Killian, M.D., Birmingham, AL (e; Biomet/
                                  Synthes)

8:33-8:38 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

                                            TRAUMA

8:38-8:45 a.m.            (11) Failure and Salvage of “in-fix” Instrumentation for
                               Pelvic Ring Disruption in a Morbidly Obese Patient

                                Matthew T. Owen, B.S., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Rena L. Stewart, M.D., Birmingham, AL (n)
                                Brandon Tinkler, M.D., Tyler, TX (n)

8:45-8:52 a.m.            (12) Analysis of Function and Gait Rehabilitation After
                               Open Reduction Internal Fixation of Acetabular
                               Fractures Using Posterlor Kocher-Lagenbeck Approach

                                Aaron Mates, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jorge Alonso, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)

8:52-8:58 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

8:58-9:05 a.m.            (13) University of South Alabama, Department of
                               Orthopaedic Trauma, Participation in TRUST (Trial to
                               Evaluate Ultrasound in the Treatment of Tibial
                               Fractures

                                Ryan C. Palmer, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jared Burkett, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jorge Alonso, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)

9:05-9:12 a.m.            (14) Use of Inflatable Bone Tamp to Reduce Tibial Plateau
                               Depression

                                John Tullos, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)
                                Jorge Alonso, M.D., Mobile, AL (n)


If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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9:12-9:17 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

9:17-9:32 a.m.                  Metallosis in THA-Pathogenesis and Diagnosis

                                J. Bohnnon “Bo” Mason, M.D., Charlotte, NC (a;
                                   Stryker, Depuy; b; Medtronic; e; Depuy)

9:32-9:35 a.m.                  Questions and Discussion

                        LEWIS D. ANDERSON LECTURE

9:35-9:55 a.m.                  Roadway Trauma, Patterns and Prevention

                                John R. Tongue, M.D., President, AAOS,
                                  Tualatin, OR (n)

9:55-10:00 a.m.                 Questions and Discussion

10:00-10:45 a.m.                BREAK (Please Visit the Exhibits)

Moderator:                      James G. Davis, M.D., AOS Secretary-
                                  Treasurer, Birmingham, AL (n)

10:45-11:05 a.m.                Management of the Unstable Elbow

                                Frederick N. Meyer, M.D., President-Elect,
                                  AOS, Mobile, AL (b; Auxilium/Synthes)

11:05-11:10 a.m.                Questions and Discussion

                      KENNETH M. HANNON LECTURE

11:10-11:25 a.m.                The Orthopaedist Responsibility in Our Digital Age

                                J. Bohannon “Bo” Mason, M.D., Charlotte, NC (a;
                                   Stryker, Depuy; b; Medtronic; e; Depuy)

11:25-11:30 a.m.                Questions and Discussion




If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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11:30-11:45 a.m.                AAOS Update

                                John R. Tongue, M.D., AAOS President,
                                  Tualatin, OR (n)

11:45-11:55 a.m.                Questions and Discussion

  CHESTLEY L. YELTON RESIDENT ESSAY COMPETITION

11:55-12:00 noon                Recognition of Chestley L. Yelton Resident Essay
                                Competition Winners

                                Russell A. Hudgens, M.D., President, AOS,
                                 Mobile, AL (n)

12:00 noon-12:20 p.m. Scope of Practice Issues

                                Richard “Dickey” Whitaker, Chief of
                                Governmental Relations and Public Affairs,
                                Medical Association of the State of Alabama,
                                Montgomery, AL (n)

12:20-12:50 p.m.                AOS Business Meeting

12:50 p.m.                      Adjourn Meeting




If noted, the author indicates if something of value was received. The codes are identified as:
a-research or institutional support; b-miscellaneous funding; c-royalties; d-stock options; e-consultant
or employee; and n-no conflicts to disclose. For full information refer to page 21.

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                               DISCLOSURE

Each faculty member in the meeting has been asked to disclose if he or she has
received something of value from a commercial company or institution, which
relates directly or indirectly to the subject of their presentation(s). The Alabama
Orthopaedic Society has identified the options to disclose as follows:
a.      Research or institutional support has been received;
b.      Miscellaneous non-income support (e.g., equipment or services),
        commercially derived honoraria or other non-research related funding
        (e.g., paid travel);
c.      Royalties;
d.      Stock or Stock Options;
e.      Consultant or Employee;
n.      I (or a member of my immediate family) have not received anything of
        value from, or own stock (or stock options) in a commercial company
        or institution related directly or indirectly to the subject of my
        presentation(s);

An indication of the participant’s disclosure appears after his or her name, as
well as the commercial company or institution that provided the support. The
AOS does not view the existence of these disclosed interests or commitments as
necessarily implying bias or decreasing the value of the author’s participation in
the course.


                                ABSTRACTS

If a paper has a number in parenthesis, (i.e.1) then it has an abstract from
the author included in the program “as is,” (i.e. sent in without any review or
changes.)




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                              EXHIBITORS

The Alabama Orthopaedic Society would like to recognize and thank the
following exhibitors for their contributions and support of the AOS 2012 Annual
Scientific Meeting. The exhibitors are located in the Azalea I & II Ballrooms on
the 2nd Floor of the Baytowne Conference Center.


                                 Baxter
                                 Biomet
                         Bledsoe Brace System
                      Blue Ridge X-Ray Company
                        Ferring Pharmaceuticals
                        Integrity ReHab Group
                     Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
                        K&W Associates/Stryker
                           LaMaster Medical
                    MAG Mutual Insurance Company
                           Medical Protective
                        NHS Management, LLC
                            NuTech Medical
                             OrthoFix, Inc.
                            Ortho-Preferred
                             ProAssurance
                          Arthrex/Pro-Ortho
                       ProScan Reading Services
                             ReHab Select
                           Sanofi Biosurgery
                    Southern Orthopaedics/Acumed
                      STC Network Services, Inc.
                          Zimmer Advantage
                           Zimmer Solutions


               * PLEASE VISIT AND THANK
                   OUR EXHIBITORS*

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        ALABAMA ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY
              NECROLOGY LIST
Dr. Price Edwards- 1966               Dr. Glen E. Palmer-1996
Dr. Paul Shannon-1968                 Dr. Lewis D. Anderson-1997
Dr. Elias N. Kaiser-1969              Dr. Guy L. Rutledge, Jr.-1998
Dr. John Sherrill, Sr.-1969           Dr. Robert O. Denton-1999
Dr. William C. Hannon-1969            Dr. W. Frank Owens-2000
Dr. Gilbert Melson-1970               Dr. Paul D. Everest-2001
Dr. Charles Wilson-1974               Dr. Mario A. Accinno-2001
Dr. Alfred Earl-1975                  Dr. A.L. Taylor-2002
Dr. W.H. Nicholson-1981               Dr. John F. Hume-2004
Dr. Clyde Sheehan-1981                Dr. John M. Higginbotham-2004
Dr. Donald Beck-1982                  Dr. Chauncey B. Thuss-2005
Dr. Frederick DeVane-1984             Dr. Glenn D. Barnes-2005
Dr. John Fletcher Comer-1986          Dr. Jorge Martinez-2005
Dr. Benjamin S. Meyer-1986            Dr. Kurt M. W. Niemann-2005
Dr. Chestley L. Yelton-1986           Dr. Richard A. Elkus-2005
Dr. Charles P. Beddow-1987            Dr. John D. Sherrill, Jr.-2005
Dr. John E. Hanby-1987                Dr. Richard H. Cord-2006
Dr. Robert T. King-1987               Dr. William P. Bryant-2006
Dr. David G. Vesely - 1987            Dr. Kenneth M. Hannon-2006
Dr. Ralph J.W. Hobbs-1989             Dr. Edward D. Hillard-2006
Dr. Harry I. Blaylock-1990            Dr. T.J. Bender-2007
Dr. William T. Tarpley-1990           Dr. Joseph E. Nelms-2007
Dr. G. Barnett Hardy-1991             Dr. John T. Murphy-2007
Dr. William J. Neeley-1991            Dr. E. Crampton Harris-2009
Dr. Leo M. Flynn-1992                 Dr. Donald H. Slappy, Sr.-2009
Dr. Leilas R. Lonnergan-1992          Dr. Edmund Covington Dyas, IV-2011
Dr. S. Ralph Terhune-1993             Dr. Everett Gaines Veach-2011
Dr. Charles A. Carraway-1996          Dr. Harry Adams Luscher, Jr.-2012
Dr. R. Joe Burleson-1996

                           In Memoriam
                   Dr. Everett Gaines Veach, 2011
                  Dr. Harry Adams Luscher, Jr., 2012




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                      ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Alabama Orthopaedic Society wishes to express our appreciation to all
those who helped make this meeting a success:

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Dr. John R. Tongue, Tualatin, Oregon. AAOS President.

Dr. J. Bohannon “ Bo” Mason, Charlotte, North Carolina. AOS Presidential
Guest Speaker.

Dr. Arthur Manoli, II, Pontiac, Michigan. S.E. Foot Club Guest Speaker.

Dr. Thom A. Tarquinio, Jackson, Mississippi. AOS Guest Speaker

Mr. Richard “Dickey” Whitaker, Montgomery, Alabama. MASA AOS
Governmental Affairs Speaker.

Mr. Eddie Harris, Vice-President, Network Contracting, Blue Cross Blue Shield
of Alabama. AOS Guest Speaker.

NHS Management, LLC, Northport, Alabama. For their generous support of
the AOS Friday evening Presidential Reception/Buffet.

All our exhibitors who made this meeting possible.

Ms. Coral Holland, Sandestin Conference Services, and the entire staff and
management at Sandestin.

Dr. Russell A. Hudgens and Dr. James G. Davis for their help as Co-Program
Chairpersons.

Ms. Sharon W. Taylor, Mobile, Alabama. S.E. Foot Club Conference
Coordinator.

Ms. Vicki Allen and Ms. Tracie Office, UAB and USA Residency Coordinators
for their help with the Call-for-Papers.

THANKS TO EVERYONE!




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