Mammoth Sports Course

Schedule of Events

 
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Mammoth Sports Conference

August 8-10 2019

Location:

 

Thursday Afternoon

Village Lodge

The Village at Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes, CA

 

Thursday Night

The Westin Monache Resort

50 Hillside Drive, Mammoth Lakes, CA

 

Friday & Saturday

Village Lodge

        The Village at Mammoth, Mammoth Lakes, CA

           

Friday Night

East Side Bake Shop

1561 Crowley Lake Dr, Mammoth Lakes, CA

 

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 

Thursday August 8, 2019

Arrive – United flight arrives 4p.m. from LAX

 

Afternoon – Didactics

            Location: Village Lodge

 

3:00 – 3:45 PM Hip Pathology & Surgical Procedures Primer

Timothy Crall, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

 

3:45 – 4:30 PM Knee Pathology & Surgical Procedures Primer

Brian Gilmer, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

 

5:00-7:00 PM Happy hour social – cocktails and light refreshment

Location: The Westin Monache Resort, Whitebark Lounge

5:30 - 6:00 PM - Fireside Chat with Jack Perry, MD - A Journey of Innovation & Invention

 

Friday August 9, 2019

 

Morning – Activities

 

Mountain Bike – Mammoth Mountain Bike Park

Bike Park Passes and Rentals available for free to those interested 

Road Ride – Mammoth Lakes Basin, Green Church Road

Trail Run – Mammoth Rock Trail

Yoga – Mountain Sol Yoga

 

Afternoon – Didactics

 

11:00 AM Check In & Lunch with Exhibitors & Faculty

 

12:00 PM Hip Didactics

12:00 PM – FAI in The Older Active Patient: Arthroscopy versus THA

Brian Haus, MD

UC Davis Children’s Hospital, Sacramento, CA

 

12:20 PM – Extra-Articular Hip Impingement: Beyond the Chondrolabral Junction

                        Jared Lee, MD

                        Bighorn Medical Center, Cody WY

 

12:40 PM – Labral Repair VS Labral Reconstruction: Current Thoughts

                        Hunter Greene, MD

                        Summit Orthopedic Specialists, Sacramento, CA

 

1:00 PM – The Other Rotator Cuff: A Shift in Perspective

Jennifer McMahon, PT, DPT, GCS

Mammoth Hospital, Mammoth Lakes, CA

 

1:20 PM – Managing the Capsule in Routine Hip Arthroscopy. Treatment of Microinstability in The Dysplastic or Hypermobile Hip.

Brett Shore, MD

Kaiser Permanente, Panorama City, CA

 

 

1:40 PM Break with Exhibitors and Faculty

 

1:50 PM Technology Corner – Telehealth Utilization in An Orthopedic Practice

                        Megan Wahl, MS, ATC, CSCS

                        Duke Sports Medicine

 

2:10 PM Case Presentations & Panel Discussion

                        Moderator: Timothy Crall, MD

                        Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

 

2:10 PM – 54-Year-Old Extreme Snowboarder with A Labral Tear & Impingement

Brian Haus, MD

UC Davis Children’s Hospital, Sacramento, CA

 

2:30 PM – Oh Snap, This Psoas Ain’t Right

Jared Lee, MD

Bighorn Medical Center, Cody WY

3:00 PM - Snack Break with Exhibitors & Faculty 

3:10 PM Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE): How Not to Miss the Ice Cream Falling Off the Cone

April Barnum, DO

San Diego Sports Medicine Fellow

           

3:25 PM – 73-Year-Old with Painful THA

Hunter Greene, MD

Summit Orthopedic Specialists, Sacramento, CA

 

3:45 PM – Learning Lab: A Functional Integrative Treatment Approach

Jennifer McMahon, PT, DPT, GCS

Mammoth Hospital, Mammoth Lakes, CA

 

4:05 PM – My Hip Still Hurts! - Refractory Hip Pain in a 48-Year-Old Female After Primary Hip Arthroscopy

Brett Shore, MD

Kaiser Permanente, Panorama City, CA

4:20 PM - Beyond Mountains There are Mountains - Adult Learning & Continuous Improvement

Brian Gilmer, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

 

4:30 PM – Wrap Up

 

5:00 PM Adjourn

 

6:30-9:00 PM Dinner – East Side Bake Shop

           

Saturday August 10

 

7:00 AM Breakfast

7:30 AM Knee Didactics

7:30 AM Non-Operative Treatment of Collateral Ligament Injuries

Ariel Duvall, PT, DPT, OCS

Mammoth Hospital, Mammoth Lakes, CA

7:50 AM Primary Revision TKA for Expired Ligament Reconstruction

Mike Karch, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute, Mammoth Lakes, CA

8:10 AM Creating Efficient Clinic Schedules – Badge Trackers, Clipboards, & More

Megan Wahl, MS, ATC, CSCS

Duke Sports Medicine

8:30 AM Posterolateral Corner Injuries & Treatment Strategies

Nirav Amin, MD

Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA

8:50 AM Medial Sided Knee Injuries

David Patterson, MD

Detroit Medical Center Medical Group, Detroit, MI

9:10 AM - Discussion

9:30 AM – Break with Exhibitors & Faculty

9:50 AM – Case Presentations & Panel Discussion

Moderator: Brian Gilmer, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

9:50 AM - Trusting Your Eyes: Adapting to Intraoperative Arthroscopic Findings

Austin Looney, MD

Georgetown Orthopaedic Surgery Resident

10:05 AM – 28-Year-Old Recreational Skier With Isolated MCL Injury

Ariel Duvall, PT, DPT, OCS

Mammoth Hospital, Mammoth Lakes, CA

10:25 AM – 40-Year-Old Female with Valgus Instability

David Patterson, MD

Detroit Medical Center Medical Group, Detroit, MI

10:45 AM – 28-year-old Female Runner with Recurrent ACL Injury

Brian Lau, MD

Duke Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery Fellow

11:00 AM – 18-Year-Old Soccer Player With Combined ACL/PLC Injury

Nirav Amin, MD

Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA

11:20 AM – 51-Year-Old Female Multiple Ligament Repair

Mike Karch, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

11:40 AM - Discussion

12:00 PM Lunch with Exhibitors & Faculty

12:30 PM Simple Innovations to Reduce Surgical Site Infection

Mike Karch, MD

Mammoth Orthopedic Institute

12:50 PM Complications – When All Else Fails

Awarding of the Weggers Traveling Trophy

2:30 PM Closing Remarks and Evaluations

 

Afternoon – Activities or Depart

 

United flights departs MMH 4:40 p.m. for LAX

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Faculty Panel

Wouldn’t it be great if we just had a course where we could really talk about what is working and what is really just not working in our practice? Yes, and four years later we are still doing it.

Our faculty panel consists of highly talented and respected surgeons and healthcare professionals. However, this course is not about how great they are. We handpicked our faculty in order to provide a wide range of skills, techniques, and philosophies. Each of our faculty was picked because of their unique skill set, philosophy, patient population, and geographic area. This pushes the conversation and allows for open, candid discussion about what works well in our practices and, perhaps more importantly, what doesn’t.

 
 
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Brian Gilmer, MD

Dr. Gilmer lives and practices in Mammoth Lakes with a clinical focus on knee and ankle injuries. He founded the Mammoth Sports Course in 2016 as a means to bring attention to the Mammoth community and to build an environment where surgeons can come to learn and play.


Timothy Crall, MD

Dr. Crall’s special interests include treating skiing and snowboarding athletes. He specializes in arthroscopic and open reconstruction of shoulder, knee and hip problems, such as rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, meniscus and ACL tears, and hip impingement and labral tears. He recently published a new technique for ACL reconstruction with quadriceps tendon autograft, a promising new procedure for high-level and more aggressive athletes.

Dr. Crall grew up in the Brunswick, Maine area. When he first visited the Eastern Sierra, he found a lot of similarities to Maine in the small town atmosphere with plenty of outdoor recreation. He liked what he saw so much in a 20-hour visit that he moved here shortly thereafter. Aside from keeping up with his kids, Dr. Crall enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, brewing his own beer, and golfing.

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Michael Karch, MD

Dr. Karch specializes in orthopedic adult reconstruction of the hip and knee. He has been in practice in Mammoth Lakes, CA since 2003 and is a founding member of the Mammoth Orthopaedic Institute.   

Dr. Karch is the founder of the Mammoth Winter Biathlon, at one time, the largest citizen Nordic ski and marksmanship event in the United States.  He founded of the Mammoth Mass Casualty Seminar which then grew into the International Disaster and Austere Medicine Seminar and was Co-Founder of Mammoth Medical Missions 501C3. He is the co-inventor of Smart Medical Device, Inc., an innovative drilling technology for orthopedic surgery and holds multiple patents in this, and other, medical device technologies; He serves on that company’s Clinical Advisory Board.  Dr. Karch serves on the Medical Board of Advisors for Global Surgical Medical Support Group, an organization dedicated to bringing top tier medical and surgical training and relief and to far forward combat zones in the Middle East conflict theatres.



Ariel Duvall, PT, DPT, OCS

Ariel both grew up and practices physical therapy in Mammoth Lakes. She has her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). Ariel’s areas of interest include Orthopedics, Sports Physical Therapy, total joint replacement, and wound care.

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Jen McMahon, PT, DPT, GCS

Jen has her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is a Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist. She has worked for Mammoth Hospital for 7 years and enjoys giving back to the Eastern Sierra communities in which she was born and raised.


David Patterson, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in knee ligament, cartilage and meniscus surgery, preservation and osteotomy, shoulder and elbow surgery, replacement.

He is an active person and appreciates how wonderful it is to be in good health. When his patients find themselves unable to engage in the activities they love, he understand their frustration. His team offers so many pathways back to health, and he is grateful to be part of this group of caring professionals.

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Jared Lee, MD

Dr. Jared Lee has studied and practiced orthopedic medicine all over the world, and now seeks to bring world-class care to the Big Horn Basin. Dr. Lee joined Bighorn Medical Center in 2013 after earning his fellowship in advanced orthopedic sports medicine at the prestigious Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. Prior to his fellowship, Dr. Lee completed his residency in the Harvard Combined Orthopedic Residency Program, serving as Administrative Chief Resident at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Lee enjoys a rich legacy in sports, specifically football. A recipient of some of the highest honors in college football, and a former free agent for the Cincinnati Bengals, the game has deeply impacted his life. He cares for athletes globally as a covering physician for the U.S. Ski and Snowboarding team. He also practices here in Cody as the team physician for the Yellowstone Quake junior hockey team.


Brett Shore, MD

Dr. Brett Shore is a fellowship-trained sports medicine specialist, with a particular interest in hip arthroscopy and non-arthritic conditions of the hip and pelvis.  Dr. Shore completed his orthopaedic residency at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program in Boston, followed by a sports medicine fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute with Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Alabama.  Dr. Shore is currently the head of hip preservation for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group.

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Hunter Greene, MD

Specializing in sports medicine, Dr. Hunter S. Greene is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who has been with Summit Orthopedic Specialists since 2005.

Dr. Greene specializes in pediatric and adult sports medicine in his practice, including arthroscopic shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and ankle techniques. He is also the only surgeon in the Sacramento area who is fellowship trained in hip arthroscopy, a minimally invasive method of diagnosing and treating a variety of hip conditions.


Brian Haus, MD

Brian Haus, M.D., is a pediatric orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist with UC Davis Children’s Hospital. Dr. Haus is a native of Sacramento, and is dedicated to providing world-class care to children in his community.

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Nirav Amin, MD

Loma Linda University Medical Center

Loma Linda, CA


Megan Wahl, MS, ATC, CSCS

Megan is an athletic trainer with experience in the high school, sports performance, military, and physician extender settings. She currently works at Duke Sports Science Institute with Dr. Chad Mather's clinical and practice innovation teams.

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Jack Perry, MD

Jack Perry, MD, FAAOS is a board certified and fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Perry is Co-Founder of Smart Medical Devices, Inc. and serves as Director of the Scientific Advisory Board. As Director of the Scientific Advisory Board, he is facilitating the transfer of SMARTdrill®technology to surgical suites.

Dr. Perry led the Orthopaedic Service at Mammoth Hospital in Mammoth Lakes, California for 10 years. During his tenure at Mammoth, Dr. Perry built the S.P.O.R.T. center and established a fellowship in orthopaedic fracture care, complex athletic injuries and reconstruction. Dr. Perry now practices in Melbourne, Florida. He specializes in complex reconstruction, joint arthroplasty (including robotic techniques), complex soft tissue reconstructions/arthroscopies and bone malunion, bone deformity correction and bone salvage surgeries.

Dr. Perry is the owner of Perry Orthopedics, LLC in Melbourne, FL.

 Extracurricular Events

 

Thursday Night - Westin Monache Resort

Join us from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Thursday night at the Westin Monache Resort for a social gathering with cocktails and light refreshments.


Friday Night - East Side Bake Shop

Join us for dinner and drinks Friday night from 6:30 to 9:00 PM at the East Side Bake Shop.

The East Side Bake Shop serves quality baked goods, breakfast and lunch at the foot of the Eastern Sierra. It is a local purveyor of quality, homemade baked goods and food using fresh and natural ingredients, free range eggs and organic where possible and restricted-diet conscious. They also have locally roasted coffee and espresso and a great wine and beer menu.


Mammoth Margarita Festival

Relax after the course by celebrating the Mammoth Margarita Festival's 8th season bringing Latin America's indigenous distilled spirits, fine margaritas, great music and food to Mammoth Lakes. Mild daytime temperatures and cool evenings make for the perfect festival atmosphere including a free concert under the stars.

Learning Objectives

Following the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Make an educated and organized diagnosis based on history, physical exam, and x-rays

  • Plan appropriate treatment based on history, physical exam, and x-rays

  • Discuss work-up indications for THA versus arthroscopy

  • Describe indications for various operative vs non operative treatment for psoas tendonitis

  • Perform physical exam techniques for differentiating psoas from other hip problems

  • Discuss management of different chondromalacia surgical treatments

  • Assess and identify biochemical factors contributing to lateral hip pain

  • Review conservative treatment options and look at the literature behind these options

  • Describe when to close or plicate the hip capsule

  • Explain how to close or plicate the hip capsule

  • Describe work-up indications for THA versus arthroscopy

  • Explain outcomes of FAI treatment in older patients

  • Apply a step-wise approach to groin pain work-up

  • Explain outcomes of various hip treatments

  • Accurately identify and address the most commonly seen causes of refractory pain following hip arthroscopy

  • Identify functional anatomy of lower limb and the role of lumbopelvic and hip stability on the knee

  • Identify the American Physical Therapy Association's Clinical Practice Guidelines for knee stability and movement coordination impairments

  • Utilize schedules independent for each provider and out of the box thinking to improve clinic flow

  • Utilize different techniques to improve clinic flow to decrease wait times

  • Apply different solutions utilizing technology for efficient scheduling

  • Identify the patient population that will benefit from conservative treatment of MCL injury

  • Identify appropriate physical therapy examination and evaluation, interventions and outcomes of a patient treated with non-operative management of MCL injury

  • Accurately identify injury patterns specific to joint replacement.

  • Review radiographic findings pertinent to this population

  • Identify treatment plans specific to injured joint replacement patients

  • Apply emerging infection control techniques in the OR

  • Access biomechanical and functional movement patterns both contributing to and resulting from lateral hip pain

  • Identify consecutive care treatment approaches for lateral hip pain

  • Utilize telehealth visits to consult with a specialist to allow better access for patients

  • Discuss in office vs telehealth visits pros and cons and cost analysis to allow providers to maximize chair times