ASES 2019 Annual Meeting

Please plan to join us this October for the ASES 2019 Annual Meeting in New York, New York! The program co-chairs have planned a phenomenal educational scientific program including live surgeries (new!), concurrent sessions (new!), abstract presentations, symposia, morning ICLs, and guest lectures.

Click here to view the final program!

Please Note: This is a Member’s Only meeting. 

Program Highlights

Eiji Itoi, MD, PhD
Revival and Renewal
Thursday, October 17th

Hiroyuki Sugaya, MD
Evolving Concept for Shoulder Stabilization: Roles of Bone, Capsule, and Rotator Cuff
Thursday, October 17th

Robert H. Cofield, MD
Shoulder Arthritis, Dr. Codman’s Views and Applying End Results
Friday, October 18th
grants and awards

Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS
Friday, October 18th

Larry D. Buschon, MD, United States Congressman
Saturday, October 19th

Thursday & Friday Afternoons

Both Thursday & Friday concurrent sessions will include two meeting rooms each with two live surgeries and a third meeting room with abstracts. See the program schedule for details. 

Industry Sponsored: Live Surgeries are Non-CME

Thursday, October 17th

  • Live Surgery: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty (Reverse) – Sponsored by Zimmer Biomet
    Moderator: John W. Sperling, MD, MBA
    Surgeon: David M. Dines, MD
    Live from Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Live Surgery: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty (Reverse) – Sponsored by Exactech
    Moderator: Joseph D. Zuckerman, MD
    Surgeon: Lawrence V. Gulotta, MD
    Live from Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Live Surgery: Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction – Sponsored by Stryker
    Moderator: Michael G. Ciccotti, MD
    Surgeon: David W. Altchek, MD
    Live from Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Live Surgery: Lateral Decubitus Bankart – Sponsored by Arthrex
    Moderator: Peter J. Millett, MD, MSc
    Surgeon: Christopher S. Ahmad, MD
    Live from Columbia

Friday, October 18th

  • Live Surgery: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty (Reverse) – Sponsored by Arthrex
    Moderator: Anthony A. Romeo, MD
    Surgeon: Bradford O.  Parsons, MD
    Live from Mt. Sinai Hospital
  • Live Surgery: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty (Reverse) – Sponsored by DJO
    Moderator: Gerald R. Williams, Jr., MD
    Surgeon: Young W. Kwon, MD, PhD
    Live from NYU Langone Health
  • Live Surgery: Rotator Cuff Repair – Sponsored by Smith & Nephew
    Moderator: Jonathan B. Ticker, MD
    Surgeon: Lawrence V. Gulotta, MD
    Live from Hospital for Special Surgery
  • Live Surgery: Superior Capsular Reconstruction – Sponsored by Arthrex
    Moderator: Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
    Surgeon: Joshua S. Dines, MD
    Live from Hospital for Special Surgery

Saturday, October 19th

    • Pre-recorded Surgery: A Canal Sparing Total Shoulder Arthroplasty with Multiplanar Osteotomy and Oblique Glenoid Approach – Sponsored by Catalyst OrthoScience
    • Pre-recorded Surgery: Stemless Shoulder Arthroplasty with the Arthrex Eclipse System – Sponsored by Arthrex

Friday, October 18th

Moderators: Frank A. Cordasco, MD, MS, and Evan L. Flatow, MD
Panelists: Louis U. Bigliani, MD, Robert H. Cofield, MD, Frederick C. Ewald, MD, Richard J. Hawkins, MD, Fredrick A. Matsen, III, MD, Robert J. Neviaser, MD, Tom R. Norris, MD, Russell F. Warren, MD, Keith C. Watson, MD

Saturday, October 19th

Topics Include:

  • How to Advance Within ASES?
  • How to Get Research Done in Private Practice?
  • What I Wish I Knew About Practice 10 Years Ago
  • And a Questions/Answer/Discussion session

ICLs will be offered each morning of the Annual Meeting.
Registration is required for all ICLs (except for Guided Poster Tours). Seats are limited… REGISTER TODAY!

Thursday, October 17th, 6:45 – 8:00am

  • ICL #101 – Arthroscopy to Arthroplasty for the Very Young Patient with Glenohumeral Arthritis
  • ICL #102 – Superior Capsular Reconstruction
  • ICL #103 – Contemporary Perspectives on the Assessment and Management of the Stiff Elbow – What Is the Best Evidence to Date?
  • ICL #104 – Glenohumeral Instability
  • ICL #105 – Guided Poster Tours (No Registration Required, Free)

Friday, October 18th, 6:45 – 8:00am

  • ICL #201 – Management of AC joint Injuries – AC Joint Anatomy and Biomechanics in 2019
  • ICL #202 – Elbow Trauma Gone Wrong: How to Solve Complications After Elbow Fractures
  • ICL #203 – Revision UCL Reconstruction
  • ICL #204 – Rotator Cuff Anatomy & Repair
  • ICL #205 – Guided Poster Tours (No Registration Required, Free)

Saturday, October 19th, 6:45 – 8:00am

  • ICL #301 – Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty – Can We Define Patient-Specific Reconstruction?
  • ICL #302 – Elbow Arthritis in the Young Patient
  • ICL #303 – Arthroscopic vs. Open Stabilization: Indications, Outcomes, and Controversies
  • ICL #304 – Managing Glenoid Bone Loss in Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement – Options and Technical Pearls

Click here to view the final program!

Special Events

Wednesday, October 16th, 6:30 – 8:30pm

A cocktail reception with passed hors d’oeuvres. Free of charge for all registrants and guests.
This event will take place in the New York Ballroom of the Sheraton New York Times Hotel.

Thursday, October 17th, 6:30 – 8:00pm

Please plan to register for the JP Morgan Library Cocktail Networking Event with Whisky & Bourbon Sampling taking place on Thursday evening, October 17th at the Gilbert Court within the Morgan Library & Museum. Here, you will be able to spend an enjoyable evening with your colleagues while sampling both whisky and bourbon. Butler passed hors d’oeuvres will also be included.

Additionally, you will have access to multiple galleries within the museum as well as JP Morgan’s Library (JP Morgan’s former home/mansion). The palazzo-like structure was designed by Charles Follen McKim to serve as the private library of financier Pierpont Morgan and constructed in 1906. The library and adjacent buildings underwent an extensive expansion and renovation by Renzo Piano in 2006. This library includes treasures from museum’s world-renowned permanent collection. It is considered one of New York’s great architectural treasures and its interiors are regarded as some of the most beautiful in America. The majestic interiors include volumes of European literature from the sixteenth through twentieth centuries which fill the shelves of Mr. Morgan’s Library. The walls, reaching thirty feet, are lined floor to ceiling with triple tiers of bookcases made of inlaid Circassian walnut.

This unique event will promote exchange of ideas, development of long-lasting professional relationships and networking in a relaxed setting.

Please Note: This event will include transportation for attendees from the Sheraton to the JP Morgan Library & Museum. You will have to arrange for return transportation.

Dress Code
– Dressy Casual

* Dresses
* Skirt and dressy top
* Dressy pants outfit
* Nice jeans and dressy top

* Dress shirt, casual button-down shirt, open-collar or polo shirt
* Seasonal sport coat or blazer
* Slacks or nice jeans
* Optional tie

Guest Nation: Japan

Call for Abstracts
The deadline date for all abstract submissions was Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Abstracts are no longer being accepted for this meeting. A final decision on accepted abstracts will be complete by July 31st.

The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons gratefully acknowledge the following educational grants
in support of the 2019 Annual Meeting.

DePuy Synthes
Zimmer Biomet

The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons gratefully acknowledge the following
Innovation & Strategic Partners for their
 2019 annual support.

Double Diamond Level ($200,000 and Up)

Diamond Level ($150,000 – $199,999)

Titanium Level ($75,000 – $149,999)

Platinum Level ($30,000 – $74,999)

Gold Level ($15,000 – $29,999)

Silver Level ($10,000 – $14,999)

Supporter Level (Less than $10,000)

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