Invitation

Dear colleagues and friends,

on behalf of my team and on behalf of the Charité – Universitaetsmedizin Berlin it is a great honor and privilege to welcome you to the Berlin International Shoulder Course 2016.
This year the course will focus mainly on arthroscopic reconstructive procedures and will combine theoretical and practical elements providing plenty of space for exciting dialogues and discussions to get a detailed overview of the current controversies in shoulder surgery.
Video demonstrations, live surgeries and mini-battles with international and national experts will complement the scientifi c lectures. Practical skills can be improved and enhanced in ultrasound and cadaver workshops.
The course will take place in one of the most attractive locations in the heart of Berlin, between Kurfuerstendamm and Potsdamer Platz. The InterContinental refl ects the dynamics of the German capital and unites tradition and modernity. Its outstanding meeting facilities guarantee professionalism in a familial atmosphere.
With the current number of registrations the Berlin International Shoulder Course has become the largest meeting dedicated to shoulder surgery in Germany. Our deep thanks goes to our international scientifi c committee and to the speakers from all over the globe, who will guarantee the success and the high scientifi c standard of this anniversary meeting.

Welcome to Berlin and Happy Birthday Berlin Shoulder Course!

Prof. Markus Scheibel

Impressions Thursday

Impressions Friday

Impressions Saturday

Impressions Saturday

Program

Scientific Lectures, Invited Special Guest Lectures, Mini Battles
Video Demonstrations, Live Surgeries, Lunch Symposia,
Brunch Symposium, Ultrasound Workshop, Cadaver Workshop



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Thursday April 07, 2016

07:00

Registration

Welcome

M. Scheibel

Hot and Controversial Topics –
Rotator Cuff Surgery

S. Burkhart | A. Castagna

08:00

New anatomical aspects of the rotator cuff – implications for treatment

H. Sugaya

08:10

Which rotator cuff tears need surgery, which don´t?

B. Jost

08:20

Is there any evidence for arthroscopic cuff repair out there?

A. Romeo

08:30

Which implant and which technique should we use today for a full-thickness supraspinatus tear?

M. Scheibel

08:40

Orthobiologics for cuff repair –
marketing hype or really helpful?

M. Zumstein

Discussion

Invited Special Guest Lecture

M. Scheibel

Rotator cuff tears –
what have I learned over the last 30 years?

C. Gerber

Discussion

Round Table Case Discussion
Rotator Cuff Tears – What would you do?

U. Brunner

E. Calvo | M. Flury | P. Hardy | A. Romeo | H. Sugaya

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Technical Aspects in Arthroscopic
Rotator Cuff Repair

P. Hardy | A. Imhoff

10:30

Detection and treatment of intratendinous tears

A. Lädermann

10:40

Tips and tricks for a successful PASTA repair

A. Castagna

10:50

Delaminated tears –
when and how to reconstruct?

H. Sugaya

11:00

Subscapularis tears –
one technique for each tear?

S. Burkhart

11:10

Bony avulsions of the rotator cuff –
the arthroscopic approach

H. Lill

Discussion

Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair –
Footprint Reconstruction Technique

A. Castagna

J. Agneskirchner

Lunch Break and Exhibition

Lunch Symposia 1-3

New Trends in
Shoulder Reconstruction Procedures

A. Romeo

Stemless shoulder arthroplasty systems

W. Anderl

Biceps tendon disorders – when and how to treat?

M. Flury

Management of acute and chronic AC-joint instability

A. Imhoff

All-Suture Anchors – Why not Y-Knot®?

A. Castagna

All-suture anchors for rotator cuff repair –
current concepts

D. Liem

Complications of classic suture anchors –
why should we switch?

O. Verborgt

New ways of labral repair and capsular shift procedures

A. Castagna

What’s new in Shoulder Arthroplasty?

L. Neyton

Pyrocarbon heads for anatomical reconstruction –
is this the future?

U. Brunner

What’s the best inclination angle for
reverse shoulder arthroplasty?

A. Lädermann

Glenoid reconstruction in reverse shoulder arthroplasty using a threaded post baseplate

M. Scheibel

Interactive Mini Battle –
Concomitant Pathologies in Rotator Cuff Surgery

A. Romeo | S. Pauly

14:00

Subacromial impingement and cuff tears

I always decompress the subacromial space

D. Liem

I just treat the cuff

O. Verborgt

Discussion and vote

14:15

Biceps tendon pathology and cuff tears

Tenodesis – I fix the tendon high

E. Calvo

Tenodesis – I fix the tendon low

A. Imhoff

Discussion and vote

14:30

Hidden lesions of the rotator interval and cuff tears

Reconstruction is the key to success

L. Neyton

I don´t care about the interval

M. Zumstein

Discussion and vote

14:45

Stiffness and cuff tears

Single stage arthrolysis and cuff repair

M. Flury

I treat stiffness first and the cuff later

P. Valenti

Discussion and vote

Arthroscopic Repair of a Massive Rotator Cuff Tear

P. Hardy

S. Burkhart

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Relive Surgical Technique Videos

Latest Technologies in Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Surgery

M. Flury | L. Neyton

16:30

Arthroscopic transosseous cuff repair

A. Castagna

16:40

Arthroscopic knotless anchor reconstruction

S. Pauly

16:50

All-suture anchor rotator cuff repair –
the way to go

D. Liem

17:00

Arthroscopic superior capsular reconstruction
for massive cuff tears

M. Snow

17:10

In Space Ballon for massive rotator cuff tears

J. Agneskirchner

Discussion

Management of the Dysfunctional/Pseudoparalytic Massive Rotator Cuff Tear

C. Gerber | P. Valenti

17:30

Dysfunction and pseudoparalysis – what is it really?

C. Gerber

17:40

I solve the problem arthroscopically

S. Burkhart

17:50

I use the biceps tendon to regain function

A. Werner

18:00

Tendon transfer works best for me

P. Valenti

18:10

I need a reverse prosthesis to succeed

F. Gohlke

Discussion

End of First Day and
Welcome in the Exhibition Area

Friday April 08, 2016

07:00

Registration

Hot and Controversial Topics –
Anterior Shoulder Instability

H. Sugaya | C. Gerhardt

08:00

Management of first time shoulder dislocators –
new aspects

O. Verborgt

08:10

Which implant and which technique should
we use today for a Bankart repair?

E. Calvo

08:20

Failure analysis following bankart repair with
modern techniques

A. Romeo

08:30

The evolution of anatomical glenoid reconstruction
techniques

N. Kraus

08:40

Results and complications of anatomical and
extraanatomical reconstruction of the glenoid

U. Brunner

Discussion

Invited Special Guest Lecture

M. Scheibel

My personal experience in 30 years of shoulder stabilization –
what has changed?

P. Habermeyer

Discussion

Round Table Case Discussion
Anterior Shoulder Instability – What would you do?

P. Hardy

S. Burkhart | C. Gerber | F. Gohlke | O. Levy | O. Verborgt

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Technical Aspects of Arthroscopic Treatment in
Anterior Shoulder Instability

P. Habermeyer | M. Snow

10:30

Bankart vs ALPSA lesion – different ways to go?

A. Castagna

10:40

Acute glenoid fracture treatment –
arthroscopic techniques

M. Scheibel

10:50

Chronic glenoid fracture treatment –
mobilization and repair

H. Sugaya

11:00

Arthroscopic HAGL-Repair – how does it work?

S. Burkhart

11:10

Hill-Sachs Remplissage – how I do it

P. Hardy

Discussion

Arthroscopic Latarjet Procedure –
Extraanatomical Reconstruction of the Glenoid

H. Resch

E. Calvo

Lunch Break and Exhibition

Lunch Symposia 4-6

Solutions for Complex and Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty

C. Gerber

Stemless prosthesis for complex bone deformities

P. Hardy

Management of glenoid bone loss in primary RSA

O. Verborgt

Revision concepts for failed hemiarthroplasties

C. Gerber

Managing Shoulder Instability:
Latest Thinking – Pioneering Approaches

M. Snow

Soft-tissue management of multidirectional instability including capsular shift

P. Lubiatowski

Arthroscopic soft tissue stabilization:
Pearls and pitfalls

H. Sugaya

Instability essentials – what, when and where?

M. Snow

Recent Innovations in Shoulder Arthroplasty –
Reconstruction – From Massive Cuff
Tears to Cuff Tear Arthropathy

S. Burkhart

Stemless shoulder arthroplasty systems

W. Anderl

Convertible glenoid – concept and early results

P. Habermeyer

Univers Reverse Shoulder System –
the inverse solution

A. Romeo

Interactive Mini Battle –
Controversial Treatment Strategies for Anterior Shoulder Instability

C. Gerber | F. Gohlke

14:00

Complex labral tears in anterior instability

I repair everything

C. Gerhardt

There is no evidence to treat the SLAP-lesion

P. Lubiatowski

Discussion and vote

14:15

Labral lesion and cuff tears

I just repair the cuff

B. Jost

I treat the labrum and the cuff

Reuther

Discussion and vote

14:30

Bone loss in anterior shoulder instability

A plea for an anatomical reconstruction

H. Resch

Extraanatomical procedures are the gold standard

L. Neyton

Discussion and vote

14:45

Arthroscopic vs open Latarjet

Why did I stop to use the arthroscopic Latarjet?

A. Lädermann

Why do I still perform the arthroscopic approach?

R. Brzoska

Discussion and vote

Arthroscopic Free Bone Block Procedure –

Anatomic Reconstruction of the Glenoid

B. Jost

M. Scheibel

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Relive Surgical Technique Videos

Latest Technologies for Arthroscopic Bony Reconstructions

W. Anderl | C. Gerhardt

16:30

Arthroscopic Latarjet and Bankart procedure using the Zip Tight fixation

P. Valenti

16:40

Arthroscopic Latarjet procedure – the way I do it

R. Brzoska

Discussion

16:50

Anatomical glenoid reconstruction using a free bone graft

R. Hertel

17:00

Implant-free glenoid reconstruction using an
iliac crest graft

W. Anderl

Discussion

17:10

Posterior bone block procedure – the way I do it

T. Smith

Management of Posterior Shoulder Instability

A. Romeo | M. Scheibel

17:30

Conservative treatment options for posterior shoulder instability

P. Lubiatowski

17:40

Soft-tissue reconstruction techniques

A. Castagna

17:50

Posterior bone block – indication and results

T. Smith

18:00

Modified Scott procedure for static posterior subluxation

H. Resch

18:10

Allograft reconstruction for chronic locked posterior dislocations

C. Gerber

Discussion

End of Second Day

Saturday April 09, 2016

07:00

Registration

Hot and Controversial Topics –
AC-Joint Instability

J. Kircher | M. Zumstein

08:00

Do we need the Rockwood classification?

N. Kraus

08:10

Is surgery really necessary for AC-joint dislocations?

E. Calvo

08:20

Concomitant glenohumeral lesions –
prevalence and relevance?

S. Pauly

08:30

Which implant and which technique should we use today for acute AC-joint instability?

M. Tauber

08:40

Failure analysis following AC-joint reconstruction

A. Romeo

Discussion

Invited Special Guest Lecture

M. Scheibel

Salvage procedures for complex injuries and dislocation or fracture sequelae of the shoulder girdle

H. Resch

Discussion

Relive Surgical Technique Videos

New Technologies for Arthroscopic AC-Joint Repair

E. Calvo | A. Lädermann

09:30

Arthroscopic AC-joint reconstruction
for acute dislocations

M. Scheibel

09:40

A novel electromagnetic navigation technique for AC-Joint repair

M. Hoffmann

09:50

Arthroscopically-assisted Bipod reconstruction

M. Zumstein

10:00

Mini-open cruciate reconstruction of the AC-joint with synthetic ligament and PRP

O. Levy

10:10

AC- and CC-ligament reconstruction
for chronic instability

C. Gerhardt

Discussion

Coffee Break and Exhibition

Brunch Symposium/Ultrasound Workshop

New Materials for Total Shoulder Arthroplasty:
Can Ceramics Help Reducing Complications in Total
Shoulder Arthroplasty?

O. Levy

Clinical problems in shoulder arthroplasty

O. Levy

Shoulder arthroplasty – an inventory

F. Zeifang

Ceramics in total joint arthroplasty: what are potential clinical advantages?

F. Seehaus

Imaging strategies of the shoulder and the shoulder girdle

C. Gerhardt | N. Kraus | Reuther

Miscellaneous Arthroscopic and
Open Surgical Techniques

O. Levy | N. Kraus

12:00

Arthroscopic treatment options for sternoclavicular pathologies

O. Levy

12:10

How do I stabilize the sternoclavicular joint?

F. Gohlke

12:20

Lateral clavicle fractures –
arthroscopic or open treatment?

P. Hardy

12:30

The role of arthroscopy in the painful shoulder prosthesis

J. Kircher

12:40

The value of arthroscopic nerve exposure around
the shoulder

R. Brzoska

Discussion


Closing remarks

Cadaver Workshop

End of Meeting

Faculty

Jens Agneskirchner, Germany
Werner Anderl, Austria
Ulrich Brunner, Germany
Roman Brzoska, Poland
Stephen S. Burkhart, USA
Emilio Calvo, Spain
Alessandro Castagna, Italy
Matthias Flury, Switzerland
Christian Gerber, Switzerland
Christian Gerhardt, Germany
Frank Gohlke, Germany
Peter Habermeyer, Germany
Philippe Hardy, France
Ralph Hertel, Switzerland
Michael Hoffmann, Germany
Andreas B. Imhoff, Germany
Bernhard Jost, Switzerland
Jörn Kircher, Germany
Natascha Kraus, Germany
Alexandre Lädermann, Switzerland
Ofer Levy, UK
Dennis Liem, Germany
Helmut Lill, Germany
Przemyslaw Lubiatowski, Poland
Lionel Neyton, France
Stephan Pauly, Germany
Herbert Resch, Austria
Falk Reuther, Germany
Anthony A. Romeo, USA
Markus Scheibel, Germany
Frank Seehaus, Germany
Martyn Snow, UK
Tomas Smith, Germany
Hiroyuki Sugaya, Japan
Mark Tauber, Germany
Philippe Valenti, France
Olivier Verborgt, Belgium
Andreas Werner, Germany
Felix Zeifang, Germany
Matthias A. Zumstein, Switzerland

Lunch Symposia | Brunch Symposium

Lunch Symposia


LS 1 | New Trends in Shoulder Reconstruction Procedures
April 07, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Bellevue
LS 2 | All-Suture Anchors – Why not Y-Knot®?
April 07, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Tegel
LS 3 | What’s new in Shoulder Arthroplasty?
April 07, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Tiergarten
LS 4 | Solutions for Complex and Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty
April 08, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Bellevue
LS 5 | Managing Shoulder Instability: Latest Thinking – Pioneering Approaches
April 08, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Tegel
LS 6 | Recent Innovations in Shoulder Reconstruction – From Massive Cuff Tears to Cuff Tear Arthropathy
April 08, 2016, 12:45-13:45, Room Tiergarten
Brunch Symposium


BS | New Materials for Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Can Ceramics Help Reducing Complications in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty?
April 09, 2016, 10:45-11:45, Room Bellevue

Ultrasound Workshop | Cadaver Workshop

Ultrasound Workshop

April 09, 2016, 10:45-11:45, Room Tiergarten
Cadaver Workshop

April 09, 2016, 14:00-17:00, Department of Anatomy

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Information

Course Chairman

Markus Scheibel
Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery (CMSC),
Charité - Universitaetsmedizin Berlin | Germany

Local Organizing Committee

Christian Gerhardt, Germany
Natascha Kraus, Germany
Stephan Pauly, Germany

International Scientific Committee

Stephen S. Burkhart, USA
Emilio Calvo, Spain
Alessandro Castagna, Italy
Philippe Hardy, France
Bernhard Jost, Switzerland
Anthony A. Romeo, USA
Hiroyuki Sugaya, Japan
Philippe Valenti, France

Meeting Dates

April 07–09, 2016

Official Language

English, simultaneous translation will not be provided

Venue

InterContinental Berlin
Budapester Strasse 2
10787 Berlin | Germany

Access

Airport Tegel TXL11 km
Airport Schoenefeld SFX20 km
Main train station "Hauptbahnhof"3 km
Train station "Zoologischer Garten"1,5 km

Participation Fees

Early registration until January 06, 2016Late registration
Participation Fee500 €600 €
Cadaver Workshop - Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty400 €600 €
Ultrasound Workshop100 €150 €

Certification

The Course has been certified with 15 points in the Category B from the Berlin General Medical Council.
The Cadaveric Workshop has been certified with 4 points in the Category C from the Berlin General Medical Council.

Patronage

Organizer, Registration and Information

Congress Compact 2C GmbH
Thomas Ruttkowski
Joachimsthaler Strasse 10
10719 Berlin | Germany
Phone +49 30 32708233
Fax      +49 30 32708234
E-Mail info@berlin-shoulder-course.com

Lunch and Breaks

Coffee and lunch breaks will be available daily for all registered attendees in the Exhibit Hall. Thursday, April 07 through Saturday, April 09, coffee will be available at 07:00 in the Exhibit Hall.

Internet Stations

All meeting attendees are welcome to check their email and explore the World Wide Web for free at the Internet Stations. The Internet Stations will be open daily during Congress hours and are located in the Exhibit Hall.

WiFi Service

Free WiFi will be available to Congress Attendees in all meeting rooms and public areas, including the Exhibit Hall.

On-Site Registration and Badge Pick-up

Badge pick-up is scheduled to open on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 Afternoon. Attendees will be able to pay for their on-site registration in Euros, by cash, EC card or by credit card (American Express, MasterCard and Visa). Registration will be open every day at the InterContinental Berlin during the following hours:
Wednesday, April 06, 201617:00–22:00
Thursday, April 07, 2016 | Friday, April 08, 201607:00–19:00
Saturday, April 09, 201607:00–14:00

Technical Exhibits

Attendees must be registered for the meeting in order to access the Exhibit Hall. A complete listing of all technical exhibits will be included in the final program. Exhibits will be open:
Thursday, April 07, 2016 | Friday, April 08, 201607:00–19:00
Saturday, April 09, 201607:00–14:00

Speaker Ready Room

Please bring a copy of your presentation to the Speaker Ready Room a minimum of 2 hours in advance of your presentation. The Speaker Ready Room is located at the Room Dahlem. The Speaker Ready Room will be open as follows:
Wednesday, April 06, 201617:00–22:00
Thursday, April 07, 201607:00–19:00
Friday, April 08, 201607:00–19:00
Saturday, April 09, 201607:00–14:00

Contact

Congress Compact 2C GmbH

Dipl.-Inform. Thomas Ruttkowski
Joachimsthaler Strasse 10
10719 Berlin

Phone+49 30 32708233
Fax+49 30 32708234
E-Mailinfo@berlin-shoulder-course.com