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DAVID E. KARGES, D.O.

Oakland General – St. John’s Hospital Oakland General – St. John’s Hospital HOSPITAL OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS: Senior Staff Physician, Division of Orthopaedic Traumatology American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons since 1995, member #35330 Orthopaedic Trauma Association, Active Member, since September 1997 - Chairman of Membership Committee, OTA (July 2006 – June 2008) American Osteopathic Association of Orthopaedics, Active Member since June 1991 St. Louis Orthopaedic Society since June 2003 Detroit Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons since August 1994 Michigan Orthopaedic Association since April 1993 Michigan Association Osteopathic Orthopaedic Surgeons since October 1991 AO Alumni Association since February 1994 State of Missouri March 2003 State of Michigan June 1987 Diplomate, Board of American Osteopathic Association of Orthopaedics: May 1997 HONORS AND AWARDS: The Best Doctors In St. Louis 2006 The Best Doctors In St. Louis 2005 “The Best Doctors in America” Woodward/White, Inc. 8/2006 “The Best Doctors in America” Woodward/White, Inc. 8/2005 Life Member, National Registry of Who’s Who 2000, Fourth Listing “The Best Doctors in America” Woodward/White, Inc. 8/20/98 Distinguished Teaching Award: Department of Orthopaedics, Henry Ford Hospital; 7/93–6/94 National Award: Osteopathic Orthopaedic First Place Scientific Resident Paper 1992: “Open Reduction Internal Fixation of Intra-Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary Results.” Recognition: NYT Television: The Learning Channel (TLC) Trauma Life in the ER—Episode No. 374: "Motor City Blues" SERVICE: Journal/Editorial Activity: 1. Reviewer, Journal of Trauma, Williams and Wilkins, since 1996. State and Local Boards and Committees: 1. Membership Committee Chairman, Orthopaedic Trauma Association – AAOS 2005 2. Committee Member, American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Standards Setting Committee, Philadelphia, January 21-23, 2004. 3. Osteopathic Oral Board Examiner, American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery 4. AOBOS – Settings Committee and Testing Committee - 2001 5. Committee Member, American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Test / 6. Committee Member, Wayne State University Orthopaedic Data Collection Committee, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, MI. 7. Orthopaedic Technology Improvement Committee, Dept. of Orthopaedics, Wayne State 8. Long Range Planning Committee: American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopaedics 9. Level 1 Trauma Quality Assessment, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI since 1993 10. Committee Member, Ford Orthopaedic Data Collection Committee, Henry Ford Hospital, 11. Committee Member, Trauma Quality Improvement Program, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, 12. Orthopaedic Residency Directorship, Saint. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri RESEARCH SUPPORT: Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Study to Prospectively Evaluate Reamed vs Non-Reamed Intramedullary Nails in Tibial Fracture (S.P.R.I.N.T.): A Multi-Centre Study Detroit Receiving Hospital NIH Funding approved on March 26, 2002 - $750,000 2001 – present P.I.: DE Karges International Hip Fracture Collaborative (IHFRC) Fixation Using Alternate Implants for the Treatment of Hip Fractures (FAITH.) A Multi-Centre Study NIH Funding – in review Study: To begin July 2007 St. Louis University Hospital P.I.: DE Karges TEACHING: Years at St. Louis University: April, 2003 – Present Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Saint Louis University, School of Medicine Years at Wayne State University: May, 1998 – April, 2003 Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Wayne State University School of Medicine Detroit, MI TEACHING: Residents: 1. Henry Ford Hospital Orthopaedic Resident Annual Foot and Ankle Trauma Lectures (Nov. 2. Advanced Trauma Life Support (Henry Ford Hospital Sponsored) Orthopaedic Lectures Medical Students: 1. Henry Ford Hospital Medical Student Summer Fellowship Orthopaedic Lectures since June Michigan State University – College of Osteopathic Medicine: Consortium for Osteopathic Graduate Medical Education 1. Fractures of the Midfoot, Talar Neck Fractures. March 1995. 2. Subtrochanteric Fractures of the Proximal Femur, The Pilon Fracture. July 1995. 3. The Treatment of Scapula Fractures and Floating Shoulder Injuries. April 1996. 4. Intra-Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis and Lisfranc Fractures of the Foot. June 1996. 5. Fractures About the Elbow. September 1997. 6. Fractures of the Talus and Tibial Pilon, July 1998. 7. Fractures of the Distal Humerus, August 1998. PUBLICATIONS: Original Observations in Refereed Journals: 1. Hasselo LG, Willkens RF, Toomey HE, Karges DE, Hansen ST: Forefoot Surgery in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Subjective Assessment of Outcome. Foot and Ankle 8(3)148-151, December 1987. 2. Karges DE: Plantar Excision of Primary Interdigital Neuroma. Foot and Ankle 9:3:120-124, 3. Karges DE: Open Reduction Internal Fixation of Intra-Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary Results. J of Am Osteo Acad of Ortho 30:1, 1991. 4. Cushing B, Karges DE: Injury Severity: Better Data Through Direct Physician Entry of Anatomic Injuries. Medical Decision Making, 11S:45-48, 1991. 5. Moed BR, Karges DE: Prophylactic Indomethacin for the Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification Following Acetabular Fracture Surgery in High Risk Patients. J of Ortho Trauma 8:1:34-39, 1994. 6. Konrath G, Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR: Comparison of Results: Early vs Delayed Surgical Treatment of Severe Ankle Fractures. J Ortho Trauma 9:5:377-380, 1995. PUBLICATIONS (Continued): Original Observations in Refereed Journals: 7. Moed BR, Karges DE: Techniques for Reduction and Posterior Fixation of Pelvic Ring Disruptions Through the Posterior Approach. Clin Orthop & Rel Res 329:102-114, 1996. 8. Smith ST, Cramer KE, Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR: Early Complications in the Operative Treatment of Patella Fractures. J Ortho Trauma 11:3:183-187, 1997. 9. Konrath G, Moed BR, Watson JT, Karges DE, Cramer KE: Intramedullary Nailing of Unstable Diaphyseal Fractures of the Tibia with Distal Intra-Articular Involvement. J of Ortho Trauma 11:3:200-205, 1997. 10. Watson JT, Moed BR, Cramer KE, Karges DE: Comparison of the Compression Hip Screw with the Medoff Sliding Plate for Intertrochanteric Fractures, Clin Ortho & Rel Res 348, 79-86, March, 1998. 11. Moed BR, Subramanian S, vanHolsbeeck M, Watson JT, Cramer KE, Karges DE, Craig JG, Bouffard JA: Ultrasound for the Early Diagnosis of Tibial Fracture Healing After Static Interlocked Nailing Without Reaming, Part II: Clinical Results. J of Ortho Trauma 12:3;206-213, 1998. 12. Moed BR, Watson JT, Cramer KE, Karges DE, Teefey J: Unreamed Retrograde Intramedullary Nailing of Fractures of the Femoral Shaft. J Ortho Trauma 12(5)334-342, 1998. 13. Watson JT, Moed BR, Karges DE, Cramer KE: Pilon Fractures. Treatment protocol based on severity of soft tissue injury. Clin Ortho & Rel Res 375:78-90, June 2000. 14. Tornetta P, Collinge C, Karges DE: Ankle Fracture. J Ortho Trauma 15(4)304-306, May 15. Zmurko MG, Karges, DE: Functional Outcome of Patients Following Open Reduction Internal Fixation for Bilateral Calcaneus Fractures. Foot and Ankle International 23(10) 2002. 16. Karges, DE: Current Concepts For Treatment Of The Painful Flatfoot In The Elderly. Missouri Medicine – May/June 2005 – Vol. 102, No. 3 Books and Chapters: 1. Hindfoot Nonunions. (Arnold) Book Title: Fractures - Nonunions (In Press: Fall, 2006) PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS: 1. Moed BR, Karges DE: Prophylactic Indomethacin for the Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification Following Acetabular Fracture Surgery in High Risk Patients. Ortho Trans 18:3:725, 1994. 2. Watson JT, Karges DE, Moed BR: The Value of CT Scanning for Preoperative Evaluation of the Tibial Plateau Fracture. Ortho Trans 18:3:729, 1994. 3. Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR, Konrath G: Comparison of Results: Early vs Delayed Surgical Treatment of Severe Ankle Fractures. J Orthop Trauma 9(5):377, 1995. 4. Karges, DE: Operative Treatment of Open Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary 5. Moed BR, Subramanian S, van Holsbeeck M, Watson JT, Cramer KE, and Karges DE: Ultrasound for the Early Diagnosis of Tibial Fracture Healing After Unreamed Interlocked Nailing. Orthopaedic Transactions 20(3) 1996. 6. Cramer KE, Smith S, Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR: Operative Treatment of the Patella Fractures: Early Complications. Orthopaedic Transactions 20(3) 1996. 7. Karges DE, Cramer KE, Kapotas J: Immediate versus Delayed Operative Management of Fractures of the Neck of the Talus. Orthopaedic Transactions 21(3) 1997. PRESENTATIONS: Invited and/or Refereed Internationally and Nationally: 1. The Trauma Register. Computer Data Collection Workshop. Burman W, Karges DE. Ortho 2. Prophylactic Indomethacin for the Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification Following Acetabular Fracture Surgery in High Risk Patients. Moed BR, Karges DE. Inter Conf on Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures, Pittsburgh, PA, 1992. 3. The Value of CT Scanning for Preoperative Planning of Tibial Plateau Fractures. Karges DE. Ortho Trauma Assoc, New Orleans, LA, 1993. 4. Open Reduction Internal Fixation of the Intra-Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary Results. Karges DE. Ann Am Osteo Acad of Ortho, Scottsdale, AZ, 1993. 5. Prophylactic Indomethacin for the Prevention of Heterotopic Ossification Following Acetabular Fracture Surgery in High Risk Patients. Moed BR, Karges DE. Ortho Trauma Assoc, New Orleans, LA, 1993. 6. The Value of CT Scanning for Preoperative Evaluation of Tibial Plateau Fractures. Watson JT, Karges DE, Moed BR. AAOS 61st Ann Mtg, New Orleans, LA, February, 1994. 7. Operative Treatment of Open Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary Results. Karges DE, Benirschke S, Sangeorzan B. Ortho Trauma Assoc Ann Mtg, Los Angeles, CA, September, 1994. 8. Lab (Workshop): Calcaneus/Talus, Ortho Trauma Assoc, Los Angeles, CA, September, PRESENTATIONS (Continued): Invited and/or Refereed Internationally and Nationally: 9. Delayed Versus Immediate Treatment of Severe Ankle Fractures: A Retrospective Review of 202 Cases. Karges DE, Konrath G, Watson JT, Moed BR. Ortho Trauma Assoc Ann Mtg, Los Angeles, CA, September, 1994. 10. Comparison of Results: Immediate vs Delayed Surgical Treatment of Ankle Fractures. Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR, Konrath G. AAOS 62nd Ann Mtg, Orlando, FL, February, 1995. 11. Ultrasound for the Early Diagnosis of Tibial Fracture Healing After Unreamed Interlocked Nailing. Moed BR, Subramanian S, vanHolsbeeck M, Watson JT, Cramer KE, Karges DE. Ortho Trauma Assoc Ann Mtg, Tampa, FL, September, 1995. 12. Operative Treatment of Patella Fractures: Early Complications. Cramer KE, Smith S, Watson JT, Moed BR, Karges DE. Ortho Trauma Assoc Ann Mtg, Tampa, FL, September, 1995. 13. Recurrent Elbow Dislocations: Management with a Temporary Transarticular Screw. Cramer KE, Karges DE, Watson JT, Moed BR. Poster Presentation. Ortho Trauma Assoc Ann Mtg., Tampa, FL, September, 1995. 14. Karges DE, Cramer KE, Kapotas J: Immediate versus Delayed Operative Management of Fractures of the Neck of the Talus. AAOS 65th Ann Mtg, New Orleans, LA, 1998. 15. Guest Lecturer: AO Podiatric Comprehensive Course. Fractures of the Fibular Malleolus, and Intraarticular fractures of the Calcaneus: Colorado Springs, CO, October 21-22, 1998. 16. Lecturer: Controversies in the Management of Open Fractures, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 1999 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, February 6, 1999. 17. 10th Annual Current Concepts in Trauma Care: Pediatric Femur Fractures – Plating vs. IM 18. American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopaedics 39th Annual Postgraduate Seminar; 19. 72nd Annual Clinical Assembly of Osteopathic Specialist. (AOAO). Seattle, WA, October, 20. Ankle Fractures. OTA Annual Meeting/1999 Residents Basic Fracture Course. Charlotte, 21. Open Reduction and Internal Fixation and Calcaneus Fractures. Current Controversies and Trends in Orthopaedic Trauma Management Course. Tucson, AZ, March, 2000. 22. Polytrauma and Fractures of Immobilization. AOAO Annual Postgraduate Seminar, Lake 23. Guest Speaker: Podiatric Advanced Course. AO ASIF, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, June, 2000. 24. Trauma Workshop Series 2000. New Techniques in Fracture Management. External Fixation – Foot and Ankle. Cost Mesa, CA, June, 2000. 25. Periarticular Fractures of the Lower Extremity. 6th Annual Trauma Symposium, San 26. Ankle Fractures. OTA 16th Annual Meeting/2000 Residents Basic Fracture Course. San PRESENTATIONS (Continued): Invited and/or Refereed Internationally and Nationally: 27. Speaker: 15th Annual Vail Orthopaedic Symposium - Trauma Update Course. Vail CO. 28. Ankle Fractures: OTA Annual Meeting / 2001 Residents Basic Fracture Course. San Diego, 29. Guest Speaker: Podiatric Comprehensive Course. AO ASIF. Tucson, AZ. November 1-4, 30. 12th Edition of the Emergencies in Medicine - Pitfalls and Initial Management of Orthopaedic Injuries: Upper and Lower Extremities. Park City, Utah. March 3 - 8, 2002. 31. AO ASIF Principles of Fracture Management and Advanced Controversies in Fracture Care Course. Intramedullary Nailing of Supracondylar Femur Fractures, Intramedullary Nailing: Antegrade vs. Retrograde and External Fixation / Internal Fixation. Sun Valley, Idaho. March 17 - 22, 2002. 32. Fractures and Dislocations of Lisfranc Joint; OTA 18th Annual Meeting / Resident's Basic Fracture Course. Toronto, Ontario Canada October 11 - 13, 2002. 33. Ankle / Foot Fractures: Review and Update for Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons. 34. Open Percutaneous Fixation of the Os Calcis; Zimmer Ortho Trauma Update Lecture. 35. Tarsometatarsal Injections; OTA 19th Annual Meeting / Resident’s Course Lecture. Salt 36. Course Faculty: Emerging Trends Whistler 2004 Orthopaedic Symposium, Lower Extremity Update. Whistler, BC, Canada. February 28, 2004 37. Course Faculty: Twenty-Second Annual Emergencies in Medicine. Park City, Utah. March 1-3, 2004. 38. Course Faculty: AO ASIF Fracture Management & Advanced Controversies in Fracture Care Curses. Marco Island, Florida. June 6-11, 2004. 39. Course Faculty: AO ASIF Principles of Fracture Management for Residents. Little Rock, 40. Course Faculty: 2004 Trauma Residents Course. Newport, Rhode Island. November 5-7, 41. Course Faculty: 2004 Trauma Update Course. New York, New York. December 3-4, 2004. Invited and/or Refereed Locally/Regionally: 1. Initial Management of Orthopaedic Injuries. Karges DE. Regional Osteopathic Trauma Conf, Oakland General Hospital, October, 1989. 2. Operative Treatment of Open Articular Fractures of the Os Calcis: Preliminary Results. Karges DE, Benirschke S, Sangeorzan B. Mich Ortho Soc Ann Summer Mtg, Mackinac Island, MI, June 1994.
PRESENTATIONS (Continued):
Invited and/or Refereed Locally/Regionally:
3. Application of a Complex External Fixator in the Treatment of Hindfoot Trauma. Poster
Presentation: Karges DE. Mich Ortho Soc Ann Summer Mtg. Mackinac Island, MI,
June, 1994.
4. Retrograde Intramedullary Nailing of Fractures of the Femoral Shaft: The Next Step.
Moed BR, Watson JT, Cramer KE, Karges DE. Mich Ortho Soc Ann Summer Mtg,
Louisville, KY, October 1997.
5. Karges DE, Cramer KE, Kapotas J: Immediate versus Delayed Operative Management
of Fractures of the Neck of the Talus. Mich Ortho Soc Ann Summer Mtg, Mackinac
Island, MI, June 1998.
6. Lis Franc and Calcaneal Fractures: Trauma of the Foot and Ankle Surgical Skills
Course; ACFAS, Rosemont, IL, March, 1999.
7. Calcaneal and Malleolar Fractures: The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.
A Meeting of the Minds. Chicago, IL, July, 1999.
8. Fractures of the Talus: Practical Techniques for Improved Fracture Management.
AAOS (OLC), Rosemont, IL, November, 1999.
9. Calcaneal Fractures: Operative vs. Non Operative Management. Practical Techniques
for Improved Fracture Management. AAOS OLC, Rosemont, IL, May, 2000
10. Lis Franc Joint Fracture Dislocation: Trauma of the Foot and Ankle. ACFAS,
Pittsburgh, PA, July, 2000.
11. Panel Discussions: Harborview Orthopaedic Alumni Scientific Symposium 2000.
Seattle, WA, July, 2000.
12. Calcaneal Fractures: Trauma Update Course. New York City, NY. December 1, 2001.
13. External Fixation in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Podiatry Institute and ACFAS, Chicago,
IL June 6-8, 2002.
14. Calcaneal Fractures: Podiatry Institute and ACFAS, Chicago, IL June 6-8, 2002.
15. Management of Infection in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Podiatry Institute and ACFAS,
Chicago, IL June 6-8, 2002.
16. Calcaneal Fractures: 2002 Trauma Update Course. New York, NY. December 14,
2002.

Invited Seminars or Lectures Presented:
1. Program Chairman: Current Concepts in Internal Fracture Fixation, Howmedica Fracture Course, Department of Orthopaedic Traumatology, Henry Ford Hospital, Ritz-Carlton, Dearborn, MI, June, 1994. 2. Course Faculty: Indications and Clinical Experience with Reamed vs Unreamed Tibial Nails, Current Concepts in Internal Fracture Fixation, Howmedica Fracture Course, Department of Orthopaedic Traumatology, Henry Ford Hospital, Ritz-Carlton, Dearborn, MI, June, 1994. PRESENTATIONS (Continued): Invited Seminars or Lectures Presented: 3. Course Faculty: Treatment of the Pilon Fracture Using the Ilizarov Method, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, October, 1994. 4. Course Faculty: AO/ASIF Orthopaedic Residents’ Basic Course, AO North America, 5. Lecturer: Ankle Fractures, AO/ASIF Orthopaedic Residents Basic Course; AO North 6. Course Faculty: Fractures of the Calcaneus and Injuries to the Tarsometatarsal Joints of the Foot, Zimmer Trauma Update, New York, December 8-9, 1996. 7. Course Faculty: AO/ASIF Orthopaedic Residents’ Basic Course, AO North America, 8. Guest Lecturer: Metaphysical Fractures of the Proximal Tibia, Botsford General Hospital Orthopedic Alumni Meeting, June 19, 1998. 9. Guest Lecturer: Retrograde Nailing of the Femur. Botsford General Hospital Orthopedic 10. Orthopaedic Grand Rounds at William Beaumont Hospital. Pilon Fractures. Royal Oak, 11. Guest Lecturer: Calcaneal and Ankle Fractures. University of Michigan, Taubman Center, Ann Arbor, MI, October 16, 1999. 12. Guest Lecturer: Ankle Fusions. COGMET – Michigan State University, East Lansing, 13. Guest Speaker: Variance of Pilon Fractures Associated with Sports Injuries. Lisfranc’s Fracture in the Athlete. COGMET - Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. September 13, 2000. 14. Guest Speaker: Lis Franc Fractures. DMC Podiatric Surgery – Current Updates In: Trauma Management. Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, MI. September 16, 2000. 15. Guest Lecturer: Residency Lecture Series: Ankle fractures and Lisfranc fracture dislocations. Huntington Podiatric Surgical Residency Program, Huntington, WV. March 24, 2001. 16. Guest Speaker: Ankle Fractures / Pilon, Midfoot fractures and Lisfranc fractures. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds, Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, MI. May 24, 2001. 17. Guest Lecturer: Core Trauma Lecture - Open Fracture and Compartment Syndrome. Wayne State University, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds, Detroit, MI. July 25, 2001. 18. Guest Lecturer: Wayne State University, Anatomy Lecture, Scott Hall, Detroit, MI. November 7 & 8, 2001.Guest Lecturer: External Fixators. Hutzel Hospital Podiatry Resident Lectures. Hutzel Hospital Auditorium, Detroit, MI. November 10, 2001. 19. Guest Speaker: Specialty Conference - The Foot. Wayne State University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds, Detroit, MI. November 21, 2001. 20. Guest Lecturer: Basic Science Lecture - Gross Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle. WSU Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds, Detroit, MI, May 8, 2002. PRESENTATIONS (Continued): Invited Seminars or Lectures Presented: 21. Guest Lecturer: Foot and Ankle Exam Emergencies. Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds. Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, MI, May 30, 2002. 22. Guest Lecturer: Trauma Lecture - Open Fractures and Compartment Syndrome. WSU Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds, Detroit, MI, July 24, 2002. 23. Guest Faculty: Hindfoot Reconstruction - malunion / union. The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita Grand Rounds. Wichita, KS, August 30, 2002. 24. Instructional Course Lecture: Subtrochanteric and Intertrochanteric Fractures of the Femur. AAOS 70th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 5–9, 2003. 25. Course Faculty: Calcaneal Fractures. 2003 Zimmer Pasadena Trauma Course, Pasadena, 26. Course Faculty: Calcaneal Fractures. 2003 Slack New York Trauma Update Course, 27. Course Faculty: Lower Extremity Trauma Update – Whistler, BC, Canada – February 28, 28. Annual Emergencies in Medicine Meeting – “Orthopaedic Emergencies and Pitfalls” Park City, Utah, February 29 thru March 5, 2004. 29. IAOS Spring Meeting – “Current Issues in Orthopaedic Surgery, Springfield, IL, May 8, 30. AO ASIF Fracture Management & Advanced Conversies in Fractures – Course Participant – Marco Island, FL. June 6 thru 11, 2004. 31. Harborview Scientific Symposium – Moderator “Spanning External Fixation – The Survival Tool for the Traumatologist: Pitfalls & Problems – Seattle, WA – July 16 & 17, 2004. 32. AO North America ASIF Fracture Management for Residents – Little Rock, AK – October 27-31, 2004. 33. 19th Annual Vail Ortho Symposium – Trauma Update “Malunion/Nonunion of the Hindfoot – Vail, CO January 20 thru 23, 2005. 34. Treatment of Options for Difficult Fractures: A New Technology Symposium – “Internal Fixation of the Upper Extremity” St. Louis, MO – March 19, 2005. 35. Masters Fracture Forum: Nonunion of the Hindfoot – Dana Pte, CA – April 27-30, 2005. 36. Orthopaedic Trauma Association – Fracture Management and Emergencies – St. Louis, 37. OTA Annual Meeting – Ottawa, Canada – October 19-22 38. OTA Resident’s Basic Course. TMT Injuries of the Midfoot, Ottawa, Canada 39. 2005 Zimmer Resident Program – Trauma Course – Pasadena, CA – November 4-6, 40. AO North America – Podiatric Comprehensive Course – Portland, OR – November 16- 41. 2005 Zimmer Resident Program – Trauma Course – NY, NY – December 4-6, 2005. 42. Healthstream/Zimmer 20th Annual Vail Orthopaedic Symposium – Vail, CO. – January 43. Masters Fracture Forum: Nonunion of the Humerus – Dana Pte, CA – April 27-30, 2006. 44. AO North America ASIF Advanced Course – Toronto, Canada November 14th-17th, 45. A.A.O.S. Annual Meeting San Diego, CA. February 14th-19th 2007 46. OTA Advanced Residents Course Chicago IL- March 30th -April 1st 2007 47. A.O. North America Operating Room Personnel Courses Principles and Advanced Branson Missouri -April 13th-14th 2007 48. OTA 23rd Annual Meeting Boston M.A.- October 19th-20th 2007 49. Basic Principles & Techniques of Operative Fracture Management Course for Residents - Salt Lake City Utah October 25th -28th 2007 50. A.O.BO.S. Standard Setting Committee Meeting Philadelphia PA- November 7th-9th 2007. 51. A.O. Courses Davos Switzerland -December 8th -16th 2007. 52. Co-Chair A.O. North America Basic Course- Houston, Tx. February 20th-23rd 2008 53. OTA 75th Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA.-March 5th-9th 2008 54. A.O. Visiting Professorship at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences- Grand Rounds, Little Rock Arkansas April 7th-8th 2008

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