Programação Preliminar

 Salão
Vitória
Salão Fonte Grande BSalão Santo Antônio ASalão Santo Antônio B
 Atividade       
08:00Entrega de Material       
09:00Pré-CongressoPré-Congresso  09:00Pré-Congresso09:00Pré-Congresso
12:00Almoço 12:00Almoço12:00Almoço12:00Almoço
14:00Mesa RedondaManguito Rotador14:00Temas Livres13:30XXIV Congresso Latino Americano
de Cirurgia de Ombro e Cotovelo
13:30IV Congresso Brasileiro de
Reabilitação de Ombro e Cotovelo
14:40Mesa RedondaBiceps14:40     
15:30Palestra
Internacional
The Long head of the biceps tendon –
where are we now? Matthew T. Provencher
15:30     
15:45Palestra
Internacional
SLAP lesion: how we manage –
Teruhisa Mihata
15:45     
16:00Palestra
Internacional
Partial-thickness rotator cuff tears in
baseball players – Teruhisa Mihata
16:00     
16:15Palestra
Internacional
Instability in a Massive Rotator Cuff Tear
– Daniel Moya
16:15     
16:30Palestra
Internacional
How to exam a painful shoulder
– Christian Gerber
16:30     
16:45Painel 16:45     
17:05Intervalo 17:05     
17:25Palestra
Internacional
Rotator Cuff Tear and Repair:
Biomechanical Perspective – Thay Q Lee
17:25     
17:40Palestra
Internacional
Rotator cuff tears – what to do with
young patients and larger/massive tears
– Matthew T. Provencher
17:40     
17:55Palestra
Internacional
Superior capsule reconstruction:
more than 10-years experience – Teruhisa Mihata
17:55     
18:10Palestra
Internacional
Arthroscopic Latissimus Dorsi transfer
– Giuseppe Porcellini
18:10     
18:25Palestra
Internacional
Why does the rotator cuff fail – Christian Gerber18:25     
18:40Painel 18:40     
19:00Abertura 19:00     
         
 Salão VitóriaSalão Santo Antônio ASalão Santo Antônio B
 AtividadeCURSO INSTABILIDADE CURSO MANGUITO ROTADOR CURSO METODOLOGIA CIENTÍFICA I
08:00 Dicas técnicas para realizar um bom
reparo labral artroscópico
08:00Fatores associados a cicatrização
do manguito rotador
08:00Tipos de
Estudos Clínicos
08:10 Como abordar as perdas ósseas
subcríticas na instabilidade do
ombro do atleta?
08:10A melhor opção é a reinserção
medial do manguito?
08:10Tipos de
Estudos Experimentais
08:20 Lesão panlabral:
Quando fixar e como fixar?
08:20O que fazer com os tendões
retraídos e de má qualidade?
08:20Principais
Vieses
08:30 Falhou a cirurgia de Latarjet:
e agora?
08:30Como melhorar a mecânica da
fixação do manguito rotador
08:30Método de
Busca em Base de Dados
08:40 Tratamento da Instabilidade
multidirecional do ombro
08:40Novas técnicas nas lesões
irreparáveis do manguito rotador
08:40Guidelines
08:50Perguntas 08:50Perguntas08:50Perguntas
09:20Mesa RedondaInstabilidade Crônica09:00Temas Livres09:00Temas Livres
10:00Mesa RedondaInstabilidade no Atleta    
10:40Palestra
Internacional
Understanding Glenohumeral
Instability – Biomechanical Perspective
– Thay Q Lee
    
10:55Palestra
Internacional
Arthroscopic shoulder instability
treatment – state of the art in 2020.
Matthew T. Provencher
    
11:10Palestra
Internacional
Treatment of anterior shoulder
dislocation – The Latarjet Procedure –
Christian Gerber
    
11:25Palestra
Internacional
Shoulder instability with bone loss
– how to handle in 2020?
Matthew T. Provencher
    
11:40Painel     
12:00Almoço     
14:00Mesa RedondaArtroplastia Anatômica    
14:40Palestra
Internacional
     
14:55Mesa RedondaArtroplastia Reversa13:30XXIV Congresso Latino Americano de
Cirurgia de Ombro e Cotovelo
14:00IV Congresso Brasileiro de
Reabilitação de Ombro e Cotovelo
15:35Intervalo     
16:00Palestra
Internacional
TSA – Stemless implants is
this the future? Matthew T. Provencher
    
16:15Palestra
Internacional
The future of Anatomic
Shoulder Replacement – Christian Gerber
    
16:30Palestra
Internacional
Conversao de Anatomica para Reversa
– Giuseppe Porcellini
    
16:45Painel     
17:00Palestra
Internacional
Current concept of glenoid
replacements – Christian Gerber
    
17:15Palestra
Internacional
Manejo de defectos glenoideos en
la artroplastia inversa de hombro. Samuel Antuña
    
17:30Palestra
Internacional
RTSA – what augments and 3D
Planning have done to improve outcomes
– Matthew T.
Provencher
    
17:45Painel     
18:00Assembléia da
SBCOC
     
       
 Salão VitóriaSalão Santo Antônio ASalão Santo Antônio B
08:00 CURSO ARTROPLASTIA CURSO COTOVELO CURSO METODOLOGIA CIENTÍFICA II
08:10 Como planejar e abordar a glenoide
na prótese anatômica?
08:00Cotovelo rígido pós traumático:
quando e como abordar
08:00How to critically read
the literature
08:20 Como planejar e abordar
a glenoide na prótese reversa?
08:10Abordagem das lesões neurológicas
traumáticas do cotovelo
08:10Ferramentas digitais:
coletas de dados
08:30 Como planejar e abordar o
úmero nas próteses anatômica e reversa?
08:20Prevenindo as complicações
na tríade terrível do cotovelo
08:20Desmistificando a estatística
08:40 Limites da prótese anatômica
nos dias de hoje
08:30Fratura do 1/3 distal do
úmero com perda óssea
08:30Financiamento de Pesquisa
08:50PerguntasFratura proximal do úmero –
qual prótese usar ? Dicas x truques x resultados
08:40Revisão da Artroplastia
total do cotovelo
08:40How to write manuscript for JSES
09:20Mesa Redonda 08:50Perguntas08:50Perguntas
10:00Mesa RedondaFraturas 1/3 Proximal do Úmero09:00Temas Livres09:00IV Congresso Brasileiro de Reabilitação
de Ombro e Cotovelo
10:40Palestra
Internacional
Fratura 1/3 Distal do Úmero    
10:55Palestra
Internacional
Elbow Arthroscopy
– Giuseppe Porcellini
    
11:10Palestra
Internacional
Artroplastia en Fracturas de cabeza radial:
¿ es un procedimiento fiable? Samuel Antuña
    
11:25Palestra
Internacional
Fracturas de coronoides,
¿ cuándo debo operarlas? Samuel Antuña
    
11:40PainelReverse Total Shoulder Replacement
for Fractures Christian Gerber
    
12:00Encerramento     
     13:00Encerramento
08:00 - 10:00 MESA REDONDA: FRATURA DE OMBRO
08:00-10:00 Palestrante - HOMOLOGAÇÃO ITARGET - CE
08:00-09:00 TEMA 1
Palestrante - HOMOLOGAÇÃO ITARGET - CE
09:00-10:00 TEMA 2
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Thay Q Lee, PhD

Brief Bio

CHIEF Scientist & Director of Research
Congress Medical Foundation, Pasadena, CA USA
Professor and Vice Chairman Emeritus
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, Irvine

Dr. Lee received his undergraduate degree at University of California, San Diego at Revelle College with a BS in Bioengineering. He then obtained his MS in Applied Mechanics at University of California, San Diego. He received his PhD in Biomaterials from Gothenburg University in Sweden.

He joined the Department of Veterans Affairs and University of California, Irvine in 1987 and established an Orthopaedic Biomechanics Laboratory based at the VA Long Beach Healthcare System.  In addition to establishing a highly productive state of the art orthopaedic biomechanics research program, he consistently moved up the ranks at the VA and the University of California.  Dr. Lee held a rank of Professor Step VI and served as the Vice-Chair for Research and Academic Affairs in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at University of California, Irvine.   He also held a title of Senior Research Career Scientist with the Department of Veterans Affairs RR&D.

After 30 years in Academics, Dr. Lee moved his entire staff and laboratory to Pasadena, California to join Congress Medical Foundation.  Dr. Lee is continuing his work in orthopaedic biomechanics while focusing on innovation and education according to academic standards.

Throughout his career, the primary contribution of Dr. Lee has been the development of research methods and models to biomechanically evaluate shoulder and other joints.  His honors and awards are too numerous to detail but of note is that he is a two time “Neer Award” winner which is the most prestigious award given by the American Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons.

In addition to mentoring students and residents, Dr. Lee has advised over 100 post-doctoral fellows, many developing into well recognized leaders in orthopaedics and holding prominent positions in professional subspecialty societies, as well as at their academic institutions both nationally and internationally.

Dr. Lee serves a leadership role in many professional societies and organizations.  Most notably, he is a scientific member in the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) currently serving as Chair of the Research Committee.  Dr. Lee serves as the Deputy Editor for Basic Science for the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and an International Editor for the Clinics in Orthopaedic Surgery.  He serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Journal of Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Clinical Biomechanics, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, Journal of Biomechanics, Annals of Biomedical Engineering and many others.

Dr. Lee also served in numerous government and non-profit organizations as a Grant Reviewer including the VA Rehabilitation Merit Review, the NIH, the Extremity War Trauma Foundation/ Airlift Foundation, the Swiss National Science Foundation, and the National Sciences Engineering Research Panel.

Dr. Lee has published over 250 peer reviewed manuscripts in orthopaedic biomechanics.  He continues to lecture widely both nationally and internationally. He is a retired sworn peace officer of Orange County, California and enjoys surfing, hunting, fishing and playing recreational sports.