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SPORTS MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP Dr. Anne Z. Hoch Professor Director – Women’s Sports Medicine Program Sports Medicine Center Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery.

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1 SPORTS MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP Dr. Anne Z. Hoch Professor Director – Women’s Sports Medicine Program Sports Medicine Center Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medical College of Wisconsin

2 INTRODUCTION l One year fellowship l PM&R/Primary Care sports medicine l ACGME approved

3 INTRODUCTION l Majority of training will be in the Sports Medicine Center l Opportunity to rotate on other services related to sports medicine and orthopaedics l Time and adequate support services available for research activities related to Sports Medicine

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5 HISTORY l 1994 – Family Medicine/Sports Medicine Fellowship (ACGME approved 1995) l 2000 – PM&R Sports Medicine Program l 2002 – Orthopaedic Upper Extremity Fellowship l 2004 – PM&R Sports Medicine Fellowship

6 CERTIFICATION l Accredited/ACGME PM&R Sports Medicine Fellowship (2009) - PASSOR approved l Open to board eligible graduates of ACGME accredited PM&R residency programs

7 SPORTS COVERAGE l Divine Savior Holy Angels High School - Training room (Wednesday afternoons 4:00-6:00 PM) - Volleyball, basketball and soccer (home games)

8 SPORTS COVERAGE l High school football -optional l LaFleur’s Gymnastics l Trinity Irish Dance

9 SPORTS COVERAGE l Milwaukee Ballet - 4-5x/year - Thursday evening performance l Speed skating (optional) - Carole S. Vetter, MD

10 EVENT COVERAGE l Milwaukee Wave Soccer -Carole S. Vetter, MD l Milwaukee Marathon - October 2011 l Cullen Run - February 2012

11 SPORTS FELLOWSHIP LECTURES l Tuesday & Thursdays (7:30 – 8:30 AM) l Includes - Journal club - Cases - Didactics (sports, EMG, spine, etc)

12 ORTHOPAEDIC LECTURES l Wednesday (7:00 – 9:00 AM) l Friday – Fracture Conference (6:30 AM) l Monday (1 st and 3 rd ) – MRI Conference l Monday (1 st and 3 rd ) – Surgical Indications

13 ACADEMICS l Research Methods Class - September – October 2011 - Thursdays 3:30 – 6:30 pm l Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology Course - August – December 2011 - Wednesdays 11:00 am – 1:00 pm l Resident EMG Didactic Lecture Series - August 2011 – May 2012 - Wednesdays 1:00 – 2:00 pm

14 CONFERENCES l AAPM&R Annual Assembly – Covered by Fellowship l AMSSM Annual Meeting – Covered by Fellowship

15 PRESENTATIONS l AMSSM/ACSM Annual Meeting - Abstracts due 11/01/11 and 12/01/11 l Present at PM&R and Orthopaedics Research Day - June 2012 l Sports Medicine Symposium - March 2012

16 LECTURES l Fellows conference/lecture - Case or lecture (6) throughout year l Required talks to public or local symposiums on sports medicine - Female Athlete Triad, ACL tears, PFPS - Number to be determined

17 FELLOWSHIP l Hired as a faculty member (Instructor) in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery l Salary – equal to PGY-5 resident l Days off - Vacation: 3 weeks - Sick time: 10 days - MCW holidays

18 ANNE Z. HOCH, DO l Professor, Depts of Orthopaedic Surgery and PM&R, MCW l Director, Women’s Sports Medicine Program, Froedtert/MCW l Education - BS, Marquette Univ. (1987) - DO, Michigan State (1992) - Residency, PM&R, MCW (1993-1996) - Fellowship, Sports Medicine, RIC (1996-1997) l Team Coverage - Divine Savior Holy Angels HS - Lefleurs gymnastics, Trinity Irish Dance - ISCorp bike and triathlon team

19 Megan Noon, MD l Co-Director PM&R Sports Medicine Fellowship l Assistant Professor Orthopaedic Surgery l Education - BS, Univ. MO Kansas City (2004) - MD, Univ. MO Kansas City (2005) - Residency, PM&R, Univ. MO Kansas City (2005-2009) - Fellowship, Sports Medicine, MCW (2010-2011) l Team Coverage – DSHA HS – LaFleur’s Gymnastics – Trinity Irish Dance

20 KEVIN WALTER, MD l Program Director, Pediatric & Adolescent Sports Medicine, CHW l Associate PM&R Fellowship Director l Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics, MCW Member, Children's Specialty Group l Education - BS, Univ. of Illinois (1993) - MD, Univ. of Illinois (1998) - Pediatric Residency, MCW/CHW (1998- 2001) - Pediatric Chief Resident, CHW (2001-2002) - PCSM Fellowship, Children’s Hospital of Akron (2002-2004)

21 CAROLE S. VETTER, MD l Associate Professor, Ortho Surgery l Residency Program Director, Ortho Surgery l Associate PM&R Sports Medicine Fellowship Director l Education – BS, Athletic Training, UW – Madison (1988) – MD, Medical College of WI (1993) – Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, MCW (1993- 1998) – Fellowship, Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Univ. of Utah (1998-1999) l Team Coverage – US Speed Skating – Milwaukee Wave/Wave United Professional Soccer – Wauwatosa West High School

22 Patrick Birmingham, MD l Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, MCW l Education – BA, College of Holy Cross (1999) – MD, Loyola University Chicago (2003) – Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, George Washington University (2003-2008) – Sports Medicine Fellowship, Hospital for Special Surgery, (09/2008-07/2009)

23 WILLIAM G. RAASCH, MD l Professor, Ortho Surgery, MCW l Education – BS, Marquette Univ. (1981) – MD, Univ. of Chicago (1986) – Residency, Ortho Surgery, Univ. of Chicago Hospitals (1987-1991) – Fellowship, Sports Medicine, Cleveland Clinical Foundation (1991-1992) l Team Coverage – Milwaukee Ballet – Milwaukee Brewers – Milwaukee Wave – Milwaukee MPS – Wisconsin Lutheran College – Wisconsin Lutheran High School

24 RICHARD M. MARKS, MD l Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, MCW l Director, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery l Education - BS, Haverford College (1982) - MD, Jefferson Medical College (1988) - Research Fellowship, Penn. Hospital- Rothman Institute (1989-1990) - Residency, Ortho Surgery, Thomas Jefferson Univ. Hospital (1990-1994) - Fellowship, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Union Memorial Hospital (1994-1995)

25 ROGER A. DALEY, MD, PHD l Associate Professor, Depts of Orthopaedic Surgery and Plastic Surgery, MCW l Education - BS, Adrian College (1973) - BS, State Univ. College Oneonta (1975) - PhD, State Univ. NY Buffalo (1982) - MD, State Univ. NY Buffalo (1985) - Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, Rhode Island Hospital (1987-1991) - Fellow, Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery, Rhode Island Hospital (1991-1992)

26 DAVID deDIANOUS, MD l Assistant Professor, PM&R, MCW l Education - BS, California State Univ. (1986) - MD, St. Louis Univ. School of Medicine (1996) - Residency, PM&R, MCW (1992- 1996) - Fellowship, Spine Medicine, Univ. of Pennsylvania (1996-1997)

27 JEFFREY SCHWAB, MD l Chairman, Orthopaedic Surgery l Education - BA, College of St. Thomas (1967) - MD, Univ. of Minn. School of Medicine (1971) - Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, MCW (1974-1978) - Fellowship, AO Trauma, Univ. Hospital Kantonsspital, Switzerland (1988)

28 TIMOTHY DILLINGHAM, MD l Chairman, Dept PM&R l Education - BS, University of Idaho (1982) - MD, University of Washington School of Med (1986) - MS, University of Washington (1990) - Residency, PM&R, University of Washington (1987-1990)

29 JACQUELINE WERTSCH, MD l Professor, Dept PM&R l Electromyography Fellowship Program Director l Education - BS, Univ. of Wisconsin (1969) - MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania (1974) - Resident, Family Practice, Univ. of Illinois (1974-1975) - Resident, PM&R Northwestern Univ. Medical Center (1978-1980) - Fellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology, MCW (1980-1981)

30 David Harder, PhD l Professor, Depts Physiology, Medicine and Pediatrics l Associate Dean for Research l Research Career Scientist l Education - BS, Univ. of Wisconsin (1972) - MS, Physiology, MCW (1975) - PhD, Biophysics, MCW (1976)

31 Paula Papanek, PhD, MPT, FACSM l Associate Professor, Marquette University l Director of Exercise Science, Marquette University l Education – BS, University of Louisville (1981) – MS, University of Louisville (1984) – PhD, University of Florida (1989) – MPT, Marquette University (1999)

32 DAVID GUTTERMAN, MD l Senior Associate Dean for Research l Professor, Depts Medicine, Physiology, Epidemiology and Pharmacology l Northwestern Mutual Professor of Medicine l Education - BA, Univ. of North Carolina (1976) - MD, Univ. of North Carolina (1980) - Resident, Internal Medicine, Univ. of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (1980-1982) - Fellow, Cardiovascular Diseases, Univ. of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (1982-1983) - Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, Univ. of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (1983-1984) - Fellow-Associate, Cardiovascular Diseases, Univ. of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (1984-1986)

33 Nicole Fasules, RD, CD, CSSD l Sports Medicine Dietitian l Education - BS, Dietetics, Mount Mary College (1999) l Background - Founder, Owner of Way of Life Nutrition & Fitness (2001) - Consultant Dietitian for Wauwatosa Health Dept - Consultant Dietitian for Wellness Solutions, Inc - Consultant Dietitian for Coca Cola

34 Becky Kohl, DPT l Physical Therapist, Sports Medicine Center, Froedtert l Inpatient PT, West Allis Memorial Hospital l Interval Training Instructor, WAC l Education – BS, UW Milwaukee (2004) – DPT, Marquette University (2007)

35 Ariane Smith Machin, PhD l Psychologist/Sport Psychologist l Eduction – BA, Franklin & Marshall College (2000) – MA, University of Minnesota (2002) – Pre-doctoral Internship, University of Delaware (2007-2008) – PhD, University of North Texas (2008) – Post-doctoral Fellowship: University of Wisconsin-Madison (2008-2009)

36 CLINIC SCHEDULE MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday AM Sports - Birmingham Sports – HochEMGSports – HochInjections - deDianous PM Ped Sports – Walter Sports - Vetter Fellows’ Clinic Ortho Hand - Daley Sports – Noon Eve DSHA Training Room 4pm Gymnastics 6pm Irish Dance 5pm *Flexible schedule in general

37 Anne Z. Hoch, DOMegan Noon, MDKevin Walter, MD Carole S. Vetter, MDPatrick Birmingham, MD SPORTS FACULTY

38 ORTHOPAEDIC FACULTY l Roger Daley, MD l Richard Marks, MD l Radiology

39 SPECIALTY FACULTY l David deDianous, MD – Spine – Interventional procedures l Jacqueline Wertsch, MD – EMG – Anatomy and Kinesiology

40 Research Faculty l David Gutterman, MD l David Harder, PhD l Paula Papanek, PhD, MPT, FACSM

41 Current Research Milwaukee Ballet l Disordered eating – EDE-Q – Food Records l Amenorrhea – Blood Work – Questionnaires l Osteoporosis – DXA l Endothelial dysfunction – US technique l Folic Acid l Cardiac ECHO

42 PRIOR FELLOWS l John Stavrakos, MD – 2005-2006 – The South Bend Clinic, South Bend, IN l Sophia Lal, DO – 2006-2007 – University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL l Heather Havlik, MD – 2007-2008 – Charlotte Sports Medicine, Charlotte, NC l Stacey Lynch, MD – 2008-2009 – Private Practice, Milwaukee, WI – MSK US available l Megan Noon, MD – 2009-2010 – Joined Sports Medicine Staff – Assistant Professor Orthopaedic Surgery – Co-Director Sports Medicine Fellowship l Karie Zach, MD – 2010-2011 (Current Fellow)

43 PM&R Sports Medicine Program Thank you!


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