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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

25 ROGER A. DALEY, MD, PHD Associate Professor, Depts of Orthopaedic Surgery and Plastic Surgery, MCW 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 ( ) Fellow, Hand, Upper Extremity & Microvascular Surgery, Rhode Island Hospital ( )

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

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

28 TIMOTHY DILLINGHAM, MD Chairman, Dept PM&R 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 ( )

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

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

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

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

33 Nicole Fasules, RD, CD, CSSD
Sports Medicine Dietitian Education BS, Dietetics, Mount Mary College (1999) 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 Physical Therapist, Sports Medicine Center, Froedtert
Inpatient PT, West Allis Memorial Hospital Interval Training Instructor, WAC Education BS, UW Milwaukee (2004) DPT, Marquette University (2007)

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

36 CLINIC SCHEDULE Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday AM PM Eve
Sports - Birmingham Sports – Hoch EMG Injections - 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 SPORTS FACULTY Anne Z. Hoch, DO Megan Noon, MD Kevin Walter, MD
Carole S. Vetter, MD Patrick Birmingham, MD

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

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

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

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

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

43 Thank you! PM&R Sports Medicine Program


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