Orthopaedic Summit 2017 - Faculty Details

 

Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH

Albert Einstein College of Medicine
New York, NY UNITED STATES

DR. KEVIN D. PLANCHER earned his Bachelor’s degree in chemistry and biochemistry from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. He then went on to earn his Master’s in Science in Physiology and Doctorate in Medicine from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Dr. Plancher completed his residency at Harvard University’s Combined Orthopaedic program. He then went on to complete two post-graduate fellowships, the first at The Indiana Hand Center focusing on hand and microvascular surgery. The second was at the world-renowned Steadman-Hawkins Clinic, focusing on sports medicine and reconstruction of the shoulder and knee. Dr. Plancher lectures globally on issues related to orthopaedic procedures and sports injury management. He most recently chaired the “Orthopaedic Summit in Evolving Techniques”, a national conference attended by over 550 orthopaedic and sports medicine physicians in an effort to teach evolving techniques and treatments in sports medicine. Dr. Plancher is a Clinical Professor in Orthopaedics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and is a member of many prestigious national and international societies and associations, and is a founding member for the Educational Enhancement Fund of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Dr. Plancher is a leading orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine expert with extensive knowledge in knee, shoulder, elbow, and hand injuries. He specializes in treating anterior cruciate ligament tears and shoulder injuries, which he sees frequently as a physician for the U.S. Ski Team and former Head Team Physician for Manhattanville College and League Physician for Major League Lacrosse. His minimally invasive procedures include: partial knee replacements, arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs, arthroscopic Bankart repairs, and endoscopic elbow release for severe tennis elbow. He also specializes in total and reverse shoulder, and knee replacements. Dr. Plancher developed the arthroscopic technique for releasing a nerve for posterior shoulder pain. He has a keen interest in adolescent sports injuries and injury prevention for young female athletes. In addition, Dr. Plancher is the Fellowship Director of an ACGME accredited sports medicine program in NYC and CT. In 2001, he founded “The Orthopaedic Foundation for Active Lifestyles,” a non-profit 501 (c) (3) foundation focused on maintaining and enhancing the physical well-being of active individuals through the development and promotion of research and supporting technologies. OFALS runs health-education seminars for individuals with arthritis; sports injury prevention; and rehabilitation for “weekend warriors.” His campaign, “Educating our Kids for a Pain Free Tomorrow” brings young scholars to the Foundation’s BioSkills lab for the “Doctor for the Day” program where they operate on synthetic limbs and use simulated surgical techniques. The foundation also participates in clinical trials, and Dr. Plancher serves as principal investigator in a five-year study involving cartilage replacement.
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12/6/2017
06:50 - 06:55
Concurrent: Trauma - Renoir 1 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/6/2017
06:50 - 06:55
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 Welcome and Introduction

Chair
12/6/2017
08:24 - 08:25
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 Complications in Cartilage Surgery
Lecture
International Honored Professor Award Presentation - João Espregueira-Mendes, MD, PhD
Faculty
12/6/2017
08:46 - 08:47
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 The Patella
Lecture
International Honored Professor Award Presentation - Moises Cohen, MD, PhD
Presenter
12/6/2017
08:53 - 08:54
Concurrent: Trauma - Renoir 1 Femoral Shaft Fractures
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - Andrew Burgess, MD
Presenter
12/6/2017
08:57 - 08:58
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 The Patella
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Hollis Potter, MD
Presenter
12/6/2017
10:26 - 10:27
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 Biologics and the New Frontier
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Lisa Fortier, DVM, PhD
Presenter
12/6/2017
13:30 - 13:35
Concurrent: Foot & Ankle - Renoir 1 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/6/2017
15:10 - 15:11
General Session: Knee Sports - Bellagio 5-7 Anterior Cruciate Ligament
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - Walter Shelton, MD
Presenter
12/6/2017
15:15 - 15:16
Concurrent: Foot & Ankle - Renoir 1 Honored Professor Corner
Lecture
International Honored Professor Award Presentation - C. Niek Van Dijk, MD, PhD
Presenter
12/7/2017
06:50 - 06:55
Advanced Practitioner - Cezanne 2 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/7/2017
06:50 - 06:55
Concurrent: Trauma - Renoir 1 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/7/2017
06:50 - 06:55
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 Welcome and Introduction

Chair
12/7/2017
07:49 - 07:50
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 Complications Post TKA
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Douglas Dennis, MD
Faculty
12/7/2017
09:13 - 09:14
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 The Great Debates - British Style!
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - Douglas Padgett, MD
Presenter
12/7/2017
10:24 - 10:39
Advanced Practitioner - Cezanne 2 Cartilage
Lecture
Guest Surgeon Lecture: Orthobiolgics: The Future of Orthopaedics for Articular Cartilage Defects of the Knee
Presenter
12/7/2017
10:53 - 10:54
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 Evolving Trends in Knee Arthroplasty
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - John Callaghan, MD
Presenter
12/7/2017
13:30 - 13:35
Concurrent: Foot & Ankle - Renoir 1 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/7/2017
14:29 - 14:30
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 The Young Patient, Controversy & The Battle Ground
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Adolph Lombardi Jr, MD
Faculty
12/7/2017
14:48 - 14:54
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 The Young Patient, Controversy & The Battle Ground
Lecture
Pro: Lateral Unicondylar Arthroplasty Makes the Difference & Return to Sport
Presenter
12/7/2017
14:54 - 15:04
General Session: Knee Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 The Young Patient, Controversy & The Battle Ground
Panel
Case Presentations with Questions and Answers
Faculty
12/8/2017
06:50 - 06:55
General Session: Shoulder Arthroplasty - Bellagio 5-7 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/8/2017
07:00 - 07:05
Advanced Practitioner - Cezanne 2 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/8/2017
07:00 - 07:05
Concurrent: Hip Arthroplasty - Renoir 1 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/8/2017
10:55 - 10:56
Advanced Practitioner - Cezanne 2 The Foot & Ankle
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Michael Coughlin, MD
Presenter
12/8/2017
13:40 - 13:45
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/8/2017
15:02 - 15:03
General Session: Shoulder - Bellagio 5-7 Anterior Instability
Lecture
International Honored Professor Award Presentation - Andreas Imhoff, MD, PhD
Presenter
12/8/2017
16:17 - 16:18
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 Cervical Spine, Continued
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - John Heller, MD
Presenter
12/8/2017
16:37 - 16:38
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 Cervical Spine, Continued
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Akihito Minamide, MD, PhD
Presenter
12/9/2017
06:50 - 06:55
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/9/2017
06:50 - 06:55
Fellow & Resident - Renoir 1 Fellow & Resident
Lecture
Welcome & Introduction
Presenter
12/9/2017
07:00 - 07:05
Advanced Practitioner - Cezanne 2 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/9/2017
07:00 - 07:05
General Session: Shoulder - Bellagio 5-7 Welcome & Introduction

Chair
12/9/2017
08:25 - 08:31
Fellow & Resident - Renoir 1 Fellow & Resident
Paper
Paper 16: Allograft Bone-Patellar Tendon-Bone (BPTB) Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Patients <30 Years: Part I
Author
12/9/2017
09:12 - 09:13
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 The Lumbar Spine: Complications in Young and Old
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Richard Herzog, MD, FACR
Presenter
12/9/2017
09:16 - 09:23
General Session: Shoulder - Bellagio 5-7 Snapping Scapula Syndrome: It's Painful - Time for Us All to Learn, Pay Attention!
Lecture
Evolving Technique: Wrong Diagnosis! Suprascapular Nerve Compression – Release the Nerve With the Scope
Presenter
12/9/2017
10:21 - 10:22
Concurrent: Spine - Renoir 2 Lumbar Spine Surgery and Beyond
Lecture
Honored Professor Award Presentation - Peter Newton, MD
Presenter
12/9/2017
10:26 - 10:27
General Session: Shoulder - Bellagio 5-7 PRP, Biologics and the Future: Facts and Fiction That Help You and Your Patients
Lecture
Distinguished Professor Award Presentation - Steven Arnoczky, DVM
Presenter
12/9/2017
12:04 - 12:08
Fellow & Resident - Renoir 1 Fellow & Resident
Special Presentation
Presentation of Awards
Chair

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