Dr. Griffin was honored to serve as faculty at the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons 2018 Annual Meeting
Dr. Griffin was honored to serve as faculty at the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons 2018 Annual Meeting, an elected society of the world’s experts in shoulder surgery. A unique and incredibly inspirational presidential address delivered by international Shoulder Professor, mentor and dear friend Dr. Anthony Romeo, Chief of Rothman Orthopaedics New York preceded by a special night on the Odyssey Chicago River with many of the fathers of modern shoulder surgery.
Dr Griffin is honored to be a part a unique lineage and such an incredible meeting. Dr. Griffin moderated a session on Complex cases in Reverse Shoulder Surgery with Dr. Mark Frankle, Dr. John Sperling from Mayo Clinic, Dr. Thomas Wright from Florida and Dr. Gohlke from Germany.
Dr Griffin was honored to be chosen as faculty for this years MidAtlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society Meeting #MASES
Dr Griffin was honored to be chosen as faculty for this years MidAtlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society Meeting #MASES in Washington DC alongside shoulder giants Mark Frankle, developer of the modern reverse shoulder replacement, Russ Warren, Gerry Williams, Joe Abboud, Joe Zuckerman and Anthony Romeo. A fantastic meeting and worldwide faculty fully focused on Advances in shoulder Surgery.
Dr. Griffin recently took part in the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) 2018 Annual Meeting in Chicago
Dr. Griffin recently took part in the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) 2018 Annual Meeting in Chicago, the world’s preeminent arthroscopic surgery meeting of which he is an active member and regularly serves as faculty for techniques based courses.
Dr. Griffin’s mentors at Rush, Dr. Verma and Dr. Brian Cole offered excellent technical pearls in live shoulder surgery scenarios and Dr. Griffin’s esteemed partner at Jordan-Young, Kevin F. Bonner, MD, FAAOS delivered expertise
on treatment of meniscal root injuries. This summer Dr. Griffin will serve as instructor for the first annual Shoulder Fellows Course for AANA to teach techniques to new specialists in shoulder surgery.”
Dr. Griffin served as invited faculty for the Shoulder Summit in Naples Florida
Dr. Griffin served as invited faculty for the Shoulder Summit in Naples Florida instructing approximately 100 surgeons in the latest cutting edge techniques in modern shoulder surgery. This is the third annual course which is high demand for its education quality by practicing surgeons and hand on lab. Dr. Griffin gave a presentation on Managing Labral tears in Overhead Athletes, served a panelist in Complex Shoulder Cases and instructed surgeons in the lab on advanced surgical techniques.
Dr. Griffin pictured here presenting to visiting surgeons on the latest techniques in Managing Labral Pathology in Overhead Athletes
Dr. Griffin pictured here speaking along with panelists Drs. Reuben Gobezie, Evan Lederman and Anthony Romeo, answering audience questions on updates in shoulder surgery.
At the recent Annual Meeting of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons
#ASES held in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 12-14, 2017, Dr. Griffin was elected to the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons making him the first surgeon in Hampton Roads to receive this honor and the only member of ASES.
Membership in ASES is a privilege and an honor. Only orthopaedic surgeons who have completed a fellowship in shoulder surgery are considered for membership. Candidates must meet strict academic and clinical requirements to become members of ASES. Membership in American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, which has approximately 700 worldwide members, is by invitation only.
European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (SECEC)
This month in Berlin Germany, surgeons from around the globe came together at the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (SECEC). Dr. Griffin's team's research on "Latissimus Repair in Elite and Professional Baseball Players" was presented showing a high level of return to play.
Additionally, their research on reverse shoulder surgery and the influence of prior surgery on outcomes was selected for presentation.
AOSSM Annual Meeting in Toronto
Dr. Justin Griffin recently served as faculty at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) Annual Meeting in Toronto. Along withsurgeons Dr. Romeo, Cole, Frank and Verma, he and his team were selected to present their research focused on “Long Term Outcomes of Microfracture inthe Shoulder” as well as research on “Patella Dislocations”.
Dr. Griffin was also selected to serve as faculty to lead a poster tour of the meetings research.
- Frank RM, Meyer MA, Poland S, Leroux T, Griffin JW, Hannon CP, Verma NN, Romeo AA, Cole BJ. Long-Term Clinical Outcomes after Microfracture ofthe Glenohumeral Joint: Minimum 7-year Follow-Up. Podium Presenation. American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2017. Toronto, Canada.
- Burrus MT, Kurkis GM, Conte EJ, Griffin JW, Werner BC, Hart JM, Diduch DR. Equivalent Outcomes for Patients Following Trochleoplasty as a Primary or Revision Patellar Stabilizing Procedure. Poster Presentation at the American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2017. Toronto, Canada.
- Burrus MT, Cancienne JM, Kurkis GM, Carstensen SE, Griffin JW, Diduch DR. Trochleoplasty is a Viable Option for Patellar Instability in Patients with Severe Trochlear Dysplasia: Early Outcomes Analysis of the US Experience. Poster Presentation at the American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 2017. Toronto, Canada.
Canadian Orthopaedic Association Shoulder Research Presented:
Dr. Griffin and colleagues recent shoulder research was selected and presented at the Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA) Annual Meeting in Ottawa Canada to hundreds of international orthopaedic surgeons in attendance. Topics included arthroscopic rotator cuff and advances in shoulder replacement outcomes including outpatient shoulder replacement safety.
- Complication, Reoperation, and Readmission Rates Following Rotator Cuff Repair: A Comparative Study of Open Versus Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair. Podium Presenation. Leroux T, Basques BA, Frank RM, Griffin JW, Verma NN, Romeo AA.
- Outpatient Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Population-Based Study Comparing Adverse Event and Readmission Rates to Inpatient Total Shoulder Arthroplasty. Podium Presentation. Leroux TS, Basques B, Frank RM, Griffin JW, Nicholson GP, Cole BJ, Romeo AA, Verma NN.
- Thirty and Ninety-Day Readmission Following Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Critical Analysis of Rate, Risk and Reason for Readmission. Podium Presentation. Griffin JW, Basques B, Leroux TS, Frank RM, Verma NN, Romeo, AA.
- Preoperative Narcotic Use Among Patients Undergoing Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: An Analysis of Trends and Influence on Post-Operative Length of Stay, Complications, and Readmission. Podium Presentation. Leroux TS, Basques B, Griffin JW, Frank RM, Cole BJ, Verma NN, Romeo AA.
Annual Sports Medicine Lecture Series: "Decision Making to Optimize Outcomes in Shoulder Surgery."
Justin W Griffin, MD and Kevin F.Bonner, MD presented to over 170 attendees at Regent University Founder’s Inn as faculty for this event June 8, 2017.
AANA Annual Meeting 2017
How does having prior arthroscopic shoulder influence shoulder replacement? Dr. Griffin and colleagues recent research was presented on this topic at the Arthroscopy Association of North America’s (AANA) Annual Meeting in Denver CO to thousands of surgeons and practitioner’s in attendance.
Does Prior Shoulder Surgery Negatively Impact Shoulder Arthroplasty Outcomes? Podium Presenation. Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting 2017. Denver, Colorado. Frank RM, Lee S, Griffin JW, Cole BJ, Verma NN, Nicholson GP, Romeo AA.
This research discovered valuable information regarding shoulder surgery and will be published soon.
Arthroscopy 2017 International Meeting Shoulder Instability Research Presentation
Dr. Griffin and colleagues research focused on shoulder instability outcomes was selected for presentation to thousands of surgeons. The research looked closely at complication rates after Latarjet Bone (coracoid) transfer surgery versus and arthroscopic approach and will be published soon.
The OREF/CCJR award recognizes scientific achievement and clinical relevance through investigations that focus on health care policy, clinical outcomes, or translational research that have immediate clinical impact in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Dr. Griffin’s shoulder research looking at how prior surgery influences patient outcomes was chosen this year for this prestigious award.
"Does Prior Shoulder Surgery Negatively Impact Shoulder Arthroplasty Outcomes? 2017 OREF/CCJR Clinical Practice Award."
Dr. Griffin presents his latest research at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in San Diego.
Dr. Justin Griffin attended the 2017 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) in San Diego, California from March14-18. As an active member of AAOS, Dr. Griffin was selected to present his research on multiple topics in shoulder surgery and sports medicine. Over the course of four days, Dr. Griffin had 6 podium presentations, and delivered 3 of them personally to hundreds of other Orthopaedic Surgeons in attendance.
His topics included his latest research on “Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Tears”, “Biceps Tenodesis in Overhead Athletes”, “Outpatient Shoulder Replacement”, and “How Prior Shoulder Surgery Influences Outcomes in Shoulder Replacement.” In addition, he had two Scientific Exhibits, one focused on the “Treatment of Large Cartilage Defects.” He presented at Specialty day with several of the world’s leading shoulder experts including Dr. Jimmy Andrews and Matthew Provencher.
- Nicholson G, Griffin JW, Kupfer N, O’Donnell PO, Thorsness R, VirkM. Glenoid Bone Grafting in Reverse Total Shoulder: Graft Size andPosition Classification. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, SanDiego, Podium Presentation.
- Griffin JW, Cvetanovich G, Kim J, Leroux TS, Bach BR, Cole BJ, Nicholson G, Verma NN, Romeo, AA. Biceps Tenodesis is a Viable Option for Management of Biceps Tendinopathy in Patients Less than 25 years of age. American Academy of Orthpaedic Surgeons/American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Specialty Day (AOSSM). San Diego, Podium Presentation.
- Frank RM, Lee S, Griffin JW, Cole BJ, Verma NN, Nicholson GP, RomeoAA. Does Prior Shoulder Surgery Negatively Impact Shoulder Arthroplasty Outcomes? AAOS 2017 Annual Meeting. March 15, 2017. San Diego, CA. PodiumPresentation.
- Basques BA, Erickson BJ, Leroux T, Griffin JW, Frank RM, Verma NN, Romeo AA. Outpatient versus Inpatient Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: Analysis of the Medicare Dataset. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2017 Annual Meeting: March 14-18, San Diego, CA. Podium Presentation.
- Leroux T, Basques BA, Frank RM, Griffin JW, Verma NN, Romeo AA. A population-Based Study Comparing Trends in Utilization and Complications Following Open and Arthroscopic Long Head of Biceps Tenodesis. AAOS 2017 Annual Meeting. March 15, 2017. San Diego, CA. Podium Presentation.
- Leroux T, Basques BA, Frank RM, Griffin JW, Romeo AA, Verma NN. Complication, Reoperation, and Readmission Rates Following Rotator Cuff Repair: A Comparative Study of Open Versus Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. San Diego, Podium Presentation.