Seminar Agenda

March 16, 2021 at 8AM – 1PM

8:00 – 8:15
Welcome & Platform Instruction
Sue Solebello, RN

8:15 – 9:15
“Current Concepts of Shoulder Instability”
Christopher Spagnuola, MD, FAAOS

  • Evaluation and management of shoulder dislocations
  • Review of physical therapy for shoulder instability
  • Understanding of the current concepts of surgical management of shoulder instability, and to understand when arthroscopic or open shoulder is necessary
  • Understanding when return to work is appropriate after traumatic shoulder dislocations treated surgically and non-surgically

9:15 – 10:15
“Advantages of Direct Anterior Approach for Hip Replacement”
Bert Parcells, MD

  • Show how anterior approach for hip replacement avoid muscle damage to promote rapid recovery
  • Demonstrate how joint replacement surgery is now becoming outpatient surgery and reduces cost
  • Identify the biggest issues surrounding joint replacement surgery in workers compensation patients

10:15 – 10:30 – Break vendor rooms open

10:30 – 11:30
CRPS: Understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome causes, pathology and innovative treatment with live case study
Charles Daknis, MD & Keiron Greaves, MD

  • Understanding different types of CRPS type 1 vs Type 2 and sympathetically maintained pain vs non sympathetically maintained and injuries associated with development of disorder
  • Understanding the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system involvement in CRPS 1&2 as well as the natural history of the disease
  • Understanding goals of available treatment including occupational and physical therapy as well as interventional treatments discharge as sympathetic blockade and Neuro modulation and pharmacotherapy

11:30 – 12:30 
Robotics in Spine Surgery
Grigory Goldberg, MD FAAOS

  • Advantages of Robotic Surgery
  • Future of Robotic Surgery
  • Spinal Applications for Robotic Surgery

12:30 – Evaluations & Raffles

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About Our Presenters

CHRISTOPHER SPAGNUOLA, MD is a fellowship-trained Orthopedic Surgeon, Board Certified in Sports Medicine. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in 1992 and then continued his education at UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Spagnuola graduated medical school in 1996 and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. Following medical school, he trained for five years in orthopedics at Monmouth Medical Center, including six months of pediatric orthopedic training at Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania. Dr. Spagnuola completed his training with a year of sub-specialty training in sports medicine and shoulder injuries at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He is one of the physicians who heads Seaview Sports Medicine.

SUSAN SOLEBELLO MPA, BSN, RN has been the Worker’s Compensation manager at Seaview Orthopaedics since 2015. She has been involved in case management and workers’ compensation for over 25 years. Drawing on her experience as a case manager, she focused the WC department at Seaview Orthopedics to deliver what she always wanted; highly qualified providers who understand the nuances of WC, same day appointments, rapid turnover of quick notes and dictations, and a culture of easy meaningful communication. Ms. Solebello holds a Masters of Public Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelors in the Science of Nursing from The College of New Jersey.

BERT PARCELLS, MD Dr. Parcells is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in Joint Reconstruction and Preservation. He attended Undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania, received a medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University and was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha the national honors medical society. He received his orthopedic training at Rutgers – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and was fellowship trained for hip arthroscopy and direct anterior approach for total hip replacement surgery in Bern, Switzerland. He is author of multiple book chapters and peer reviewed journal articles on joint replacement surgery.

CHARLES DAKNIS, MD developed and directed the Interventional Pain Management program at St Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He received his fellowship training at the world-renowned Harvard University Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Dr. Daknis has been recognized for excellence throughout his training and career. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, he graduated at the top of his class at Drexel University’s Hahnemann School of Medicine. While at Drexel he received the Nelson Neurosurgical award for excellence in the study of Neurosciences and was appointed as a delegate to the National Institutes of Health for Neuroscience research. Dr. Daknis is a published author in multiple peer-reviewed journals. He has authored book chapters on pain management and the treatment of various painful disorders. Dr. Daknis has a special interest in disorders of the cervical spine (neck). Dr. Daknis offers regenerative nonoperative alternatives for disc and low back pain.

KEIRON GREAVES, MD graduated UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and completed his internship at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1990. He completed his residency in Anesthesiology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1993. Dr. Greaves completed his Fellowship training in Pain Management at SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn University Hospital, Kings County Department of Anesthesiology, and Long Island College Hospital Veterans Administration Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Greaves is board-certified in pain management. Dr. Greaves’ focus is managing pain in the neck and back.

GRIGORY GOLDEBRG, MD is a fellowship-trained spine surgeon having completed his training at the University of Louisville, in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Goldberg attended medical school at Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York, and completed his orthopedic residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Goldberg has over 12 years of experience specializing in the treatment of spinal disorders including sciatica, arm and leg pain, neck and back pain, neurological deficits, trauma, and cancer. He also specializes in all aspects of spine surgery, including minimally invasive spine surgery and motion-preserving spine surgery. Dr. Goldberg is fluent in Russian.