Size small. Only worn a hand full of times in very good condition. Dark green and multicolored checkered pattern. Many various interior and exterior pockets. Large mesh ventilation slits under the arms. Has both zipper and velcro closure
AOSSM is a trusted source among the orthopaedic sports medicine profession for knowledge, skills and continuing education. We keep our members up to date on the latest news and advancements in the industry.
New Implicit Bias Video
The AOSSM DE&I Task Force recently unveiled this free 20-minute video highlighting the impact of implicit bias on providing culturally competent care to athletes of all abilities.
AOSSM has a wide range of publications and resources available for professionals, including the top-ranked sports medicine journal American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM). These journals provide the latest information on cutting-edge research and treatment techniques.
Physicians enrolled in or have completed an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved orthopaedic sports medicine fellowship or one year out of a sports medicine fellowship in the United States or Canada.
AOSSM is where sports medicine professionals find a passionate and vibrant community — one that helps them grow professionally through education and networking. With nearly 4,000 members, our membership is an unparalleled opportunity for exceptional medical education and professional fellowship with widely recognized leaders in sports medicine.
Meghan Bishop, MD
I love AOSSM because it includes a community of orthopaedic sports medicine surgeons with the common goal of keeping our patients healthy, active, and "in the game". AOSSM provides mentorship. It gives its members a direct connection to the thought leaders and innovators in the field of sports medicine, while promoting the practice of evidenced based medicine and also exploring cutting edge advanced in treatment and technology.”
Jorge Chahla, MD, PHD
I love AOSSM because it provides me the opportunity to learn evidence-based approaches from thoughtful leaders in the field. I love the fact that there are programs oriented to young and established surgeons to flourish and advance our field so we can better treat our patients.”
Michael G. Ciccotti, MD AOSSM
Your voice is essential to the now and to the future of who we are clinically, academically and spiritually. So I urge you to fully participate in our truly important Emerging Leaders Program. Be a part of this tradition, be a part of AOSSM!”