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2013 Tips & Tricks Shoulder Conferences

4-6 December 2013
Wrightington Hospital Conference Centre, UK

Three separate one day shoulder courses with expert international and UK faculty
  
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
MDT SURGERY & REHABILITATION


Common surgical procedures and rehabilitation presented by multi-disciplinary teams. Including Total shoulder replacement, GHJ stabilisation, rotator cuff repair, biceps tenodesis and lat tissimus dorsi transfer surgery.  

Faculty to include:

Peter Brownson, Jo Gibson, Julie McBirnie, Christine Phillips, Partha Sarangi, Rhian Witham, Hannan Mullett, Wrightington Consultants and Physiotherapists



Thursday, 5 December 2013
TIPS & TRICKS IN SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPY

Common and difficult problems in soft tissue and arthroscopic management of the shoulder. Topics to include failed impingement and ACJ surgery, subscapularis tears, tendon transfers and new, novel techniques.

Faculty to include:
Ralph Hertel, Peter Millett, Teruhisa Mihata, Steve Roche, Theo Rosch, Heckroodt Laubscher, Hannan Mullett, and Wrightington Consultants



Friday, 6 December 2013
TIPS & TRICKS IN SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY

Course programme focussed on technical aspects of shoulder arthroplasty including pre-operative decision-making and surgical tips for common and complex reconstructions. The themed session for this year’s arthroplasty day is glenoid deficiency and management

Faculty to include:
Charles Bessiere, Tim Bunker, Anders Ekelund, Ralph Hertel, Theo Rosch and Wrightington Consultants



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