Wrightington Sports Shoulder Conference

Location: Wrightington Hospital Conference Centre

Date: 18/06/2009 - 20/06/2009


The current management of common shoulder injuries in athletes, rehabilitation of athletes shoulders,, clinical diagnosis and investigations specific to the athlete’s shoulder, current surgical techniques for athletic shoulder problems; Practical demonstrations of techniques used in the rehabilitation of shoulder injuries; Practical return-to-play assessment and guidelines following shoulder injuries in athletes

This course is aimed primarily at surgeons and senior surgical trainees in the UK, however we do welcome and encourage rheumatologists, sports medicine clinicians, therapists and other clinicians with an interest or experience of managing shoulder disorders in athletes.

The invited faculty includes international experts from the fields of shoulder surgery, physiotherapy, sports medicine and radiology. All are experienced in treating athletes.

The meeting comprises a mixture of lectures, case discussions, workshops and live surgery. Emphasis is on the particular issues of athletic shoulder injuries, including pathology recognition, diagnosis, non-operative and operative interventions. We will concentrate on innovative methods of return to play as soon as possible, drawing on current evidence and the faculties’ experience.

In order to ensure plenty of opportunity for participation and discussion, we will restrict delegate numbers. Therefore, early application is recommended in order to avoid disappointment.

This course allows you to register online.

You will be able to register for this course between 1/08/2008 and 18/06/2009

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