The Shoulder: Evidence to support all the latest surgical interventions and post op rehabilitation

Location: Manchester Institute of Health and Performance, Manchester, M11 3BS

Date: 5/03/2016 - 5/03/2016


Lennard Funk, Puneet Monga & Tanya Mackenzie

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Date: Saturday 05 March 2016
Venue: Manchester Institute of Health and Performance, Manchester, M11 3BS

This is a one day course on the latest evidence and current opinion in the management of common and difficult shoulder problems. The course will cover the latest evidence on complex and massive rotator cuff tears, cuff arthropathy, atraumatic and muldi-directional instability and complex bony issues in shoulder instability. The latest advances in should arthroplasty will also be covered.

In addition to the usual lectures, audience participation will be encouraged with the use of demonstrations, discussion and workshops.

- Course Aims:
o To update delegates on current advances in some specific issues relating to:

  • ▪  Rotator cuff arthropathy management

  • ▪  Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty

  • ▪  Complex bony issues in shoulder instability

  • ▪  ACJ Instability

- Learning Outcomes:
o To provide an EBM approach to complex shoulder issues
o Improved understanding of rotator cuff disease and arthropathy
o Appreciate the role of reverse arthroplasty and its effect on function and


Members Fee:-

Online: £135 / Standard: £145

Non Members Fee:-

Online: £155 / Standard: £165

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This course allows you to register online.

You will be able to register for this course between 3/02/2016 and 4/03/2016

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