Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Sports Shoulder Conference 18-21 June 2009

There are still a few places left for the 2009 Wrightington Sports Shoulder Conference.

We have a large international faculty of surgeons, therapists, sports physicians and coaches with expertise in sports shoulder treatment.

Current concepts and the latest advancements in managing sports shoulder problems will be discussed.

The course includes Live Surgery, Rehabilitation workshops, Case Discussions and Lectures.

This years faculty includes:


  • Joe DeBeer - South Africa - shoulder surgeon

  • Prof Ann Cools - Belgium - Professor of Physiotherapy

  • Guiseppe Porcellini - Italy - shoulder surgeon

  • Dan Guttman - USA - shoulder surgeon

  • Ehud Rath - Isreal - sports surgeon

  • Paolo Paladini - Italy - shoulder surgeon

  • Nick Grantham - UK - Strength & Conditioning trainer

  • Jo Gibson - UK - Shoulder Therapist

  • Stuart Cosgrove - UK - physiotherapist specialising in strength athletes

  • David Jones - UK - Sports Physician, English Institute of Sports

  • Jonathan Harris - UK - Musculoskeletal radiologist

  • Local faculty: John Haines, Ian Trail, Anthony Hearnden, Rob Conlon, Sarah Russell

  • Course Convener - Lennard Funk

The full programme can be downloaded here


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.We hope to see you there!
Click here for a Registration Form
Or contact Mavis Luya:
upperlimb@wrightington.org.uk
+44 (0) 1257 256248

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