Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Sports Shoulder Surgery Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th November 2010 at Scarman House, University of Warwick

Sports Shoulder Surgery
Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th November 2010
at Scarman House, University of Warwick
Damian Griffin, Professor of Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery at the  
University of Warwick, England, and Mr Steve Drew would like to make  
surgeons, doctors and physiotherapists aware of the forthcoming Sport  
Shoulder meeting on the 8th & 9th November, at the University's  
Scarman House conference centre.
The conference is aimed at Clinicians who treat young patients with  
Sports related shoulder injuries. There will be a strong bias towards  
the surgical treatment of these injuries and will also be exploring  
the most modern thinking on the diagnosis, management and  
rehabilitation of these injuries.

Topics that will be covered include Glenohumeral and AC Joint  
Instability, Rotator Cuff Injuries, Biceps injuries and the management  
of chondral defects in the young athlete.

Convened by Steve Drew & Prof Damian Griffin, Faculty includes: Joe de  
Beer, SA, Giacomo Delle Rose Italy, Len Funk, UK,  Andrew Wallace,  
UK,  Giuseppe Porcellini, Italy,  Matthias Zumstein, Switzerland,  
Nicola Phillips, UK, Steve Corbett, Emilio Calvo, Spain, Julie  
McBirnie UK, Graham Tytherleigh- Strong, UK plus many more.

Prices for the 2-day course including overnight accommodation at the  
conference venue are £295 for Trainees and £495 for Consultants.

Full details and an on line booking form can be found at 
Should you require any further details, please do not hesitate to  
contact me on 01476 860759 or email:

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