The London shoulder meeting is aimed at orthopaedic surgeons and registrars, physiotherapists, and sports physicians.
Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine, London (both days will take place here in-person)CPD: 12 credits (applied for) Convenors: Mrs Catherine Barrett, Mr Carlos Cobiella, Mr Henry Colaço, Mr Simon Lambert and Mr Jae Rhee
The London shoulder meeting returns for its ninth successive year with a new 2-day in-person programme, and a complimentary networking drinks reception at the end of day 1.
The meeting will include presentations, panel discussions, re-live surgery, masterclasses and hands-on sawbone workshops. The programme will be devised by The Shoulder Practice, with an expert invited multidisciplinary international faculty.
Based on feedback from previous meetings, we will have plenty of time for panel discussions, giving the chance for all delegates to interact and get involved in the lively debates.
By the end of the meeting, participants should come away with a greater understanding of a broad range of topics on shoulder and elbow trauma and arthroplasty, useful practical surgical tips and tricks, and up-to-date strategies for rehabilitation.
KEY FACULTY INCLUDES:
Ms Jenna Bardsley, Upper Limb Research Physiotherapist, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Ms Katy Clay, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner in Upper Limb & Trauma, Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust
Ms Claire Downs, Consultant Physiotherapist, The Nerve Injury Clinic
Mr Ian Gatt, Head of Performance Services & Lead Physiotherapist for GB boxing and Upper Limb Technical Consultant for the English Institute of Sport
Ms Jo Gibson, Consultant Upper Limb Rehabilitation Specialist, Rehab4Performance
Ms Debbie Williams, Upper Limb Physiotherapist, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:
Consultants, trainees, and AHPs are invited to submit abstracts for the LSM poster presentation prize (£300). Abstracts should focus on the areas of trauma, arthroplasty, soft tissue and rehabilitation in relation to the shoulder and/or elbow.