Sports injuries and sports orthopaedics

Date

Wednesday 13 January 2016
to Thursday 14 January 2016

2 day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Orthopaedics Section , Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health

Accreditation

CPD - Applied for

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about this event

***Limited spaces are available for on the day registrations***

 

This conference will provide you with an update on the current provision of care for sports injuries in the UK, including a look at sports injury initiatives and a debate on primary surgery in acute knee injuries.

You will hear experts and key opinion leaders deliver updates on innovation, progress and current practice in their subspecialty. You also have the opportunity to hear the perspective from a Team Doctor on the management of ACL injuries and discuss rehabilitation strategies and outcomes.

This two day intensive course will earn you 12 CPD credits (applied for) and is perfect for consultants and trainees in Orthopaedics, Sport & Exercise Medicine and all related specialties including physiotherapists, osteopaths. It will also be extremely useful for anyone involved or interested in the care of sportsmen and sportswomen.

agenda

Day one

8.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.00 am

Welcome and introduction

Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

Introduction and updates

Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

9.15 am

A vision of the future of sport and exercise medicine

Mr Rod Jaques,Immediate Past President, Faculty of Sport and Excercise Medicine

9.30 am

Looking forward to RIO - A BOA perspective

Mr James Moore, Consultant Urological Surgeon, BMI Healthcare, Surrey

9.45 am

NCSEM update on sports injury initiatives: An update on NCSEM in 2015

Professor Mark Lewis, Dean, School Professor of Musculoskeletal Biology, Loughborough University

9.57 am

NCSEM update on sports injury initiatives: Fast bowlers need a strong spine

Dr Nicholas Peirce, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Queen Mary's College

10.09 am

Cuts and other injuries - boxing in 2015

Dr Mike Loosemore, Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

10.21 am

Bone health and injury prevention

Dr Rebecca Robinson, Sports and Exercise Medicine Specialty Registrar, UK National Health Service

10.32 am

Discussion

10.45 am

Tea and coffee break

Concussion - where are we?

Dr Mike Loosemore, Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

11.15 am

Concussion - lessons from the RWC

Dr Simon Kemp, Chief Medical Officer, Rugby Football Union

11.35 am

The NICC: An update on the national consussion initiative

Mr Peter Hamlyn, Consultant Neurological and Spinal Surgeon, Princess Grace Hospital

11.50 am

News from the NFL

Mr Akbar De Medici, Associate Director, Elite Sport Research, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

12.00 pm

Paediatric concussion management

Speaker to be confirmed

12.10 pm

Discussion

The knee in focus: BOSTAA debate session

Mr Simon Roberts, Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Surgeon, Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital, Oswestry

12.20 pm

Acute isolated ACL tear - primary repair surgery: on the rise

FOR: Amer Khan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Cheltenham General Hospital AGAINST: Mr Samir Oussedik, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

12.45 pm

Acute first-time PF dislocation - primary surgery improves outcomes

FOR: Professor Deiary Kader, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Nuffield Health, Newcastle Upon Tyne AGAINST: Mr Panos Thomas, Consultant Orthopaedic Sports and Knee Surgeon, Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, London

1.10 pm

Acute multilgament injury - primary surgery, better recovery

FOR: Mr Peter Shranz, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospitals NHS Trust AGAINST: Mr Rahul Patel, Sports Orthopaedic Consultant, University College London Hospitals

1.35 pm

Lunch

2.30 pm

Acute meniscal tear - indication for repair

IN FAVOUR: Professor Mike McNicholas, Consultant Soft Tissue Knee and Trauma Surgeon, Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust NOT FOR EVERYONE: Mr Simon Roberts, Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Surgeon, Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Hospital, Oswestry

2.55 pm

Major osteochondral fractures?

REPAIR IS THE ANSWER: Mr Peter Shranz, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospitals NHS Trust RESURFACING WORKS VERY WELL: Professor Mike McNicholas, Consultant Soft Tissue Knee and Trauma Surgeon, Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

The knee in focus: ACL injury and rehabilitation

Professor Fares Haddad and Sam Oussedik

3.20 pm

Introduction and update from the UCLH Cohort and National ligament register

Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

3.35 pm

Examining and understanding bio mechanical compensation after ACL rupture and repair to optimise rehabilitation pathways

Dr Kate Button, Clinical Research Fellow, Cardiff University and Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

3.50 pm

Development of an athletic movement performance profile following ACLR

Dr Richard Jones, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Biomechanics, School of Health Sciences, University of Salford

4.05 pm

Is lateral tenodesis joint preserving? Indications, technique and results

Mr Samir Oussedik, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

4.20 pm

Rehabilitation after knee surgery in the elite athlete

Mr James Moore, Consultant Urological Surgeon, BMI Healthcare, Surrey

4.35 pm

Tea and coffee break

4.55 pm

The importance of training explosive muscle strength in the rehabilitation process

Mr Matthew Buckthorpe, Football Rehabilitation Scientist, Isokinetic Medical Group

5.10 pm

Novel methods for assessing biomechanics in the clinical setting post ACL repair - and how this impacts on delivery of rehabilitation and PROMs

Mr Robert Letchford, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Aneurin Bevan Health Board

5.25 pm

Return to sports metrics in the non elite

Mr Bruce Paton, Musculoskeletal Extended Scope Practitioner, University College London Hospitals

5.40 pm

Outcome from ACLR in elite male sportsmen; implications for rehabilitation

Dr Lee Herrington, Senior Lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation, University of Salford

5.55 pm

The role of the team doctor in the management of ACL injuries: rehabilitation and return to play

Dr Matthew Stride, Consultant Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician, Isokinetic Medical Group

6.10 pm

Discussion

6.30 pm

Completion of evaluation form and close of meeting

Day two

8.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

Achilles tendon ruptures

Dr Bhavesh Kumar, Consultant in Sport and Excercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Mr Mike Oddy, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

8.30 am

Who ruptures the achilles tendon and why?

Dr Bhavesh Kumar, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

8.42 am

When is imaging necessary and what does it add?

Dr Kannan Rajesparan, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

8.54 am

How and why I manage an achilles tendon rapture without surgery

Mr Aria Ghassemi, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

9.06 am

How and why I manage an achilles tendon rapture with surgery

Mr Derek Park, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Barnet General and Royal Free Hospitals

9.18 am

How and when I reconstruct a failed achilles tendon

Mr Michael Oddy, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

9.30 am

How do we manage partial achilles tendon ruptures?

Dr Lorenzo Masci, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Pure Sports Medicine and Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

9.42 am

Discussion

10.00 am

Tea and coffee break

The sacro-Iliac joint - myths and legends

Dr Eleanor Tillet, Honorary Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

10.30 am

A pain in the butt - differential diagnosis of buttock pain

Dr Eleanor Tillet, Honorary Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

10.50 am

Objective testing in the assessment of pelvic dysfunction – which tests and why?

Miss Claire Small, Specialist Physiotherapist and Clinical Director, Pure Sports Medicine Clinic

11.10 am

Imaging and injection for SIJ pain

Dr Simon Blease, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Princess Grace Hospital

11.25 am

The use of manual therapy in the management of pelvic pain and dysfunction

Mr Peter Horobin, Specialist Sports and Musculoskeletal Osteopath, Pure Sports Medicine

11.45 am

Rehab for SIJ pain

Mr Matthew Ashman, Senior Physiotherapist, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and English Institute of Sport

Glenohumeral instability

Mr Carlos Cobiella, Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

12.00 pm

The role of physiotherapy in shoulder instability

Kathryn Poll

12.25 pm

Posterior instability: Diagnosis and treatment options

Mr Duncan Tennent, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Parkside Hospital

12.50 pm

Anteroinferior instability: Treatment algorithm

Mr Carlos Cobiella, Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

1.15 pm

Lunch

Unresolved questions

Dr Michael Loosemore, Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

2.15 pm

Management of chronic musculoskeletal pain

Dr Rick Seah, Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Pure Sports Medicine

2.30 pm

Injection therapy for muscle, joint and tendon

Dr Kalpesh Parmar, Sports and Exercise Physician, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

2.45 pm

Rehabilitation and return to play paradign for an adductor injury

Mr David Clancy, Sports Medicine Physiotherapist, Isokinetic Medical Group London

3.00 pm

Hamstring injuries

Dr Philip Batty, Vice President Elect, Faculty of Sport and Excercise Medicine

3.15 pm

Hamstring repair

Mr Rajiv Subbu

3.30 pm

Tea and coffee break

MDT approach to treating the dancer’s hip

Mr Akbar De Medici, Associate Director, Elite Sport Research, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Dr Courtney Kipps, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, University College London Hospitals

4.00 pm

Hip pathologies seen in dance

Dr Ian Beasley, Head of Medical Services, Football Association and Doctor, England Senior Mens Team

4.18 pm

Physiotherapy management

Ms Caryl Becker, Chief Physiotherapist, British Olympic Association

4.36 pm

Motor control

Ms Fiona Kleckham, Pilates and Gyrotonic Instructor, Royal Ballet London

4.54 pm

Strength and conditioning trainer

Mr Giacomo Ciriaci, Personal Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Fitness First and Royal Ballet School

5.12 pm

Back to performance

Ms Moira McCormack, Head of Physiotherapy, The Royal Ballet Company at Royal Opera House

5.30 pm

Discussion

5.40 pm

Completion of evaluation forms and close of meeting

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