Sports injuries and sports orthopaedics

Date

Tuesday 16 January 2018
to Wednesday 17 January 2018

2 day

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

Orthopaedics Section , Institute of Sports Exercise and Health (ISEH)

Accreditation

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about this event

*Online registration has now closed for this meeting. Registration will be available on the day*

This conference organised in conjunction with the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) will provide you with an update on the current provision of care for sports injuries in the UK. You will hear experts and key opinion leaders deliver updates on innovation, progress and current practice in their subspecialty. 

This two day intensive course is perfect for consultants and trainees in orthopaedics, sport and 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.

Our joint partner, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) is one of nine global Olympic research centres for injury prevention and athlete health.

price

RSM member rates from £60 - £180
Non-member rates from £70 - £200

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The programme and speaker line up will be updated regularly.

agenda

Day one

8.00 am

Registration, tea and coffee

8.45 am

Welcome and introduction

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

8.55 am

Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) and Exercise Medicine - update

Dr Paul Jackson, Consultant Sports Physician, Circle Hospital, Bath, President, FSEM and Deputy Medical Director, English Institute of Sport

9.15 am

The Rio Olympics: Lessons learnt

Mr James Moore, Clinical Lead, Intensive Rehabilitation Unit

9.35 am

Panel discussion

Concussuion

Mr Akbar De Medici, Associate Director, Elite Sport Research, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Mr James Moore, Clinical Lead, Intensive Rehabilitation Unit

9.45 am

Introduction

Mr Akbar De Medici

9.50 am

Developments in concussion recognition and side-line screening

Dr Simon Kemp, Chief Medical Officer Institution, Rugby Football Union

10.05 am

What the data says

Professor Keith Stokes, Head of the Department for Health, University of Bath

10.15 am

Advances in imaging

Dr Harpreet Hyare, Consultant Neuroradiologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

10.25 am

Longitudinal biomarker, imaging and psychometric study of sport-related concussion

Dr Etienne Laverse, Neurology Research Fellow, Institute of Neurology, University College London

10.35 am

Update from the International Concussion and Head Injury Research Foundation

Dr Michael Turner, Medical Director, International Concussion and Head Injury Research Foundation

10.45 am

Concussion care in Qatar – starting from scratch

Dr Louis Holtzhausen, Sports Medicine Physician, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital

10.55 am

Update from Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health complex concussion clinic

Dr Richard Sylvester, Consultant Neurologist, National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery and Homerton University Hospital

11.05 am

Panel discussion

11.20 am

Tea and coffee break

Managing patellar tendinopathy

Dr Bhavesh Kumar, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Dr Bruce Paton, Lead Physiotherapist, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

11.45 am

Introduction and how can imaging influence management?

Dr Bhavesh Kumar

11.55 am

Where is the pain coming from?

Dr Mick Thacker, Physiotherapist

12.05 pm

Maximising player availability and performance: Is it all about training load?

Mr Steve McCaig, Physiotherapist, English Cricket Board

12.15 pm

Maximising player availability and performance: When time is against us in the English Institute of Sport

Ms Ros Cooke, Senior Physiotherapist, English Institute of Sport

12.25 pm

Rehabilitation: When, why and how do we load the tendon?

Dr Bruce Paton, Lead Physiotherapist, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH)

12.35 pm

Non-surgical interventions: What are we targeting and what are the outcomes?

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

12.45 pm

Surgical interventions: What are we treating and what are the outcomes?

Professor Hakan Alfredson, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University of Umeå, Sweden and Pure Sports Medicine, UK

12.55 pm

Panel discussion

1.15 pm

Lunch

Regenerating damaged joints – biological interventions in joint preservation

Mr Sam Oussedik, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, University College London Hospitals and Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

2.20 pm

Introduction

Mr Sam Oussedik

2.30 pm

Joint loading as a model of osteoarthritis

Professor Andrew A Pitsillides, Professor of Skeletal Dynamics, The Royal Veterinary College

2.40 pm

Build it and they will come – the role of scaffolds in tissue regeneration

Dr Gavin Jell, Head, Centre of Education, Research Department of Nanotechnology, University College London

2.50 pm

Non-operative management for damaged joints - what can we achieve?

Dr Courtney Kipps, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, University College London and University College London Hospitals

3.00 pm

Restoring the joint surface – from cell therapy to focal implants

Mr Sam Oussedik

3.10 pm

Functional results of hip preservation surgery

Mr Johan Witt, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

3.20 pm

Biological joint replacement – does it work?

Mr Rahul Patel, Consultant, University College London Hospitals

3.30 pm

Discussion

3.45 pm

Tea and coffee break

The painful hallux in sport

Mr Michael Oddy, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, University College London Hospitals and Mr Aria Ghassemi, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, University College London Hospitals

4.15 pm

Overview of hallux pathology in sport

Mr Aria Ghassemi, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, University College London Hospitals

4.27 pm

Imaging the painful hallux

Dr Kannan Rajesparan, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, University College London Hospital and Institute of Sports and Exercise Medicine

4.39 pm

1st MTP joint osteochondral defects and the role of arthroscopy

Mr Peter Rosenfeld, Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

4.51 pm

Turf toe and sesamoid injury

Mr Rohit Madhav, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon, The Princess Grace Hospital

5.03 pm

Orthoses for the painful hallux

5.15 pm

Joint preservation for hallux rigidus in sport

Mr Michael Oddy

5.27 pm

Panel discussion

5.40 pm

Close of day

Day two

8.30 am

Registration, tea and coffee

The BOSTAA session: Hip arthroscopy - role and evidence in 2018

Mr Johan Witt, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, University College London Hospitals and Mr George Grammatopoulos, University College London Hospitals

8.40 am

Introduction

Mr Panos Thomas, President, British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma Association and Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine

8.45 am

Clinical assessment of patients presenting with hip/groin pain and labral tears

Mr George Grammatopoulos

8.55 am

Management of hip pain in adolescents

Mr Marcus Bankes, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation NHS Trust

9.05 am

Individualising management of femoroacetabular impingement

Mr Vikas Khanduja, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals

9.15 am

Labral repair and indications for labral grafting

Mr Tony Andrade, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal Berkshire Hospital

9.25 am

Reasons for failed hip arthroscopy

Mr Johan Witt

9.35 am

Hip pain vs. hip surgery, are we intervening too early?

Dr Phil Batty, Medical Director, Isokinetic Medical Group

9.45 am

Return to sport after FAI surgery

Mr George Grammatopoulos

9.55 am

Panel discussion

10.05 am

The role of periacetabular osteotomy in the management of labral pathology

Mr Johan Witt

10.15 am

Assessment and management of patients presenting with deep gluteal pain

Mr Vikas Khanduja

10.25 am

Peritrochanteric pain and indications for surgery

Mr Tony Andrade

10.35 am

Panel discussion and clinical case presentations

11.00 am

Tea and coffee break

The cervical and upper limb complex in athletes

Dr Eleanor Tillett, Honorary Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Miss Claire Small, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and Clinical Director, Pure Sports Medicine

11.30 am

Neck and arm pain - where is it coming from?

Dr Eleanor Tillett

11.45 am

Upper limb neurodynamics - common clinical presentations

Miss Claire Small

12.00 pm

Cervical surgery in athletes and return to play

Mr Alexander Montgomery, Consultant Spinal and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust

12.15 pm

The importance of shoulder girdle strength in neck and arm pain and dysfunction

Mr Theo Farley, Senior Physiotherapist, English Institute of Sport

12.30 pm

Diagnosis and management of burners and stingers

Dr Michael John Bundy, Consultant Sports Physician, Pure Sports Medicine

12.45 pm

Panel discussion

1.00 pm

Lunch

Adolescent sports injuries

Mr Rahul Patel, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

2.00 pm

Shoulder and elbow – it’s not all little leaguer’s elbow!

Mr Abbas Rashid, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

2.10 pm

How to approach sports persons’ back pain in adolescents

Dr Eleanor Tillett

2.20 pm

An update on osteochondritis dissecans

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

2.30 pm

Apophyseal injuries of the pelvis

Mr Rahul Patel, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University College London Hospitals

2.40 pm

The adolescent elite athlete – a rugby perspective

Laura Tulloch, Senior Physiotherapist, Saracens Rugby Football Club

2.50 pm

Panel discussion

3.10 pm

Tea and coffee break

International Olympic Committee (IOC) centre and National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) update

Mr Akbar De Medici, Associate Director, Elite Sport Research, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

3.30 pm

IOC research centre update

Professor Fares Haddad, Past President, Orthopaedics Section, Royal Society of Medicine and Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health and Mr Akbar De Medici, Associate Director, Elite Sport Research, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health

3.40 pm

Endurance medicine

Dr Courtney Kipps, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, University College London and University College London Hospitals

3.50 pm

Sports equipment and injury prevention

Dr David James, Director of the Centre for Sports Engineering Research (CSER) and Reader, Sheffield Hallam University

4.00 pm

Implementation and evaluation of injury prevention strategies in sport

Dr Carly McKay, Lecturer, Department for Health, University of Bath

4.10 pm

Ankle sprain injury mechanism and prehabilitation

Dr Daniel Fong, Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation Science, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University

4.20 pm

Improving start performance in ice-track sports

Dr Aki Salo, Reader in Sport Biomechanics, University of Bath

4.30 pm

Panel discussion

4.45 pm

The role of sport and exercise in the prevention of cardiometabolic disease in persons with spinal cord injury

Professor James Bilzon, Professor in Human and Applied Physiology, Department for Health, University of Bath

4.55 pm

Improving wheelchair athletes’ performance

Professor Vicky Goosey-Tolfrey, Director of the Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport, Loughborough University

5.05 pm

Challenges of managing the hypermobile athlete

Ms Moira McCormack, Head of Physiotherapy, The Royal Ballet Company

5.15 pm

Role of hydrotherapy in the rehabilitation of serious knee injuries (examples of ballet dancers)

Mrs Elisa Pirotti, Physiotherapist, Isokinetic Medical Group

5.25 pm

Panel discussion

5.40 pm

Close of meeting

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