About this event

  • Date and time Tue 28 Jan 2020 from 8:30am to 29 Jan 2020 at 6:00pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Orthopaedics, Institute of Sports Exercise & Health

This conference will provide you with a comprehensive update and review on the current provision of orthopaedic care for sports injuries in the UK. Join a host of featured experts and key opinion leaders discussing innovation, progress and current practice within their sub-specialties.

This two-day intensive course is aimed at consultants and trainees in orthopaedics, sport and exercise medicine and all related specialties including physiotherapists and osteopaths. It will also be extremely useful for anyone involved or interested in the care of sportsmen and sportswomen. 

This event is jointly organised with the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH). The ISEH is one of eleven global Olympic research centres for injury prevention and athlete health.

Topics include:

  • Key updates from elite sport and dance
  • Hot Topics in Tendinopathy   
  • Hamstring Injuries – a deep dive
  • Adolescent overuse injuries and their prevention
  • Key issues in sports hip injury management
  • Critical debates in the management of acute injuries

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Tickets

Early Bird pricing available until 17 December 2019.

40% off when you book both days

A 40% discount will be automatically applied when you select to attend both event days.

Member

RSM Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£90.00 Day 1
£90.00 Day 2
RSM Associate
Day 1 Day 2
£72.00 Day 1
£72.00 Day 2
RSM Retired Fellow
Day 1 Day 2
£72.00 Day 1
£72.00 Day 2
RSM Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£36.00 Day 1
£36.00 Day 2
RSM Student
Day 1 Day 2
£36.00 Day 1
£36.00 Day 2

Non - Member

Consultant / GP
Day 1 Day 2
£150.00 Day 1
£150.00 Day 2
AHP / Nurse / Midwife
Day 1 Day 2
£120.00 Day 1
£120.00 Day 2
Trainee
Day 1 Day 2
£60.00 Day 1
£60.00 Day 2
Student
Day 1 Day 2
£60.00 Day 1
£60.00 Day 2

Key speakers

Professor Mike Loosemore, MBE

Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the ISEH, UK. 

Speaker's biography

Professor Mike Loosemore is Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health. He treats the general public with musculoskeletal and sports injuries and is also working to promote exercise as a preventative intervention and treatment in many medical conditions.

Professor Loosemore is a Lead Sports Physician for the English Institute of Sport, based at ISEH where he treats elite athletes from a wide range of sports; he is currently the Chief Medical Officer for GB Boxing and GB Snow sports.

He has travelled extensively with national squads, accompanying teams to 4 Olympic and 5 Commonwealth Games, World and European Championships. He was the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the England Commonwealth Games team in New Delhi 2010 and reprised the role for Glasgow 2014. He was CMO for the GB team at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Professor Loosemore is active in various fields of sport and exercise medicine research and has published work on various aspects of Sports and Exercise Medicine.

In 2011 he was awarded an honorary doctorate in science for ‘outstanding contribution to sport and exercise medicine’. In 2014 he received the Sir Robert Atkins award for ‘an outstanding contribution to sports medicine’.

He was awarded an MBE for services to Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2018.

Dr David Wood, MBBS, FRACS FA.Ortho.A

Orthopaedic Consultant at; North Sydney Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Centre, Sydney Sports Medicine Centre at Homebush, Mudgee Medical Centre and The Stadium Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Centre at Moore Park, Australia. 

Speaker's biography

Dr Wood operates at the Mater Private Hospital. He consults from the North Sydney Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Centre, the Sydney Sports Medicine Centre at Homebush, the Mudgee Medical Centre and The Stadium Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Centre at Moore Park.

Dr David Wood specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee. He has expertise in ligament reconstruction, patella disorders, replacement of knees and tibial osteotomy.  He has a special interest in hamstring avulsions from the ischial tuberosity.

He is a past president of the Australian Knee Society.

He is a former chairman of the NSW branches of the Australian Orthopaedic Association and the Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

He is a past member of the Federal Prostheses and Devices Committee, the Knee Prostheses Advisory Group, the Medical Services Committee of NSW and MSAC (Medical Services Advisory Committee).

He is a past president of the Australian Knee Society.

Professor Fares Haddad, Bsc(Orth) FRCS(Ed) Dip Sports Med FFSEM

Clinical Director at ISEH, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at; University College London Hospitals (UCLH), The Princess Grace Hospital and The Wellington, London. And Professor of Orthopaedic and Sports Surgery at University College London (UCL), UK.

Speaker's biography

Professor Fares Haddad is the Clinical Director of the ISEH and a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon. He is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at University College London Hospitals, The Princess Grace Hospital and The Wellington Hospital. He is also a Professor of Orthopaedic and Sports Surgery at UCL.

After qualifying from Middlesex Hospital and University College Hospital, he completed his postgraduate training at the St. Bartholomew's, Royal Free and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospitals in London. He then undertook Specialist Fellowship Training in Hip and Knee Reconstruction and Sports Medicine in Gainsville and Los Angeles in the USA and Vancouver, Canada.

His clinical and research interests centre around hip and knee reconstructions including complex and revision joint replacements and lower limb arthroscopy, ligament injuries and reconstructive surgery.

Professor Mathew Wilson

Sport and Exercise Medicine Head of Service (HCA Healthcare UK) and Honorary Professor, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (University College London).

Speaker's biography

Professor Mathew Wilson is Sport and Exercise Medicine Head of Service for HCA Healthcare UK and an Honorary Professor at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, UCL. Prior to this, he was Executive Director of Research and Scientific Support at Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Qatar. He was an IOC Scientific and Medical Expert Committee member and was Director of the Aspetar IOC Injury and Illness Prevention Research Centre. He is currently Senior Associate Editor for the British Journal of Sports Medicine and is recognized as an international expert in sports cardiology.

 

Professor Wilson is an active clinician/researcher, supporting practitioners in their attempt to protect and enhance athlete health, reduce illness and injury, optimise diagnosis, prognosis and therapy of injured athletes, and performance enhancement following injury. Under his guidance, Aspetar published over 1,000 publications indexed on PubMed with more than 13,500 citations.

Agenda

View the programme 28 January 2020

Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Chairs: Professor Fares Haddad

IOC update, News from the NFL

Injury prevention and management in dancers

Professor Mike Loosemore

The female in sport: special considerations

Charlie Pedlar

Physical activity monitoring in military training: Physical demand, energy balance and injury

Julie Greeves

Impact of oral health on sports performance

Ian Needleman

The future of databases in sport and medicine and the impact of big data on research

Phillip Treleaven

The Heat and Tokyo 2020

Professor Mat Wilson

Panel Discusion and Q&A

Session 1: Tendinopathy 2020: top lessons from the 10s to implement in the 20s

Chair: Dr Bhavesh Kumar, Consultant, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, and Programme Lead, University College London

Introduction
Achilles

Dr Bhavesh Kumar, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, and Programme Lead, University College London

Plantar fascia

Dr Patrick Wheeler, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Foundation Trust, and Senior Clinical Academic Fellow, Loughborough University

Tibialis posterior

Mr Jai Saxelby, Enhanced Role MSK Podiatrist, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Patellar

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

Panel discussion
Tea and coffee break
Hamstring

Dr Bruce Paton, Senior Physiotherapist, University College Hospitals London NHS Foundation Trust, and Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health

Adductor

Mr Richard Clark, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, The Royal Ballet, London

Gluteal

Dr James Thing, Consultant, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Pure Sports and Highgate Hospital, London

Tennis Elbow

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

Rotator Cuff

Dr Ian Horsley, Physiotherapist and Technical Lead, English Institute of Sport (NW), Manchester, Institute of Health and Performance

Questions for the panel
Lunch

Session 2: Overuse injuries in kids and adolescents: loading too much or loading too soon?

Chair: Dr Courtney Kipps, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, and Honorary Consultant, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health and University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

How does paediatric and adolescent sports medicine differ from adult sports medicine?

Dr Courtney Kipps, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, and Honorary Consultant, Sport and Exercise Medicine, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Common overuse tendon injuries in paediatric sports medicine

Dr Flo Newton, Specialist Registrar, Sport and Exercise Medicine

Common overuse bone injuries in paediatric sports medicine

Dr Katy Hornby, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow, University College London, and Honorary Consultant, Sport and Exercise Medicine, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Common avulsion injuries in paediatric sports medicine

Mr Rahul Patel, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Common joint injuries in paediatric sports medicine

Mr Sam Oussedik, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Principles of rehabilitation in paediatric sports injuries

Dr Jane Simmonds, PhD, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow and Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, University College London

Principles of Long term athletic development

Rhodri Lloyd, Reader in Paediatric Strength and Conditioning, Chair of the Youth Physical Development Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University

How much strength training is safe for kids?

Rhodri Lloyd, Reader in Paediatric Strength and Conditioning, Chair of the Youth Physical Development Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University

When can kids start endurance training?

Dr Rich Blagrove, PhD, Lecturer in Physiology, Loughborough University

Early Specialisation or multi-sport?

Professor Jon Oliver, PhD, Professor of Applied Paediatric Exercise Science, Cardiff School of Sport, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Injury Risk factors in kids (Monitoring load)

Professor Jon Oliver, PhD

Question and answer session
Tea and coffee break

Session 3: The Hip in Sport

Chair: Mr Sujith Konan, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Introdcution

Mr Sujith Konan, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Return to sports after hip arthroscopy

Mr Johan Witt, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Femoral osteotomy and functional outcome

Mr Ajay Malviya, Consultant Surgeon, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Periacetabular osteotomy and return to sports

Mr Johan Witt, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Combined tendon tensioning and impingement correction for persistent groin/abductor pain

Mr Sujith Konan, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Return to sports after hip arthroplasty: Do's and don'ts

Professor Fares Haddad, Consultant Surgeon, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Questions and conclusion
Close of meeting
View the programme 29 January 2020

Registration, tea and coffee

Session 1: BOSTAA Debates

Chairs: Carlos Cobiella and Nick Nicolaou

Elite Sport Mid-Season Shoulder Dislocation
To operate

Professor Len Funk, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

Delay

Mr Andy Sankey, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Questions
Tennis elbow
Traditional treatment

Mr Carlos Cobiella, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Alternative treatment

Mr Apurv Sinha, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Questions
First time patella dislocation in the sportsperson
Non-operative treatment

Mr Nick Nicolaou, Sheffield Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Surgical treatment

Professor Andy Metcalfe, University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire

Questions
Ankle lateral ligament tear in sport
Operative treatment

Mr Mike Oddy, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Non-Operative

Miss Carolyn Chadwick, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Questions
Tea and coffee break

Session 2: Osteotomy about the knee

Alignment and chondrocyte function

Jon Miles

Technique and results of navigated HTO

Mr Sam Oussedik, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Femoral osteotomy

Chinmay Gupte

Tibial Tuberosity Osteotomy

Rahul Patel

Combined osteotomy and intra-articular procedures

Guido Geutjens

Rehab and return to sport

Ade Adejuwon

Question and answer session
Lunch

Session 3: Hamstring Injuries – The State of Play

Chairs: Bruce Paton and Fares Haddad

Current state of play – sport specific incidence and diagnosis

Noel Pollock

Typical vs. atypical injuries - what can we learn from function to help with anatomical (radiological) classification

James Moore

Risk vs. Prevention - is there a difference

Matt Davies and Michael Giakoumis

The role of BFR and Physiotherapeutic tools to aid rehab/loading

Paul Head

Indications for surgery and outcomes in hamstring avulsions

David Wood

Indications for surgery and outcomes in hamstring tendon repairs

Fares Haddad

Panel discussion
Tea and coffee break

Session 4: Rehabilitation

A review of rehabilitation options and dilemmas

Bruce Paton

Rehabilitation after hamstring injury in football

Nick Court

Return to running after hamstring injury

Dominic Rogan

Methods to optimise return to running post hamstring injury

Simon Murphy

NFL specific challenges

Speaker TBC

Return to sport vs return to performance in the rugby athlete

Ben Stirling

Panel discussion
Outcomes assessment

David Wood

IOC rep

Speaker TBC

Panel discussion
Close of meeting

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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