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"Spinal surgery doesn't work": why send your patient to a spinal surgeon? by Mr Matthew Crocker on 8 November @ Wimbledon Clinics

 

Tutor: Mr Matthew Crocker BMBCh MA (Oxon) FRCS(SN)

 

Spinal disease carries a huge medical, psychological and social burden. Patient expectations continue to rise as does their access to treatments and the evidence for and against it. Mr Matthew Crocker will discuss the modern role of spinal surgeons and the factors influencing decision making for these patients. Followed by Q&A.

Mr Matthew Crocker is a Consultant Neurosurgeon at Wimbledon Clinics. His area of expertise is adult neurosurgery with sub-specialist interests in complex spine surgery - including the use of metalwork to stabilise the spine as well as injuries and fractures - and vascular neurosurgery.

Matthew Crocker is also the clinical lead for the regional spinal cancer service and has a wealth of experience performing surgery for cancer that has spread to the spine, as well as for aneurysms of the brain that have either bled or are at risk of bleeding.

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Date: 08 November 2018

Time: 7.30 - 9.00pm

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics

Fee:  £20 per delegate

No. of places: 16

Provided:

  • Refreshments and a light snack
  • A CPD certificate for all attendees

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Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis Workshop by Ms Claire Robertson on 12 November @ Wimbledon Clinics 

 

Tutor: Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP

 

This workshop combines Claire's clinical experience, personal research and in-depth knowledge of the literature to explore patellofemoral osteoarthritis.

This workshop is aimed at immediately helping the clinician evolve their practice, integrating the latest research. The last 2 years have revealed some new exciting research in this field which brings a fresh new perspective to the management of patellofemoral osteoarthritis.

Claire Robertson is a consultant physiotherapist in patellofemoral pain, at Wimbledon Clinics. She is actively involved in patellofemoral research, having published in many journals, including the American journal of Sports Medicine. She is currently writing up a number of papers following extensive research on the vmo, and she is also currently researching patellofemoral crepitus. Claire's niche clinical practice and research activity places her perfectly to deliver this course.

 

Claire Photo.jpgDate: Monday, 12th November 2018

Time: 7.30-9pm

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics

Fee: £25

No of places: 16


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Patellofemoral Pain Uncovered 1 day course on by Ms Claire Robertson on 17 November @ Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Wimbledon Clinics 

 

Tutor: Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP


This course aims to directly impact on the clinician's ability to assess and treat patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome, (PFPS). The course is a mixture of theory, demonstrations and practical sessions, totally underpinned by evidence. There is a strong emphasis on clinical reasoning throughout.

Claire Robertson is a consultant physiotherapist in patellofemoral pain, at Wimbledon Clinics. She is actively involved in patellofemoral research, having published in many journals, including the American journal of Sports Medicine. She is currently writing up a number of papers following extensive research on the vmo, and she is also currently researching patellofemoral crepitus. Claire's niche clinical practice and research activity places her perfectly to deliver this course.

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Date: Saturday, 17th November 2018

Time: 8.30 - 16.00

Venue: Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NH 

Fee: £150

No of places: 22

A CPD certificate for all attendees provided


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State of ACL repair: should we or shouldn't we? By Mr Jonathan Bell on 20 November at Wimbledon Clinics

 

Tutor: Mr Jonathan Bell Frcs (Orth)

 

Does ACL repair have a place in modern knee surgery? If so what is the evidence for surgery or is it just more hype? Where is ACL repair headed? This and more will be answered at the lecture presented by Mr Jonathan Bell followed by Q&A.

Mr Jonathan Bell FRCS (Orth)

A leader in his field, Jonathan Bell has a wide range of experience treating all levels of sports people, from the occasional jogger to the professional athlete.

He has a real passion for skiing and is heavily involved in the treatment of skiers of all levels, from beginner to Olympic standard. His recovery programmes have even involved him accompanying patients on their return to the slopes.

Graduating in 1987 from the University of London, Jonathan Bell trained at a number of teaching hospitals in the UK and abroad, including Middlesex, Barts, Great Ormond Street and St George’s.

Mr Bell has had specialist training both in the UK and Australia, and for over a decade has worked as a knee specialist at Wimbledon Clinics, with clinics held in Wimbledon and Kingston Upon Thames. He also regularly teaches in the UK and overseas.

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Date: Tuesday, 20th November 2018

Time: 7.30-9pm

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics

Fee: £20

No of places: 16


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