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Assessment & treatment for the painful big toe - "Beyond bunions" by Mr Matthew Solan on Tuesday 19 March @ Wimbledon Clinics

 

Tutor:  Mr Matthew Solan FRCS (Tr & Orth)

 

Treating problematic toes is challenging. Pain and deformity give rise to shoe difficulties and reduced activity. Less well appreciated are the secondary consequences for the whole foot and ankle. Biomechanical principles and understanding the influence of the knee and ankle upon foot problems affords opportunities for non-operative treatment. The same factors underpin the rational choice of surgery and aftercare.

This session will explore treating problematic toes, its consequences for the whole foot & ankle and non-operative as well as operative treatments and how to maximise the chances of rapid recovery, return to activity. Followed by Q&A.

Matthew Solan qualified in 1992 from St Thomas' Hospital, London before training in centres across London, Oxford, Dublin and Baltimore in the US. Since 2003, he has worked as an NHS Consultant at Frimley Park and Royal Surrey County hospitals.

As Program Director for Surgical Training in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery, Matthew Solan devotes considerable time and energy to teaching junior doctors. He has also had published many scientific articles on foot and ankle surgery and maintains an active research interest. He is Honorary Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at LSBU and secretary of the British Foot and Ankle Society Scientific Committee.

Matthew Solan is also a regular instructor at the famous Barouk Forefoot Surgery Faculty in Bordeaux, France, where he offers state-of-the-art surgical treatment for toe complaints. He has pioneered the use of minimally invasive gastrocnemius muscle release and shockwave therapy for chronic heel pain.

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Date: Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Time: 7.30-9pm

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics

Fee: £20

No of places: 16


TO FIND OUT MORE & REGISTER CLICK HERE

 

 

Sporting Spine by Mr Tim Bishop on Thursday 28 March @ Wimbledon Clinics 

 

Tutor: Mr Tim Bishop MBBS FRCS (Orth)

 

This talk will cover stress fractures, burners and stringers and other condictions that commonly affect sports people. Followed by Q&A.

Mr Tim Bishop is a fellowship-trained complex Spinal Surgeon and works at Wimbledon Clinics as a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon.

Tim Bishop qualified from St George's Hospital Medical School in 1994. Having completed his basic surgical training, he went on to carry out specialist training in orthopaedics in the South West Thames region.

As a Spinal Surgeon, Tim Bishop regularly performs microdiscectomy for disc prolapse, spinal decompression for stenosis and spinal fusion (cervical and lumbar) for neurogenic pain. He is also skilled in performing complex spinal trauma and tumour stabilisation, vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty for spinal tumour/osteoporotic fracture and fusion for scoliosis/kyphosis.

Since his appointment as a Spinal and Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon at St George's Hospital in 2009, Tim Bishop has worked to expand and develop the spinal service there. St George's has now become one of London's four major trauma centres, is the regional tertiary referral centre for metastatic spinal disease and a regional centre for scoliosis treatment.

Tim Bishop is the Clinical Director for the surgical directorate at St George’s and President of the St George’s Hospital Medical School Rugby Football Club.

 

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Date: Thursday, 28 March 2019

Time: 7.30-9pm

Venue: Wimbledon Clinics

Fee: £20

No of places: 16


TO FIND OUT MORE & REGISTER CLICK HERE

 


 

The Knee Symposium: All You Need To Know by Wimbledon Clinics on Saturday 8 June 2019 @Thames Rowing Club

 

Register to attend: The Knee Symposium: All You Need To Know  here. This is the second year of our annual Symposium open to all Physiotherapists, Osteopaths and Chiropractors. 

 

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Programme

8.30am – 9.00am 

Registration and coffee   

9.00am – 9.20am  

Welcome by Mr Adrian Fairbank MA FRCS (Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic SurgeonKnee Specialist

9.20am – 10.00am 

Adolescent Patellofemoral Pain Uncovered

by Ms Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP, Consultant Physiotherapist, Patellofemoral and Knee Specialist

10am – 10.30am 

Adolescent knee injuries - the next steps

by Mr Oliver Templeton-Ward FRCS (Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee Specialist

10.30am – 11.00am  

Management of Patella Instability

by Mr Bobby Anand MBBS BSc(Hons) FRCS (Tr & Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee Specialist

 

11.00am – 11.30am 

Refreshment break  

11.30am  - 12.00pm

Should your patient have an MRI scan?  Who makes the decision?

by Consultant Radiologist

12.00pm – 12.30pm 

The non-operative approach to knee pain - exhausting the options!

by Dr David Hulse BSc(Hons) MSc FFSEM(UK) , Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, Sports Injury Specialist

12.30pm – 1.00pm 

What 'Duty of Candour' means in practice

by Mr Nick Morgan MBBS BSc FRCS (Tr&Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee Specialist

 

1.00pm – 2.00pm 

Lunch 

2.00pm – 3.15pm 

Round Table Discussions

1. PRP: Magic or myth - Can it really help your knee?: Mr Adrian Fairbank

2. The role of arthroscopy in the over 35s: Mr Jonathan Bell

3. Pain Management: Mr Oliver Seyfried

3.15pm – 3.30pm 

Closing by Mr Jonathan Bell FRCS (Orth), Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee Specialist

 


* Programme is subject to change.

 

Additional information

  • No. of places: 50
  • Fee: £95
  • Refreshments and a buffet lunch included

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Date: Saturday 8 June 2019

Time: 8.30am-3.30pm

Venue: Thames Rowing Club, SW15 1LB

No of places: 50

Fee: £95


TO REGISTER CLICK HERE

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