Ms Anju Jaggi, Prof Ann Cools, Annelies Maenhout, Mr Ian Bayley, Miss Jo Gibson, Associate Prof Karen Ginn, Karin Hekman, Prof Lennard Funk, Mr Simon Lambert
AIM: `The Challenge of the Rotator Cuff’
Shoulder pain is now the third highest musculoskeletal complaint in the UK and set to rise given the increasing needs of a growing elderly population. Current treatment concepts range from exercise therapy through to surgery, but lack common evaluation criteria. This symposium invites internationally renowned speakers to discuss the aetiology and management of rotator cuff disease.
The day will cover key areas including; epidemiology, clinical assessment, injection/therapy and surgical management. The afternoon session will include discussion of clinical cases studies utilising the expertise of the faculty.
The day is applicable to all clinicians; physiotherapists and doctors including GPs and surgeons.
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The British Library Conference Centre
96 Euston Road
£90.00 – EUSSER Members
£120.00 – non EUSSER Members
£150.00 – Attend Conference & EUSSER Membership*
*The membership includes online access to the Shoulder and Elbow journal and discounts to future EUSSER organised events.
All registration fee includes refreshments, lunch and Certificate of Attendance
The European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation is the only Europe wide society that connects healthcare professionals with an interest in shoulder and elbow dysfunction. The objective of the society is to provide the highest standard of information and education to enhance patient care. The society is supported by other organisations such as SECEC/ESSSE (European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow) and ESSKA (European Society of Sports Traumatology knee surgery and arthroscopy).
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