Controversies and Issues in Managing the Sporting Foot & Ankle
Keynote Speakers included:
Jon Karlsson Sweden
Next Conference will be in June 2017
Sports Foot & Ankle 2015 was the third conference of its kind in the successful Sports Surgery series organised by Warwick Orthopaedics. Sports Surgery Conferences are international events and are CPD-approved. They are directed at Surgeons, Sports Physicians, Physiotherapists and Podiatrists who treat young patients with sports-related foot and ankle injuries. The 2015 Conference addressed current and future challenges for the athlete.
Topics and Debates
Delegates enjoyed a mix of keynote lectures, presentations, debate and informal discussions with a wealth of distinguished speakers from the UK and abroad.
There were opportunities to take part in workshops and discussion groups throughout the conference.
Delegates had the opportunity to enjoy a conference dinner on the first evening and, as this was a residential course, they also had a rare opportunity to network with other delegates and faculty in an informal setting.
Sports Foot & Ankle at the Ricoh Arena
Located just two minutes off Junction 3 of the M6 motorway network, the Ricoh Arena offers a sporting backdrop for the latest in Warwick Orthopaedics’ Sports Surgery Conferences.
With 121 bedrooms to choose from consisting of standard doubles, family and executive rooms as well as serviced apartments for those who plan on staying a little while longer, the on-site De Vere Hotel is the perfect complement to the Conference. All rooms have tea and coffee making, en-suite, Sky TV and the famous Sealy beds for a wonderful night’s sleep. Singers Bar and Bistro offers a range of freshly prepared great British classic dishes, fine wines, lagers and beers and the venue offers free Wi-Fi and car parking for hotel guests and business users.
For details of future Sports Shoulder Conferences, please contact David Penford.
Themes for 2015
In 2015 we focused on the hot topics and latest developments in foot & ankle surgery for the young, active adult.
The Conference was aimed at clinicians with a special interest in hip surgery and assumes a current knowledge of the challenges facing health professionals.
Topics will include:
• Achilles Tendon rupture
• Insertional Achilles problems
• Navicular injury
• EHL, Tibialis Anterior and Posterior tendon problems
• Hallux rigidus in the athlete
• Sesamoid injury
• Midfoot injuries in the athlete
• Peroneal tendon problems
• Osteochondral lesions of the ankle
• Lateral Ankle Ligament management – acute and chronic