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Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference 2018

Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference 2018

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7th Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference in association with European College of Sports and Exercise Physicians

Thursday 13th - Friday 14th September 2018
Hallam Conference Centre
London


Inspiring clinical excellence - thinking beyond biomechanics

This two-day conference will include lectures, workshops and informal discussions delivered by experts from across Europe. 

Topics include: 

  • An update on aetiology
  • Treatment and pathomechanics of Achilles tendinopathy and plantar heel pain
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Extra-corporeal shock wave therapy
  • and many more.


The conference is relevant to all Podiatrists, even those who may only have a passing interest in MSK / Biomechanics. The aim of the conference is to enhance the scope of practice of all clinicians (podiatrists, medical doctors, sports doctors, therapists) and encourage multi-disciplinary approach to patient management. Networking is an integral part of this conference with formal and informal discussions with world experts in their field. Every year around 120 delegates attend and the overwhelming majority find the conference inspiring and in some cases, career changing. 


Standard fees

2 day conference fee £250.00 

1 day conference fee £140.00

Postgraduate student fees

2 day conference fee £180.00

1 day conference fee £90.00

Undergraduate student fees

Limited free places. Terms and conditions apply

 

Online booking and website


For further details or to register:
Email: academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com 
Telephone: +44 (0) 114 225 9143

Email: academia.bbmuk@bbraun.com
Telephone: +44 (0) 114 225 9143


Podiatrist, Ms Hannah Fordham stated, 'The Podiatric Sports Medicine Conference was an excellent experience. Having completed the PGCert in Podiatric Sports Medicine I was able to meet people in the profession I had heard about, speak with several reps and get hands on with equipment I was considering having in my clinic.  The lectures were very interesting and I have applied so much knowledge I gained from the conference into my clinical practice. I will be attending this year’s conference for sure, great way to keep informed about the latest treatments and research findings.' 

Conference Organiser, Dr Nat Padhiar states, 'The conference brings together clinicians from all backgrounds, ability and expertise and, to create an atmosphere of learning with no boundaries. As podiatrists we have so much to offer to all our patients and, have to start thinking beyond biomechanics. Everybody is welcome and this year the conference is free to under-graduate students, cost price to post-graduate students and affordable for all delegates.'