You are invited to Pure Sports Medicine Clinic’s inaugural SEMM study day!
This will be an interesting and fun day of continuing professional development for all in the field of musculoskeletal healthcare, where ideas and discussions about what is contemporaneous in Sport, Exercise & Musculoskeletal Medicine can be shared in an intimate setting in central London.
Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) was officially recognised as a medical specialty in the UK in 2005. All 12 consultant SEM physicians at Pure Sports Medicine are on the General Medical Council’s (GMC) specialist register and are Fellows of the UK Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine.
The inaugural SEMM study day reflects the broad medical spectrum of what SEM has to offer.
Topics are deliberately varied and range from discussion of the use of injection therapies in tendinopathy; medical masqueraders in musculoskeletal medicine to be aware of; mental health pathology and relative energy deficiency in sport (known previously as the female athlete triad).
The breadth of the study day also covers paediatric and adolescent sports injuries; pathologies seen on diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound in clinic; endurance event medicine planning and preparation; shockwave therapy and its current use in sports and soft tissue injuries.
We have invited 2 eminent keynote speakers- Mr Simon Lambert & Mr Alexander Montgomery- to speak of cutting edge developments in their respective specialties of upper limb and spinal surgery.
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We would love to see you there!
Topics & Speakers include:
Registration & Tea/Coffee
Introduction to SEMM study day-
Dr Rick Seah
Session Chair: Dr Michael Burdon
Corticosteroids & Tendinopathy: Can they ever be friends? -
What is the evidence for injections in tendinopathy?
Dr Lorenzo Masci
10.10- 10.40 am
Musculoskeletal Medical Masqueraders:
Case Studies & Pitfalls To Avoid!
Dr James Noake
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S):
Principles, Diagnosis & Management.
Dr Farrah Jawad
MORNING BREAK & NETWORKING
Session Chair: Dr Farrah Jawad
KEYNOTE SPEAKER 1:
The Contemporaneous Shoulder:
o Labral and rotator cuff tears- When should we consider surgery?
o Is there still a role for subacromial decompression/ impingement surgery?
o Shoulder instability- Past and present concepts.
Mr Simon Lambert,
Consultant Shoulder & Elbow Surgeon
Mental Health in Sport
Dr Catherine Lester
Session Chair: Dr Anthony Waring
Paediatric & Adolescent Sports Injuries
Dr Stephen Thompson
KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2:
Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (MIS):
Why? How? When?
Mr Alexander Montgomery
AFTERNOON BREAK & NETWORKING
Session Chair: Dr Jonathan Korgaonkar
Pathologies encountered in an NHS MSK Ultrasound List
Dr James Thing
Identifying & Managing Injuries Associated With Endurance & Obstacle Races
Dr Natasha Beach
Current concepts & clinical uses
Dr Anthony Waring
4.50 – 4.55pm
Dr Rick Seah
Feedback Forms & CPD Certificates
This Study Day is suitable for the following audience:
General Practitioners & other medical practitioners,
All other allied health professionals.