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Orthopaedics: debunking the myths what does and what doesn't actually work

    Tuesday 24th April 2018
    18:00 to 20:30
    Boardroom, 2nd floor St Olaf House, London Bridge Hospital
    Conditions of the Hip, Knee, Foot & Ankle, Shoulder, Hand & Wrist and Spine
    Consultants from London Sports Orthopaedics
    TimeSessionSpeaker
    6.00pm-6.30pmRegistration and refreshments
    6:30pm-6:35pmIntroduction t o LSO Mr Ian McDermott
    6.35pm-6.50pm"Plantar fasciitis doesn’t need treatment: it simply gets better on its own!"Mr Aria Ghassemi
    6.50pm-7.05pm"Knee arthroscopy doesn’t work!"Mr Ian McDermott
    7.05pm-7.20pm"Back pain: it simply gets better on its own with just time!"Dr Ben Huntley
    7.20pm-7.35pm"Subacromial decompression is pointless!"Mr Livio Di Mascio
    7.35pm-7.50pm"Hip replacement is a procedure of limited value!"Mr Vipin Asopa
    7.50pm-8.05pm"Carpal tunnel syndrome can simply be managed conservatively!"Mr Mark Phillips
    8.05pm-8.30pm Q&A session

    Join London Sports Orthopaedics for an evening discussing and debunking the myths in Orthopaedics. The Consultants of London Sports Orthopaedics return to the St Olaf Boardroom, providing a Head to Toe account of the typical statements you'll hear around medical professionals, but not all statements should be trusted.  

    Be prepared for an entertaining night of debate, research and years of clinical experience in the various subspecialties of Orthopaedics. 

    There'll be plenty of "Take Home" messages for GP's for clinical practice including how to manage common problems, when to refer and important language to impart to patients.