Upcoming CPD evenings
Musculoskeletal Diagnostics & Management Teaching Seminars
Wednesday 07.06.23 19:00-20:30
An informal education seminar highlighting the diagnosis and management of ankle syndesmosis injuries (high ankle sprains). These are commonly mis-diagnosed and poorly managed within the sporting population. The seminar will focus on key subjective and objective criteria in the diagnosis of high ankle sprains whilst highlighting the rehabilitation stages required to return a player to sport.
Mr Andy Roche
MSc FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon
Andy works in the Fortius Clinic, London, a nationally recognised centre of excellence for orthopaedic medicine. Specialising in sports injuries, Andy has a particular interest in the mechanism and optimisation of rehabilitation in elite athletes. Andy has had numerous research articles published and has received both national and regional awards from the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC
Graduating from Cardiff University with First Class Honours, Kelly completed her NHS rotations before entering into private practice at Modus Physiotherapy.
With a strong sporting background, competing at both national and international level in Triathlon, Kelly naturally began to specialise in sports injuries. Within Kelly’s busy caseload, she treats high ankle sprains, ACL ruptures, pars fractures and shoulder instability.
Wednesday 01.03.2023 19:00-20:30
An informal education seminar highlighting tendon pathologies within the upper limb, specifically their diagnosis and management strategies, both conservative and surgical. The session will also include an interesting case study on a shoulder tendinopathy, discussing the ‘shoulder girdle’ and its impact on tendon pathology.
This session is intended as an open discussion format, and we welcome all professionals to add their own experience and knowledge to the evening.
Mr Jeremy Granville-Chapman
MBBS MD FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust and Windsor Upper Limb Private Practice.
With 21 years service in the Armed Forces Medical Corps focussing exclusively on upper limb trauma, Jeremy now works within the NHS and Private Practice sector specialising within common sporting injuries alongside joint replacement surgery. Jeremy is a keen educator regularly teaching doctors and surgeons in Advanced Trauma Life Support and fellowship exams.
MSc Sport and Exercise Physiology, PGDip Manual Therapy, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, MMACP, MCSP, HCPC.
Musculoskeletal Specialist Physiotherapist
Lead physiotherapist at Wellington College & Modus Physiotherapy, carrying out treatment clinics, triage support, injury prevention and pitch side medical support for sporting events.
Wednesday 03.05.2023 19:00-20:30
An informal education seminar discussing anterior knee pain within the adolescent population. This session will highlight potential anatomical and biomechanical factors, alongside differential diagnostics such a JOCD, patella subluxation and osteochondral lesions. The session will include an interesting case study, highlighting the ‘holistic’ approach needed in treating such patients.
Mr Ciaran McGarvey
MA, MSc, FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Consultant Orthopaedic Knee surgeon at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust and Castle View Clinic
Graduating from Cambridge University in 2004. Ciaran completed specialist orthopaedic training at Guy’s, King’s, and St Thomas’s Hospitals in London alongside working with two internationally recognised knee surgeons. Ciaran now specialises in treating both sporting and chronic conditions affecting the knee. He was matchday team doctor for Saracens Rugby Club from 2012-2016.
Mr Henry Bourke
Consultant Orthopaedic & Specialist Knee Surgeon at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust and Castle View Clinic
Qualifying from Imperial College, London, in 2002, Henry Bourke has developed his expertise within the surgical treatment of knee pathologies for over twenty years. Undertaking specialist training at two world renowned sporting institutes, North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre in Sydney, and the Park Clinic in Melbourne, Henry is now a leading voice in the treatment of knee injuries within the South West. Henry prides himself on taking a patient-orientated approach whilst understanding everyone has different demands and goals. He believes a holistic approach to treatment is imperative for a successful outcome, and alongside working at his private practice in Ascot, he continues to work within the NHS at Heatherwood & Wexham park.