Sports Knee

ST GEORGE'S PARK | BURTON-ON-TRENT

Sports Knee Surgery 2019: Another round of current controversy|debate|discussion

The conference is aimed at Consultants with a special interest in knee surgery and assumes a current knowledge in the challenges facing the knee surgeon.

Sessions Include
  • PCL & ACL
  • Collaterals
  • Allografts cost effectiveness & graft choice
  • Early OA
  • Biologics
  • Patello-Femoral
  • Chondral
  • Injury prevention: Primary and Re-injury
  • New Innovations: Mini metal
  • Multilig injuries

The sessions will focus the clinical advances that will affect the way we manage the complex knee. The 2019 Programme will feature ligament reconstruction with Freddie Fu, the patellofemoral joint with Professor Beidert and osteochondral allografts with Bill Bugbee and Seth Sherman.

Sports Knee is always superb, yet I sincerely feel that 2017 has been the best knee meeting in the UK that I have ever attended.

Terry Byca
General Manager | Arthrex | 2017

The Warwick Orthopaedics Sports Injury Conferences offer a wide range of concepts, ideas and results, ready for critical analysis by the delegates, and reflect the importance of time for discussion. The meetings last two days and with a conference dinner in the evening, and another high quality international and national expert faculty will be resident and available for interrogation.

2019 Faculty

Roland Beidert Switzerland

Mark Bowditch UK

Bill Bugbee US

Sam Church UK

Freddie Fu US

Alan Getgood US

Rob LaPrade US

Nick London UK

Peter Myers Australia

Tom Patt Netherlands

Seth Sherman Us

Peter Verdonk Belgium

Andy Williams UK

SAVE THE DATE!

Sports Knee 2020 is 25-26 November 2019 at St George’s Park Burton-on-Trent
SPORTS KNEE ARCHIVE
Sports Knee 2015

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The Warwick Orthopaedic Sports Surgery Conference Series is accredited by the British Orthopaedic Association for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development. Warwick Orthopaedics is neither part of nor governed by either Warwick Medical School or the University of Warwick.