Friday 29th & Saturday 30th March 2019
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
LIVE SHOULDER SURGERY
Additional Faculty to be confirmed soon.
Mr Kalogrianitis has a special interest in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and arthroscopic shoulder stabilisation techniques including arthroscopic Bankart Repair and arthroscopic Latarjet procedure. He was appointed Consultant to the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust with a special interest in Shoulder surgery.
Mr Kalogrianitis works privately at the Priory Hospital in Birmingham, the Sutton Medical Centre in Sutton Coldfield and 9 Harley Street Clinic in London. He maintains close links with the physiotherapy unit at the hospital to provide a continuum of rehabilitation. Mr Kalogrianitis has been involved in clinical research resulting in publications and presentations on different aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery.
Martin qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2006 and after completing a broad range of physiotherapy rotations, specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at QEHB in 2012. Martin has a specialist interest in upper limb pathology and rehabilitation.
Martin was involved in the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games as a physiotherapist within the athletes village and field of play for squash and table tennis. Other sports experience includes Premier League Academy Football, British Judo, UK Ultimate (Frisbee), British Universities and Colleges Sport, and England Hockey’s 2014 Future’s Cup. Martin is HCPC registered and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine.
Caroline Miller works as an Upper Limb Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist and an Upper Limb research therapist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. Currently she is on an NIHR funded PHd bridging pathway looking at upper limb peripheral nerve injuries. She has worked as an Upper Limb Specialist since 2001.
Caroline has led on developing the Trusts Physiotherapy guidelines post shoulder surgery and peripheral nerve injury. Specific interests include rehabilitation of the patient post upper limb trauma and particularly post traumatic shoulder and peripheral nerve injuries.
Caroline also lectures regularly on the University of Birmingham Master’s program (Upper Quadrant Module). Following completion of her Masters Caroline published her research study on the validity of the lag signs in patients with shoulder pain in a peer reviewed journal and continues to act as a reviewer for the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.