Friday 29th & Saturday 30th March 2019
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
LIVE SHOULDER SURGERY
Additional Faculty to be confirmed soon.
Mr Ben Gooding
Mr Ben Gooding
Mr Gooding is a Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon and Clinical Chairman of Circle Nottingham.
He has private clinics at Spire Nottingham, Circle Nottingham and The BMI Park Hospital.
He is registered with all major private medical insurance providers.
His fellowship training includes:
• The Mayo Clinic, USA
• Harvard Orthopaedics, Boston USA
• as the British Shoulder and Elbow Society Travelling Fellow 2012.
• Australia – Southern Orthopaedics and The Sydney Shoulder Institute
• as the Malkin Travelling Fellow 2011.
• Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship.
• Sheffield Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship.
His local training includes the Nottingham University Hospitals, Derby Hospitals and Chesterfield Royal Hospital. His NHS clinics are at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre and Nottingham University Hospitals
• Soft Tissue Injury of the Shoulder.
• Degenerative conditions of the Shoulder.
• Shoulder fractures.
• Trauma, soft tissue and ligament injuries.
• Arthritis and Elbow replacement.
His clinical practice includes both arthroscopic and open surgery.
He hosts the specialist referral service for complex elbow surgery at Nottingham University Hospitals.
He has a particular interest in education and has been involved in development of orthopaedic assessment tools and medical websites.
He performs over 500 operations per year and routinely monitors clinical outcomes.
He has one of the largest shoulder and elbow replacement practices in the UK.
Positions Of Responsibility:
Chair of the Greater Nottingham Clinical Cabinet, 2017 – 2018.
Clinical Chairman of Circle Nottingham and UK Hospitals Exec Board member for Circle Health, 2017 – present, British Elbow and Shoulder Society Education Committee 2012-2014.
Co-Organiser of the British Shoulder and Elbow Society congress in Nottingham 2014.
Mr Rohit Gupta
Mr. Rohit Gupta
Mr. Rohit Gupta, B.Sc.(Hons), M.B.B.S., F.R.C.S.(Eng), F.R.C.S.(Tr&Orth)
Mr. Rohit Gupta's undergraduate training took place at Guy's Hospital Medical School, University of London, qualifying in 1993. His post-graduate surgical training was at Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospitals, London. Specialist orthopaedic training was undertaken in the South East Thames region of the NHS. Upon completion of his orthopaedic training, he undertook one year of specialist surgical Fellowship training in Shoulder / Upper Limb Surgery & Sports Medicine / Arthroscopic Surgery in Perth, Australia in 2003-4.
He was appointed as Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in shoulder & upper limb surgery at Ashford & St. Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Chertsey, Surrey in 2005. He has developed a practice concentrating on complex shoulder and elbow reconstructive surgery, including reverse / revision arthroplasty, shoulder arthroscopic surgery, and complex upper limb trauma. He runs a monthly complex tertiary referral clinic, attracting numerous referrals throughout the region for second opinions, and referrals for complex reconstructive procedures, including revision shoulder and elbow arthroplasty, lat dorsi tendon transfer, superior capsular reconstruction, arthroscopic ACJ stabilisation, and arthroscopic partial resurfacing.
He is recognised nationally / internationally as a surgical instructor in arthroscopy & arthroplasty, regularly teaching on cadaveric and live surgery courses. He is also an invited lecturer on surgical masterclasses held at the BESS and BOA annual conferences. He takes his surgical educator role extremely seriously, and takes a lot of pride in supervising his senior clinical Fellowship in upper limb surgery for the past 7 years.
He is widely published in peer reviewed medical literature, and his research interests cover a broad spectrum of shoulder surgery.
Mr Socrates Kalogrianitis
Mr Socrates Kalogrianitis
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.
Dr Markus Klingenberg
Dr Markus Klingenberg
Dr. Markus Klingenberg is a consultant for orthopedic surgery and sports medicine at the international private Beta Clinic in Bonn, Germany. He is specialized in the arthroscopic treatment of shoulder, knee and ankle joints. In addition he is head of the department for sports medicine and rehabilitation at Beta Clinic. The Olympic center in Cologne, Germany recently nominated him as a medical advisor.
Dr. Klingenberg is a specialist registrar for orthopedic / trauma surgeon, sports medicine and emergency medicine. He graduated at the University of Bonn after spending internships in Innsbruck, London, Boston and Zurich. He completed his residency in Bonn, Zurich, Cologne and Straubing focussing on the arthroscopic treatment of shoulder, knee and ankle injuries.
During the last years he gained extensive experience in the conservative and intraoperative application of ACP, ACP Tendo and SVF/ACP as treatment options in orthopedic upper and lower limb disorders. As an instructor for Arthrex he also frequently lectures about orthobiological treatment options.
Besides, Dr. Klingenberg is an author and specialist board member for several magazines. His particular interests are functional assessments and correctives in prevention and management of sports injuries. In 2018 he summarised his outstanding experience and expertise concerning sports injuries in his first book „Return To Sport“. Additionally he developed a special master course „Return to sport“ for physicians, physiotherapists and coaches which he has been teaching ever since.
I was born in Glasgow and moved out to Johannesburg in 1975. I studied medicine at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and then returned to Edinburgh in 1989 to do my basic surgical training.
I completed a one year Fellowship in Toronto in 1998/1999 with Dr Anthony Miniaci which included complex shoulder arthroscopy, shoulder replacement and revision surgery as well as soft tissue knee surgery.
I was appointed a Consultant in Edinburgh on the 1st January 1999 and my current practice is made up entirely of shoulder surgery, including shoulder arthroscopy, reconstruction and joint replacement.
I was an ABC (American British Canadian) Travelling Fellow in 2002.
I am a member of the British Shoulder and Elbow Society (BESS) and had the pleasure of hosting it in Edinburgh in 2006. I am a member of the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow (SECEC) and a member of ISAKOS.
I have been involved in the care of Scottish Rugby Union players with shoulder injuries for more than 10 years.
My outside interests involve sport. I have run 4 marathons although my interest is now in triathlon and open water swimming. I also enjoy surfing and on calmer days, sea kayaking.
Mr Hannan Mullett
Mr Hannan Mullett
Hannan specialises in arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery of the shoulder. He routinely treats elite and professional athletes, with particular interest in shoulder injuries in GAA, Rugby and contact sports. He is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Sports Surgery Clinic, Beaumont Hospital, Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital and Blackrock clinic since 2005.
He is a founder member of the Irish Shoulder and Elbow Society.
He is an honorary senior lecturer at the RCSI.
He is involved in a number of research projects and regularly teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate medical, sports therapy and sports medicine students. He has over 70 publications in peer reviewed publications and has given over 200 presentations.
Hannan lectures nationally and internationally on Shoulder Surgery. He is published widely in medical journals and a member of many international and national professional organizations including the American Shoulder & Elbow surgery Society, European Shoulder & Elbow Society and British Shoulder & Elbow Society . He is the national delegate for Ireland for the European Shoulder and Elbow society.
Dr Dirk Petré
Dr. Dirk Petré, M.D.
Dr. Petré graduated as a doctor from the University of Antwerp in 1992 and completed his orthopaedic training in in 1998.
Then he undertook sub-specialty fellowships in shoulder surgery at the Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, the Monica Hospital in Antwerp and the Cape Shoulder Institute in Cape Town.
In addition he visited shoulder services in San Antiono, Zurich, Stockholm, Münster, Amsterdam, Salzburg, Bern, Milan, London Ontario and Nottingham.
He is a member of various international societies (e.g.European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy, International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow).
Today he is consultant in the department of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at the Sint-Jozefkliniek in Izegem,Belgium.
His surgical interests include the management of sports injuries, rotator cuff disorders, shoulder instability, degenerative shoulder disorders and failed shoulder arthroplasty.
Matt Ravenscroft is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises entirely in Shoulder and Elbow disorders and Upper Limb trauma. His areas of expertise are arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and elbow, upper limb joint replacement surgery and sports injuries to the upper limb. Matt is also experienced in shoulder ultrasound examinations which can help lead to a quicker diagnosis and treatment. His NHS base is Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport.
Prof Duncan Tennent
Prof Duncan Tennent
Prof. Duncan Tennent BSc(Hons), FRCS(Orth), PgCert(MedEd), MAcadMEd, FFSTEd qualified from St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1992. After training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, he spent a year on an arthroscopic fellowship in Virginia, USA. He was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at St. George’s Hospital, London in 2003. He was appointed as an Honorary Reader in Orthopaedic Education at the medical school in 2015 and as Professor in 2018.
He is also the Director of Medical Education at the SWLEOC Orthopaedic Education Centre.
His particular interests are arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and elbow and he also spends much of his time on complex reconstructions of both joints following trauma. He has written a textbook of arthroscopic surgery as well as publishing a number of scientific articles on the subject and holds the patent for a revolutionary arthroscopic technique for reconstruction of the Acromio-clavicular Joint – The Tightrope Technique.
He lectures both nationally and internationally on shoulder and arthroscopic surgery and teaches undergraduate and postgraduate surgery at St. George’s Hospital. He was the chair of the Board of Surgical Education at the Medical School and the Academic lead for the USMLE (American Medical Exam) as well as undergraduate orthopaedics. He is an examiner for FRCS(Orth) and undergraduate medical finals (MBBS). He runs the Surgical Approaches to the Shoulder and Elbow Course at St. George’s Hospital with Mr Pearse and Mr Arnander.
He is also the past Chair of the Education Committee and currently Treasurer of the British Shoulder & Elbow Society and was the Scientific Chairman of ArthroLondon 2012 a large arthroscopy and scientific meeting held at the ExCel Centre.
Prof. Tennent reviews for a number of specialist journals including the the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and the Journal of Arthroscopy as well as being on the editorial board of the Bone and Joint Journal.
Dr John M Tokish
Dr John M Tokish
Dr. Tokish is a 1991 USAF Academy graduate where he was an Academic All-American and All Conference Linebacker in 1990. He graduated medical school from the University of Washington, Seattle and completed residency at the University of Arizona. He was elected to AOA during his medical education and completed an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine fellowship at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Vail Colorado in 2001. He returned to the Air Force Academy and served as head team physician and chief of sports medicine from 2001-2009. He spent one year at Luke AFB, Arizona where he was an Assistant Team Physician for the Phoenix Coyotes. In 2010, he was transferred to Honolulu, HI, where he was appointed Residency Program Director at Tripler Army Medical Center. He separated from the military in 2014, and joined the Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas. He is currently the Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship, and serves as an adjunct Professor for the Clemson school of bioengineering as well as in the Clemson School of Health Research.
Dr. Tokish has authored over 75 peer reviewed publications and book chapters, and is the editor of two books. He has received funding from the OREF, NIH, and US government granting agencies. He established the military's first orthopaedic sports medicine outcomes database, and has established the first sports medicine QCDR in the US. His work has been awarded the Hughston award by the American Journal of Sports Medicine in 2016, as well as the AirCast Award for basic science and the The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Fellow Research Award in Clinical Science.
Dr. Tokish served as President of the Society of Military Orthopaedic Surgeons in 2010, and was founder of the SOMOS research collaborative. He served two tours of duty in support of the Global War on Terror. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Hawkins Foundation, CEROrtho, Orthopaedics Today, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA). He was the AANA Education chair from 2014-2016, and the Program Chair for the 2016 Annual Meeting. He has given over 200 national and international podium presentations, and has founded or chaired more than 15 national Orthopaedic Meetings.
Graham Tytherleigh-Strong works in the Department of Orthopaedics and Trauma, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK. Graham is an Orthopaedic Surgeon and his research is focused predominantly on the shoulder and, in particular, on instability and rotator cuff tears. He has a special interest in all aspects of the sternoclavicular joint and particularly in arthroscopic techniques and the management of instability.
Peter qualified from the Bradford Hospitals School of Physiotherapy in 1988. He has worked in Coventry, Oxford and London. He moved to his current role in Devon in 2000 working full time in the NHS as an extended scope physiotherapist in the Exeter shoulder and elbow unit and also at a private clinic. He works autonomously with his orthopaedic colleagues and has presented on the accuracy of an extended scope physiotherapist listing for shoulder surgery. He is a leading clinician in the South West with extensive experience of tertiary referral complex shoulder conditions, with a particular interest in atraumatic shoulder instability. He lectures nationally and has presented at the British Elbow and Shoulder Society and the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow. He is a member of the British Shoulder and Elbow Society. Peter is also the AHP representative and organiser of the South West England & South Wales Shoulder & Elbow Orthopaedic Meeting for the discussion of complex cases
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.
Qualified from Brunel University in 1997 and completed an MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at UCL in 2002. Started working for English Institute of Sport in 2004 with athletics and in a multisport role and became Technical Lead for Paralympic Sport in 2012. Lead Physio with GB ParaSwimming 2003-2013 and was lead physiotherapist with the British Paralympic Association for Rio 2016 and the Winter Games in Pyeongchang 2018.
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.
Gemma Parry MSc, MCSP
Gemma Parry graduated with an MSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham in 2011 and MSc in Sports Rehabilitation in 2016 from the University of Salford, working in both the NHS and private practise. She was the lead physiotherapist to GB Short Track Speed Skating at PyeongChang Winter Olympics and has previously occupied positions with GB Boxing through the English Institute of Sport, Birmingham City FC, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Manchester United Soccer Schools. Gemma is currently completing her PhD with The University of Salford, her thesis is dedicated to the reliability and validity of musculoskeletal screening and profiling tools.