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Friday 5th October 2018
Spire Manchester Hospital, Manchester


About the course

This is a one day course covering the basic principles of shoulder arthroscopy.

During the course we will be discussing the development and rationale behind arthroscopic shoulder surgery and how to set up arthroscopic equipment. Further topics will include patient positioning and diagnosing pathologies for rotator cuff and instability.

There will be 3 live surgery cases scheduled for the day, including instability and rotator cuff repair.

The Arthrex MobileLab will be available for lunchtime saw bone workshops for hands-on experience of the techniques being shown and discussed.

Who should attend

This course is aimed primarily at orthopaedic surgeons in their early stages of training but will also offer insights to more experienced surgeons wishing to view and learn from live surgery cases and discussion. The course is also open to physiotherapists and other health professionals to promote learning and liaison between specialities.

CPD points applied for; previous meetings have each been awarded 6 CPD points.


Course fee & Registration

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Spire Manchester Hospital


The hospital is situated in South Manchester, approximately 20 minutes from both Piccadilly and Victoria railway stations in Manchester city centre, and only 10 minutes from Manchester International Airport.


Course convenor

Socrates Kalogrianitis

Mike Walton

Confirmed Surgeon Faculty:

Prof Lennard Funk, Wrightington Hospital, Wigan
Mr Matthew Kent, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals, Liverpool
Mr Puneet Monga, Wrightington Hospital, Wigan
Mr Barnes Morgan, Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport
Mr Chris Peach, University Hospital of South Manchester
Mr Mike Walton, Wrightington Hospital, Wigan


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Delegates during lecture
Delegates at a lecture