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Saturday, February 3rd 2018
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham


About the course

The 2018 QE Shoulder Arthroscopy Live Surgery Course will be its 7th year.

Delegates will observe multiple live surgeries of breakthrough and state of the art arthroscopic techniques including:

  • Superior Capsular Reconstruction
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • ArthroLatarjet
  • Pan Labral repair
  • Proximal Biceps
  • Supracapsular Nerve release
  • ACJ Reconstruction

We utilise Arthrex SynergyHD4K Camera systems to deliver the best picture quality available and have a two way audio link to the operating theatres. This encourages active dialogue during procedures not only from the faculty but also from the auditorium audience; it is the dialogue and discussion which makes this event unique.

Alongside this unique opportunity to view live arthroscopic surgery there is a separate afternoon break out session for Physiotherapists with in-depth presentations from national experts on latest rehabilitation strategies.

Who should attend

The course is aimed at surgeons and physiotherapists of all levels of experience and interest in arthroscopic shoulder surgery and sports injuries.

CPD points applied for. 2017 meeting was awarded 6 CPD points.


Course fee & Registration

Register here

QE Hospital, Birmingham


The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham is the largest single site hospital in the UK. We are very proud to work with this hospital and the direct clinical services they provide to nearly 1 million patients every year.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is designated a Level 1 Trauma Centre and treats all seriously injured military personal evacuated from overseas.


Course convenors

Socrates Kalogrianitis
Mr. Socrates Kalogrianitis
Caroline Miller
Mrs. Caroline Miller

Confirmed Surgeon Faculty:

Dr Matthias Flury, Schulthess Klinik, Zurich, Switzerland
Prof Lennard Funk, Wrightington Hospital, Wigan
Mr Rohit Gupta, Ashford and St Peters Hospitals, Surrey
Dr Laurence Higgins, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA
Ms Julie McBirnie, Royal Edinburgh Infirmary, Edinburgh
Mr Matthew Ravenscroft, Stepping Hill, Stockport
Mr Duncan Tennent, St George's, London
Mr Graham Tytherleigh-Strong, Addenbrookes, Cambridge

Confirmed Physiotherapist Faculty:

Dr Ian Horsley, England Institute of Sport and Football Association
Dr Emma Salt, Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Mr Allan MacDonald, British Judo
Deborah Williams, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore)


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Delegates during lecture
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Entrance to meeting
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