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FISIC'17

Foot and Ankle Conditions and Treatments

 

Tickets for FISIC'17 are now available here

A multidisciplinary conference on the theme of sports injuries, 'from start to finish'. For orthopaedic surgeons, sports physicians, physiotherapists and all other healthcare professionals working in sport, at all levels.

When: 27th September 2017 – 28th September 2017

Where: The Queen Elizabeth II Conference centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

CPD: FISIC ’15 was awarded 12 CPD points from the BOA and the RCP. We anticipate the same will be awarded for FISIC’17

The conference dinner will be held on the 27th September 2016 at One Great George Street. The subsidised ticket price includes a pre-dinner drinks reception and a 4 course dinner plus tea/coffee.

 

FISIC'15

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All FISIC'15 presentations are now available to view here

More than 650 delegates and speakers attended the Fortius International Sports Injury Conference (FISIC ‘15) in central London on 13th and 14th October, 2015. They gathered to review the latest thinking and best practice in performance sports injury treatment and management of return to play for athletes.

The programme attracted orthopaedic surgeons, sports physicians, physiotherapists and other sports and exercise professionals, offering a unique opportunity to hear leading experts with international reputations, who presented and debated as multi-disciplinary panels.

Amongst the delegates were 70 members of World Rugby’s top medical teams who came to debate and learn more on the current medical issues and hot topics within their sport from concussion, to management of return to play. The event was timed to coincide with a brief interlude in play before the Quarter Finals, and gave team medical personnel a unique opportunity to participate in a world-class, multidisciplinary congress.

As well as rugby relevant subjects, the varied programme covered a wide range of topics, including joint specific sessions with more technical content, overviews of more specialist areas such as disability sport or the adolescent athlete, presentations of the latest science on muscle injuries & repair, bone health and cell therapies, and debates on the merits of PRP injections.

On 13th October, running alongside the main sports injury conference, is a specific GP programme covering musculoskeletal conditions and injuries commonly seen in a regular GP practice, by recreational athletes as well as inactive individuals. The topics ranged from ‘The Role of The Sports Physician’ to the ‘Examination for Patellofemoral Pain – Tips and Tricks’, from ‘Hand Injuries with a Normal X-Ray’ to ‘Low Back Pain – the Really Important Things to Exclude’.

Our FISIC bloggers have given their account of the sessions that they attended. These can be viewed using the menu on the right.  

 

Testimonials

"I just wanted to congratulate you both and all your team on an excellent conference. It was a great event, and there was a real buzz of excitement during the sessions". Richard Keen, Consultant Rheumatologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Metabolic Bone Disease

"I do not have the words to sufficiently express my thanks at the wonderful work that you and your entire team accomplished. I have chaired, sponsored and hosted hundreds of meetings over the past three decades but never have I participated in one so well organized". Mark Myerson, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Surgeon