Advanced Management of Hip Injuries in Sports - Webinar - UPMC

Advanced Management of Hip Injuries in Sports – Webinar

Please join UPMC Sports Medicine for the third in a series of webinars designed to inform physicians, physiotherapists, and other healthcare providers on the latest treatments and approaches to a variety of sports medicine injuries. Presentations will be live streamed and webinar participants will have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A session following each topic.
The event is free to all attendees and will commence at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, 30 June. Register here: www.medcafe.ie. 

EVENT CHAIRMAN

Dr. Srino Bharam MD, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, New York, USA

PRESENTERS & TOPICS

10-Year Success and Survivorship Following Arthroscopic Correction of FAI
Mr. Patrick Carton, MD FRCS (Orth) FFSEM, Director of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, UPMC in Ireland

Video Demonstration: Optimising Post-Operative Rehabilitation Utilising the Anti-Gravity Treadmill
Derek O’Neill, MISCP, Senior Physiotherapist, UPMC Sports Medicine

The Importance of Range of Motion Assessment in Athletes with FAI
David Filan MSc, Senior Clinical Research Scientist, UPMC in Ireland

Deconstructing the controversy of biologics in the Treatment of Non-Arthritic hip pain
Karen Mullins, MSc, PhD, Clinical Research Scientist, UPMC Sports Medicine

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Mr. Patrick Carton, MD, FRCS (Orth), FFSEM, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Director of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, UPMC in Ireland
Mr. Patrick Carton is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon, specialising in sports-related hip, groin, and knee injuries and reconstructive surgery of the hip joint. He is an internationally renowned specialist in preservation hip surgery and to date, has performed more than 3,000 ‘keyhole’ hip arthroscopy procedures for the treatment of labral tears and femoro-acetabular impingement. He is an active member of the International Society of Hip Arthroscopy, a fellow of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine, Royal College of Surgeon Ireland and an honorary fellow of the World Society of Sports and Exercise Medicine. He also serves as an honorary research associate at the Department of Health, Sports, and Exercise at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT).

Dr. Srino Bharam MD, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, New York, USA
Dr. Bharam is an internationally recognized orthopaedic specialist. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, with subspecialty certification in sports medicine. He has achieved master-level experience in treating the hip, shoulder and knee. Dr. Bharam was trained by world-renowned hip surgeon, Dr. Marc Philippon and also received training at Harvard Massachusetts General Hospital, where he received the Harvard Partners in Excellence Award for Orthopaedic Trauma Service.

Derek O Neill MMEdSc, MISCP Chartered Physiotherapist
Derek is a graduate of Brighton University where he obtained a first-class honours degree in Physiotherapy. He also holds a post graduate diploma in musculoskeletal medicine and a MSc in sports medicine at University College Cork. He completed his training in London with the NHS specialised in musculoskeletal rehabilitation. While in the UK he worked with elite athletes at Queens Park rangers, GB athletics and national league rugby. Derek has a specialised interest in concussion rehabilitation, having training with the internationally accredited UPMC concussion clinic in Pittsburgh, and now is the network lead for the UPMC concussion programme here in Ireland. He is the lead physiotherapist with Waterford Football Club and UPMC sports medicine at WIT Sports Arena. He is also a guest lecturer on the master’s programme in sports and exercises medicine at UCC.

Karen Mullins PhD
Karen is a clinical researcher at UPMC Sports Medicine Clinic, who graduated in 2013 with first class honours in Sport Science and Health from the Institute of Technology Tallaght. Following this, she began her PhD research at Waterford Institute of Technology under the supervision of Dr. Michael Hanlon and Mr Patrick Carton. The project entitled, “Femoroacetabular Impingement: Injury etiology and performance outcomes following arthroscopic surgery” quantified the differences in performance measures such as sprinting and agility in athletes who required surgery for femoroacetabular impingement compared to healthy control subjects who played the same sports at the same level. Changes in these measures were tracked 12 weeks and 1 year following surgery. This project also assessed hip movements during 70-minute intercounty hurling games using 2D and 3D video analysis, to quantify the hip specific demands of the game.

David Filan, PhD
David is a Senior Clinical Research Assistant based in the Clinical Outcomes Department at UPMC Whitfield since 2015. He graduated with BSc in Biology from NUI Maynooth in 2010 and MSc in Applied Cognitive Neuroscience from Sheffield Hallam University in 2011 where he also worked as an Associate Lecturer thereafter. To date, his main focused area of research is within orthopaedics and in particular the clinical impact of arthroscopic management of patients treated for femoroacetabular impingement. He has published a number of peer-reviewed papers within this area and has presented findings from research conducted from The Hip and Groin Clinic, UPMC Whitfield at a number of national and international conferences. He is also an active Reviewer for AJSM and OJSM.

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