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Hand & Wrist Management – Medical Update for Physiotherapists

Hand & Wrist Management – Medical Update for Physiotherapists

APRIL 2018

PROVIDER: Sydney Adventist Hospital

DATE: Tuesday 10 April

TIME: 6.15 Registration & buffet dinner, 7.00pm – 9.00pm Conference

VENUE: Tulloch Conference Room, Level 2, Tulloch Building, Sydney Adventist Hospital, 185 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga, NSW, 2076

SYNOPSIS:

Dr Ian Hargreaves – Examinations of the Wrist & Hand
Dr Hargreaves is an AMO at Sydney Adventist Hospital and San Day Surgery Hornsby. His practice includes arthroscopic surgery and endoscopic carpal tunnel release. His subspecialty is surgery of difficult wrist conditions such as carpal instability, scaphoid fractures and nonunions, and radial or ulnar osteotomies.

Dr Stuart Kirkham – Carpal Tunnel: Signs & Symptoms
This lecture will discuss carpal tunnel anatomy, aetiology, symptoms, signs, staging, prognosis, surgery, complications, revisions, and what can go wrong.
Dr Kirkham graduated MBBS from University of Sydney and obtained FRACS in 1998. After completing the Newcastle AOA training program, he undertook a Hand Surgery Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas USA and obtained a Diploma of Microvascular Surgery through the Department of Plastic Surgery, St Joseph’s Hospital, Houston, Texas. Dr Kirkham is an AMO at Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Dr Ian Edmunds – Assessing & Managing Radial-Sided Wrist Pain
You will learn how to assess and manage the common, and not so common, causes of radial sided wrist pain from trauma, through inflammatory to degenerative conditions and beyond.
Dr Edmunds is a hand and wrist surgeon, trained in Sydney and Boston USA, based at the Hornsby Hand Centre and is an AMO and Sydney Adventist Hospital and San Day Surgery Hornsby. He has a special interest in Dupuytren’s, basal thumb arthritis and trauma.

REGISTRATION: RSVPs are required for this free event – Register at http://www.sah.org.au/event-detail?id=300

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