Sports and dance injuries: an overview
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This video comprises of 4 lectures edited together to form one CPD point. When viewed together the lectures provide an overview of sports and dance injuries.
Lecture 1 - Mr Chinmay Gupte (Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust)
'Sports and Dance Injuries of the Knee: An Overview'
Lecture 2 - Miss Anna Brodrick (Physiotherapist, Central School of Ballet and English National Ballet School)
'Chondral Defects: The Physio's Perspective'
Lecture 3 - Mr Raphael Brandon (Head of Strength & Conditioning, English Institute of Sport)
'Chondral Defects: The Strength and Conditioning Coach's Perspective.'
Lecture 4 - Mr Fares Haddad (Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University College Hospitals; Director, Institute of Sport Exercise and Health, University College London)
'Chondral Defects: A Surgeon's Perspective'
The lectures were filmed at an event called: 'From injury to performance: Lessons to share in dance and sports'.
Date of Lecture: 4th April 2011
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