GP/Physio Education Event - Non-surgical treatments for joint and soft tissue conditions
Nuffield Health’s Learning Programme has been running successfully for a number of years and is increasing in popularity amongst all healthcare professionals. Our expert Consultants aim to provide valuable education that is relevant to you and will be available to answer any questions you may have within an open forum discussion.
These events are professionally presented but run on an informal basis, allowing you to catch up with your colleagues over a bite to eat. You will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the session.
This education event is aimed at GPs and Physios and will update you on non-surgical treatments for joint and soft-tissue conditions.
Mr Mark Frame, consultant orthopaedic surgeon will present on Zimmer nSTRIDE APS knee injection therapy, a new autologous protein injection that uses the patient's own blood isolating the anti-inflammatory cells and factors to treat the joint pain associated with knee osteoarthritis without surgery.
Dr Leonard King, a consultant radiologist will update you on Platelet Rich Plasma treatment which uses a patient's own blood to promote the healing of injured tendons, joints, muscles and ligaments.
nSTRIDE are supporting the event and will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Booking is essential.
To book a place, fill in the booking form below, contact Sarah
Rich on 02380 266377 ext 391 or email email@example.com
Consultants at this event
Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, SO53 2DW
By car: our hospital is conveniently located just off Junction 12 of the M3 between Southampton and Winchester, with free parking available. Parking Eye is in operation at this site, please ensure you input your car registration on one of the portals at the main reception. By public transport: the nearest train station is Chandlers Ford - a 20-minute train journey from Southampton Central station. The 1 Bluestar bus, which serves Southampton, Chandlers Ford and Winchester, is just 5 minutes walk from the hospital.