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Update on Upper Limb Conditions & Treatment – A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective
May 15, 2019 @ 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM AEST
Speaker Profile – Surgical Perspective:
Manish Gupta – MG Orthopaedics
Dr Manish Gupta is an orthopaedic upper limb surgeon and international expert in orthopaedic conditions of the upper limb. He completed his MBBS at The University of NSW in 1999, before completing the rigorous Australian Orthopaedic Association Orthopaedic Program and being awarded title of Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS OrthA) as an Orthopaedic Specialist Surgeon in 2010. Dr Gupta was “The Calvert Fellow” at the prestigious Shoulder Unit, London. He was visiting Fellow of the “Institute de la Main” or “Institute of Hand Surgery” in Paris. He completed the AO Upper Limb Masters and AO Wrist and Hand Masters Courses in Davos, Switzerland and worked in hand Micro Surgery at Columbia University in New York City.
Speaker Profile – Sports Physician Perspective:
Corey Cunningham – Hills Sports Medicine
Dr Corey Cunningham is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician, who works in private practice as Medical Director of multidisciplinary sports medicine clinics as well as Chief Medical Officer roles at the NSW Institute of Sport, the Australasian PGA Golf Tour and Western Sydney Wanderers FC. He is a member of the Australian Commonwealth Games Medical Team and also works with Australian Rugby, Gold Coast Titans and Australian Paralympic Team.
Speaker Profile – Physiotherapist Perspective:
Greg Castle – Hills Sports Physiotherapy
Greg is an accredited Sports Physiotherapist having completed a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2006. He has been heavily involved in sports physiotherapy across many sports, but especially baseball, netball, football and cricket. He has been involved in work with NSW and Australian baseball teams over the past 21 years, along with looking after Blacktown City Netball Association, and the GWS Fury team. Having a special interest in shoulders Greg has lectured on this topic over the past 10 years.
Date: Wednesday, 15th May, 2019
Time: 6.30pm for 7:00pm start
RSVP: By Monday 6th May, 2019
Castle Hill Tavern
25 Victoria Avenue
Catering: Drinks and Canapes provided