ACSEP GP Symposium
Sport and Exercise Physicians of the ACSEP will run a clinically oriented one day program at AAMI Park, within Melbourne’s sporting precinct, covering the clinical management of...
• difficult tendinopathies and stress fractures
• exercise induced lower leg pain
• managing young patients with old joints
• concussion back to school, work
• exercise prescription pearls
• team and event coverage tips
• MSK examination workshops - elbow, hand and wrist and foot and ankle
The Symposium will be targeted towards General Practitioners and has been officially endorsed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Emergency Physicians are also encouraged to attend, in conjunction with allied health professionals.
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