Deload the runner: La Trobe SEM Run Science Symposium review July 6th-7th [PART 2]

By Luke Nelson @sportschiroluke, Brad Beer @Brad_Beer and Hamish Vickerman @Hamishvic Two days of action-packed learning at the LaTrobe Run Science Symposium last month led us to write up a Part 2 to our initial blog (Check out PART 1 here). In this blog, we add in plenty of clinical pearls and a link to […]

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4 ‘must attend’ BASEM/FSEM conference sessions on physical activity and young people

By Beth Cameron, PR & Communications, Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine @FSEM_UK This year’s joint BASEM and FSEM Conference, Walk 500 Miles, will include four, not to be missed, sessions covering paediatric medicine. The session starts at 2pm in Edinburgh’s historic Assembly Rooms, on Thursday 2nd October, with Heather McKay, Professor of the Faculty of […]

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‘Sacrum went out’…what went wrong? Tiger Woods, media doctors, and collective responsibility

Is there a responsibility for professional bodies such as UK Physios in Sport or the BJSM to comment on sportsmedicine / #sportsphysio media? I don’t know Tiger Woods although I suspect he is probably an avid BJSM follower. So, everything I mention here is in the public domain. 1. Mr Woods has had back symptoms […]

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7 key attributes of Sports Doctors and Physiotherapists at The Commonwealth Games

How can young doctors and physiotherapists get involved? Paul Dijkstra (@DrPaulDijkstra) I’m passionate about high performance medical teams and how they work. I used the lead-up to yesterday’s opening ceremony of the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, to chat with participants from different countries here with me in the Village. The excellent sports clinicians […]

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Not everything in sport is black and white: #addsomecolour…….Part 2 The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine blog series Click HERE for part 1. Conference sessions Continuing on the theme #addsomecolour, Alison Rose, a Physiotherapist who has worked with Jessica Ennis and the Brownlee brothers, discussed her success using visceral manipulation as a treatment with athletes (an unusual concept for most physios). She highlighted […]

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Not everything in sport is black and white: #Addsomecolour…….Part 1 The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine Biennial Conference

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine blog series By Charlie McCall With a healthy dose of intrigue, I set off from Bristol for Glasgow and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) Biennial conference in late October.  The high calibre international speakers and diverse topics in the conference […]

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ECOSEP Student Congress: two weeks away – still time to register!

This student organised Sports and Exercise Medicine conference (Oct 12th-13th) is suitable for all medical students from first to final year. The Sunday examination session, will be of particular interest (and practical use) for final year students. For more information and to register go HERE Stay connected on Facebook HERE   […]

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ECOSEP Second Student Congress – an event not to be missed…

Undergraduate perspective on Sports & Exercise Medicine – a BJSM blog series By Paul Jones (@PaulRemyJones) The second ECOSEP Student’s Congress will take place at Imperial College on the 12th and 13th of October. This meeting is aimed at medical students with an interest in Sport and Exercise Medicine and those wanting to get involved in […]

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Early bird registration ends soon, register now: ASICS Conference of Science & Medicine in Sport, October 22 – 25 2013, Phuket Thailand

October 22 – 25 2013, Hilton Phuket Arcadia Resort and Spa, Phuket Thailand Don’t miss this opportunity to get the latest on sports medicine, sports science, physical activity and injury prevention whilst enjoying Asia’s premier beach holiday destination! A preliminary conference program is now available HERE. Make the most of early bird prices and register […]

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BASEM Congress 2013 – St George’s Park, 31st October & 1st November

BASEM 2013 is a ‘not-to-miss’ event for clinicians interested in sport and exercise medicine & physiotherapy. A great forum for physiotherapists, sports therapists and doctors, the packed program is full of practical sessions and opportunities for networking and discussion. See full program details HERE. What’s more, it will be at the impressive new venue of St. […]

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