2016 Meeting Programme

Thursday 12 May 2016


08.30 Registration


08.50 Welcome


09.00-09.50 — Session 1 Getting it Right from the Start

  • 09.00 The Stanmore triangle: Is it now three dimensional?
  • 09.10 How to develop an effective instability service.
  • 09.20 How ‘special’ are ‘special’ tests at defining instability?
  • 09.30  Discussion  Questions and discussion

09.50-10.40 — Session 2 Anterior Instability – Soft Tissue Lesion

  • 09.50 BESS guidelines and its recommendations
  • 10.00 ReLive Surgery — anterior labral repair  Type of anterior labral pathology. Does it affect treatment?
  • 10.20 ReLive Surgery — HAGL repair  How to diagnose a HAGL lesion. Is it more common than we think?
  • 10.40  Discussion  Case presentations and discussion

11.00 |  | Coffee

11.30-12.50 — Session 3 It’s not all about the Labrum: Understanding the rest of the triangle

  • 11.30 Keeping it simple for the scapula: Surgeons and physiotherapists - let’s speak the same language
  • 11.45 The investigation pathway for non-traumatic instability and pain. At what point is a specialist centre necessary?
  • 12.00 The warning signs: When not to operate!
  • 12.15 ReLive Surgery  When and what interventional procedures are appropriate for types II & III instability
  • 12.30  Discussion  Case presentations and discussion

12.50 |  | Lunch

13.50-14.45 — Session 4 Breakout

Surgeons Anterior instability - Bone loss on the Humerus
  • 13.50 The on track/of track concept and how it affects management
  • 14.05 ReLive Surgery — Remplissage  Tips and tricks in performing Remplissage
  • 14.25  Discussion  Discussion with cases
Therapists Workshop
  • 14.25 Unraveling Complexity: What does the evidence add to assessment and rehabilitation?

14.45-16.00 — Session 5 Anterior Instability – Glenoid bone loss

  • 14.45 My indications for a Laterjet procedure?
  • 15.15 ReLive Surgery   Latarjet procedures, tips and tricks
  • 15.25 Debate  Arthroscopic Laterjet: Should I? Would I? Where are we now?
  • 15.45 Complications & Failure after Laterjet: What are our options?
  • 15.55  Discussion  Discussion and Questions

16.00 |  | Tea

16.30-17.15 — Session 6 Rehabilitation and return to sport following instability surgery

  • 16.30 What are the aims and expectations in rehabilitation/return to play in the professional athlete?
  • 16.40 Post op rehab for the recreational player or sedentary individual. Can we do it better?
  • 17.00  Discussion  Cases and discussion

17.15 — Drinks Reception Meet the faculty


17.40 — Live Surgical Demonstration Arthrex Mobile Lab

Friday 13 May 2016


09.00-10.20 — Session 1 SLAP Lesions and Biceps Pain

  • 09.00 Is the long head of biceps functionally or clinically relevant?
  • 09.10 Can we effectively diagnose primary and secondary biceps problems? What are the aims of physiotherapy? Can it help?
  • 09.25 ReLive Surgery  SLAP repair tips and tricks
  • 09.45 Debate  Biceps tenodesis or SLAP repair
  • 10.00   Discussion  Cases and discussion

10.20 |  | Coffee

10.50-12.10 — Session 2 Internal Impingement

  • 10.50 Clinical assessment of the overhead athlete. What to look for.
  • 11.05 The GIRD and SICK scapula – relevance in rehabilitation?
  • 11.20 ReLive Surgery  What investigations show and when is surgery appropriate?
  • 11.40 New concepts and current treatment of the overhead athlete
  • 11.50   Discussion  Cases and discussion

12.10 |  | Lunch


13.10-14.30 — Session 3 Traumatic Posterior Instability

  • 13.10 Who gets posterior instability and how to assess?
  • 13.20 ReLive Surgery — Modified McLaughlin Procedure  Dislocation and bone loss – Tips and tricks
  • 13.40 Can we predict labral tears that will respond to non operative treatment? What can physio achieve?
  • 13.50 ReLive Surgery — Posterior labral repair  When is surgery indicated for posterior labral tears? Tips and tricks
  • 14.10   Discussion  Cases and discussion

14.30 |  | Tea

15.00-16.30 — Session 4 Challenges in Instability

  • 15.00 Dislocation in in middle age and beyond. How to manage?
  • 15.20 Dislocation in the young contact athlete. Does it change management?
  • 15.40 Instability in association with epilepsy. How to avoid the pitfalls?
  • 16.00   Discussion  Cases and discussion

16.30 Close