Professor Lennard Funk, The Shoulder Doc – Injury Rehab Network Event
The Athletes shoulder – The Surgeons Perspective
Sterosport are excited to announce that Professor Len Funk will be the expert guest speaker for the next free event of the successful Injury Rehab Network. This free online event for anyone studying or working in the field of sports rehabilitation is taking place on Wednesday 24th March 2021 at 7 pm, is being delivered in collaboration with and hosted by the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators (BASRaT).
Len Funk is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon working as part of the large upper limb unit at Wrightington Hospital and has a private practice in Manchester with The Arm Clinic.
Len established and runs Shoulderdoc.co.uk and is passionate about patient information and education, as well as providing the best quality of care through a multidisciplinary team. He routinely treats elite and professional athletes.
His practice has evolved to specialise completely on sports and soft tissue injuries of the shoulder. Providing second opinions, treating complex cases and performing revision surgery makes up a large proportion of his work. He practices closely with similar colleagues who specialise in complex trauma and shoulder replacement surgeries, as well as therapists dedicated to complex shoulder rehabilitation.
Academically, he has written numerous books and contributed to the work of others on shoulder surgery and rehabilitation and is actively involved in research, with over 100 research publications. He teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate medical, sports therapy and sports medicine students.
Len’s talk, ‘The Athletes Shoulder – The Surgeons Perspective’ will explore shoulder injuries in sport and their treatment.
The talk from Len will last around 30 – 40 minutes followed by time for questions and answers.
Read the post event blog here
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