Wexham Park International
Cruciate Ligament Meeting
12th & 13th November 2020
Ascot Conference Centre
This is the 15th time this historic meeting has been held. It was started by Robin Allum FRCS in 1992 in an era when the evolution of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction had just gone from being a largely open procedure to being an all arthroscopic technique.
It began with just a handful of surgeons but over the years the meeting has grown to gain an international reputation. It is an essential update for all surgeons with an interest in soft tissue knee surgery.
The focus is a practical approach to knee ligament surgery looking at the latest techniques to repair or reconstruct injured knees in all groups of patients from the recreational sportsperson through to the professional elite athlete.
Guest Speaker for 2018 - Dr K. Don Shelbourne MD - The Shelbourne Knee Clinic, Indianapolis, USA
Dr Charlie Brown - Abu Dhabi, UAE
Mr Andy Williams - Fortius Clinic - London
Associate Professor Leo Pinczeswski - Sydney, Australia
Professor Adrian Wilson - The Hampshire Clinic, UK
Mr James Robinson - Bristol, UK and Abu Dhabi, UAE
Consultants with a specialist interest in soft tissue knee surgery - an essential update
Registrars who are considering a career in knee surgery - traditionally this has been a excellent opportunity for networking in this field including considering fellowship options.
Physiotherapists with an interest in sports injuries to the knee and rehabilitation of athletes of all levels from the elite to the recreational.
12 CPD Points applied for.
Discussion and debate is a key part of any meeting, that’s why there will be an opportunity for delegates and faculty to network over an drinks reception overlooking the famous racecourse on the Thursday evening.