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BIMM/SOMM Joint Winter Symposium

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

The British Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine (BIMM) and the Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine (SOMM) is proud to announce a Combined Symposium: Challenging Joints: Management of laxity, instability and hypermobility, taking place in Birmingham on Saturday, the 14th of November 2015. A number of experts and highly reputed speakers will cover the medical, surgical, and therapeutic aspect of the condition. There will be a variety of interactive workshops providing an insight into the practical considerations of the condition. The day will also offer a great opportunity to network and exchange ideas and knowledge with other members of the professions.

For further information please take a look at the event page over at the BIMM website: Challenging Joints: Management of Laxity Instability and Hypermobility

Saturday 14th November 2015
Jury’s Inn, Birmingham City Centre

A great resource for anyone interested in musculoskeletal disorders, BIMM’s education programme of  short courses and workshops on various aspects of musculoskeletal medicine is ongoing. Forthcoming events include:

Soft Tissue Examination & Injection Roadshow: 4th November 2015

Chronic Pain Management: 21st – 23rd November 2015

BAPAM November Training Day Programme

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Our November 19th Training Event focusses on Long Term Health Issues Affecting Performing Artists with presentations covering:

Sensory Motor Release (GP/Physio)

Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation of Disabled, Elderly and Multi-talented Performers (Rheumatologist)

Chronic Pain (Rheumatologist)

Ageing and Performance Q&A with Gabrielle Hamilton (actor), Fergus Early (dancer) and Catherine Butler Smith (musician)

Plus, performing arts medicine practitioners can learn from and with professional musicians in two practical sessions with violinist (and Alexander Technique teacher), Ron Colyer, and clarinettist, Andrew Roberts.

Click here to download the programme

Please note this event is now fully booked.

Attendees should come to the main reception of:

Franklin-Wilkins Building
Stamford Street
London
SE1 9NH

Venue information: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/about/campuses/waterloo.html