I have now uploaded the PDF version of slides I based my lecture to QEH 4th year Medical students last week. It can be found Here
Have been in Perth since Tuesday attending the Shoulder and Elbow Society meeting , of which I am immediate past secretary of the society. Always a great meeting and excellent way of staying abreast of the latest developments. It is a busy program and a lot to take in but have enjoyed it immensely.
Spent a very valuable day with the Team at IBRA and Jeff Hughes, discussing the latest techniques on fracture fixation and ligament stabilisation of the elbow, in a cadaver workshop in Perth. Whilst I conceptually do not enjoy cadaver surgery in general, I would have to say that this was the most useful workshop I […]
Smartphones have become an essential tool in today’s fast-paced, interconnected society. On average we tap, click, and swipe them a whopping 2,617 times a day. Our ever-increasing reliance on our phone is not surprising given the instant gratification they offer. Communication, entertainment, information – all it takes is a few taps and anything we want is […]
Upper limb surgery refers to surgery of the shoulder and elbow, separate to hand surgery which involves surgeries of the hand and wrist. At Glenelg Orthopaedics in South Australia, our surgeon Dr Gavin Nimon has extensive experience in surgery of all of these areas. In this blog post, Gavin Nimon shares with us the different types of upper […]