Current advancements in the treatment of Knee & Shoulder Sports Injuries

Scientific Meeting

Date: Friday 17 February 2012 
Place: Auditorium “Hippocrates”, Faculty of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, University of Thessalia, Biopolis, Larissa 

15.45 – 16.00
Welcome address: Prof Konstantinos N. Malizos
Welcome address on behalf of the (Hellenic) club members to Prof Hans Paessler

16.00 - 16.20
Prof Panayiotis N. Soukakos: The value of educational exchange: the paradigm of Hans Paessler (George Noulis) fellowship

16.20- 16.35
Dr Dimitrios Mastrokalos: Fifteen years of George Noulis Fellowship program: benefits and influence in the Hellenic Sports Medicine community

16.35 – 16.50
Prof Hans Paessler: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction using patellar tendon versus hamstring tendon: a prospective comparative study with 9-year follow-up

16.50 – 17.05
Ass. Prof Michael Hantes: Arthroscopic management of traumatic anterior shoulder instability: Are there any limits?

17.05 -17.25
Prof Konstantinos N. Malizos: Arthritis after ACL and meniscal injuries 

17.25 – 17.45 Discussion

17.45 – 18.15 Break

18.15 – 18.30
Prof Hans Paessler: Revision Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

18.30 – 18.45
Prof Theofilos Karachalios: Thessaly test: new data

18.45 – 19.00
Dr Georgios Basdekis: Controversies and questions : Bone tunnels in ACL reconstruction. 

19.00- 19.15  
Dr Vasilios Protopappas: Principles of operation of the GameReady integrated system for cold therapy with intermittent compression and its applications to sports and orthopaedics rehabilitation

19.15-19.45 Discussion 

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