BJSM Webinar Series

Patients with shoulder, back and hip/groin pain account for over 20% of cases at typical family practice clinics. In BJSM’s first series of webinars, our 3 expert speakers give their insights into effective treatments that primary contact health professionals can initiate to reduce pain and improve quality of life.

If you missed the live webinars you can now purchase the recordings in full to watch in your own time – £35 per webinar, or £99 for all three. The recordings are available to purchase until 27 August 2018.

Register here to purchase the recordings and discover key clinical messages in these very practical 45 minute sessions.

Who is speaking?

Dr Kieran O’Sullivan – Lead Physiotherapist, Sports Spine Centre, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Doha, Qatar
Back pain: Assessment, investigation and management in daily clinical practice

Prof Jeremy Lewis – Consultant Physiotherapist and Professor of Musculoskeletal Research, Sonographer, Independent Prescriber, London Shoulder Clinic, Centre for Health and Human Performance, London, UK
Shoulder pain: simplifying the management of patients with shoulder pain

Dr Alison Grimaldi – APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist, Adjunct Research Fellow, SHRS, University of Queensland, Practice Principal, PhysioTec, Tarragindi, QLD, Australia
Hip and groin pain: Assessment and management of acute and longstanding hip and/or groin pain

Back pain with Dr Kieran O’Sullivan

In the first of the series, Dr O’Sullivan shares the epidemiology that gives patients a strong chance of a successful outcome after episodes of back pain. Providing specific language that can reassure your patients, Dr O’Sullivan teaches you to discriminate between low back pain presentations, which is implicated in specialist referral and long-term management.

Hip and groin pain with Dr Alison Grimaldi

In the final webinar of the series, Dr Grimaldi shares key interview features and quick clinical tests that assist in the differential diagnosis of common causes of hip and groin pain. She also discusses recent randomized clinical trial evidence that suggests that education and exercise – and not corticosteroid injection – should be first-line management for gluteal tendinopathy and trochanteric bursitis.

Shoulder pain with Prof Jeremy Lewis

In this webinar, Professor Lewis shares ways of simply classifying shoulder pain to enable GPs to confidently identify best treatment approaches. He clarifies the role of injection therapy, the use of imaging, and presents a comprehensive analysis of when to consider non-surgical or surgical approaches to management.


Purchase the webinar here – £35 per webinar, or £99 for all 3.