Event details:

Title: Orthopaedic case studies in shoulder, hip and knee: diagnosis and when to refer
Speaker: Mr Douglas Li (orthopaedic surgeon), Mr James Stoney (orthopaedic surgeon), Mr Chris Kondogiannis (orthopaedic surgeon)
Date: Wednesday 21 October 2020
Time: 7.00pm - 8.30pm
Where: Zoom Webinar- dial in from your PC/laptop/mobile phone/tablet
Program: 7.00pm-8.15pm presentations | 8.15pm – 8.30pm Q&A

Session Overview

This webinar will include the presentation of five common orthopaedic conditions in general practice, providing an insight into diagnosis, initial management and guidance for referral of specialist opinion.

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SHOULDER case studies with Mr Douglas Li, Orthopaedic surgeon

The diagnosis is often clear from a thorough assessment. Understanding the natural history will dictate your management and influence the outcome

  • Case 1:  Pseudoparalysis after a fall
  • Case 2:  Popeye deformity of the arm

HIP case studies with Mr James Stoney, Orthopaedic surgeon

Diagnosis and treatment of different labral tears. Diagnosis and management of lateral hip pain

  • Case 1: Groin pain - labral tear
  • Case 2: Lateral Hip Pain – Gluteal tendinopathy

KNEE case study with Mr Chris Kondogiannis, Orthopaedic surgeon

Recognise the common causes of Traumatic Haemarthrosis, aids to diagnosis, initial investigations and management.

  • Case: Traumatic Knee Haemarthrosis

Learning Outcomes

  • Discuss the assessment and management of patients presenting with pseudoparalysis after a fall
  • Outline the appropriate treatment for popeye deformity of the arm
  • Differentiate between the different types of labral tears and identify when a labral tear needs referral for repair
  • Discuss the diagnosis and management of lateral hip pain
  • Identify the common causes of Traumatic Haemarthrosis and outline a management plan


  • 3 CPD Activity points

Event Registration

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