Please note this session is also available via Skype if you cannot attend in person
Dr Catherine Spencer Smith discusses how to use technology in clinical practice, updates and discuss GDPR, Social media and mentoring. http://www.privatepracticeninja.co.uk
Cost: £5 per person/cash payment on the evening/non-refundable
(Payment is for use of space and refreshments)
- Conference callers will not have to pay for the event but only have access to the speaker, and not the informal event afterwards
- We will be trialling the meetings on Skype, those joining the meeting on Skype will have an opportunity to engage with the speaker
- Some speakers may have group work and this may not be possible with those on Skype call
- Once you sign up and we have your email you will be sent an invite to join the Skype chat
Cath qualified in 1995 and trained in Sports Medicine at Bath University. She has worked with an extensive range of different sports people, ranging from Paralympians and Olympians and to the occasional exerciser. She was a Sports Physician at the 2012 Olympic Games, the 2002 Commenwealth Games, and has worked with GB rowing, track and field sports, marathon, endurance and outdoor adventure sports men and women. She developed an MSc Programme at Bangor University, and is a keen lecturer.
Cath specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of all musculoskeletal conditions, whether acquired through sport or otherwise. She has expertise in getting to the bottom of persistent problems, such as ankle and shoulder injuries. She has a particular interest in the diagnosis of hip and groin problems, including femoroactetabular impingement, and has guided the recovery of over 2,000 patients undergoing hip arthroscopy.
Cath’s approach is biomedically and functionally focused. She is passionate about helping patients to get back to doing what’s important to them. She works closely with those involved, to help patients rehabilitate and gain new resilience.
Diagnosis and treatment of all musculoskeletal injuries, including the shoulder, ankle, knee and spine. Particular interest in hip and groin pain, including femorocetabular impingement, running, triathlon and endurance sports, golf and ball-sports injuries.