Manchester United Second SEMS Conference - A Medley of Controversies in Football Medicine

9 November 2018 , North West

Event Title : Manchester United Second SEMS Conference - A Medley of Controversies in Football Medicine

Date : Friday 9th November

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester

Summary : Dr Steve McNally (Head of Football Medicine & Science, Manchester United) and Professor Michael Callaghan (Head of Physical Therapies, Manchester United) are pleased to confirm that the 2nd Manchester United Sports Medicine Conference will take place on Friday 9th November 2018 at Old Trafford, Manchester.

The day is open to medical, scientific and healthcare professionals working across all sports. The conference theme will be discussion and presentations of several medical and rehabilitation controversies that exist in football.

 

Description : There will be 6 key talks from 6 speakers.

£150 PER PERSON
DELEGATE FEE INCLUDES;

· Attendance at all sessions
· All Conference Documentation
· Attendance Certificate
· Refreshments & Lunch
· Attendee web link to the video of all talks & question sessions

 

For more information and to book a place on this conference, please visit www.manutd.com/MedicalConference

Booking URL : www.manutd.com/MedicalConference

 

SPEAKERS

Dr. Jeremy Loenneke PhD: Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, University of Mississippi

 

Dr Lee Kaplan MD: Professor of Orthopaedics, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Medical Director for the Miami Marlins Major League Baseball Team

 

Dr Robert-Jan de Vos MD, PhD: Erasmus University Medical Centre in Rotterdam. Club Doctor Excelsior Football Club in the Dutch Premier League

 

Mr. Tom Hughes MSc, MCSP: Clinical Lead for the Professional Development Squad Manchester United FC; PhD student, University of Manchester

 

Mr. Neil Hough MSc. MCSP: Head of Physiotherapy for Academy, Manchester United FC

 

Dr. Robin Thorpe PhD: Performance Scientist and Conditioning Coach at Manchester United FC

 

 

Organised by : Dr Steve McNally and Professor Michael Callaghan