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|Location:||The Palace Hotel, Sliema|
|Price:||€ 100 Euros (2- day package) | 60 euros (1- day package)|
The annual podiatry conference will be back this year over a two day schedule between the 22nd and 23rd November 2013. The theme of this years conference shall be Podiatric Sports Medicine and the twelve scheduled sessions shall be addressed by a mixture of speakers, both local and foreign with a common specialisation that is lower limb sports medicine and its context to the Podiatry profession.
Although the majority of attendees will be Podiatrists, this conference is open to all health professionals with an interest in sports such as Sport Doctors, General Practioners, Physiotherapists etc. This conference is also open to professional coaches and people working within a profession or semi-professional team environment in order to enhance there knowledge on lower limb sports injuries, management and optimal rehabilitation.
The course program and application form are found in the downloads page. APM members are adviced to log in for further details.
Confirmed List of Speakers:
Mr. Trevor Prior, Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, NHS (UK)
Mr. David Dunning, Biomechanist and Podiatrist, Staffordshire University (UK)
Mr. Bob Longworth, Musculoskeletal Podiatrist, Staffordshire University (UK)
Mr. Matthew Hill, Podiatrist and Lecturer, Staffordshire University (UK)
Dr. David Attard, Exercise and Sports Rehabilitation Specialist, Malta Football Association (MFA)
Dr. Lucienne Attard, Sports Doctor
Profs. Janet Mifsud, Pharmacologist, University of Malta
Ms. Adele Muscat, Sports Pyschologist and Assistant Lecturer, University of Malta and MCAST