Aug
5
8:00 am08:00

Orthopaedic Symposium - East Melbourne

  • Park Hyatt Melbourne

The specialists of Park Clinic Orthopaedics are passionate about their individual specialty and provide CPD education to referring clinicians, ultimately improving the quality of everyday clinical practice through relevant learning and serves to reinforce GP knowledge and skills.

The 2017 East Melbourne Symposium will feature a handful of our specialists, covering key aspects of surgery and treatment including: foot & ankle, knee, hip, shoulder & elbow, spine. The Symposium will be an accredited Category 1 RACGP event.

Venue: Park Hyatt Melbourne - 1 Parliament Square (off Parliament Place) MELBOURNE 3002

Date: Saturday 5th August 2017

 

Further details and information in relation to this event to follow. Please direct all enquiries to Pat O'Halloran patricko@parkclinic.com.au

Aug
12
8:00 am08:00

Orthopaedic Symposium - Heidelberg

The specialists of Park Clinic Orthopaedics are passionate about their individual specialty and provide CPD education to referring clinicians, ultimately improving the quality of everyday clinical practice through relevant learning and serves to reinforce GP knowledge and skills.

The 2017 East Melbourne Symposium will feature a handful of our specialists, covering key aspects of surgery and treatment including: foot & ankle, knee, hip, shoulder & elbow, spine. The Symposium will be an accredited Category 1 RACGP event.

Venue: To be confirmed

Date: Saturday 12th August 2017

 

Further details and information in relation to this event to follow. Please direct all enquiries to Pat O'Halloran patricko@parkclinic.com.au


May
10
6:30 pm18:30

Shoulder - Allied Health Evening

Park Clinic Orthopaedics invites you to attend our 'Shoulder - Allied Health Evening'

Program

6.15pm - Registration

Format: The audience will be divided in two groups. The sessions will run concurrently in separate areas on Level 8. The groups will then swap, followed by a joint Q & A.

8:00pm - Meeting Concludes
 

Presenters

  1. Mr. Richard Dallalana, Orthopaedic Surgeon
  2. Mr. John Salmon, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Topics

  1. Arthroplasty
  2. Shoulder Instability

 

Light catering and refreshments will be provided.

Register via the following link on Eventbrite

Please note: This event is not for the general public and created solely for Allied Health Professionals
*For further queries, please contact Pat O'Halloran - 0413 947 627

May
2
7:00 am07:00

Breakfast Series - Gerald Quan

  • Warringal Private Hospital

PARK CLINIC ORTHOPAEDIC’S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME

 

Our surgeons are passionate about their individual specialty and enjoy discussing and presenting their areas of expertise. Please join Gerald Quan for an informal & case study discussion on Spine:

 

Tuesday 2nd May // Warringal Private Hospital -Executive Meeting Room, 216 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg 3084.

Register via the following link on Eventbrite

You are welcome to bring along your own cases to be discussed - Please submit these prior to Pat O'Halloran prior to meeting via patricko@parkclinic.com.au

Park Clinic Orthopaedics Education proudly supported by Warringal Private Hospital.

Apr
19
6:30 pm18:30

Orthopaedics in the round, from top to toe...

GP Education Orthopaedics in the round, from top to toe... "Meniscal tears, hammer toes, injuries of the hand and wrist"

Warringal Private Hospital invite you to a series of round table discussions with Orthopaedic Surgeons Terence Chin, Nigel Hartnett and Avanthi Mandaleson. Please join us for a night of interactive discussions.

When: Wednesday 19th April 2017

Where: Valensia - C.H.James, 86 Station Street, Fairfield VIC 3078

Learning Outcomes:

• Categorise meniscal tear patterns and differentiate which tears do require or do not require surgery

• Identify the level of osteoarthritis, how this relates to meniscal tears and implement a treatment regime for patients

• Construct and coordinate a treatment plan for patients with meniscal tears in the absence or presence of arthritis

• Explain the surgical and non-surgical treatment options for hallux valgus, hallux rigidus and hammer toes

• Counsel patients about indications for surgery

• Identify common sports injury patterns around the hand and wrist

• Identify common sports injury patters of the hand and wrist

• Investigate, manage and refer hand and wrist injuries when indicated

 

Program:

6.30pm - Registration and dinner

7.00pm - Round table discussions

                 The treatment of meniscal tears and arthritis of the knee

                Hallux valgus, hallux rigidus and hammer toes

                Hand and upper limb surgeon

9.00pm - Evaluation and close

Format: The audience will be divided in two groups. The sessions will run concurrently in separate areas on Level 8. The groups will then swap, followed by a joint Q & A.

8:00pm - Meeting Concludes

 

RSVP or Enquiries: Pat O'Halloran via email patricko@parkclinic.com.au

Apr
5
7:00 am07:00

Breakfast Series - Chris Kondogiannis

PARK CLINIC ORTHOPAEDIC’S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME

 

Our surgeons are passionate about their individual specialty and enjoy discussing and presenting their areas of expertise. Please join Chris Kondogiannis for an informal & case study discussion on Knee's:

 

Wednesday 5th April // Warringal Private Hospital -Executive Meeting Room, 216 Burgundy Street, Heidelberg 3084.

Register via the following link on Eventbrite

You are welcome to bring along your own cases to be discussed - Please submit these prior to Patrick prior to meeting via patricko@parkclinic.com.au

Park Clinic Orthopaedics Education proudly supported by Warringal Private Hospital.

 

 

Mar
22
6:30 pm18:30

Foot & Ankle - Allied Health Evening

Park Clinic Orthopaedics invites you to attend our 'Foot & Ankle - Allied Health Evening' 

Program

6.15pm - Registration

Format: The audience will be divided in two groups. The sessions will run concurrently in separate areas on Level 8. The groups will then swap, followed by a joint Q & A.

8:00pm - Meeting Concludes

Presenters

  1. Mr. Mark Blackney, Orthopaedic Surgeon
  2. Mr. Terence Chin, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Topics

  1. Minimally Invasvie Surgery
  2. Hallux Valgus Surgery - understanding the Scarf and Akin Osteotomy

 

Light catering and refreshments provided

Register via the following link on Eventbrite

Please note: This event is not for the general public and created solely for Allied Health Professionals
*For further queries, please contact Patrick O'Halloran - 0413 947 627