This content consists of a 14 minute video presentation professionally produced and presented at the Fisic Conference 2015.
Dr Raj Subbu has an interest in MSK soft tissue injuries specifically hamstring injuries and the management of proximal hamstring avulsions. Dr Subbu represented Swansea City Football Club and Wales at junior levels and his interest in football medicine developed after sustaining personal serious knee injuries.
Dr Subbu graduated from Cardiff Medical School in 2008 obtaining my MBBch and a BSci (HONS) from Manchester University in 2003. He completed his Foundation Training and Core Surgical Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics in the West Midlands Deanery and moved to London in 2013 as a Clinical Sports Research Fellow based at University College London Hospital and the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health.
He has published in a variety of specialties and presented at a number of national and international meetings. Dr Subbu has a keen interest in anatomy education contributing to textbooks including Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy 7th Edition and demonstrating anatomy at national and international levels.
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