This article includes downloadable ad artwork (ie. images), ad copy (ie. text) and a series of video showing you how to create a targeted email audience of people who are likely to be interested in the golf injury content that is included in the Co-Kinetic marketing subscriptions ie. the Social Media and Lead Generation and Full Site subscriptions. Use this email lead generating ad to build your audience of people interested in receiving additional information about golfing injuries.
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An all-in-one marketing strategy with content, that you can use to promote yourself and your business to people with an interest in golf. It includes ready-to-post social media content (including videos) to help you collect... Read More
Set of rebrandable client resources on the topic of golfing injuries. It includes a client newsletter, "Avoid the Back Pain Bunker", an exercise handout of back strengthening exercises, a golf injury cheat sheet and an... Read More
This leaflet covers back strengthening exercises for golfers and has been written for patients. The exercise handout gives information on the rehabilitation programme, guidance for stretching exercises and progression speed. You can purchase it individually using the Purchase button below, or as part of any of the main Co-Kinetic subscriptions.
This content consists of a 10 minute video presentation professionally produced and presented at the Fisic Conference 2015.
Mr Douglas Campbell graduated from the University of Dundee in 1986, completed a fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA 1995 and was appointed as a Consultant Hand & Wrist Surgeon in 1998. He completed a two-year Master of Surgery (ChM) research degree in 2000 on the late effects of hand injuries and his thesis was published by the University of Leeds where he is now an Honorary Senior Lecturer.
Mr Campbell has developed a strong clinical reputation in the field of sports injuries, complex problems of wrist function, and traumatic problems of both hand and wrist. His contribution to Sports Medicine was recognised by the award of a Foundation Fellowship of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (FFSEM) in 2009.
He is a Member of the Medical Advisory Board of the European PGA Tour, providing support to Europe's elite golfers. He is the Club Surgeon of Leeds United FC and also acts as specialist medical adviser to a number of professional football clubs, the Scottish Rugby Union, Premiership Rugby Union clubs, almost half of the Super League Rugby League clubs, county cricket clubs and UK Gymnastics. In addition, he is consultant to the Northern Ballet Theatre and regularly treats professional musicians, both classical and contemporary.
Mr Campbell was Visiting Professor to the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 2008 and the Western Australian Hand Surgery Society in 2010, and has also been a Plenary Lecturer to the Asia Pacific Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand and Visiting Lecturer to the South African Hand Surgery Society, American Society for Surgery of the Hand and Belgian Hand Surgery Society.
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