PRP Debate: "This house believes that PRP may line the pocket more than line the joint!” For and Against Debate - Fisic Conference Presentation 2015 (35 mins total)
This content consists of two videos, one "for" (20 mins) and one "against" (15 mins) the motion that: "This house believes that PRP may line the pocket more than line the joint!” - the debate took place at the Fisic Conference 2015.
Speaking against the motion:
Dr Matthias Zumstein was a professional Handball player and represented Switzerland at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. He then completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery under Professor Gerber in Zurich as well as the University of Bern, Inselspital. Dr Zumstein's fellowship training in Shoulder Surgery was under Professor Boileau in Nice, France, after which he completed a Fellowship in Elbow and Wrist Surgery with Professor Bain in Adelaide, Australia. His research interests are predominantly in shoulder and elbow with a particular interest in the basic science of the rotator cuff muscle and tendon, AC Joint dislocations and elbow trauma. Dr Zumstein is currently a board member of Swiss Orthopaedics and the European Shoulder and Elbow Society as well as associate member of the ASES.
Speaking for the motion:
Dr Julian Widdowson trained at UCH becoming a GP in 1990 and developing his interest in Sport Medicine from 1995. He was awarded the MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the University of Bath in 2005 and accepted onto the Specialist Register for SEM in 2013. Dr Widdowson works at both a national and international level across many sports, from gold medal Olympians and Paralympians to recreational sports people. He was the team doctor for Bath Rugby for 12 years finishing this year, having been Head of Sports Medicine at Bath Rugby for five years. He worked for England Rugby Football Union for ten years and at present works for the Welsh Rugby Union. Dr Widdowson is the Premiership Rugby Club's Medical Representative on the Medical Advisory Group to the Professional Game Board and a GMC Assessor for Sport and Exercise Medicine. He was one of the lead SEM doctors track side at the athletic track in the Olympic Stadium for the London Olympics. He is the Match Day Doctor for the Olympic Stadium in this year's Rugby World Cup and is a faculty member of the Immediate Care in Sport course. Dr Widdowson is asked regularly to present nationally and internationally.
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