Perform at St. George’s Park played host to a Complex Injury Super Clinic this week.
The Grand Rounds system, as triumphed in America, provided the opportunity for expert medical, special-interest surgical consultants (OrthTeam) and rehabilitation sports injury experts to challenge, debate and discuss some of the most complex injuries within the sports environment.
The innovative and thought leading session was hosted by Perform’s Clinical Director Dr. Charlotte Cowie, who boasts more than twenty years experience in the sports medicine sector, including a specialist role with Team GB at the last three Olympic Games.
Dr. Charlotte Cowie, Clinical Director, said; “The feedback from the Superclinic has been brilliant from all the attending specialists and the patients.”
“It is a privilege for all us clinicians to have the opportunity to sit alongside colleagues with the luxury of time, experience and facilities available to deal with these difficult cases.
“I can’t thank all of them enough for being keen, motivated and engaged throughout.”
Mike Hayton, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with the OrthTeam; commented; “The OrthTeam Perform Super Clinic at St. George’s Park continues to go from strength to strength.”
“Helping athletes of all ages and abilities in a multidiscipline environment is an exciting opportunity and we hope the next generation of athletes will benefit from the awareness in the long term.”
Perform at St. George's Park is a leading human performance, rehabilitation and sports medicine facility. Open to elite athletes and the general public alike, the centre offers state-of-the-art facilities and treatments across sport and the wider community. To enquire about the services available at Perform at St. George’s Park, call the team on 01283 576333.