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Anterior Knee Pain - Hints and Tips

Anterior Knee Pain - Hints and Tips

Anterior Knee Pain - Hints and Tips

Dr Mike Burdon
Dr Mike Burdon
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 29 Oct 2016

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Last updated: 29 May 2017

Duration: 0h 15m
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Sally Sheppard (10 Mar 2017)
Good overview on ant knee pain and it's differential diagnosis, thanks Mike
Gareth James Thompson (22 Feb 2017)
A quick overview of common problems
Sarah Bailey (31 Jan 2017)
Useful, anedoctal and clear aims of presentation. Engaging presenter.

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An update on anterior knee pain.

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Causes and Management of Anterior knee pain
Key features in the history and examination of patients with AKP. The use of appropriate investigations to confirm the diagnosis
Dr Mike Burdon

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Dr Mike Burdon
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Ex GP he is now a Consultant in SEM and head of Sports Medicine at Pure Sports Medicine in London. He is a Sports Physician with the England FA and GB Hockey

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Sally Sheppard (10 Mar 2017)
Good overview on ant knee pain and it's differential diagnosis, thanks Mike
Gareth James Thompson (22 Feb 2017)
A quick overview of common problems
Sarah Bailey (31 Jan 2017)
Useful, anedoctal and clear aims of presentation. Engaging presenter.

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