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Lumbar Stress Fractures in Cricket

Lumbar Stress Fractures in Cricket

Lumbar Stress Fractures in Cricket

Dr Craig Ranson PhD MCSP
Dr Craig Ranson PhD MCSP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 27 Apr 2017

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Last updated: 31 May 2018

Reference: 181059

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Dr Sarah Rollins (31 May 2018)
This is a really high quality presentation. Highly recommended
Dr Jim Moxon MFSEM RCGP (30 Apr 2018)
I thought it was a good duration and was well focused

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This was a lecture at the BASEM Spring Conference 2017 in Doncaster

Objectives

To understand the relevance of back pain in fast bowlers
The aetiology, diagnosis, management and prevention of lumbar spine stress
Dr Craig Ranson PhD MCSP

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Dr Craig Ranson PhD MCSP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Craig is the Programme Director of the MSc in Sports Medicine at Cardiff University and Physiotherapist with the Welsh Rugby Team. He is a consultant to the International Cricket Council

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Dr Sarah Rollins (31 May 2018)
This is a really high quality presentation. Highly recommended
Dr Jim Moxon MFSEM RCGP (30 Apr 2018)
I thought it was a good duration and was well focused

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