Children are not mini adults! In this presentation Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Andrew Morris will cover some of the more common musculoskeletal presentations unique to the school aged population. Clinicians working with children in the outpatient setting will find this a useful reminder of clinical assessment findings and management of conditions such as Perthes Disease, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, Osgood-Schlatter Disease and Sever’s Disease.
Dr Andrew Morris is an Australian trained Orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in both paediatric and adult orthopaedic surgery. Dr Morris completed his Orthopaedic and Trauma training in Adelaide working in all major metropolitan public hospitals as well as the Royal Darwin Hospital. Dr Morris undertook further sub-specialist training in Southern England throughout 2015. This included developing skills in knee ligament reconstruction, management of sports injuries, deformity correction and management of children’s orthopaedic conditions.
Paediatrics, Educators, and Sports & Exercise National Groups
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