Webinar: Getting to Grips with Gouty Gonarthrosis

Webinar: Getting to Grips with Gouty Gonarthrosis

Date and time

Thursday 21st July

19:00 - 21:00

Speaker

John Hardy

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Location

Webinar

Price

£29 + VAT

Buy now

Add to basket

Webinar: Getting to Grips with Gouty Gonarthrosis

This event is available to purchase on-demand and was first delivered on 21st July 2022. Once you've purchased the course, you can watch it immediately from your Oryon Develop dashboard by logging into your account.


The knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body, prone to many complicated conditions. We take a look at one of the most occurring ones in our next webinar.


Gonarthrosis is one of the ten most common diseases in the world. According to recent studies, those most affected are those aged 50 and above. We are pleased to have Mr John Hardy, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, give his expertise on this topic.


Mr Hardy will discuss this common but understudied pathology and will review the techniques to help you learn and help your patients. He will be using techniques to help you easily remember all you will learn about gonarthrosis in our latest talk. Delving into the diagnosis and treatment options, and using radiology and case reports to help you understand in-depth this common knee condition. 

Join us to get to know the latest on this knee condition in our upcoming webinar and gain 2 hours’ CPD.

Gonarthrosis often occurs with age with the older population most often reporting experiencing the condition. However, genetics can mean younger people may unexpectedly be diagnosed with it. There are many other external factors which can cause gonarthrosis, so Mr Hardy will be looking at its pathology. He will be looking into the diagnosis of the condition and looking into the knee itself to find the source of the course.


After helping you understand the cause of gonarthrosis, Mr Hardy will discuss how to identify its symptoms to reach a diagnosis. He will offer his professional experiences to advise which imaging modality is best to use to help with the diagnosis. 


To conclude, you will learn about treatment options. How to help your patients with an efficient and successful recovery. Referring to case reports to show you real-life results and experiences.


Schedule:

  • Pathology
  • Diagnosis
  • Radiology
  • Treatment
  • Case reports


Learning outcomes:

  • Understand the causes of gonarthrosis 
  • How to identify symptoms for a diagnosis 
  • Which imaging modality is best
  • Successful treatment options

John Hardy

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon | Bristol

Mr Hardy has 34 years of experience as a doctor and surgeon. John is in particular an Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon interested in the management of knee injury to prevent arthritis, with a speciality training in the cure of coccydynia of the coccyx and the management of gout.

John is young enough to appreciate and take on the new developments that benefit his patients and old enough to have enjoyed the experience of a classical training and career in the NHS in London, Leicester and Bristol at the world renowned AOC.

Mr Hardy consults at the Chelsea Outpatient Centre in the Kings Road, London, the Lister Hospital, London the BUPA Cromwell Hospital, London and at the Sport and Orthopaedic Clinic in Bristol.

Many of his patients say how they appreciate the time and careful assessment he gives them.

2 hour webinar, speaker's slides (if permitted) and CPD certificate

Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Sports Therapists, Hand Therapists, Radiographers, Occupational Therapists, GP, Other Health Professionals, Trainee Health Professionals, Students

Webinar: Getting to Grips with Gouty Gonarthrosis

Buy now

Add to basket

Date and time

Thursday 21st July

19:00 - 21:00

Price

£29 + VAT

Speaker

John Hardy

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Location

Webinar

Oryon Develop Student Discount

Stay up to date

If you’re interested in keeping up with what we’re doing, just leave your email address here and we’ll send you periodic newsletters and other updates.

What colour is the sea?