The Patellofemoral Joint in Sport - Costs and Consequences
Dr. Kay Crossley
Thursday 20th September 2012
Dr Kay Crossley, who has moved from Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre to the University of Queensland to expand her research, is a leading researcher in the area of patellofemoral joint (PFJ) pain. This is an important research area, since PFJ Osteoarthritis is common, and associated with considerable personal, societal and financial burden. Her research career has targeted evaluation of contributing factors and conservative interventions for chronic knee pain in younger and older adults and patellofemoral pain syndrome (overuse knee pain condition encountered by young adults) and knee osteoarthritis (OA).
DATE: Thursday 20th September 2012
TIME: 7:45pm for 8pm sharp start time
AAMI Park Stadium
Olympic Blvd, Melbourne
Eastern Plaza Carpark Only.
Access via Entrance D
RSVP: Monday 17th September 2012
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