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Damian Griffin is the Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Warwick. He trained in Cambridge, Oxford and the United States, and worked as a Consultant in Oxford before taking up the Foundation Chair in Warwick and helping to establish Warwick Medical School.
Damianâ€™s passion is the diagnosis and treatment of hip and groin pain in young adults. His clinical practice and research are all around joint-preserving surgery for early arthritis, hip arthroscopy, the management of femoroacetabular impingement and sport injuries of the hip. He runs the largest national referral service for young and active people with hip pain in the UK, based at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, and for private patients and elite athletes at the BMI Meriden Hospital.
Damian leads a research team based at the University of Warwick, with a portfolio of hip research. In particular he is the chief investigator for the FASHioN trial, a large, multicenter randomised controlled trial of treatments for people with FAI syndrome, comparing surgery with physiotherapy-led rehabilitation: http://www.nets.nihr.ac.uk/projects/hta/1310302
You can follow him on Twitter @DamianGriffin and @warwickOrtho or reach him on firstname.lastname@example.org, at www.hiparthroscopyclinic.co.uk or +44 1926 403529. BJSM is grateful for his contribution as a Senior Associate Editor.
In this podcast, Damian speaks about Sports Hip 2016, a two day international conference held at St Georgeâ€™s park, the home of English football. The link to conference details:
0.30 - St Georgeâ€™s Park and the England Football Association Perform Rehabilitation Centre
1.02 - Introduction to Sports Hip 2016: First time for a multidisciplinary meeting on sports hip injuries
1.58 - Instability of the hip
2.47 - Treatment of acute subluxation or dislocation, returning to
3.23 - Deep gluteal space, piriformis syndrome and sciatic nerve entrapment
4.54 - Cartilage repair
6.04 â€“ Workshops in hip arthroscopy, hip replacement techniques suitable for athletes
6.00 - Workshop in hip arthroscopy
6.57 - New techniques in hip replacement suitable for young active people and athletes.
7.24 - World class rehabilitation after hip surgery
7.50 - Round table on challenges in managing elite athletes
8.15 - Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome, and the movement towards reaching a consensus statement.
11.00 - Consensus meeting on FAI syndrome
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