This excellent summary of scientific evidence gives a basis for discussion when deciding how to treat patients with tears of their shoulder tendons;
Steve Gwilym has been awarded a prestigious promotion within the University of Oxford "in recognition of his continued research and teaching excellence". Professor Gwilym will continue to focus his research into optimising patient outcome after upper limb injury.
Following on from last years highly successful course, four of the Nexus team (Steve Gwilym, John McMaster, Bob Handley and Xavier Griffin) are leading another event in Oxford this week.
Over 20 experienced surgeons will travel to Oxford this week to
David Noyes is spending this week in Leeds, teaching the 'AO Trauma Course - Basic Principles of Fracture Management for Surgeons'.
He is part of an invited faculty, teaching 120 young surgeons from the UK and Europe. The AO organisation is
Mr Gwilym, Nexus surgeon, has recently been awarded the accolade of “opinion leader in Shoulder Surgery” by Johnson & Johnson.
This award is made to 4 surgeons from around the world each year and reflects the industry’s opinion of who is
Following a highly successful course run in November 2016, four of the Nexus surgeons have agreed to run another course in late-2017.
The course, run in collaboration with Stryker, is designed to teach surgeons from throughout the Middle-East, South-Africa and Northern-Africa.