An Evening for Tennis
Sports Surgery Clinic recently hosted an An Evening for Tennis and all recordings are now available.
The following SSC clinicians presented:
- Ms Ruth Delaney, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in shoulder injuries
- Topic: “Tennis & The Shoulder”.
- Dr Neil Welch, Head of SSC Lab services specialising in knee and back pain.
- Topic: “Low Back Pain – Stopping Your Back From Stopping Your Tennis”
Please feel free to share this link with colleagues, friends and family. This event is open to the public and not restricted to tennis players. It is suitable for anyone interested in keeping strong, flexible and active as they get older and for anyone with shoulder injuries and back pain.
Ask a Question
Our speakers will be happy to discuss any questions you may have regarding potential surgery or conservative treatment - before, during or after the event. Please call our GP liaison team for more information +353 1 5262300
Our speakers will be happy to discuss any questions you may have regarding potential surgery or conservative treatment - Please call our GP liaison team for more information on 00 353 1 5262300
Would you like to email a question? Please email your questions to the team via firstname.lastname@example.org or call our GP Liaison team on +353 1 5262300
Download a Strength & Conditioning Plan
A Sample Strength and Conditioning Plan (PDF) - Click here to download
A Quick Tennis Warm-Up Routine (5min)
If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call our team on 00 353 1 5262300
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- This event will be broadcast live via RTMP & HLS for mobile devices
- The live stream / on-demand archive will work on your iphone / ipad
- To view the video in full screen mode: Double click the video
- Live streaming requires RTMP traffic and Port 1935 to be open on your firewall. If you can't see the video, it may be blocked on your local network/firewall - please run the following test to check if port 1935 is open and contact your IT administrator for further help.
- All videos will be archived and made available on https://live.sportssurgeryclinic.com following the event.
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All presentations are being recorded and will be made available here shortly after conference.
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