Tendon injuries are common among both athletic and non-athletic populations. Tendinopathy is considered easy to diagnose, and yet is difficult to treat.
Join Professor Jill Cook, who’ll discuss correct diagnosis of anterior knee pain, how to have more clinical certainty about the source of pain and how being incorrect affects the outcome.
Jill is a Professor in musculoskeletal health, who’s research specialty within sports medicine includes tendon pathology, treatment options and risk factors for tendon injury. Jill currently conducts a specialist tendon practice and lectures both in Australia and overseas.
This event is available face to face in Melbourne as well as online for audiences in other Australian states and territories and internationally.
Both in person and online attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a valuable Q&A with Professor Cook in this interactive lecture.
Jill Cook is a Professor in musculoskeletal health in the La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre at La Trobe University in Melbourne Australia. Jill’s research areas include sports medicine and tendon injury. After completing her PhD in 2000, she has investigated tendon pathology, treatment options and risk factors for tendon injury. Jill currently supplements her research by conducting a specialist tendon practice and by lecturing both in Australia and overseas.