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European Society of Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation

Connecting People - Creating Bridges



Does surgery have any added value in Atraumatic Shoulder Instability?

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EUSSER 2016 Congress

EUSSER 2016 Congress

The Stiff Shoulder

Gothembourg 2016 - Int. Symposium

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Rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair

A systematic review

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European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation

EUSSER: Connecting People - Creating Bridges

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EUSSER is made up of health professionals
specialized in shoulder and elbow dysfunction


The board members consist of allied health professionals, doctors and surgeons whose common aim is to improve shoulder and elbow care using the society as a forum of education, promoting research and linking professionals and patients across Europe.

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Shoulder pain is a growing problem and rehabilitation is an essential component in its management. As President of EUSSER I am passionate in disseminating education and research amongst all professionals involved in managing shoulder and elbow problems and in particular to encourage a dialogue between therapists and surgeons. EUSSER is key in achieving this goal.

Anju Jaggi
EUSSER President - Consultant Physiotherapist Royal Nat. Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore UK


The European Society for Shoulder & Elbow Rehabilitation's primary objective is to provide a high standard of information and education related to shoulder and elbow dysfunction to enhance patient care.

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News from the Education Committee

by Andre Le Leu in

This week’s topics were tracked on twitter and you can find a collection of excellent articles currently being discussed amongst the twitter savvy crowd. As always, social media provides an amazing resource of current materials and access to specialists in various fields. However, there are also a number of risks in gaining all your opinions from these sources, there is no quality control and often the loudest and most controversial blogger gets all the attention. We need to take care in shaping our clinical opinions and research ideas purely on the popular topics of the day. Like all things, listen to what people have to say, analyse the information based on your own experiences, and form a healthy consensus of opinion amongst your professional colleagues.

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