Basic Sciences of ligaments, tendons and skeletal muscle

25th April 2024, 19:00 to 20:00 BST


This new webinar series will provide bite size basic science lectures covering the fundamentals of basic sciences from across the FRCS Trauma and Orthopaedic Curriculum. These will be interactive lectures from seasoned educators with the opportunity to engage in discussions with a Q&A session.

The fourth webinar in the series will cover the basic sciences of ligaments, tendons and skeletal muscle.


To provide participants with the opportunity to develop understanding of the core concepts of the basic sciences underpinning trauma and orthopaedics.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this webinar, the participant should be able to explain the core basic sciences underpinning each of the following and link them to relevant clinical scenarios and practices:

  • Ligaments
  • Tendons
  • Skeletal Muscle

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Our panellists include:

Mr Neil Jain

Neil Jain is an Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Manchester, with a specialist interest in Sports Injuries and Sports Trauma, particularly soft tissue injuries around the shoulder and knee, now working within the recently aligned Northern Care Alliance National Health Service Trust within the NHS. A graduate of Southampton University Medical School in 2003 he completed his Basic Surgical Training in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth. After finishing his Orthopaedic Registrar Rotation based around Manchester in the North-West of England, he completed a Reconstructive Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship in Vancouver, Canada.



Mr Gareth Rogers

T&O Specialist Registrar: HEE North West Deanery (East Sector). RCSEd T&O SSB Trainee Representative. Editor: The Unofficial Guide to Surgery 2nd Ed


1 Hour

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A recording of the webinar will be made available on this page in the days following the live broadcast.

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