Isokinetic football medicine conference returns to London

NEWS - 24TH MAY 2023

The international football medicine community gathers in London for a three-day event exploring the latest advances in their field

The Isokinetic Conference returns to London for the sixth time in its 30-year history. Doors will open on Saturday 27th May at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre for a three-day event covering the latest advances in football medicine. The conference is organised in close collaboration with FIFA, so data from the 2022 World Cup will also be presented.

The mission of the annual conference is to bring together the international football medicine community in a global event to share the latest in sports science and technology, spark lively debates and fuel collaborations. The main topics will be video analysis, robotic surgery regenerative medicine, biomechanics, neuroscience, nutrition and all technologies related to return to sport. For the first time, the conference will include the British Football Sessions, which will explore how top-class British football teams apply the latest methods in their daily pursuit of excellence and success and provide real-world examples.

Andrea Tartaglia, managing director of Isokinetic London, said: “I am delighted that the Isokinetic conference returns to London, bringing the spotlight of the footballing world to our doorstep. We have a very strong presence in London with our Isokinetic Clinic on Harley Street treating large numbers of elite athletes, supporting football clubs and helping people from all backgrounds. Our philosophy is guided by medicine – every patient sees a doctor first who guides their treatment. We believe in prevention and using technology to makes changes to load, stance and style in advance to minimise injury risk during activity. This grounding in science and medicine is crucial to our process and we are extremely excited that we are bringing the world’s very best to London.”