May 12, 13, 14 and 15.
From 18.00 to 20.30 Spanish time.
Online from the Magdalena Palace of Santander.
There will be four days with different sessions that can be followed live through the platform with an access that will be given at the time of registration.
If you are not available to access to a live conference, you can watch them later on your own schedule.
Each day will be dedicated to one specific area of learning.
You can also access to the information of the sponsors.
Each course is in the format of a round table that will be led by a moderator.
You will be able to access all the courses in the original language of the speaker as well as have the option of simultaneous translation from Spanish to English and from English to Spanish. This is provided as an option that each attendee can decide to activate.
There will be a Question and Answer session at the end of the Round Table where the attendees can make questions directly to the speakers.
We want to make Santander the center of reference for Tennis Medicine.
The Palacio de la Magdalena will once again be our location during the International Week of the Hip in Tennis, having the opportunity to show the world the city of Santander whilst bringing together the most recognized professionals in medicine and sports.
Santander is a city that has a tradition of playing tennis.
In 1994 Santander was the venue for the semi-finals of the Federation Cup between Germany and Spain with a 3-2 victory for Spain.
In 2000, the historic Davis Cup semifinal was played at the Real Club de Tenis de La Magdalena in which Spain defeated the United States 5-0. In the words of tennis player Álex Corretja, “this has been the most spectacular playoff I have experienced in the Davis Cup.”
Furthermore, in 2006, the RCTM hosted the qualifying match for permanence in the Davis Cup World Group between Spain and Italy, where Rafa Nadal scored the decisive point securing Spain’s place in the World Group.
In addition, the city of Santander is in a time of change and evolution. With the creation of new physical and virtual scenarios to promote its growth, having its development in the axes of innovation and culture, which is in perfect harmony with the MAPFRE Clinic of Tennis Medicine.
What is our goal
To continue to bring closer the areas of medicine with sports sciences and on this occasion, in a special manner, the coaches as well.
To give value to the importance of hip pathologies in tennis. Analyze the increase of hip injuries that is occurring mainly in young people and be able to address it in all areas in order to establish a prevention methodology that allows us to control, stop and reduce their incidence.
That this Congress contributes as another link to the syllabus of the International Master of Specific Pathology at the University of Cantabria.
For Whom is this conference
Two years ago at our first Conference on Shoulder Pathologies in Tennis we covered several areas in medicine, physical preparation, physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation.
Thanks to positive feedback from attendees of our Shoulder Pathologies course, we are adding the work by Coaches, whose role we consider vital, in the Conference on Hip Pathologies in Tennis.
It is essential that coaches understand our medical philosophy so that our main objective, prevention, becomes much more effective.
The Course is intended for sports medicine doctors, traumatologists, physiotherapists, sports readaptors, coaches, graduates in Health and Sports Sciences and students in the last years of these disciplines.