HSMA clinic hosts regenerative medicine educational event


The Regenerative Clinic brings together leading experts from around the world to discuss orthobiologics and non-surgical intervention

On the evening of 29 September, The Regenerative Clinic is hosting a CPD-accredited educational event for the healthcare community, entitled Biologics: Joint Pain and Non-Surgical Interventions. The event brings together leading experts in orthobiologics and non-surgical intervention from around the world – including several prominent members of The Regenerative Clinic’s clinical team – to share knowledge about the latest techniques in the field, examine current usage and scientific evidence and provide a platform for discussion.


Dr Ralph Rogers, one of the guest speakers at Biologics: Joint Pain and Non-Surgical Interventions

Dr Ralph Rogers, one of the guest speakers at Biologics: Joint Pain and Non-Surgical Interventions

Mr Konrad Slynarski, one of the foremost proponents of regenerative medicine and non-surgical intervention, will visit London exclusively for this event. Professor Mark Slevin of Manchester Metropolitan University will present a review on the data of biologics to date. Other notable speakers will include knee and sports injury specialist Professor Adrian Wilson, specialist trauma and orthopaedic knee surgeon Mr Raghbir Khakha, and Dr Ralph Rogers, a consultant in regenerative orthopaedics and sports medicine.

Professor Adrian Wilson of The Regenerative Clinic says: “This is one-off opportunity for people to spend one-to-one time with Konrad Slynerski, a leading mind in the world of non-surgical intervention. We are moving very fast in this space to evidence improvements and provide improved outcomes for patients at all stages. It is becoming clear that non-surgical intervention will play a crucial role in longevity, allowing surgeons to optimise the most effective timings for patients to have their treatments. We are beginning to understand and cement the important role that these treatments will play.”          

Biologics: Joint Pain and Non-Surgical Interventions will take place on 29 September at 6pm at Living Room Health clinic in Paddington.