The BMC is holding a symposium devoted to improving the understanding of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of climbing-specific injuries.
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This unique symposium entitled "One Move too Many?" will take place on the weekend of 13-14 November 2010 at the Workstation in Sheffield.
International experts will give evidence-based talks and workshops looking at climbing-specific injuries (acute and overuse).
The event is for climbers, parents of dedicated climbers, doctors, surgeons, allied health professionals and sport & exercise specialists.
To find out more and to book your place by 1 October 2010:
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