E. Amory Codman was a New England based shoulder surgeon, born just after Rutgers defeated Princeton in the first college football game (1869); and who died as the Luftwaffe was strafing London (1940). In his youth, anaesthesia was made viable to ease the suffering of surgery. Read More >
ICSES 2010 Newsletter – December 2009AN UPDATE FROM ANGUS WALLACE
CHAIR OF THE ICSES 2010 ORGANISING COMMITTEE
We will be producing a regular Newsletter to keep you informed of the progress of our arrangements for the 11th International Congress on Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and the 3rd International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists.