Return to Play Conference for Strength and Conditioning Coaches

Sports Surgery Clinic is organising a “Return to Play Conference for Strength and Conditioning Coaches”. The conference has been specifically designed to help facilitate decision-making during an athlete’s transition between recovery from injury and return to athletic performance.

The clinic has secured an exciting array of speakers who are internationally renowned for their experience and knowledge in athlete performance and development across a broad spectrum of sports.

The conference will be held on September 21 from 8.30am to 5pm at a cost of €160, including lunch.

To book a place on the conference, please contact Jenny Ward at

The organisers  are very excited to have a wide range of internationally renowned speakers from a variety of disciplines and sports for what promises to be a fantastic learning experience for all involved.

The line up includes:

Dr Eanna Falvey
Director of Sports Medicine SSC, IRFU and British and Irish Lions Common Mistakes In Return to Play Decision Making

Dr Andy Franklyn Miller
Sports & Exercise Medicine Consultant SSC, Melbourne Storm 3D Biomechanics in RTP Decision Making

Frans Bosch
Performance Consultant Welsh Rugby Union, British and Irish Lions Role of Sprint and Multidirectional Mechanics in Injury

Kelvin Giles
Performance Consultant Movement Dynamics Role of Movement Efficiency in Injury Reduction

Enda King
Head of Performance Rehabilitation SSC How to create RTP Guidelines and Templates

Nicholas Walsh
Strength and Conditioning Coach Greater Western Sydney, Ireland International Rules Conditioning and Maintenance During Injury

Neil Welch
Strength and Conditioning Coach SSC Verbal and Visual Cueing Techniques during Rehabilitation/Coaching

Martin Kennedy
Head of Coaching/Sports Sciences, National Athlete Development Academy, Dublin Senior Football Injury is Opportunity – Long Term Athlete Development

Jason Cowman
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Irish Rugby Football Union Return to Performance after Injury – How to Play Catch Up

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