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Poorer 2-year prognosis of patellofemoral pain versus other types of knee pain:A prospective cohort study among 504 adolescents

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Danish Association of Sports Medicine and Danish Association of Sports Physiotherapy
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”Treatment and prevention of sports injuries” Thursday 30. of Janurary to Saturday 1. of Februrary 2014 Hotel Comwell, Kolding - fagforum for idrætsfysioterapi Danish Association of Sports Medicine and Danish Association of Sports Physiotherapy Sports Medicine Congress 2014 SPORTS MEDICINE CONGRESS 2014 2 It is my great honour to welcome you to the Danish Sports Medicine Annual Meeting for 2014 organized in collaboration between the Danish Society of Sports Medicine and the Danish Society of Sports Physiotherapy. Again with a lot of effort and commitments, the organizing committee has put together an exciting program, based on a mixture of new and old topics. Distinguish foreign and Danish speakers has been persuaded to come and share their knowledge with us. The focus will not only relate to the standard recreational or top athletes, but we are going to learn more about exercise in relation to different patient situation, such as neurological disorders, cancer, and joint replacements. With four parallel sessions for three days and several work- shops, many corners of the sport medicine field will be covered, and I am sure that you will be academically enriched. And not to forget, there will be a good chance during the breaks and the social activities, to achieve new contacts, meet old friends and to visit the sponsors bringing the newest must surely be interesting. Thanks for Comming Lars Blønd, President Danish Society of Sports Medicine It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to our annual Danish Sports Congress. We are pleased to be back again in the beautiful surroundings of Comwell Kolding. The organiza- tion committee, which is a collaboration between the Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy and the Danish Society of Sports Medicine, has put together a versatile program that will keep you busy and alert. As always it is in everybody’s interest to be attentive, inquisi- tive and keep the tone civil as you discuss your points

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