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WEBINAR: Expert Advice for Healthy Hands and Wrists

17th July @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Expert Advice for Healthy Hands and Wrists:
An Orthopaedic Surgeon’s Guide for Desk Workers and Active Lifestyles

Webinar focus:

Hand and wrist pain can disrupt work, sports, and hobbies. Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Rupert Wharton, a specialist in hand and wrist pain, shares expert advice on preventing injuries and treating problems as they arise. Learn how to protect your hands and wrists to stay active and pain-free.

Your speaker:

Rupert Wharton is a renowned consultant orthopaedic surgeon at King Edward VII’s, New Victoria, and Kingston Hospitals. With European and British Hand Surgery Diplomas, he has decades of experience treating hand and wrist pain. Specialising in nerve compression such as carpal tunnel, tendon overuse, and sports injuries (fractures, cyclist’s numb hands, skier’s thumb, boxer’s knuckle), he is part of the esteemed Grosvenor Orthopaedics group in Marylebone. Outside of work, he enjoys the gym, cycling, skiing, hockey, and tennis, and is a dedicated husband and father of three.

Webinar duration:

Around 35 minutes with time for Q&A session afterwards.

How to book this talk

Our health and wellbeing talks are an ideal tool for encouraging open conversations about health and wellbeing in the workplace, challenging stigmas, and providing information about the support available for those who are struggling with specific issues.

You can purchase access for your employees to our live-streamed talks from £425 + VAT per event.

Purchase individual access to this webinar

Purchase access for an individual for £9 via Eventbrite using the button below. Includes: Livestreaming access for a single individual | Access to a recording of the talk.

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Details

Date:
17th July
Time:
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Venue

Online Webinar

Organiser

Thrive4Life
Phone
020 8972 9675
Email
info@thrive4life.co.uk
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