SAMSIG INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS 2017

Dear Delegate,   SAMSIG  would like to invite you to the biannual SAMSIG International Congress, which will be held in the Serengeti , Tanzania in 2017.   Provisional speakers include Rusty Fritz, George Koulouris, Howard Galloway, Phil Lucas, James Linklater, Mark Awh, as well as local SAMSIG speakers. 10 CPD point will be awarded. The format will change this year …

Stellenbosch Trail Fund

In the spirit of community involvement and upliftment, SAMSIG has partnered with the Stellenbosch Trial Fund for the upcoming SAMSIG MSK Imaging Congress.  The aim of  of the Stellenbosch Trail Fund is to create, improve and maintain all hiking, biking and running trails in and around Stellenbosch.  For more information, you can go to their website.  If you would like …

SAMSIG MSK IMAGING CONGRESS 2016

The 2016 SAMSIG congress was held at Coetzenburg, Stellenbosch on Saturday 3 December.  We had a number of radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, rumatologists and sports medicine physicians lecturing on various musculoskeletal topics.  The congress was well attended with positive feedback. SAMSIG would like to thank each and every speaker who contributed to making this a successful event.  We would also like …

AMSIG Annual Meeting 2016

Of behalf of AMSIG we would like to invite all SAMSIG members to the following annual meeting: Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group (AMSIG) Annual Meeting Saturday 30 April 2016 – “Topics in Sports Medicine” Kerry Packer Lecture Theatre, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia Visit the AMSIG society website www.amsig.org for the Provisional Scientific Programme and regular updates. Registration will …

SASMA / SAMSIG meeting 2015

SAMSIG held the biannual SASMA/SAMSIG one-day meeting at the Sandton Convention Centre in October 2015. Speakers included Mark Velleman (biceps and pectoralis tendon injuries), Pete Mercouris (athletic pubalgia), Richard de Villiers (road cycling injuries), Anton Koen (posterolateral corner knee injuries), Andrew van den Heever (image-guided interventional techniques), Graeme Thompson (hip injuries), Brett Woods (meniscus) and Ralph Posner (spondylolysis ). Many …