The overall theme of SportsKongres 2017 will be 'Treatment and Prevention of Sports Injuries' while the Main topic will be 'Knee Injuries and Return to Sport'.
The venue will be the Radisson Blue Scandinavia Hotel, located in
the heart of Copenhagen just 15 minutes from the airport.
Follow this page, sportskongres.dk and our twitter @sportskongres for information about speakers, sessions, workshops and Sports Medicine Research.
Information on abstract-submission and registration will be available later this year.
DSSF and DIMS
It is with great pleasure that we once again welcome you to our annual Danish Sports Medicine Congress. 400 plus participants are expected to join us for 3 days of sports medicine festivities.
The Danish Society of Sports Physical Therapy
DSSF purpose is to create contact between physiotherapists working in sports and physical activity, provide training, share knowledge and create working relationships with other professionals with the same interest.
The Danish Association of Sports Medicine
The DANISH ASSOCIATION OF SPORTS MEDICINE is a scientific medical society with the purpose of enhancing interest in and knowledge of sports medicine while also promoting the practical implementation of sports medicine.
1Program edit on 1 Feb 2017
2Sign up and Book your trip today and we will look forward to greeting you at SAS Radisson, located in the heart of Copenhagen, only 15 minutes from Copenhagen International Airport and 10 minutes away from the main train station.
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The first joint congress was held in 2004 in Copenhagen. It was made in cooperation with DSSF and DIMS. We are proud of our great Congress and we hope that it gets better every year!The impressive program features 4 parallel sessions and workshops all in English with distinguished national and international speakers. In each parallel session you will find a topic of interest whether your field of interest is sports orthopaedic surgery, sports rehabilitation, sports rheumatology, anti doping or general practice of sports medicine.