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Decoding Gluteal syndromes

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Time : 7pm CET | Duration : 60mn
Chair: Luis Valdes 🇪🇸
Speaker: Philip Peng 🇨🇦


In this webinar, Dr. Peng will present current knowledge on deep gluteal syndrome, which includes numerous diseases, such as the piriformis syndrome, the obturator internus syndrome, the ischiofemoral impingement syndrome, the proximal hamstring syndrome or several affections of the gluteus medius and minor muscles. He will provide the latest information about aetiology, pathology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of this pathologies.


Target Audience

  • Anaesthetists
  • Pain Doctors
  • Regional anaesthesia Fellows
  • Pain Fellows
  • Residents, Trainees
  • Nurses dedicated to pain


  • Deep gluteal syndromes
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Chronic pain
  • Pathology

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This webinar was held on 16 December.

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ESRA is strongly committed to pursue its aims in stimulating research, promoting education, and training anaesthetists in Regional Anaesthesia, Pain Therapy, PoCUS and Peri-operative care, in Europe and abroad. Due to travelling restrictions and obligation to follow social distancing, we decided to develop and implement ESRA webinars.

ESRA webinars is a new feature of ESRA to overcome these restrictions and deliver optimal and updated information on those specific topics.

ESRA webinars happen every last Thursday of the month at 7pm CET. These live sessions last 60 minutes and are accredited with 1 CME point.

Registration is free and the video recordings are available on ESRA Academy.

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