‘Our clinic provides a holistic approach to diagnosing and managing musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries.‘ – Lorenzo Masci, MBBS, FASCP, FFSEM (UK), MSM
Watch the July 1, 2019 webinar featuring Lorenzo Masci, MBBS, FASCP, FFSEM (UK), MSM on “MSK Ultrasound Guided Injections.” Gain insights on how you can use point-of-care ultrasound as a guide to improve accuracy of care and effectiveness of musculoskeletal injections.
You can demonstrate your specialized knowledge in Point of Care Ultrasound with the POCUS Musculoskeletal Certification.
Lorenzo Masci, MBBS, FASCP, FFSEM (UK), MSM, Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, Ultrasound-Guided Injections Trainer
As a specialist sports doctor, Dr. Lorenzo Masci has undertaken extensive and vigorous specialist training. After completing orthopedic residency in Australia, he completed a four-year full-time specialist sports doctor training program with the Australasian College of Sports Physicians. He then moved to London in 2007 to work as a specialist sports doctor in the elite and private setting. He is on the GMC Specialist Register for Sports and Exercise Medicine and is recognized by all private insurance companies.
Dr. Masci works as a specialist sports doctor in various elite sporting environments. He is currently the lead sports doctor for the London Wasps Rugby team. He was the lead sports doctor for the Melbourne Storm Rugby League from 2005 to 2007. He was a senior sports doctor for Tennis Australia from 2001 to 2007. He was also part of the sports doctor team at Fulham Football Club from 2008 to 2010.
Actively involved in research in sports medicine and sports injuries. Dr. Masci completed his master’s in sports medicine (research) at the University of Melbourne on low-back pain in young, active individuals and achieving a high distinction. He is currently involved in achilles and tendon research. He is one of only a handful of doctors to use UTC (ultrasound tissue characterization) as part of the management of tendon disease, tendinitis and tendinopathy.
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