Past webinars / October 6, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sports Physiotherapy Virtual Roundtable

Insights & case studies from International Physiotherapists 

This virtual Roundtable is dedicated to all Physical Therapists and Sports Medicine Practitioners working in the field of Physiotherapy, Physical Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine who want to learn and interact with international leaders in their field and share experiences.  

Whether you treat an elite athlete or a weekend sports warrior, you’ve probably faced a lot of different injuries in your practice. In both cases a speedy recovery from athletic injury and return to field/or normal life is key.  

The aim of this webinar is to present some case studies and success stories of how our experts managed to enable athletes to return to sports in a short time after an injury.  

Listen to Marko Bundalo’s experience in Tokyo during the Olympic Games; how he successfully treated the shoulder injury of Nina Radovanovich, a professional boxer from Serbia, and the back pain of the Serbian rowing athlete Jovana Arsic.  

Hear the experience of Filippos Skordos in the treatment of supraspinatus tendon rupture treatments and hamstring tear injury.  

Why should you join this webinar? 

If you are interested in attending this event please register below:



Filippos Skordos

Sports Physiotherapist

Filippos Skordos is an experienced physiotherapist specialized in sports-related injuries. He is the owner of a Physiotherapy Practice as well as the head physio of PAS Giannina FC for 14 years in Ioannina, Greece. His scientific interests include Myofascial Release Therapy, Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Functional Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention. He holds a BSc degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Patras, Greece, and a BSc degree in Sports Rehabilitation from Salford University, UK.

Marko Bundalo

Sports Physiotherapist

Marko Bundalo graduated in 2010 as high sports physiotherapy in the College of Sport and Medical Science Belgrade, studied at GCC School London for chiropractic and in 2017 started Medical Movement und Gesundheit – Osteopathie - Konstanz Academy with general practice training and involving other manual and active movement techniques. His professional experience comes from treating patients in private clinics and through sports clubs and individual athletes, also involved in rehab part after regenerative medicine procedures, collaborating with the National Rowing Federation of Serbia, Serbian National Badminton Federation, Serbian National Athletic Federation, Serbian Institute of Sport and Sports Medicine, Serbian Football Referee Association, National Olympic Committee of Serbia.