About the Society
The society strives to improve care for patients with patellofemoral conditions.
We aim to define and promote best practice in the management of patellofemoral joint conditions.
The society will endeavour to carry out original research and analyse any available existing publications to establish the current best practice for conditions affecting the PFJ. We mainly focus on three conditions; patellofemoral pain, instability and arthritis.
Who We Are
The society was formed in 2016 and welcomes all healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients with patellofemoral conditions, including physiotherapists, surgeons and radiologists.
Further details of membership and joining the society can be found here.
Jonathan Eldridge (President)
Vipul Mandalia (Secretary)
Damian Clark (Treasurer)
Andy Metcalf (Academic)
Helen Vint (Web)
Joining the committee
Any member of the society is eligible to join the committee. New BPFS committee members are voted in at the annual meeting.
Committee members are expected to attend at least 50% of the 4 annual committee meetings.
The posts of president, treasurer and secretary are only open to members who have previously served on the committee. These posts are voted in at the annual meeting.
The BPFS welcomes a diverse committee and membership.
View the BPF society constitution here.