The Program Committee has announced the 2nd International Conference on Orthopedics, Rheumatology, and Musculoskeletal Disorders, which will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on the 25th and 27th of September 2023, following the helpful feedback received from the previous edition. The conference is anticipated to be exceptional due to the knowledge gained from the previous edition.
The Orthopedics 2023 will focus on the theme of "Advances and Innovations in Orthopedics" , which will delve into the significant factors driving changes within the medical industry and influencing its future. Attendees will be able to gather information about the latest breakthroughs and advancements in Orthopedics, Rheumatology, and Musculoskeletal Disorders and have the chance to engage in discussions about the challenges and opportunities that the industry is facing.
The field of Orthopedics is experiencing rapid and dynamic changes due to advancements in technology, and evolving regulatory frameworks. These transformations have far-reaching implications for the future of the medical industry. To navigate the challenges that may arise and leverage the opportunities presented, it is imperative to identify innovative solutions and novel approaches. This theme seeks to delve into the effects of these shifts on the medical industry and provide a comprehensive understanding of potential innovations that may shape the future of the industry beyond 2023.
We believe that the conference will offer a beneficial opportunity for participants to have productive conversations and exchanges, as well as to exchange their knowledge, skills, and perspectives with other prominent figures in the field. The Prague and the Organizing Committee for Orthopedics 2023 are eagerly anticipating your arrival as their esteemed guest in September of 2023
Sessions and Tracks
Session 1: Orthopedics and Traumatology
Orthopedics is the medical specialty that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, including bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. This session aims to provide an overview of the latest advances in Orthopedics, including new treatment options, surgical techniques, and emerging technologies.
Traumatology is the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients with injuries caused by accidents or violent acts. This session aims to provide an overview of current trends and best practices in traumatology, including the latest diagnostic tools, treatment modalities, and rehabilitation techniques.
Session 2: Orthopedic Oncology
Orthopedic oncology is a subspecialty of orthopedics that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of bone and soft tissue tumors. This session aims to provide an overview of the latest advances in orthopedic oncology, including new diagnostic tools, treatment modalities, and emerging therapies. As we move forward, it is essential to continue to collaborate across disciplines to improve patient outcomes and enhance the quality of life for those affected by bone and soft tissue tumors.
Session 3: Pediatric Orthopedics
The area of Orthopedics that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal problems in children is known as pediatric Orthopedics. Pediatric Orthopedics is a complex and dynamic field that requires a multidisciplinary approach and a broad range of diagnostic and treatment modalities. The objective of this session is to provide an overview of the difficulties and advancements in pediatric Orthopedics, which includes the most recent diagnostic techniques, treatment approaches, and promising therapies.
Session 4: Nanotechnology in Orthopedics
The session featured a range of experts, including orthopedic surgeons, materials scientists, and nanotechnology researchers, who shared their experiences and insights on how nanotechnology can be used to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Orthopedic conditions. During the presentation, the presenter discusses the use of nanotechnology in drug delivery systems for Orthopedic conditions and also how nanotechnology can be used to create targeted drug delivery systems that can be delivered directly to the affected area, reducing the need for systemic treatments and improving the effectiveness of treatment.
Session 5: Microfluidics in Orthopedics
Microfluidics is a rapidly developing field that deals with the behavior and manipulation of fluids in micrometer-sized channels. In Orthopedics, microfluidics technology has emerged as a promising tool for investigating the biomechanics and cellular behavior of musculoskeletal tissues. The sessions cover topics such as the development of microfluidic platforms for investigating the mechanical properties of bone tissue and the use of microfluidics for drug discovery and delivery in Orthopedics. Attendees can learn about the latest research and treatment options, as well as practical strategies for improving the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases using microfluidics.
Session 6: Biomechanics in Orthopedics
This session on "Biomechanics on Orthopedics" focuses on the application of biomechanics principles in the field of Orthopedics. The experts discuss the biomechanical properties of musculoskeletal tissues, the effects of loading on bone and joint mechanics, and the role of biomechanics in the design of Orthopedic implants and devices. Biomechanics on Orthopedics highlighted the importance of incorporating biomechanical principles into the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Orthopedic conditions
Session 7: Sports Medicine and Rheumatology
Sports medicine is a distinctive field of Orthopedics that focuses on identifying, managing, and preventing sports-related injuries. The objective of this session is to present a comprehensive summary of the recent advancements in sports medicine, which encompasses strategies for injury prevention, various treatment methods, and new therapies that are under development.
The sessions cover a wide range of topics, including the latest research on rheumatic diseases, updates on treatment guidelines, and practical strategies for managing patients with Rheumatic diseases, diagnosis and treatment of spondyloarthropathies, updates on research into the pathogenesis of these diseases, and practical strategies for managing patients with spondyloarthropathies
Session 8: Spinal Deformities
An abnormal curve in your Spine, such as scoliosis or kyphosis, is known as a spinal deformity. It can affect your spine's ability to do its job, leading to pain, neurological problems, and mobility challenges. This session covers a wide range of topics, including scoliosis and other spine deformities and how they can be corrected through routine physical therapy, medication, braces, and other non-invasive methods, Advanced treatment for spine deformities, and the types of spinal deformities and their causes.
Session 9: Rheumatoid Arthritis
In this session, we are going to discuss how Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects the joints, causing inflammation, pain, and stiffness. It can also affect other parts of the body, such as the eyes, skin, lungs, and blood vessels. RA affects about 1% of the global population and is more common in women than men. This session could highlight the latest research on the underlying mechanisms of RA, including genetics, epigenetics, and the role of the microbiome, as well as new treatment targets and therapeutic approaches. This session on rheumatoid arthritis could bring together healthcare providers, researchers, patients, and advocates to share the latest developments in RA diagnosis, treatment, and management.
Session 10: Musculoskeletal Disorders and Injuries
In this session, we are going to discuss how these conditions affect the bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons of the body and can range from mild to severe, and can be caused by a variety of factors, including trauma, overuse, degeneration, and genetic disorders. There are many treatments available for musculoskeletal diseases and injuries, including medication, physical therapy, surgery, and lifestyle changes. This session focuses on musculoskeletal diseases and injuries often bringing together healthcare professionals, researchers, and patients to discuss the latest research and treatment options, as well as strategies for the prevention and management of these conditions.
Session 11: Osteochondritis
Osteochondritis is a joint disorder that involves the separation of cartilage from the underlying bone, often in the knee or ankle. This session focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of cartilage injuries in the ankle, including those related to osteochondritis. The sessions cover topics such as the use of imaging modalities for diagnosis, the latest advances in surgical techniques, and updates on clinical trials. This session is to improve the practical strategies for managing patients with this condition and improving outcomes.
Session 12: Orthopedic Infections
Infections related to orthopedics can arise due to surgery or trauma and may pose challenges in their identification and management. The objective of this session is to present an overview of the methods for preventing and treating Orthopedic infections. This will encompass recent advancements in diagnostic techniques, treatment modalities, and emerging therapies.
Topics covered in this session
Session 13: Orthopedic Dislocations
This session will provide an in-depth examination of the latest trends and innovations in the diagnosis and management of Orthopedic dislocations. Orthopedic dislocations can be complex injuries that require careful attention to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment. This session will cover a wide range of topics, including the different types of dislocations, their causes, and risk factors.
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Session 14: Advancements in Orthopedics Diagnostic Procedures
Orthopedic diagnostic procedures play a critical role in the early detection and accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions. Recent advancements in diagnostic technologies have revolutionized the field of Orthopedics, allowing for more accurate and efficient diagnoses.
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Session 15: Anesthesia in Orthopedics
Anesthesia is a critical component of Orthopedic surgery, as it ensures that patients are comfortable and pain-free during the procedure. Anesthesia techniques can also impact the patient's recovery and outcomes following surgery. The sessions cover topics such as the use of multimodal analgesia for pain management following Orthopedic surgery, the prevention of perioperative delirium, and the management of anesthesia for patients with comorbidities. These conferences and sessions provide a platform for exchanging knowledge and ideas on the latest advances in anesthesia techniques and their applications in orthopedic surgery.
Session 16: New Trends in Treating Orthopedic Conditions
In recent years, the field of orthopedic medicine has experienced several new trends in the treatment of orthopedic conditions. These advancements are aimed at improving patient outcomes, reducing recovery time, and enhancing the overall quality of care. The session will address the potential benefits and risks associated with these new trends in orthopedic treatment, providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of their impact on patient outcomes. Networking opportunities will also be available, allowing attendees to connect with colleagues and experts in the field and share their experiences.
Session 17: Orthopedic Surgery and Research
Orthopedic surgery is constantly evolving, with new techniques and technologies emerging that allow for more precise and effective treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. At the same time, research in the field of orthopedics is exploring new frontiers, uncovering new insights into the underlying mechanisms of diseases and injuries, and paving the way for more targeted and personalized approaches to treatment.
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Session 18: Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Surgery
Invasive orthopedic surgery is a type of surgical procedure that involves making incisions to access and operate on the affected area of the musculoskeletal system. This type of surgery is often used for complex orthopedic conditions that cannot be treated with non-invasive methods. The session may offer a range of engaging activities such as presentations, real-life examples, group debates, and hands-on sessions to deliver a thorough insight into invasive orthopedic surgery and its possible advantages and disadvantages for patients. Moreover, healthcare professionals who attend the session can connect with their peers and authorities in the field, exchange their knowledge, and keep abreast of the most recent innovations and methodologies in invasive orthopedic surgery.
Session 19: Robotic Technology in Orthopedic Surgery
This session focuses on the use of robotics in orthopedic surgery which has revolutionized the field, offering surgeons greater precision, control, and accuracy during surgical procedures. The application of robotics in orthopedics has become increasingly common in recent years, The use of robotics allows surgeons to precisely control the movement of surgical instruments, reducing the risk of errors and complications during the surgery. This reduces the risk of exposure to radiation and other hazardous materials during the surgery. the conference on robotics in orthopedics highlighted the potential benefits of incorporating robotics into surgical procedures in the field of orthopedics.
Session 20: Computer Assisted Orthopedic Surgery (CAOS)
Computer-assisted orthopedic surgery (CAOS) is a surgical technique that uses computer-based tools and technology to improve the accuracy and precision of surgical procedures. CAOS can be used in a variety of orthopedic surgeries, including joint replacement, fracture fixation, and spinal surgery. The session may consist of talks, examples of specific cases, group discussions, and hands-on training to offer attendees a complete comprehension of computer-assisted orthopedic surgery and its probable advantages for patients.
Session 21: Mixed Reality System in Orthopedics
This session provides an overview of the mixed reality system used in orthopedics. It showcases the various advantages and challenges of this technology in orthopedics. The experts discussed how mixed reality systems, which combine virtual and augmented reality technologies, can be used to enhance surgical planning, improve surgical outcomes, and reduce the risk of complications. The session on "Mixed Reality Systems in Orthopedics" highlighted the potential benefits of using mixed reality technology in orthopedic surgery.
Session 22: Amputation and Disarticulation
Sessions on amputation and disarticulation could cover a range of topics related to the surgical and rehabilitative aspects of limb loss. This session could discuss the psychosocial impact of limb loss on patients and their families, including grief, depression, anxiety, and body image issues, and how healthcare providers can support patients in coping with these challenges. The session on amputation and disarticulation could bring together healthcare providers, researchers, patients, and advocates to share the latest developments in limb loss surgery, rehabilitation, and technology.
Session 23: Advancement in Orthopedic Casting
In this session, we will highlight the importance of evidence-based practice in the use of targeted synthetic DMARDs and the need for ongoing research and innovation in this field. Orthopedic casting is a technique used in the management of musculoskeletal injuries such as fractures and dislocations. Over the years, there have been significant advancements in orthopedic casting that have improved the efficacy, safety, and patient experience associated with this technique. Joining this session helps you enhance the overall quality of care provided to patients with orthopedic casting.
Session 24: Allograft vs Autograft in Bone Graft
In this, we discuss bone grafting which is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting bone tissue to replace or repair damaged or missing bone. There are two main types of bone grafting: allograft and autograft. Allograft bone grafting is a common procedure because it eliminates the need to harvest bone tissue from the patient's own body, reducing surgical time and associated risks Autograft bone grafting, on the other hand, involves harvesting bone tissue from the patient's own body, typically from another part of the same bone or from the hip bone. Autograft bone grafting is often preferred over allograft bone grafting because it eliminates the risk of rejection and infection, and may provide better outcomes
Session 25: Biological Treatment of Osteoarthritis
In this session, we will provide an overview of biological treatment for osteoarthritis, including the underlying mechanisms of joint degeneration and pain, and the different types of biological agents that are currently available or in development. We will also examine the evidence for the safety and efficacy of these agents, as well as the challenges associated with their use in clinical practice. These sessions highlight the different types of biological agents that are available or in development for the treatment of osteoarthritis, and examine the evidence for their safety and efficacy, as well as the challenges associated with their use in clinical practice.
Session 26: Targeted Synthetic DMARDs
This session will highlight the importance of evidence-based practice in the use of targeted synthetic DMARDs and the need for ongoing research and innovation in this field. Targeted synthetic DMARDs (disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs) are a class of medications used in the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis. These medications work by inhibiting specific molecules involved in the immune response, thereby reducing inflammation and slowing or stopping the progression of the disease.
Session 27: Regeneration of Bone and Cartilage
In this session, we will discuss the regeneration of bone and cartilage which involves the natural healing and restoration of these tissues in response to injury or disease. Bone and cartilage are complex tissues that have limited ability to regenerate on their own, particularly in cases of extensive damage or degeneration. However, advances in medical research and technology have led to the development of various approaches for promoting bone and cartilage regeneration. The regeneration of bone and cartilage is a complex process that requires a multidisciplinary approach involving the use of various techniques and technologies. The use of bone grafts, growth factors, stem cells, and tissue engineering techniques has shown promise in promoting bone and cartilage regeneration, and continued research in this field is expected to lead to further advances in the treatment of bone and cartilage injuries and diseases.
Session 28: Engineered Stem Cells for Bone Regeneration
In this session, we will discuss how Engineered stem cells have shown promise in the field of bone regeneration. Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have the potential to differentiate into different cell types, including bone cells. By manipulating these stem cells in the laboratory, researchers can engineer them to differentiate into bone cells and implant them into the site of bone injury or defect. Also, we will discuss the advancements in engineered stem cells for bone regeneration by providing a safe, effective, and customizable approach to treating bone injuries and defects.
Session 29: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
This session begins by discussing the role of physical therapy in the treatment of various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. We will examine the different techniques and modalities used in physical therapy, including exercise, manual therapy, and electrotherapy, and their indications and contraindications. Moving on, we will examine the latest technologies and innovations in physical treatment and rehabilitation. We will emphasize the importance of evidence-based practice in physical treatment and rehabilitation and the need for ongoing research and innovation in this field. We hope that this conference will provide you with valuable insights and practical tools to enhance your clinical practice and improve patient outcomes.
Session 30: Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic care has emerged as a promising non-invasive treatment option for a range of spinal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and headaches. The practice focuses on restoring proper alignment and function to the spine, promoting natural healing and pain relief without the need for drugs or surgery. This session Highlights the effectiveness of spinal manipulation and other chiropractic techniques in reducing pain, improving mobility, and enhancing overall health and well-being. With a growing body of evidence supporting its effectiveness and safety, chiropractic care is becoming an increasingly popular treatment option for patients.
Session 31: Innovations in Orthopedic Implants and 3D Bioprinting
Orthopedic implants are devices used in orthopedic surgery to replace or stabilize damaged or diseased bones and joints. These implants can range from screws and plates used to fix bone fractures to artificial joints used to replace damaged or arthritic joints. In this session on orthopedic implants, medical professionals and experts in orthopedic surgery may discuss various aspects of the use of implants in orthopedic surgery.
This session on 3D bioprinting shows how it has emerged as a promising technology in orthopedics, offering the potential to create custom implants and tissues that can be used to treat a range of orthopedic conditions. One of the main benefits of 3D bioprinting in orthopedics is the ability to create customized implants that match the patient's unique anatomy. As 3D bioprinting continues to advance, it is likely to have a significant impact on the field of orthopedics, improving the quality of care delivered to patients and advancing the treatment options available to healthcare professionals.
Session 32: Case Reports and Clinical Studies
The session on "Case Studies and Clinical Reports on Orthopedics" will be an informative and insightful event that focused on the latest advancements in orthopedic care. The session featured a range of experts, including orthopedic surgeons, clinicians, and researchers, who shared their experiences and insights on various case studies and clinical reports related to orthopedics. Overall, the session on "Case Studies and Clinical Reports on Orthopedics" was a valuable opportunity for healthcare professionals to learn about the latest developments in orthopedic care and exchange ideas and experiences with other experts in the field.
Over the past few decades, the orthopedics market has undergone significant changes and developments. In the past, the market was primarily focused on joint replacement surgeries, such as hip and knee replacements, which were the most commonly performed orthopedic procedures. However, with the advancement of technology and the aging of the population, the market has expanded to include a wider range of orthopedic devices and treatments, such as spine surgeries, sports medicine procedures, and trauma surgeries.
Looking towards the future, the orthopedics market is expected to continue to grow, driven by factors such as the aging population, the increasing prevalence of orthopedic conditions, and technological advancements. The market is also expected to see a shift towards personalized medicine and minimally invasive procedures, as patients become more informed and seek out treatments that are tailored to their individual needs and preferences.
In addition, there is likely to be an increased focus on value-based care and cost containment, as healthcare systems look for ways to improve outcomes while controlling costs. This could lead to increased competition among orthopedics companies, as they strive to develop products and services that provide the best possible outcomes at the lowest cost.
Overall, the orthopedics market is expected to continue to evolve and grow in the coming years, with new technologies and treatment options driving innovation and growth. However, the market will also face challenges, such as regulatory constraints and pricing pressures, which will require companies to be agile and innovative in order to succeed.