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Scientific program

Feb 23-24, 2022    Singapore city, Singapore

International Conference on

Orthopedics and Osteoporosis Trauma

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DrTarul Jhadav
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DrTarul Jhadav

Smt CMPHomoeopathic Homoeopathic Medical College India

Title: ARTHROPLASTY

Abstract:

Gorham’s Disease or Disappearing bone disease is a rare uncurable disease affecting the bone architecture with a variable prognosis. The purpose of this article is to show a case of disappearing bone disease of a 29 years old male who was diagnosed and treated with conventional line of treatment available then for almost 4-5years and still continued to progress. With homoeopathic treatment which we started we could see in a span of two years the bone configuration reappearing in him. Further investigation to reassess him could not be done as he was already financially burdened. This clinical and radiological improvement in such a rare case for the first time certainly shows we now have a new avenue of management of such cases too with homoeopathy which hasn’t been possible as yet.

Biography:

Dr.Tarul Jadhav is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at Smt.CMP Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital since 2010, managing orthopedic cases through homoeopathy in opd as well as ipds under the guidance of eminent orthopedic surgeons. Skilled as a yoga teacher and special interest in understanding the psychodynamics of orthopedic conditions, gives her an edge in managing cases.  Skilled in taking yoga camps for patients, esp orthopedic and geriatric group. Regularly writing articles in the college magazine on yoga and recently got 2nd prize for the best paper presentation at the national level at AYUSH Ahmedabad, India. Has done international paper presentation as well. Is passionate about integrating all her skills ( of medical + yoga + graphotherapy) and as a stress resilience coach is helping mothers develop resilience too.

Speakers

Prof Dr Massimo Piracci
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Prof Dr Massimo Piracci

Czech Rehabilitation Hospital UAE

Title: Orthopedics

Abstract:

The case report we present concerns a 65-year-old male patient with idiopathic osteonecrosis of the left femoral head. After repeated cycles without the significant success of physiotherapy treatments, due to the worsening of the painful symptoms in the left coxo-femoral site with increasing functional limitation, it was decided to proceed with decompression surgery of the femoral head using a cannulated biological screw which due to its intrinsic structural characteristics, allowed the simultaneous application in the neck and femoral head of PRP growth factors prepared at the time of surgery. The clinical picture surprisingly regressed in a very short time with a complete functional recovery in the absence of significant pain. The MRI examination performed before the treatment in place, compared with a similar examination after 5 months, shows sub-total remission of the signal affecting the trabecular structure of the cephalic portion of the femur in line with the clinical picture just reported.

Biography:

Massimo Piracci, is a practicing, board certified consultant Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and brings Italian expertise to Saudi German Hospital Dubai On successful completion of his MBBS from Roma Tor Vergata, Italy in 1992, he subsequently received his MD in Orthopedic and Traumatology

Dr Silverio di Rocca
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Dr Silverio di Rocca

MPR International School Italy

Title: PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

Abstract:

The Myofunctional Postural Rehabilitation (M.P.R.) is a method that seeks balance between the stomatognathic system and the rest of the body, used at any age, in dysfunctional and athletes to improve performance.In medical sciences we commonly witness relapses in our treatments, and we are not aware that patients with chronic pain are sometimes visited by several specialists, without  results.in athletes it is necessary to obtain a good postural balance and a good coordination of postural receptors, as well as a good biochemical balance of the organism to improve performanceA major cause of postural imbalance, and as a consequence of the loss of performance is the negative action of the stomatognathic system on the static posture, that goes to alter and disrupte the function of other receptors like the eye and foot.The M.P.R. will teach you to identify these and treat the problema with natural and physiological treatments.the use of B.E.D. Body Equilibrium Device, will allow to cancel this negative effect of the Facial Cranio System, thus allowing to improve the athlete's performance.

Biography:

Silverio Di Rocca has completed Graduate degree in Dentistry, Post-graduate degree in Functional Orthopaedics both from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has also done a degree in Dentistry and Prostethic at the University of Turin, Italy and a Doctorate in Dentistry and Prosthetic at University of Turin, Italy. He is the Director of the M.P.R International School, Vice President International representative and Founder of API Swiss (International Association of Posturology Switzerland). He is also a Professor in Amocoac Diplomate in Mexico and COMEI, College of Dentistry in Mexico, Associated Professor in the Fisioterapist School in Tenerife Spain, Associated Professor in I.C.O.M (International College of Osteophatic Medicine) Milan, Italy and an International Honorary member of AMOCOAC (Mexicanian Association of Cranio Facial Orthopeadic).

Workshop

Yogesh Soni
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Yogesh Soni

Department of Orthopedics India

Title: PHYSIOTHERAPY

Abstract:

Occupation is an important determinant of health in general and its overall positive or negative effect on well-being results from the interaction between individual characteristics and work related features, the latter comprising biomechanical, psychosocial and sociological axes. In India, about three fourth of the population are dependent on different type of crop cultivation; of which paddy cultivation is an important one. Paddy cultivation involves in various processes, some of the postures, which were taken by crop cultivators, were very harmful. Some of the works are dominated by static muscular contraction and some other works are involved with repeated dynamic activity. In this backdrop the present study has been undertaken to assess the musculoskeletal disorders and overall postural stress in 55 male food growers during transplanting of paddy seedlings in southern area of West Bengal (WB). Different working postures of the agricultural workers analyzed with the ovako working posture analysis system (OWAS), rapid upper limb assessment (RULA), and rapid entire body assessment (REBA) methods. The food growers adopt awkward postures at work and suffer from musculoskeletal disorders because they remain in such awkward postures for a prolonged period of time. From the result of the present study it was observed that those food growers worked continuously in awkward postures during certain agricultural activities. Consequently they suffered from discomfort in different parts of their body.

 

Biography:

Yogesh Soni, is currently working as Assistant Professor in Department of Physiology, Guru Nanak Institutions [Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus (GNITC)], Telangana State, Hyderabad, is having M. Sc. degree in Human Physiology from University of Calcutta with a first class. He has published 71 full length research papers; among them 30 as first author in Peer Reviewed Journals (International and National), Conference Proceedings and as Book Chapters and also presented papers in International and National Conferences held at different university. He also served as member of eEditorial Board and Reviewer of different International and National Journal.
 

Poster

Ayan Chatterjee
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Ayan Chatterjee

Assistant Professor at Guru Nanak Institutions India

Title: TENDINITIS

Abstract:

Cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, Tay-Sachs disease, phenylketonuria and color-blindness are diseases caused by gene mutations. Just like the mutation of genes causes diseases, other gene mutations actually protect from and mitigate other diseases. Both the causation and protection from diseases by genes and mutations thereof [which are a function of the human terrain] validate the germ terrain duality theory of disease.

Biography:

Ayan Chatterjee is an Independent Researcher. Alumnus, College of Medicine University of Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.  Winner, 2004 NIIT Scholarship (Grade A++)