4th World Congress on

Physiotherapy & Physical rehabilitation

Theme: Excellence In physical therapy

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Event Location

ROME, ITALY
Hotel Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia

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Physiotherapy Conference 2020

About Conference

Euroscicon  invites all the participants i.e., Researchers, Professors, scientific communities, delegates, students, business professionals and executives from all over the world to attend “4th World Congress on Physiotherapy & Physical rehabilitation” during   SEP 23-24, 2020 at ROME, ITALY. which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks (Speaker forum and Young research forum), Poster presentations, Workshops and Exhibitions.

Physiotherapy Conference 2020  is a global overview the Theme: “Excellence In physical therapy” which brings together professionals particularly interested in the Physiotherapy research work and discussions about new scientific discoveries have brought about some significant advances in the understanding of why differing approaches to the management of chronic pain are needed. There is growing evidence for the application of ultrasonography, radio frequency ablation and neuromodulation in chronic Physiotherapy for both diagnostic and treatment applications. Techniques such as epigenetics and the use of risk stratification tools will enable personalised medicine. The quality of clinical research and lessons learned from opioid addiction have enabled the clinician to better advise their patients on the best treatments for them. This meeting showcases some of these advances placing them firmly in clinical practice.

 

This two days conference should enable the attendee to pick up the best in what Physiotherapy has to offer as well as highlight future directions.

 

 

Why to Attend Physiotherapy conference 2020 ? Physiotherapy conference 2020  that aims at bringing together all the Physiotherapists and Fitness professionals, students to provide an international forum for the dissemination of original research results, new ideas and practical development experiences which concentrate on both theory and practices in our International Meetings. Physiotherapy conference 2020  is a multi-disciplinary conference of physiotherapists, physicians, sports and fitness medicine professionals dedicated to work, education, research, advocacy and the care of athletes of all ages.

The majority of Physiotherapy conference 2020 Attendees will be Physiotherapists, Doctors, Academic Professors, Lecturers, Board Directors, Deans, CEOs, and Researchers. Also, we will be seeing the Physical health professionals like Physical Therapists, Nutritionists, Sports Psychologists, Exercise Physiologists, and Primary Care Physicians with fellowship training and added qualification in sports medicine that then combine their practice of sports medicine with their primary specialty. Physiotherapy conference 2020  also includes members who specialize in non-surgical sports medicine and serve as team physicians at the youth level, NCAA, NFL, MLB, NBA, WNBA, MLS and NHL, as well as with Olympic teams. By nature of their training and experience, sports medicine physicians are ideally suited to provide comprehensive medical care for athletes, sports teams or active individuals who are simply looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Who should Attend???

Target Audience:

For Researchers and Faculty Members:

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

For Students and Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award) 
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

For Product Manufacturers:

 Target Audiences:

Physiatrists (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians)

Physiotherapists

Occupational Therapists

Rehabilitation & Health

Physiotherapy Faculty

Medical Colleges

Business Entrepreneurs

Pediatricians

Neurologists

Sports Physicians

Orthopedic Surgeons

Orthopedic Specialists

Psychologists

Medical and Allied Healthcare Professionals

Researchers

Students

 

Conference highlights:

Advancements in Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Techniques and Exercises

Physiotherapy in Treatment & Care

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological Physiotherapy and treatments

Rehabilitation methods

Sports Science & Exercise Physiology

Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Physiotherapy for Children’s

Pain medicine

Physiotherapy methods and Instrumentation

Geriatric Physical Therapy

Manual Physiotherapy Strategies

Experimental techniques in Physiotherapies

Acupuncture & Techniques

Yoga & Fitness

Nursing Physiotherapy

Kinesiology & Biomechanics

Physiotherapy Management and Post-operative Physiotherapy

Osteopathy

Arthritis

Orthopedic Surgery

Traditional Physical therapy medicine

Chest and Respiratory physiotherapy

SESSIONS AND TRACKS

Track-01

Advancements in Physiotherapy

There has been renewed interest in the spondyloarthropathy family of chronic inflammatory Pain medication conditions, which has been fuelled to a large extent by the biologic era. Over the period of the past 2 years, there have been several notable advances. First, there have been several large, high-quality randomized controlled trials evaluating the tumour necrosis factor (TNF) blockers and conservative treatments such as physiotherapy and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for use in spondyloarthropathy. Operant behavioural and cognitive-behavioural treatment for chronic low back pain

Track-02

Physiotherapy Techniques and Exercises

There are well over 20 different treatment approaches commonly used by your physiotherapist.  In fact, your physiotherapist has training that includes techniques used by most hands-on professions such as chiropractors, osteopaths, massage therapists, and kinesiologists.

 

Track -03

Physiotherapy in Treatment & Care

Physiotherapy assesses, diagnoses, treats and works to prevent, disease and disability using physical means. It aims to help restore movement and function and reduce pain and stiffness in disorders that were present from birth, acquired through an accident or injury, or are the result of ageing or life-changing events.

  • Exercise programs to improve mobility, strengthen muscles and bestow a feeling of wellbeing. Sometimes for the whole body or specific areas, hydrotherapy or aquatic therapy may be suggested based on individual goals and history.
  • Joint (toes, knees, shoulder, hips) manipulation and mobilization to reduce pain, tension and stiffness and improve your range of movement.

 

 

Track -04

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological rehabilitation is in many ways unique from the other branches of neurology. Rehabilitation is a process of education of the paralyzed person with the aim of ancillary that individual to endure with family, friends, work, and leisure as independently as possible. Neurorehabilitation is a distinct topic. Some of the circumstances that may aid from neurological rehabilitation may include Vascular disorders, Infections, Structural or neuromuscular disorders, Functional disorders and Degenerative disorders such as Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer disease and Huntington chorea.

 

Track -05

 

Neurological Physiotherapy and treatments

 

Neurological physical therapy, Rehabilitation after stroke is crucial because two thirds of patients suffer disability as a result of the stroke. The disability depends on the size and location of the stroke. For example, stroke in the left side of the brain tends to impair speech, comprehension of the spoken word, motor power and sensation on the right side of the body. Stroke in the right side of the brain tends to impair attention, Spinal Cord Injury, and movement and sensation on the left side of the body.

 

Track -06

Rehabilitation methods

 

Rehabilitation deals with restoring ability or abilities in individuals who had been lost previously due to any kind of accident, trauma or any other health issues. Physical therapy is a professional career that has many specialties including sports, neurology; wound care, EMG, cardiopulmonary, geriatrics, orthopedic and pediatrics. Neurological rehabilitation is, in particular, a rapidly emerging field. PTs practice in many settings, such as private-owned physical therapy clinics, outpatient clinics or offices, health and wellness clinics, rehabilitation hospitals facilities, skilled nursing facilities, extended care facilities, private homes, education and research centers, schools, hospices, industrial and this workplaces or other occupational environments, fitness centers and sports training facilities 

 

 

Track 07

Sports Science & Exercise Physiology

 

 There are two main goals for the research group. One is to examine basic mechanisms for central and peripheral limitations connected to supply and demand of oxygen transport and identify training responses within the different mechanisms. Exercise physiology is the study of the body’s response and ability to adapt to physical activity. Exercise physiology, like exercise science, focuses on how physical activity can improve health and wellness.

 

Track 08

Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Pediatric rehabilitation medicine (PRM) focuses on the rehabilitation and medical management of children with brain injuries, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular disorders, and a range of musculoskeletal conditions. Pediatric physiatrists are physicians who specialize in the rehabilitation care and medical management of children with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular disorders, and an array of musculoskeletal conditions.

 

 

Track 09

 

Physiotherapy for Children’s

 

 

Physiotherapists generally work with children who are having physical and developmental disabilities like Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and help them with physical and motor skills problems. Physiotherapists who work with children’s want you to be involved in your child’s discussion and in planning your child’s treatment. Good connection with families is very important to pediatric physiotherapists. With the help of Physiotherapists Babies and children learn about themselves and their environment through movement. Movement is basic for their physical as well as mental growth, general health and overall human wellbeing. A physiotherapist helps babies and children move to their finest of their ability.

 

 

Track 10

Pain medicine

 

 

 The World Health Organization recommends a pain ladder for managing analgesia. It was first described for use in cancer pain, but it can be used by medical professionals as a general principle when dealing with analgesia for any type of pain. Generally, the drugs are classified for pain mainly include, Opioid medication scan provide short, intermediate or long acting analgesia depending upon the specific properties of the medication and whether it is formulated as an extended release drug. Narcotics also referred to as opioid pain relievers used only for pain that is severe and is not helped by other forms of painkillers. When used rigorously and underneath a doctor's direct care, these medications are often effective at reducing pain. Narcotics work by binding to receptors into the brain that blocks the sensation of pain. When used rigorously and underneath a doctor's direct care, they'll be effective at reducing pain. 

 

Track 11

Physiotherapy methods and Instrumentation

 

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilizations or Simply IASTM is a new range of tool which enables clinicians to efficiently locate and treat individuals diagnosed with soft tissue Aquatic physical therapy. The technique itself is said to be a modern evolution from Traditional Chinese Medicine called GuaSha. However, GuaSha was not used to treat Musculoskeletal conditions but was traditionally applied along meridiens to move the Nociceptive Pain out through the skin. IASTM is a is a procedure that is rapidly growing in popularity due to its effectiveness and efficiency while remaining non-invasive, with its own indications and limitations, healthcare provider.

 

Track 12

Geriatric Physical Therapy

 

Geriatric physical therapy covers numerous issues concerning people as they go through normal adult aging. These include (but are not limited to) arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders and in continence, reduce pain and increase fitness.

Track 13

Manual Physiotherapy Strategies

Manual therapy was the most effective treatment. Recovery rates after seven weeks in the manual therapy group, physiotherapy group, and general practitioner care group were 68%, 51%, and 36%, respectively. The number needed to treat was 3 that is, every third patient referred to manual therapy would make a complete recovery Neuromuscular Medicine within seven weeks compared with patients referred to continued care by a general Muskoskeletal Physical Therapy.

 

Track 14

Experimental techniques in Physiotherapies

Exercise strategies with different techniques for early development and situating. A few investigations have demonstrated no huge distinction between patients experiencing CPM and those experiencing PROM or different types of early movement.

 

Track 15

Acupuncture & Techniques

 

Acupuncture helps to ease types of pain that are often chronic such as neck pain, low-back pain and osteoarthritis/knee pain. It also may help reduce the frequency of tension headaches and prevent a migraine headache which was suggested from number of studies. Thus, acupuncture appears to be a suitable option for people with chronic pain to consider. In Acupuncture very thin needles, slightly thicker than a human hair, are inserted into acupuncture points. The objective of acupuncture as explained earlier is to regulate and normalize the flow of the Chi, so that the Yin and the Yang return to a state of dynamic equilibrium.

 

Track 16

Yoga & Fitness

 

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Raja yoga. Many studies have tried to determine the effectiveness of yoga as a complementary intervention for cancer, schizophrenia, asthma, and heart disease. The results of these studies have been mixed and inconclusive, with cancer studies suggesting none to unclear effectiveness, and others suggesting yoga may reduce risk factors and aid in a patient's psychological healing process.

 

 

Track 17

Womens Health & Palliative Care

Palliative Medicare is an expert in musculoskeletal dysfunction and will work with you to help you optimize function and provide pain relief during this important time in your life. Women and incontinence: Incontinence affects 15 percent of all adults and 26 percent of all women between the ages of 30 and 59. Currently, 15 to 25 million Americans suffer with incontinence. Knee joint pains in overweight and arthritis, most common are osteoarthritis and  Low Back Pain both of which are treatable occurs mostly in the age of forties and hence is a common dysfunction for all the women of this age. Pregnancy related pelvic girdle disorder occurs in 60-70% of women during their gestation period. The pelvic girdle is defined as the Palliative Sedation and the pubic symphysis (the joint in the front of the pelvis). Up to 40% of women reporting back pain during pregnancy still report pain in the postpartum period. Relatively few women report this pain to their healthcare provider.

 

Track 18

Nursing Physiotherapy

 

Physiotherapy assistants also known as physical therapy assistants, help injured or ill children and adults to manage physical pain and regain or improve mobility. They work under the supervision of physiotherapists in a variety of places including private practices, hospitals, fitness or sports facilities. The aim is to train nursing and health care experts who can take part with their full responsibility in prevention, treatment, nursing and rehabilitation at all levels of health and social care. Their knowledge is based on studies of individual, family, community and public health protection and rehabilitation as well as on health and social services.

 

Track 19

Kinesiology & Biomechanics

The fields of Biomechanics and kinesiology study the human movement patterns and related motor skills. The fields of Biomechanics and kinesiology can be incredibly complex and so can the concepts of motor skills and movement patterns.

 

Track 20

Physiotherapy Management and Post-operative Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy/Physical Therapy is a health care profession that aims to develop, maintain and restore maximum functional ability throughout life. It helps in restoring normal body function and preventing disability arising from disease, trauma or injury. PTs utilize an individual's history and physical examination to arrive at a diagnosis and establish a management plan, and when necessary, incorporate the results of laboratory and imaging studies. Physical therapy has many specialties including cardiopulmonary, geriatrics, neurological, sports, manual, orthopedic and pediatrics to name some of the more common areas.

 

 

Track 21

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a sort of choice remedy that underscores manipulate and other Physical control of muscle tissue and bones. In the United States, osteopathic specialists are arranged and are attested to rehearse sedate. They address a branch of medication called Osteopathic Medicine. Osteopaths arranged elsewhere are arranged just in manual osteopathic treatment, generally to quite solid and skeletal conditions, and are insinuated as osteopathic specialists. They are not allowed to call themselves Osteopaths in the United States to avoid perplexity with affirmed specialists. In the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand osteopaths are enrolled and coordinated by law as experts yet may not sharpen prescription.

 

 

Track 22

Arthritis

 

A rising elderly population and increasing allocations for research and development of new drugs is what is serving to drive growth in the global rheumatology therapeutics market. This has led to the emergence of many new drugs. Their swift approvals by the appropriate authorities have also led to the growth in the market. The global rheumatology therapeutics market will rise at a lackluster CAGR of 2.7% from 2017 to 2025 to become worth US$ 52.96 bn by 2025 from US$41.88 bn in 2016. Nearly 20% of aged people who suffer a hip fracture die within a year. One out of every two women over 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime, with risk of fracture increasing with age. The global rheumatology therapeutics market is projected to be driven by the increasing geriatric population in developed countries. Also according to world arthritis day, more than 120 million people in European Union are affected by some of the forms of arthritis. The growing geriatric population in developed countries is likely to be key driving factor for global rheumatology therapeutics market. Geriatric Rheumatology is the branch of prescription that studies rheumatologic disarranges in matured. It is likewise called Gerontorheumatology. The geriatric rheumatology clinic provides evaluation and management services to patients with various musculoskeletal and soft tissue disorders. Geriatric Rheumatology fortifies the conflict that the present information perceive a knowledge gap and a need to readdress the characteristic chronicles and best treatment of rheumatic contamination in a demographic get together for which discharged experience and clinical test information are lacking. Gerontorheumatology concurs with the particular qualities of onset, course and cure of rheumatic diseases in patients of refined age. The essential conclusion of provocative rheumatic contamination after the age of 60 is prevented by the recurrence of non-particular general disease side effects. Arthritis is a disease causing painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. Rheumatism or rheumatic disorder refers to an acute or chronic illness which is characterized by inflammation and reduced function of connecting or supporting structures such as the joints, tendons, ligaments, bones, and muscles. More updates can be found at Elderly Care Conferences.

 

Track 23

Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery is the branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system focuses on patient care in each of these orthopaedic subspecialties adult reconstruction and joint replacement, sports medicine, spine surgery, surgery of the hand and wrist, surgery of the shoulder and elbow, surgery of the foot and ankle, musculoskeletal tumour surgery, orthopaedic trauma Surgery, paediatric orthopaedics, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

 

Track 24

Traditional Physical therapy medicine

 

Traditional medicine is “the knowledge, skills, and practices based on the theories, beliefs, and experiences indigenous to different cultures, used in the maintenance of health and in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical and mental illness”. The knowledge of certain herbs, animals, and minerals that have curative and palliative effects was transmitted from one generation to another and it is the outcome of bold experimentation through trial and error method over hundreds of years. Traditional medicine is the mother of all other systems of medicine such as Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani, Nature cure and even modern medicine.

Oriental Medicine

Healing Plants

Integrative Medicine

Natural Products

Meditation & Massage Therapy

 

 

 

Track 25

Chest and Respiratory physiotherapy

Cardiac Rehabilitation is the most common treatment for people recovering from myocardial infraction and angioplasty, coronary-aortic by-pass graft surgery. It is to improve the cardiac function, reduce the risk of reinfarction and to prevent progression of the atherosclerotic process

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARKET ANALYSIS

The global Physiotherapy  market is worth around $30.9 billion in 2007. It is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.63% to reach $40.6 billion by the end of the forecast period, 2012. The pharmaceuticals segment of the Physiotherapy-management market is valued at $29 billion in 2007. It will be worth $38 billion by 2012 at a CAGR of 5.6%.       

In 2007, market revenue from the medical devices segment is around $1.9 billion. This segment is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 6.5% to reach $2.6 billion by the end of 2012.According to research report, "Global Physiotherapy Management Drugs Market: Analysis By Type (Opioids, NSAIDs, Anti-Migraine, Anticonvulsants), By Application, By Region, By Country: Opportunities and Forecast (2011-2021)" the global market is projected to display a robust growth with a CAGR of 4.96% during 2016- 2021, chiefly driven by large number of drugs in pipeline, rising number of chronically ill patients, new reforms and regulations in the consumption of medical cannabis.

Company profiled are Endo Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Purdue Pharma, GSK, Tetra Bio Pharma, Allergen, Boehringer-Ingelheim and Sanofi, Pfizer. The report intends to provide cutting-edge market intelligence and help decision makers take sound investment evaluation. Besides, the report also identifies and analyses the emerging trends along with major drivers, challenges and opportunities in the global food service equipment market. Additionally, the report also highlights market entry strategies for various companies across the globe.

Market for global Physiotherapy management pharmaceuticals and devices by revenue at manufacturers’ sales levels is projected to grow from $36.6 billion in 2014 to nearly $37.8 billion in 2015 and $44.3 billion in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.2% between 2015 and 2020.  

Report Includes

1. An overview of the global market for Physiotherapy management drugs, which will address acute vs. chronic Physiotherapy, treatments, and issues facing healthcare workers.

2. Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013 and 2014; estimates for 2015, and projections of CAGRs through 2020.

3. Examination of product categories, use of products, and the competitive landscape.

4. Coverage of several significant market trends, including undertreatment issues, professional issues, managed care Physiotherapy issues, trends in new therapies, product pipelines, generic participation, Physiotherapy research, drug delivery, and patent expirations.

5. Discussion of new regulatory requirements.

6. Comprehensive company profiles of major players in the industry.

Report Scope

This report is designed to be a helpful business tool that will provide a thorough evaluation of the markets for Physiotherapy management. The geographical scope of this study is global. This study will address acute versus chronic Physiotherapy, treatments and regulatory issues facing healthcare workers. Also provided is detailed information based on product categories, use of products, forecasts and competitive analyses.

The report identifies two general segments of Physiotherapy management:

1. Pharmaceuticals

2.  Devices

Within the pharmaceuticals segment several sub-segments are discussed in detail, including:

1. Narcotic Physiotherapy management

2. Non-narcotic Physiotherapy management

3. Antimigraine treatments

4. Anesthetics

5. Other drugs (including fibromyalgia treatments)

The device segment covers several product lines and specifically targets the largest product segments including:

1. Electrotherapy stimulators

2. Spine stimulators

3. Other products (including electromagnetic therapies and other treatments).

4. For each market segment detailed information is provided based on product categories, product use, forecasts and competitive analyses.

 

Conference Highlights 

  • Abdominal and Pelvic Physiotherapy
  • Acute Physiotherapy
  • Cancer Physiotherapy
  • Clinical Trials
  • Complex Regional Physiotherapy Syndrome
  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Physiotherapy

 

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Physiotherapy Universities Physiotherapy Conferences

Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyUniversity of Oxford Physiotherapy CME Conferences | Stanford University Yale University | University of California | Johns Hopkins University | Imperial College London | University of California | University of Cia Institute of Technology | University of Toronto McGill University | Duke University | University of Melbourne | Columbia University | National University of Singapore | University of Chicago| The University of Tokyo | Physiotherapy Meetings | University of Pennsylvania | University of Michigan | Cornell University | University of Washington | University College London | Karolinska Institute | Sweden Rockefeller University | University of Edinburgh| The University of Sydney | University of London | University of British Columbia | The University of Manchester | Pain Medicine Conferences | University of Queensland | University of Wisconsin Madison | Boston University | Monash University | University of Texas | Kyoto University | The University of Auckland | Washington University | Humboldt Universität ZU Berlin | Physiotherapy USA | Erasmus University | Leiden University | McMaster University | University of Hong Kong| Australian National University | University of Helsinki | University of Bristol | New York University | Pain Research Conferences | Ruprecht Karls Universität | Aarhus University | Baylor College of  Medicine| Brown University | Cardiff University | Dartmouth College | Freie Universität Berlin | Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine | Ludwig Maximilians Universität | Lund University| Maastricht University | Mayo Medical School | National Taiwan University | Northwestern University | Osaka University | Pennsylvania State University | Purdue University | Queen Mary University | Technische Universität | The University of Adelaide | Physiotherapy Meetings | The University of New South Wales | The University of Sheffield | The University of Western Australia | Trinity College Dublin | Tufts University | Université Catholique de Louvain | Université de Montréal | University of Aberdeen | University of Alberta | University of Amsterdam | University of Bath | University of California | University of Copenhagen

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