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Session 01: Arthroplasty
Arthroplasty are preferred when the medical treatment no longer providing enough relieve from pain and disability. Arthroplasty is a surgical methodology of Orthopedics for the restoration, resurfacing, realignment and for the reconstruction of the joints. The most common reason behind the arthroplasty is the cause of stiffened joints and to relieve the extreme pains in joints.
The most common medical treatments carried out before arthroplasty are Pain medicines, Corticosteroid injections, Physical therapies, Anti-inflammatory medicines, Viscosupplementation injections, Exercise and conditioning. Arthroscopy is the minimal invasive surgical process carried in the treatment of joints using an Arthroscope. The injuries caused in the muscular skeletal system leading to the Orthopedics trauma results in the surgery procedure of Arthroplasty and Arthroscopy.
- Track 1-1Joint treatment and Replacement
- Track 1-2Orthopedics trauma
- Track 1-3Reconstruction of the joints
- Track 1-4Biomaterials in Arthroplasty
- Track 1-5Hip and Knee Joint Treatment
Session 02: Hip Arthroplasty
Hip replacement is extremely successful surgery in which segments of the hip joint the pelvis and femur are swapped with prostheses. It is made mostly to reduce hip pain and stiffness triggered by hip arthritis. Acute hip pain that is not helped by medicine and that intrudes with your work, sleep or daily activities and the hip rigidity that inhibits movement and becomes hard to walk. Hip Arthroplasty surgery the injured sections of your hip are restored with synthetic transplants. The socket is replaced with a strong plastic cup, which may or may not also include a titanium metallic shell. Your femoral skull will be taken and replaced with a ball made from ceramic or a metal alloy.
- Track 2-1Osteoarthritis
- Track 2-2Hemiarthroplasty
- Track 2-3Rheumatoid arthritis
- Track 2-4Osteonecrosis
- Track 2-5Childhood hip disease
Session 03: Knee Arthroplasty
Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) replacement is an orthopaedic procedure whereby the three articular surfaces of the knee (femoral, tibial, and patellar) are changed by prosthetic mechanisms. Arthroplasty is usually believed that the non-operative homeopathic treatment no longer efficiently manages tenderness of the joint. All through the articular side of the joint may be replaced, remodel, or rearranged using various procedures.
- Track 3-1Inflammatory arthritis
- Track 3-2Trauma
- Track 3-3Aggressive granulomatosis
- Track 3-4Neuropathic arthropathy
- Track 3-5Metallosis
- Track 3-6Patellofemoral instability
Session 04: Shoulder Arthroplasty
Shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) is to restore the glenohumeral joint near to native anatomy condition, interestingly both the upper edge of the humerus and the glenoid. This method requires adequate glenoid bone supply to make certain glenoid implant fixation. Its major symptoms are osteoarthritis, aseptic destructive arthropathy and humeral head avascular necrosis with glenoid modification. Where the Shoulder Arthroplasty is the change of restricted joint replacement breakdown. Humeral head ascension related with massive rotator cuff tear is a contraindication to TSA; certainly, anatomical joint replacement is mainly on natural soft tissue erections for mobility and longevity Thus, it is required to make sure before rotator cuff integrity and the deficiency of glenoid wear.
- Track 4-1Reverse shoulder arthroplasty
- Track 4-2Hemi arthroplasty
- Track 4-3Glenohumeral Arthritis
- Track 4-4Rheumatoid Arthritis
Session 05: Foot and Ankle Arthroplasty
Ankle alternative surgery has been an alternative for decades. Recent improvements in generation and strategies have made it the preferred choice for treating patients with ankle arthritis. Ankle alternative can take away the ache from the arthritis and hold the movement on the joint. This helps patients carry out tasks including strolling on choppy ground and going up and down stairs. It additionally protects the other joints of the foot to assist save you them from getting arthritis. A typical ankle replacement is the surgical removal of segments of the bones and cartilage that make up the ankle joint. These are changed with a steel piece inside the tibia, another metal piece within the talus, and a plastic piece between the two.
- Track 5-1Osteonecrosis
- Track 5-2Charcot arthropathy
- Track 5-3Peripheral neuropathy
- Track 5-4Osteoporosis
Session 06: Spine Surgery
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery makes use of small incisions (approximately 1-2 inches) from spinal discs or vertebrae without the need for big amounts of muscle dissection or trauma to the structures surrounding the spine. Once the incisions are made, actual-time X-ray (called fluoroscopy) and small surgical gadgets are used to restore damaged spinal discs or vertebrae. This means the incisions with some distance smaller, but the techniques are brief and much less invasive.
- Track 6-1Spondylolysis
- Track 6-2Spinal stenosis
- Track 6-3Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion
- Track 6-4Laminectomy
- Track 6-5Pseudarthrosis
Session 07: Arthroscopy
Knee arthroscopy has grown to be one of the most common techniques used to diagnose and treat knee accidents. It is a minor surgical operation this is completed case foundation. The doctor makes numerous small incisions (cuts) across the knee and then inserts the arthroscope (a small tube-like instrument) into the knee. This lets in the doctor to see the entire knee joint. In many instances he additionally can restore a few wounds.
- Track 7-1Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Track 7-2Acromegaly
- Track 7-3Amyloidosis
- Track 7-4Anaemia
Session 08: Shoulder Arthroscopy and Rotator cuff repair
Tears of the rotator cuff of the shoulder are potentially painful and disabling conditions. Treatments for rotator cuff tears range extensively depending upon the severity of signs and symptoms. The character with a rotator cuff tear can have a sudden (acute/stressful) or slow (continual) onset of shoulder ache with or without weakness. Although tears can occur due to a traumatic damage, many tears occur firmly, and no specific injury may be recalled. The ache usually takes place with overhead motions.
- Track 8-1Tendonitis
- Track 8-2Pectoralis Tendon Repair
- Track 8-3Coracoplasty
- Track 8-4Lysis of Adhesions
Session 09: Orthopedic Trauma
When harm or stressful event affects the bones, joints or gentle tissues, orthopedic trauma surgeons are fine prepared to deal with the problem. The aim of this uniqueness area is to optimize the recovery of damaged bones and associated tissues. This consists of fractures of the hip, tibia, femur, humerus (higher arm bone), elbow, pelvis, clavicle (collarbone) and forearm. From hairline fractures to finish breaks in the bone, trauma experts can propose the remedies with a view to result in the best viable consequences.
- Track 9-1Geriatric hip fractures
- Track 9-2Pelvis and acetabular fractures
- Track 9-3Joint transplantation
- Track 9-4Osteomyelitis treatment
Session 10: Exercise and Sports medicine
Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM), which is now well established in many countries. It can broadly also refer to doctors and other paramedical practitioners who work in a broader setting. The various sports medicine experts often work together as a team to ensure the best recovery plan for the individual. Team members can include orthopedic surgeons, certified athletic trainers, sports physical therapists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, as well as specialty SEM physician’s.
- Track 10-1Nutritionists
- Track 10-2Ankle sprain
- Track 10-3Tendonitis
- Track 10-4Exercise-induced asthma