Theme: New Perspectives on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical Medicine 2021

Physical Medicine 2021

ME Conferences takes the privilege to welcome the participants from all over the world to attend the 7th International Conference on Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation” to be held during October 04, 2021 which includes Keynote presentations, Oral talks and Poster presentations. Physical Medicine 2021 will be organised.

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focus on innovative technologies. Physical Medicine 2021 includes motivating logical introductions and keynote speakers who will provide an international platform for discussion of present and future challenges in Physical medicine and Rehabilitation. This is an international platform which provides the opportunity to discuss about the innovative and advanced researches and developments in health and wellness. It is a glorious opportunity to meet the prominent personalities from all over the world and learn the most recent technological researches.

Why to attend?

  • Keynote forums by renowned Physicians & Professors
  • Plenary talks and Poster presentations by global experts
  • Open Innovation Challenges
  • Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
  • Novel techniques to benefit your research
  • Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
  • Engage young researchers and scientists to conduct improved studies and researches which will open up new avenues for a better world.
  • Aims at generating public awareness by discussing various advancements and challenges in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

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Who Attends?

  • Physiatrists (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians)
  • Physiotherapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Kinesiologists
  • Chiropractors
  • Pediatricians
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Neurologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Orthopedic Specialists
  • Psychologists
  • Medical and Allied Healthcare Professionals
  • Researchers
  • Students
  • Physiotherapy Faculties
  • Physiotherapy Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Data Management Companies
  • Physiotherapy Students, Scientists
  • Sports Physicians
  • Other Medical Specialties
  • Neurologists & Neurosurgeons
  • Medical Insurance Representatives
  • Nurses

Track 1: Physical Therapy

Physical therapy, commonly known as physiotherapy, is a health-care profession whose goal is to improve movement and potential in people who have physical disabilities. Physical therapists are the professionals who work in this industry. Physiotherapy patients frequently have a lower quality of life as a result of physical impairments or functional restrictions caused by disease or injury. Back pain sufferers, older people with arthritis or balance issues, wounded athletes, new-born’s with developmental difficulties, and people who have had serious burns, strokes, or spinal cord injuries are all candidates for physiotherapy. Prosthetic replacement devices are taught to people with limb impairments.

  • Cerebral palsy physical therapy
  • Multiple sclerosis physical therapy
  • Stroke physical therapy

Track 2: Physiotherapy Techniques and Exercises

Because physiotherapy is marketed as a multifaceted profession, it can be difficult to know what to expect when beginning treatment. Physiotherapy aids in the improvement of mobility and physical performance. a patient's potential through a series of treatments that are tailored to each patient's specific needs A physiotherapist is likely to employ a variety of exercises and treatments, including...

Track 3: Mental Health and Physiotherapy

There is also a strong link between psychological state and the presence of many pain sites in other people. Not many physiotherapists understand that psychological state is the exclusive focus of their practise. The following remark, however, exemplifies this point: "There is no health without mental health." Physiotherapists are active in the prevention and promotion of health, including psychological state with fragile psychological condition, chronic musculoskeletal disorders, chronic pain, and psychosomatic disorders, as health care professionals.

  • To organize specific (physiotherapy) care for different
  • To ensure access to primary (physiotherapy) care for people with mental health problems
  • To provide treatment in ‘community‐based (physiotherapy) services for persons with severe mental health problems

Track 4: Physiotherapy Management and Post-operative Physiotherapy

You will be examined to a qualified physiotherapist for a preoperative evaluation and preoperative treatment/intervention plan before to scheduled surgery (Hip, Knee, Ankle). The goal of this visit is to establish a baseline of information about your pain, including the nature and degree of your pain, your functional abilities, strength, the range of motion accessible in each knee, and your breathing pattern.

  • Pre-operative treatment allows to have a speedy  recovery from any orthopaedic surgeries
  • Post-Operative Physiotherapy Treatment Physiotherapy treatments are often provided after the surgery in order to help decrease stiffness and pain

Track 5: Unique Scientific Physiotherapy Developments

Physiotherapy has come a long way since its inception. Previously, it was a neighbourhood rehabilitation centre with only two main services: electrotherapy and exercise therapy. However, there are many more areas of interest within the profession of physiotherapy that have emerged over time.

  • Movement based
  • Effect of weightlessness on our body systems
  • Ergonomics
  • Sports physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation
  • Biomechanical study and analysis of human motion

Track 6: Role of Physiotherapist in Covid-19

Physiotherapists (Physical Therapists) and other clinicians frequently have direct contact with patients, making them vulnerable to infectious illness transmission. Physiotherapists and other health professionals must therefore be familiar with COVID-19 and how to prevent its spread, as well as how they may participate in workforce planning. They must use their professional judgement to decide when, when, and how to offer care, keeping in mind that this is not necessarily the best environment for everyone concerned. At the same time, we must remember that our profession is critical to the health of our community, and that there are people in our communities whose health may be adversely affected by care disruptions.

  • Stay current
  • Minimize exposure in your setting
  • Get involved in workforce planning
  • Get educated - all staff should be trained

Track 7: Physiotherapy in Sport related Injuries

Sports and Physical Activity Physiotherapists are involved in the prevention and management of injuries that occur as a result of engagement in sports and exercise at all ages and levels of skill. These highly qualified physiotherapists offer evidence-based advice on how to safely participate in sports and fitness. Players have a clear grasp of the role of the sports physiotherapist, although it is restricted. They regard the sports physiotherapist as having a very injury-focused personality.

  • Injury prevention
  • Rehabilitation
  • Performance enhancement
  • Injury treatment

Track 8: Common Health Problems or Situations in need of Physiotherapy

When alternative therapies aren't working, your doctor may send you to a physical therapist. Physiotherapy may be recommended by your doctor as a preventive, rehabilitative, or pain management practise during the healing process. In other circumstances, patients may be aware of their own limitations, such as stiffness in the neck and shoulder, and seek treatment on their own. Physiotherapy can help people of all ages improve their health and treat a wide range of disorders.

Track 9: Physiotherapy in Oncology and Palliative Care

Palliative care is a practise discipline that focuses on accelerating and life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, COPD, motor neuron disease, and multiple sclerosis, all of which can benefit from physiotherapy. Palliative care enhances quality of life for patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families by offering pain relief and managing uncomfortable and debilitating symptoms.  Palliative care is used in cancer when a cure is not achievable or likely. Palliative care is a comprehensive term that refers to the active inter-disciplinary care of the whole person, encompassing the person's physical, social, psychosocial, and spiritual needs. It also includes the period of bereavement.

Track 10: Artificial Physiotherapy Methods

Physiotherapy is a movement-based treatment that helps people re-establish, maintain, and improve their physical strength, function, motion, and general health by physically addressing physical disabilities.

Track 11: Neurological Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

The treatment of patients with mobility and performance difficulties caused by problems with the nerve and neuromuscular systems of the body is known as neurological physiotherapy. Muscle weakness, poor balance and coordination, uncontrollable spasms and tremors, loss of function and diminished sensitivity are common symptoms of these illnesses. Acute neurological diseases such as a stroke, spinal injury or traumatic brain injury  may require emergency hospitalisation. Physiotherapy treatment may be requested by your doctor while you're in the hospital, depending on your symptoms and condition.

  • Functional Neurological Disorders
  • Stroke, CVA or TIA
  • Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease     

Track 12: Nursing Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy assistants support patients in managing physical pain and regaining or improving mobility, whether they are children or adults. They work in a variety of settings, including private practises, hospitals, fitness centres, and sports facilities, under the supervision of physiotherapists. The purpose is to prepare nursing and health-care professionals to accept full responsibility for prevention, treatment, nursing, and rehabilitation at all levels of health and social care. Individual, family, community, and public health protection and rehabilitation, as well as health and social services, are the foundations of their knowledge.

Track 13: Respiratory Physiotherapy

Chest physiotherapy is a collection of physical therapies that help you enhance your lung function and breathe more easily. Chest physical therapy, or CPT, works to expand the lungs, strengthen the breathing muscles, and relax and enhance the outflow of heavy lung secretions. Chest PT aids in the treatment of disorders like CF and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). It also keeps the lungs free after surgery and throughout periods of immobilisation, preventing pneumonia.

  • Chest percussion and vibration
  • Controlled coughing techniques
  • Deep breathing exercises
  • Incentive spirometry
  • Positioning and turning from side to side

Track 14: Yoga and Fitness

Yoga is having a big influence on traditional physical treatment. Yoga combines meditation, breathing exercises, self-reflection, body alignment, and balance to promote physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Its popularity has grown throughout time as a result of its adaptability to fit any age, condition, or athletic aptitude. New research suggests that yoga can help heal numerous muscles at once when used in conjunction with traditional physical therapy, potentially speeding up recovery, increasing muscle action and focussing the mind. The more we learn about the benefits of those seemingly disparate areas of health, the more we realise that combining the two extends far beyond flexibility and strength.

Track 15: Physiotherapy Treatment Options for Childbirth Patients

Pregnancy and childbirth can be wonderful experiences, but they can also be taxing on your body. Simple exercises and the formation of healthy habits can help you cope with many of the changes that occur in your body. It can also aid in the prevention of future injuries and disorders. As your body changes throughout pregnancy, your muscles, particularly those in your belly and pelvic floor, stretch. Ligaments also soften. Ligaments connect bone to bone and provide crucial joint stability. Simple workouts are frequently used to help strengthen these muscles and take care of your body during pregnancy and after childbirth.

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