The Impact of Sports in Cartilage – How Much is Normal?
We are honoured to welcome you in Thessaloniki to discuss “The Impact of Sports in Cartilage Health”. We all understand the severity of the morbidity caused by cartilage injuries or posttraumatic – postsurgical osteoarthritis and we are happy to announce that in this special ICRS Focus Meeting we will all manage to get in-depth knowledge of the real problem, focusing on the mid and long term results of injury, or even no-injury!!
Epidemiological and pathophysiological data will be presented with the surgical techniques that are already used worldwide for the treatment of cartilage lesions. Special credit will be paid in evidence-based rehabilitation and prevention, parallel to presentation of surgical or conservative treatment that can lead to a better outcome. Our main aim is that all the participants, at the end of the Focus Meeting, will understand the impact of sports in joint homeostasis and cartilage health, and we hope that we open the discussion regarding consensus of how much is optimal and what is the best treatment algorithm. In the meantime, delegates and faculty will have the time to enjoy the famous Greek hospitality in the emblematic city of northern Greece next to mountain Olympus and the birthplace of Alexander the Great. Museum visits, exceptional cuisine, and relaxing time everywhere inside this lively city, will add to the value of the scientific event.
Effect of activity in joint homeostasis
Acute traumatic injuries in sports: what happens in the cartilage
Chronic damage and early OA in athletes: any evidence?
Treatment methodology to achieve better results
Orthobiologics: the impact on reducing OA prevalence in sports
Rehabilitation aspects towards achieving homeostasis
Prevention – Prescription of exercise as “cartilage health tool”
Treatment algorithm – Set the consensus
Workshop for rehabilitation on cartilage cases
Early Bird ICRS Member - EUR 290.0
Early Bird Non-ICRS Member - EUR 390.0
Early Bird Industry Associates - EUR 450.0
Early Bird Junior Members, Residents, Students & Physiotherapists - EUR 190.0
Normal Fee ICRS Member - EUR 390.0
Normal Fee Non-ICRS Member - EUR 490.0
Normal Fee Industry Associates - EUR 550.0
Normal Fee Junior Members, Residents, Students & Physiotherapists - EUR 290.0
Workshop Rehabilitation on Cartilage Cases Junior Members, Residents, Students & Physiotherapists - EUR 50.0
Workshop Rehabilitation on Cartilage Cases ICRS Members - EUR 90.0
Mediterranean Palace Hotel