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Hip meets Physio & Sports
20 Jun 2020
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We are excited to present the brand-new online symposium "Hip meets Physio and Sports" which will be livestreamed from our TV studio at Hammerbrooklyn.DigitalCampus in Hamburg and is addressed to „hip enthusiasts". All speakers believe that hip surgery only works in a team approach.

Join us live on Saturday, 20 June 2020 from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (CET) for an exciting educational journey starting with the "Basics" of hip anatomy and hip biomechanics followed by different views to the hip (Manual Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, specific "groin" and "hip" surgeon). In the second part of the seminar - "Getting Closer" - our international faculty will discuss essential topics to consider when patients suffer from hip and groin pain. The third part - "Oh My God - Surgery" - deals with up-to-date surgical treatment options and precise aftercare. The fourth and last part - "Treat & Care" - will focus on prevention programs, return to activity and try to share some ideas about combined hip and spine "problems". Highly specialized international speakers will guarantee a deep knowledge of hip problems, diagnostics and treatment options.

Be part of this exceptional live online symposium which takes a unique holistic approach to hip and groin problems and will engage you in interactive live discussions conveniently from your home. Ask your questions to our experts and get answers to your most burning questions.

Scientific Chairs
Alexander Baillou, MSc

Sports Physiotherapist

Hüftnetzwerk.at, Vienna, Austria

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Professor
Frank Timo Beil, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Director Orthopedics, Clinic for Trauma Surgery and Orthopedics, UKE, Hamburg, Germany

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Hartmut Bork, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Reha Center St. Joseph Stift, Sendenhorst, Germany

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Christopher Cramer, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Research Associate Clinic and Polyclinic for Trauma, Hand and Reconstruction Surgery, UKE, Hamburg, Germany

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Professor
Faramarz Dehghani, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Institute for Anatomy Cell Biology, University Clinic, Halle (Saale), Germany

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Andreas Dohm

Physiotherapist

Deutsche Arzt AG, Essen, Germany
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Axel Gänsslen, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Grizzlys Wolfsburg (Icehockey)
Consultant Clinic for Trauma Surgery, Orthopedics and Hand Surgery, Hospital, Wolfsburg, Germany

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Christian Gatzka, M.D.

SCIENTIFIC CHAIR

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Special Orthopedic Surgery and Special Trauma Surgery

Chairman German Hip Society (DHG)

Hamburger Hüftmanufaktur, Hamburg, Germany

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Professor
Hans Gollwitzer, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Sports Medicine, Chiro Therapy

President German Hip Society (DHG)

Hip Surgery and Knee Endoprosthetics, ATOS Clinic, Munich, Germany

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Louise Grant, MSc

Hip Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist

Physiocure, Leeds, UK

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Niklas Hennecke, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics

Argon Practice - FC St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany

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Anna Higo, MSC

Hip Specialist Chartered Physiotherapist

Physiocure, Leeds, UK
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Richard Jung, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Chiro Therapy, Acupuncture, Arthroscopic Surgery, Endoprothetic

Orthopedic Center, Lübeck, Germany

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Jens Lohmann, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Doctor in Charge Spine Institute, Schön Clinic, Hamburg, Germany

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Professor
Friedrich Molsberger, M.D.

Specialist in General Medicine, Acupuncture, Natural Medicine

Acupuncture in Berlin, Germany

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Professor
Michael Morlock, M.D.

Specialist in Mathematics and Sport Scienes

Institute of Biomechanics, Technical University, Hamburg, Germany

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Johannes Reich

Physiotherapist

Head of Manual Therapy, ENDO Rehabilitation Center, Hamburg, Germany
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Michael Richter

Physiotherapist in Charge

Rückenzentrum am Michel, Hamburg, Germany
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Tim Rolvien, M.D., PhD

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery

Clinic for Trauma Surgery and Orthopedics, Academic Chair for Orthopedics, UKE, Hamburg, Germany

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Jörg Schröder, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Special Orthopedic Surgery, Special Trauma Surgery, Manual Therapy/Chirotherapy

Attending BG Clinic Trauma Hospital Berlin, Germany

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Uwe Schröder, Dipl. Oec.
German Institute for Sports Nutrition (DISE), Bad Nauheim, Germany
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Christian Sobau, M.D.

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Sports Medicine, Sports Traumatology

ARCUS Sports Clinic, Pforzheim, Germany

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Associate Professor
Amir Takla

Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Australian Sports Physio, Melbourne, Australia

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Sergej Thiele

Specialist in Orthopedics

Chimanos Medical Care Unit, Berlin, Germany
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Götz Welsch, M.D., PhD

Specialist in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery, Sports Medicine

Leading Team Physician Hamburger SV
Medical Chief Athleticum, UKE, Hamburg, Germany

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Agenda
Intro: The hip from “Hamburg” - How to understand - How to heal!
Part I “The Basics” (Chairs: Dehghani / Morlock)
1
09.05 CET | The hip from an anatomist's perspective (Dehghani / Halle)
10 min
2
09.15 CET | How does the hip work? – a biomechanic's perspective? (Morlock / Hamburg)
10 min
3
09.25 CET | The hip from the view of a doctor of manual medicine & osteopathy (Thiele / Chimanos / MWE / Berlin)
10 min
4
09.35 CET | The “traditional chinese way“ of looking at the hip (Molsberger / Berlin / Potsdam)
10 min
5
09.45 CET | What are the reasons for hip and groin pain? View from a specialized hernia surgeon (Steinmüller / Hamburg)
10 min
6
09.55 CET | What are the reasons for hip joint degeneration? View from an orthopaedic surgeon (Jung / Lübeck)
10 min
Discussion, coffee break and industrial exhibition
Part II “Getting Closer” (Chairs: Hennecke / Sobau)
7
10.15 CET | Standardized clinical examination of a painful hip (Sobau / Arcus Klinik / Pforzheim)
10 min
8
10.25 CET | Diagnostic injections – When, how, effect & evidence (Gollwitzer / ECOM / München)
10 min
9
10.35 CET | “Soft stuff” – The sportsman's hernia – always a “straight forward” diagnosis? (Hennecke / Argon / FC St. Pauli / Hamburg)
10 min
10
10.45 CET | “Hard stuff” – Bony changes as reasons for hip and groin pain – what to look for? (Rolvien / UKE / Hamburg)
10 min
11
10.55 CET | Effects of nutrition change in high-level athletes with hip and groin pain (Schröder / DISE / Bad Nauheim)
10 min
12
11.05 CET | Too late for joint preserving surgery – too early for joint replacement – What to do – are there any new concepts? (Dohm / Deutsche Arzt AG / Essen)
10 min
Coffee break and industrial exhibition
“Invited Lecturer” - Leeds/UK (Chairs: Baillou / Jung)
13
11.30 CET | “Physio Cure“ a highly specialized centre for hip patients (Louise Grant / Leeds, UK)
15 min
14
11.45 CET | “How to deal with hypermobility – tips and tricks” (Anna Higo / Leeds, UK)
15 min
Discussion, Coffee break and industrial workshop (virtual option)
Part III “Oh My God” - Surgery (Chairs: Beil / Gänsslen)
15
13.00 CET | What's new in joint preserving hip surgery? (Gatzka / Hamburg)
10 min
16
13.10 CET | Rehabilitation after joint preserving hip surgery (Baillou / Vienna / Austria)
10 min
17
13.20 CET | What's new in fracture treatment of pelvic ring and acetabular fractures? (Gänsslen / Wolfsburg)
10 min
18
13.30 CET | Rehabilitation after osteosynthesis of acetabular and pelvic ring fractures (Cramer / UKE / Hamburg)
10 min
19
13.40 CET | What's new in hip joint replacement? (Beil / UKE / Hamburg)
10 min
20
13.50 CET | Rehabilitation before & after joint replacement – What's new? (Bork / Sendenhorst)
10 min
Coffee break and industrial exhibition
“Invited Lecturer” - Melbourne/AUS (Chairs: Richter / Gatzka)
21
14.15 CET | Are there any structured hip injury prevention programs out in the field? (Amir Takla / Melbourne, Australia)
15 min
Part IV “We Treat & Care” (Chairs: Lohmann / Schröder)
22
14.30 CET | “Alter G” myth or benefits after surgical treatment of the hip? (Reich / ENDO Klinik / Hamburg)
10 min
23
14.40 CET | Return to sports, play and competition tests (RTS, RTP, RTC) after surgical treatment of the hip – where are we today? (Welsch / UKE / HSV)
10 min
24
14.50 CET | Correct indication, perfect operation, ongoing pain – what to do? View from a surgeon's perspective. (Schröder / BG Unfallklinik / Berlin)
10 min
25
15.00 CET | Correct indication, perfect operation, ongoing pain – what to do? View from a physiotherapist and pain expert's view (Richter / RZ am Michel / Hamburg)
10 min
26
15.10 CET | Last but not least: What does the “spine” think about “the hip”? (Lohmann / Schön Klinik / Hamburg)
10 min
Discussion, Closing remarks and fare well
SUBSEQUENT LITERATURE STUDY (TOP RESOURCES)
45 min
GET CERTIFIED (INDIVIDUAL)
45 min
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