Rogers Regenerative Medical Group to host Shockwaves Symposium 31 May to 1 June 2019 at the Kings Fund, London
Rogers Regenerative Medical Group is hosting a two-day event focused on Medical Shockwave Treatment at the prestigious Kings Fund, in London. Held in association with the International Society for Medical Shockwave Treatment (ISMST), the symposium will be led by experts in the field with speakers from across leading institutions across Europe. The aim of the symposium is to offer continuing education for participants working in the field to update and expand their knowledge of this innovative treatment.
The International Regenerative Orthopaedics, Medical Shockwave Treatment and Diagnostic Ultrasound Course and Symposium (IROS19) will present a detailed programme covering a range of topics from basic research to detailed practices that will help practitioners improve their skills and knowledge so they can incorporate it in their daily practice.
Top Regenerative Medicine Doctor and former first team doctor to Chelsea football club and currently Medical Advisor to the National Basketball Association (NBA), Dr Ralph Rogers who is hosting IROS 19 says: “This cutting edge, non-invasive therapeutic modality is an effective, convenient and safe treatment that has the potential to replace surgery in many orthopaedic disorders. It’s a highly effective treatment for chronic pain and is gaining in popularity throughout the world”.
Medical Shockwave therapy is used in orthopaedics, urology, physiotherapy and sports medicine to treat a wide range of conditions and is used to relieve pain, restore mobility and speed up recovery time and many specialties.
“We look forward to welcoming some of the foremost practitioners of regenerative medicine to the conference and are proud to have a roster of distinguished sponsors and speakers attending IROS19 in London”, says Dr Rogers.
Participants will be able to take an examination at the end of the course to obtain the ISMST certificate.