Congress program 2015

Congress on the Topic "What moves us"

Under the slogan "What moves us", the congress picks up on trade-related, scientific and political topics. The call for abstracts also leaves room for free topics.

Locomotion and mobility are central topics of orthopedic shoe technology. Not only the motion sequences of customers and patients are relevant, also developments within the trade, in politics or even on an international level will be addressed.

Some of the central issue of the congress 2015 are:

  • What moves us, when we move?
  • How do the stimuli that we take in through our feet continue in our body?
  • What is the industry dealing with at the moment?
  • What changes are looming internationally?

Apart from background information, also practical treatments will not miss out on the congress program. After all the congress in  Cologne is the most important meeting point for the health professions of orthopedic shoe technology.

The congress videos 2013 you can see here free now.

 

Congress program of the 3. ORTHOPÄDIE SCHUH TECHNIK

 
 

Friday 23 October 2015

   

9.15 am – 10.30 am

   

 

    

Orthopedic shoe technology in practice

From practice: Manual example of a treatment
(Sven Ulrich)
From practice: Manual example of a treatment
(Michael van Nüss)
From practice: Manual example of a treatment
(Anastasia Anastasiadou)
From practice: Manual example of a treatment
(Marc-André Villiger)
 
   

11.00 am – 12.15 pm

   

 
Free Lectures:
 
Comparison of different marker sets to analyze knee kinematics during landings
Annette Kerkhoff                   
 
Functional Customization:
Dynamic 3D Printed Insoles Based on Dynamic Footscan
Tom Peeters                               
 
Mobile Accelerometry for the objective recording of balance, gait and running parameters
(using the example of actibelts and of "freeheel runningpads")
Dr. Martin Daumer                      
 
Measurement of bending loads acting at the forefoot in Forefoot Offloading Shoes and Walkers
Nicole Dirksen                             
 
Material competence: How soft is good, how good is soft?
Dirk Giesa                               

 
   

1.30 pm –  2.45 pm

   

 
What moves us – Part 1
 
The sensorimotor system
Basics and interrelations to logistics, connective tissue, skeleton and the anabolic systems. Explanatory approach on the effect of (sensorimotor) insoles. Dr. Wolfgang Laube
 
How do we learn movements?
Sensorimotor learning related to the specific structuring of the brain; Versatility of learning how to move concerning coordination and stamina.
Dr. Martin Keller
 
   

3.30 pm – 4.45 pm

   

 
What moves us – Part 2
The role of the fascia within coordination and movement
Fasciae as power transmitters, shifting layers and sensor positions.
Dr. Werner Klingler
 
Movement and joint loading: Approaches to avoid joint wear and tear and overload injuries
Prof. Gert-Peter Brüggemann
 
Saturday 24 October 2015  

9.15 am – 10.30 am

   

 
Orthopedic-foot surgery and orthopedic shoe technology:
Dysfunction of tendon of the M. tibialis posterior
Disease pattern: Effect of dysfunction of tendon of M. tibialis posterior on foot position and function; conservative treatment options.
Dr. Hartmut Stinus              
 
Tibialis posterior Insuffizienz - Surgical therapy
Prof. Markus Walther          
 
Orthopedic shoe technological treatment concepts:
foot orthotics, orthoses, shoe adaptions, custom-made shoes
OSM Michael Möller
 
Spiral dynamics as functional approach within therapy
Dr. Jens Wippert
 
   

11.00 am– 12.15 pm

   

 
Occupation and health policy

The significance of orthopedic devices in health politics
Dietrich Monstadt MdB

 
   

1.30 pm – 2.45 pm

   

 
Hazardous and toxic substances within orthopedic shoe technology
 
Handling hazardous substances within orthopedic shoe technology
Heiko Schrimpf
 
Toxic substances: An overview for orthopedic shoe technology
Dr. Knauer
 
Noise sources and noise reduction in a pedorthic workshop
Heiko Kusserow
 
   

3.30 pm– 4.45 pm

   

 
Orthopedic shoe adjustments 
 
Biomechanic effect of different adjustments
Thomas Stief
 
Correct manual workmanship of shoe adjustments
Sascha Wigge
 
Measurements of the effect of the rocker bar at the shoe
Markus Seeßle
 

Subject to modification!  22 July 2015

 

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