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CONTENT

1. QUICK LINKS ORTHOPÄDIE SCHUH TECHNIK Messe

2.OVERVIEW Seminars in English

2.1 Friday

2.2 Saturday

3.  OVERVIEW Program Worldkongress

3.1 Friday

3.2. Saturday

 

 1. QUICK LINKS

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2.OVERVIEW Seminars in English

2.1 Friday

2.2 Saturday

 

Please note that an additional day ticket is required to visit the exhibition. To see the full list of Semianrs (also in German) please visit: Übersicht Seminare

 

2.1 Friday

Termin Seminartitel
9:30 bis 10:30 Basics of Gait Analysis
12:30 bis 13:30 North American and European concepts in pedorthics compared
14:00 bis 15:00 Orthopedic Footwear Modifications – biomechanics meet practical application
15:30 bis 17:00 Training, Qualification, Recognition – International Seminar
17:00 bis 18:00 The importance of neurophysiology in pedorthic care

 2.2 Saturday

12:30 bis 13:30 Pressure distribution measurement (pedobarography) in practice
14:00 bis 15:00 Custom orthotic shoes: More than just shoes!

 

3. Overview program world congress (congress languages German, English, French).

Look forward to our keyspeakers at the congress. The 2022 congress will focus on diabetic foot syndrome and biomechanics of the foot.

Prof. Bernhard Greitemann, as one of the most important representatives of Technical Orthopedics, will shed light on the complexity of Diabetic Foot Syndrome, with a special focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and stage-adapted care.

Sicco Bus is one of the most important researchers worldwide when it comes to shoe care for the diabetic foot. His research group has published landmark studies in recent years. Sicco Bus will present the latest findings from his research.

Kelly Robb and Dr. Michael Ryan have pursued scientific careers in Canada after training as orthopedic shoemakers. They will present the most important foot and insole theories from the Anglo-Saxon world and present current research results on insoles - including the "comfort filter", which is much discussed in the sports footwear sector.

Thomas Stief: After completing his training as a craftsman, Thomas Stief switched to science and now teaches and works at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen. He will present the biomechanical concepts on foot and insole fitting commonly used in Germany and evaluate them from a current scientific point of view.

(please note that no individual lectures can be booked).