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8th World Congress on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, will be organized around the theme “Divulging Advances and Exploring the New Horizons in Physiotherapy”

Rehabilitation Medicine 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Rehabilitation Medicine 2019

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Therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability that utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities (such as massage and electrotherapy), assistive devices, and patient education and training.


  • Track 1-1Integumentary Physical Therapy
  • Track 1-2Neurological Physical Therapy
  • Track 1-3Pediatric Physical Therapy
  • Track 1-4Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Rehabilitation has freshly seen many practical, theoretical innovations and new proofs for specific interference, but the major advances in rehabilitation are theoretical rather than practical. Firstly, the access to patients has moved from a chiefly medical one to one in which psychological and sociocultural aspects are given equal importance. Secondly, the need for coordinated specialist rehabilitation services—for example, for neurological disabilities-is being recognized.

  • Track 2-1Home Health Care
  • Track 2-2Aquatic Therapy
  • Track 2-3Super suits and Robotics

Rapid transits are taking place in the field of rehabilitation to improve the quality of life of disabled. Physiatry has also supported the radical charges in recent past. This sincere guide teaches key concepts and techniques in the application of physical agents within a complete rehabilitation program. This superior new edition features a clear approach to electrical stimulation that presents the full sphere of benefits from this often-complex treatment. Physical Agents in Rehabilitation: From Research to Practice is a complete resource that provides the information needed to apply physical agents safely and effectively within an entire rehabilitation program.

  • Track 3-1Introduction to Physical Agents
  • Track 3-2Thermal Agents
  • Track 3-3Mechanical Agents
  • Track 3-4Pathology and Patient Problems

Physiotherapists generally work with children who are having physical and developmental disabilities like Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and help them with physical and motor skills problems. Physiotherapists who work with children’s want you to be involved in your child’s discussion and in planning your child’s treatment. Good connection with families is very important to pediatric physiotherapists. With the help of Physiotherapists Babies and children learn about themselves and their environment through movement. Movement is basic for their physical as well as mental growth, general health and overall human wellbeing. A physiotherapist helps babies and children move to their finest of their ability.

  • Track 4-1Approaches to working with children
  • Track 4-2Assessment and outcome measures
  • Track 4-3Child and adolescent mental health
  • Track 4-4Acquired Brain Ingury

Therapeutic massage can vary considerably depending on massage therapists and clients. In some cases, massage is favored by a health professional and may be performed as part of a longer treatment plan. Along with, therapeutic massage can be used as a supplement for wound care, cancer, and other treatments. Therapeutic massage explores to obtain a therapeutic assistance. Therapeutic massage is often relaxing, the goal of the session or series of sessions is not relaxation. Physiotherapy and massage therapy provides benefits to both physical and mental health of patients. Both works to build up the body to its optimal health and function. Even though there are variations in technique, these treatments can be combined to provide patients with a full-service approach to muscle relaxation.

  • Track 5-1History and advancement of therapeutic massage
  • Track 5-2Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Track 5-3Massage Practice
  • Track 5-4Massage Business Administration

Documentation is an important legal and professional requirement, Accurate documentation ease information regarding the patient to all members of the health care team, which is basic to assure holistic patient care. The ability to document patients' respond to treatment and information about the care given is a core capability of physiotherapists. Documentation is regularly updated throughout the year. For physical therapy professionals, as with other health professionals, documentation is a required system by federal, state, facility, and accreditation by laws and guidelines.


  • Track 6-1Physical Therapy and Disablement
  • Track 6-2Reasons for documenting
  • Track 6-3Documentation Formats
  • Track 6-4Documentation Practise
  • Track 6-5Legal and Ethical Consideration

Therapies in Sport and Exercise provides a complete source of the current evidence-based access to the management, assessment, rehabilitation and prevention of injuries related to sport and exercise. The relationship between exercise and anxiety has been broadly examined since from last 15 years. Competitive and recreational athletes typically execute the warm-up and stretching activities to prepare for more arduous exercise. These preliminary activities were used to build up physical performance and to prevent sports-related injuries.


  • Track 7-1Management principles for musculoskeletal and neural tissue in physical therapies
  • Track 7-2Regional sport and exercise injury management
  • Track 7-3Concepts in managing sport and exercise injuries
  • Track 7-4Role of sport and exercise physical therapies in active groups

The Biosciences in Rehabilitation are basic sciences which greed to explain adaptation, body injury and repair from the molecular to the organism level and to identify targets for biomedical interventions to progress the body structure and function. There is a need to organize rehabilitation and related research into distinct scientific fields to defeat the current limitations of rehabilitation research. The biosciences can also be described as the study of life at all levels of complexity from molecular level to Organism.


  • Track 8-1Mechanisms of tissue injury and development of organ dysfunction
  • Track 8-2Biological mechanisms of Interventions
  • Track 8-3Homeostatic mechanism of Muscle Contraction
  • Track 8-4Plasticity

Cancer treatment is a brutal course, leaving many people disabled, weak and with a compromised immune system. Just getting out of bed can be a huge and daunting task, let alone exercising or playing at the park with grandchildren. This is where the role of Rehabilitation comes in. Cancer treatment may affect physical, social, psychological, and work-related abilities. Rehabilitation helps patient to regain these abilities and maintain independence. Rehabilitation of cancer will include a wide range of healthcare experts who will help to recover a person physically. Cancer rehabilitation providers mainly focus on improving each patient’s functional status.


  • Track 9-1Lymphedema
  • Track 9-2Genitourinary complications
  • Track 9-3Deconditioning
  • Track 9-4Peripheral neuropathy

Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is an excellent resource for clinicians who are expert in sports medicine, pain management, and inpatient physiatry. The scope is extensive, covers the topics as general as chronic kidney disease and as specific as corns. It is thorough in its listing and discussion of various orthopedic and neurologic disorders. The essentials of physical medicine and rehabilitation are from, sore shoulders to spinal cord injuries, Essentials of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.


  • Track 10-1Head and Neck
  • Track 10-2shoulder
  • Track 10-3Elbow and Forearm
  • Track 10-4Mid back and Hip
  • Track 10-5Knee and Lower leg

 Naturopathic medicine is an extensive health-care profession, currently in rejuvenation, with application in the US, Germany, Canada, UK, Australia, and India. In these countries, naturopathic medicine functions, or is legally defined, as a primary health care profession, whose practice integrate health promotion and the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic disease. There is considerable scope of practice and training differences between various regional and global traditions. Naturopathic physical medicine has played a long and vital role in the healing arts. NATUROPATHIC PHYSICAL MEDICINE provides a philosophical naturopathic perspective, as well as practical clinical applications, for manual and physical approaches to health care.


  • Track 11-1History of Naturopathic Physical Medicine
  • Track 11-2Adaptation and Evolution of disease and dysfunction
  • Track 11-3Assessment and palpation
  • Track 11-4Modalities, Methods and Techniques

The Essential Competency Profile for Physiotherapists briefly explains about the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by physiotherapists at the onset of and throughout their career. The development of the Essential Competency Profile for Physiotherapist Assistants was made available through the collaboration of numerous organizations and individuals. The Essential Competencies and Entry-to-Practice Milestones are intended to provide guidance in several areas including: informing curriculum content, setting accreditation standards, developing exam blueprints, and establishing a baseline for areas of specialization.


  • Track 12-1Basic Principles
  • Track 12-2Core clinical competencies

Acupuncture is best in the treatment of sports, work, auto accident rehabilitation, and post-operative pain. Acupuncture in combination with rehabilitation may have benefits for the treatment of acute and subacute stroke emanation in comparison with rehabilitation alone.  Stroke is a major cause of death in the nations and can also cause caustic disability. Acupuncture is a comparatively simple, inexpensive and safe treatment that has been used in China for hundreds of years and is increasingly practiced in some Western countries. However, it remains unclear whether the existing evidence is sufficiently strong to recommend the regular use of acupuncture.


  • Track 13-1Acupressure
  • Track 13-2Electroacupuncture
  • Track 13-3Cupping therapy
  • Track 13-4Auriculotherapy

The benefits of exercises and physical activities have been proven for all-cause mortality, cardiovascular morbidity and many illnesses. The result of exercise testing is the basic data for exercise prescription because of wide range of fitness on the same age and sex. Cardiopulmonary endurance, muscle strength and endurance, flexibility and balance ability are the basic components of fitness measurement. Clinical Exercise Testing and Prescription combines discussions on clinical exercise testing, exercise electrocardiography, clinical exercise physiology, and principles of exercise prescription in one complete source.


  • Track 14-1Health Appraisal and Risk Assessment
  • Track 14-2Preparticipation health Screening
  • Track 14-3Exercise Testing
  • Track 14-4Preexercise Testing
  • Track 14-5Clinical Exercise Testing

Neurological rehabilitation is in many ways unique from the other branches of neurology. Rehabilitation is a process of education of the paralyzed person with the aim of ancillary that individual to endure with family, friends, work, and leisure as independently as possible. Neurorehabilitation is a distinct topic. Some of the circumstances that may aid from neurological rehabilitation may include Vascular disorders, Infections, Structural or neuromuscular disorders, Functional disorders and Degenerative disorders such as Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Alzheimer disease and Huntington chorea. Neurorehabilitation assumes that motor learning contributes to motor recovery after injury.

  • Track 15-1Basic Concepts
  • Track 15-2Foundations for Neurological Rehabilitation
  • Track 15-3Neurological Disorder
  • Track 15-4Treatment approaches in Neurological Rehabilitation