2020

22 February:

 

 

3 - 6 March:

The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, BC 

This international symposium addresses current and future developments in the areas of seating, positioning and mobility. Topic areas include service delivery, product development, research and outcomes. The format for the symposium will include pre-symposium, plenary, instructional, paper and poster sessions.

Abstract Deadline  – May 14, 2019. 

Questions? Email marketing.ipce@ubc.ca.

 

4-9 March:

Connect with a worldwide community of leaders in physiatry and rehabilitation medicine

 

17-18 March:

Neuroconvention

Once again, The European Neuro Convention is making an exciting comeback to the NEC, Birmingham on the 17th & 18th March 2020 for its biggest show to date.

The event provides a unique platform for clinical experts, senior decision makers and budget holders from the UK’s leading hospitals, rehabilitation centres, private practices and clinical commissioning groups to discover the latest innovations currently revolutionising the industry and receive expert guidance through inspiring CPD accredited seminars.

Meet the ISCoS team at stand N153! To book your free tickets go to: www.neuroconvention.com .

 24 - 25 April:
Vancouver, Canada

We are inviting Canada’s leading spasticity clinician, including physiatry, pediatricians, neurologists and plastic, orthopedic, orthopedic and neurosurgeons to join spasticity experts to participate in a groundbreaking approach to spasticity. The is the second year for this interdisciplinary congress on improving spasticity outcomes with novel approaches with an international panel of experts. We encourage all spasticity and peripheral nerve experts to collaborate and learn. We are inspired to redefine your definition of contracture and maximal and plateaued outcomes. Using a simple technique of performing nerve blocks with US guidance, we have been able to demonstrate the potential length of spastic muscles. Blocking the musculocutaneous to brachialis and biceps, radial to brachioradialis, tibial to the branches of the triceps surae, pectoral nerves, ulnar to FCU, and fascicular branches of the median nerve, the potential for a greater active or passive range of motion can be demonstrated.

Once further range and function are determined then both traditional approaches with botulinum toxin and novel interventions are proposed.

These include:

  • Neurotomy with cryoablation for a long-term, but a reversible technique that causes
  • Wallerian Degeneration but the preservation of the epineurium.
  • Neurotomy and microsurgical tendon lengthening with laser.
  • World experts will show bedside needle tenotomy contacture and long term care patients.
  • Surgical neurectomy for the upper and lower extremity.
  • Key peripheral nerves that can selectively be targeted to improve function and quality of life.
  • Importance of adjunctive serial casting

29 March - 2 April:

International NeuroTrauma Symposium 2020

Managed by Arinex Pty Ltd
91 – 97 Islington Street
Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
Phone: +61 3 8888 9500
Email:INTS2020@arinex.com.au
Website: www.neurotrauma2020.com

 

22-25 April:

 

 

29 April - 1 May:

  • EUROSPINE Spring Specialty Meeting, taking place from 29 April - 1 May 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany is a series which is always dedicated to a single topic in depth in an intimate setting that allows for maximum concentration and excellent learning effects. This year will deal with "Dilemmas in Spine" and assemble an international panel of leading experts in the field.

 

5-7 June 2020:

 Links  TBC

 

26-19 August:

 ICS 2020

ICS 2020
50th International Continence Society Annual Meeting and 7th International Consultation on Incontinence

Las Vegas, USA

https://www.ics.org/2020

ICS 2020 will offer a multidisciplinary programme covering urology, gynaecology, colorectal surgery, physiotherapy, nursing, medical, and basic science disciplines. This is a great opportunity for all those treating incontinence, LUTS, pelvic floor disorders and related issues, to take part in the premier international meeting in the field.

Abstract submission will open 6 January and close 1 April, but you can already start preparing your abstract. Learn more

 

2-4 September:

The 59th International Spinal Cord Society Annual Scientific Meeting (ISCoS 2020), will take place at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan from 2 – 4 September 2020.

ISCoS 2020 will attract 800 Spinal Cord Injury professionals with interest and activity in prevention, research, management and/or rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord lesions. In recent years the annual meeting has become more interdisciplinary and brings together a varied group including SCI specialists and consultants, nurses, neurologists, neurosurgeons, traumotologists, physical therapists, social workers, occupational therapists orthopaedic surgeons, psychologists, sports therapists and urologists.

The educational programme will encourage these delegates to share knowledge and experience as they research the new innovations within their fields.

For more information, please visit https://iscosmeetings2020.org/

 

7- 9 October

 

 EUROSPINE 2020 will take place from 7 - 9 October 2020 in Vienna, Austria. The annual meeting attracts several thousand participants from more than 80 countries who want to learn about improving spine care for patients through the latest advances in research and clinical findings, and who enjoy networking with the best and the brightest in spine research and care.

 

18-20 November:

 

 Key Dates 

Abstracts open - 8 April 2020

Regsitration opens - 6 May 2020

Deadline for submission of abstracts - 2 July 2020

Notification of acceptance - 12 August 2020

Early bird registration closes - 1 October 2020

 25-28 November:

2-5 December:

 

 

2022

10-13 July:

15th Symposium of the International Neurotrauma Society
Berlin, Germany

Neurotrauma 2022 Meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Where to find us

National Spinal Injuries Centre,
Stoke Mandeville Hospital,
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire,
HP21 8AL, United Kingdom

How to contact us

Tel: +44 1296 315 866

Email: admin@iscos.org.uk

Contact ISCoS Headquarters for Application forms, copies of the Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Society, queries on the journal delivery and information on Scientific Meetings.

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