Orthopaedics & MSK Conference

Orthopaedics Conference

24-25 January 2022 | Attend Live, in-person at the DWTC
2-3 February 2022 | Attend Online

Live in-person:

30 Jan - 2 Feb 2023

Dubai World Trade Centre


4 Jan - 2 Mar 2023

18th Orthopaedics Conference

 14.25 CME | Live, in-person

 10.25 CME | Online

The 18th edition of the Arab Health Orthopaedics conference gives you access to both in-person and online experiences that will offer educational content that is unique and distinct from each other.

The 2022 Orthopaedics Conference agenda will offer the latest information on Orthopaedic treatments, advancements, and research breakthroughs. Delegates can expect to discuss the state-of-the-art technological developments in the field, as well as the recent advances made in the diagnostics, management, and therapeutics of orthopaedic diseases. This platform will also provide an opportunity to identify key areas for future research and developments in basic and clinical Orthopaedics.

The conference will be accredited by both Cleveland Clinic, Ohio (ACCME) and by Emirates Health Services.

Key topics:

Live, in-person:

  • Advanced technology in knee arthroplasty
  • Shoulder instability in 2022: Bankart v Latarjet
  • Orthopaedic oncologic reconstruction
  • The science and art of fixation of femoral neck fractures
  • 3D printing in fractures and prostheses
  • Can we image early Osteoarthritis?
  • Stem- cell for cartilage degeneration/cartilage injury


  • Direct lateral supine total hip replacement
  • Multidisciplinary ortho sarcoma tumor board
  • VR augmented reality for shoulder replacement
  • ACL repair - back to the future
  • Proximal hamstrings injury
  • Building a predictive model of patellar dislocation

Benefits of attending:

Live, in-person:

  • Review the Middle East experience with Total Knee Replacement (TKR)
  • Debate current controversies on Total Hip Replacement (THR)
  • Critique the role of ultrasound in detecting infected protheses
  • Discuss out of the box ideas for shoulder arthroscopy
  • Explore the use of prolotherapy for chronic musculoskeletal pain
  • Critique minimally invasive procedure for chronic neck pain
  • Appraise modern management of primary bone tumours


  • Discuss robotic assisted hip and knee replacement surgeries
  • Appraise the management of complex shoulder disorders
  • Discuss current concepts in hip arthroscopy
  • Explore new approaches to ACL repair
  • Analyse proximal hamstrings injury
  • Design registry using big data in Orthopaedics

Who should attend:

  • Orthopaedic Surgeons/ Consultants/Specialists
  • Head of Orthopaedics
  • Orthopaedists
  • Sports Medicine Physicians
  • Physiotherapists
  • Orthopaedic Technicians & Nurses

Scientific Committee (Live, in-person and Online)

Activity Director:
Dr Eric Vens,
 Professor of Surgery; Director - Center for Sports Health, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, USA  

Local Co-chairs:
Dr Kirill Micallef Stafrace,
 Consultant Sports and Exercise Medicine; Medical Director, Malta Football Association; Director Maltese Olympic Committee; Chairman Medical Commission of the Maltese Olympic Committee; Senior Lecturer, University of Malta, Msida, Malta

Dr Ashok Kumar, Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon - Joint Replacement & Sports Injury, Saudi German Hospital, Dubai, UAE

Local Chair (Online):
Dr Herve Ouanezar,
Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon - Hip, Knee and Trauma Surgery, DXBone Excellence Centre, Dubai, UAE 

Orthopaedics Conference brochure

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