Allied academies invites all the participants across the globe to attend its Annual Ortho Conference going to be held during October 25-26, 2017 Toronto, USA.
Dr Yeung specializes in diagnosing and treating the patho-anatomy of back pain and sciatica from painful degenerative conditions of the lumbar spine, particularly discogenic pain from toxic annular tears, disc herniations, lumbar spondylosis and foraminal stenosis. His over 10,000 endscopic procedures since 1991 are effective in relieving both back and leg pain, by visualizing, decompressing, and ablating the pain generator with an endoscope. He is the developer of the Yeung Endoscopic Spine System, and has interest in developing a robotic and image guidance system to facilitate his technique for spine surgeons in training.
ROBERA CHALA ABEEBE was born in December 15, 1986 in Ethiopia country Oromiya Region west Shoa zone Gindaberet district. He studied High school at Gindaberet Senior secondary school .Then he had studied Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) at Jimma University from one of the best higher University and pioneer for Dental doctor Medicine in Ethiopia by passing very high competition to enter the dental School. Then he had graduated in 2011 from Jimma University by DMD degree. Then he applied at MYUNGSUNG CHRISTIAN MEDICAL CENTER to one of the best Medical center in Africa for my further training to upgrade himself in more skillful and advanced way. The first two years by regular and practical training ,he have took these training by Clinical General Dentistry which includes Endodontic& Operative, Prosthodontic, Periodontal therapy & Minor oral surgery given to me by south Korean Dentists from 2012 up to 2014. Soon he have finished my first training there; He have started soon Orthodontic Specialty training for two years. He also an instructor teaching dental and oral health for medical student at MYUNGSUNG MEDICAL COLLEGE. He have received the assistance Professor rank at this college which seen by special committee of college.Currently he is working at Royal Specialized dental center one of the best dental center in Ethiopia. He is the medical director of the Royal Specialized dental center.
Dr. Xu Renjie is an associate chief physician in orthopaedic department of Suzhou Municipal Hospital. He graduated with a medical doctor degree from Peking University in 2009. After graduation, he worked in Suzhou Municipal Hospital, major in Trauma of Bone and Joint.
Dr Brook Demissie is a medical doctor at St Peter Specialized hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He was medical director at Delgi Hospital, Gondar, Ethiopia where he worked for a year and 10 months after which he transferred to his current place. He finished medical school at Addis Ababa University, Medical Faculty. Brook worked at Delgi hospital in chronic disease patient’s follow up outpatient department and followed many chronic disease patients including patients with hypertension, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and others.
Dr. Alaa Abd-Elsayed graduated from medical school in 2000 and was hired as a member of the faculty at the public health department, where he finished his master's degree. He moved to the U.S. in 2008 and worked at the Cleveland Clinic as a research fellow in the department of anesthesiology.Between 2009 and 2013, Dr. Abd-Elsayed performed his anesthesiology residency at the University of Cincinnati. Later, he joined Cincinnati's program for pain fellowship and finally the UW School of Medicine and Public Health. He is an assistant professor in the UW Department of Anesthesiology.Dr. Abd-Elsayed also serves as medical director of the UW Pain Clinic and Pain Services Department. He has published more than 100 presentations, 80 peer-reviewed articles, 10 book chapters and several editorials. He is a member of the editorial board for a number of medical journals and regularly reviews content related to pain management
In Cameroon, IOF member society ‘Verstand Osteoporosis Foundation’ (VOF)has made important contributions to raising awareness and knowledge of bone health in the community.How much do people in Cameroon know about osteoporosis? After having circulated questionnaires and from feedback gathered at various public events, it quickly became apparent to the Verstand Osteoporosis Foundation (VOF) – one of the few IOF member societies in Africa - that public understanding of bone health must be improved. Dr. Bezing Alain Ofon as President Dr Motare Henry Efamba Nongo, VOF Chief Administrative Officer (Vice president), Dr. LEINYUY FERDINAND TARSIWAN VOF Permanent Secretary stated: “A systematic review of our questionnaires together with verbal feedback from the public, has revealed that approximately 70% of persons interviewed lacked basic knowledge of osteoporosis and bone health. This result confirms the importance of our work and encourages our continued efforts to improve public education about bone health. As in many countries around the world, bone health is not considered a priority healthcare issue, despite the fact that bone-related diseases, including osteoporosis and rickets, are not uncommon in Cameroon.”In addition to its public outreach activities, VOF has built up a base of active volunteers and members in an effort to get more people involved and to help spread outreach at the grassroots level. Volunteer outreach-agents register new members, educate the public and, to help those in need, distribute calcium and vitamin D. Thenetwork of distribution of calcium and vitamin D3 targets people who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Persons provided with the supplements are monitored to see whether their condition has improved.Many of those suffering from bone-related illnesses don’t know where to get help and VOF assists by referring to competent district hospitals in the region for consultation and follow-up.Beginning in April 2017, VOF staff, who are mostly healthcare professionals, have focused on increasing the understanding of the important role of calcium and vitaminD for bone health in child-bearing women between the ages of 15 and 49. Pregnant women are educated on the importance of adequate calcium intake during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester, to reduce the risk of poor bone healthin neonates.