Innovative techniques enabling clinicians to treat a range of common musculoskeletal/orthopaedic conditions without resorting to surgery will be demonstrated live by a renowned Harley Street Clinician at Arab Health 2024.
This exclusive demonstration, set in a state-of-the-art operating theatre within the ABHI UK Pavilion, will offer unique insights into the promising landscape of regenerative medicine.
Led by Dr Robin Chatterjee, a Consultant in musculoskeletal, sports and exercise medicine at HCA Healthcare UK, the demonstration will showcase how conditions that have traditionally been managed solely by either surgical means or through physical therapy, are now being optimally treated by advances in the new field of regenerative medicine.
Attendees will be able to witness an array of modern and sophisticated regenerative and orthobiologic techniques, including ultrasound-guided injections of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), hyaluronic acid (Ostenil Plus), Arthrosamid and hydrodistension.
These techniques, deployed for conditions such as Golfer’s elbow, Runner’s knee, Osteoarthritis, and Frozen Shoulder, represent an evolution in non-surgical musculoskeletal care.
Dr Chatterjee said: “This live presentation is a unique opportunity to witness firsthand the advancements that allow for faster patient recovery and the avoidance of traditional surgical procedures and their associated side effects.
“We are excited to showcase how these modern regenerative techniques can enhance patient care and outcomes.”
Regenerative medicine is a rapidly advancing field in pain management focused on the biological process of replacing, repairing, and regenerating human cells and tissues to restore proper function and alleviate pain symptoms.
Dr Robin Chatterjee specialises in bone, muscle and joint pain of unknown cause.
The clinician is experienced in sport and dance related injuries; explores the role of sleep, hormones, stress, nutrition and physical activity in pain using both traditional and cutting-edge regenerative techniques, which includes exercise prescription, exercise therapy, injections, PRP, prolotherapy, shockwave therapy, and ultrasound scan.
The demonstration, “Regenerative techniques used in the management of wear and tear (osteo) arthritis of joints and also tendinopathies”, led by Dr Chatterjee, will take place on Wednesday January 31 at 2.30pm at the ABHI UK Pavilion at Hall 2 Stand F30.
Organised by the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI), the ABHI simulated operating theatre will give visitors an unrivalled chance to see a series of ground-breaking surgical simulations performed live across all four days.
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