MEDICAL FAIR ASIA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE
29 AUGUST 2018 | SINGAPORE
The MEDICAL FAIR ASIA MEDICINE + SPORTS conference is the benchmark event for sports medicine and related disciplines in Asia. It fosters exchange between multiple disciplines like international sports medicine experts and scientists, professional athletes, sport techies, the sporting goods and healthcare industry. Experts from Medicine, Sports and Tech industry come together under one roof on 29th August 2018 to talk about new exchange formats, tailored sport medical therapies, and innovative approaches for prevention, recovery and population health management.
Changi Sports Medicine Centre
Professor and Head of Sports and Exercise Science
La Trobe University (Australia)
Indian Institute of Sports Sciences and Research, Ministry of Youth Affairs Govt. of India
Changi Sports Medicine Centre
Founder & CEO
Founder & CEO
Vice President, Marketing and Technology
Director of Healthcare Practice
Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific
Director for Training and Education
Exercise is Medicine Singapore
American College of Sports Medicine
Austrian Institute of Sports Medicine
Singapore Sports Medicine Center
Exercise is Medicine Asia & Singapore
29th August 2018
|10.00||Welcome||Christian Grosser | Deputy Director||Messe Düsseldorf|
|10.10||Opening Key Note|
|Genetics and Health||Prof. James S. Skinner | Past President||American College of Sports Medicine|
|10.30||Session 1 | The Role of Physical Activity in Healthcare|
|Panel Discussion: Designed to Move - A Framework for Action|
|Public Health - Approach and Challenges||Dr. Ivy Lim | President||Sports Medicine Association Singapore|
|Physical Activity among Youth Population||Prof. Gulshan Khanna | Director||Indian Institute of Sports Sciences and Research, Ministry of Youth Affairs Govt. of India|
|Prevention as a Means to Save Costs in Healthcare||Dr. Milind Sabnis | Director of Healthcare Practice||Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific|
|Genetics and Training||Prof. James S. Skinner | Past President||American College of Sports Medicine|
|11.30||Session 2 | Assessment and Diagnostics of Vital Data and Performance|
|Sports Technology and Data Analytics for Coaching and Performance Impact||Dr. Paul Gastin | Professor and Head of Sports and Exercise Science||La Trobe University (Australia)|
|Human Annotation and Markerless Motion Capture Combine to Win Baseball Games||Jai Natarajan | Vice President, Marketing and Technology||iMerit|
|High Performance Training – A Nation’s Olympic Strategy to Become a Sports Nation||Prof. Gulshan Khanna | Director||Indian Institute of Sports Sciences and Research, Ministry of Youth Affairs Govt. of India|
|Wearable Sensors to Reduce Neurological and Orthopedic Impact Injury Risks||Dr. John Ralston | CEO||Protxx|
|Stress, Pulse Pressure Variability, and Wearable Sensor||Dr. Visit Thaveeprungsriporn | Managing Director||Zensorium|
|14.00||Session 3 | Tailored Exercise Programs for Patients and Athletes|
|Prescribing Exercise for Patients with Chronic Pain||Dr. Darren Leong | Senior Physician||Changi Sports Medicine Centre|
|Exercise for Arthritis Patients||Dr. Ivy Lim | President||Sports Medicine Association Singapore|
|Incidence of Musculoskeletal Pain Among Musicians||Dr. Lim Ang Tee | Director for Research||Exercise is Medicine Singapore|
|Sports Injury Rehabilitation||Dr. Ng Chung Sien | Director for Training and Education||Exercise is Medicine Singapore|
|15.35||Session 4 | Optimizing Health and Performance - The Latest Approaches|
|Platelet-Rich Plasma: An Orthobiologic Treatment for Tendinopathies||Dr. Kelvin Chew | Medical Director||Changi Sports Medicine Centre|
|CYBATHLON – Moving people and technology||Dr. Roland Sigrist | Director||Cybathlon Project|
|The Effect of 4-D Analytics on Human Capital Optimisation||Scott Montgomery | Founder & CEO||WellteQ|
|16.25||Session 5 | Digital Innovations in Sports and Healthcare|
|Sport Wearable Technology Market||Dr. Milind Sabnis | Director of Healthcare Practice||Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific|
|MEDICAL FAIR ASIA DISRUPT: Medicine + Sports Start-up Pitches|
|Real-time Analysis of Motion and Muscle Activity: Improving Athlete's Performance||Hyungyu Ko | CEO||LogonU|
|Empowering Active Health and Sport with Precision Motion Sensing||Dr. Benoit Mariani | Founder & CEO||Gait Up|
|How great sport organizations implement technology||Rami Alhamad | CEO||PUSH|
|17.00||Summary and Closing Remarks/ Networking get-together|
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AFSM (Asian Federation of Sports Medicine) was inaugurated in 1990 at the time of the 11th Asian Games in Beijing. It is one of the multi-national continental federations under the supervision of the International Federation of Sports Medicine (FIMS). To date, it has 30 National Sports Medicine Association members and is still growing. The main objective of the AFSM is to foster the promotion of sports medicine in Asia. Its constitution, by-laws, executive and commission structures are built in accordance to FIMS rules which was established in 1928.
Exercise is Medicine is an initiative of the American College of Sports Medicine. ACSM is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. With more than 45,000 members and certified professionals worldwide, ACSM is dedicated to advancing and integrating scientific research to provide educational and practical applications of exercise science and sports medicine.
Exercise Is Medicine Singapore (EIMS) is a program spearheaded by Changi Sports Medicine Centre to make physical activity and exercise a standard part of preventing and treating diseases. Exercise is Medicine Singapore is the Singapore chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine’s (ACSM) global Exercise is Medicine initiative. The national EIM Task Forces are grouped into regional centers, where Singapore’s EIM Task Force falls under the Southeast Asia EIM Regional Centre.
Sports Medicine Association Singapore (SMAS) is the professional body for sports medicine and sports science professionals in Singapore. It is the local organization that represents and embodies the multi-disciplinary approach of Sports Medicine and brings together the wide-ranging expertise of sports medicine, sport orthopaedic, sports science and sports therapy professionals in one integrated community.
As the national sports agency, Sport Singapore’s core purpose is to inspire the Singapore spirit and transform Singapore through sport. Through innovative, fun and meaningful sporting experiences, our mission is to reach out and serve communities across Singapore with passion and pride. With Vision 2030 – Singapore’s sports master plan, our mandate goes beyond winning medals. Sport Singapore uses sport to create greater sporting opportunities and access, more inclusivity and integration as well as broader development of capabilities. At Sport Singapore, we work with a vast network of public-private-people sector partners for individuals to live better through sport.
FIMS is a structured and well-organised association, strongly committed to the promotion of the study and development of sports medicine throughout the world. The purpose and administration of FIMS is clearly set out in its Statutes and By-Laws. FIMS is made up of continental and national sports medicine associations, as well as multinational groups and individual members.
The EFSMA European Federation of Sports Medicine Associations is a not-for-profit association and recognized by the International Federation of Sports Medicine (FIMS). The specific objectives of EFSMA are to have Sports Medicine recognized as a specialty in all of Europe; to develop and harmonize education in Sports Medicine throughout Europe and to get Sports Medicine included in the basic curricula; to be a pan-European forum in Sports Medicine for the improvement of communication between sports Medicine Organizations; to coordinate European Sports Medicine actions and to cooperate with Sport Science disciplines in Europe; to increase understanding of the importance of physical activity for the whole population and dissemination of knowledge and methods of Sports Medicine for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and diseases; to encourage in common research; to establish and propagate a Sports Medicine Code of Ethics throughout Europe to implement Exercise Prescription for Health
WT | Wearable Technologies is the pioneer and worldwide leading innovation and market development platform for technologies worn close to the body, on the body or even in the body. They offer an international platform for networking and serves as a hub for market-ready products and components. On the one hand, WT stands for online activities such as the WT community, including an extensive exhibitor database and an up-to-date newsletter. And on the other hand, the platform is represented offline through various trade shows, dedicated conferences and furthermore through the printed trade journal WT news.
At +120,000 square meters spread over 5 levels, the Sands Expo and Convention Center is the largest exhibition venue in Singapore. The MEDICAL FAIR ASIA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE takes place at Hall C | Level 1. In close vicinity to the conference, you will find the Sports Medicine Pavilion where industry companies exhibit their latest products, services, and solutions.
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The 2nd MEDICAL FAIR ASIA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE concluded on 29th August.
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