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ORTHOPOÄDIE SCHUH TECHIK 2019

Congress program 18 and 19 October 2019:

Status quo: 12 April 2019 (subject to changes!) Please note that the exact allocation of the congress blocks to the individual days of the event has not been fixed yet.

  1. Practical treatment examples

The custom orthotic shoe is still the supreme discipline in pedorthics. In this lecture block colleagues will present cases from their practice and explain how they solved the treatment tasks.

  1. Investigation of causes

The area where the pain is located is not always identical with the area causing the pain. The art of physicians, physical therapists and pedorthists lies in finding the cause of the pain, since this is the key for the correct therapy. With the help of selected examples it will be demonstrated how this cause study can be successful in an interdisciplinary team and what consequences can be deducted from the findings.

  • Functional causes of pain

Dr. Jens Wippert

  • Myofascial trigger points

N.N.

  • Biomechanic causes of running injuries and overloading damages

Prof. Gert-Peter Brüggemann

 

  1. Proof of efficacy in treatments with assistive devices

Sensorimotor foot orthotics was not considered during the adjustment of product group 08, foot orthotics, of the German assistive devices catalogue, because the medical benefit of such foot orthotics had not yet been proven according to the state of studies. There are indeed scientific findings on these foot orthotics. But so far it has not been clear what kind of scientific proofs the German umbrella association of statutory health insurances [GKV-Spitzenverband] would accept. Also in case of other assistive devices manufacturers often do not know which proofs are necessary in order to be accepted in the assistive devices catalogue.

Representatives from health insurances, scientific institutions and from the trade will comment on this issue in order to discuss after that together how the generally accepted criteria for the proof of efficacy can be defined.

  1. Proof of efficacy in patients

Scientific studies are generally supposed to proof the effect of an assistive device. It is however even more important that an assistive device does indeed help the individual patient. This can nowadays be checked and proven in different ways. During the lecture various approaches will be presented how such a revision can be put into practice and which parameters can be used to measure an improvement.

(in cooperation with the German Study Group for Continuing Education in Pedorthics [Studiengemeinschaft für Orthopädieschuhtechnik e.V.])

  1. Deformities of little toes
  • Deformities of little toes – etiology – pathogenesis – nomenclature
  • Conservative treatment options
  • Toe orthotics, foot orthotics, sensorimotor treatment approaches
  • Surgical treatments – which procedure for which malposition and for which patient?
  • Round table: Interdisciplinary discussion of various cases with the speakers and the audience.

(in cooperation with the German Association for Foot and Ankle Joint [Deutsche Assoziation für Fuß und Sprunggelenk e.V.])

  1. Pes cavus
  • Etiology and pathogenesis
  • Conservative treatment
  • Surgical treatment

(in cooperation with the German Society for Foot Surgery [Gesellschaft für Fußchirurgie])

  1. Digitalisation: Trade 4.0

If you want to be successful, you have to change your way of thinking and use the possibilities of the digitalization. Can our current business models continue to subsist, can it be expanded with digital canals to the customer, can we connect our customers with the manufacturing in the company or do we even have to think about a completely new digital business model? How can a company be managed digitally and how do we have to qualify our staff concerning digitalization? With the help of fascinating and successful practice examples from pedorthic companies it can be shown how the digital transition becomes a chance.

Keynote by digitalization expert Christoph Krause and examples from pedorthics.

  1. Biomechanics and treatment with foot orthotics
  2. Dividing the plantar foot sole: How important is cutaneous information?

Kelly Robb, Canada

  1. Different effect of two different types of foot orthotics on muscular activity in one-leg-landings in sports

Annette Kerkhoff, Münster, Germany

  1. Treatment algorithm for pressure reduction in diabetes treatment

Klaus Peikenkamp, Münster, Germany

  1. A 3D plantar surface digitizing system based on the flatbed scanner

Karlo Obrovac, Croatia

 

  1. Shoe research and interdisciplany collaboration
  2. Interdisciplinary collaboration on developing patent pending 3D scanning and 3D printing process in foot orthotics

Dejan Tasner, Slovenia

  1. FEM-modelling of resistance examination against pressure impact according to DIN EN 12568 for steel caps in safety shoes

Nicole Dirksen, Münster, Germany

  1. Do different running shoes impact the gait line?

Philip Deters, Münster, Germany

  1. Torsion measurements in running shoes

Klaus Peikenkamp, Münster, Germany

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