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November 2014 – 11th Middle East Orthopaedics Conference 26-27 January 2015 ACL, Stem cells, PRP, Ca

Dr. William Murrell will be chairing the 11th Middle East Orthopaedics Conference together with Dr. Jonathan Schaffer – Activity director this 26-27 of January 2015 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Middle East Orthopaedics Conference is one of the best gatherings of world renowned Orthopaedic, Sports Medicine, Physiatry and Physiotherapy experts.

With keynote presentations to roundtable discussions, this year’s programme, under the theme of ‘The Knee: from birth to the golden years’, focuses on all aspects of the knee to help improve knee conditions across the whole life span.

With sessions including: Development of The Young Knee, How is Paediatric Orthopaedic Care Going To Change in the next 20 Years?, Modern Knee ligament Surgery: Is our Treatment Adequately Addressing The Pathology?, Knee Controversies-Points of View-New Directions, When Do We Intervene?(Partial tears, complete tears without instability, osteoarthritis monitoring and prevention following ligament tear), Cellular Approach to Knee Disorders, Restoration of Traumatic and Degenerative Knee Conditions, Primetime for Cartilage And biologics Transition to a New Paradigm, Mechanical Modification-The Art of Knee Surgery, Is Technology Giving Us Better Outcomes?, Technology And The Knee.

Get updated with the very latest in surgical techniques, non-operative care, rehabilitation procedures, Biologicals (stem cells and PRP), and the most recent technological advancements to help improve knee conditions. This is a programme that is not to be missed.

Contact the Arab Health Congress registration team directly to learn more about group discounts and early bird rates. Call +971 4 336 7334 or email

For more information about the conference please visit

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