Indian Spinal Injuries Centre (ISIC) has brought to us pioneering achievements in the field of spine & orthopaedics treating patients with revolutionary innovations in technology pairing it with best pharmaceutical solutions. ISIC is organising International Spine and Spinal Injuries Conference (ISSICON 2017) from 18th to 19th November 2017 at Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi with a very engaging scientific programme. 18 Preconference workshops for Surgeons, Physiatrists, Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Assistive Technologists, Psychologists, Social Workers & Consumers would be held on 17th November at Indian Spinal injuries Centre. The event will commence in the presence of Major H.P.S. Ahluwalia, Chairman, ISIC, Dr. A. K. Mukherjee, Organizing Chairman and Dr H.S. Chhabra, Secretary, Spinal Cord Society, Chief of Spine Service & Medical Director, ISIC. Through a press conference on November 17th, the media will be addressed and informed about the conference in detail.
The 2-day conference will focus on “Challenges and Opportunities” in the field of spinal trauma management and care. Bridging the gap between “possible” and “actually available”, ISIC is leading a revolution infusing new life in hundreds of spinal injury survivors.
Dr H.S. Chhabra, Secretary, Spinal Cord Society, Chief of Spine Service & Medical Director, ISIC. says, “Indian Spinal Injuries Centre today is recognized by the Government of India as the tertiary level center for management of spinal injury. It is also gaining international recognition for the quality of its services. We have been fortunate to have had the strong support of the national and international community to overcome our share of hardships, hurdles and difficulties. We are now seeing the fruits of our efforts blossoming. ISSICON is another endeavour of ours to present the developments in the field of spinal injury management and at the same time, to create a high spirited atmosphere encouraging ideation, innovation and sharing of experiences related to rehabilitation and treatment for injury patients.”
The distinguished spinal experts and faculties across India and the world will be attending the conference and presenting their papers, new findings and breakthroughs. While the workshops would be conducted in ISIC, the conference would be held in Le Meridian where global leading spinal experts come forth to discuss challenges and opportunities they encounter in their medical journey to aid spinal trauma and injuries.