3D Tissue Models
11th Physiatric Summer School - Laxity
ORTON Foundation, auditorium
Helsinki, Finland
Helsinki, Finland
11th Physiatric Summer School - Laxity

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, August 19, 2010
08:00:00 Registration
09:00:00 Opening Remarks Heikki Hurri
09:10:00 Introduction of the meeting Karl-August Lindgren
09:20:00 4th Nordic meeting in Hypermobility Research - Is there a possibility for a consensus statement? Lars Remvig
10:40:00 Coffee Break Exhibition
11:10:00 Hypermobility: An important but often neglected area Rodney Grahame
11:50:00 Molecular mechanisms of classical Ehlers- Danlos Syndrome (EDS) Peter Byers
12:20:00 Lunch Exhibition
13:15:00 Which health problems are reported by individuals with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome? Britta Berglund
13:35:00 Functional limitations in children and adults with generalized joint hypermobility Birgit Juul-Kristensen
14:00:00 Free papers
14:45:00 Coffee Break Exhibition
15:15:00 Free papers
16:45:00 Discussion and Closing of Day 1
Friday, August 20, 2010
09:00:00 Recap of Day 1 Lars Remvig, Karl-August Lindgren
09:15:00 Cutaneous Laxity Syndromes - The Paradigm of the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Cutis Laxa and Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum Jouni Uitto
10:00:00 Coffee Break Exhibition
10:45:00 Anxiety disorders and joint hypermobility syndromes Antonio Bulbena
11:30:00 Joint hypermobility with and without musculoskeletal complaints: A physiotherapeutic approach Raoul Engelbert
12:15:00 Lunch Exhibition
13:05:00 Panel Discussion - Consensus Lars Remvig
13:10:00 Introduction: The need to take a fresh look at criteria for hypermobility Rodney Grahame, Antonio Bulbena, Peter Byers, Raoul Engelbert, Birgit Juul-Kristensen
14:30:00 Coffee Break Exhibition
15:00:00 Free papers
16:00:00 Discussion: What have we learned during these days?
16:15:00 Closing of the Summer School
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