OPEN CALL FOR POSTERS
The Orthobiologic Institute invites you to submit your clinical and basic science research findings to be considered for inclusion in The Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI) 5th Annual PRP & Regenerative Medicine Symposium, June 6-7, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.
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TOBI 2013 Videos - Stream Online Now
4th Annual PRP & Regenerative Medicine Symposium
21 Thought-leading Lectures on the Latest Research, Clinical Experience & Protocols
7 Live Patient Injection Demonstrations
Presentation Slides for note-taking and review
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TOBI (The Orthobiologic Institute) completes record breaking attendance for June 2013 annual meeting.
This conference brought together orthopaedists, sports med, Rheumatology, PM&R, PhD’s, Plastic Surgeons & Veterinarians from countries including United Arab Emirates, Australia, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Mexico, Canada, Brazil Uruguay and Serbia - Streaming Online in Malaysia, Saudia Arabia, Australia and across the US.
Highlights included the largest multi-center placebo controlled trial on PRP for lateral epicondylitis, recently published trial in AJSM: UCL injuries & PRP, BMC (Bone Marrow Concentrate) for hip & knee OA 1 year outcome data Vs Total joint replacement, amniotic tissue allograft trial for lateral epicondylitis, PRP for spine disc disease, ozone therapy and more.
This year in addition to going green, we introduced live streaming video so physicians, researchers and government officials could participate remotely while integrating their questions to our expert panel discussions.
Here is a testimonial:
I wish to thank you for organizing and providing live streaming of the seminar this year. I sat glued to my screen from 11 pm Singapore time last night, slept only for 3+ hours, and continued watching when I woke up this morning.
You have truly outdone yourself this year. The lecturers were stellar and their content was of incredibly high caliber. I learned a lot in this short space of time. Of particular practical interest to me were the issues surrounding the use of anesthetics and WBC's in PRP. The session on use of PRP in disc problems has also made me want to pick up the phone and call my spinal surgeon colleague immediately.
I wish I could have been there, but the live streaming was excellent.
Dr. Patrick Goh, MBBS, MSS (Sports Med)