Mobile Apps are creating a revolution in Health care delivery system: Dr. Maria Abulkhanova
- On the second day of the International Conference on Recent Advances and Challenges in Sports Rehabilitation, a total of 9 internationally & nationally renowned speakers presented their researches
- The day was concluded on the Zoom platform with the gracious presence of eminent personalities and almost 300 participants
6 June, Faridabad: On the second day of the international conference on “Recent Advances and Challenges in Sports Rehabilitation”, nine internationally & nationally renowned speakers presented their researches. The event was concluded on the zoom platform with the gracious presence of eminent personalities and almost 300 participants across the world. It is noteworthy that this conference was organized by the Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, MRIIRS in collaboration with the University of Sharjah, UAE; National University of Physical Education and Sports, Ukraine; An Nasher University, Indonesia; University of Sains, Malaysia, and International Association of Physical Education and Sports.
The first session of the second day started with the welcome address of the Prof. (Dr.) Moattar Raza Rizvi, Co-Chairperson, RACTR 2021, Dean, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, MRIIRS. This session was chaired by Dr. G. L. Khanna, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, MRIIRS, and co-chaired by Dr. Rizvi and Dr. Divya Sanghi, Head, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, MRIIRS.
In her keynote address Dr. Maria Abulkhanova, Associate Professor, Founding Member, and Vice President of BRICSCESS, Department of Physical Education and Sport Science Moscow, State Academy of Physical Education Russia explained the use of mobile-based application for health care delivery around the world. She added that these applications are creating a revolution in the health care sector. These online platforms are helping in measuring the current health situation, monitoring the treatment and recovery process. They also provide appropriate rehabilitation via health care providers.
In the next talk Dr. Tilawaty Aprina, MBBS, Director, Aisyaih Pontianak Politechnque, Jakarta, Indonesia, shared her knowledge on sports for pregnant women and its impact on the birth process. Her session grabbed great attention from participants with various questions and observations coming up. Dr. Imam Waluyo, Professor and health consultant and research reviewer for Traditional Medicine/complementary Alternative Medicine (TM/CAM) of the Ministry of Health of Indonesia since 2004 spoke about how to develop international competency of sports physiotherapy.
Dr. Bharath Kumar, Founder & Director of Kinesis Sports Clinic and MediFit Clinic spoke about the recent trends of therapeutic modalities on sports rehabilitation. His views were very well accepted by the participants and they found it very informative. Dr. Gagan Kapooris, Sports Physiotherapist shared his experience on current concepts in ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. In the break session Dr. Irshad, Assistant Professor, FAHS, MRIIRS had displayed the posters from master students and Ph.D. research scholars during the break session. All the posters were well appreciated by the participants and eminent speakers.
In the second session, Dr. Arsyad Subu, Ph.D. in Nursing, University of Ottawa, Canada and Head of Mental Health Nursing, Nursing Program Faculty of Health Sciences – Gulf Medical University, UAE shared his talk on how to release tension stress for preparation sports competition. Dr. Jasmine Kaur Chawla, Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy and among the few Indians who have been awarded Diploma in Football Medicine by FIFA in January 2018 shared her experience on the scope of functional rehabilitation and artificial intelligence in sports medicine from a physiotherapist’s perspective.
After this session, a symposium was hosted on regenerative medicine by Dr. Pankaj N Surage Director, Interventional Pain and Spine Center (IPSC India), New Delhi; Dr. Namrata Dabas, Senior Resident, MAMC, New Delhi and Dr. Renu Dadiala, Consultant and In-Charge (Medical services and Operations), IPSC Bangalore Faculty, IPSC Varsity, Consultant Sports and Musculoskeletal Physician to KSRA (Karnataka state Rifle Association). They shared their experience on regenerative medicine and the role of regenerative interventions in sports injuries and sports-related back and spine injuries. In the last session, many scholars and researcher presented their research papers.
The second day ended with a vote of thanks to the participants. On day three, scholars and researchers from Indonesia, India, Ukraine, Malaysia, Thailand will present the papers on various topics related to the conference.