University:Coimbra Health School, Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra
Maria António Castro (PhD, PT, MD), Pos-Doc in Motor Behaviour and PhD in Physiotherapy. Graduated in Medicine. Associate Professor at Coimbra Health School, Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, Portugal (Human Movement, Biomechanics, Sport Physiotherapy, Manual Therapy,). Head board of Robocorp research Laboratory. Researcher at the Mechanical Engineering Research Centre - University of Coimbra. Research interests in movement analysis, biomechanics and motor control of human movements, sports injuries, injury prevention and health promotion. Guest editor and reviewer in several Journals.
movement analysis, sports injuries and injury prevention
Dr Khaled M. Emara Professor of Orthopaedics and traumatology Ain Shams University Subspeciality : 1- Orthopaedics, Subspeciality: pediatric orthopaedics, & Orthopaedic Trauma and management of deformities and limb lengthening & reconstruction That is beside General orthopedic practice 2- Elected director of the scientific committee & medico legal committee at the Egyptian Medical Syndicate 3- Chairman of the SICOT Fellowship committee (International association of orthopedic surgeons) & member in the Trauma committee.
M.B., B.Ch- Ain Shams University, 1990 (M.D.)
I was graduated from my medical school with the degree of (Excellent with Honors) , which entailed a degree of Excellent for each individual year of my six years of study.
Marco Fraccalvieri Marco Fraccalvieri, M.D. Via Baretti 4 10024 Moncalieri, TO, Italy Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery has two souls in one: a part designed to restore the anatomical and functional integrity of a part of the body that has gone damaged and another purely dedicated to improving the physiognomy. In the field of Aesthetic Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine, the principle that guides my profession is definitely "improving without upsetting": it is possible to obtain excellent results, which increase the pleasantness of the person, which make "feel better", which help to "stay better with themselves ", without exaggerating. In this way it is possible to improve the features of an individual without creating caricatures. The strength of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery is transversality. Plastic surgery is present in a capillary way throughout the diagnostic-therapeutic path of all pathologies that require a reconstructive need. Plastic surgery aims not only at the functional restoration of the lost anatomical part, but this concept is inseparable from the best achievable aesthetic result. The "difficult wounds" deserve a separate discussion in Reconstructive Surgery. In fact, most wounds have a rapid course towards healing; in some patients however, despite medical and nursing care, the course is particularly long and complex and does not always evolve into healing. In such cases, the injuries can go to serious complications or they can cause death. These injuries, consequently have a negative impact on physical and mental health and more generally on the quality of life of the patients, are the cause of prolonged hospitalizations and consumption of important resources, with significant repercussions on the health system in organizational and economic terms. Wounds that are difficult to heal can concern acute or chronic injuries of a varied nature and etiology, often in association with immune diseases, infections or chronic diseases. They can be distinguished in: