News & Events
The Singapore Rehabilitation Conference returns for the 5th time, following previous years’ success. It will be held on 7 and 8 September 2017 at the Academia, Singapore General Hospital campus. This is the only general Rehabilitation Conference held in Singapore and regionally on a regular basis. The demand for comprehensive, high-quality rehabilitation has increased exponentially over the last decade with an aging population and significant numbers of patients are surviving albeit with disability due to advances in medical care.
The Innomed team will showcase Storz Medical shockwave equpment for rehabilitation. Visit our booth to learn more about the uses of shockwave for conditions such as spasticity. Shockwave textbooks will also be available for purchase.
The 47th Malaysian Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Meeting (MOA ASM) will be held from the 19th to 21st May 2017 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia
Try the world’s first modular shock wave therapy system with diagnostic ultrasound by Storz Medical at the Malaysian Orthopaedic Association Conference. Indications include non-unions, tendinopathies, myofascial pain & trigger points and wound healing. Come see us at the Innomed Asia booth -KLCC Convention Centre, Booth 26 and check out the latest innovative shockwave transmitters by Storz Medical.
Come join Singapore’s Pilot Shockwave Intensive Training Course, co-organized by Storz Medical, discentis Academy and Innomed Pte Ltd. Learn about new fascial applications of shockwave technology. The course is conducted by Dr Stephan Swart, a distinguished orthopaedic surgeon from discentis Academy.
Narrowband UVB (NB-UVB) Phototherapy is an option for the treatment of vitiligo that uses ultraviolet light in a very narrow range of wavelengths (311 – 312 nanometers). This wave range has been shown to be more effective when treating areas of depigmentation and is less likely to cause adverse effects such as sunburn. *
In a recent study on sun exposure and healthy skin habits, researchers from NYU and Boston University found that participants were more likely to improve their approach to sun protection after viewing images that showed their personal sun damage. Using Canfield’s VISIA® Complexion Analysis system, doctors performed a detailed sub-surface facial skin analysis and shared the resulting images with the participants. The study is published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology.
The New Haven Register reports that Dr. Derek Steinbacher, Director of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery at Yale School of Medicine, uses VECTRA 3D images to streamline surgical planning.
Read the full story here http://www.nhregister.com/health/20170402/new-haven-plastic-surgeon-uses-3d-camera-to-help-improve-patients-health-appearance