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15th WFH International Musculoskeletal Congress 

The World Federation of Hemophilia and the Korea Hemophilia Foundation invite you to the 15th International Musculoskeletal Congress. The three-day event will take place in Seoul, Republic of Korea from May 5 to 7, 2017

The Congress program will feature presentations, posters, and exhibit displays with a focus on musculoskeletal approaches to hemophilia. Key developments in the field will be addressed, making the event relevant to orthopedists and physical therapists around the world. 

The 15th International Musculoskeletal Congress will cover many topics, including the following: 

  • Benefits, approaches, concerns, and developments in skill acquisition techniques
  • Effects, assessments and surgical considerations related to the kinetic chain
  • Pathology and prevention of synovitis
  • Lessons learned by experienced treaters
  • What’s hot and what’s not

We invite you to join us at this unique event to connect and exchange ideas with your international colleagues in the field of musculoskeletal research—and also to discover the fascinating city of Seoul, where contemporary lifestyle meets a rich historical legacy.

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The International Musculoskeletal Congress is supported by funding from:

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Articles about MSK Congresses

 

Past Musculoskeletal Congresses

WFH 14th MSK Congress 2015
May 7-10, 2015
Belfast, Northern Ireland 
Abstracts
Final Program

WFH 13th MSK Congress 2013
April 18 ‒ 21, 2013
Chicago, USA 
Program and Abstracts

WFH 12th MSK Congress 2011
March 31-April 2, 2011
Dubai, UAE 
Abstracts

WFH 11th MSK Congress 2009
April 26-29, 2009
Cartagena, Colombia
Program and Abstracts 

WFH 10th MSK Congress 2007
May 3-6, 2007Stresa, Italy
Program and Abstracts

For more information about the International Musculoskeletal Congress, contact us at programs@wfh.org.


Updated March 2017