Invited Speakers

  • Plenary Session
  • Parallel Session

Plenary Session 1

Rehabilitation Robot for Disabled

  • Robotic Assisted Training in Neurorehabilitation Alberto Esquenazi MossRehab and Einstein Healthcare Network USA
  • State of the Art: Wearable Robot for Enhancing Gait Yun-Hee Kim Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine Korea

Plenary Session 2

Geriatric Rehabilitation for Frailty and Sarcopenia

  • Geriatric Rehabilitation Is a Key Topic for PMR for the next half century: Scope and Content of This Field Ian Douglas Cameron University of Sydney Australia
  • Can Exercise Change the Course of Sarcopenia? Walter R. Frontera University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine Puerto Rico

Plenary Session 3

Rehabilitation 2030: A Call for Action

  • Rehabilitation : the 21st Century Health Strategy for Functioning Pauline Kleinitz World Health Organization Switzerland
  • Panelist Khin Myo Hla Yangon General Hospital, University of Medicine-1 Myanmar
  • Panelist Taslim Uddin Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Bangladesh
  • Panelist Wan-Ho Kim National Rehabilitation Center Korea

Parallel Session 1

Non-invasive Neuromoduation in Rehabilitation

  • Neuromodulation for Balance Disorders Chung‐Lan Kao Taipei Veterans General Hospital Taiwan
  • Neuromodulation for Cognitive Impairment Myoung-Hwan Ko Chonbuk National University College of Medicine Korea
  • rTMS can enhance neural plasticity for post-stroke hemiparetic patients Wataru Kakuda International University of Health and Welfare Japan

Parallel Session 2

Technology and Rehabilitation

  • Brain–machine Interfaces for Rehabilitation of Poststroke Hemiplegia Junich Ushiba Keio University Japan
  • BCI-Based Strategies on Stroke Rehabilitation with Avatar and FES Feedback Jing Jin East China University of Science and Technology China
  • Telerehabilitation: Future Challenges Nam-Jong Paik Seoul National University Bundang Hospital Korea

Parallel Session 3

Pediatric Rehabilitation

  • Early Identification and Intervention in Cerebral Palsy Eun Sook Park Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea
  • Single Event Multi-Level Chemoneurolysis (SEMLC) –Botulinum Toxin and Beyond Heakyung Kim Columbia University Medical Center USA
  • Rehabilitation Management for Survivors of Thalidomide Embryopathy Nobuhiko Haga The University of Tokyo Japan

Parallel Session 4

Emerging Issues in Rehabilitation after Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Disorders of Consciousness after TBI: Advances in the Assessment and Treatment Jongmin Lee Konkuk University School of Medicine Korea
  • Post-traumatic Headaches: Natural History, Evaluation and Management Thomas Watanabe MossRehab USA
  • Use of Technology in Rehabilitation after Acquired Brain Injury Fazah Akhtar Hanapiah Daehan Rehabilitation Hospital Putrajaya Malaysia

Parallel Session 5

Regeneration Medicine in Rehabilitation

  • Novel Technologies for Functional Restoration after Spinal Cord Injury Jung Keun Hyun Dankook University College of Medicine Korea
  • Cell Therapy in Chronic Stroke Patients Shinn-zong Lin Hualien Tzu Chi Hospital Taiwan
  • Rehabilitation and Regeneration of Peripheral Nerve Injury Ryosuke Ikeguchi Kyoto University Hospital Japan

Parallel Session 6

New Trend of Cancer Rehabilitation

  • Cancer Rehab in China: Practice and Future dream Jianan Li Nanjing Medical University China
  • The Front Line of Cancer Rehabilitation in Japan: Current Status and Future Issues Tetsuya Tsuji Keio University School of Medicine Japan
  • Mobile Health (mHealth) Application for Cancer Survivors Ji Hye Hwang Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine Korea

Parallel Session 7

From Diagnosis to Treatment of Entrapment Neuropathy

  • Diagnosis of the Entrapment Neuropathy: Electrodiagnosis and Ultrasonography Chang-Hwan Kim Inha University School of Medicine Korea
  • Perineural Injection with 5% Dextrose and PRP for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Novel Treatment Yung-Tsan Wu National Defense Medical Center Taiwan

Parallel Session 8

Update of Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation

  • Pain Types and Taxonomies following Spinal Cord Injuries Hyun-Yoon Ko Pusan National University School of Medicine Korea
  • Ageing in Spinal Cord Injuries Xianghu Xiong Burwood Spinal Unit, Burwood Hospital New Zealand

Parallel Session 9

Ultrasound Guided Intervention

  • Ultrasound Guided Intervention for Spinal lesion Levent Ozcakar Hacettepe University Turkey
  • Ultrasound-guided Intervention for Upper Limb Gi-Young Park Daegu Catholic University School of Medicine Korea
  • Ultrasound-guided Intervention for Lower Limb Tyng-Guey Wang National Taiwan University Taiwan

Parallel Session 10

Update on Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Hi or Low Tech in Stroke Rehabilitation Leonard Li The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
  • Optimal Phase for Poststroke Upper Limb Spasticity: Early vs Late Witsanu Kumthornthip Mahidol University Thailand
  • Plastic Changes of the Motor System after Severe CST Injury Woo-Kyoung Yoo Hallym University College of Medicine Korea

Parallel Session 11

Critical Care Rehabilitation

  • Noninvasive Respiratory Management of Ventilatory Pump Failure John Robert Bach Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School USA
  • The Effectiveness and Safety of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program in the Intensive Care Unit Willy Chou Chia Li Chi Mei Hospital Taiwan
  • How to Expand the Scope of Rehabilitation in ICU Hyung-Ik Shin Seoul National University College of Medicine Korea

Parallel Session 12

Update on Management of Spinal Pain

  • Peripheral and Central Mechnisms of Spinal Pain Reynaldo R. Rey-Matias Asian Oceanian Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine Philippines
  • Interventional Management of Chronic Spinal Pain Sang-Heon Lee Korea University College of Medicine Korea
  • Advanced Pain Interventions for Spinal Stenosis Areerat Suputtitada Chulalongkorn University Thailand

Parallel Session 13

New Technology for Dysphagia

  • Dynamic CT for Dysphagia Evaluation Yoko Inamoto Fujita Health University Japan
  • rTMS for Dysphagia Treatment Jin-Woo Park Dongguk University College of Medicine Korea
  • Application of tDCS in Post-stroke Dysphagia Dongyu Wu Wangjing Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences China

Parallel Session 14 - Special Session

Leadership and Future of Asia-Oceania Rehabilitation

  • What is the Key Issue to Develop PRM in AOSPRM Changil Park Yonsei University College of Medicine Korea
  • Factors for the Development of Rehabilitation Medicine in Korean History Tai Ryoon Han Seoul National University College of Medicine Korea
  • The Development of Rehabilitation Medicine in Taiwan Simon Fuk Tan Tang Chang Gung University Taiwan
  • International Cooperation for Research in Asian Countries Masami Akai International University of Health and Welfare Japan
  • New Challenge and Opportunity for Rehabilitation Medicine in 5G era Jianan Li Nanjing Medical University China
  • Indonesian PMR facing Social Economical Cultural Geographical Challenges Angela Tulaar University of Indonesia Indonesia