Dr James Stoxen DC FSSEMM Hon Team Doctors 2nd International Conference on Orthopedics & Advanced Care in Singapore City Singapore 2019

Dr James Stoxen DC, FSSEMM (hon) FWSSEM, gave the keynote presentation: The Integrated Spring Mass Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, at the 2nd International Conference on Orthopedics & Advanced Care, in Singapore City Singapore, February 25th 2019

Lecture Title: The Integrated Spring Mass Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Letter of Acceptance

2019 Singapore Dr James Stoxen Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Letter-of-acceptance

Lecture Abstract Summary

Abstract for an oral presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Orthopedics & Advanced Care to be held in Singapore in Singapore City on February 25th – 26th, 2019.

Lecture Abstract for a 3 keynote presentations:

The Integrated Spring-Mass Model Approach to Treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

by Dr James Stoxen DC., FSSEMM (hon) FWSSEM

The use of hand held devices (HHD) such as mobile phones, game controls, tablets, portable media players and personal digital assistants have increased dramatically in past decade. This drastic change has led to new batch of difficult to treat, musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Extremities such as myofascial pain syndrome of neck and upper back and thoracic outlet syndrome.

The thoracic outlet anatomy and how the bundle passes through the passageway is complex for even musculoskeletal experts. So for doctors trained in other specialties there can be an inadequate understanding about nature and cause of thoracic outlet syndrome.

A syndrome rather than a disease, the Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders And Stroke, plus top 10 ranked hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery agree persistent compression of nerves, arteries and veins traveling through the thoracic outlet is what leads to thoracic outlet syndrome.

I will discuss the three models of human movement, the inverted pendulum model, the spring-mass model and the integrated spring-mass model (ISMM). The (ISMM), which integrates the spring suspension systems of the foot and shoulder region as well as the torsion spring of the spine and the mass, the head. I will discuss my clinical findings show compressive disorders like TOS and herniated discs are merely an over control of tension on the human spring mechanism leading to these syndromes.

I will give brief review of the symptoms and their patterns, the common orthopedic tests, and diagnostic tests, the 16 different common conservative therapies and the 10 reasons for when surgery is medically necessary. I will discuss an alternative treatment for this disorder based on the integrated spring mass model.

For more information about Dr Stoxen and the The Integrated Spring-Mass Model Approach to Treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, go to www.DrStoxen.com or www.teamdoctorsblog.com

 

Presentation Abstract:
Abstract for an oral presentation at the “2nd International Conference on Orthopedics & Advanced Care to be held in Singapore in Singapore City on February 25th – 26th, 2019.

The Integrated Spring-Mass Model Approach to Treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
by Dr James Stoxen DC., FSSEMM (hon) FWSSEM

 

The use of hand held devices (HHD) such as mobile phones, game controls, tablets, portable media players and personal digital assistants have increased dramatically in past decade. This drastic change has led to new batch of difficult to treat, musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Extremities such as myofascial pain syndrome of neck and upper back and thoracic outlet syndrome.

The thoracic outlet anatomy and how the bundle passes through the passageway is complex for even musculoskeletal experts. So for doctors trained in other specialties there can be an inadequate understanding about nature and cause of thoracic outlet syndrome.

A syndrome rather than a disease, the Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders And Stroke, plus top 10 ranked hospitals for neurology and neurosurgery agree persistent compression of nerves, arteries and veins traveling through the thoracic outlet is what leads to thoracic outlet syndrome.

I will discuss the three models of human movement, the inverted pendulum model, the spring-mass model and the integrated spring-mass model (ISMM). The (ISMM), which integrates the spring suspension systems of the foot and shoulder region as well as the torsion spring of the spine and the mass, the head. I will discuss my clinical findings show compressive disorders like TOS and herniated discs are merely an over control of tension on the human spring mechanism leading to these syndromes.

I will give brief review of the symptoms and their patterns, the common orthopedic tests, and diagnostic tests, the 16 different common conservative therapies and the 10 reasons for when surgery is medically necessary. I will discuss an alternative treatment for this disorder based on the integrated spring mass model.

For more information about Dr Stoxen and the The Integrated Spring-Mass Model Approach to Treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, go to Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. or www.teamdoctorsblog.com

Presentation Titles and Speakers
Title: To review TCM and the current practices for lower back pain management for a lasting effect.
Wong Boh Boi, Wong Boh Boi Pvt Ltd, Singapore

Title: The integrated spring-Mass model approach to treating thoracic outlet syndrome James Stoxen, Team Doctors Treatment Center, USA

Title: Why patients with knee pain still have symptoms despite the use of anti-inflammatory medications? Huang Wei Ling, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Brazil

Title: A modified Sayre’s technique, for correction of congenital radial club hand deformity Abdulrahim Aljayar, Aljala Teaching Trauma Hospital, Libya

Title: Can Metallic Surgical Implants Influence the Body’s Health
Huang Wei Ling, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Brazil

Dr James Stoxen, Team Doctors Treatment Center, USA

Title: High fibular osteotomy ( HFO) for medial compartmental arthritis of knee with varus deformity in Indian subcontinent
Shah Kushal V, Parul Sevasharam Hospital, India

Title: Functional navigation in Hip Resurfacing using the Corin Optimized Positioning System
Waters G, Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group, Western Australia

Effect of hamstring stretch pelvic control on pain, disability and work ability index in dentist with mechanical low back pain
Priyanka Rishi, SGT University, India

Title: What’s new in Hallux valgus treatment?
Morteza Rajai, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Title: Effectiveness of cervical stabilization exercises on respiratory strength in chronic neck pain patients with forward head posture- A pilot study
Sonia Pawaria, SGT University, India

Title: A unique case of latissimus dorsi tendon avulsion injury in an athlete cycling anabolic steroids and successful delayed repair utilizing an intracortical button technique
Waters G, Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group, Western Australia

Title: Efficacy of the functional mobilization approach in young adults with patellofemoral pain syndrome: A randomized clinical trial
Supriya Awasthi, School of Allied Health Sciences, India

Title: Shoulder and elbow tendinitis as initial manifestation of autoimmune hepatitis
Huang Wei Ling, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Brazil

Day 2, February 26, 2019 @ Singapore Chair
James Stoxen, Team Doctors Treatment Center, USA

Why orthopedic patients still catch hospital infections despite the practice of infection prevention and control programs & can hospital osteomyelitis be treated without the use of antibiotics?
Huang Wei Ling, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Brazil

Title: Integrated role of yoga and physiotherapy in sports injuries prevention.
Sheetal Kalra, SGT University, India
Title: Robotic equipment in upper limb amputations
O. Fadili, University Hasssan, Morocco

Title: Ganglion cyst of Hoffa’s fat pad of knee-a rare cause of anterior knee pain and swelling Rakesh Goyal, Lok Nayak Hospital and Maulana Azad Medical College, India

Title: A rare case of traumatic posterior dislocation of hip in a 7 year old child following trivial trauma
Rakesh Goyal, Lok Nayak Hospital and Maulana Azad Medical College, India

Title: Management of medial patellofemoral ligament injury- A case report.
Hiren Sarma, Solace Hospital and Research Centre, India

Title: A rare case of giant cell tumor of tendon sheath of Hoffa’s fat pad of knee misdiagnosed as ganglion cyst
Rakesh Goyal, Lok Nayak Hospital and Maulana Azad Medical College, India

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Dr Stoxen is a #1 International Best Selling Author. He is the president of Team Doctors®, Treatment and Training Center Chicago, one of the most recognized treatment centers in the world. He is a much sought-after speaker giving over 1000 live presentations and has lectured at over 70 medical conferences to over 50,000 doctors in more than 20 countries. He’s been asked to be the keynote speaker to specifically lecture on his human spring approach to thoracic outlet syndrome and other medical conditions. After his groundbreaking lecture on the Integrated Spring-Mass Model at the World Congress of Sports and Exercise Medicine he was presented with an Honorary Fellowship Award by a member of the royal family, the Sultan of Pahang, for his distinguished research and contributions to the advancement of Sports and Exercise Medicine on an International level. (Full Bio) Dr Stoxen can be reached directly at teamdoctors@aol.com

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