Track: Fractures



Fractures, or broken bones, are common injuries that can occur due to trauma, overuse, or underlying medical conditions. Recent advancements in fracture management have revolutionized treatment approaches, focusing on early intervention, precision, and patient-centered care. One significant development is the utilization of advanced imaging techniques such as CT scans and MRI, which enable more accurate diagnosis and classification of fractures, guiding treatment decisions. Additionally, there has been a shift towards minimally invasive surgical techniques, such as percutaneous fixation and arthroscopic-assisted fracture reduction, which offer smaller incisions, reduced soft tissue damage, and faster recovery times compared to traditional open surgeries. The advent of bioresorbable implants and bone substitutes has also transformed fracture fixation, providing temporary support while promoting bone healing and reducing the need for implant removal surgeries. Furthermore, advancements in rehabilitation protocols and regenerative medicine therapies, including platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and mesenchymal stem cell injections, aim to accelerate fracture healing and improve functional outcomes. With a focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, evidence-based practice, and patient education, modern fracture management endeavors to optimize outcomes, minimize complications, and restore function for individuals affected by fractures of varying complexity.

·         Periprosthetic Fractures
·         Joints Fusion
·         Fracture Healing
·         Current Concepts, Results, Innovations

Related Societies: International Society for Minimal Intervention in Spinal Surgery | International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine | International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine | International Society of Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology | Iranian Orthopaedic Association | Iranian Society of Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy, and Sports Traumatology | Iraqi Orthopaedic Association | Irish Orthopaedic Association | Israeli Orthopaedic Association | Israeli Society of Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy