2015 i-rot symposium  
  Who Should Attend?
Orthopaedic Surgeons
Rehabilitation Physicians
Biomedical Engineers
Allied Health Professionals
Rehabilitation Therapists
Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Nurses
Regional Leaders
Funding agents- governmental / venture capitalists
Industries CEO, scientific directors
Government officials in related discipline
1. The first ever platform created to BRIDGING the gap between orthopaedic surgeon and other professional groups in rehabilitation
2. The first ever platform to facilitate the exchanges amongst professional groups and industries
1. To launch a CONSORTIUM in ORT to maintain the momentum
2. To facilitate the groups of collaborators to continue the development of incubator projects
3. To maintain a dedicated web site for communication
Date : 9 October 2015 (Fri)
Venue : Prince of Wales Hospital, HKSAR
"Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Technology:
Helping individuals continue to live independently in the community"
Session 1 : How to Achieve a B-t-B Translation in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
Moderator : Prof KM Chan, Dept of Orthopeadics & Traumatology, CUHK
Role of Venture capitalist in facilitation Prof. CK Cheng (DOF)  
How to assess incubator projects and match funding support with sharing of successful stories Prof. Ling Qin (CUHK)  

Session 2: Exoskeleton / Powered Orthosis – The next generation of Orthosis?
Moderator: Dr. SW Law, Dept of Orthopeadics & Traumatology, CUHK

Applying Bio-medical Engineering into Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Prof. Arthur Mak(CUHK)  
The story of “Hand of Hope”: Exoskeleton of Hand Robot Prof. Raymond Tong (CUHK)  
Wearable Robots for Paralyzed Patients Prof. Wei-Hsin LIAO (CUHK)  
REX- Exoskeleton – imitative from a paralyzed patient Deltason Ltd.  

Session 3:  3 D Printing in Orthopedic rehabilitation (Demand , Design , Development)
Moderator: Dr Anthony Kwok, Dept of Orthopeadics & Traumatology, CUHK

Application of CADCAM in Foot Orthotics Ms. Peggy Chan (Kowloon Hospital)  
3 D printing – application in medical field Mr Bryan So  
3 D printing in Orthopedic rehabilitation – Demand and limitation Dr SW Law (CUHK)  
Enable The Future: Open Hand Project - An experience and challenge in Hong Kong Mr Mike Li (Hong Kong Maker Club)  

Session 4: New Dimension of Work rehabilitation and Work Disability Prevention - Simulation Rehabilitation
Moderator: Prof LK Hung, Dept of Orthopeadics & Traumatology, CUHK

Work rehabilitation and Work disability: The M-O-R-E Project Dr SW Law (CUHK)  
Filling the gap of Work rehabilitation – Driving Stimulator in the rehabilitation of injured professional drivers Dr Andy Cheng (PolyU)  
Ergonomic assessment and management. Dr Grace Szeto (PolyU)  
Session 5 : Dynamic rehabilitation technology- personalized and
cost-effective devices
Session 6: Prosthetic technology
Session 7: Latest development in Wheelchair Technology
OptiKnee - MCT in Sports Orthopaedic Rehab (Innomotion) Children prosthesis- experience learnt in Stand TALL project Standing wheelchair to benefit social life of patients
Robotic advances (Gaittech) Upper limb prosthesis- how to achieve cost-effective application Power assisted design in wheelchair maneuvers
  US in prosthetic stump wound healing Stairs climbing wheelchair: How safe
is safe?
  Contact Us
  For any further information, please contact:
  Anthony Kwok <anthonykwok@cuhk.edu.hk>
  Christy Lam <christylam@ort.cuhk.edu.hk>