36th Annual Conference
REGENERATIVE ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE
Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre – November 17 – 19, 2022
Our 36th Annual Regenerative Medicine Conference will occur at the beautiful Delta Hotels by Marriott Ottawa, in the heart of the City Centre, from Friday November 18 to Saturday November 19, 2022.
Innovative Approaches To Treating Chronic Pain
Our 36th Annual Regenerative Medicine Conference will bring together experienced, evidence led presenters who will share their expertise about comprehensive treatments to manage chronic headaches, whiplash, and chronic shoulder, elbow and wrist pain. We will also explore new and innovative treatment modalities including Prolotherapy, Platelet-rich Plasma, Perineural Injections, Nerve Hydro dissection, Ultrasound and Botox.
As Canada’s capital, Ottawa is the perfect place to experience some of the country’s best attractions, celebrations and flavours in one welcoming city. With its unique blend of urban and rural beauty, year-round outdoor activities, and vibrant neighborhoods, the Ottawa region is a fruitful place to explore.
Please review the information below to remain well informed. If you have any additional questions please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are hoping you can join us and all of your colleagues across the province for this amazing opportunity.
A full itinerary will be posted soon.
As one of our exhibitors, you will have the ability to be present and provide additional opportunities to engage and network with our participants, share research updates, and information about your products and services. Most importantly, your commitment and support will allow us to achieve better patient outcomes by empowering healthcare providers with:
- clinical resources to grow, enhance their clinical practice and reduce barriers to change.
- make informed decisions based on evidence-informed treatments to achieve better pain management, and improve patient outcomes and well being.
Your organization will benefit from this engagement among the most interested and committed group of practitioners on the frontlines in Canada.