SRM College of Physiotheraphy Organised "EYAN - 2018"
More than 650 National and International delegates participated in EYAN – 2018 organized by SRM College of Physiotherapy
EYAN 2018, an International conference was organised by SRM College of physiotherapy on 13th&14th December 2018 at SRMIST Kattankulathur campus as a part of 25th year Silver Jubilee Celebrations. The theme of two day International Conference is “RECENT UPDATES IN PHYSIOTHERAPY”. The conference was inaugurated by Prof. Balasubramanian, ProVC, Dr.N.Sethuraman, Registrar, SRMIST and the chief guest P.C.THENMOZHI., I.P.S – Deputy Inspector General of Police, Kanchipuram. This conference enlightened the knowledge and Perception of all physiotherapy delegates to update the advancement in the field of physiotherapy. Prof. D. Malarvizhi Dean Incharge, SRM College of Physiotherapy welcomed the delegates and participants of the conference.
Some of the topics presented in the conference are Research into action - Our journey of implementing an evidence based hand exercise programme into therapy practice by Dr. Cynthia Srikesavan., University of Oxford UK. Experience dependent plasticity in Rehabilitation by Dr.Chandramouli Krishnan., University of Michigan, USA. Entrepreneurship and physiotherapy by Dr.Mohammad Yasir, Qatar petroleum QATAR. Early mobilization in critical care by Dr.Narasimman Swaminathan SRMC Chennai. Knee Rehab – What is Important by Dr.Mohanakrishnan J, JIPMER. Indian Physiotherapist Research Productivity by Dr.Hariohm K, CBENR. Kinetic Chain Related Risk Factors For Sports Injuries by Dr. G.Prabhu Raja, MAHE. Exercise Testing and prescription for Metabolic Disorder by Dr.S.N.Senthilkumar, PON Physio & Rehab. Movement for Life Dr.K.B.Sankar Pandy, Jeevan Parvathy Hospital.
More than 650 delegates from different geographical locations attended the conference, also participated in posters and paper presentations. This Conference paved a proper channel and enlightened the knowledge of all the delegates to know and update the recent advancements in physiotherapy to carry out their practices in a better way.