List of Lectures and Speakers for the 2nd International Coccyx Pain Symposium, The Netherlands

Below is a List of Lectures and Speakers for the 2nd International Coccyx Pain Symposium, The Netherlands, June 28-29-30.
2nd International Coccyx Pain Symposium, Netherlands, 2018,

2nd International Coccyx Pain Symposium, The Netherlands, 2018

Program Friday, June 29, 2018

08:00
Registration, coffee and tea
08:20
Welcome and introduction
Marijke Slieker- ten Hove, The Netherlands
08:30
Official opening by the mayor of Dordrecht, Mr. Wouter Kolff, The Netherlands

Anatomy and diagnostics of coccygodynia
08:35
Coccydynia in 1770. ‘State of the art’
Jean-Yves Maigne, Paris, France
08:50
Anatomy-neurology of the coccyxarea, what do(n’t) we know.
Jason Woon, New Zealand
09:45
Dynamic films. Technique and results. The different lesions of the coccyx.
Jean-Yves Maigne, Paris, France
10:00
Discussion

10:15 – 10:45
Coffee break

Different diagnostics in coccygodynia I
10:45
Clinical examination of the painful coccyx by the pelvic physiotherapist.
Sytske Lohof-Venema, The Netherlands
11:00
Contribution of ultrasound in the diagnosis, physiopathology.
Thibault Riant, Nantes, France
11:20
Chronic and anal pain and anorectal dyssynergia.
Grietje Vander Mijnsbrugge, The Netherlands
11:40
Pain while sitting, coccygodynia or something else?
Fetske Hogen Esch, The Netherlands
12:00
Discussion

12:30 – 14:00
Lunch break

Non surgical management of common coccydynia part I
14:00
Osteopathic treatment of coccydynia.
Annick van de Walle
14:15
Mobilisation of the Os coccyx (NIMOC).
Technique, results and additive therapy by the pelvic physiotherapist.
Sytske Lohof-Venema, The Netherlands
14:45
Manipulation for coccyx pain en pudendal neuralgia.
Michael Durtnall, London, UK
15:00
Coccygodynia ‘without trauma’
Effects of active celtherapy.
(2 case reports)
Marijke Slieker- ten Hove, The Netherlands
15:15
Influence of the feet on coccyx pain, clinical experiences
Vincent van Pelt, The Netherlands
15:30
Discussion

15:46 – 16:15
Tea break

Conservative management of common coccydynia part II
16:15
Patient selection for medication therapy.
Patrick Foye, Newark, New Jersey, USA
16:30
Ganglion Impar injection.
Patrick Foye, Newark, New Jersey, USA
16:45
Results of infiltration therapy for coccygodynia.
Thibault Riant, Nantes, France
17:00
Results of CT guided injections for coccydynia an update.
Elif Gurkan, Istanbul, Turkey
17:15
Botulinic toxin injections in coccygodynia.
Eric Bautrant, Aix-en-Provence, France
17:30
Discussion
18:00
End program of the day

19:30
Diner at the museum

Program Saturday, June 30, 2018

Surgical management of coccydynia
09:00
Overview of the surgical management of coccygodynia.
Levon Doursounian, Paris, France
09:15
Indications, follow-up and results of coccygectomy.
Levon Doursounian and Frederik Jacquot, Paris, France
09:30
Update on surgical technique.
Levon Doursounian and Frederik Jacquot, Paris, France
09:45
Management of surgical failure.
Jean-Yves Maigne and Levon Doursounian, Paris, France
10:00
Partial or Total Coccygectomia, Proposal for a Third Solution
Rainer Günter Knobloch,Trondheim, Norway
10:15
Discussion

10:30 – 11:00
Coffee break

Free (Case) presentations
11:00
Neuromodulation for coccyx pain.
Moein Tavakkoli Zadeh, London, UK
11:15
Coccydynia after childbirth, a neglected topic.
Jean-Yves Maigne, Paris, France
11:25
Patient reports of treatment effectiveness.
Jon Miles, Oxford, UK
11:45
Treatment of Coccydynia in Adolescents
Ante Kalstad, Trondheim, Norway
12:00
Multiple Sclerosis, experiences with Non Invasive Mobilisation of the Coccyx.
(case report)
Sytske Lohof- Venema, The Netherlands
12:15
What work needs to be done? First proposal for flowchart/protocol.
Chair: Grietje Vander Mijnsbrugge, The NetherlandsDiscussion table:

    • Jean-Yves Maigne, Paris, France
    • Jason Woon, New Zealand
    • Moein Tavakkoli Zadeh, London, UK
    • Jon Miles, Oxford, UK
    • Sytske Lohof- Venema, The Netherlands
    • Annick van der Walle, The Netherlands

Discussion


12:45
Closing remarks
13:00
End of the symposium
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