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International Symposium Portugal

Fascination compression therapy - aspects & current perspectives in phlebology and lymphology

25.05.2019 - Ílhavo, Portugal

Dear Sir or Madam, 
The subjects of phlebology and lymphology cover a large interdisciplinary  and interprofessional field, from early detection to  diagnostics and therapy. In the course of our event, we would like to  look at these areas from different perspectives. 

You can expect top-class presentations and practical demonstrations  with a focus on medicine, therapy and ideal treatments. There will also be a plenty of time for individual questions and discussions. 

Let us use this platform to openly exchange ideas, update standards  and gain insights into the latest scientific and therapeutic findings. 

Sincerely yours, 

Prof. Dr. Frederico Bastos Gonçalves, MD, PhD, FEBVS 
Scientific Lead

All information at a glance

Place

Montebelo Vista Alegre Ílhavo Hotel
Rua dos Alámos, 
3830-292 Ílhavo – Portugal 
www.montebelohotels.com

Scientific manager

  • Prof. Dr. Frederico Bastos Gonçalves MD, PhD, FEBVS

 

Organiser

Julius Zorn GmbH
Juzo Academy
Juliusplatz 1
86551 Aichach, Germany

Conference office

Julius Zorn GmbH
Juzo Academy
Mrs. Dace Zanker
Tel. +49 (0)8251 901 406
E-Mail dace.zanker@juzo.de

Byms
Mrs. Cristina Freitas
Tel. +351 933 955 850
E-Mail cristina.freitas@byms.pt

Date/time

25th May 2019
10:00 am - 06:30 pm
Dinner starts from 08:00 pm
 

Dinner

We invite you to join our celebration 
"30 Years Juzo in Portugal" at the Montebelo Vista Alegre Ílhavo Hotel
Rua dos Alámos, 
3830-292 Ílhavo – Portugal 

Please indicate whether or not you would like to attend when registering for the symposium.
 

Registration fee

  • € 61,00 excluding VAT

 

We ask you to refrain from photo and video recordings. Thank you.

All organisational information and the invoice will be sent to you with your confirmation.

Speakers

Dr. João Abrantes Martins

Specialist in Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Senior Attending Physician at Hospital de Santa Marta, Clinical Supervisor of Centre of Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Lisbon, Portugal

Dra. Maria Teresa Amaral

Department Director of MFR (Physical and 
Rehabilitation Medicine) of IPOLFG (Portuguese Institute of Oncology of Lisbon), Senior Attending Physician, Lisbon, Portugal

Fernando Antoniotti

Medical device consultant for the edema 
treatment, Julius Zorn GmbH, Aichach, Germany

Prof. Dr. Frederico Bastos Gonçalves, 
MD,PhD, FEBVS

General Secretary of SPACV (Portuguese 
Society of Angiology and Vascular Surgery), 
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Lisbon, Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Central, Vascular Surgery Department, Lisbon, Portugal

Dott. Roberto  Brambilla

Supervisor of Centro di Vulnologia Istituti Clinici Zucchi, Monza, Italy

Dr. Diogo Cunha e Sá

Specialist in Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Director of the Angiology and Vascular Surgery 
Department at Hospital Beatriz Ângelo 
Loures, Portugal

Henrique Dias

Physiotherapist of the Escola Superior de Saúde do Alcoitão, Juzo Representative in Portugal 
Julius Zorn GmbH, Aichach, Germany

Nuno Duarte, 
PT, MSC, PhD

Coordinating Physiotherapist of the Department of SMFR of IPOLFG, Coordinating Professor invited by the Escola Superior de Saúde do Alcoitão, Representative of the Leduc Method in Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal

Dr. Álvaro Pratas Balhau

General Surgeon, Angiology and Vascular 
Surgery, Director of the General Surgery 
Department of Hospital de Santa Maria Maior, Coordinator of the Chapter of Vascular Surgery of the Portuguese Surgery Society 
Barcelos, Portugal

Chieh-Han John Tzou, Assoc.-Prof. 
MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Private Clinic in Hospital Rudolfinerhaus, Vienna, Austria

Prim. Dr. Christian Ure

Specialist in Internal Medicine and Angiology, Head of Department, Lymphclinic Wolfsberg at LKH Wolfsberg, Rehabilitation Clinic for Lymphangiology, Wolfsberg, Austria

Impressions from the International Symposium Portugal