11th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Girdle pain

1-4 November 2023 LBP

30 Internationally respected Keynote speakers, 10 parallel sessions and live poster presentations covering 10 main Topics:

Anatomy Biomechanics and Motor Control: Changes in motor control with low-back pain; causes, effects and clinical implications.
Moderators: Prof Andry Vleeming – Belgium, Prof Paul Hodges – Australia, Prof Jaap van Dieën – Netherlands.

Pelvic Girdle Pain- Worldwide prevalence, causes and up to date care
Moderators: Dr Britt Stuge Norway, Prof Annelie Gutke Sweden.

The Role of Fascia in lumbopelvic pain and stability
Moderators: Prof Robert Schleip – Germany, Prof Carla Stecco – Italy.

Primary Care: standards, management & implementation
Moderators: Prof Nadine Foster – Australia, Prof Bart Koes – Netherlands.

Behavioural & Cognitive Functional therapies
Moderators: Prof Lorimer Moseley & Prof Peter O’Sullivan – Australia.

Self Management & Lifestyle Interventions: What is the evidence
Moderators: Prof Jan Hartvigsen – Denmark, Prof Steven Kamper – Australia.

Lumbar Pain- One size does not fit all
Moderators: Prof Hanne Albert – Denmark, Dr Jon Ford – Australia.

Exercise interventions
Moderators: Prof Lieven Danneels – Belgium, Prof Linda van Dillen – USA.

Advances in Surgery
Moderators: Dr Bengt Sturesson – Sweden, Dr Thomas Kibsgård – Norway.

Advances in Technology
Moderators: Prof Paulo Ferreira, Prof Paul Hodges – Australia.


The scientific committee have enriched the program with International Keynote speakers respected in their fields. Together they will cover crucial topics relevant to researchers and clinicians alike. We have brought them all together under one roof (your welcome) World Congress Low Back and Pelvic Girdle Pain 2023 – this will be the program you definitely shouldn’t miss!

The congress will be accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Physicians may convert EACCME credits to an equivalent number of APA, OA and other membership credits

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