17.02.2017 - 18.02.2017 Emirates Osteopathic Conference
Welcome to the 1st Emirates Osteopathic Conference.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend the Emirates Osteopathic Conference. The conference will be held on 17th and 18th February 2017 in Dubai and it is the first osteopathic conference to be held in the Middle East.

"Osteopathy across the Life Span" as the conference theme reflects the broadness of osteopathic practice from the care of infants to the care of the elderly. Invited keynote presentations and workshops and poster presentations will provide a platform, not only for discussing existing knowledge and innovative osteopathic interventions, but also to find new ideas and ways of research in the field of osteopathy. This conference will be of interest to osteopaths, physiotherapists and other healthcare practitioners involved in patient care. We also invite medical professionals and healthcare regulators to attend this conference in order to understand osteopathy and its role in patient care.

Osteopathy has been practised in Dubai for over 30 years, and is rapidly gaining popularity as a healthcare profession. Dubai is fast developing as a hub for medical tourism in the MENA region and osteopathy plays an important role in patient care.

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Dubai Attractions

If you are visiting Dubai, UAE, for the conference and have some time on your hands, don't miss the opportunity to have a few more spectacular experiences! While Dubai is known as a hub for shopping and adventure, there are also various places you can visit in order to catch a glimpse of the local culture and heritage. A few of these delightful places are listed here for the benefit of conference participants.

  • Al Bastakiya

    Al Bastakiya is a quarter in Al Fahidi, a historical neighbourhood, parts of which have been preserved and restored by Dubai Municipality.

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  • Majlis Gallery

    This is Dubai's oldest art gallery, which was founded in 1989 by an expatriate, Alison Collins. Majlis means 'meeting place' and it has served as one for some of the best local, regional and international artists.

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  • Al Shindagha

    Another old and historic area of Dubai is Al Shindagha, with its main attraction Al Shindagha museum, which was the home of Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai, from 1912 – 1958.

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  • Dhow Cruise

    Traditional sailing vessels in the Arab region are known as 'dhow'. Dhow Cruise dinner is a unique concept for tourists, who can enjoy Arabic and international feast, while sailing on Dubai Creek and watching some panoramic views of Dubai under the moonlight.

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  • Musandam Dibba, Oman

    If you love nature and beaches, and want to convert this trip into a semi-holiday, you can also venture out of Dubai to visit Musandam Dibba in neighbouring country Oman.

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