FUTURE SURGERY 2020 – SURGERY CONFERENCE

Longdom Conferences provide the platform to speakers and offer delegates the opportunity to share their ideas and network. We are pleased to welcome you to attend and associate with us at Current and Future Trends in Surgery  conference on April 27-28 2020 in New York, USA.

Future Surgery 2020  mainly focuses on the theme “Innovation in the field of Future Surgery” guided by a line-up of expert speakers, the agenda will address some of the major issues related to Surgeries, to ensure that the public receives the best possible care and can look forward to a bright future.

Future Surgery 2020 foresees over 150-200 participants from 7 continents with revolutionary subjects, discussions, and expositions. This will be excellent viability for the researchers, students and the delegates from Universities and Institutes to intermingle with the world-class Scientists, speakers, technicians, technical Practitioners and Industry Professionals working in the related field. 

Our Mission:

  • To provide the best platform where various ideas can be shared and information can be discussed.
  • To conduct conferences annually in each and every field of life science in various parts of the world to target maximum audiences.
  • To conduct outstanding events with our hard work.
  • To create some value in the whole world.

Our Vision:

  • To work as a team with effective dedication and prove ourselves as the best company for an outstanding conference Organizer.

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Dr. Gordon Slater

Dr. Slater is one of the first foot and ankle surgeons in Australia to adopt minimally invasive surgical techniques. He routinely uses MIS to treat a range of conditions, including bunions.

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Dr Gordon Slater is a highly-skilled surgeon specialising in foot and ankle conditions and sports injuries. Dr Slater is one of the first foot and ankle surgeons in Australia to adopt minimally invasive surgical techniques. He routinely uses MIS to treat a range of conditions, including bunions. MIS  has many advantages including shorter operating times, reduced post-operative pain, reduced risk of infection, minimal scarring and better cosmetic outcomes.

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