Deadline for Abstract Submission:
20 October 2021 31 October 2021
Deadline for Early-Bird Registration:
20 October 2021 27 October 2021


Dr. Stanley LAM
Private Practice
Hong Kong

Dr. Lam is a musculoskeletal, sports and pain physician. He is a Clinical Associate Professor (Hon) in the FM department of CUHK, and he is the President of the Hong Kong Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine, and the MSKUS Asia-Pacific. He is the (Hon)Consultant of the Taiwan Association of Prolotherapy and Regenerative Medicine and also the Center for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, Wan Fang Hospital, Taipei Medical University.

Dr. Lam has RMSK and POCUS (MSK-Tissues) credentials in USA and awarded RMSK Pioneer Certificate in 2012. He has passed certifications in CIPS and FIPP by the World Institute of Pain(WIP) in 2017. He has been a teaching-faculty and Examiner of WIP since 2018.

Dr. Lam has delivered numerous international lectures and hands-on workshops in the following topics: “US-guided hydrodissection of nerves”; “Dynamic MSKUS Scanning of Joints and Nerves”; “US-Guided Spine Injection”; and “Regenerative medicine for managing sports injury, musculoskeletal and chronic pain”.

Regenerative Injection Therapy for Common Neuromusculoskeletal Pain

Neuromusculoskeletal Pain due to degenerations, sports injuries, occupational hazards and chronic neuropathic pain are common in clinical practice, current treatments to these neuromusculoskeletal pain disorders are often less satisfactory.

Regenerative injection therapy (RIT) are emerging and gaining popularity around the world. RIT includes those using hypertonic glucose, to biologics e.g. platelet rich plasma and bone marrow aspirate concentrate.

Current evidences about the usage of these RIT methods will be briefly reviewed. Methods and effective way of RIT to common neuromusculoskeletal pain problems will be introduced, especially the knee, hip, elbow, cervical spine and lumbosacral spine.

After the lectures, audiences will understand the effective way of RIT to neuromusculoskeletal degenerative disorders: 1. Correct diagnosis, really examine the patients but not just looking at the images. 2. Don’t just treat the pain or chase the pain. Think about biotensegrity, and treat the root causes of the pain. 3. Use guidance to do the RIT as much as possible. 4. Hydrodissect/ Block the nerve supplying the area treated with RIT. 5. Treat the whole person but not only the pain.