Maike Truelsen is a high level Prosthetist/Orthotist (ISPO Cat.I) based in Heidelberg, Germany.
Her main specialty are Neuromuscular concepts in pediatrics. Design and manufacturing of custom made orthoses and prostheses including dynamic and high-end devices made of carbon fibers is part of her daily routines.
The management of spinal deformities with trunk braces, offering consultation to hospitals and therapy facilities as part of an inter-professional team is rounding up her high professional profile.
Maike has shared her expertise and skills with colleagues in many parts of the world, including Denmark, Norway and Australia.
2012 – Federal Academy of Orthopedic Technology (Meister-D /ISPO Cat.I)
2016 - Travelling Fellowship in France, Canada and America
Orthotist Prosthetist (National Council for Technical Education - Buenos Aires – Argentina) who currently lives in Barcelona, Spain.
He is currently P&O Director at Human Study e.V., with tremendous working experience at Ottobock Ibérica (Spain) and Handicap International (Prishtina, Kosovo), as well as clinical Orthotist and Prosthetist at the Institut Tècnic Ortopèdic (Barcelona, Spain).
Mr. Alvarez was P&O professor at the University of Buenos Aires and National University of General San Martín.
Michael Rexing was born in Germany in 1963, and after completion of his professional education he has been working at various university clinics.
He completed his higher education as Prosthetist/Orthotist (Meister-D) back in 1994.
After various management and leadership positions, he has run his own business for many years.
After completing his entrepreneurial activities, he continues the tradition of his father and is engaged in research and teaching in addition to his activities in pediatric orthopedics in Heidelberg and conservative scoliosis treatment in Bad Sobernheim.
Michael is a member of many professional associations and academies, co-founder of ISST International Scoliosis Schroth Therapy and lectures at home and abroad in the field of orthotic trunk orthotics and lower limb orthotics for neuromuscular diseases.
Prosthetics and Orthotics teacher and trainer. Nicolas is working in different contexts, with focus on programs in Syria, Egypt, Gaza, Tunisia, and Balkan region. Nicolas acts as a lecturer, clinical trainer as well as an examiner. He is teaching courses in lower and upper limb prosthetics and orthotics.
ISPO evaluator. (Eventually) Responsible for assessing a P&O training facility against the relevant ISPO education standards, and making recommendations as to how well the standard is met.
Romano Spoljarec Bachelor in P&O Mahidol University, CPO Cat I ISPO, is a Croatian Orthotist and Prosthetist.
He has significant working experience (24 years) in the spinal orthotic, custom made or prefabricated, works with CAD - CAM and plaster technic.
Mr. Spoljarec has acquired his knowledge at Don Bosco University (El Salvador) and Mahidol University (Thailand). His working experience includes working at “Bauerfeind” Zagreb and "Sophies Minde" Oslo.
He is an online lecturer at Human Study e.V., as well as on-site workshop trainer for the Cat II workshops.
Louise Puli BPO MAOPA MISPO, is an Australian Lecturer and Orthotist Prosthetist.
She qualified in Australia's La Trobe University, and has significant experience working with clients requiring spinal orthoses, both for acute injuries and for the management of musculoskeletal deformities like scoliosis.
She is a member of Australian Orthotic Prosthetic Association (AOPA) and International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO).
Currently, Ms. Puli works as the Sessional Lecturer in the second year subjects at La Trobe University, as well as Lecturer, Examiner and Curriculum Reviewer at Human Study e.V. She is also engaged by Australian Orthotic Prosthetic Association.
The fee includes all services covering the online tuition, clinical on-site workshop and follow-up period.
Course fees do not include necessary logistic costs such as travel, accommodation and per-diem of the participant to participate at the clinical onsite workshop.
For the clinical hands-on workshop onsite all consumable materials are inclusive the fee.
Modular components like feet, adapter, ankle/knee/hip - joints have to be provided by each participant individually.
Every course will communicate the exact details of the onsite venue and needed modular components.