19 - 22 May 2026 OTWorld
12/12/2023 OTWorld

Save Money and Stay Up-To-Date With Our Early-Bird Discount

Tickets for OTWorld 2024 go on sale in the online shop from January 2024. Benefit from generous discounts and ensure you stay up-to-date with the early-bird price for participation at the world congress. For young professionals, it is also worth getting on board early. Tickets for the Youth.Academy TO are available at a reduced price as well.

In January 2024, the OTWorld ticket shop will open and the 2024 world congress programme will be available for you to select the programme items that interest you. The discounted early-bird price for full and day tickets for the World Congress will be available until 31 March 2024. Purchasing your ticket early will not only save you money but is also a valuable investment in continuing professional development for your staff. The same is true for young professionals, who can ensure their position at the forefront of knowledge and gain valuable professional networking opportunities by participating in the Youth.Academy TO.

From keynotes and symposia to hands-on workshops and open submissions, the congress programme offers a varied mix of content geared towards the entire care team. Whether you are a prosthetist, an orthotist, an orthopaedic footwear technician, a therapist, a doctor or work for a medical supply retailer – for the first time, the 2024 World Congress will offer further education for everyone involved in the provision of orthopaedic treatment and care.

More than 300 speakers from all over the world will present current studies and examples of best practices from Germany and abroad. The central focus is always on sharing experiences at a personal level. In 2024, the world's largest congress for technical orthopaedics will have a special focus on paediatric/adolescent and neuro-orthopaedics. This is a topic close to the hearts of our two congress presidents, Prof Thomas Wirth and Dipl-Ing Ingo Pfefferkorn. Other highlights of the World Congress include keynotes on the topics of AI in human-robot interactions and sustainable materials in orthopaedic technology as well as the out-of-the-box keynote on the topic of happiness.

Leipziger Messe, Martin Klindtworth
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