Formative Course for health professionals about the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, held at the University of París-Est-Créteil, France
Prof. Bravo is a member of an International Group of 83 physicians from 14 countries, all with different specialization areas, but all interested in the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Their objective is to update and/or reclassify the diagnostic criteria and treatment of the different Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes. During the year, ...
Participation in Medical Congress
Tour Eiffel Iluminated. Prof. Jaime Bravo presenting a poster of his work.
For the third consecutive year, Prof. Bravo was invited to participate in the III Ehlers-Danlos International Colloquium, held once again in Paris. On March the 24th, he coordinated the pre-Colloquium round table, and on the following day he participated in the Meeting and presented a poster showing his theory about the visual signs that permit to suspect the early diagnosis of EDS-III ...
American College of Rheumatology
Washington D.C., USA. November 12 -16, 2016.
Hipermobility Study Group, 2016
Prof. Bravo participated in the ACRs 2016 Annual Meeting held in Washington D.C. Once again the Joint Hypermobility Study Group came together, and Dr. Bravo, alongside Dr. Gall, were co-convenors. In this opportunity ......
II International Congress
Ehlers-Danlos and Hypermobility Syndrome
Barcelona Spain, October 7th and 8th, 2016
Inaugural table of the Congress, presided by Mrs. Josefa Lopez.
President of the Ehlers - Danlos and Hypermobility Syndrome Association (ANSEDH)
Recently, Prof. Bravo participated in the II International Congress about Ehlers - Danlos and Hypermobility, held in Barcelona, Spain. This time he presented a speech about the Examining a Joint Hypermobility Patient ...
Marco Castori Carolina Baeza-Velasco Jaime Bravo
Notre Dame, Paris, France
Prof. Bravo was invited to participate in the second Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome International Colloquium held at the Creteil University in Paris, France. In this opportunity he presented a poster explaining his Visual Aids for a better Diagnose of the Ehlers-Danlos type III Syndrome, where with the help of the pictures he has gathered during the last 17 years of study, he shows how vital the visual aid can be ... ....
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Dr. Bravo serves in his private office on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoons, and Friday mornings. Given his concern about Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and early diagnosis, Dr. Bravo now also sees hypermobile children from 5 years old.