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Schedule

Below you’ll find the summit schedule, speakers, topics and synopses.

All times are shown in Singapore Standard Time (SST).

(Do note the Calendar links work only on desktops or laptops, it only opens up the Calendar on phones.)

Check out the fun quiz at bottom of page to see which presentations are most suitable for you!

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Day 1 - Saturday, August 7 

  • 10am Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Lee Joon Loong, EIMS Primary Care Physician, Paddington Medical

    • ​Topic: Everyone tells me to exercise, I’m already doing some exercise, but is it enough for me?

    • Synopsis: Learn how much exercise is required to keep diseases like high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes away. It’s much less than what you expect!

  • 11am Singapore Time - Calendar Link​

    • Dr Lee Yian Ping, Interventional Cardiologist​

    • Topic: Sudden Cardiac Death during Exercise - How can I avoid this?

    • Synopsis: Know of someone who collapsed during sporting events like triathlons, marathons, or even IPPT? If you are in your late 30s to 60s, are you sure that your heart can take it, especially during moderate to vigorous exercise?

  • 12pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Chong Chee KeongGeneral Surgeon, Breast Surgeon, Intensive Care Specialist, Maven Surgery

    • Topics: 

      • 1. Groin pain after exercise? What can it be, is it serious?

      • 2. I lift weights and I have a lump in my groin, what can it be?

    • Synopsis: Hernias, what are they? Have you ever experienced pain in the groin after exercise? Learn about inguinal and sportsmen hernia from the expert. 

  • 1pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Tan Yung KhanUrologist, Urohealth Medical Clinic

    • Topic: Erectile dysfunction after exercise, truth or myth?

    • Synopsis: Tough time getting it up after working out? Learn the hard truths from the expert!

  • 2pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Zhang Huipei, Family Physician, Paddington Medical

    • Topic: Breathlessness during Exercise, When is it serious? When do I need to see a doctor about this?

    • Synopsis: Everyone gets breathless during moderate to vigorous exercise. But when is it serious? Is it asthma? Or is it something more dangerous?

Day 2 - Sunday, August 8

  • 10am Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Ms Mok Ying Rong, Principal Physiotherapist, Maison Private Home Physiotherapy

    • Topic: Running into your Golden Age

    • Synopsis:

      • 1. Myths of running

      • 2. Main causes of running injuries

      • 3. Tips to prevent injuries

  • 11am Singapore Time - Calendar Link​

    • Dr Adrian Lau, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hip and Knee Orthopaedics

    • Topic: Osteoarthritis of the Knee: What can I do and When do I need Surgery?

    • Synopsis: Find out the latest treatments available for osteoarthritis of the knee, updates on non surgical treatment and signs to look out for to suggest worsening of condition, as well as a brief discussion on knee replacements.

  • 12pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Tan Sok Chuen, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hip and Knee Orthopaedics

    • Topic: Meniscus and Cartilage Injuries: what are they and how do we fix them.

    • Synopsis: Find out what is the difference between cartilage and meniscus tears. When should one suspect such injuries and seek treatment? What are the treatment options available should one be diagnosed with such conditions?

  • 1pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Mr Md Salaudin Adam (Donn), Fitness Specialist, Personal Trainer

    • Topic: I’m not as young as I was in my 20s, somehow I’m getting injured more and my recovery seems slower. Is there anything I can do to reduce the injury rates and boost my recovery time?

    • Synopsis: If you have crossed the big 35, you might have already experienced slower recovery times, and be more injury prone. Learn more from a Fitness Specialist on how possibly to reduce the chances of getting injured, and possibly boost your recovery time.

  • 2pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Mr Muhd Fadhli, Senior Physiotherapist, The Rehab Lab, Sports and Spine Physiotherapy Clinic

    • Topic: Is Working From Home #WFH Causing You Back or Neck Pain?

    • Synopsis: 

      • 1. Main causes of back and neck pain

      • 2. Number 1 mistake people make when they have pain

      • 3. Tips to help/prevent pain today

      • Quick 2-minute work day exercise routine

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Day 3 - Monday, August 9

  • 10am Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Mr Shawn Quck, EIMS – CFP, Nutrition & Exercise Specialist, NE Specialist

    • Topic: Nutritional Supplements - Ugly Truth

    • Synopsis: Learn the Ugly Truth behind the Nutritional Supplements industry that is worth billions of dollars which you may be contributing continuously.

  • 11am Singapore Time - Calendar Link​

    • Dr Lee Joon Loong, EIMS Primary Care Physician, Paddington Medical

    • Topic: High Cholesterol - What is the best treatment for this? What kind of Exercise should I be doing? Diet, Exercise or Both? 

    • Synopsis: High Cholesterol levels shouldn’t stop you from exercising. In fact, you should be doing more exercise. But how much more is needed?

  • 12pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Mr Danny TeoEIMS – CFP, Nutrition & Exercise Specialist, NE Specialist

    • Topic: Trends in Nutrition: Plant-based diet

    • Synopsis: Find pro and cons in getting into a plant-based diet

  • 1pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Dr Edgar Tay, Interventional Cardiologist, Asian Heart and Vascular Centre

    • Topic: Structural heart disease: can exercise and diet improve quality and quantity of life?

    • Synopsis: If you have existing heart disease, learn from a cardiologist how diet & exercise can help improve one’s quality and quantity of life and perhaps reduce progression of cardiac disease.

  • 2pm Singapore Time - Calendar Link

    • Mr Calvin NgEIMS – CFP, Nutrition & Exercise Specialist, NE Specialist & Dr Lee Joon LoongEIMS Primary Care Physician, Paddington Medical

    • Topic: I’m in my 40s, 50s and 60s, is HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) suitable for me?

    • Synopsis: Find out the science behind HIIT and how it can possibly reverse ageing through guided exercise prescription. How can I do it safely, especially if I have existing medical conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels or diabetes?