Dr. Bailie has been invited to speak at the BIT 4th Annual World Congress of Orthopedics in Taiyuan, China in September 2017. He was also asked to Chair the session on SPORTS MEDICINE AND ARTHROSCOPY. This session consists of lectures by Orthopedic surgeons from around the world on diagnosis and treatment of sports related injuries. More than 1000 attendees from across the globe participate.

BIT’s 4th Annual World Congress of Orthopaedics-2017 (WCORT-2017), hosted by Shanxi Medical Association, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Shanxi Medical University, operated by BIT Group Global Ltd., will feature three days of world-leading plenary lectures, cutting-edge symposia, high-quality oral communications, and lively poster sessions, which will be held from September 22-24, 2017 in Taiyuan, China. WCORT-2017 aims to produce a modern, cutting-edge and friendly environment for uninhibited scientific exchange, and offers a great opportunity for orthopaedic physicians, clinicians and scientists, at any stage in their career, to present, develop their own technique, research, and network with other experts. The conference program covers a wide range of topics in orthopaedics area. And we are expecting the participation of experts from various cross disciplines like Spine, Trauma, Joint Surgery, Sports Medicine, Pediatric Orthopaedics, Bone Tumor, Plastic Surgery, Basic Orthopaedics etc., and other healthcare professionals, innovators, entrepreneurs, industrial leaders, government agencies, and policy makers.

Taiyuan, as an over 2500 years old city, is the capital and largest city of Shanxi province in North China. Its strategic location and rich history make Taiyuan one of the economic, political, military, and cultural centers of Northern China, located in the middle reaches of the Yellow River in North China and surrounded by hills in its west, north and east. Taiyuan benefits from convenient public transport systems as the city is the province’s transportation hub. Rich history endowed Taiyuan with an abundance of historical relics, such as Jinci Temple built in North Wei Dynasty which includes Zhou cypresses, Never Aging Spring, and the Lady’s-maid Statue of Song Dynasty; Tianlongshan Grottoes, a good place to appreciate the artistic charm of the Chinese grottos; Longshan Grotto, the biggest and best well-preserved Taoism grotto complex in Yuan Dynasty; the symbols of Taiyuan, Twin Pagoda Temple; Chongshan Temple, which houses a eleven-face Kwan-yin with thousands of hands and eyes, and Shanxi Museum, which exhibits the rare bronze goblets of the Yin Dynasty.