Networking Event

The complexities and nuances of the active female. Discussion and dinner



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Dine with colleagues and hear from invited speakers to discuss the unique considerations of providing treatment to the active female.

We welcome Dr Jane Taylor to reflect on the emerging research considering hormones in injury management, and their metabolic impacts in athletes. Physiotherapist Marika Hart will bring us the latest international guidelines for return to activity post pregnancy, discussing both the musculoskeletal and pelvic floor implications in the postnatal period and beyond.

Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with two Fremantle Dockers team members Kara Antonio and Janelle Cuthbertson, to give us their perspectives as elite athletes and their journey into professional sport..

Door prizes:

· Asics online vouchers
· Wine direct: 2 bottles of wine


Book a table with your colleagues or simply register yourself.

To book a table contact the WA office: t: 9389 9211 or e: wa.branch@australian.physio

Q&A Panel:

  • Kara Antonio - Captain Fremantle Dockers AFLW Team

Kara has been a star of women's football long before the AFLW competition kicked off, making a name for herself in the early exhibition games and playing junior football in the north of Melbourne and then moving to Perth in 2013. Antonio was named as a marquee, signed by the Fremantle Dockers in 2016 and since then has earned: All Australian Honors, won a players player award and polled in the top three for the club best and fairest on a couple of occasions. A born leader, she has been captain of the Dockers since the clubs AFLW inception, she was most recently awarded the 2019 emerging leader at the Women's Industry lunch and in 2018 was named a finalist in the WA Young Achiever Awards. Not only is Antonio a born leader, qualified secondary school teacher with SEDA College WA and coach in the making, having just recently completed her level three coaching course, she also plays an active role as part of the ABC Grandstand team providing special comments across the AFL men's season.

  • Janelle Cuthbertson - Fremantle Dockers AFLW Player, All Australian 2021 Season

Grew up playing tennis and soccer until deciding to focus attention on pursuing tennis and accepted a scholarship to represent Texas A&M University in their tennis team. Janelle completed a degree in Sport Management and was ranked in the top 200 in juniors and competed in the 2008 Junior Australian Open.

For the past 8 years Janelle have been working in the sporting industry holding various roles in State Sporting Association and state and local government focusing on high performance systems, pathways and community sport.
In 2019 Janelle decided to try a new challenge as an athlete to develop new skills and turned to AFL where in 2019 she was drafted by Fremantle Football Club in October 2019 after one season of football. Most recently in her second season in 2021 she made the AFLW All Australian team and finished third in the Fremantle Football Club best and fairest.


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Presenters

Dr Jane Taylor


Dr Taylor has a strong belief in exercise for health, which should be attainable by all no matter their ability. She is dedicated to keeping her patients active, whether starting from scratch or getting them race ready following injury.Jane has worked for a variety of Sports Teams including; • West Coast Eagles AFLW• West Coast Eagles WAFL (assistant doctor)• NRL Cronulla Sharks (assistant doctor)• U-20 Cronulla Sharks• NSWRL Manly Sea Eagles• Young Matildas (U-20)• Junior Matildas (U-16)• Subiaco Lions WAFL• East Perth WAFL (assistant doctor)• Young Socceroos (training camp doctor)Her clinical interests include Female athletes, Exercise prescription, Non-surgical management of osteoarthritis, Frozen Shoulder, Hypermobility and Ultrasound Guided in-clinic procedures

Marika Hart


Marika Hart holds a Masters Degree in Manual Therapy (2006) and is a titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist as awarded by the APA. She also has a post graduate certificate in Continence and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy from Curtin University (2019).She is a curriculum developer for Girls Gone Strong, a large international organisation that provides education and training for health and fitness professionals in the area of women's health and fitness. She is also a casual lecturer and clinical tutor on the post graduate Continence and Pelvic Health physiotherapy course at Curtin University on topics related to pre/postnatal health and wellbeing.Marika's experience and skills from her background in sports and musculoskeletal clinics enables her to provide a unique approach in the management of pelvic floor issues such as incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain. She is particularly passionate about helping people of all ages return to the physical activity and sport that they love.She is currently part of a research team looking into the beliefs and practice behaviours of health care professionals in the management of chronic pelvic pain.

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Friday
12 November
06:30PM - 09:40PM AWST
Ambrose Estate 200 The Blvd, Wembley Downs
Perth WA 6019 View map
Price: Non-Member: $100.00
APA Member: $80.00
1st Year Student: $65.00
2nd - 4th Year Student: $65.00
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Registration closing date: 07 Nov 2021 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 4.00 * Early bird prices close 4 weeks prior to the course start date
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Price: Non-Member: $100.00
APA Member: $80.00
1st Year Student: $65.00
2nd - 4th Year Student: $65.00
Distance Discount: $65.00
Registration closing date: 07 Nov 2021 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 4.00 * Early bird prices close 4 weeks prior to the course start date
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Presenters

Dr Jane Taylor


Dr Taylor has a strong belief in exercise for health, which should be attainable by all no matter their ability. She is dedicated to keeping her patients active, whether starting from scratch or getting them race ready following injury.Jane has worked for a variety of Sports Teams including; • West Coast Eagles AFLW• West Coast Eagles WAFL (assistant doctor)• NRL Cronulla Sharks (assistant doctor)• U-20 Cronulla Sharks• NSWRL Manly Sea Eagles• Young Matildas (U-20)• Junior Matildas (U-16)• Subiaco Lions WAFL• East Perth WAFL (assistant doctor)• Young Socceroos (training camp doctor)Her clinical interests include Female athletes, Exercise prescription, Non-surgical management of osteoarthritis, Frozen Shoulder, Hypermobility and Ultrasound Guided in-clinic procedures


Marika Hart


Marika Hart holds a Masters Degree in Manual Therapy (2006) and is a titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist as awarded by the APA. She also has a post graduate certificate in Continence and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy from Curtin University (2019).She is a curriculum developer for Girls Gone Strong, a large international organisation that provides education and training for health and fitness professionals in the area of women's health and fitness. She is also a casual lecturer and clinical tutor on the post graduate Continence and Pelvic Health physiotherapy course at Curtin University on topics related to pre/postnatal health and wellbeing.Marika's experience and skills from her background in sports and musculoskeletal clinics enables her to provide a unique approach in the management of pelvic floor issues such as incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain. She is particularly passionate about helping people of all ages return to the physical activity and sport that they love.She is currently part of a research team looking into the beliefs and practice behaviours of health care professionals in the management of chronic pelvic pain.


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