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THRIVE Virtual Series 2022 - Tendinopathy

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You don't have to miss out on the THRIVE experience! THRIVE Virtual Series brings selected presentations from THRIVE Conference to you live online. Running on Wednesday evenings over 12 weeks, the program will cover a broad range of topics, delivered by expert speakers. Each session will include multiple presentations.

Tendinopathy

1) Symposium Theme: From mechanisms to management: an evidence informed approach for lateral elbow tendinopathy

a) Time to task failure with low-load isometric contraction – a useful metric in individuals with lateral elbow tendinopathy. Presented by Brooke Coombes

b) The prognostic value of somatosensory, psychological and comorbid pain features in persistent lateral elbow tendinopathy: a 1-year prognostic study. Presented by Viana Vuvan

c) Effects of prolotherapy injections and physiotherapy in improving sensory characteristics in people with chronic lateral elbow tendinopathy. Presented by Leanne Bisset

2) Physio's not going to repair a torn tendon: patient decision-making related to surgery for rotator cuff related shoulder pain. Presented by Peter Malliaras

3) Stubborn tendon pain: why? Presented by Bill Vicenzino

4) How do plyometrics prepare the plantarflexor musculotendon complex for the demands of running? Presented by Danielle Trowell

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All THRIVE Virtual Series sessions begin at the following times:

• VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT, QLD – 7.00pm AEST
• SA, NT – 6.30pm
• WA – 5.00pm

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Presenters

Brooke Coombes


Dr Brooke Coombes is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and has published over 40 peer reviewed publications since completing her PhD in 2013. Her work is published in The Lancet and JAMA. Her research focuses on understanding the biopsychosocial factors that predict persistence of pain or physical impairments in people with musculoskeletal disorders, such as tendinopathy, and chronic diseases including type 2 diabetes and obesity. She leads clinical trials to study the mechanisms and efficacy of exercise and physiotherapy interventions in clinical populations. Recently, her research has explored the effects of novel adjuncts to exercise prescription, including e-health and virtual reality.

Viana Vuvan


Dr Viana Vuvan is a titled musculoskeletal physiotherapist and lecturer at The University of Queensland. Viana has a special interest in the management of elbow conditions, with her PhD research investigating the mechanisms underlying tennis elbow and its management. Viana teaches into the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy program at the University of Queensland.

Leanne Bisset


Leanne specialises in the assessment and management of patients presenting with complex elbow injuries. Leanne is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal physiotherapist, with a PhD which investigated different treatment approaches for patients with tennis elbow. She has published over 60 papers and regularly presents her work at national and international conferences as well as at international workshops. In addition, Leanne is an Associate Professor and Discipline Lead in Physiotherapy at Griffith University and teaches into the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programs.

Peter Malliaras


Peter Malliaras is a physiotherapist and researcher from Melbourne, Australia specializing in tendinopathy. In 2006 he completed his PhD in tendinopathy identifying novel risk factors, and since has undertaken post doctoral research in the UK and Australia, and has co-authored over 70 peer review publications. Currently, he is an Associate Professor at Monash University Physiotherapy Department and involved in multiple tendinopathy research projects and groups in Australia and internationally. Peter maintains a strong clinical focus, specializing in difficult tendinopathy cases and regularly consults to elite athletes.

Guglielmo Vicenzino


Bill Vicenzino holds a Chair in Sports Physiotherapy, is the Director of the Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal and Sports) program, and is the Director of the Sports Injuries Rehabilitation and Prevention for Health research Unit at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia. Bill completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1980) at the University of Queensland, where he also obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (2000). He completed his Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy (Distinction, 1984) and Master of Science (1992) at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. Bill's research focusses on physical interventions for musculoskeletal pain and injury. His main focus is on conditions that tend towards persistence, such as tendinopathy of the elbow, hip, knee, and heel; knee cap pain (patellofemoral pain); and ankle injuries. Bill has advised 32 PhD and 2 MPhil students to graduation since 2000 and has over 400 publications and over 100 keynote and invited presentations internationally relating to his research and teaching subject areas. He will present from his clinical research findings in context of others and the issues confronting the clinician.

Danielle Trowell


Danielle is an Associate Lecturer within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University and Lead Biomechanist in Athletics at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Danielle recently completed her PhD at Deakin University. Her PhD investigated the biomechanics and adaptations of strength training exercises in distance runners. Her research focuses on the biomechanics of distance runners in relation to injury and performance.

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Presenters

Brooke Coombes


Dr Brooke Coombes is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and has published over 40 peer reviewed publications since completing her PhD in 2013. Her work is published in The Lancet and JAMA. Her research focuses on understanding the biopsychosocial factors that predict persistence of pain or physical impairments in people with musculoskeletal disorders, such as tendinopathy, and chronic diseases including type 2 diabetes and obesity. She leads clinical trials to study the mechanisms and efficacy of exercise and physiotherapy interventions in clinical populations. Recently, her research has explored the effects of novel adjuncts to exercise prescription, including e-health and virtual reality.


Viana Vuvan


Dr Viana Vuvan is a titled musculoskeletal physiotherapist and lecturer at The University of Queensland. Viana has a special interest in the management of elbow conditions, with her PhD research investigating the mechanisms underlying tennis elbow and its management. Viana teaches into the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy program at the University of Queensland.


Leanne Bisset


Leanne specialises in the assessment and management of patients presenting with complex elbow injuries. Leanne is an APA Titled Musculoskeletal physiotherapist, with a PhD which investigated different treatment approaches for patients with tennis elbow. She has published over 60 papers and regularly presents her work at national and international conferences as well as at international workshops. In addition, Leanne is an Associate Professor and Discipline Lead in Physiotherapy at Griffith University and teaches into the undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programs.


Peter Malliaras


Peter Malliaras is a physiotherapist and researcher from Melbourne, Australia specializing in tendinopathy. In 2006 he completed his PhD in tendinopathy identifying novel risk factors, and since has undertaken post doctoral research in the UK and Australia, and has co-authored over 70 peer review publications. Currently, he is an Associate Professor at Monash University Physiotherapy Department and involved in multiple tendinopathy research projects and groups in Australia and internationally. Peter maintains a strong clinical focus, specializing in difficult tendinopathy cases and regularly consults to elite athletes.


Guglielmo Vicenzino


Bill Vicenzino holds a Chair in Sports Physiotherapy, is the Director of the Masters of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal and Sports) program, and is the Director of the Sports Injuries Rehabilitation and Prevention for Health research Unit at the University of Queensland, in Brisbane, Australia. Bill completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1980) at the University of Queensland, where he also obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (2000). He completed his Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy (Distinction, 1984) and Master of Science (1992) at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. Bill's research focusses on physical interventions for musculoskeletal pain and injury. His main focus is on conditions that tend towards persistence, such as tendinopathy of the elbow, hip, knee, and heel; knee cap pain (patellofemoral pain); and ankle injuries. Bill has advised 32 PhD and 2 MPhil students to graduation since 2000 and has over 400 publications and over 100 keynote and invited presentations internationally relating to his research and teaching subject areas. He will present from his clinical research findings in context of others and the issues confronting the clinician.


Danielle Trowell


Danielle is an Associate Lecturer within the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University and Lead Biomechanist in Athletics at the Victorian Institute of Sport. Danielle recently completed her PhD at Deakin University. Her PhD investigated the biomechanics and adaptations of strength training exercises in distance runners. Her research focuses on the biomechanics of distance runners in relation to injury and performance.


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