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Lecture

Managing Fatigue and Dysautonomia in the context of Hypermobility and Long Covid

Fatigue is a symptom seen across most fields of Physiotherapy. We know fatigue can be multi-faceted, but those working with hypermobility see the various causes and effects every day. Explore with us the lessons learned from hypermobility and invisible illness, and their application to people across the lifespan, suffering from fatigue, including post exertional malaise or dysautonomia. Adolescence is a common time for these symptoms to escalate leading to significant impacts on the lives of young people. Long Covid may be a new phenomenon, but it is a presentation we have seen for decades. Rather than starting from scratch, we can leverage lessons learned in managing ME/CFS, Autonomic Dysregulation Syndromes and Pain Sensitisation.

Please note: This is a live webinar. Login instructions including link details will be sent to registrants the day before the event. If login instructions are not received (please check your inbox as well as junk/spam folders) by close of business the day before the lecture, please contact us on samanta.lestavel@australian.physio

VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT – 7.30pm AEDST
SA – 7.00pm
QLD - 6.30pm
NT – 6.00pm
WA – 4.30pm

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Presenters

Jacqui Main


Jacqui Main is an Exercise Physiologist and owns her own business, Dizzy hEDS & Co. in Melbourne, specialising in the treatment of invisible illnesses including complex Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD) and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), ME/CFS, Autonomic Dysregulation Syndromes (OI&POTS), Pain Syndromes, and Long-COVID. Living with the conditions herself, this has driven her passion to advocate and support those on a similar pathway and the expansion of her specialised knowledge. Jacqui has undertaken multiple EDS ECHO courses and she has presented at the Global Learning Conference in Arizona on Hormones and Hypermobility in August 2022 and presenting again in August 2023 in Dublin on the topic of Finding comfort at school or the workplace for people with EDS & HSD.

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Tuesday
21 March
07:30PM - 08:30PM AEDT

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Price: Non-Member: $50.00
APA Member: $30.00
Sports and Exercise group: $0.00
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Registration closing date: 19 Mar 2023 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 1.00
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Price: Non-Member: $50.00
APA Member: $30.00
Sports and Exercise group: $0.00
Paediatric group: $0.00
Occupational Health group: $0.00
Students: $0.00
Registration closing date: 19 Mar 2023 Event status: Closed CPD hours: 1.00 Your registration status:
Presenters

Jacqui Main


Jacqui Main is an Exercise Physiologist and owns her own business, Dizzy hEDS & Co. in Melbourne, specialising in the treatment of invisible illnesses including complex Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder (HSD) and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), ME/CFS, Autonomic Dysregulation Syndromes (OI&POTS), Pain Syndromes, and Long-COVID. Living with the conditions herself, this has driven her passion to advocate and support those on a similar pathway and the expansion of her specialised knowledge. Jacqui has undertaken multiple EDS ECHO courses and she has presented at the Global Learning Conference in Arizona on Hormones and Hypermobility in August 2022 and presenting again in August 2023 in Dublin on the topic of Finding comfort at school or the workplace for people with EDS & HSD.


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