This series of three lectures aims to revise basic vestibular rehabilitation concepts in relation to the management of intractable vertigo in severe brain injury using case studies. Presenter information - Simon Mills, Marissa Sorich, and Megan Opie, senior physiotherapists from the statewide brain injury rehabilitation service at Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, have accredited training in vestibular rehabilitation with a wealth of knowledge in management of clients with brain injury and vestibular management.
In this evening lecture we will be exploring the following questions:
1. Visual development from birth: what is 'within normal limits'?
2. How to best assess for visual defects.
3. What are common pathologies we might see as paediatric physiotherapists?
Join experienced complementary therapies practitioner and researcher Chandrika Gibson as she shares the evidence, myths, risks and benefits of the use of complementary therapies as an adjunct to cancer treatment.
Cath Webster will be discussing the pathways into women's health physiotherapy, with a focus on the public healthcare system.
Alison Harding will be discussing the physiotherapy assessment and management of Chronic Pelvic Pain, including Vulvodynia and painful intercourse.
A Physiotherapists Role in Antenatal Education - From the 80's 'Active Birth' movement to present day influences such as 'Mindful Birthing' and 'Spinning Babies', what is the physiotherapist's role in today's antenatal education?
This lecture, presented by Sue Bulluss, who is an Adelaide trained physiotherapist who has worked exclusively in Women's Health roles both in the private & the public sectors since the birth of her first child in 1981.
She currently works part time at WCH where she is able to continue her passion for group work with women from many different cultures.
She is an active member of Childbirth & Parenting Educators Association of Australia.