This lecture will cover the assessment and treatment of BPPV, vestibular neuritis and differentiation of the acute vestibular presentation in ED.
There will be a focus on clinical reasoning and technique modification for patient pain and physical limitations.
This event is now FULL. Please contact the APA to be added to the waitlist.
This course will explore the theoretical and practical sides of managing sporting injuries with an emphasis on current research. Presented topics include shoulder, ankle and knee injuries with focus specifically on ligament, tendon and muscle. Participants will also gain information on acute onfield management and travelling with a sports team, as well as a large practical component on taping techniques. This course is a mandatory part of the experiential titling pathway in Sports Physiotherapy.
APA has partnered with ASCA to provide the Level 1 ASCA Strength and Conditioning Coaching Course, specifically adapted for sports physiotherapists. The ASCA coaching programs are registered with the National Coach Accreditation Scheme (NCAS), which is administered by the Australian Sports Commission and is recognised as an industry leader via international affiliates across the globe. The course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to understand, apply and design programs including basic training principles and variables to physically prepare beginner level athletes to improve their sports performance. This adapted course will be conducted over one full day and is only available to SPA members. Participants must attend the full 1 day course, and required further practical supervision post-course (30 hours) with an ASCA coach, to gain accreditation.
Course fee: $300.00
To register for this course, visit www.strengthandconditioning.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This evidence based course aims to enhance the clinical skills of physiotherapists in the management of TMD. It presents current concepts of the syndrome including pain mechanisms and resultant pathokinematics and reviews the validated classification system of TMD and its subsets.
The theoretical knowledge supports the evidence that underpins the rationale for the clinical tests used in differential diagnosis and facilitates an integrated and critical approach to management of the related structures.
The practical component of the course assists participants to develop analytical skills and to apply appropriate treatment techniques. Emphasis throughout is placed on clinical reasoning to support management decisions of the TMD subsets and on how it directs evidence-based practice.
Members tell us how much they value networking and sharing, but how they can be limited to quick catch-ups. So, this event will be dedicated to productive networking, speed date in style, and sharing.
Members tell us they are interested in being connected for a variety of purposes.
SPEED DATE NETWORKING: networking will be facilitated by rotating through concise conversations with different physios. Prompts will be provided for possible discussion pieces.
SNIPPET SHARING: members have so much to share with each other, and so little time. Snippet sharing in presentation style enables us to learn about a variety of topics and consider them further. This also enables interested members to practice or demonstrate their presenting skills in a safe space!