This half-day practical course extends beyond the basic knowledge covered in the OHPA Level 1 course.
The course is a 50/50 mix of discussion and practical work and covers:
- Practical skills in preparing for and conducting Office ergonomic assessments
- The risks involved in sedentary work and how best to manage that risk at an individual and organisational level
- Report writing skills
- How to use our Physiotherapy knowledge to get an edge in this competitive field
Stephanie and Rachel will be presenting on common causes and differential diagnoses for non-idiopathic toe walking, including relevant assessment and management options for consideration.Rachel is one of the two Rachel Thomas' who work at Queensland Children's Hospital! This Rachel has been with the Queensland Paediatric Rehabilitation Service since 2006, working predominantly with children with cerebral palsy and their families. Stephanie Manning is a physiotherapist,also working at the Queensland Children's Hospital. Her area of interest is Orthopaedic Paediatrics, with a focus on management of children with foot anomalies. Stephanie is Ponseti trained.
More detail to come
Please note: This is a live webinar. Login instructions including link details will be sent to registrants on the day of the event. If login instructions are not received by midday on the day of the lecture, contact us on email@example.com
This lecture will cover the latest research and its clinical implications on the following topics. What are the associations between strength and activity after Stroke, specifically - the strength of the affected leg and walk speed after Stroke? How is this impacted by level of disability? How do we increase strength after Stroke across all grades of strength?
The SA Branch Council is excited to announce that our biannual State Physiotherapy Symposium is, at this stage, going ahead later this year.
We will be travelling ‘Back to the Brain' as the theme this time around. It will be a day of exploring how important the brain is in all aspects of physical rehabilitation – motivation/ language/positive thinking/neuroplasticity and bio-psychosocial influences.
Speakers not to missed include: Lorimer Moseley, Tash Stanton, Bek Smith and Dr Allan Cyna.
Plus panel discussions such as Angela Potter, Annabel Tolfts and Shannon Cheary looking at Functional Neurological Disorders.
Our breakout sessions cater for a range of interest areas – from virtual reality, hypnosis, vestibular impairment to pelvic pain and mental health
Most importantly we are planning this to be a day of celebration, relief and opportunity for SA physios to reconnect and catch-up face to face. We will make it a fun day!