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This introductory course aims to enhance the skills of clinicians in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the management of temporomandibular disorders (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 examination and treatment techniques. Throughout the course emphasis is placed on clinical reasoning to support management decisions of the TMD subsets and on how it directs evidence-based practice.
This forum will bring together four experts in neurological upper limb rehabiliation to discuss treatment options, approaches andideas.
The panelists represent clinical and research experts from Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.
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Concepts to be explored:- Exercise limitations in COPD & ILDs
Manual handling technique training has traditionally focussed on keeping your back straight and bending your knees, and research suggests that training alone is not successful. The presentation will review current state legislation, pull together recent information from other states, suggest theory topics to include, and propose possible variations for specific groups of workers.
***PLEASE NOTE: This face to face event is being held at APA SA Branch, 8/15 Fullarton Road, Kent Town. It is not being recorded or presented via zoom.***
In this live Lecture Clinical Psychologist Eloise Brake provides insight into the psychological experience of women experiencing birth trauma.
This event may also be of interest for Midwives and Doctors.
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VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT – 6.30pm AEDST• SA – 6.0pm