An in-depth exploration into the interplay between the vestibular conditions of Meniere's Disease and Vestibular Migraine. Featuring a long-term case study of a client presenting to the vestibular service over a 5-year period - the assessment, the management and the key learnings!
An interactive presentation to guide the return to exercise in asymptomatic and symptomatic postnatal populations, in particular, Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Pelvic Pain, and Diastasis Rectus Abdominis.
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Following on from our first 'On the Couch' evening the Sports and Exercise Group brings you an evening with three highly experienced professionals from Australian Rules Football:
- Specialist Sports Physio Kevin Whitford (long time physio Adelaide Crows),
- Sports Physio Tim Cook (Adelaide Crows)
- Medical/Rehab Manager Daniel Buberis (Glenelg Football Club)
***PLEASE NOTE: This face to face event is being held at The Hotel Metropolitan, 46 Grote Street, Adelaide. It is not being recorded or presented via zoom.***
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This lecture focuses on the common musculoskeletal issues experienced by non-ambulant adults with cerebral palsy.
Topics covered include:
- Patterns of postural asymmetry resulting from lying positioning
- Secondary complications with a focus on pain and spasticity
- Measurement options inclusive of the Goldsmith Indices of Body Symmetry
- Benefits of a multidisciplinary approach
- Tips for NDIA AT application
- Case study encompassing listed topics
Carlee Holmes is the senior physiotherapist in the Young Adult Complex Disability Service (YACDS) at St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne and also works in private neurological practice. The YACDS is a transition service from paediatric to adult healthcare for young adults with complex medico physical disabilities including cerebral palsy.
Carlee has a particular interest in the measurement of postural asymmetry in non-ambulant adults with cerebral palsy and is currently completing a PhD investigating 'Assessment and Management of the common postural characteristics in young adults with Cerebral palsy'. She has also gained additional certification in Postural Care and Measurement of Body Symmetry.Carlee is a research associate for CP Achieve and involved in the consumer working group. She is also a member of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Lifespan committee.
Carlee has worked in spasticity clinics for both the general neurological population and for adults with cerebral palsy. She has also been involved in presenting a course on “Understanding Wheelchair Prescription” alongside conference workshops and presentations.
Carlee has several publications related to the measurement of postural asymmetry in adults with cerebral palsy. The translation of knowledge and research findings regarding the measurement and monitoring of postural asymmetry and the secondary consequences is a key focus area with the aim of educating clinicians and improving the lifespan care of adults living with complex disabilities.
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