This course is intended for physiotherapists working within the field of cardiorespiratory physiotherapy, wanting to further their knowledge and skills in best practice pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) for patients with chronic lung diseases, particularly chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Successful participation and completion of this course forms part of the framework for those wishing to pursue the CRPA Titling and specialisation pathway.
At the completion of this course and in combination with course notes, readings and self-directed learning, participants should be able to demonstrate more advanced skills in the provision of pulmonary rehabilitation, particularly patient assessment, exercise prescription and exercise training for people with chronic lung disease.
Join Jane Rooney, FACP, Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009) during a masterclass observation session in assessing and treating a live patient with a complex knee condition.
Participants will undertake a clinical reasoning form during the examination; participate in a Q&A session; and explore Jane Rooney's experienced clinical reasoning process, including differential diagnosis, treatment plans and prognosis.
This hour and half seminar is ideal for physiotherapists undertaking the APA Specialist or Titling training pathway, or physiotherapists wanting to improve their clinical reasoning and patient examination skills.
The masterclass is included in the full ‘The Acute Sporting Knee' course registration but can be purchased as an individual event.
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Physiotherapists are increasingly using dry needling for pain management and thereby improving function in conjunction with other physiotherapy approaches. This structured course meets the national APA and AHPRA recommendations for physiotherapists to practice dry needling safely for musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries.
The sound knowledge of indications and contraindications for dry needling requires appropriate assessment and treatment skills. This course is designed to provide physiotherapists an opportunity to improve knowledge and skills of dry needling, and make them aware of guidelines for safe dry needling practices in a range of musculoskeletal conditions.
The Dry Needling Physiotherapy Level 1 course consists of two separate parts:
A visual representation of the structure of this course can be found in this diagram.
This course will provide participants with the necessary knowledge and practical skills to successfully diagnose and treat sporting injuries of the hand, wrist and elbow. Practical components will include throwing analysis, elbow and wrist rehabilitation strategies as well as splinting techniques for the hand and fingers.
Michele Chim – Physiotherapist, Accredited Hand Therapist (AHT) (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association) is holding an 'ask me anything session' on common hand conditions seen in the perinatal period. How to assess for hand conditions such as De Quervain's and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? What are the most effective treatments and options for your patients?
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