Physiotherapists working in aged care frequently have to manage people with Parkinson's disease (PD) and other movement disorders. This course will improve skills relevant to the assessment and treatment of these disorders.
It will cover recent research findings, new medication and other changes in PD management (eg, surgery) and their implications for physiotherapy practice.
This lecture will provide an overview on the physiotherapy role in the management of anorectal dysfunction. Carol will take you through the clinical assessment, clinical reasoning and treatment strategies for all kinds of bowel dysfunction, using a series of case studies. This lecture has a practical aspect which will provide you a quick guide on how to manage bowel dysfunction in a systematic way.
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Matt Forner has 12 years of experience working with the Queensland Workers Compensation system. He is a titled Occupational Health Physiotherapist.
Matt will discuss the compensable scheme and legislation, whilst providing practical advice on how to drive best outcomes for your patients. Topics covered include:
Contraversive pushing is a complex clinical syndrome occurring in people with central nervous system pathology, most commonly stroke.
This clinical reasoning forum will involve the presentation of case studies to a panel of clinical experts who will discuss approaches to management of this challenging phenomenon.
This event is a follow up to the contraversive pushing overview lecture presented on Wednesday 3rd June.
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Vestibular rehabilitation has evolved as a specialist area of clinical practice in rehabilitation as our understanding and awareness of the debilitating sequelae of dizziness and vestibular impairments increases.This course aims to provide an overview of vestibular anatomy and introduce clinicians to the assessment and treatment of individuals with vestibular dysfunction resulting in activity limitations and participation restrictions.