2017 Tas Branch Forum - Retraining for Optimal Performance

The 2017 Annual Forum welcomes Trish Wisbey-Roth, FACP, as its keynote speaker. 

Trish will present "Getting the most from your rehab programs: retraining Neurotags and Virtual Body for optimal recovery". 

As the research battle between a rehabilitation focus on functional and biological factors as opposed to psychosocial and environmental factors continues, many Physiotherapists are left feeling overwhelmed and unsure how to achieve the best long term results for their patients with evidence based practice.

 The aim of this presentation is to condense the varied and complex research on mind and body rehabilitation and suggest some clinical, structured and functional strategies to incorporate into rehab programs to build confidence in movement and positively influence Neurotags via neuroplasticity principles. 

The forum program will also showcase a range of local speakers and presentations.


About the keynote presenter
Trish Wisbey-Roth is a Sydney based Clinical physiotherapist with both a Post graduate sports physiotherapy masters (AIS/UC) and Specialisation qualifications. She completed her Sports physiotherapy specialisation in 2009 (speciality lumbo-pelvic and hip conditions) and has been involved with Australian sporting teams at the National, World Championship and Olympic level. 

Trish lectures internationally in the areas of diagnosis and rehabilitation of lumbar-pelvic and hip regions with emphasis on differential diagnosis, manual treatment and exercise prescription. She continues to work clinically and is the Director of “Take Control” Active Rehabilitation in Sydney, a Specialised spinal and sport rehabilitation centre. Her ability to combine extensive clinical experience, and knowledge of strategies to overcome spinal pain, led her to create the BOUNCE Back system of active rehabilitation for group and one on one rehab (www.bounceback.physio). 

In April 2014 Trish’s first book was published to empower the individual to take positive steps to overcome low back and neck pain. “The Back Pain personal health plan: Bounce back edition at (http://www.findbounceback.com).

Other highlights not to be missed:
  • Running Tall - Gait modification training.  Matt Lancaster, Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2015); Director, Allcare Physiotherapy
  • Optimising elite performance - movement change in two days.  Kellie Wilkie, APA Sports Physiotherapist; Director, BODYSYSTEM Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy and abdominal surgery: saving lives, saving dollars. Ianthe Boden, Cardiorespiratory Clinical Team Leader, Launceston General Hospital
  • Optimal performance in the workplace.  Scott Willis, APAM; Co-director Coastal Physiotherapy
  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the Tasmanian public sector: conservative care of osteoarthritis. Dave Jovic, APAM. Clinical Lead- Physiotherapist Musculoskeletal, Tasmanian Health Services – Northern Region, Launceston General Hospital
  • Physiotherapy capacity building in developing countries. Jenny Ball, Certified Hand Therapist USA and UK, Life Member AHTA; Jennifer Ball Hand and Upper Limb Physiotherapy; Senior Physiotherapist Royal Hobart Hospital

Delegates will have the opportunity to view the trade exhibition during breaks and network with colleagues from all corners of the State.

Date 20 May 2017
Time 9.00 am-5.00 pm

Registrations close 12 May 2017

Major sponsor:

20/05/2017 - 20/05/2017
The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania
Marieville Esplanade
Sandy Bay, TAS

Program


Saturday, 20 May 2017

 
APA member $95.00,
APA Graduate members $55.00,
Non-APA $200.00
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
20/05/2017 9:00 AM

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