QLD Special Interest Group - APRIL 2021
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We invite you to join the AHTA and Sally Hess BPhty PhD MACP at the Queensland Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting on Frozen shoulder: understanding the condition and improving management.
Frozen shoulder remains an enigma for the medical profession. Physiotherapy offers a unique environment for us to educate and enable patients to exercise more freely. Research of the condition is demonstrating beneficial effects on pain, physical function and quality of life. Understanding and evaluating the effects frozen shoulder has on our clients allows us the opportunity to better manage patients to improve outcomes and satisfaction.
This seminar is hosted by the QLD (SIG) and will be available as a webinar for interstate members or those that are unable to attend in person. If you are unable to attend the seminar and webinar at the scheduled time, the webinar will be available in the AHTA member webinar library following the event.
Where: Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Physiotherapy Department, Level 2, Ned Hanlon Building.
Paid parking is available on-site at Metro Parking.
Free side street parking is available however please leave extra time to walk to the venue.
Date: Thursday 22nd April 2021
Time: 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm AEST
Register: By midday Wednesday 21st April 2021
Price: FREE for Members; $40 for Non-Members
About the Presenter:
Sally Hess BPhty PhD MACP
Sally is an APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist with over 30 years experience. She graduated in 1986 from the University of Queensland and was awarded her PhD in Physiotherapy in 2007. She has worked extensively in many areas of the profession, including lecturing at the University of Queensland to undergraduates and post graduates and clinically in private practice and in the public system consulting on the management of shoulder pathology. She has worked with many sporting teams and athletes. While working at the University of Queensland she developed a keen interest in the sporting shoulder, completing her PhD investigating muscle activation in the painful shoulder. Currently she works clinically as a consultant on the shoulder at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and in private practice at Target Physio, while continuing to conduct post graduate courses and lectures. She has a passion for educating and has a keen interest in current research on the shoulder and exercise prescription to enhance treatment methods with her patients, incorporating hydrotherapy and exercise prescription in a home and gym setting.