Together with our partners, we are proud to bring you the 2023 Myotherapy Conference; Elevating Myotherapy. Join us as we celebrate the myotherapy profession, and bring you a range of excellent speakers and presenters as they bring you industry leading learnings across multiple specialities.
Our conference is returning to an in-person event, this year held at the exclusive Sheraton Hotel on Little Collins street, Melbourne, this event will be recorded and edited into a single video.
Your ticket includes; Password protected access to a video recording of all presentations for approx. 6 months.
This years line-up includes Keynote speaker, Dr Jay P Shah, MD, as well as renowned local and international speakers;
Each of our talented speakers will assist you in elevating your practice, knowledge and patient treatment techniques.
Please note that this years conference recording will NOT BE AVAILABLE live and will be sent through approx. 3 weeks post the event taking place.
Jay P. Shah, MD is a physiatrist and clinical investigator in the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland USA. His interests include the pathophysiology of myofascial pain and the integration of physical medicine techniques with promising complementary approaches in the management of neuro-musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. He also completed the UCLA Medical Acupuncture course and a two-year Bravewell Fellowship at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
Bodine is a soft tissue therapist, senior educator and assistant director for Advanced Clinical Education. Bodine has been practicing in both private practice and with local state and national level sport over the past 12 years. He has developed a special interest in chronic pain disorders particularly in the lumbar spine, hip and shoulder.
Wayne Rodgers is a sports and exercise physiotherapist, functional strength coach and highly experienced course presenter with over 30 years of clinical experience. he has been a sports physiotherapist for several national and international sports teams including the Australian Netball team and the Australian Commonwealth Games team.
Joanne Elphinston is a movement philosopher, performance consultant and international lecturer in rehabilitation. From her wide ranging work in elite sport and the performing arts, to her continued clinical interest in chronic and complex presentations, Joanne’s path of inquiry lies in what connects us in the deeply human experience of movement.
Joanne is the creator of the JEMS approach, a holistic but meticulously clinically reasoned method for integrating the science and the art of clinical practice. Through two decades of prolific teaching across multiple countries, Joanne’s work is now used by clinical practitioners in a wide array of settings, and has underpinned an array of research projects in Sweden.
Courtney is a pelvic health physiotherapist based in Brisbane. She works full time at a specialist women’s health physiotherapy practice, All Women’s Health, where she enjoys treating a variety of concerns including incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain. Courtney is passionate about raising awareness of pelvic health issues and working alongside other health professionals to optimise patient outcomes.
Wellness educator and therapist of 30 years. Graduate Certificate Higher Education Teaching, B.H.Sc. – Myotherapy, Dip. Meditation & Mindfulness Teacher, Dip. Life Coaching, Dip. Breathwork. Dip. Remedial Massage, Dip. Sport Nutrition, Certificate Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Shiatsu. Life Member – Massage & Myotherapy Australia, Member – International Mindfulness & Meditation Alliance.
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