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MENTAL HEALTH AND CRISIS SUPPORT

Date:  Sun 19/01/2020, 9.00am – 5.00pm AEDT 

Location:  St. John’s First Aid, 6/310 King St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Duration: 1 Day, Course Outline:

  • What is mental health?
  • What is a mental health crisis
  • Duty of care
  • Principles of crisis intervention
  • Recognising and responding to signs of a person who may be at risk   READ MORE

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Movement Optimisation, Performance & Efficiency

Date:         Sunday 23/02/2020, 9:00am–1:00pm

Location:   Crossfit Metal Therapy, Unit 29, 640-680 Geelong Rd, Brooklyn, VIC 3025

Exercise Prescription Strategies For The Myotherapist

Workshop (4hrs)

  • Introduction "for those who may be looking to develop their confidence in introducing exercise into their clinical setting"
  • Basic principles to get started with exercise prescription
  • Region/movement pattern: symptom modifiers, regressions & progressions, movement optimisation and application of fundamental strength patterns.
  • Movement patterns covered in this workshop include:
  • Squat
  • Pull
  • Practical workshopping and troubleshooting + discussion
  • Case studies x 2 integrating each movement pattern in typical clinical presentations that the myotherapist would encounter.

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MASTERING SHOULDERS: SIMPLIFYING THE COMPLEX
(Shepparton)

Date:         Sat 14/03/2020, 9:00 am – Sun 15/03/2020, 5:00 pm AEDT

Location:   FIX Muscle Performance, 116-124 Corio St, Shepparton, Vic 3630

A very popular physical therapy course, which has been specifically developed for all physiotherapists, osteopaths, myotherapists and manual therapists who are keen to discover highly effective strategies for successfully assessing and treating shoulder dysfunctions.

Participants will be exploring a fully systematic approach to shoulder management which significantly helps “de-mystify” shoulder problems.

All of Wayne Rodgers’ courses integrate many years of clinical experience and reasoning with the latest in scientific evidence, allowing all participants to discover effective strategies for success. The delivery format is very interactive with a significant percentage (about 80%) of every course dedicated to mastering practical assessments and treatment skills. This course runs for 14 hours over 2 days.    READ MORE

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Dry Needling - Fundamentals, Clinical Reasoning and Advanced Applications
- Nathan McKeown

Date:         Sun. 22 March 2020, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm AEDT

Location:  SSNT (tbc), 25 Victoria St, Fitzroy, VIC 3065

This one day dry needling workshop is designed to refresh and extend knowledge. It focuses on clinical reasoning of technique application. Throughout the day, clinical reasoning of dry needling application will be discussed in the context of different presenting scenarios. These will include both chronic pain, movement deficit and acute injury models.

In this workshop participants will investigate approaching muscles from different angles and using different body positions for the client, sharpen the thought process underpinning their choice of technique and increase confidence in needling the more "challenging" of locations.  READ MORE

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CADAVER WET LAB
Melbourne University

Date:            Wed., 15 April 2020, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Location:      Melbourne University, Medical Building 181, Cnr Grattan Street and Royal Parade, Carlton, Victoria 3053

This workshop enables privileged access to Melbourne University's “Topographical Anatomy Laboratory" (“Wet Lab”), Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology.

This is a “hands on” learning opportunity to study the soft and hard body tissues of human cadavers (prosections) to improve your understanding and knowledge of the human body.

Past participants describe deep and long lasting educational results, with some participants repeating the experience numerous times.  READ MORE

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Joint Mobilisation - Lower Limb and Lumbar Spine

Date:           Sun, 3 May 2020, 8.00am – 12.00pm

Location:     SSNT, 25 Victoria St, Fitzroy, VIC 3065

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE DISCOUNTED PRICE WHEN YOU ATTEND BOTH UPPER AND LOWER MOBILISATION WORKSHOPS – 

1 Full Day of outstanding learning opportunity

Joint articulation is a foundational Osteopathic hands-on technique, and Matthew is looking forward to being able to deliver a course that expresses the indications for, benefits of and practical application of joint articulation in clinical practice.

This course will be a comprehensive overview of the therapeutic modality of joint articulation in both theory and practical application. This course will deliver:

  • An overview of the relevant research regarding articulation as a manual therapy technique
  • A brief overview of current proposed mechanisms of joint articulation in practice
  • Possible indications and contraindications to articulation and joint mobilisation

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Joint Mobilisation - Upper Limb, Thoracic Spine & Cervical Spine

Date:           Sun, 3 May 2020, 2.30pm – 6.30pm

Location:     SSNT, 25 Victoria St, Fitzroy, VIC 3065 

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE DISCOUNTED PRICE WHEN YOU ATTEND BOTH UPPER AND LOWER MOBILISATION WORKSHOPS – 

1 Full Day of outstanding learning opportunity

Articulation techniques in modern Manual Therapy practice

This course will be a comprehensive overview of the therapeutic modality of joint articulation in both theory and practical application. This course will deliver:

  • An overview of the relevant research regarding articulation as a manual therapy technique
  • A brief overview of current proposed mechanisms of joint articulation in practice
  • Possible indications and contraindications to articulation and joint mobilisation
  • Practical application of joint articulation techniques of the upper limb, thoracic spine and cervical spine

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MA NATIONAL MYOTHERAPY CONFERENCE 2020
Melbourne

Date:            Sun, 17 May 2020, 8:45 am – 5:30 pm

Location:      William Angliss, 555 Latrobe Street, Building A, Level 5, Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Welcome to the MA National Conference 2020

We are excited to bring to you yet again, another stellar line-up of presenters here at Melbourne's William Angliss Conference Centre.

Knowledge is Power - Stand out from the crowd

In previous years, MA have been proud to host this annual event and provide our delegates an opportunity to hear and learn from some of the best in their field; 2020 is no exception. Over the years our team at MA have ensured they listen to your feedback following events such as the National Conference and have worked tirelessly to develop a program that delivers on those expectations.  READ MORE

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Strength & Conditioning Principles for Rehab Professionals - Geelong

Date:          Sat 13/06/2020, 9:00 am – Sun 14/06/2020, 5:00 pm AEST

Location:   Geelong Physical Therapy Centre, 1/102 Balliang St, South Geelong, VIC 3220

Learning outcomes:

To develop the knowledge and competency to effectively and efficiently create personalised, tailored and progressive exercise programs for pain rehabilitation based on your everyday clinical processes. You will learn how to achieve this using strength and conditioning principles and methods within a biopsychosocial framework. Included in this workshop are the program design templates that we use daily in our practice to allow for immediate implementation using the systems.

About the Presenter:

Carey Wheeler has been in the health and fitness industry since 2003. He started as a personal trainer and then moved into strength and conditioning before beginning studies in Clinical Myotherapy at SSNT in 2006. READ MORE

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Mental Health and Crisis Support - Shepparton

Date:           Sun, 28 June 2020, 9.00pm – 5.00pm

Location:     Fix Muscle Performance, 116-124 Corio St, Shepparton, VIC 3630

Mental Health and Crisis Support

Duration: 1 Day

Course Outline:

  • What is mental health?
  • What is a mental health crisis
  • Duty of care
  • Principles of crisis intervention
  • Recognising and responding to signs of a person who may be at risk
  • Providing support to people at risk
  • Where to go for assistance
  • Principles of self care

Statement(s) of attainment:

  • CHCCCS019 Recognise and respond to crisis situations

Assessment Information:

A successful outcome for this statement of attainment will be determined by a range of different assessment methods including written assessment (questionnaire), observation of simulated and practical activities etc.

Pre-requisites:

Complete First Aid for Mental Health E-Learning module

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Contact Us

200 Alexandra Parade FITZROY VIC AUSTRALIA 3065

PHONE 03 9418 3913

FAX 03 9418 3931

[email protected]

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