Sun, 11 Apr | Axis Sports Medicine, North Shore

Let's demystify concussion: Targeted management for persistent concussion symptoms

Learn some clinical pearls about the sensory systems (vestibular, visual, cervical spine) to take straight into practice the next day.
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Let's demystify concussion: Targeted management for persistent concussion symptoms

Time & Location

11 Apr, 8:40 am – 4:00 pm
Axis Sports Medicine, North Shore, 212 Wairau Rd, Wairau Valley, Auckland 0627, New Zealand

About the Event

Continuing on from her popular workshop series' in 2019 and 2020, Katherine Forch presents a hands on, full day workshop for health professionals. The workshops are designed to be as practical as possible, with plenty of time for questions and clinical scenarios, and are suitable for clinicians with limited experience with concussion clients.

Issues with the sensory systems are associated with a significantly increased risk of a prolonged recovery post concussion. Best practice of these injuries should involve targeted management of issues specific to your client. This workshop highlights assessment and treatment of the vestibular and visual systems, and the cervical spine, and how dysfunction of these sensory systems can contribute to an increase in symptom load. 

  • Improve your knowledge of how to manage these types of clients with a logical assessment plan, and how to design an effective rehabilitation strategy
  • Learn to problem solve and trouble shoot tricky cases, and be confident with progressions

Cost $285 (incl GST) - includes full catering for the day (tea/coffee, morning and afternoon tea, lunch), a workbook, an oculomotor rehabilitation 'starter pack', and exemplar handouts for you to customise. 

100% of previous workshop attendees answered that they would 'recommend this workshop to a colleague or friend'.

Please make payment at the time of your registration to Inner Level Limited (12-3023-0019592-00).

Your place will be confirmed when payment is received.

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