Balance & Motor Control 
 Advanced clinical reasoning in Neurological & Vestibular Rehabilitation (2-days)
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B&MC blends together the best bits of movement neuroscience, neuroplasticity, motor control theory, musculoskeletal, vestibular and neuro-rehabilitation knowledge – and applies it to human balance! We know that balance is fundamental to human motor behaviour and performance. This unique course draws upon a diverse selection of information from neuroscientific and clinical evidence to provide advanced clinical reasoning for clinicians working in any area neuro & vestibular rehabilitation. Associate Professor James McLoughlin is passionate about providing practical information that is both relevant and entertaining. This advanced clinical reasoning course allows participants to explore a deeper level of knowledge on balance and motor control to develop rehabilitation plans for complex cases in areas of vestibular & neurological rehabilitation. The course includes practical demonstrations, assessments & plenty++ of treatment ideas!

 

On Saturday 7th July and Sunday 8th July 9am to 4pm.

  • $770 (inc GST) per person. Includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea for both days.
  • EARLY BIRD PRICE - $670 - Book and pay before 29th June 2018.
  • Location

  • Neurological Rehabilitation Group

  • Third floor, Suite 8, 205-211 Forster Rd, Mt Waverley VIC 3149

  • Contact Details

    James McLoughlin 08 8363 0458 admin@neurophysiotherapy.com.au

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