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Chronic Pain In Paediatric Populations

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Blaise Doran is a physiotherapist within the multidisciplinary Children's Pain Management Centre at The Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne.

He will be presenting on: physical therapy approaches to assessing and treating chronic pain in children.

Outline:

- An overview of chronic pain in children
- Considerations for assessment
- Approaches for restoring physical function
- Case Study: paediatric chronic pain
- Clinical pathways for paediatric chronic pain management

About The Presenter

Blaise Doran, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Grad Dip Neuro Rehab, MSc Pain Management, is a physiotherapist and the clinical coordinator at the Children's Pain Management Centre within The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.

He was trained in the UK, and worked there for a couple of years undertaking rotational posts in the NHS.

He then started to specialise in neurology when he migrated to Australia some 13 years ago. He has worked in a variety of acute and long term settings, focusing on conditions such as stroke, SCI, MND and polio. For the last 6 years he has been working in paediatric chronic.

On Wednesday 25 September 2019 at 7:00pm

Location

Melbourne OsteoHealth
47 Elgin Street, Carlton, VIC 3053

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