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    Cervical Spine Course - Practical Solutions for Complex Neck Problems


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    Dr Kieran Richardson and Dr Taishi Ezaki are running a Cervical Spine 2-day workshop in Hobart on June 29th/30th covering: ·

    • Non-surgical and surgical management of neck and neck-arm pain disorders
    • Manual therapy techniques for the neck and neck-arm
    • Evidence-based motor control strategies
    • Differential diagnosis of headache disorders and dizziness
    • Red flag pathology in the cervical spine
    • Assessment and management of whiplash injuries
    • Simplifying TMJ disorders
    • Clinical reasoning in the complex cervical spine patient

    The course will be research-bound with evidence-informed application, with practical, postgraduate-level strategies you can use with patients immediately!

    About:

    Dr. Kieran Richardson is a Specialist Physiotherapist and the Director of Global Specialist Physiotherapy, a consultancy company of expert clinicians, researchers and educators providing formal mentoring, second opinions for complex patient presentations and professional development.

    He consults at a number of physiotherapy practices locally, as well as nationally and internationally. He has special interest in evidence-based, non-surgical management of musculoskeletal conditions and recognition of these strategies within the Physiotherapy profession, as well as interprofessionally and to the general public.

    He regularly runs training tutorials and workshops on neck and neck-arm pain, cervical dizziness, manual therapy for the neck and evidence-based exercise strategies for this body area. He also conducts second opinions of patients with unremitting signs and symptoms for clinicians and clinics.

    Dr. Taishi Ezaki is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who works as a clinical leader in the Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Screening Clinics at Cairns Hospital. In this role Taishi provides specialist opinion to patients with complex spinal and peripheral joint pain awaiting surgical opinion. He has a special interest in the non-operative management of spinal conditions and the indications for a surgical opinion.

    Taishi regularly provides education and clinical training for experienced physiotherapists completing advanced musculoskeletal training within Queensland Health and also post-graduate students completing Musculoskeletal Masters degree’s. He also consults part-time in private practice reviewing complex patients and runs educational lectures on various musculoskeletal topics for private clinics

    Course testimonials and feedback:

    Thanks for the course this weekend, it was great to review clinical skills and add to my toolbox. I found the content really useful and am looking forward to implementing some of the skills we reviewed into my clinical practice.

    Easy to follow, lots of variations of techniques, appliable, sensible, covering all relevant aspects. Will start utilising from tomorrow. Thank you for the great course!

    Really enjoyed red flags section. Really enjoyed WAD section. Great that we did practical components. Great catering and frequent breaks

    “I really enjoyed this workshop! Lots of time to practice practical skills which is refreshing from recent courses which have been very literature heavy.”

    “Easy to follow, lots of variations of techniques, applicable, sensible, covering all relevant aspects. Will start utilising from tomorrow. Thank you for the great course!”

    “I really enjoyed the course from the content to the level of evidence and to the take-home messages that I can immediately apply to practices straightaway. Very helpful! If you can bring any of this PD courses, like the planned lumbar course, to Melbourne at some point, it would be great."


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