This event was held at the SCU’s gold coast campus Wetlab and ran on the 1st of November 2014

 

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 Event Description (Please note this is a previous event ! )

 

 

 

Would you like to advance your anatomy knowledge while earning your CPD hours?

Do you find that after a few years of clinical experience that you have developed some burning questions about human anatomy?

AMSN invites you to participate in a multi-professional focused, professional development experience in Australia’s newest and best appointed human specimen anatomy laboratory. It is located at the SCU’s wetlab on the Gold Coast within walking distance of the Gold Coast airport.

The workshops are designed for professionals with a focus on neuro-musculo-skeletal care (such as Chiropractors, Exercise Physiologists, Medical Practitioners Occupational Therapists, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Registered Nurses and others).

The program includes theory and practice in a fast pace day of presentations and hands on anatomical experience in the specimen laboratory.

For more detailed information click on the Register Button Below

The workshops Curriculum has been developed by Paul Orrock (RN, Osteopath and Naturopath, Senior Lecturer and Founder of the Osteopath program at SCU) and will be delivered by

Julie Streckfuss (Osteopath and Senior Lecturer, SCU)

Rudi Gerhardt (Osteopath and SCU Staff )

Understand or reintroduce yourself to the relationship between muscular and neurological structures in the spine and Pelvis.

Develop or redevelop advanced skills in neuro-musculoskeletal assessment of the Spine and Pelvis.

Review: Peripheral nerve assessment; the presentation of some common pathologies of the spine and pelvis; examination of the vascular supply of the spine and pelvis, important functional anatomical features of the spine and Pelvis, knowledge of the relationship of soft tissue to biomechanics of the spine and hips.

Physically examine: Articular features (DJD); muscular attachments and fibre direction; connective tissue planes – relationship to mechanics; variants Lumbo-Sacral plexus; sympathetic ganglia and spinal nerves.

The workshops are limited to 40 enrollments due to OH&S regulations.

This workshop is suitable for allied health and general practitioners and will also be good opportunity for networking and obtaining CPD hours.

This workshop has been assessed by COCA as 5 formal CPD hours. For other professions please consult your relevant AHPRA board.