Chronic Ankle Instability Unpacked with Dr Claire Hiller - SYDNEY

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Saturday August 12 9am - 12pm Australian Podiatry Association NSW&ACT, 20/450 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

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In this Saturday morning session AAPSM has invited Dr Claire Hiller, Physiotherapy post-doctoral Research Fellow at Sydney University to present the first of her two main areas that her current work focusses on. This session will be on 'Chronic Ankle Instability Unpacked'.

Course Outline:

· What is Chronic ankle instability?

· Who gets it and why?

· My patient has CAI-what options are there for treatment?

· What’s the evidence about using orthotics in this condition?

· What else could it be if CAI doesn’t fit?

About the Presenter:

Claire Hiller is a physiotherapist with over 25 years experience, mainly in private practice and dance injury management. Claire received her PhD in 2008 for work in chronic ankle instability and continued in this field with a Post-doctoral Fellowship. She now manages the Musculoskeletal Health Theme at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney, and continues her work in CAI. She is a committee member of the International Ankle Consortium, which has recently published a number of position statements in the area of CAI in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.the first of her two main areas that her current work focusses on. This session will be on 'Chronic Ankle Instability Unpacked'.

Course Outline:

· What is Chronic ankle instability?

· Who gets it and why?

· My patient has CAI-what options are there for treatment?

· What’s the evidence about using orthotics in this condition?

· What else could it be if CAI doesn’t fit?

About the Presenter:

Claire Hiller is a physiotherapist with over 25 years experience, mainly in private practice and dance injury management. Claire received her PhD in 2008 for work in chronic ankle instability and continued in this field with a Post-doctoral Fellowship. She now manages the Musculoskeletal Health Theme at the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney, and continues her work in CAI. She is a committee member of the International Ankle Consortium, which has recently published a number of position statements in the area of CAI in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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