Pain Science - translating best evidence into practice

On 28th of March 2019 at 6:30pm | Share on Facebook
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When: Thursday, 28 March, 2019 Where: Australian Podiatry Association, 20/450 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills Time: 6.30pm meet for a 7:00pm start to 8:30pm Course contact time: 1.5 hours (CPD 1.5 hours) AAPSM Members $20 | APodA Members $20 | Non-Members $40

Dr Skinner is a qualified physiotherapist with a special interest in complex pain conditions and practices out of Sydney’s Northern Pain Centre. Dr Skinner completed his PhD at Neuroscience Research Australia, investigating the factors that contribute to persistent, complex pain conditions. Dr Skinner is also a lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney teaching pain science. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to expand your knowledge in the fascinating area of pain science and how to make better clinical decisions based on best available evidence. Dr Skinner has a real passion for teaching and engaging with others relating to chronic pain. It’s sure to be an invaluable evening session for all those who treat chronic injuries and pain conditions in their clinic.

To find out more click the link below

https://www.podiatry.org.au/events/event/nsw-aapsm-pain-science-translating-best-evidence-into-practice