Webinar - Neurophysiotherapy - Minimising Brain Loss in MS: The Effect of Exercise
Monday 17 June 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm AEST
This webinar brings to you the latest evidence regarding the ability of exercise to potentially slow down the neurological decline in MS and influence remyelination. This webinar also highlights the staggering inactivity levels in MS and how to address these barriers to exercise. Presented by Gilly Davy, the founder of the MS Get a Head Start program and consulting neurological physiotherapist.
How exercise influences neurological protection in MS
Knowledge of the latest evidence regarding MS and exercise
Why interval training is the way forward in exercising with MS
With chronic pain the focus of treatment needs to be managing the pain, improving day-to-day function and quality of life. Dr. Malcolm Hogg is the Head of Pain Management Services at Royal Melbourne Hospital, and he will provide insights into how chronic pain is best managed by a multidisciplinary pain management plan.
• Understanding and appreciation of chronic pain and medications
•Better understanding of the role of behavioural and lifestyle strategies
•Knowledge of specific strategies proven to help the brain manage chronic pain
•Understanding of the bio-psycho-social approach to pain management
MS is a registered NDIS Provider
Refer your progressive neurological clients to us for pre-planning advice, NDIS education and delivery of NDIS services such as support co-ordination, physiotherapy, continence support, exercise physiology and occupational therapy.
Call MS Connect on 1800 042 138