REDUCED RATES for Congress!!!!!!

REDUCED RATES for Congress!!!!!!

SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

2ND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

REDUCED RATES DUE TO NEW SPONSOR-

SANDTON CONVENTION CENTRE

25 – 28 MAY 2005

The 2nd International Physiotherapy Congress will be held at the Sandton Convention
Centre from Wednesday 25 – Saturday, 28 May 2005. The new congress registration
rate is R 1 800-00.

Dr Rocabado will be presenting a workshop on Sunday, 29 May 2005 entitled “Upper
Cervical Spine Assessment: Syndromes & treatment and its’ relationship
to TMJ. For further information please contact .

The rest of the programme at a glance is as follows:

Thursday, 25 May 2005:

Keynote Addresses and Plenary Sessions:

- The Changing Role of Physiotherapy in South Africa - Nonceba Mbambo

- Human Rights and Ethics – Elisabeth Haase

- Management of Chronic Pain – Helgaard Meyer

Concurrent Sessions:

(invited speaker followed by paper presentations)

- Sports – Mr Michael Mabasa

- Public Health – Ms Monica Schlehmeyer

- Neurology – Ms Fredericke van Wiyk

Workshops:

- CPRG update – Netcare 911

- Drugs and Sports – Dr Dimitri Constantinou

- Reviewing for the journal – Professor Cielie Eales

- Treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction – Ms Hester van Aswegen

Friday, 26 May 2005:

Plenary Sessions:

- Family Intervention in Chronic Diseases – Professor Aimee Stewart

- Cardiopulmonary – Dr Monika Olsen

Concurrent Sessions & Panel Discussions:

- Neurology - Use of outcome measures in research

- Sports & Disability - Common injuries in disabled athletes and their
prevention

- Cardiopulmonary - Multidisciplinary approach to management of a patient in
ICU

Plenary Session:

- Evidence – Based Practice – Dr Ina Diener

Concurrent Workshops:

- CPRG – Monica Olsen

- Neurology – Fredericke van Wijk

- OMT – Mariano Rocabado

- Writing for Publication – Professor Cielie Eales

Saturday, 28 May 2005

Plenary Session:

- Burden of disease and HIV/Aids – Professor Jenny Jelsma

- HIV / AIDS in children – Joanne Potterton

- Sports – Professor Tim Noakes

Concurrent Session & Panel Discussion

- Occupational Health - Physical performance v/s work demands

- Education -

- Sports - Policy of selection into National Teams - criteria for fitness

- Musculoskeletal - Evidence-based physiotherapy practice in management of
pain

Other Speakers include:

- Mr Amos Masando (Mayor of Johannesburg)

- Ms Linda Hunter

- Dr Carina Eksteen

- Professor Coopoo

For further information log onto www.acitravel.co.za/sasp2005/ or contact our
congress organizer

Wendy Grootveld at Frontline PR on or Fax:

EMAIL:


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