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Credential Update and Seminar Days 2019
23 - 24 August 2019

The Upper 2 inches - Head and Neck symptoms

The New Zealand Branch is excited to bring you a fun-filled, dynamic, interactive programme at our annual educational event on Friday 23rd August for the Credential Update Day and Saturday 24th August for the Seminar Day.

The focus of the 2 days will be on 'MDT and the top 2 inches', focusing on head and neck symptom presentations. Presentations, problem solving, practical workshops, and case studies, will allow plenty of time for open discussion. We will be nutting out screening the cervical spine versus clearing the cervical spine and lateral thinking will be required to know when to extend beyond sagittal procedures. As always, practising perfect techniques will keep you at top performance. Register for the Credential Update day and/or the Seminar Update Day now so you don't miss out.

SPECIAL STUDENT OFFER - LIMITED TO THE FIRST 15 STUDENTS. ATTEND OUR SEMINAR DAY FOR THE LOW PRICE OF $50. PLEASE INDICATED ON THE REGISTRATION FORM THAT YOU ARE A CURRENT STUDENT AND WE WILL INVOICE YOU WITH THE SPECIAL STUDENT RATE.

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Details

Date and time

23 - 24 August 2019

Fees

Both days (member) : $450.00
Both days (non member) : $550.00
Credential Update Day only 23rd August (members) : $250.00
Credential Update Day only 23rd August (non members) : $300.00
Seminar Day only 24th August (members) : $250.00
Seminar Day only 24th August (non members) : $300.00

Additional information

The Credential Update Day, on Friday 23rd August includes presentations, practice and discussion on neck and shoulder issues and headaches with Grant Watson, Marg Campbell and Greg Lynch, all highly accomplished MINZ tutors.
For the Seminar Day, Saturday 24th August, we welcome no fewer than 4 guest speakers! Carole Rogers, director of Third Age Physio, who brings over 30 years of training to present a workshop on dizziness/vertigo. We will also have presentations and discussion on concussion in sports with guest speaker Dr Theo Dorfling, who specialises in sports medicine, working with the Hurricanes rugby team and the New Zealand School of Dance among others. Dr Ewan Kennedy and Stuart Horton are also joining us from the University of Otago School of Physiotherapy where they have both been heavily involved in clinical research regarding the effect of concussion on neck symptoms.
Registration for both days is from 8.30am with workshops kicking off from 9am.
Friday @5 drinks and nibbles will also be taking place at the Backbencher's Back Bar

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Venue and address

Victoria University, Pipitea Campus

Address

Victoria University, Pipitea Campus
Lambton Quay
Wellington
New Zealand