Clinical PD – Back Pain In The Workplace Hosted By Dr Lynn Bardin
Our next Melbourne PD is one that you won’t want to miss. The session will be hosted by Dr Lynn Bardin, a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who holds a Doctor of Clinical Physiotherapy degree from Melbourne University. In addition to dedicating many years to researching exercise prescription for back pain, Dr Lynn Bardin is a renowned academic teacher in this field.
Included in the session:
- Foundation lecture – Low back pain: clinical reasoning and diagnosis in the workplace
- Clinical examination in the workplace (interactive teaching and practice to include: pain, antalgic postures, movement dysfunction and diagnostic palpation of the lumbar spine)
- Shaping advice and exercise prescription in a patient-centred way (theory integrated with practice)
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Date: 9th July 2022
Time:8.30 – 11.30am
Location: Level 1/48 Cecil Street, Southbank
Cost: FREE for all Bodycare employees and contractors
MEET OUR PRESENTER
Dr Lynn Bardin is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist (Doctor of Clinical Physiotherapy degree, Melbourne University 2011). Exercise prescription for back pain was the research theme of her Master’s degree and is an ongoing major clinical focus. She has actively pursued research, academic teaching and clinical work in this field. Lynn lectures and tutors Anatomy at Melbourne University, is a freelance Clinical Educator and teaches Australian Physiotherapy Association accredited courses throughout Australia. Her commitment to academic physiotherapy is reflected in many conference presentations and peer-reviewed publications and in a passion to link research evidence, diagnostic accuracy and anatomy science to clinical practice.
Understanding pathology, neurology and pain science within the context of clinical assessment is integral to Lynn’s treatment approach. She utilises a variety of joint and soft tissue techniques, ergonomic education and dry needling (Western medicine acupuncture), however is singularly committed to the importance of exercise prescription specific to the patient’s problem.