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Exploring the Osteopathy and Exercise Physiology Relationship

Exploring the Osteopathy and Exercise Physiology Relationship
  • Webinar
  • Clinical Course
CPD 1.5
Cost
(inclusive of GST)
Free for members, $38 for non-members
Date 23 Aug 2017
Time 7.30 - 9.00pm

Course Description

Presenter: Lainie Cameron

In this webinar, we will explore the boundaries and overlap between osteopathy and exercise physiology, probing scopes of practice through a case-based approach. Topics covered include:

  • When could osteopaths refer to an AEP? (ie: osteopaths’ scope of practice)
  • What can you expect from an AEP? (ie: AEPs’ scope of practice)
  • Eight clinical domains of practice for AEPs: cancer, cardiovascular, renal, mental health, metabolic, musculoskeletal, neurological, and pulmonary.
  • Looking forward together – it’s not a turf war! 

 

About the presenter:

Lainie Cameron

Melainie (Lainie) Cameron is an osteopath and an accredited exercise physiologist.

Lainie has a diverse career in university education, clinical practice, and research. She trained as an osteopath at RMIT, and has been registered continuously since 1994. Fresh faced in academia, she commenced as a sessional lecturer and clinician in the osteopathy program at Victoria University in 1995. She began teaching exercise physiology students in 2006, and became an accredited exercise physiologist herself in 2009. Over her career she has contributed to the osteopathy and exercise physiology programs at several Australian universities, including leading the exercise physiology program at the University of the Sunshine Coast for 5 years (Jan 2012 to Feb 2017).

She is the lead author of the ground-breaking text book – Clinical exercise: a case-based approach. In 2016, the Exercise & Sports Science CEO named Lainie as one of the top 25 influencers of exercise and sports science in Australia.

Lainie is an active researcher working with multidisciplinary research teams. She is passionate about good quality research, and intrigued by the complexities and challenges that arise when research meets clinical work. Most of her research and clinical practice is in rheumatology (arthritis care). 

Registration Details

Phone 02 9410 0099
Emailmbagus@osteopathy.org.au
Exploring the Osteopathy and Exercise Physiology Relationship