Upcoming Events

In supporting and cultivating a culture of learning, Chiropractic Australia offers a broad range of evidence-based CPD and networking opportunities for our chiropractic community.

Upcoming Events

In supporting and cultivating a culture of learning, Chiropractic Australia offers a broad range of evidence-based CPD and networking opportunities for our chiropractic community.

Events

Chiropractic Hot Topic Breakfast (WA) - Pain


CA will be hosting a Hot Topic Breakfast (WA), covering some of the latest chiropractic and musculoskeletal reasearch topics for clinicans to apply to their practice.

The first topic covered will be uncovering is pain and how you can apply the latest research on pain sensitivity to your practice. More details on our speakers and an abstract on their research will be coming soon. 

Date:      Wednesday 8 February 2023

Time:      8.00am – 10:00am

Venue:   Technology Park Function Centre (Seminar Room 2)

Address: 2 Brodie-Hall Drive Bentley - FREE PARKING AVAILABLE AT THE VENUE

Cost:        $65 Members

                 $50 Student Members

                 $85 Non Members

                 $75 Non Member - Students

 

CA members can access at discounted member price by logging in. 

If you are not a member and would like to join Chiropractic Australia - Click here. 

 

Event Program


08:00 AM

- 08:30 AM

Registration and stand up breakfast

Doors open



08:30 AM

- 09:10 AM

Seminar Room 2

Hot Topic Breakfast - Pain

Dr Sasha Aspinall PhD, BSc (Hons), BChiro Sasha is a chiropractor, researcher, and lecturer at Murdoch University, having completed her PhD in 2020. She is also a Fellow of the second Chiropractic Academy of Research Leadership (CARL) program, which mentors early career chiropractic researchers. Sasha is interested in the clinical, neurophysiological, and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, as well as the management of spine pain disorders. She is currently involved in research including a unique review of spinal manipulation, sham manipulation procedures, spine pain trajectories, and gender diversity within the chiropractic profession.

Dr Sasha Aspinall



09:10 AM

- 09:50 AM

Seminar Room 2

Hot Topic Breakfast - Pain

Speaker Two commences



  Wednesday, 8 February 2023
  08:00 am - 10:00 am
  Technology Park Function Centre

CPD 2 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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