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A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.

A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.


 

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Chiropractic Australia is an organisation that supports evidence-based practice and, as such, is a strong advocate for high-quality research.

 

Through our related research fund, Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation, we are able to fund research projects and PhD scholarships that directly support the chiropractic profession as well as related healthcare professions.


Chiropractic Australia Research Foundation calls for scientific abstracts to be submitted for presentation at the Researchers’ Day.

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Conference Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

Will the conference provide refunds?
Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans
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Christine is a Professor at the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. She holds a Career Development Fellowship and an Investigator Grant (emerging leadership 2) from the National Health and Medical Research Council. Christine has >$12 million in research funding and >140 publications, including senior author publications in the prestigious journals N Engl J Med, Lancet and JAMA. She has a professional background in physiotherapy and obtained a PhD from The University of Sydney in 2008.

Christine's research is focused on investigating the benefits and harms of treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. She has expertise in conducting clinical trials with parallel economic evaluations, and systematic reviews.

Christine has a particular interest in the pharmacological management of back pain. She has shown that some common medicines are not effective and may cause more harms. Currently she leads research in 3 themes: pharmacological management of back pain, quality use of opioid analgesics, and non-pharmacological management of musculoskeletal conditions.

Christine was a finalist at the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) Trial of the Year, and received an Honourable Mention, ACTA whilst also receiving STInG Excellence in Trial Statistics Award, 2018

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Dr Sasha Aspinall  BSc (Hons), BChiro, PhD


Sasha is a practicing chiropractor, early-career researcher, and educator in Perth, Western Australia. She completed her PhD at Murdoch University in 2020, which investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

Sasha has been teaching at Murdoch University since 2013, and is a fellow in the second cohort of the Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL). She is interested in the neurophysiological and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, and especially how they relate to clinical outcomes. Related interests include sham manipulation procedures, and the impact of contextual factors (e.g. placebo) on patient outcomes. Personally, Sasha is an avid dog lover and hobby photographer.

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Dr John Petrozzi is a practicing chiropractor, post doctoral researcher and currently undertaking his PhD at University of Sydney.
John completed his Bachelor of Science (Macquarie University) in 1996, then undertook his Master of Chiropractic in 1998, he also has an International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma. 

John's keen interest in Soccer and his desire for overseas travel found him working as Team Chiropractor for Grimsby Town Football club in Northern England, whilst also practicing at local clinics.  

On his return to Australia, John set up his private practice in Leichhardt, NSW, where he still practices.

John's practice has gradually evolved from a solo chiropractic clinic into a multidisciplinary allied health centre.  

John's early interest in research started during his early studies at Macquarie University, this interest, fueled by a desire to understand why some patients improved while others did not, drove him to undertake his PhD.  

John's special skills and interest are based on helping people recover from ongoing back and neck pain, ongoing and recurring sports injuries, whilst facilitating a team of psychologists and occupational therapists, in helping the whole person recover from anxiety and depression related to the effects of ongoing back and neck pain.

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 Dr. Aron Downie is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chiropractic at Macquarie University and a Postgraduate course advisor.
Aron is also still a practicing chiropractor and health researcher in Chiropractics and has been in continual practice for 26 years. He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School.
His research focus interests are recovery from spinal pain and the accuracy of screening tools for detection of pathology for people with back pain. 
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Connect, Communicate, Assess

Are you searching for ways to make you and your practice more effective by improving patient outcomes? Looking to better connect and engage with your patients to form long-lasting professional relationships?

 

This practical and interactive seminar offers real life examples on how you can embrace professional opportunities and enhance your approach to achieve business success using a holistic approach.

 

In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD. 

This innovative and engaging session titled ‘It’s All About Relationships: Connection & Communication Essentials’ for the clinician explores the critical elements of running a successful practice, and how practitioners can transform their businesses through positive connection, communication and assessment. A session not to be missed!

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Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

Will the conference provide refunds?
Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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Through her decades in performance psychology, Dr Peterson has experienced first-hand the good, the bad, and the ugly that can underpin achievement cultures, and works tirelessly with clients to showcase best practice performance psychology through healthy professional relationships.

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Connect, Communicate, Assess

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This practical and interactive seminar offers real life examples on how you can embrace professional opportunities and enhance your approach to achieve business success using a holistic approach. 

In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD.  

 

This innovative and engaging session titled ‘It’s All About Relationships: Connection & Communication Essentials’ for the clinician explores the critical elements of running a successful practice, and how practitioners can transform their businesses through positive connection, communication and assessment. A session not to be missed!

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Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

Will the conference provide refunds?
Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD.  

 

This innovative and engaging session titled ‘It’s All About Relationships: Connection & Communication Essentials’ for the clinician explores the critical elements of running a successful practice, and how practitioners can transform their businesses through positive connection, communication and assessment. A session not to be missed!

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Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

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Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
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Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD.  

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Postponement FAQ’s

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Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

Are you refunding hotel, flight or travel costs?
CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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Connect

It’s All About the Relationship: Connection Essentials

Presenter: Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD

Overview: The Clinician and Patient link, dependence on understanding the “person” to drive effective outcomes that align evidence with practice and improve patient care, management and solutions. This interactive presentation is geared to get you thinking, develop your interpersonal awareness, and provide insights and tools to enhance your ability to connect with your clients.

Key learnings:

•Exploring yourself first - what’s your personal relationship history style?

•Tips for relaxing into a relationship

•How to listen to understand

•Learning what holds your clients back in a relationship and what you can do about it

•How to deal with difficult or fearful clients

 

Communicate A New Era of Chiropractic: Where Innovation isn’t a Choice but a Necessity in driving effective patient outcomes.

 

Presenter: Jack O’Brien, Director & Business Mentor, Clinic Mastery

 

Overview: Jack speaks and communicates in your language, he understands the health landscape, he is you; a physiotherapist.Effective communication is an essential skill in practice consultations. Patients frequently experience psychological distress and require empathy and highly skilled communication. The technical aspects of good communication can be known but the art of communication is the development of skills and finding a style of communication that suits the clinician and produces benefits for the patient and clinician.In this session Jack will help you to discover your style of communication and how to recognise the importance of total patient care and management “beyond the table”.


Key learnings:

  • Identify your art of communication
  • Effective 1:1 communication skill
  • Through the art of communication, you will learn how to attract more of your ideal clients and nurture them in a way that provides amazing outcomes and patient experience.

 

Jack’s presentation will be followed by a Panel discussion and Q&A

Assess

Managing Risk in A Changing Landscape - partnering for business success

In this interactive session here, you will de-identified case studies and discuss the legal and risk considerations required when assessing risk.

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Connect, Communicate, Assess

Are you searching for ways to make you and your practice more effective by improving patient outcomes? Looking to better connect and engage with your patients to form long-lasting professional relationships?

This practical and interactive seminar offers real life examples on how you can embrace professional opportunities and enhance your approach to achieve business success using a holistic approach. 

In this series, Chiropractic Australia members gain exclusive access to internationally recognised clinician and speaker Dr Kirsten Peterson PhD.  

This innovative and engaging session titled ‘It’s All About Relationships: Connection & Communication Essentials’ for the clinician explores the critical elements of running a successful practice, and how practitioners can transform their businesses through positive connection, communication and assessment. A session not to be missed!

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Postponement FAQ’s

What happens to my registration that has been submitted?
Unless a cancellation or refund request is received, all bookings processed previously will automatically roll over to the new conference dates.

Will the conference provide refunds?
Yes. Chiropractic Australia (CA) will offer 100% refund of monies paid if you wish to cancel your registration or exhibition booking.

How will refunds be issued?
All refund requests must be made in writing to mandy.bromilow@chiropracticaustralia.org.au Refunds will be returned in the same form as the original method of payment. There will be no cancellation fees. Please allow up to 30 days for funds to be credited back to accounts.

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CA does not manage refunds related to individual travel costs. Please contact your travel agent or hotel or airline directly to discuss specific cancellation policies and refund information. In some cases, airlines and hotels may offer refunds with no cancellation fees due to travel bans.

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Researchers' Day 2021


A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.

A warm welcome from Katie De Luca, Chair, Research Foundation, Chiropractic Australia, click here

More than a year has passed since we connected in person to share research directly related to chiropractic or osteopathic practice. This year the Researchers’ Day will aim to connect us all again in a COVID-19 safe environment, join us as we learn about new research and where this will lead us.

 

Event Program


09:00 AM

- 09:10 AM

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Dr Simon French



09:10 AM

- 09:30 AM

Considering a PhD? Let’s talk

Dr John Petrozzi



09:30 AM

- 09:50 AM

Reflections from an ECR

Dr Sasha Aspinall



09:50 AM

- 10:10 AM

A journey in chiropractic: from consuming – to creating evidence within musculoskeletal health.

Dr Aron Downie



10:10 AM

- 10:35 AM

From PhD student to Professor. Reflections on my research career Prof Christine Lin Senior Research

Prof Christine Lin



11:00 AM

- 12:30 PM

Speakers will facilitate conversations that describe obstacles and solutions they have encountered

Group session



12:30 PM

- 01:30 PM

Lunch and Networking



01:30 PM

- 04:30 PM

Presentations



04:30 PM

- 04:35 PM

Acknowledgments

Dr Simon French & Dr Mike Swain



04:35 PM

- 04:55 PM

Awards



04:55 PM

- 05:00 PM

Closing

Dr Simon French & Dr Mike Swain



  Friday, 27 August 2021
  08:30 am - 05:00 pm
  SMC Conference & Function Centre


CPD 5 hoursThis is a guide only. For qualifiers, please contact AHPRA

Our Presenters


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Christine is a Professor at the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. She holds a Career Development Fellowship and an Investigator Grant (emerging leadership 2) from the National Health and Medical Research Council. Christine has >$12 million in research funding and >140 publications, including senior author publications in the prestigious journals N Engl J Med, Lancet and JAMA. She has a professional background in physiotherapy and obtained a PhD from The University of Sydney in 2008.

Christine's research is focused on investigating the benefits and harms of treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. She has expertise in conducting clinical trials with parallel economic evaluations, and systematic reviews.

Christine has a particular interest in the pharmacological management of back pain. She has shown that some common medicines are not effective and may cause more harms. Currently she leads research in 3 themes: pharmacological management of back pain, quality use of opioid analgesics, and non-pharmacological management of musculoskeletal conditions.

Christine was a finalist at the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) Trial of the Year, and received an Honourable Mention, ACTA whilst also receiving STInG Excellence in Trial Statistics Award, 2018

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Professor Christine Lin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Musculoskeletal Health, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. Christine is a clinical researcher with expertise in conducting clinical trials and systematic reviews.

Christine is a Professor at the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Sydney. She holds a Career Development Fellowship and an Investigator Grant (emerging leadership 2) from the National Health and Medical Research Council. Christine has >$12 million in research funding and >140 publications, including senior author publications in the prestigious journals N Engl J Med, Lancet and JAMA. She has a professional background in physiotherapy and obtained a PhD from The University of Sydney in 2008.

Christine's research is focused on investigating the benefits and harms of treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. She has expertise in conducting clinical trials with parallel economic evaluations, and systematic reviews.

Christine has a particular interest in the pharmacological management of back pain. She has shown that some common medicines are not effective and may cause more harms. Currently she leads research in 3 themes: pharmacological management of back pain, quality use of opioid analgesics, and non-pharmacological management of musculoskeletal conditions.

Christine was a finalist at the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) Trial of the Year, and received an Honourable Mention, ACTA whilst also receiving STInG Excellence in Trial Statistics Award, 2018

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Dr Sasha Aspinall  BSc (Hons), BChiro, PhD


Sasha is a practicing chiropractor, early-career researcher, and educator in Perth, Western Australia. She completed her PhD at Murdoch University in 2020, which investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

Sasha has been teaching at Murdoch University since 2013, and is a fellow in the second cohort of the Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL). She is interested in the neurophysiological and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, and especially how they relate to clinical outcomes. Related interests include sham manipulation procedures, and the impact of contextual factors (e.g. placebo) on patient outcomes. Personally, Sasha is an avid dog lover and hobby photographer.

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Dr Sasha Aspinall


Dr Sasha Aspinall BSc (Hons), BChiro, PhD is a chiropractor, early-career researcher and an educator located in Perth, Western Australia. Sasha is an alumni of Murdoch University, completing her PhD in 2020. Sasha PhD investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

Dr Sasha Aspinall  BSc (Hons), BChiro, PhD


Sasha is a practicing chiropractor, early-career researcher, and educator in Perth, Western Australia. She completed her PhD at Murdoch University in 2020, which investigated pain sensitivity and the impact of spinal manipulation in people with low back pain.

Sasha has been teaching at Murdoch University since 2013, and is a fellow in the second cohort of the Chiropractic Academy for Research Leadership (CARL). She is interested in the neurophysiological and biomechanical effects of spinal manipulation, and especially how they relate to clinical outcomes. Related interests include sham manipulation procedures, and the impact of contextual factors (e.g. placebo) on patient outcomes. Personally, Sasha is an avid dog lover and hobby photographer.

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Dr John Petrozzi is a practicing chiropractor, post doctoral researcher and currently undertaking his PhD at University of Sydney.
John completed his Bachelor of Science (Macquarie University) in 1996, then undertook his Master of Chiropractic in 1998, he also has an International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma. 

John's keen interest in Soccer and his desire for overseas travel found him working as Team Chiropractor for Grimsby Town Football club in Northern England, whilst also practicing at local clinics.  

On his return to Australia, John set up his private practice in Leichhardt, NSW, where he still practices.

John's practice has gradually evolved from a solo chiropractic clinic into a multidisciplinary allied health centre.  

John's early interest in research started during his early studies at Macquarie University, this interest, fueled by a desire to understand why some patients improved while others did not, drove him to undertake his PhD.  

John's special skills and interest are based on helping people recover from ongoing back and neck pain, ongoing and recurring sports injuries, whilst facilitating a team of psychologists and occupational therapists, in helping the whole person recover from anxiety and depression related to the effects of ongoing back and neck pain.

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Dr John Petrozzi


Dr John Petrozzi is a practicing chiropractor, post doctoral researcher and currently undertaking his PhD at University of Sydney. John completed his Bachelor of Science (Macquarie University) in 1996, then undertook his Master of Chiropractic in 1998, he also has an International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma.


Dr John Petrozzi is a practicing chiropractor, post doctoral researcher and currently undertaking his PhD at University of Sydney.
John completed his Bachelor of Science (Macquarie University) in 1996, then undertook his Master of Chiropractic in 1998, he also has an International Chiropractic Sports Science Diploma. 

John's keen interest in Soccer and his desire for overseas travel found him working as Team Chiropractor for Grimsby Town Football club in Northern England, whilst also practicing at local clinics.  

On his return to Australia, John set up his private practice in Leichhardt, NSW, where he still practices.

John's practice has gradually evolved from a solo chiropractic clinic into a multidisciplinary allied health centre.  

John's early interest in research started during his early studies at Macquarie University, this interest, fueled by a desire to understand why some patients improved while others did not, drove him to undertake his PhD.  

John's special skills and interest are based on helping people recover from ongoing back and neck pain, ongoing and recurring sports injuries, whilst facilitating a team of psychologists and occupational therapists, in helping the whole person recover from anxiety and depression related to the effects of ongoing back and neck pain.

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Aron is also still a practicing chiropractor and health researcher in Chiropractics and has been in continual practice for 26 years. He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School.

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Aron is also still a practicing chiropractor and health researcher in Chiropractics and has been in continual practice for 26 years. He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School.
His research focus interests are recovery from spinal pain and the accuracy of screening tools for detection of pathology for people with back pain. 
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Dr Aron Downie


​Dr. Aron Downie is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chiropractic at Macquarie University and a Postgraduate course advisor. Aron is also still a practicing chiropractor and health researcher in Chiropractics and has been in continual practice for 26 years. He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School.

 Dr. Aron Downie is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chiropractic at Macquarie University and a Postgraduate course advisor.
Aron is also still a practicing chiropractor and health researcher in Chiropractics and has been in continual practice for 26 years. He completed his PhD at the University of Sydney Medical School.
His research focus interests are recovery from spinal pain and the accuracy of screening tools for detection of pathology for people with back pain. 
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