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Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy Assessment and Intervention: Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy perspective
This webinar is targeted at physiotherapists and occupational therapy working with children with brachial plexus birth palsy. We will cover key assessments and therapy/interventions including recommendations for home programmes.

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

1) Describe the key assessments used with children with BPBP.

2) Outline therapy/interventions recommended for children with BPBP, including management of spontaneous recovery and nerve grafting, and management after secondary shoulder procedures.

3) Understand therapy/intervention recommendations for the family to undertake at home for a child with BPBP.

By registering for this webinar, you will be registered to access the Praxhub education platform and provided login details, where you can view all of Interplast’s online education for free. If you don’t wish to be registered for the Praxhub platform, please email us (education@interplast.org.au)

Nov 16, 2021 03:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Nicole Alexander
Physiotherapist @The Royal Children's Hospital, Victoria, Australia
Nicole Alexander is a Senior Clinician within the Physiotherapy Department at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne. Nicole’s clinical specialities including brachial plexus birth palsy and burns. Nicole has completed a specialist certificate in paediatric orthopaedics.
Rose Biggins
Occupational Therapist @The Royal Children's Hospital, Victoria, Australia
Rose Biggins is a Senior Clinician within the Occupational Therapy department at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne, where she has worked since 2005. Rose's clinical specialties are congenital hand differences, traumatic hand and upper limb conditions and brachial plexus birth palsy. To continue her higher education, in 2019 Rose completed a Masters of Science in Hand Therapy and is an Accredited Hand Therapist (as awarded by the Australian Hand Therapy Association).