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New Australian Balance & Motor Control course dates announced

4th January, 2017 New Australian Balance & Motor Control course dates announced

Sydney, April 1 & 2, Advance Rehab Centre, St Leonards Melbourne, May 21 & 22, Angliss CRC, Upper Ferntree Gully   For further information please email admin@neurophysiotherapy.com.au

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In search of the great discovery in Stroke Motor Recovery

11th November, 2016 In search of the great discovery in Stroke Motor Recovery

In search of the great discovery in Stroke Motor Recovery The impact of stroke looms large Stroke rehabilitation is a big deal. The financial and human cost of stroke looms large, and the pressure building on clinicians, researchers and funding agencies has surely reached boiling point. There is more information about stroke rehabilitation than ever

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Congratulations James!

12th August, 2016 Congratulations James!

Congratulations to James on his recent promotion to Associate Professor at Flinders University. James has an exciting role developing post-graduate teaching and research opportunities for health professionals undertaking further study in neurological rehabilitation. James will continue to split his time evenly between his clinical work here at JMNP and his academic role at Flinders. James

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Cheers Bobath (and thanks)

22nd February, 2016

One of the advantages of long service leave is that it gives me time to write on posts such as these! I also owe a great deal to the Bobath Concept. It introduced me to client-centred care, detailed movement analysis, hands-on palpation, handling and facilitation skills, teamwork, motor control theories, movement neuroscience and so much

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Position available

20th January, 2016

  We are looking for a physiotherapist with an interest in Neurological & vestibular rehabilitation to join our team at James Mcloughlin NeuroPhysiotherapy (JMNP). We have the opportunity for a casual, flexible position 1-2 days per week initially to help with home visits and in-room consultations. We are a friendly and caring team of therapists

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Neurophysiotherapy – Talks by Dr James McLoughlin

11th December, 2015

Spring Talks by Dr James McLoughlin It has been a busy springtime for talks and presentations. James has been invited to give a number of education talks over the past 3 months to patients, carers and health professionals. It’s great to have the opportunity to share some of the key clinical and research developments that

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Congratulations Eileen!

24th August, 2015 Congratulations Eileen!

Last week was National Brain Injury Awareness week, and on Wednesday Eileen Ting received a ‘Service Excellence Award’  from the Brain Injury Network of South Australia for her work as a Neurological Physiotherapist here at JMNP. Eileen has become an integral part of our team, and is working very hard for her patients while simultaneously

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PhD!

22nd May, 2015 PhD!

Well it took over 4 years, but in April James (finally) completed his PhD at the School of Medicine at University of New South Wales! This PhD resulted in 5 publications that looked at important aspects of gait, balance and fatigue in people with Multiple Sclerosis. Check out these papers at the ‘Our Research’ page. We

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Neurological Physiotherapy – exciting times ahead

5th December, 2014

The history of Neurological Physiotherapy stems from the simple discovery that people with neurological disease or injury benefit from physical rehabilitation. A number of NeuroPhysiotherapy approaches emerged in various places around the world throughout the 20th century, each with their own rationale and strategies that could be used to encourage recovery of movement and function

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Conference visit

24th September, 2014 Conference visit

In April this year, Jo Howie attended the 8th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation in Istanbul, Turkey. http://www.wcnr2014.org/ This was a fantastic opportunity for Jo to update on the latest in Neurorehabilitation, with some particularly interesting sessions on upper limb rehabilitation and the use of robotic technologies to enhance neurological recovery. Jo has already implemented some

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