Webinaires

 

We are excited to continue with our webinar series for our members. We have many distinguished speakers lined up for the coming months Stay tuned for further updates on upcoming webinars.

Webinaires à venir

 

Physiotherapy Management of Postural Instability

Date and Time: Apr 16, 2024 – 18:00 (EDT)
Speaker: Susan Hunter

Description:

Physiotherapy has a very prominent role to play in the assessment and treatment of balance problems and fall prevention strategies. Older adults also represent a growing demographic for physiotherapy care across settings of practice.

This webinar in 2 sessions will cover the assessment and treatment of balance problems in older adults. These sessions will provide evidence-informed best practices covering:

  1. Balance and control systems for postural stability;
  2. Changes with aging that affect balance;
  3. Assessment of postural stability – choosing clinical balance tests; and
  4. Interventions to improve postural stability.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Susan Hunter PT PhD is an Associate Professor in the School of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. She is a Physical Therapist with 32 years of clinical experience and has a PhD in Epidemiology and Biostatistics, both from the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Hunter’s research interests are the rehabilitation of geriatric patients, particularly the cognitively-impaired older adult, and their experience of falls, frailty and mobility decline. She also has special interest in fall prevention among patient populations of lower extremity amputees, lower extremity joint arthroplasty and Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Hunter was a member of the Steering Committee for the World Guidelines and co-lead for the World Guidelines Working Group on Cognition and Falls. She was also on the international panel of rehabilitation experts in dementia working on the WHO’s Rehabilitation Program on Rehabilitation Interventions for People with Dementia published in 2023. She is the past Vice-President of the International Association of Physical Therapists Working with Older People (IPTOP) and former Chair and Executive Committee member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Seniors’ Health Division.

Price:

  • SHD Members ($20), CPA Members ($25), and non-Members ($30)
  • Free for Students

 

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Traitement moderne de la lombalgie persistante

Date et heure de la séance : Apr 27 10:00AM (HE)
Conférencière
: Kieran O’Sullivan, PhD

Description:

Les lignes directrices internationales recommandent généralement d’utiliser une approche biopsychosociale centrée sur la personne pour traiter la lombalgie persistante. Ce webinaire portera sur une approche de ce type (thérapie fonctionnelle cognitive) dans le traitement de la lombalgie, ainsi que des implications des derniers essais cliniques pour (i) les professionnels de la santé, et pour (ii) la conception des soins et les prestations de santé.

Objectifs:

  1. Résumé des mécanismes multidimensionnels de la douleur
  2. Présenter une approche de raisonnement clinique pour traiter les troubles associés à la lombalgie
  3. Discuter des données allant dans le sens/à l’encontre de la thérapie fonctionnelle cognitive dans le traitement de la lombalgie
  4. Discuter du perfectionnement des compétences nécessaires dans la prise en charge de patients vivant avec des problèmes douloureux complexes (communication, mouvement, comportements)

Bio:

Jean-Francois Esculier, PT PhD

Kieran O’Sullivan est professeur de physiothérapie à l’Université de Limerick, en Irlande. Il a obtenu son doctorat sur le sujet de la lombalgie en 2012, et il est l’auteur de plus de 170 articles de journaux, dont deux sur des ECR portant sur la lombalgie. En 2021, M. O’Sullivan a reçu le prix du recteur de l’Université de Limerick pour excellence et impact en recherche. Ses travaux sur la lombalgie ont été choisis comme exemple en matière d’impact scientifique. Il contribue actuellement à plusieurs projets de recherche en rapport avec la douleur musculosquelettique, à l’échelle nationale et internationale.

 

Price:

  • Gratuit pour les membres de la division d’orthopédie
  • 10 $ pour les membres de l’ACP
  • 20 $ pour les non-membres

 

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Webinaires précédents

 

La course à pied est-elle vraiment mauvaise pour les articulations?

Date et heure de la séance : Jan 31st @ 19:30-20:30 (HE)
Conférencière
 : Jean-Francois Esculier, PT PhD

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Quand le professionnalisme aggrave les choses

Date et heure de la séance : 18 novembre, 11 h (HE)
Conférencière
 : Janet Holly, P.T.

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La course à pied est-elle vraiment mauvaise pour les articulations?

Date and Time: Nov 9 @ 19:30-20:30 (Eastern time)
Speaker: Jean-Francois Esculier, PT PhD

Prendre note que cette séance sera diffusée en français du début à la fin

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Douleur à l’épaule liée à un traumatisme de la coiffe des rotateurs : une mise à jour

Date: Aug 19, 2023 – 12:00 EST (60 minutes)
Conférencier: Professeur Jeremy Lewis, Ph. D., FCSP

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Épuisement professionnel, pleine conscience et résilience au stress pour les cliniciens

Date: 12 Juillet 2023 à 18 h (HE), 60 minutes
Conférencier: Dr. Scotty Butcher, PhD, PT, CMMT, SSR

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Prise en charge et traitement fondés sur des données probantes des ruptures du ligament croisé antérieur

Date et durée (en minutes) de la séance: 29 mai 2023 à 18 h (HE), 60 minutes
Conférencière: Dr. Steph Filbray

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Adverse Effects From Dry Needling

Date and Time: May 16, 2023 6:00PM EST (60 minutes)
Conférencière: Susan Massitti

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Patellofemoral Pain; Assessment and Treatment Update

Date: May 13, 2023
Conférencière: Claire Robertson MSc PGCE MCSP

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Best and safest practice for people with neck and head pain: Vascular Pathologies of the Neck

Date and Time: March 13, 2023
Conférencière: Dr. Roger Kerry

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Resistance Training and the Adolescent Population

Date: February 15, 2023
Conférencière: Derek Miles PT, DPT

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The Biopsychosocial Model: Application Into Practice

Date: Sunday, November 20th
Time: 2:00pm EST
Conférencière: Ben Cormack

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Differential diagnosis of headache, with focus on individualised management of cervicogenic headache

Date: Wednesday, August 31st, 2022
Key Speaker: Trudy Rebbeck

This interactive webinar will commence with outlining key considerations in the differential diagnosis of common headache conditions presenting to physiotherapists using a clinical reasoning framework and complex cases. The second half will focus on how to identify key contributing factors to cervicogenic headache and then how to individualize treatment based on these factors.

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Patient-centred Care in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Date: Wednesday June 8th, 2022, 6:00pm – 7:30pm EST
Key Speaker: Nathan Hutting

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy needs to move towards a broader biopsychosocial understanding of musculoskeletal conditions and the delivery of high-value care for people with persistent pain conditions, in which a patient-centered approach is a key feature. However, it has been reported that clinicians experience difficulties with integrating patient-centered care principles into their clinical practice.

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Anterior cruciate ligament injuries: latest evidence and how can I use it in my clinic

Date:Thursday April 28th, 2022, 8:00pm – 9:15pm EST
Key Speaker: Evangelos Pappas

Telehealth in musculoskeletal physiotherapy practice: The evidence, resources, and clinical tips you need

Date:Wednesday April 13th, 2022, 8:00pm – 9:15pm EST
Speakers: Dr. Allison Ezzat, Dr Michelle Cottrell, Dr Danilo De Oliveira Silva, Dr JP Caneiro, Dr Peter Malliaras

The use of telehealth in physiotherapy practice has rapidly expanded since the COVID‐19 pandemic. In this session, presenters will share research findings, online resources, and clinical experiences to help develop your knowledge, confidence, and skills to provide high quality care via telehealth.


 

Lower Limb Tendinopathy – Clinical Gems

Date: Tuesday March 1st, 2022, 8pm EST
Case presenter: Dr. Ebonie Rio

The session covers differential diagnosis and rehab of lower limb tendons as well as pitfalls to watch her.

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Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Grand Rounds Round 7

Date: Tuesday, Feb 1, 2022
Case presenter: Frank Simms

This month’s case is a 41-year-old recreational runner with chronic left knee pain.

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Mobilization du Système Myofascial (MSM) Appliqué aux Maux de Tête et aux Syndromes de l’ATM: Fascia du Point de Vue de la Physiothérapie

Date: Jeudi le 20 janvier, 2022
Conférencière: Doreen Killens

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Healthy notions of pain for a physically active lifestyle

Date: September 30, 2021
Time: 8:00pm – 9:00pm EST
Conférencière: Benjamin Boyd

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Gender Awareness for Physiotherapists

Date: Monday October 18th, 2021
Time: 8:15pm – 9:15pm EST
Conférencière: Jane Hendriksen

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Eight essential things physical therapists need to know for managing MSK disorders – sponsored by the Orthopaedic Division

Date: Thursday, August 19th, 2021
Time: 8:00pm – 9:30pm EST
Conférencière: Chad Cook

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Student Series Webinar 2: Presented by the Orthopaedic Division, in collaboration with the Cardiorespiratory Division and the National Student Assembly

Date: June 19, 2021

The second in our series of “Meet a Clinician” webinars, this chat features a panel of 3 clinicians located across Canada, working in various roles within a cardioresp setting. A must-listen for students and new grads interested in pursuing a career in cardioresp physiotherapy.


The Stubborn Ankle

Date and Time: May 18, 2021 at 8:00 – 9:30 pm EST.

Case presenter: Ashleigh Whiffen, PT

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Pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and dysfunction:

An update on assessing the force closure mechanism of the pelvis (including the pelvic floor) for orthopaedic physiotherapists

Instructor: Diane Lee

Date and Time:  June 1st, 2021. 7:00pm-8:00pm CST

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Student Series Webinar 1 – Presented by the Orthopaedic Division & The National Student Assembly

Date: Saturday May 22nd, 2021

Our first edition featured two incredible paediatric physios and is a must-see for anyone interested in working in an orthopaedic paediatric setting.


The Stubborn Ankle

Date and Time: May 18, 2021 at 8:00 – 9:30 pm EST.

Case presenter: Ashleigh Whiffen, PT

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Total Knee Replacements in 2021. What’s Current and What’s to Come

Instructor: Dr. Dave Hedden

Date and Time: April 15th, 2021. 8:00pm-9:00pm EST

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Session d’information sur le programme intégré de physiothérapie musculosquelettique avancé (#ViserPlusHaut)

 

Veuillez nous joindre mercredi le 3 mars, à 20h HNE, pour une session d’information sur le programme #ViserPlusHaut de la division orthopédique (DO) offert par Josiane Roberge.

Ce webinaire expliquera le processus visant à devenir certifié FCAMPT par le biais du programme accrédité de la DO, et mettra en évidence les changements et les améliorations apportées au programme.

Ce webinaire gratuit s’adresse à tous ceux et celles qui souhaitent obtenir plus d’informations sur le programme, étudiants autant que gradués.

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Title: Treating Long COVID:  A Physiotherapy Perspective

Instructor: Jessica DeMars
Date and Time: February 18th, 2021. 8:00pm-9:00pm EST

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International Framework for Examination of the Cervical Region for potential of vascular pathologies of the neck prior to Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (OMT) Intervention

  • Lisa Carlesso and Alison Rushton
  • December 17, 2020

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Femoroacetabular Impingement and physiotherapy: A case and evidence-based discussion

  • Dr. Olufemi Ayeni
  • November 5, 2020

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Connection: the missing link

  • Jasdeep Dhir, Jim Millard and Dave Walton
  • August 20, 2020

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The Internet is free: Progressing past awareness and towards racial justice in physiotherapy

  • Tracy Blake
  • July 9, 2020

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Running Footwear: Evidence-based recommendations and clinical applications for physiotherapists

  • Jean-Francois Esculier
  • June 18, 2020

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For great visuals on how to select a running show visit:

https://therunningclinic.com/runners/choosing-a-running-shoe/

Communication Strategies to Support Client/Patient Behaviour Change

  • Dr. Jennifer Irwin
  • May 13, 2020

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Simplifying the Foot and Ankle – the EEMO Approach

  • Jill Robertson – BSc (PT) 1987, MSc (PT) 2001
  • Apr 23, 2020 – 20:00 (EDT)

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Update on lateral elbow pain: from research to clinical practice

  • Dr. Leanne Bisset
  • Dec 16, 2019 8:30 PM EST

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Webinar Summary - Lateral Epicondylitis

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