Since 2009, Advance Rehab Centre has become a training and development site for students, clinicians and associated health professionals. Our evening lecture program, courses and clinical programs have helped to advance the role of allied health in community clinical practice.

Monthly Evening Lectures

Each month we host an Evening Lecture presented by an expert clinician, Consultant or academic in the neurological and complex disability space. These evening lectures are well attended and normally fill the room with over 60 health professionals or patients.

Concussion: A clinical approach to management

Date: Tuesday 22nd September

Time: 6.00pm

Where: Virtual

Cost: FREE

Speaker: Dr Stacey Jankelowitz

Dr Stacey Jankelowitz is Clinical Associate Professor at the Central Clinical School, University of Sydney and Staff Specialist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Dr Jankelowitz has published 30 research papers and continues to collaborate with colleagues in clinical neurological research. She has clinical and research interests in clinical neurophysiology, peripheral nerve and muscle disease, stroke and head injury. She conducts a Minor Head Injury Clinic at RPAH on a fortnightly basis and is a consultant to Cricket Australia, NRL and AFL for concussion.

Description: 

Concussion is a common and often poorly diagnosed and managed. Get a neurological perspective on concussion and hear about an international research project.

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Overlapping syndromes in Functional Neurological Disorders

Date: Tuesday 13th October

Time: 6.00pm

Where: Virtual

Cost: FREE

Speaker: Rowena Mobbs

Dr Rowena Mobbs is a cognitive neurologist at Macquarie University Hospital, Mater Hospital, and Harbour Neurology Group. She leads a clinic for the care of patients with FND called the FiND Clinic, and has a research interest in concussion, subconcussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Dr Mobbs advocates the importance of working within a team of specialists towards individualised management and best outcome.

Description: 

Functional disorders can present as a wide array of symptoms, but often other conditions can overlap. What information helps doctors to decide between FND causing neurological symptoms, and other disorders?

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Conferences and Workshops

Our team of expert clinicians regularly present at National and International Conferences, Seminars and workshops presented here in Australia by the Australian Physiotherapy Association, ESSA, OT NSW, Parkinson’s NSW, Stroke Recovery Association NSW, Polio Australia, and many others including the British Geriatric Society, ACPIN UK and more.

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University Affiliations

We have a standing relationship with both Macquarie University and Australian Catholic University to supervise their students on clinical placement and support them in their honors projects. We take this role seriously and have a dedicated clinical educator to ensure the competencies of future Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists.

Expos and Patient Education Seminars

Our team regularly host booths and stalls at Disability and Neurologically specific expos, seminars and support group meetings. Our aim is to connect with individuals, family members and health professionals to learn about the services and emerging trends in this area as well as to assist directly in educating people of the benefits of expert rehabilitation.

Patient stories, education videos and blog

We like to celebrate the success of the people who receive our services by nominating them for our Gold Star Awards  Every month we dive deep into a clinical education topic and present within the team each week on an aspect of this topic. This is then recapped in videos for people living with or associated with this topic area. If you have a particular topic you want us to present on, let us know!