InMotion speaks with Associate Professor Lynley Bradnam, APAM, about dystonia, a unique neurological disorder. During the discussion, the researcher examines the benefits of physiotherapy intervention as part of the condition’s treatment, and underlines the need for the profession to take active ownership of future dystonia care and research
via APA | InMotion.
Click on Deconstructing Dystonia image provided to read article.
Dr Lynley Bradnam Associate Professor of Physiotherapy has been committed in Dystonia research and treatment. She played a role in raising awareness of Dystonia and has supported the Australia Dystonia Support Group. We would like to thank Associate Professor Bradnam for all the work she does on Dystonia.
She will be a speaker at the Parkinson’s Australia National Conference in May 2015. if you would like to know more about the Dystonia program click on link provided.