Attend a Progressive Neurological Movement Disorders Symposium!

The Primary Healthcare Network of Northern Queensland has organised a Progressive Neurological Movement Disorders Symposium, to be held on Saturday 19 March 2016 in Cairns, Queensland. There will be presentations by invited guest speakers relating to Progressive Neurological Movement Disorders and followed by a Q&A panel.


Professor Lynley Bradnam

Professor Bradnam is Head of Discipline of Physiotherapy in the Graduate School of Health at the University of Technology (UTS), in Sydney. She is a physiotherapist and neuroscientist with an interest in Dystonia, Neuromuscular disorders, Neurophysiotherapy, non-invasive brain stimulation and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. She is involved in many research studies, the most recent relating to vision and Dystonia.

Read more about Professor Lynley Bradnam and her studies!

In the media! Dystonia Treatment – Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Dystonia program – Parkinsons’s Australia National Conference

Dystonia inteview with Associate Professor Lynley Bradnam

Dystonia Research Project: Investigating vision in relation to Dystonia

Dr George Mellick 

Associate Professor Mellick is a Clinical Neuroscientist with an interest in Parkinson’s Disease and other related conditions.  For more about Professor Mellick → Griffith University

Dr. Mike Boggild

Dr Boggild is the Director of Neurology at The Townsville Hospital with an interest in Multiple Sclerosis (MS). For more about Dr Boggild Townsville Neurosciences

For more info and to register your attendance click on link provided to view the flyer.

Flyer link and to register attendance: FNQ Progressive Neurological Movement Disorders Symposium Flyer

For Northern Queensland Primary Health updates → Primary Healthcare Network of Northern Queensland

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