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Updates In Neurological Physical Therapy

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2017 – A year in review; Changes & Updates In Neurological Physical Therapy

 

Presented by: 

Elishia Scobie

Elishia is a Physiotherapist currently working on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. After graduating from the University of Sydney in 2009,
Elishia’s passion for rehabilitation quickly grew as she enjoyed the challenge of working within a team to assist individuals in regaining their identify following neurological injury. For the last six-years, Elishia has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist within inpatient and outpatient
rehabilitation units and in community settings for the private, public and not-for-profit sector. Through her clinical experience, Elishia has
developed strong clinical skill in the management of hypertonicity and has a special interest in acquired brain injuries and cerebral palsy.  In 2016, Elishia was awarded a Graduate Diploma in Neurological Rehabilitation through Western Australia University.

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2017 – A year in review; Changes & Updates In Neurological Physical Therapy

 

Presented by: 

Elishia Scobie

Elishia is a Physiotherapist currently working on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. After graduating from the University of Sydney in 2009,
Elishia’s passion for rehabilitation quickly grew as she enjoyed the challenge of working within a team to assist individuals in regaining their identify following neurological injury. For the last six-years, Elishia has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist within inpatient and outpatient
rehabilitation units and in community settings for the private, public and not-for-profit sector. Through her clinical experience, Elishia has
developed strong clinical skill in the management of hypertonicity and has a special interest in acquired brain injuries and cerebral palsy.  In 2016, Elishia was awarded a Graduate Diploma in Neurological Rehabilitation through Western Australia University.

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