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NEUROPHYSIOTHERAPY - MINIMISING BRAIN LOSS IN MS - THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE

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Overview

In collaboration with MS Limited, this webinar brings to you the latest evidence regarding the ability of exercise to potentially slow down the neurological decline in MS and influence remyelination.

This webinar also highlights the staggering inactivity levels in MS and how to address these barriers to exercise. Presented by Gilly Davy, the founder of the MS Get a Head Start program and consulting neurological physiotherapist.

Learning Objectives

  • How exercise influences neurological protection in MS
  • Knowledge of the latest evidence regarding MS and exercise
  • Why interval training is the way forward in exercising with MS
  • How to address the barriers to exercise
Presenter

Gillian Davy graduated from the University of Brighton in the United Kingdom in 2004 with Hons in physiotherapy. She then went on to work in the National Health Service for two years taking her first senior role in respiratory care. Then Gillian moved to New Zealand and resided in Auckland where she worked as a senior neurological physiotherapist in a public health hospital for a year then as a private musculoskeletal physiotherapist before permanently moving into neurological rehab.

From 2008 she worked for Rope Neuro Rehabilitation one of Aucklands leading private neurological physiotherapy services as a senior clinician, she completed her Post Grad certificate at Auckland University of Technology. Gillian significantly enhanced her career by moving to Sydney in 2012 to work at one of Australia’s leading neurological physiotherapy provider as their clinical educator and senior therapist till 2015.

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NEUROPHYSIOTHERAPY - MINIMISING BRAIN LOSS IN MS - THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE
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