The hand is an amazingly complex and intricate instrument. As a primary means by which people manipulate things in the environment the hand and upper limb are prone to damage and injury. Function follows form. As such any underlying pathology of the hand or injury can have a major impact on a person’s ability to interact within their environment or to engage in their occupations of choice. This paper offers NZ registered physiotherapy and occupational therapy practitioners the opportunity to explore a wide range of hand and upper limb problems and to learn from expert clinicians and each other how to assess and manage some of the common hand injuries and impairments.
In 2019 this begins on the 4th March. There are three on-campus weekends when you will need to come to Auckland. Dates for 2019 are:
Block One: 11th to 14th April
Block two: 3rd to 7th July
Block three: 26th to 29th September
In between these on site block courses you study by distance with readings, online discussion and assignment preparation.
The Hand Therapy New Zealand 2019 “Get A Grip” Conference will be held on:
Date: 13 – 15 September 2019
Venue: InterContinental Hotel, Wellington
Further information on speakers will be available early next year! Book this event in your 2019 calendar now.
Please note the coordination of this conference is being led by Conference Innovators, when you register your interest, your data will be stored with them. Please ensure you read the terms and conditions.
Angela Trotter | Administrator
Phone DDI 04 894 1685 – Monday to Friday 8.00am to 2.30pm
PO Box 27 386, Marion Square, Wellington 6141http://nzaht.org.nz/
Hand Therapy Association of California Presents:
Learn from industry stalwarts, how to prevent mistakes and correct one if not done right, to provide the best functional outcome.
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Learn from the leaders in the profession, Surgeons and Therapists alike.
Don't miss it, as such a collection of speakers will not be seen elsewhere.
New segment - Poster Presentation. If you have an idea and want the world to know, then submit and abstract for poster presentation here and win $$
See who is speaking at this conference - Surgeons
Dr. Gregory Buncke on tendon management gone wrong, Dr. Jeffrey Yao (Stanford) on correcting surgical mistakes, Dr. Lisa Lattanza (UCSF) on making the unforgiving elbow compliant, Dr. Catherine Curtin (Stanford) on when wires cross, how to unbundle nerves and Dr. Roy Meals (UCLA) on when to trust the therapists to do the job and not be ready with the knife.
15 Contact hours
See who is speaking at this conference - Therapists
Aviva Wolff (HSS) on how to be politically correct with the surgeons and flexor tendon management gone wrong and how to get it back on track.
Susan Clark (Stanford) will be talking on when to call it quits and tips and tricks on stiff hand management with Saba Kamal.
Silvio Tocco (Italy) on the hand gone rogue and tips and tricks from around the world,
Susan Stralka (PPM) on pain management and manual therapy for the elbow,
Lisa Green on the right moves for the shoulder.
Debbie Schwartz (Orfit) on custom splinting for elbow management,
Alison Taylor (Baylor) on Problem solve with taping and out of the box thinking,
Aaron Sciascia on how to review manuscripts and review articles and
Saba Kamal (HOC) will talk on wound management along with case studies for panel and brainstorming session.
2018 HTA-Ca Board
IFSSH Past-President, Ulrich Mennen, is proud to bring you the IFSSH
Ezine, a digital publication available to the global Hand Surgery and
Hand Therapy communities free of charge. It has been established with
the purpose of uniting the global hand surgery community and is intended
to be a publication for IFSSH members, by IFSSH members.
To contribute to the IFSSH Ezine, please email the Editor: .
|Save the Date|
11th IFSHT Triennial Congress June 17-21, 2019 Berlin, Germanyifssh-ifsht2019.com
IFSHT welcomes a new corresponding member country:
GhanaThere are now 50 countries represented within IFSHT!