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This panel session is focused on giving the conference delegates a chance to ask questions or voice concerns and then receive answers or advice from the panel of experts. The expert panel included Dr Jay Ebert, Prof Simon Gandevia, Prof Lorimer Moseley, Prof David Lloyd and Prof Kim Bennell. The questions range from “What is good pain and what is bad pain during musculoskeletal rehabilitation?” and “are we too focused as clinicians on having a recipe or an answer for every condition and forgetting to actually use our own clinical reasoning to assess the person in front of us?” to “how do you delivery discussions about the role of the brain and persisting pain, and can you give examples of the language you would use”.

The recording is of a presentation delivered at the 6th Exercise & Sports Science Australia Conference and Sports Dietitians Australia Update: Research to Practice (2014).

Chaired by Dr Brendan Joss

Dr Brendan Joss is the Managing Director and Clinical Exercise Physiologist at Hollywood Functional Rehabilitation Clinic (HFRC), Perth Western Australia, specialising in orthopaedic rehabilitation and cartilage repair. He obtained his PhD from the University of Western Australia in biomechanics of knee replacement, a post-doctoral research fellowship at Queens University, Canada and has over 12 years experience in Musculoskeletal rehabilitation. He has been involved in the development of HFRC into a successful business which treats over 1200 new patients each year, employing Exercise Physiologist, Physiotherapists and Remedial Massage Therapists. This success is built on quality patient supervision, ongoing research into evidence based exercise rehabilitation and staff training. Brendan also conducts continuing education courses in osteoarthritis and total joint replacement rehabilitation to fellow AEPs, is a casual lecturer at the University of Western Australia.


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