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Contents

World Confederation for Physical Therapy World Confederation for Physical Therapy ...............................2
(WCPT) WCPT and KNGF management and staff ................................3
Victoria Charity Centre
Welcome letters ................................................................................5
11 Belgrave Road
London SW1V 1RB Acknowledgements .....................................................................11
T: +44 (0)20 7931 6465
WCPT information .........................................................................16
E: info@wcpt.org
W: www.wcpt.org KNGF host information ...............................................................20

Sponsors ...........................................................................................22
Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy
General information .....................................................................25
(KNGF)
Stadsring 159b Opening ceremony and social events ....................................30
PO Box 248 Scientific programme guide ......................................................33
Amersfoort
3800 AE Satellite programme
Netherlands Education sessions ..........................................................40
T: +31 33 467 2900
E: wpt2011@kngf.nl Clinical visits ......................................................................45

W: www.kngf.nl Scientific programme daily information

Tuesday ...............................................................................49
WCPT and KNGF wish to thank and acknowledge the
following service providers: Wednesday ........................................................................93
Abooth, exhibition services (www.a-booth.nl) Thursday ...........................................................................137
ACS, audio-visual services (www.acsaudiovisual.com)
Indexes
Congrex Holland, registration services
(www.congrex.com/netherlands/index.aspx) Sessions ............................................................................169
DeBackerConsultants, AV consultancy Chairs .................................................................................177
(www.debackerconsultants.com)
Gielissen, exhibition services (www.gielissen.com) Presenters ........................................................................181

The Live House, opening and closing ceremonies Exhibition


(www.livehouse.nl)
Floor plans .......................................................................208
PharmaService, abstract management system
(www.pharmaservice.de) WCPT and member organisations ..........................210
RAI Exhibition Services (www.rai.nl/en/exp)
Exhibitor seminars ........................................................211
RAI Housing and Travel Services, housing services
(www.rai.nl/en/exp/hts) Index of exhibitors .......................................................213
Rivermede, website and logistics Exhibitor search by product .....................................215
(www.rivermede.co.uk)
Valverde, freight management (www.valverde.nl) RAI floor plans .............................................................................218

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World Confederation for Physical Therapy

WCPT Executive Committee


Marilyn Moffat (President)
Zola Dantile (Vice President)
Sylvia Kambalametore (Africa Region)
Margot Skinner (Asia Western Pacific Region)
Emma Stokes (European Region)
Sandra Thornhill (North America Caribbean Region)
Mabel Yvonne Espinel Gonzalez (South America Region)

Secretary General
Brenda J Myers

International Scientific Committee


Ann Moore (Chair)
Aimee Stewart (Africa Region)
Suh-Fang Jeng (Asia Western Pacific Region)
Barbara Rau (European Region)
Patty Solomon (North America Caribbean Region)
Mariano Rocabado (South America Region 2008-2010), Israel Cruz (South America region 2010-2011)
Rob de Bie (Netherlands, host organisation)

Regional chairs
Africa Region Esther Munalula Nkandu
Asia Western Pacific Region Savita Ravindra
European Region Sarah Bazin (Antnio Lopes to May 2010)
North America Caribbean Region Stacy de Gale
South America Region David Lopez Sanchez

Subgroup chairs
International Acupuncture Association of Physical Therapists (IAAPT) Karen Keith
International Association of Physical Therapists working with Older People (IPTOP) Filiz Can
International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) Annalie Basson
International Federation of Sports Physiotherapy (IFSP) Laetitia Dekker-Bakker
International Organization of Physical Therapists in Womens Health (IOPTWH) Rebecca Stephenson
International Organisation of Physical Therapists in Paediatrics (IOPTP) Barbara Connolly
International Private Practitioners Association (IPPA) Jerry L Klug

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WCPT and KNGF management and staff

WCPT Secretariat at World Physical Therapy 2011


Secretary General Brenda J Myers
Director Professional Policy Tracy Bury
Professional Policy Consultant Catherine Sykes
Exhibition and sponsorship Stuart Attwood
Communications Mia Lockner
Administration and office support Georgina Green and Titi Ige
Editor and international press Simon Crompton
Congress operations and logistics Rachel Moore, Rivermede
Website and IT Dan Moore, Rivermede

KNGF management and staff at World Physical Therapy 2011


Chief Executive Officer Rian Veldhuizen
Manager Communications Alro Jansma
Project Manager Margret van der Mast
Venue management Annelies de Hartog
Exhibition Jolanda Engelen
Volunteers Janneke Bouwman
KNGF bursary programme Fiona Ooms
National press Danille Oudenes
Social events Jos Veldhoven
Clinical visits Esther Zuijderduijn
Professional adviser Alex Verhoeven

Where to find us
WCPT Secretariat: WCPT/scientific programme office (room G109, first floor)
General WCPT enquires: WCPT exhibition stand, #E5
KNGF management and staff : KNGF office (room G110, first floor)
General KNGF enquiries: Dutch Village, Europe foyer 2, ground floor
Press enquiries: for all national and international press enquiries please go to the press office
(room G111, first floor)

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Sponsors

WCPT wishes to thank the following sponsors and publishing partners for their support of World Physical Therapy 2011:

Platinum sponsors
HUR Stand #E4
MBT Stand #H16
Mees Healthcare BV Stand #C8

Focused symposia sponsor


GymnaUniphy Belgium Stand #C10

Gold sponsors
Dynamic Medical & Veterinary Products BV Stand #K23
Hocoma AG Stand #D15
Waegener International AG Stand #P13

Silver sponsors
DJO LLC Stand #C11
Human Tecar Stand #025
IBRAMED Stand #H14
JeeCee International Stand #N17
PINO Pharmazeutische Praparate GmbH Stand #G14
Stichting Opleidingen Musculoskeletale Therapie (SOMT) Stand #A3

Bronze sponsors
FysioSupplies Stand #L18
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) Stand #E12
Juno Medical Oy Stand #A1
PhysioTools Stand #A2
Redcord AS Stand #I11
SISSEL Stand #N12
Velbexx-17 (100% Natural Topical Analgesic & Anti-Inflammatory Balm) Stand #O24

Publishing partners
Elsevier Limited Stand #A15
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) Stand #E12
Maney Publishing Stand #F12
Wiley-Blackwell

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WCPT President - Welcome

It is a real pleasure to welcome you to the 16th international congress of the World
Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) here in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The congress was in Amsterdam back in 1970, and while for many of you this will be
your first experience at a WCPT congress, there will be those of us amongst you who
were here in 1970! A WCPT congress only happens every four years, and it is truly a
wonderful occasion when the global community of physical therapy gathers en masse.
If this is your first time at the event, ask the many physical therapists who are here for
the second, third or maybe tenth time and they will all attest to what a treat is in store
for you and the impact the event has had on their professional lives.
I know that you will be here with your professional questions seeking answers, a
readiness to expect the unexpected and to be open to new ideas and thinking, and
a thirst to learn and share with your international colleagues. While the wonderful
programme that the International Scientific Committee (ISC) has developed will keep
you busy, I also hope that you will take time out to network with friends old and new.
My sincere thanks go to the ISC who have worked with enthusiasm and commitment
to develop a programme that meets your needs and is packed with interest, variety
and learning potential. My thanks also go to the abstract mentors, reviewers, session
organisers, presenters, chairs, volunteers, clinical visit hosts and staff, who all play a
vital role in making a congress this size the success I know it will be. But a congress
needs delegates and the fact that there are over 4,000 of you here attests to our global
engagement as a profession. My thanks also go to the Royal Dutch Society for Physical
Therapy (KNGF), our hosts, for ensuring that you all have a very warm Dutch welcome
and experience physical therapy here in the Netherlands.
A final thanks to our member organisations, regions and subgroups who, through
financial and other support, have ensured as wide representation as possible at the
WCPT General Meeting and World Physical Therapy 2011.
Immerse yourself in this global gathering of physical therapists and know what it
means to be part of the international physical therapy community; now more than ever
the distance between us does not divide us but unites us.
You are in for an inspiring, if busy and exhausting, few days make the most of it!

Marilyn Moffat, President


World Confederation for Physical Therapy

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Netherlands Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport - Welcome

Moving Physical Therapy Forward

I am very pleased to be able to welcome you to the 16th international WCPT congress,
World Physical Therapy 2011. I would especially like to welcome those of you who have
travelled a long way in order to take part in this informative event.
By means of high quality presentations and sessions, this congress provides you with
a unique opportunity to learn from one another and to exchange information with
colleagues and speakers from around the world. It offers you the chance to discuss
different aspects of your profession with many others in your field. It emphasises the
fact that physical therapy has an essential position in the health care continuum and is
an active contributor to public health.
The theme of this congress Moving Physical Therapy Forward provides ample
opportunity to discuss together the further growth of the profession. You have plenty
of chance to speak, discuss and exchange ideas with other colleagues.
I hope that you will make the most of this opportunity and take great pleasure in
the coming days. You can be proud of your profession and of your contribution to
healthcare.
On behalf of the government of the Netherlands and the Ministry of Health, I wish you
a most enjoyable and informative congress.

Edith Schippers
Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport

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Amsterdam Mayor - Welcome

Amsterdam is a proud host

On behalf of the city of Amsterdam I want to extend a warm welcome to the many
physical therapists currently visiting our beautiful city. I am very proud that the World
Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) chose Amsterdam to host this important
congress.
We are proud of the many possibilities on offer by our city for the business community,
for its residents and in your case for training and accommodation. I hope that in
addition to attending the congress you will be able to enjoy Amsterdams creative,
cultural and esteemed attractions.
Once again: welcome to Amsterdam. I wish you an informative and enjoyable few days.

Eberhard van der Laan


Amsterdam Mayor

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KNGF President - Welcome

Welcome!
I have great pleasure in welcoming you to World Physical Therapy 2011. The Royal
Dutch Society for Physical Therapy (KNGF) is honoured to welcome you to our country!
The last time that the KNGF was host was in 1970.
The choice for the Netherlands was a well-considered one. Amsterdam is easily
accessible allowing many physical therapists to have the opportunity to take part. It
is an event that brings together top talent in physical therapy. Thousands of physical
therapists from all over the world will be getting together to portray their profession. It
is without doubt a unique moment.
We are proud of the contribution that physical therapy makes to health care. We know
that society is positively influenced by the timely and effective use of high-quality
physical therapy. This congress will provide the profession with renewed impetus to
deliver quality service and will have positive consequences for international health
care. Physical therapy, incorporated and supported by academia, with demonstrable
effects on the well-being and health of the population, is of importance to everyone.
It is a privilege for the KNGF to welcome you all here. Attending this congress is a
unique opportunity. The scale of the programme is enormous. Your visit ensures that
you remain up-to-date with international developments in your profession and offers
you the chance to meet colleagues from all over the world.
I therefore wish you a very pleasant and useful few days.

Bas Eenhoorn
President of the KNGF (Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy)

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KNGF Board member

Varied programme

We have been looking forward to it for a long time and finally the moment has come:
the World Physical Therapy 2011 in Amsterdam. As a KNGF committee member I am
proud to be closely involved with this congress. I can well remember the moment that
we heard from the WCPT that this year the congress would be held in the Netherlands.
It was, and it still is, a great honour for the Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy. In
the past few years we have therefore been making a tremendous effort to ensure that
we shall be the perfect host in the coming days.
The WCPT organisation has shown a high level of commitment which has resulted
in a varied programme. The congress provides all participants with the opportunity
to keep abreast of the latest developments in the field of physical therapy. There is a
wide variety of topics available, so participants can choose those subject areas that
interest them most. Each day provides something to suit everyone, allowing physical
therapists to broaden their horizons. Participants will be able to compile their own mix
of sessions, attending scientific presentations on the one day and gaining practical
knowledge on the other, enabling them to get the most out of the congress. It is also a
unique opportunity to meet many colleagues from all over the world.
The KNGF is offering bursaries to ten foreign participants as part of the Bursary
Programme. These participants are from low resource countries and the KNGF has
made it possible for these key physical therapists to attend the congress. The bursaries
cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as registration costs. It is important
that participants from these countries are especially welcomed, since they will be
passing on the information gained here to others in their own country.
I wish you all an informative and enjoyable few days at this comprehensive
international meeting.

Hans Krijgsman
Board member KNGF (Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy)

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International Scientific Committee - Welcome

On behalf of the International Scientific Committee (ISC) for World Physical Therapy
2011, I offer you a very warm welcome to Amsterdam and to this congress. This is such
a unique event in the world of physical therapy, a real celebration of the profession in
relation to patient care, service delivery and the increasing evidence base. The congress
provides a rare opportunity to network with over 4,000 physical therapists from across
the world and from every speciality.
I sincerely hope that you will be inspired by the programme which provides a
wealth of poster and platform presentations, focused symposia, discussion panels,
poster discussion sessions and networking sessions. There are some new meet the
researchers/editors sessions where you can discuss questions that you might have
about research or publication. And to complement the scientific programme there is a
comprehensive satellite programme of education sessions and clinical visits.
This year we have focused on providing as many opportunities as possible for
discussion and networking among delegates and presenters, including clinicians,
managers, educators, researchers and policy makers. This congress will see the largest
number of poster and platform presenters in the history of WCPT congresses. We had
almost 3,000 abstracts submitted for review and were delighted with the standard and
weve changed to daily posters to accommodate more in the programme.
Our advice to you is to plan your days very carefully so that you can optimise your
time at the congress and also make the most of social events and the opportunities to
simply network over lunch or at break times.
I would like to thank the large number of people who have contributed to the planning
and programming of this event. My sincere thanks go to my fellow ISC members who
have shown innovative thinking and enthusiasm over the last few years and what we
can achieve without meeting face-to-face! Thanks go to all the presenters for being
ready to share their work with us and to challenge us to think in new ways. There is a
wealth of cutting edge research among all these presentations, try not to miss any!
We are indebted to the hundreds of physical therapy abstract reviewers and mentors,
session organisers and chairs of sessions. Thanks also go to the WCPT Secretariat and
the KNGF host organisers for the boundless energy and thought they have put into the
preparation of the event. My sincere thanks and congratulations to you all.
This kind of event makes one proud to be a physical therapist and be part of such a
forward-thinking, committed and research-active profession.
Please enjoy the congress and enjoy the wonderful city of Amsterdam and the warm
hospitality of the people of the Netherlands. And for those of you from other regions of
the world, enjoy being in Europe.

Ann Moore, Chair


International Scientific Committee, World Physical Therapy 2011

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Acknowledgements

Abstract mentoring Rik Gosselink, Belgium Fiona Cramp, United Kingdom

programme coordinator Paul Helders, Netherlands Mary Cramp, United Kingdom


Suh-Fang Jeng, Taiwan Molly Crist, United States of America
Margot Skinner, New Zealand
Chris Maher, Australia Eduardo Cruz, Portugal
Dagmar Pavlu, Czech Republic Israel Cruz Velandia, Colombia
Mentors Chris Powers, United States of America Elsie Culham, Canada
Caroline Alexander, United Kingdom Aimee Stewart, South Africa Sandra Curwin, Canada
Yvonne Burns, Australia Tara Cusack, Ireland
Lesley Dawson, United Kingdom Satellite programme Vanina DalBello-Haas, Canada
John Dixon, United Kingdom
education sessions review Lesley Dawson, United Kingdom
Myriam Feige, Chile Eling D de Bruin, Switzerland
panel
Hazel Horobin, United Kingdom Elizabeth Dean, Canada
Chair: Rob de Bie, International Scientific
Jennifer Jelsma, South Africa Ina Diener, South Africa
Committee
Cherry Kilbride, United Kingdom Pieter Dijkstra, Netherlands
Sarah Bazin, United Kingdom
Haejung Lee, South Korea Jill Boissonnault, United States of America John Dixon, United Kingdom
Stephen May, United Kingdom Vanina DalBello-Haas, Canada Deb Doherty, United States of America
Bella May, United States of America Ina Diener, South Africa Joanne Dowds, Ireland
Alison McGregor, United Kingdom Alice Jones, Hong Kong Wendy Drechsler, United Kingdom
Sionnadh McLean, United Kingdom Carole Lewis, United States of America Lisa Dutton, United States of America
Vyvienne Mkumbuzi, Rwanda Eleanor Main, United Kingdom Ian Edwards, Australia
Esther Munalula-Nkandu, Zambia Hellen Myezwa, South Africa Mark Elkins, Australia
Leonardo Olate, Chile Barbara Rau, Switzerland Elizabeth Ellis, Australia
Shea Palmer, United Kingdom Mariano Rocabado, Chile Carolyn Emery, Canada
Raju Parasher, India Shirley Sahrmann, United States of Coralie English, Australia
Lorna Paul, United Kingdom America Nicola Fairhall, Australia
Celia Pechak, United States of America Shwu-Fen Wang, Taiwan Manuela Ferreira, Australia
Nikki Petty, United Kingdom Paulo Ferreira, Australia
Joanne Potterton, South Africa Reviewers Linda Fetters, United States of America
Gita Ramdharry, United Kingdom Helen Fiddler, United Kingdom
David Baxter, New Zealand
Barbara Richardson, United Kingdom Brigitte Fiechter Lienert, Switzerland
Jill Boissonnault, United States of America
Oona Scott, United Kingdom Edelle Field-Fote, United States of
Adit Chiradejnant, Thailand
James Selfe, United Kingdom America
Thomas Chiu, Hong Kong
Valerie Sparkes, United Kingdom Michael Fink, United States of America
Heather Christie, Canada
Aimee Stewart, South Africa Lorie Forwell, Canada
Leica Claydon, New Zealand
Celia Tan, Singapore Sheila Fraser, United Kingdom
Jackie Clifford, United Kingdom Moni Fricke, Canada
Raul Torres, Chile
Joan Cole, Australia Stacie Fruth, United States of America
Joan Walker, Canada
Natalie Collins, Australia Carolina Fu, Brazil
Margaret Wazakili, Malawi
Amanda Connell, Ireland Brona Fullen, Ireland
Jean Wessell, Canada
Barbara Connolly, United States of Dany Gagnon, Canada
America
Simon Gandevia, Australia
Focused symposia review Gabriel Converso, Argentina
Gunvor Gard, Sweden
panel Ann Cools, Belgium
Mary Jean Gelsomino, United States of
Chair: Patty Solomon, International Marese Cooney, Ireland America
Scientific Committee Susan Coote, Ireland George Georgoudis, Greece
Gil Almeida, Brazil Renee Cordrey, United States of America Barbara Gibson, Canada
David Baxter, New Zealand Leonardo Costa, Brazil Tiffany Gill, Australia
Ah-Cheng Goh, Japan Cheryl Cott, Canada Karen Ginn, Australia

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Acknowledgements

Leslie Glickman, United States of America Zoe Hudson, United Kingdom Jiu-jenq Lin, Taiwan
Angela Glynn, United Kingdom Maria Huijbregts, Canada Yang Hua Lin, Taiwan
Suzanne Glynn, United Kingdom Peter Huijbregts, Canada Alexandre Dias Lopes, Brazil
Antonia Gomez-Conesa, Spain Erik Hulzebos, Netherlands Antonio Lopez, Chile
Susan Gordon, Australia Deniz Inal-Ince, Turkey Paulo Lucareli, Brazil
Edward James Gorgon, Philippines Shapour Jaberzadeh, Australia Gere Luder, Switzerland
Sally Gosling, United Kingdom Tamar Jacob, Israel Yi-Jing Lue, Taiwan
Rik Gosselink, Belgium Mariette Jansen, Netherlands Gloria Amalfi Luna Corrales, Colombia
Caroline Goulet, United States of America Marianne Janssen, United States of Adriana Lunardi, Brazil
Margaret Grant, Australia America Amanda Lundvik Gyllensten, Sweden
Anita Gross, Canada Prawit Janwantanakul, Thailand Luciana Machado, Brazil
Robert Haennel, Canada Fiona Jenkins, United Kingdom Martin Mackey, Australia
Charlotte Hger, Sweden Gail Jensen, United States of America Chris Maher, Australia
Arja Hkkinen, Finland Gillian Johnson, New Zealand Arun Maiya, India
Leigh Hale, New Zealand Marjorie Johnson Hilliard, United States
Morake Elias Douglas Maleka, South
of America
Mark Hancock, Australia Africa
Anne Jones, Australia
June Hanks, United States of America Monica Maly, Canada
Robert Jones, United Kingdom
Michele Harms, United Kingdom Trish Manns, Canada
Sue Jones, Australia
Liz Harrison, Canada Amelia Marques, Brazil
Gwendolen Jull, Australia
Anne Hart, United States of America Sunita Mathur, Canada
Annelies Hartman, Netherlands Steven Kamper, Australia
Yoshimi Matsuo, Japan
Jan Hartvigsen, Denmark Cheryle Kelm, Canada
Lyndal Maxwell, Australia
Lisa Harvey, Australia Gayatri Kembhavi-Tam, United Kingdom
Stephen May, United Kingdom
Margaret Hastings, United Kingdom Daniel Kerr, United Kingdom
Alain Mayhew, Canada
Carol Heck, Canada Paula Kersten, United Kingdom
Nonceba Mbambo-Kekana, South Africa
Yvonne Heerkens, Netherlands Carolyn King, Canada
James McAuley, Australia
Stefan Hegenscheidt, Germany Judy King, Canada
Michelle McDonnell, Australia
Nathan Hellyer, United States of America Peter Kluba, United States of America
Irene McEwen, United States of America
Liv Helvik Skjaerven, Norway Gregory Kolt, Australia
Jennifer McGinley, Australia
Roberta Henderson, United States of George Koumantakis, Greece
Alison McGregor, United Kingdom
America Dean Kriellaars, Canada
Stacey McPhail, Canada
Paul Hendrick, New Zealand Raija Kuisma, United Kingdom
Luciola Menezes Costa, Australia
Nicola Heneghan, United Kingdom Tiina Kuukkanen, Finland
Patricia Meyer, Brazil
Marketta Henriksson, Sweden Liisa Laakso, Australia
Steve Milanese, Australia
Nicholas Henschke, Netherlands Rick Ladyshewsky, Australia
Pat Miller, Canada
Rob Herbert, Australia Sirpa Laitinen-Vaananen, Finland
Victoria Moerchen, United States of
Nasly Hernandez, Colombia Nancy Landinez-Parra, Colombia America
Astrid Herrera, Colombia Michel Landry, Canada Amparo Susana Mogolln Prez,
Esperanza Herrera, Colombia Birgitta Langhammer, Norway Colombia
Rana Hinman, Australia Rodrigo Latorre, Chile Ann Moore, United Kingdom
Mark Hirsch, United States of America Dana Lawrence, United States of America Prue Morgan, Australia
Phu Hoang, Australia Andrew Leaver, Australia George Stephen Morris, United States of
Ruth Hoffrichter, Germany Anna Lee, Australia America
Lorna Holcroft, Ireland Chantal Leemrijse, Netherlands Norman Morris, Australia
Liz Holey, United Kingdom Kristin Lefebvre, United States of America Lorimer Moseley, Australia
Diana Hopkins-Rosseel, Canada Ton Lenssen, Netherlands Penny Moss, Australia
Val Hopwood, United Kingdom Sandra Levi, United States of America Ratie Mpofu, South Africa
Frances Horgan, Ireland Christine Lin, Australia Witness Mudzi, South Africa

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Acknowledgements

Roland Mller, Switzerland Daniel Pinto, United States of America Charikleia Sinani, United Kingdom
Hilda Mulligan, New Zealand Rafael Pinto, Brazil Upender Singh, United States of America
Marten Munneke, Netherlands Amanda Piper, Australia Margot Skinner, New Zealand
Sue Murphy, Canada Martijn Pisters, Netherlands Nynke Smidt, Netherlands
Gina Maria Musolino, United States of Annelies Pool-Goudzwaard, Netherlands Anne Soderlund, Sweden
America Joanne Potterton, South Africa Gisela Sole, New Zealand
Naomi Kondo Nakagawa, Brazil Michel Probst, Belgium Patty Solomon, Canada
Noureddin Nakhostin Ansari, Iran Jonathan Quartey, Ghana Rohit Sontakke, Malaysia
Cathy Nall, Australia Ahmed Ramadan, United States of Sonia Souto, Spain
Manobhiram Nellutla, Rwanda America Meena Sran, Canada
Roger Nelson, United States of America Eugene Rameckers, Netherlands Clive Standen, New Zealand
Theresa Nemmers, United States of Gabrielle Rankin, United Kingdom Claire Stapleton, United Kingdom
America Barbara Rau, Switzerland Ted Stevenson, Canada
Di Newham, United Kingdom Brje Rehn, Sweden Aimee Stewart, South Africa
Joseph Ng, Hong Kong Duncan Reid, New Zealand Emma Stokes, Ireland
Maria Nijhuis-van der Sanden, Sandy Rennie, Canada Jane Sullivan, United States of America
Netherlands Jim Richards, United Kingdom Shih-Heng Sun, Taiwan
Stephanie Nixon, Canada Julie Richardson, Canada Gunnevi Sundelin, Sweden
Jaime Noguera, Venezuela Colette Ridehalgh, United Kingdom Jukka Surakka, Finland
Kathleen Norman, Canada Darren Rivett, Australia Narasimman Swaminathan, India
Ethne Nussbaum, Canada Beatriz Rodrguez Romero, Spain Jaap Swanenburg, Switzerland
Julius Nyagah, Kenya Oscar Ronzio, Argentina Annette Swinkels, United Kingdom
Kelly OBrien, Canada Nathalie Roussel, Belgium Raymond Swinkels, Netherlands
Anne OConnor, Ireland Judith Rowena, India Laura Swisher, United States of America
Olajide Olawale, Nigeria Alison Rushton, United Kingdom Luci Teixeira-Salmela, Brazil
Benita Olivier, South Africa Sally Ruston, Australia Heather Thornton, United Kingdom
Grace OMalley, Ireland Catherine Sackley, United Kingdom Anne Tiedemann, Australia
Rob Oostendorp, Netherlands Didier Saey, Canada Steve Tumilty, New Zealand
Emmanuelle Opsommer, Switzerland Shirley Sahrmann, United States of David Tumusiime, Rwanda
Deborah ORourke, United States of America Neil Tuttle, Australia
America Catherine Said, Australia Sarah Tyson, United Kingdom
Gonzalo Guillermo Ortuo Ibaez, Bolivia Nancy Salbach, Canada Bayram Unver, Turkey
Tom Overend, Canada Isabel Salvat, Spain Heleen Van Aswegen, South Africa
Shea Palmer, United Kingdom Alice Salzman, United States of America Johannes Peter Van de Leur, Netherlands
Marco Pang, Hong Kong Maria Cristina Sandoval Ortiz, Colombia Janjaap van der Net, Netherlands
Raju Parasher, India Dario Santos, Uruguay Philip van der Wees, Netherlands
Eric Parent, Canada Ruth Sapsford, Australia Ron van Empelen, Netherlands
Nivaldo Parizotto, Brazil Anthony Schneiders, New Zealand Nico Van Meeteren, Netherlands
Christine Parker, United Kingdom Veronika Schoeb, Switzerland Jessie VanSwearingen, United States of
Shane Patman, Australia Adrito Seixas, Portugal America
Celia Pechak, United States of America David Selkowitz, United States of America Ramesh Vaswani, Switzerland
Lucie Pelland, Canada Barbara Shay, Canada Cindy Veenhof, Netherlands
Leani Pereira, Brazil Pramod Shenoy, India Antoon Ven, Belgium
Monica Perracini, Brazil Lorraine Sheppard, Australia Natarajan Venkatesh, India
Kadija Perreault, Canada Margaret Sherburn, Australia Arianne Verhagen, Netherlands
Meredith Perry, New Zealand Catherine Sherrington, Australia John Verhoef, Netherlands
Cheryl Petersen, United States of America Debra Shirley, Australia Eric Vermeulen, Netherlands
Nikki Petty, United Kingdom Jane Simmonds, United Kingdom Paola Vernaza, Colombia

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Acknowledgements

Martin Verra, Switzerland Volunteer coordinator Bjorn Denissen, Netherlands


Edgar Vieira, Canada Anne Dijksma, Netherlands
Janneke Bouwman, Royal Dutch Society
Corine Visscher, Netherlands for Physiotherapy (KNGF) Sylvia Dingemans, Netherlands
Ramesh Visweswara, India Roel Duisters, Netherlands
Gordon Waddington, Australia Joan Edelstein, United States of America
Volunteers
Joan M Walker, Canada Jacqueline Eichler, Netherlands
The following volunteers, assembled
Li-Ying Wang, Taiwan Malou Eilering, Netherlands
by the Dutch host organisation, are on
Craig Wassinger, United States of America Lisa Eisenmann, France
site to welcome and assist congress
Jackie Waterfield, United Kingdom delegates: Serferaaz Elahi, Netherlands
Anita Watson, United Kingdom Soufiane Elhadi, Netherlands
Magdy Abouzeid, Egypt
Tim Watson, United Kingdom Tamara Emmerik, Netherlands
Daniel Filipe Almeida Simo, Portugal
Pauline Watter, Australia Amanda Englefield, United Kingdom
Maxwell Amoateng, Netherlands
Esther Waugh, Canada Diana Espinosa-Perkul, Netherlands
Caroline Appel, United Kingdom
Gillian Webb, Australia Maria Elba Espinoza Santos, Peru
Jennifer Audette, United States of
Leah Weinberg, Canada America Afolasade Farotimi, Nigeria
Robert Wellmon, United States of Helene Auffermann, Germany Judith Fenijn, Netherlands
America
Jatinder Bains, Canada Barbara Findenegg, Netherlands
Claire White, United Kingdom
Ummukulthoum Bakare, Nigeria Joran Adso Fromm, Netherlands
Gavin Williams, Australia
Nitesh Bansal, India Rondeep Gandhi, Canada
Renee Williams, Canada
German Augusto Baquero Sastre, Ulla Gatzky, Netherlands
Anne-Marie Wium, Denmark Colombia Voebe Gescher, Netherlands
Wai Pong Wong, Singapore Glauber Barduzzi, Brazil Anastasia Gkalaki, Bulgaria
Laurence Wood, United Kingdom Anne Baujard, Netherlands Carolyn Glatt, Netherlands
Linda Woodhouse, Canada Agnes Bazen, Netherlands Leslie Glickman, United States of America
Alexis Wright, United States of America Hannah Becker, Netherlands Lukas Glinsky, Netherlands
Virginia Wright, Canada Ella Beerens, Netherlands Norma Gonzalez, United States of
Euson Yeung, Canada America
Yoris Beljon, Netherlands
Abebaw Yohannes, United Kingdom Maaike Grovenstein, Netherlands
Marijke Blanken, Netherlands
Urabe Yukio, Japan Navin Gunganah, United Kingdom
Juliane Boljahn, Netherlands
Lotta Breed, Netherlands Ineke Hartman, Netherlands
Marjon Brinkman, Netherlands Anand Heggannavar, India
Elaine Bukowski, United States of America Sylvia Henriques, Brazil
Frauke Burfeind, Germany Luiz Carlos Hespanhol Junior, Brazil
Hedy Christians, Netherlands Terrie Hogeveen-Allen, Netherlands
Fiona Collins, Netherlands Mehran Hushyari, Netherlands
Christina Commerscheidt, Germany Miranda Huttinga, Netherlands
Tanja Conijn, Netherlands Sadiat Ibrahim, Nigeria
Michaela Cosarca, Netherlands Dyron Illidge, Netherlands
Esther Croezen, Netherlands Annika In de Braekt, Netherlands
Carola de Bruin, Netherlands Loes Jalink, Netherlands
Lous de Haart, Netherlands Marianne Janssen, United States of
Moos de Jong, Netherlands America
Chris de Jongh, Netherlands Iris Jegen, Netherlands
Marijn de Koning, Netherlands Sandra Joeris, Germany
Jacqueline de la Vega Ghisays, Sina Kaden, Netherlands
Netherlands Hans Kamerling, Netherlands
Lisa de Ruiter, Netherlands Gertrud Keizer-Potveer, Netherlands
Ashley Delaurier, Canada Jascha Kelters, Netherlands

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Acknowledgements

Khansa Kheir, Netherlands Diana Romero, Colombia Wilja Westerhof, Netherlands


Milan Klein, Netherlands Shorouq Salaman, Jordan Chris Whittle, United Kingdom
Johanna Kb, Austria Ekateina Sandakova, Netherlands Renske Wijnberg, Netherlands
Ronny Koning van Ormskirk Baloo, Caio Sarmento, United Kingdom Lonneke Willemstein, Netherlands
Netherlands Diana esnovi, Lithuania Sophie Wohlleben, Germany
Barbara Kreijtz, Netherlands Roeleke Schepers, Netherlands Elina Yl-Outinen, Finland
Tessa Kruijt, Netherlands Titia Schepers, Netherlands Farzad Yousefian, Canada
Masayoshi Kubo, Japan Marte Scherpenzeel, Netherlands This list is accurate at the time of going to
Deiael Din Fawzi Kudah, United Arab Natalie Schwarz, Germany print. Many other volunteers have since
Emirates provided voluntary support and services to
Carly Scott, Netherlands
Mayke Kummer, Netherlands congress delegates. KNGF and WCPT would
Aafke Siegers-Ploeger, Netherlands
like to extend their thanks to everyone!
Jesper Lange, Netherlands Andrea Silva, Colombia
Donna LaRocque, Canada Branko Slana, Brazil
Anne Leclerc, Canada Feline Louise Spijkerboer, Netherlands
Clinical visits
Li-Juan Lie, Netherlands Bastian Stocker, Netherlands Thank you to the administration,
Mariola Lonczak, Netherlands physical therapy staff and patients of the
Danile Storck, Netherlands
following facilities hosting scheduled
Katarina Lovric, Croatia Gwendolyn Stuut, Netherlands congress clinical visits:
Toetsie Lugtigheid, Netherlands Bernadette Mageswari Suppiah, Malaysia
Academic Medical Centre, University of
Henk Lulf, Netherlands Ankit Suri, Netherlands Amsterdam
Vicki Lynn, United States of America Swati Surkar, India Gezondheidscentrum Health Centre
Cora Maas, Netherlands Jenneth Swinamer, Canada Osdorp, Amsterdam
Nicole Marquardt, Netherlands Nina Tabben, Netherlands Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Denise McCarthy, Netherlands Jackeline Lizeth Tafur Oviedo, Colombia Hospital Lucas Andreas
Kevin Meijer, Netherlands Lili Tang, Australia Nieuw Groenendaal
Marrit Meintema, Iceland Zora ter Koele, Netherlands PACA - Paramedisch Advies Centrum
Ana Milek, Croatia Maria Tervahauta, Netherlands Aalsmeer
Marieh Mirzapourt, Iran Evelyne Thomas, Luxembourg Physiotherapy Practice Dekker,
Joo Moreira, Portugal Amstelveen
Nefeli Tompra, Netherlands
Karen Moreno, Colombia Reade Rehabilitation and Rheumatology
Yasmae Turpijn, Netherlands
Centre Amsterdam
Julie Morissette, Canada Marie Tyldum, Netherlands
Schuitemaker Physiotherapy and Manual
Anna Mossman, Netherlands Marianne Uijttewaal, Netherlands Therapy Practice, Amsterdam
Saravana Muthiah, United Kingdom Yonas Ukbaslssie, Netherlands
Winifred Njoku, Nigeria Daan van den Berg, Netherlands
Yoetsu Ogata, Japan Bastian van der Pasch, Netherlands
Chidi Ogbuehi, Nigeria Corine van Doorn, Canada
Alexandra Oguaghamba, Netherlands Frank van Eijkeren, Netherlands
Chris Okafor, Nigeria Hanna van Eijsden, Netherlands
Tinuade Olarewaju, Nigeria Marille van Es, Netherlands
Pedram Partovi, Netherlands Elza van Geffen, Netherlands
Mascha Pauelsen, Netherlands Betty van Maris, Netherlands
Veronika Pfeifer, Italy Diandra van Oosten, Canada
Monica Pinilla, Colombia Patricia van Oudheusden, Netherlands
Anastasia Pochard, France Margo Verdonk, Netherlands
Anneke Poel, Netherlands Lieke Verstegen, Netherlands
Ron Remmerswaal, Netherlands Leonie von Appen, Netherlands
Diana Paola Riodriguez Valds, Colombia Kajsa Vouzounikos, Netherlands
Inge Ris Hansen, Denmark Marcia Waijers, Netherlands
Laura Rivera, Colombia Erik Werger, Netherlands

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The World Confederation for Physical Therapy

WCPT officially came into being at its inaugural meeting of declarations of principle and position statements
on Saturday, 8 September, 1951 at the Ingenirhuset between 1991 and 1995, which provided clear statements
Restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark. There were 11 on professional issues such as independent practice,
founding associations, delegates from 14 countries and specialisation, education and use of support personnel.
120 physical therapists attending as observers.
WCPTs regionalisation, first proposed in the 1950s, finally
WCPTs founders saw a need for an international came to fruition in the 1990s with the establishment
organisation to give guidance to the profession, the of five regions and the reorganisation of the Executive
United Nations and international voluntary organisations Committee to include one member from each region.
sponsoring rehabilitation programmes, and also to
promote the international exchange of professional and As the century ended, WCPT had 81 member
scientific knowledge. organisations, a new modern image and a new emphasis
Mildred Elson, founding President of WCPT, said at the on making the most of technology to promote the
time: In 1948, when the Confederation was first discussed worldwide flow of physical therapy information. Early in
at a meeting in London, the world was just emerging the new millennium, WCPT celebrated its 50th anniversary
from the ravaging effects of World War II. The magnitude by holding a landmark meeting about evidence based
of the political, socio-economic and health problems practice for member organisations. With its emphasis on
could hardly be recognised by the average citizen then the relationship between evidence and practice, and the
any more than now. role that WCPT could play in supporting the exchange of
In its first decade, the Confederation tried to create a knowledge around the world, the event underlined the
global profile, particularly among official bodies. It made coming of age of WCPT and the profession.
contact with the United Nations and its agencies, and
made a formal application for recognition. In 2011 WCPT now has over 105 member organisations.
The declarations of principle and position statements of
The 1960s and 70s were a time of consolidation, with a
1995 have been updated to reflect changing practice,
strong emphasis on standards setting. WCPT recognised
and curriculum guidelines and practice standards have
that real improvements in physical therapy services
around the globe were unlikely until more countries had been developed to support high standards of education
their own trained teachers. and practice. Since its relaunch in April 2009, the WCPT
website has become the focal point for communication
Much of its work was in response to changes in the
physical therapy profession itself particularly the and information sharing. Using web-based technologies
increasing adoption of university degree courses as the it is easier than ever before for the international physical
gold standard in professional education. therapy community to share knowledge, collaborate
and work together to advance physical therapy and to
The expansion of the profession in the 1980s was
reflected in the growth of the Confederation. improve global health.

In the 1990s rehabilitation and disability took a higher Today, WCPT is truly a global force for the profession,
global profile than ever before. Physical therapists forging new campaigning alliances with other
associated with WCPT played a central role in initiatives international health bodies, and addressing global issues
such as an international classification of disability and such as education, regulation, recognition, workforce
sport for disabled people. issues and working conditions. It is helping physical
WCPTs growing confidence as a global leader for the therapists all over the world to talk to each other, drive up
profession was marked by the development of a set standards, and have a voice on the world stage.

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The World Confederation for Physical Therapy

WCPT congress Axxon, Physical Therapy in Belgium (Belgium)


Bermuda Physiotherapy Association (Bermuda)
The pattern of holding a WCPT international congress
every three to four years was established early in the Colegio De Fisioterapia Y Kinesiologia De Bolivia (Bolivia)
life of the organisation. World Physical Therapy 2011 in Associacao de Fisioterapeutas do Brasil (Brazil)
Amsterdam is the 16th, with previous ones held in: Bulgarian Association of Kinesitherapists and
London 1953 Rehabilitators (Bulgaria)
New York 1956 Cambodian Physical Therapy Association (Cambodia)
Paris 1959 Cameroon Society of Physiotherapy (Cameroon)
Copenhagen 1963 Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Canada)
Melbourne 1967 Colegio de Kinesiologos de Chile (Chile)
Amsterdam 1970 Asociacion Colombiana de Fisioterapia (Colombia)
Montreal 1974 Asociacion Costarricense de Terapeutas Fisicos de Costa
Rica (Costa Rica)
Tel Aviv 1978
Croatian Council of Physiotherapists (Croatia)
Stockholm 1982
Curacaose Vereniging Van Fysiotherapeuten (Curaao)
Sydney 1987
Cyprus Association of Physiotherapists (Cyprus)
London 1991
Union of Physiotherapists of the Czech Republic (Czech
Washington 1995
Republic)
Yokohama 1999
Association of Danish Physiotherapists (Denmark)
Barcelona 2003
Federacion Ecuatoriana De Fisoterepia (Ecuador)
Vancouver 2007
General Physical Therapy Syndicate of Egypt (Egypt)
Estonian Association of Physiotherapists (Estonia)
Past presidents Ethiopian Physiotherapists Association (Ethiopia)
Mildred Elson (USA) 1951-1956 Fiji Physiotherapy Association (Fiji)
Gwen Griffin (United Kingdom) 1956-1959 Finnish Association of Physiotherapists (Finland)
Rudie Agersnap (Denmark) 1959-1965 Federation Francaise des Masseurs Kinesitherapeutes
Reeducateurs (France)
Glen Park (New Zealand) 1965-1970
Deutscher Verband fuer Physiotherapie (Germany)
Doreen Moore (Canada) 1970-1974
Ghana Association of Physiotherapists (Ghana)
Eugene Michels (USA) 1974-1982
Panhellenic Physical Therapy Association (Greece)
Margrit List (Germany) 1982-1988
Asociacion Nacional de Fisioterapistas de Guatemala
Brian Davey (Australia) 1988-1991
(Guatemala)
Athula J Fernando (Canada) 1991-1995
Guyana Physiotherapy Association (Guyana)
David Teager (United Kingdom) 1995-1999
Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association (Hong Kong)
Sandra Mercer-Moore (Australia) 1999-2007
Association of Hungarian Physiotherapists (Hungary)
Marilyn Moffat (USA) 2007-2011
Association of Icelandic Physiotherapists (Iceland)
Indian Association of Physiotherapists (India)
Member organisations Indonesian Physiotherapy Association (Indonesia)
Afghan Association for Physical Therapy (Afghanistan) Iranian Physiotherapy Association (Iran)
Australian Physiotherapy Association (Australia) Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (Ireland)
Austrian Physiotherapy Association (Austria) Israeli Association of Physiotherapists (Israel)
Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists (Bahamas) Associazione Italiana Fisioterapisti (Italy)
Bahrain Physical Therapy Association (Bahrain) Jamaica Physiotherapy Association (Jamaica)
Bangladesh Physiotherapy Association (Bangladesh) Japanese Physical Therapy Association (Japan)
Barbados Physical Therapy Association (Barbados) Jordanian Physiotherapy Society (Jordan)

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The World Confederation for Physical Therapy

Kenya Society of Physiotherapists (Kenya) Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China
Korean Physical Therapy Association (Korea) (Taiwan)
Kuwaiti Physical Therapy Association (Kuwait) Association of Physiotherapists in Tanzania (Tanzania)
Latvian Physiotherapists Association (Latvia) Physical Therapy Association of Thailand (Thailand)
Order of Physiotherapists in Lebanon (Lebanon) Physiotherapy Association of Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad and Tobago)
Physiotherapeuten Verband Furstentum Liechtenstein
(Liechtenstein) Turkish Physiotherapy Association (Turkey)
Association Luxembourgeoise Des Kinesitherapeutes Uganda Association of Physiotherapy (Uganda)
(Luxembourg) Emirates Physiotherapy Society (United Arab Emirates)
Physiotherapy Association of Malawi (Malawi) Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (United Kingdom)
Malaysian Physiotherapy Association (Malaysia) American Physical Therapy Association (United States of
Malta Association of Physiotherapists (Malta) America)
Asociacin Mexicana de Fisioterapia (Mexico) Asociacion de Fisioterapeutas del Uruguay (Uruguay)
Physiotherapists Association of Montenegro Federacion Venezolana de Fisioterapeutas (Venezuela)
(Montenegro) Zambia Society of Physiotherapy (Zambia)
Namibian Society of Physiotherapy (Namibia) Zimbabwe Physiotherapy Association (Zimbabwe)
Nepal Physiotherapy Association (Nepal)
Koninklijk Nederlands Genootschap Voor Fysiotherapie Candidate organisations for admission to
(Netherlands)
membership at 17th General Meeting,
Physiotherapy New Zealand (New Zealand Society of 18-20 June 2011:
Physiotherapists) (New Zealand)
Asociacin Argentina de Kinesiologa (Argentina)
Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (Nigeria)
Macau Physical Therapists Association (Macau)
Norwegian Physiotherapist Association (Norway)
Association des Kinesitherapeutes (Mauritius)
Asociacion Panamena de Fisioterapia Y/O Kinesiologia
(Panama) Omani Physiotherapy Association (Oman)
Asociacion Peruana De Terapistas Fisicos (Peru) Pakistan Physical Therapy Association (Pakistan)
Philippine Physical Therapy Association (Philippines) Asociacion de Kenesiologos y Fisioterapeutas del
Paraguay (Paraguay)
Polish Society of Physiotherapy (Poland)
Slovakian Association of Physiotherapists (Slovakia)
Associao Portugesa de Fisioterapeutas (Portugal)
Ukranian Association of Physical Rehabilitation Specialists
Associacion Puertorriquena de Fisioterapia (Puerto Rico)
(Ukraine)
Roumanian Federation for Physiotherapy (Romania)
Axxon, Physical Therapy in Belgium* (Belgium)
Association of Rwandan Physiotherapy (Rwanda)
Saudi Physical Therapy Association (Saudi Arabia)
*Note: WCPT has had a member organisation from
Association of Physiotherapists of Serbia (Serbia) Belgium since 1955. AXXON is being presented for
Singapore Physiotherapy Association (Singapore) admission to membership as it is a new organisation
Slovenian Association of Physiotherapists (Slovenia) resulting from the merge of several bodies. The
South African Society of Physiotherapy (South Africa) participation of Belgium in WCPT and the European
Region of WCPT will be continuous and uninterrupted.
Asociacin Espaola de Fisioterapeutas (Spain)
Sri Lanka Society of Physiotherapy (Sri Lanka)
Surinaamse Vereniging Voor Fysiotherapie (Suriname)
Association of Physiotherapists of Swaziland (Swaziland)
Swedish Association of Registered Physiotherapists
(Sweden)
Schweizer Physiotherapie Verband (Switzerland)
Syrian Physical Therapy Association (Syria)

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WCPT awards programme

The WCPT awards programme recognises outstanding international contributions and leadership by physical therapists
and groups to the profession and/or global health.

Mildred Elson Award


Mildred Elson was the founding President of WCPT and a driving force in establishing the Confederation. The Mildred
Elson Award is for sustained and continuous leadership over a career and is to honour physical therapists who, like
Mildred Elson, have contributed significantly to the development of physical therapy at an international level. It is the
highest honour that WCPT can bestow. The award was established in 1987 and recipients to date have been:
1991: Elizabeth McKay - Secretary General of WCPT 1970-1986
1995: Geoffrey Maitland - clinician, teacher and author
1999: Joan Walker - educator, researcher
2003: Marilyn Moffat - educator, clinician, author
2007: Jules Rothstein - researcher, writer, educator
The recipient of the Mildred Elson Award for 2011 was announced at the WCPT General Meeting and will be presented
at the congress opening ceremony.

International Service Award and Humanitarian Service Award


In 2007 WCPT introduced awards to recognise international service and to honour individuals who have made
a significant contribution to physical therapy internationally in the areas of practice, education, research and
administration, and policy.
The Humanitarian Service Award recognises individual physical therapists who have improved peoples lives through
their exceptional care, compassion, dedication and personal commitment.
The awards were announced at the WCPT General Meeting and presented at the 60th anniversary gala dinner during
the General Meeting on 19 June.

2011 award recipients


Mildred Elson Award Stanley Paris

Humanitarian Service Award Peta Ann Schmidt

International Service Award (administration and policy development) Eckhardt Boehle


Elisabeth Haase
Antnio M Fernandes Lopes
Joyce Mothabeng

International Service Award (education) Ina Diener


Amlia Pasqual Marques
Yoriko Taguchi

International Service Award (practice) Jill Boissonnault


Elizabeth Carrington
Olwen Finlay
Prudence Galley
Gwendolen Jull

International Service Award (research) Paul JM Helders


Ann Moore

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Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy (KNGF) - host

The Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy: KNGF project group World Physical Therapy 2011:
The Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy (with Janneke Bouwman, volunteers
de Fysiotherapeut as its consumer brand) is the Jolanda Engelen, exhibitors
only professional organisation for physical therapy
Annelies de Hartog, venue management
in the Netherlands.
Fiona Ooms, bursary programme
The society represents the professional and
socio-political interests of nearly 23,000 members. Danille Oudenes, communication and
These members are physical therapists in private spokesperson
practices, hospitals, care institutions etc. Jos Veldhoven, social events
The main office of the KNGF is in Amersfoort, with Esther Zuijderduijn, clinical visits
five other regional offices. Dutch representatives on the International Scientific
The KNGF closely follows relevant developments Committee (ISC):
and is an active participant in discussions. The high
Rob de Bie, committee member
number of physical therapists represented by the
KNGF allows the organisation to let its voice be Alex Verhoeven, support
heard, also politically. Dutch speakers during the focused symposia:
KNGF members benefit from practical advice
Rob de Bie
and special offers. For example: the latest clinical
practice guidelines, the professional journal Annet Dalmeijer
FysioPraxis and the Dutch Journal of Physiotherapy, Gert Kwakkel
online news and information, printing services and Jan Pool
a large scale annual trade event: the FysioCongres. Philip van der Wees
There is a telephone number that KNGF members
The KNGF is especially grateful to the committee of
can call for individual advice.
recommendation, consisting of:
A Central Quality Register for Physical Therapy has
been introduced in order to further stimulate the Eberhard van der Laan, Amsterdam Mayor, Leon van
quality of physical therapy. Halder, VWS, Steven van Eijck, LHV and Andr Bolhuis,
NOC-NSF.
Three million people in the Netherlands visit a
physical therapist every year. Consumers are also And also to the following ambassadors who have spread
increasingly visiting their physical therapist for the word about World Physical Therapy 2011 within their
preventative physiotherapy. One of the ways in networks, thereby making an important contribution
which they find a physical therapist is through to the success of this international physical therapy
www.defysiotherapeut.com. congress:
KNGF Board: Rob de Bie, Will Bonneveld, Joost Dekker, Monique van
der Heijden, Paul Helders, Bart Koes, Hans Krijgsman, Gert
Bas Eenhoorn, President
Kwakkel, Marlene Lutgert, Ruud Maas, Marloes Meurs,
Wietse Groenink, Board member Ingrid Mulders, Ria Nijhuis, Frits Oosterveld, Annelies Pool,
Wilma Huiskamp, Board member Iris de la Rive Box, Bart Smit and Philip van der Wees.
Henri Kiers, Board member
Hans Krijgsman, Board member
Rian Veldhuizen, Chief Executive Officer
KNGF steering group World Physical Therapy 2011:
Alro Jansma, Communication Manager
Hans Krijgsman, Board member
Margret van der Mast, Project Manager
Rian Veldhuizen, Chief Executive Officer

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Sponsors

Platinum sponsors

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is different. It uses a pneumatic system called Natural Transmission that
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exercisers, seniors, those with acute or chronic impairments, athletes, disabled
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stylish footwear that is inspired by nature, grounded in biomechanical
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Focused symposia sponsor


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we would like to be more than just the supplier of the renowned
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Gold sponsors

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from injury prevention to rehabilitation after surgery, injury or from
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General information
WCPT is promoting Movement for health
Congress daily exercise programme

WCPT is pleased to offer 45 minute exercise sessions during congress. Take the
opportunity to try out a different form of exercise or new piece of equipment at one of
these sessions. All exercises are low impact and may include:

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Sessions will be held in the exercise area in hall 3 of the exhibition during break times:
10:00, 12:00, 12:45 and 15:15

Participation is on a first-come first-served basis and numbers


will depend on the space requirements of the exercise.

For further information and the full timetable please see the notice board by the exercise area.

All exercise sessions are free of charge. Any voluntary contributions will go towards humanitarian support of
WCPT member organisations whose members have been affected by natural disasters.

Forthcoming events
WCPT subgroups and regions will be holding the following events:

9th Bi-annual WCPT Africa Congress


6-9 June 2012, Nairobi, Kenya
Further details are availble at www.ksphy.org

IFOMPT Conference 2012


30 September - 5 October 2012, Quebec City, Canada
Further details are available at www.ifomptconference.org

3rd European Congress on Physiotherapy Education


8-9 November 2012, Vienna, Austria
Further details are availble at http://congress2012.physioaustria.at

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General information

Amsterdam Catering
Bike hire The following restaurants and cafs will be open at the
Bikes may be rented via the RAI Hotel and Travel Service RAI:
website (www.rai.nl/hotelservice). For group reservations
Caf Amsterdam (ground floor, near the Dutch
please e-mail Hotelservice@rai.nl. Bikes are also available
Village)
to rent from the Yellow Bike at the Amsterdam RAI train
station, a 5-10 minute walk from the RAI. Grand Caf (ground floor)
First Floor Restaurant (near the Elicium)
Getting around
The best way to get around Amsterdam is either on foot, Several concessions are also available selling a variety of
by bike or by using the extensive tram, metro, bus and snacks, drinks and light lunches.
ferry networks, all run by GVB which has an information
office at Centraal Station. A train ticket is needed for
the railways, and for all other public transport in the
Certificates
Netherlands you will need to purchase an OV-chip card, Certificates of attendance
to get the most cost-efficient options choose the card All congress delegates of World Physical Therapy 2011 will
most suited to your trip, valid from one to 7 days. receive a certificate of attendance for the days they have
attended. These will be available for collection from the
Getting to the RAI
registration desks from 12:00 pm each day.
From the centre of Amsterdam Tram 4 stops in front of the
RAI. Certificates of attendance (satellite programme)
All delegates attending a satellite programme education
The metro, train and tram also stop at the Amsterdam RAI
session will receive a certificate of attendance at the
station, a 5-10 minute walk from the convention centre.
session.
Nightlife
Certificates of presentation
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal is one of the most hip areas
Presenting authors only will receive a certificate of
in the city for bars and clubs. If you are interested in
presentation. These will be distributed at the time of the
listening to live bands and dancing the night away, head
presentation.
for the Rembrantsplein-Leidseplein area. Mainstream
clubs prefer a smart-casual dress, with no trainers or jeans.
Restaurants/dinner reservations Cloakroom
Please enquire at the main congress registration desks. Delegates can store coats and umbrellas in the cloakroom
Shopping located in the basement of the RAI near the main
The main shopping areas in Amsterdam are Leidsestraat entrance.
and Kalverstraat. Pedestrianised Leidsestraat, with its
fashion boutiques, large fashion store (Metz & Co), Congress evaluation
souvenir shops and newsagents, is the perfect place for
tourists to combine a spot of shopping with canal views Your opinion is important to us. Around the congress
and caf stops. Kalverstraat offers a combination of classy venue there are feedback postcards you can complete
department stores and fashion boutiques. and post in the boxes provided, to give us instant
feedback. Watch out for an e-mail a couple of weeks
after congress asking for more detailed feedback. This
Art and Health exhibition information is really important to help us evaluate
WCPT launched an art and health competition last year WPT2011 and to plan for WPT2015.
under the theme of Movement for Health. The winners and
runners-up of the competition may now be viewed in hall
3 of the exhibition, stand #P14.
Congress presentations
All posters and PowerPoint presentations from all
platform sessions will be available to congress delegates
Business centre via the website post-congress. Further details will be
A staffed business centre is located in the lobby of the RAI provided after the event.
Auditorium.

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General information

Continuing education credits Exercise area


Netherlands: Dutch physical therapists who are WPT2011 is leading by example in promoting Movement
registered on the Central Quality Register for Physical for Health by setting aside a space for exercise within the
Therapy (CKR) will receive six accreditation points for exhibition in hall 3. Come and take part in Pilates, yoga,
each day of the scientific programme and for any one- FUNfitness and Tai Chi classes during the breaks. For
day satellite programme education sessions attended. details take a look at the timetable posted outside the
Three points will be received for each half day satellite exercise area. Places will be allocated on a first-come first-
programme education session. All points will be added served basis.
automatically in August 2011 by KNGF.
USA: attendees from the United States of America will be
First aid or medical emergency
awarded up to 2.1 CEUs (21 contact hours) through APTA
for participation in the congress. APTA is a recognised If you require first aid services or there is a medical
CE provider in most licensure jurisdictions. In addition, emergency, the RAI have first aid attendants on site. They
the WPT2011 congress through APTA has been awarded are situated in between hall 2 and Caf Amsterdam on the
prior approval for 2.1 CEUs by the Texas Physical ground floor. If you need to contact them by telephone
Therapy Association, Ohio Physical Therapy Association, dial +31 20 549 1234.
Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision,
and the Pennsylvania State Board of Physical Therapy
and 1.5 CEUs from the Nevada Board of Physical Therapy
Green policies
Examiners. To follow our environmental policy the congress bags
for World Physical Therapy 2011 are made from recycled
Other: physical therapists in other countries are advised
plastic bottles.
to contact their member organisation to see if recognition
may be awarded for continuing education from attending Recycling bins will be situated throughout the RAI for
the congress. your use.
Amsterdam RAI aims to become the leader in the
Delegate list European conference and events industry in the area of
sustainability.
Copies of the delegate list will be available, for reference
purposes only, at the registration desks, message centre,
WCPT/scientific programme office and the press office. Hotels and housing
For housing related enquiries please go to the main
Dutch Village congress registration desks.

The Dutch Village is a perfect meeting point for congress You may also contact the RAI Hotel and Travel Service
delegates and speakers. The Village has a typical by email at hotelservice@rai.nl or telephone +31 20 549
Dutch ambiance and is the place to meet international 1946.
colleagues! It is situated at a central location in the
RAI, near both the entrance and the registration desks,
Internet caf
and is right on route to the Exhibition. The space offers
opportunities to relax and there is an Internet Caf An internet caf will be available in the Dutch Village,
available too. Take the opportunity to have a drink in Caf located on the ground floor near the registration desks.
Amsterdam (at your own expense). The Dutch Village is
organised and sponsored by the Royal Dutch Society for
Physical Therapy (KNGF).
Lost and found
Should you lose or misplace an item, please check or
inform the staff at the registration desks on the ground
floor.

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General information

Meeting room protocol 2-day registration (Tuesday/Wednesday - blue, Tuesday/


Thursday - purple, Wednesday/Thursday - white)
Every effort will be made to ensure that sessions start Delegates who have purchased a 2-day registration
and end on time. Presenters and congress delegates qualify for this badge. Delegates wearing this badge are
are all asked to work together to achieve this. This may entitled to admission to all scientific programme sessions
mean having to cut short a valuable discussion. However, and the exhibition on the 2 days they are registered.
the congress organisers request your co-operation for 2-day delegates also receive a congress bag, a copy of the
the benefit of all delegates and hope you will seize final programme and a CD of abstracts.
the opportunity to continue discussions after sessions
outside the room. Exhibitor (black)
Exhibitors have access to the exhibition hall of the
You are not permitted to make sound or video recordings, congress. Access to scientific sessions and other events
or take photographs during sessions. are not included in the exhibitor pass.
No food or beverages are allowed in meeting rooms other Volunteer
than in designated networking sessions. As a courtesy All official congress volunteers will be wearing name
to others, please also refrain from opening crinkly sweet badges, clearly stating their volunteer status. Volunteers
wrappers during the programme. will also be visible in orange t-shirts. Multilingual
volunteers will be wearing badges identifying languages
spoken.
Message centre
Handwritten messages can be left at the WCPT message
centre located near the registration desks on the ground
Prayer/meditation room
floor. There is a small room for prayer/meditation located on
the first floor of the RAI in the Topaz Lounge, room G101.

Name badges
Registration hours
As a means of identification to colleagues and for security
reasons, please wear your name badge at all times The World Physical Therapy 2011 registration desks may
during the congress sessions and events. Admittance be found on the ground floor to the right of the main
to sessions and the exhibition may be refused to those entrance to the RAI convention centre. Registration is
without identification. Replacement badges are available open during the following times:
at the registration desks at a cost of 15 per badge. Each Monday 20 June 12:00 - 19:00
name badge has a coloured band identifying the type of
Tuesday 21 June 06:30 - 18:00
registration and they are as follows:
Wednesday 22 June 06:30 - 18:00
Full congress registration (transparent) Thursday 23 June 06:30 - 17:30
Delegates who have purchased a full congress
registration qualify for this badge. Delegates wearing
this badge are entitled to admission to all scientific Smoking policy
programme sessions and the exhibition. The opening World Physical Therapy 2011 is a non-smoking event and
ceremony is only open to those full congress delegates the RAI is a non-smoking venue. Smoking is not permitted
who have a ticket for either the Auditorium or overflow in any of the buildings or at any congress event. Smoking
event in the Forum. Each delegate also receives a is permitted outside of the buildings, only in smoking
congress bag, a copy of the final programme and a CD of designated areas. If in doubt, please check with the
abstracts. convention centre or facility staff for smoking restrictions.
Daily registration (Tuesday - yellow, Wednesday - green,
Thursday - red) Social networking
Delegates who have purchased a daily registration
qualify for this badge. Delegates wearing this badge are If you are tweeting from congress please use the #tag
entitled to admission to all scientific programme sessions #WPT2011 to help followers.
and the exhibition on the day they are registered. Daily If you are planning to blog about the congress please
delegates also receive a congress bag, a copy of the final email the WCPT News and Congress News editor at
programme and a CD of abstracts. mail@simoncrompton.com, and let him know your blog
web address.

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Opening ceremony and social events

Opening ceremony Closing ceremony


The auspicious start to World Physical Therapy 2011 - Dont miss the grand finale to World Physical Therapy
hosted by WCPT and KNGF. Be prepared to be delighted 2011 as we celebrate the success of the congress. During
and enthralled by the evenings events. the closing ceremony the presentation of awards for
outstanding abstracts and presentations will also take
The opening ceremony is only open to those full congress
place. Join us as we say farewell to our Dutch hosts and
delegates who have a ticket for either the Auditorium or
introduce our hosts for World Physical Therapy 2015.
overflow event in the Forum.
The ceremony is open to full congress delegates and
Venue: Auditorium and Forum, Amsterdam RAI
those registered for Thursday 23 June. Entrance will be on
Date: Monday 20 June a first-come first-served basis.
Time: 18:30-20:00 (doors open from 18:00)
Venue: Auditorium, Amsterdam RAI
Date: Thursday 23 June
Welcome reception Time: 16:00-17:30
Immediately following the opening ceremony, the
welcome reception is the perfect opportunity for
delegates to network and catch up with old friends and
Tickets for social events
make new acquaintances. Tickets for pre-registered social events will be provided
when you collect your name badge. Please check your
Venue: Auditorium, Onyx, Forum and Ruby
ticket to confirm the event, date and time. A valid ticket
Lounges, Amsterdam RAI
must be presented to congress staff at each event so
Date: Monday 20 June please make sure to check that you have your ticket
Time: 20:00-22:00 before departing for the event!
If you would like to attend a social event and have not
pre-registered please enquire at the social events desk in
Party night the registration area for ticket availability.
Party in style at a unique location in the heart of
No tickets will be sold for any event at the door.
Amsterdam - the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. Spend an
evening enjoying the historic side of the city where old
grandeur meets modern life. A buffet dinner will be
served in the elegant surroundings of the Winter Garden
Tours
followed by an evening of dancing in the ballroom. For all daily tours please visit the tours desk located in the
registration area.
Venue: Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
Dam 9, 1012 JS Amsterdam
Date: Wednesday 22 June
Time: 20:00 - 24:00
Dress code: Smart/casual
Getting there: Centraal Station is the nearest train, metro
and tram station. Trams 4, 9, 16 and 24
stop in front of the hotel.

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Scientific programme guide
Scientific programme guide

Programme theme to the subject internationally. Each symposium will last


1.5 hours and include plenty of time for discussion with
A varied scientific programme with different session
the audience.
formats will ensure that there is something on offer for
everyone. The theme, Moving Physical Therapy Forward, Focused symposia are sponsored by:
will focus on the most significant issues, clinical topics,
challenges and opportunities for physical therapists
around the world. Where better to move physical therapy
forward than at its prestigious international congress?
WCPT congresses have a reputation for being inclusive,
embracing diversity and providing an environment
where experiences can be shared, lessons learnt, life-long
Discussion panels
friendships made and a new outlook on the profession
developed. They provide an opportunity to generate Discussion panels will provide delegates with the
grand ideas that could change the profession. For some opportunity to explore some current issues and
people, the experience is also life changing. hot topics in a lively discussion with experts. These
sessions are programmed for 1.5 hours and start with
Five core programme tracks have been used to draw
a brief introduction by the chair and short stimulus
together different sessions that complement each other
presentations from each member of the panel. The
and underpin the theme:
audience will have the opportunity to pose questions to
global health stimulate discussion among panel members and with
professional issues the audience. Constructive controversy and debate are
welcome.
professional practice
education
research methodology Networking sessions
A number of group networking sessions will take place
during congress. Key topics have been chosen based
Programme structure
on requests from physical therapists around the world
A WCPT congress is a large event with contributors and hot topics for the profession. These sessions offer an
and delegates coming from all over the world and informal opportunity to meet and talk with colleagues
from all sectors of the profession. The programme has who share a common interest, and to make new and
been structured to give breadth and offer choice, while renew acquaintances from previous congresses. A
providing cohesive programming. designated chair will facilitate these open discussions.
Presentations and sessions have been programmed by They will be predominantly held at breakfast or lunch
subject to try and avoid session clashes and maximise time and last 1-1.5 hours.
cohesive complementary sessions to give a topic focus to Session chairs welcome any issues relevant to the topic.
days. All sessions will also consider how to keep the discussions
and communication going after WPT2011.
New for WPT2011 are three meet the researchers/editors
Types of sessions sessions where a chair and 16 facilitators will lead round
Focused symposia table discussions on a variety of research and publishing
topics with the opportunity for delegates to move round
The focused symposia for World Physical Therapy 2011
tables and cover different topics. These include:
include speakers from all of WCPTs five regions and will
ensure that delegates are exposed to up to date research writing for publication first attempts
and knowledge from around the world. writing abstracts
Each focused symposium is organised by a convenor who how to get started in research
is a recognised expert/authority in the field. He/she will research career pathways
lead an international group of presenters through a series research design questions
of thematically linked and research focused presentations,
what is required to be a good journal reviewer
concluding with key take-home messages for practice,
research, education, management and/or policy, relevant

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Scientific programme guide

WCPT seminars Abstract categories


WCPT seminars are a new element on the WPT2011 Platform, posters and poster discussion presentations fall
congress programme. The seminars are organised and into the following categories:
hosted by WCPT and are designed to:
Research reports
introduce congress delegates to some of WCPTs Research reports are presentations of original scientific
international work data encompassing any established research approach,
to discuss the application of some of WCPTs design or method.
resources Special interest reports
to facilitate information sharing and promote Special interest reports include presentations of new
collaboration on policy initiatives or unique programmes or theories and descriptions of
engage delegates with the work of WCPT innovative ways in which established methods have
been adapted to meet the needs of physical therapy
The seminars will be a combination of introductory practice, management, education or policy. They include
background material, updates and round table interactive professional resource materials, such as computer-based
discussions. programmes, training or audiovisual material.
All delegates to WPT2011 are welcome to attend WCPT
seminars. They may be of particular interest to officers
and/or staff working with a WCPT member organisation, Abstract awards
or a physical therapy regulatory authority.
Awards for outstanding abstracts
The International Scientific Committee will be making
a number of awards for outstanding abstracts and
Abstracts presentations. The judging will be based on a combined
Platform presentations assessment of abstract and presentation quality. The
A platform presentation is a 12 minute oral presentation awards will be announced at the congress closing
of a paper followed by 3 minutes of question time, ceremony on 23 June 2011 at 16:00 in the RAI Amsterdam
moderated by a chair. Papers will be grouped together Auditorium.
around related topics and there will be between 3 and 6 Outstanding abstract and presentation awards will be
papers per session. Sessions will be up to 1.5 hours. given in the following categories:
Poster presentations Africa Region
Posters are reports summarising information using brief
Asia Western Pacific Region
written statements and graphic materials, such as graphs,
charts, figures and photographs, mounted on a poster European Region
board. Presenters will be assigned a specific time when North America Caribbean Region
they will be at their poster for discussion with delegates South America Region
over the lunch break. Posters on display will be changed
Platform presentation: research report
each day of the congress and will be grouped by topic.
Posters will be on display during exhibition hours and are Platform presentation: special interest report
located in the two exhibition halls. Poster presentation: research report

Poster discussion sessions Poster presentation: special interest report


These interactive poster discussion sessions are led by a Poster discussion session: research report
chair with expertise in the topic or research methodology. Poster discussion session: special interest report
Presenting authors have 5 minutes to discuss the key
points arising from their work, highlighting the areas in
which they would particularly welcome discussion with
the chair and audience. There will then be an opportunity
for delegates to view the posters and discuss them with
the presenters. The chair will then reconvene the session
inviting presenters to answer questions from the floor.
This type of session is very valuable for drawing out the
relationships between research endeavours, discussing
interesting findings or methodological challenges, and for
establishing research networks.

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Scientific programme guide

Publication of congress proceedings Special group meetings


WCPT recognises that many researchers will in time Journal editors
develop their congress papers into journal publications. The meeting of the International Society of
Through WCPTs publishing agreement with Elsevier, Physiotherapy Journal Editors will take place on Tuesday
all congress abstracts will be published as an on-line 21 June, 16:00-17:30 at the RAI, room E108 on the first
supplement to their Physiotherapy journal. All of WCPTs floor. The meeting is open to all editors/associate editors
publishing partners for congress will be encouraging of a physical therapy related journal.
presenters to submit papers for publication post-
Subgroups
congress. Presenters may be approached by any editors/
WCPT subgroups will be holding closed meetings of their
editorial board members and any paper submitted will be
members during the week of the congress. If you would
subject to the normal editorial and peer review processes
like to know more about a particular subgroup please go
of the journals concerned. WCPT welcomes this as a
to the WCPT stand in the exhibition hall (stand #E5).
means of facilitating wider dissemination of high quality
research and service innovation. This does not preclude International Acupuncture Association of Physical
approaches from other journal editors. Therapists (IAAPT)
International Association of Physical Therapists
working with Older People (IPTOP)
International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative
Physical Therapists (IFOMPT)
International Federation of Sports Physiotherapy
(IFSP)
International Organisation of Physical Therapists in
Paediatrics (IOPTP)
International Organization of Physical Therapists in
Womens Health (IOPTWH)
International Private Practitioners Association (IPPA)
The subgroup chairs/presidents and their representatives
additionally have a closed business meeting on
Wednesday 22 June, 13:45-15:30 at the RAI, room G105
on the first floor.

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Date Monday 20th June Tuesday 21st June Wednesday 22nd June Thursday 23rd June Friday 24th June
25th

Clinical Novotel Clinical Novotel Clinical


Location Hogeschool van Amsterdam University Novotel Hotel RAI RAI Novotel Hotel Hogeschool van Amsterdam University Novotel
sites Hotel Sites Hotel Sites Hotel
Rosa Rosa Rosa Rosa Rosa
Room D266 C035 D158 D050 D264 D256 D262 Calla 1 E108 E108 Rosa 4 D158 D264 D050 C035 D262
5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6 5-6
Time
08:30

09:00

09:30

10:00

10:30

11:00

Motor control

Clinical reasoning
11:30

Clinical visits
Clinical visits
Clinical visits
12:00

12:30
ICF

13:00

Vertigo
Education

13:30

Older people
Osteoporosis

Cervical spine
Physical activity
Paediatrics Day 1
Paediatrics Day 2

Core stabilisation

Parkinson's disease

14:00

Global health summit


Cardiothoracic surgery

Cardiovascular disorders
14:30

Ankle injuries [Dutch/English]

IOPTWH Anorectal Dysfunction


15:00

Moving forward - occupational health


Clinical visits
Clinical visits
Clinical visits

Electrotherapy, laser and tissue healing


EBP-Critical appraisal [Spanish/English]
15:30

16:00

Prognosis
Walking speed
Satellite programme education sessions planner

16:30

17:00

17:30

Session times and rooms may vary from those published.


All satellite programme education sessions and clinical visits carry a separate fee.
Satellite programme education sessions

A range of education sessions and clinical visits are offered to complement the scientific programme, with a focus
on applied knowledge and skills. These are only open to registered delegates and must be pre-booked and paid in
advance. If you are interested in attending an education session or clinical visit and have not pre-booked, please
enquire at the main congress registration desks at the RAI for last minute availability. Please note that satellite
programme education sessions and clinical visits carry a separate fee.

Satellite programme education sessions


Education sessions are designed to actively engage participants, via a range of learning formats, to explore issues in
depth in an area of clinical practice, education, management, research or policy.
The dates and venues for each of the satellite programme education sessions are:

Monday 20 June 2011


Title: Cervical arterial dysfunction and beyond: complex differential diagnosis of the cervical spine
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Roger Kerry (United Kingdom), Alan Taylor (United Kingdom)

Title: Evidence based physiotherapy and assessment of quality of the systematic reviews and clinical
trials (This session will be conducted in both English and Spanish)
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Antonia Gmez-Conesa (Spain), Carmen Surez Serrano (Spain)

Title: Promoting tissue healing with electrotherapy and laser: understanding therapeutic actions,
including prevention, assessment and treatment of chronic wounds
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Ethne Nussbaum (Canada), Philip Gabel (Australia), Jan Bjordal (Norway), Pamela Houghton (Canada)

Title: Moving forward - occupational health (broadening the scope of physiotherapy practice in work
injury prevention and management)
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Paul Rothmore (Australia), Rose Boucaut (Australia), Gunvor Gard (Sweden), Elizabet Schell (Sweden),
Martin Mackey (Australia), Mike Fray (United Kingdom), Dee Daley (United States of America),
Venerina Johnston (Australia)

Title: Move it! Evidence based evaluation and treatment for back and knee pain in older persons
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Carole Lewis (United States of America) (This session is supported by IPTOP)

Title: Physical activity for clinical populations: measurement and interventions


Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Suzanne McDonough (United Kingdom), Mark Tully (United Kingdom), Judy Bradley (United
Kingdom), Brenda ONeill (United Kingdom), David Baxter (New Zealand), Dierdre Hurley (Ireland)

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Satellite programme education sessions

Title: Evaluation and intervention of vestibular hypofunction and benign paroxysmal positional
vertigo
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Susan Whitney (United States of America), Michael Schubert (United States of America)

Tuesday 21 June 2011


Title: The second physical therapy summit on global health: promoting healthy lifestyles to reduce
disease burden
Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Elizabeth Dean (Canada), Gloria Umerah (Nigeria), Margot Skinner (New Zealand), Armele Dornelas
de Andrade (Brazil), Grainne ODonoghue (Ireland)

Title: Physiotherapeutic management of anorectal dysfunction in adults and children


Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (1 day course, 08:30-16:30)
Speakers: Marijke Slieker-ten-Hove (Netherlands), Jenneke Kalkdijk (Netherlands), Marc Benninga
(Netherlands), Richelle Felt-Bersma (Netherlands), Netty Bluyssen (Netherlands), David Zimmerman
(Netherlands), Richard A Th M Langemeijer (Netherlands), Ulla Due (Denmark) (This session is
supported by IOPTWH)

Wednesday 22 June 2011


Title: Current insights in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of ankle injuries (This session will be
conducted in both English and Dutch)
Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Philip van der Wees (Netherlands), Peter Vaes (Belgium), Robert van Cingel (Netherlands), Evert
Verhagen (Netherlands), Erik Witvrouw (Belgium)

Title: Contemporary models and practical tools in clinical reasoning and clinical decision making
Venue: RAI: Room E108 (half day course, 08:30-12:30)
Speakers: Erik Thoomes (Netherlands), Lenerdene Levesque (Canada), Bill Vicenzino (Australia), Karim Kahn
(Canada) (This session is supported by IFSP and IFOMPT)

Title: Prognosis: a case-based approach to help with effective and efficient care of patients
Venue: RAI: Room E108 (half day course, 13:45-17:30)
Speakers: Roger Nelson (United States of America), Paul Beattie (United States of America), Kevin Basile (United
States of America), Leonardo Costa (Brazil)

Thursday 23 June 2011


Title: Best practice for patients with cardiovascular disorders
Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Lisa Dehner (United States of America), Karen Holtgrefe (United States of America)

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Satellite programme education sessions

Title: Interventions for stability aspects of motor control: developmental and neurologic disorders
across the lifespan
Venue: RAI: Room E108 (half day course, 08:30-12:30)
Speakers: Monica Diamond (United States of America), Deborah Nervik (United States of America), Dennis Fell
(United States of America)

Title: Assessing walking speed as the vital sign for function


Venue: RAI: Room E108 (half day course, 13:45-17:00)
Speakers: Stacy Fritz (United States of America), Pamela Duncan (United States of America)

Friday 24 June 2011


Title: Physiotherapy in Parkinsons disease (PD): towards evidence based practice
Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Samyra Keus (Netherlands), Marten Munneke (Netherlands), Bastiaan Bloem (Netherlands), Meg
Morris (Australia), Margaret Mak (Hong Kong), Ann Ashburn (United Kingdom), Victoria Goodwin
(United Kingdom), Yvo Kamsma (Netherlands), Alice Nieuwboer (Belgium), Erwin van Wegen
(Netherlands), Lee Dibble (United States of America), Lynn Rochester (United Kingdom), Gert
Kwakkel (Netherlands), Maarten Nijkrake (Netherlands), Mark Hirsch (United States of America)

Title: Education: a global issue


Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Gillian Webb (Australia), Margaret Grant (Australia), Lesley Bainbridge (Canada), Trevor Russell
(Australia), Reuben Escorpizo (Switzerland), Firdouza Waggie (South Africa)

Title: Principles to practice: ICF tools from the World Health Organization
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Janice Miller (Canada), Catherine Sykes (Australia), Jennifer Jelsma (South Africa), Claire Kerr (United
Kingdom), Brona McDowell (United Kingdom)

Title: Osteoporosis and low bone mass: examination and exercise prescription in the real world
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Karen Kemmis (United States of America), Marilyn Moffat (United States of America)

Title: Automatic core stabilisation: facilitating a functional core response through dynamic postures
and motor control
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (1 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Vicky Johnson (United States of America), Gregory Johnson (United States of America)

Title: Cardiothoracic surgery precautions vs optimising rehabilitation: future directions for patient
management across practice settings
Venue: Hogeschool van Amsterdam (half day course, 08:30-12:30)
Speakers: Tanya LaPier (United States of America), Andrew Hirschhorn (Australia)

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Satellite programme education sessions

Friday 24 - Saturday 25 June 2011


Title: Global perspectives on decision-making, measurement, and participation of children with
disabilities
Venue: Hotel Novotel Amsterdam City (2 day course, 08:30-17:30)
Speakers: Sarah Westcott McCoy (United States of America), Robert Palisano (United States of America), Dale
Scalise-Smith (United States of America), Hilda Mulligan (New Zealand), Doreen Bartlett (Canada),
Lisa Chiarello (United States of America), Lynn Jeffries (United States of America), Margo Orlin
(United States of America), Barbara Connolly (United States of America), Maria Nijhuis van der
Sanden (Netherlands), Nihad Almasri (United States of America)

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Satellite programme clinical visits

Clinical visits
The KNGF has arranged for public and private institutions with physical therapy to open their doors to visits by
WPT2011 delegates. These have been arranged to provide you with an opportunity to:
observe local physical therapists in action
learn about the local healthcare system
discuss the approach to patient management with local physical therapists
Clinical visits are only open to full congress delegates who have pre-booked a visit as part of their registration. If you
have pre-registered your ticket will be in your registration package. Please check the departure time on your ticket. The
meeting point for clinical visit departures is the Auditorium Lounge, to the left of the stairs on the ground floor, at the
RAI Convention Centre. Each visit will last around 2.5 hours including transfer time.
If you are a full congress delegate and have not pre-booked a clinical visit as part of your registration but are interested
in one of the visits, please enquire at the congress registration desks for ticket availability.

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Satellite programme clinical visits

Information for clinical visit registrants List of clinical visits facilities by specialty
Clinical visits will cover a wide range of specialties and Specialty Facility and colour code
offer a snapshot of how these specialised areas are
Cardiac rehabilitation Hospital Lucas Andreas - red
managed by physical therapists in the Netherlands. A
total of 9 facilities will host over 200 delegates during the Reade Rehabilitation and
congress. Rheumatology Centre
Amsterdam - green
If you have pre-registered for a clinical visit, you will have
received a ticket in your delegate registration package. Hand rehabilitation Academic Medical Centre,
Please note which day your visit is scheduled for. We University of Amsterdam -
anticipate the clinical visits to be fully subscribed so if you blue
miss your visit we will not be able to accommodate you Neurology: falls
on another day. prevention and training Reade Rehabilitation and
Please meet at the RAI in the Auditorium Lounge (to the Rheumatology Centre
left of the staircase) at: Amsterdam - bright green

9:45 if you have a morning visit at 10:00 Neurology:


12:15 if you have an afternoon visit at 12:30 Parkinsons disease Hospital Lucas Andreas - dark
red
13:15 if you have an afternoon visit at 13:30
Neurology:
Congress volunteers will be in the Auditorium Lounge
rehabilitation Academic Medical Centre,
holding signs for each facility. The signs are colour coded
University of Amsterdam -
by facility, so please note the colour associated with the
dark blue
facility you are visiting on the table opposite and look
for that colour. Locate the volunteer holding the sign Older people: physical
matching the facility on your ticket and report to him/ fitness testing PACA - Paramedisch Advies
her for direction. A volunteer will accompany each group Centrum Aalsmeer
to the facility. Delegates who miss the group departure (physiotherapy practice) -
will be responsible for getting themselves to or from light pink
the facility. The departure point for all visits is the RAI Older people: physical
Convention Centre at the bus parking in front of the main fitness training Physiotherapy Practice Dekker,
entrance. Amstelveen - pink
The visit will last approximately 2.5 hours. A physical Orthopaedics: shoulder Schuitemaker Physiotherapy
therapist at the facility will be available to conduct each and Manual Therapy Practice,
visit in the various specialties and to engage in discussion Amsterdam - orange
with the group. Your visit may not necessarily include the
full range of inpatient and outpatient services, but will Outpatients and
focus on the patient population treated at that particular clinical education Hogeschool van Amsterdam
site. Please respect the clinical environment and for - yellow
reasons of confidentiality, the physical therapists are Paediatrics Academic Medical Centre,
unable to discuss or answer questions about individual University of Amsterdam -
patients. At the end of the visit a volunteer will escort you grey
back to the RAI Convention Centre.
Private practice Nieuw Groenendaal - lavender
If you have registered for a clinical visit and are unable to
attend please return your ticket to the registration desk as Pulmonary rehabilitation
there are waiting lists for most visits. and chronic diseases Gezondheidscentrum Health
Centre Osdorp, Amsterdam
A special note of thanks to all the facilities hosting clinical - violet
visits.

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Scientific programme
Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

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Venue RAI Ground Floor RAI First Floor RAI Elicium 1st Floor RAI Elicium 2nd Floor Venue

G102-103 Elicium Elicium


Room Auditorium Forum Emerald Room E104-105 E106-107 E103 G104 G105 G108 E108 Elicium 1 Elicium 2 Room
Topaz D201-202 D203-204

Time Time
07:00 07:00

NWS:
NWS:
Sports therapy
Manual therapy (IFOMPT)
(IFSP)

08:30 08:30

PDS: PL: FS:


PL: PL: PL: Exhibitor FS: PL:
FS: Kinesiology / Methods of NWS: Stroke: PL:
Imaging & Musculoskeletal: Occupational WS: World PT day seminars: EBP: web-based Older people:
Physical activity movement teaching & Regulation Cochrane Service delivery 1
diagnostics rheumatology 1 health Hocoma resources balance & falls 1
analysis learning 1 reviews

10:00 10:00

10:45 10:45
PL:
Primary health FS:
PDS: DP: care PL:
FS: PL: EBP: PL: PL:
Methods of Sporting events Electrophysical & WS: From policy NWS: PL:
Spinal Professional development of Neurology: Older people:
teaching & and public PL: isothermal to practice Student physical therapists forum Sports injuries
manipulation issues: general recommend- stroke 1 balance & falls 2
learning profile Equipment/ agents 1
ations
orthotics/
prosthetics
12:15 12:15

NWS: NWS:
LUNCH NWS: LUNCH
Occupational Spinal cord Exhibitor
Neuroscience
health injuries seminars: HUR
Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing (INPA) Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing
(IFPTOHE) (SCI-PT)

13:45 13:45

FS: PL:
PL: PDS: PL: NWS: FS: PL: PL: PL:
Daily planner - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Education: post- DP: Therapeutic Kinesiology & NWS: Exhibitor


Musculoskeletal: Professional Musculsoskeletal: Electrophysical Stroke: Clinical Qualifying Older people:
professional exercise movement Meet the researchers/editors seminars: HUR
spine 1 issues: general orthopaedics agents (ISEAPT) rehabilitation guidelines education general 1
standards analysis
a a ys s

15:15 15:15

16:00 16:00

PDS: PL: PL:


PL: DP: PL: WS: ISPJE closed PL: PL: PL:
Neurology: PL: Electrophysical & NWS: Research
Health promotion Advanced Musculoskeletal: Professional business Neurology: Musculoskeletal: Education:
spinal cord Service delivery 2 isothermal Older people (IPTOP) methodology:
& wellbeing practice rheumatology 2 alliances meeting stroke 2 spine 2 general
injuries agents 2 general

17:30 17:30

Session Key

FS: Focused symposia PDS: Poster discussion sessions

DP: Discussion panel NWS: Networking sessions

Sessiontimesmayvaryfromthosepublished.Duetocircustancesbeyondourcontrol,changeswillbemadetothe
PL: Platform abstracts WS: WCPT seminars programmeafterithas beensentforprinting.Wewilldoourbesttokeepdelegatesinformedofallchanges
Hall 3 Hall 2
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22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24
Poster
23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25
Info
24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26
Poster
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Info
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313 312 311 310 309 308 307 306 305 304 303 302 301 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213

Session Poster positions Session Poster positions

Advanced practice 301-01 to 301-13 Community based rehabilitation 201-02 to 201-05


Continuing professional development 301-15 to 302-16 Education: general 201-06 to 202-18
Equipment / orthotics / prosthetics 302-18 to 303-07 Electrophysical & isothermal agents 202-20 to 204-20
Exercise prescription 303-09 to 304-14 Evidence based practice 204-21 to 204-27
Health promotion & wellbeing 304-16 to 305-18 Global health: general 204-28 to 205-04
Poster displays - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Musculoskeletal: orthopaedics 305-20 to 308-03 Imaging & diagnostics 205-06 to 205-20


Musculoskeletal: rheumatology 308-04 to 309-22 Knowledge translation 205-22 to 206-02
Older people: balance & falls 309-24 to 312-14 Musculoskeletal: spine 206-04 to 207-04
Professional issues: general 312-16 to 312-20 Neurology: spinal cord injury 207-06 to 207-18
Qualifying education 313-01 to 313-15 Neurology: stroke 207-22 to 210-02
Occupational health 210-04 to 211-02
Physical inactivity 211-04 to 211-18
Professional ethics 211-20 to 211-22
Professional regulation 211-23 to 211-27
Public health 212-01 to 212-07
Sports injuries 212-09 to 213-25

Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00)
Poster presenters have been assigned a period of 1 hour (either 12:00-13:00 or 13:00-14:00) when they must be at their displays to discuss their poster with delegates
To help delegates navigate the poster area all poster displays have been formatted as Row Number - Board number - Day . For example RR-PO-309-25-Tue will be in row 309, at position 25 on Tuesday.

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Row numbers 301-313 are in Hall 3, at the back left as you enter the exhibition area. Row numbers 201-213 are in Hall 2, at the back right as you enter.

Tuesday
Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


Global physical activity transitions: emerging measurement and therapeutic
opportunity?

Venue: RAI: Auditorium


Presenters: Mark Tremblay (Canada), Vincent Onywera (Kenya), Shuichi Obuchi (Japan), Esko Malkia (Finland)

Learning objectives
1. To describe the physical activity transitions occurring in high, medium and low income countries including the
putative individual, societal and environmental factors contributing to the transition to sedentary living and the
implications for injury and rehabilitation.
2. To discuss the importance of physical activity behaviours to therapeutic treatment and success. Concepts such as
behaviour compensation, sedentarism and non-exercise activity thermogenesis will be explored in the context of
acute and chronic treatment and prevention strategies.
3. To describe methods for measuring and monitoring physical activity for individual patients, groups and populations
including assessing sedentary, light, moderate, and vigorous physical activity at home, work, play and in transit.

Description
High income countries around the world have experienced dramatic increases in obesity and sedentary behaviours
in both sexes, all income and ethnic groups, and at all ages. Low and middle income countries are showing similar
transitions in lifestyle behaviours. Patients who have high levels of habitual physical activity, although at slightly
elevated risk of acute injury, have lower risk of non-communicable disease, better prognosis after injury, and
accelerated recovery times. The global physical activity transition forecasts an acceleration in lifestyle precipitated
musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory disorders manifested by excess sedentarism (sitting), poor posture, obesity and
low fitness.
This session with integrated topics begins with the global trends towards sedentarism, links with physical therapy
scope of practice and emerging therapeutic opportunities, and provides practical guidance on how and why to
carefully measure and monitor physical activity to optimise patient treatment and prevention strategies.
Topics to be covered include:
global physical activity transition and its implications to population health and wellness, with a focus on middle
and low income countries
the emerging problems of childhood obesity and inactivity in Kenya, problems that threaten the countrys global
dominance in endurance athletics while decreasing the productivity of the workforce and further straining a
health care system already overwhelmed by communicable disease challenges
the insidious diminution of non-exercise activity thermogenesis and incidental movements in a culture seduced
by sedentary pursuits
the importance of physical activity measurement and promotion to prevent frailty progression in the elderly
population
practical suggestions for physical activity measurement in therapeutic settings anchored in the WHO
International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health framework

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
08:30-10:00 Focused symposium
Cochrane systematic review - enabling evidence-based physiotherapy after stroke

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Jan Mehrholz (Germany), Alex Pollock (United Kingdom), Anne Moseley (Australia), Rebecca States
(United States of America)

Learning objectives
1. To be familiar with the work of the Cochrane Collaboration and with Cochrane systematic reviews.
2. To recognise the relevance of Cochrane systematic reviews to clinical physiotherapy practice, and to know where
there currently is evidence relating to physiotherapy for instance for physiotherapy after stroke.
3. To have a detailed understanding of the implications of three key Cochrane systematic reviews to stroke
physiotherapy practice.

Description
This symposium will focus on the use of Cochrane systematic reviews to facilitate the delivery of evidence-based stroke
physiotherapy practice.
The Cochrane Collaboration is an international not for profit organisation that aims to help people make well-informed
decisions about healthcare by preparing, maintaining and promoting the accessibility of systematic reviews of the
effects of health care interventions. Cochrane systematic reviews aim to provide a reliable source that summarises the
best evidence on the effects of a particular healthcare intervention at a particular point in time. Cochrane reviews have
been recognised as providing the highest quality healthcare evidence. Systematic reviews of complex interventions,
such as hands-on physiotherapy treatments, have a number of methodological challenges. There is evidence to suggest
that Cochrane reviews of physiotherapy interventions use more rigorous methods than non-Cochrane reviews, and
that the Cochrane reviews are less prone to bias. The results of Cochrane systematic reviews therefore have important
implications for patients, carers, practitioners, educators, managers and policy-makers with an interest in evidence-
based stroke physiotherapy.
There are approximately 30 completed Cochrane systematic reviews directly relevant to stroke physiotherapy and
a further approximately 30 Cochrane systematic reviews relevant to the wider field of stroke rehabilitation. These
reviews cover a wide range of physiotherapy and rehabilitation interventions. Detailed overviews of three key Cochrane
systematic reviews will be delivered, and the clinical implications of these reviews discussed.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


Web-based resources to support evidence-based physiotherapy

Venue: RAI: Elicium 2


Presenters: Catherine Sherrington (Australia), David Scalzitti (United States of America), Lucie Brosseau (Canada),
Rob de Bie (Netherlands), Leonardo Costa (Brazil)

Learning objectives
This symposium will provide the opportunity for clinicians, researchers, educators, consumers/clients, health
administrators and health policy makers interested in evidence-based physiotherapy to:
1. describe important developments in evidence-based physiotherapy
2. understand the key features of 5 web-based resources designed to support evidence-based physiotherapy
3. generate strategies to improve access to the physiotherapy evidence

Description
Evidence-based physiotherapy is physiotherapy informed by relevant, high quality, clinical research, patient preferences
and the physiotherapists practice knowledge. For the past 15 years physiotherapists have been encouraged to take an
evidence-based approach to clinical practice. Poor access to high-quality research is a common barrier to implementing
evidence-based physiotherapy. There are now a number of web-based resources available which facilitate access to
high-quality evidence in physiotherapy. Four of these resources will be discussed in detail (PEDro, CEBP Maastricht,
Hooked on Evidence, Clinical Practice Rehabilitation Guidelines and The Arthritis Society). The benefits of each resource
will be discussed and how the resources complement one another. Discussion between the presenters and the
audience will generate strategies to improve access to physiotherapy evidence and how to implement EBP in clinical
practice.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
10:45-12:15 Focused symposium
Spinal manipulation - evidence for physiotherapist delivery of effective procedures

Venue: RAI: Auditorium


Presenters: Duncan Reid (New Zealand), Timothy Flynn (United States of America), Wayne Hing (New Zealand),
Chris McCarthy (United Kingdom), Pieter Westerhuis (Switzerland)

Learning objectives
1. Demonstrate an increased understanding of the evidence for the use of spinal manipulation in the management of
musculoskeletal conditions.
2. Demonstrate an increased understanding of the required screening procedures to provide safe practice of spinal
manipulation.
3. Demonstrate an increased understanding of different approaches to deliver HVT and undergraduate and post
graduate level.

Description
Spinal manipulative techniques, both peripheral and spinal, particularly those using high velocity thrust (HVT) have
become an integral part of treatment for those physiotherapists involved in the management of musculoskeletal
conditions. The evidence for the effectiveness of such techniques is variable but it is growing, particularly for conditions
such as cervicogenic headache and acute low back pain. However in some areas, particularly the cervical spine there is
an element of risk associated with the delivery of manipulative techniques and debate about whether the evidence for
effectiveness of HVT is sufficient to warrant the use of such techniques.
The purpose of this symposium is to provide information on the current efficacy of spinal manipulation in the
management of a range of musculoskeletal conditions, to provide information on the current screening procedures
to reduce risk and provide information on current trends in the delivery of such techniques in undergraduate and
postgraduate curricula.
The discussion will explore different experiences of spinal manipulation, the challenges in teaching safe practice and
evidence for clinical effectiveness.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

10:45-12:15 Focused symposium


Development of evidence-based recommendations for physical therapy diagnosis and
treatment

Venue: RAI: Elicium 2


Presenters: Philip van der Wees (Netherlands), Rob Herbert (Australia), Christopher Powers (United States of
America), Aimee Stewart (South Africa), Ann Moore (United Kingdom)

Learning objectives
1. To develop and publish evidence-based recommendations for physical therapy practice.
2. To expand the international body of knowledge of clinical guideline development in physical therapy.
3. To strengthen the existing network of clinical guideline developers in physical therapy, by creating an international
collaborative programme.

Description
Clinical guidelines are important tools to improve quality in health care by providing evidence-based
recommendations for daily practice. In some countries clinical guidelines for physical therapists are being developed,
and physical therapy treatment is sometimes included in multidisciplinary guidelines. In many other countries
clinical guidelines are nonexistent, because of lack of resources for physical therapy guidelines, or because of lack of
opportunity for participation in multidisciplinary guidelines.
This focused symposium will invite participants to join an international network of researchers, clinical guideline
developers and practitioners to participate in a collaborative programme to develop and publish concise evidence-
based recommendations for daily physical therapy practice. The barriers and facilitators to such a programme will be
discussed together with the necessary steps to take the proposal forward.
The recommendations will be derived from current high quality clinical guidelines and systematic reviews. The content
and format and language versions of the recommendations will be considered with regard to all countries regardless
of the culture, health system and income level. Information about relevant activities in different countries and currently
available tools to support the collaboration will be presented.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
13:45-15:15 Focused symposium
Advancing international post-professional educational standards: learning from the
IFOMPT experience

Venue: RAI: Forum


Presenters: Alison Rushton (United Kingdom), Darren Rivett (Australia), Karen Beeton (United Kingdom), Jan Pool
(Netherlands), Jackie Sadi (Canada)

Learning objectives
1. To critically evaluate the development of standards and processes of quality monitoring for advanced practice.
2. To demonstrate how educational standards can be used to promote advanced skills in clinical reasoning, evidence
based practice, and a biopsychosocial approach to clinical care.
3. To evaluate the benefits of this model and its future potential as an example of good international educational
practice.

Description
The quality of physical therapy education has received increasing attention in recent years, and there is agreement
that improving quality needs to focus on standards of learning and teaching, and the establishment of an effective
framework within which these activities can occur. Educational standards were first defined by the International
Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) in 1977 to inform post-qualification education
in the specialised area of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT). Membership requires educational programmes in
the country to meet the standards. The standards have developed since their inception to meet evolving needs and
to reflect the educational and clinical contexts in the field. The current standards (2008) employ a competency based
framework in line with modern educational practice.
Following an evaluative overview of the IFOMPT quality process the symposium will consider the content, pedagogic
issues and the operationalisation of the standards internationally as well as the resource, geographical, and other
challenges that each country faces as they seek IFOMPT membership. The discussion will explore different experiences
of developing and maintaining standards from the audience, and analyse the key issues identified by the audience from
the evaluation of the IFOMPT processes.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

13:45-15:15 Focused symposium


Increasing practice after stroke to optimise rehabilitation

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Catherine Dean (Australia), Louise Ada (Australia), Gert Kwakkel (Netherlands), Luci Teixeira-Salmela
(Brazil)

Learning objectives
1. Outline the evidence regarding the relationship between rehabilitation outcomes and amount of practice after
stroke.
2. Describe strategies to increase practice during rehabilitation after stroke.
3. Discuss ways to increase practice in the inpatient setting and to embed physical activity in the community after
rehabilitation.

Description
Globally, stroke accounts for 5.7 million deaths each year and ranks second to ischaemic heart disease as a cause of
death. It is a leading cause of serious disability, sparing no age, sex, ethnic origin or country (www.world-stroke.org).
Rehabilitation for the person after stroke involves labour-intensive treatment. Investigations in the 1980s found that
patients spent the majority of their day alone and inactive and that therapy occupied a small percentage of the day.
Disappointingly, the findings of recent investigations into physical activity in rehabilitation units identified a similar
situation. There is a need to introduce interventions that will increase the amount of practice undertaken, because the
amount of physical activity undertaken in rehabilitation has been shown to be related to outcome. Furthermore, given
limited health resources, interventions should be implemented in a way that does not solely rely on increasing the
numbers of therapists.
This focused symposium will:
present the evidence of the relationship between amount of practice and outcome
examine the research describing the implementation of effective strategies to increase the amount of practice
undertaken after stroke both during rehabilitation and in the community
discuss strategies including use of protocols, classes, forced-use paradigms, video-self-monitoring, workstations,
circuit classes, robotics, covert monitoring and practice books
Examples from around the world of implementation of strategies during inpatient rehabilitation as well as embedding
practice in the community will be presented. Collectively, the presenters and participants will identify the barriers to
implementation of strategies to increase practice. Symposium participants and presenters will then work together to
develop ways of overcoming these barriers.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Discussion panels - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
10:45-12:15 Discussion panel
Capitalising on major sporting events to the benefit of the public and the profession

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Laetitia Dekker-Bakker (Netherlands)
Panel members: Ella Yeung (Hong Kong), Michael Brennan (Canada), Lynn Booth (United Kingdom),
Edwenia OMalley (Ireland), Maria Constantinou (Australia)

Major sporting events draw the attention of the public not only to elite levels of health and fitness but also the impact
of injury. Physical therapists are involved with enabling players/athletes to reach the levels of fitness they need to
compete at the elite level. Major sporting events could be an opportunity to promote the profession, but how? This
panel will outline the roles and skills of physical therapists in major sporting events and discuss how such events can be
used to benefit the whole profession and the public.

13:45-15:15 Discussion panel


Evidence based exercise prescription: raising the standard of delivery

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Marilyn Moffat (WCPT Executive Committee)
Panel members: Stefan Hegenscheidt (Germany), Duncan Reid (New Zealand), Nirit Rotem (Israel), Shamay Ng
(Hong Kong), Mark Tremblay (Canada)

Evidence based exercise prescription is a fundamental physical therapy skill, which may be under employed. Is exercise
prescription sufficiently prominent in the physical therapy curriculum? Are physical therapy practice environments
planned with exercise in mind? How can we ensure that this important form of treatment is available to people who
could benefit? These are some of the important questions this panel will discuss.

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Discussion panels - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Tuesday

16:00-17:30 Discussion panel


What does advanced practice mean for physical therapy and patient care?

Venue: RAI: Forum


Chair: Jon Warren (New Zealand)
Panel members: Peter Fazey (Australia), Alice Aiken (Canada), Sue Greenhalgh (United Kingdom), Bhanu Ramaswamy
(United Kingdom), Haejung Lee (Korea)

At the policy summit on advanced scope of practice and direct access in physical therapy held in Washington in 2009 it
was apparent that the term advanced practice is not interpreted in the same way across all countries and WCPT regions.
This panel will investigate the meaning of advanced practice; the factors that affect the development of advanced
practitioners and the implications for service delivery, educational programmes and regulation of the profession.

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Networking sessions - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
07:00-08:30 Networking sessions
Topic: Sports therapy - International Federation of Sports Physiotherapy (IFSP)
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Laetitia Dekker-Bakker (Netherlands)
Discuss issues such as:
IFSP its brand, values, membership
scope of practice now and into the future
prevention versus treatment where will the emphasis be and what impact for sports PTs?
educational standards
sports physical therapy training and education

Topic: Manual therapy - International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical


Therapists (IFOMPT)
Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chair: Annalie Basson (South Africa)
Discuss issues such as:
IFOMPT international standards of post-professional clinical education
how orthopaedic manual physical therapy fits with other specialisations
developing national special interest groups
emerging areas of practice eg rehabilitative ultrasound imaging
evidence based practice and research priorities
areas of specialisation within orthopaedic manual physical therapy
developing teachers of manual therapy

08:30-10:00 Networking session


Topic: Regulation
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Margaret Grant (Australia)
Discuss issues such as:
are physical therapists regulated in your country? If so, who does the regulation?
is there a difference between registration and regulation? If so, what is it?
does the profession have a role in regulation of physical therapists? If so, what is it?
is your country trying to introduce or change the regulation of physical therapists? If so, what is happening?

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Tuesday

10:45-12:15 Networking session


Topic: Student physical therapists forum
Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chairs: Jenny Audette (United States of America), Lindsey Caulfield SPT (United States of
America), Joanna Fasano, student physical therapist (United States of America)
Discuss issues such as:
education requirements in different countries
international collaborative research opportunities
comparison of student clinical experiences and opportunities
creating national student special interest groups/networks
political, cultural, and economic issues impacting physical therapist practice around the world
creating an international social and supportive network of students

12:15-13:45 Networking sessions


Topic: Occupational health - International Federation of Physical Therapists in Occupational
Health and Ergonomics (IFPTOHE)
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Rose Boucaut (Australia)
Discuss issues such as:
development of an international subgroup
competencies and specialisation
strategic forward planning
marketing to the profession and beyond
overcoming barriers (health promotion, injury prevention, injury management)
manual handling

Topic: Neuroscience - International Neurological Physical Therapy Association (INPA)


Venue: RAI: Room G104
Chair: Mary Solomon (Canada)
Discuss issues such as:
impact of knowledge translation research on neurological physical therapy practice
developing a career pathway in neurological physical therapy: from novice practitioner to professor including
specialisation
asserting the expertise of physical therapy into international (neurological) disability / health policy programmes:
how might we do this?
next steps for the International Neurological Physical Therapy Association
capacity-building in neurosciences through worldwide networking

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Tuesday
Topic: Spinal cord injury - International Network of Spinal Cord Injury Physiotherapists
(SCI-PT)
Venue: RAI: Room G105
Chair: Lisa Harvey (Australia)
Discuss issues such as:
the influence of the media on the future direction of SCI physical therapy
what are the core practical skills required by SCI therapists?
how can we better promote healthy lifestyles for people with SCI?
strategies to improve communication and collaboration between SCI PTs around the world
outcome measures
e-learning initiative of the SCI-PT network
WHO report on International Perspectives on Spinal Cord Injury

13:45-15:15 Networking sessions


Topic: Electrophysical agents - International Society for Electrophysical Agents in Physical
Therapy (ISEAPT)
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Ah-Cheng Goh (Japan)
Discuss issues such as:
formation and development of the international subgroup for electrophysical agents in physical therapy
defining electrophysical agents: importance and relevance to the profession
evidence based practice
future directions in clinical practice, education and research
international collaborative research opportunities

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Tuesday

Topic: Meet the researchers/editors *


Venue: RAI: Room G104 and G105
Chair: David Baxter (New Zealand)
Facilitators: Tracy Bury (WCPT) Writing for publication first attempts
Fiona Jones (United Kingdom) Writing for publication aiming for higher impact journals
Fiona Jenkins (United Kingdom) Writing abstracts
Zoe Hudson (United Kingdom) What is required to be a good journal reviewer
Dina Brooks (Canada) Developing your journal raising standards
Reuben Escorpizo (Switzerland) How to get started in research
Liz Harrison (Canada) Finding/selecting a research supervisor
Cathie Sherrington (Australia) Research training options
Gabrielle Rankin (United Kingdom) Research career pathways
Nadine Foster (United Kingdom) Establishing research programmes
Kjartan Vaarbakken (Norway) Research design questions - qualitative
Sunday Akinbo (Nigeria) Research design questions - quantitative
Senthil Paramasivan Kumar (India) Research design questions - general
Gail Jensen (United States of America) Research design questions - expanding your repertoire
eg social science, education
Julie Fritz (United States of America) Grant writing - strategies for improving your research
funding application success rate
Donna Bainbridge (United States of America) Ethical concerns submissions to committees,
research designs
* Please note there will be one Meet the researchers/editors networking session on each of the 3 days of congress.

The issues to be discussed are reflected in the facilitators dedicated subjects.

16:00-17:30 Networking sessions


Topic: Older people - International Association of Physical Therapists working with Older People
(IPTOP)
Venue: RAI: Room G104 and G105
Chair: Filiz Can (Turkey)
Discuss issues such as:
IPTOP and international standards of practice and education
healthy aging - promoting global health, physical activity and quality of life for older people
playing an active role in prevention and rehabilitation in chronic diseases
integrated health and social policies for older people
international exchange programmes for care of older people physical therapists in practice and education
specialisation
the application of the ICF in older people physical therapy practice and research

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WCPT seminars - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Tuesday
08:30-10:00 WCPT seminar
What are you doing on September 8 - World Physical Therapy Day?

Venue: RAI: Room G104 and G105


Chair: Simon Crompton (WCPT News editor)
Facilitator: Mia Lockner (WCPT)

WCPT has designated 8th September, the date WCPT was founded in 1951, as World Physical Therapy Day. In support
of World PT day WCPT has produced a toolkit and various information resources. Have these been useful? What new
materials could be developed for World Physical Therapy Day 2011? Share your experiences with past activities, plan
new activities and share your ideas for new resources at a seminar dedicated to World Physical Therapy Day.

10:45-12:15 WCPT seminar


From policy to practice: putting WCPT policy into action

Venue: RAI: Room E103


Chair: Tracy Bury (WCPT)
Facilitator: Antnio M F Lopes (Portugal), Sylvia Kambalametore (WCPT Executive Committee)

WCPTs policies set out an agreed stance on a range of topics. They are published on the WCPT website. In the period
between 2007 and 2011 new policies and a range of additional resources have been developed; for education,
occupational health and the consequences of armed violence and other weapons of war amongst others. This seminar
will introduce participants to the new policy statements and their accompanying resources and explore how to
translate policy into practice.

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Tuesday

16:00-17:30 WCPT seminar


Membership of the World Health Professions Alliance: what it is and what it means for
the profession

Venue: RAI: Room E103


Chair: Marilyn Moffat (WCPT Executive Committee)
Speaker: Brenda J Myers (WCPT)

In 2010 the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) joined the World Health Professions Alliance (WHPA). This
seminar will inform delegates about the WHPA and the benefits to member organisations and the profession of this
strategic alliance with other health professions. The projects that WHPA and WCPT as a member of that organisation are
involved in will be discussed including:
positive practice environments (PPE) campaign
campaign on counterfeit medical products and what it means for physical therapists
project on collaborative practice
project on non-communicable diseases

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Tuesday
16:00-17:30 Special meeting
The International Society of Physiotherapy Journal Editors (ISPJE) [closed meeting]

Venue: RAI: Room E108


Chair: Louise Ada (Australia)
Guest speaker: Fiona Godlee (BMJ Editor) via video conference
Target audience: Editors and editorial board members of physical therapy related journals.
This meeting is open to all editors/associate editors of a physical therapy related journal.

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Platforms - Tuesday

09:00 SI-PL-2846. EVALUATION RESULTS UTILIZING ADVANCED


Tuesday 08:30 PRACTICE PHYSIOTHERAPIST IN RURAL CANADIAN FAMILY
PRACTICE FOR PATIENTS WITH HIP AND KNEE ARTHRITIS.
Imaging & diagnostics Leslie Soever, Canada
08:30-10:00, RAI: Forum 09:15 RR-PL-2395. LONG-TERM EFFECT OF EXERCISE THERAPY
Chair: Wayne Hing (New Zealand) IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: A RANDOMIZED
CONTROLLED TRIAL COMPARING TWO DIFFERENT
08:30 SI-PL-2504. DEVELOPING AN AUDIT TOOL TO DETERMINE PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS. Martijn Pisters,
THE CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY WHEN Netherlands
REQUESTING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING AND
ULTRASOUND SCANS. Elizabeth Candy, United Kingdom 09:30 RR-PL-2543. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EXERCISE WITH AND
WITHOUT MANUAL THERAPY FOR HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS:
08:45 RR-PL-1745. A COMPREHENSIVE RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF A MULTI-CENTRE RANDOMISED
3D/4D TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN THE CONTROLLED TRIAL. Helen French, Ireland
ASSESSMENT OF LEVATOR HIATAL DIMENSIONS AND
PUBORECTALIS MUSCLE LENGTH. Stphanie Thibault- 09:45 SI-PL-3894. AN OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE SELF-
Gagnon, Canada MANAGEMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM DELIVERED BY
MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTH PROFESSIONALS; A
09:00 RR-PL-2757. USING SONOGRAPHY FOR THE EVALUATION RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Sophie Coleman,
OF TENDON PATHOLOGY IN TENNIS ELBOW: RELIABILITY Australia
OF ASSESSMENT SCALES. Leon Poltawski, United Kingdom
09:15 RR-PL-2928. INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF Occupational health
MEASUREMENTS OF NERVE LONGITUDINAL MOVEMENT 08:30-10:00, RAI: E106-107
USING DYNAMIC ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN CHRONIC Chair: Gunnevi Sundelin (Sweden)
WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDERS II. Kennedy Edeni,
United Kingdom 08:30 SI-PL-2030. PHYSIOTHERAPISTS USE OF A GUIDELINE FOR
REDUCING WORK RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL
09:30 RR-PL-2956. VALIDATION OF A NOVEL ULTRASOUND DISORDERS. Inger Helene Gudding, Norway
APPROACH TO MEASURE MEDIAL GASTROCNEMIUS
MUSCLE LENGTH. Lee Barber, Australia 08:45 RR-PL-2898. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CUMULATIVE
PSYCHOSOCIAL RISK INDEX FOR PROBLEMATIC RECOVERY
09:45 RR-PL-2554. M-MODE ULTRASOUND IMAGING OF THE FOLLOWING PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR WORK-RELATED
ONSET OF GLUTEUS MINIMUS AND MEDIUS ACTIVATION. MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES. Timothy Wideman, Canada
Angela Veronika Dieterich, Germany
09:00 RR-PL-2380. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WORKLOAD IN
Methods of teaching & learning 1 COMPUTER TASKS: EFFECTS ON CERVICAL MUSCLE
ACTIVATION, CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE AND
08:30-10:00, RAI: Emerald Room
PERCEIVED STRESS IN COMPUTER USERS. Yuling Wang,
Chair: Clare Delany (Australia) China
08:30 RR-PL-1731. SECOND LIFE: A QUALITATIVE EVALUATION 09:15 RR-PL-970. EFFECTIVENESS OF EXERCISE ON WORK
OF USING A COMPUTER-BASED VIRTUAL WORLD, TO DISABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH NON-ACUTE NON-SPECIFIC
FACILITATE UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS LOW BACK PAIN: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED
CLINICAL REASONING SKILLS. Jo Dawes, United Kingdom CONTROLLED TRIALS. Peter Oesch, Switzerland
08:45 RR-PL-1479. REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN THE TRANSITION 09:30 RR-PL-1913. BIOFEEDBACK IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN
PHASE FROM FINAL YEAR PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENT TO ACTIVE EXERCISE AND ELECTROTHERAPY IN MANAGING
NOVICE GRADUATE: IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHING WORK-RELATED NECK PAIN IN OFFICE WORKERS. Pui Yuk
REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. Megan Smith, Australia Grace Szeto, Hong Kong
09:00 SI-PL-2863. THE HUMANITIES BOOK AND FILM CLUB AS A 09:45 RR-PL-3394. PHYSICAL PROFILE OF PROFESSIONAL
TOOL TO ENHANCE REFLECTIVE SKILLS OF ORCHESTRAL MUSICIANS A NATIONAL CROSS-
PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS REGARDING NEUROLOGICAL SECTIONAL STUDY. Bronwen Ackermann, Australia
PRACTICE. Marilyn MacKay-Lyons, Canada
09:15 RR-PL-2991. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF INSTRUMENTS Older people: balance & falls 1
FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE 08:30-10:00, RAI: Elicium D203-204
OF PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS. Megan Dalton, Australia Chair: Nancy Prickett (United States of America)
09:30 SI-PL-3094. TAKING THE FEAR FACTOR OUT OF 08:30 RR-PL-1150. EXERCISE INTERVENTION TO PREVENT FALLS,
CARDIORESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION: ENHANCE MOBILITY AND INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN
INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES TO ENHANCE STUDENT COMMUNITY DWELLERS AFTER STROKE: THE STROKE
LEARNING AND PREPARATION FOR CLINICAL PLACEMENT. CLUB TRIAL. Catherine Dean, Australia
Allison Mandrusiak, Australia
08:45 RR-PL-2235. A PILOT STUDY OF HIGHLY-CHALLENGING
09:45 SI-PL-510. INTEGRATING CULTURAL COMPETENCE, BALANCE TRAINING FOR OLDER PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE
PROFESSIONAL CORE VALUES, AND EVIDENCE BASED IMPAIRMENT. Julie Whitney, United Kingdom
PRACTICE: A BLENDED SERVICE DELIVERY AND
CURRICULAR MODEL. Lorna Hayward, United States of 09:00 RR-PL-2261. A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
America INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTIVENESS AND COST-
EFFECTIVENESS OF TAI CHI AS A COMMUNITY BASED
Musculoskeletal: rheumatology 1 FALLS PREVENTION INTERVENTION. Denise Taylor, New
Zealand
08:30-10:00, RAI: E104-105
Chair: Janjaap van der Net (Netherlands) 09:15 RR-PL-1545. EFFICACY OF SUPERVISED TAI CHI EXERCISES
COMPARED TO PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAM IN FALL
08:30 RR-PL-1616. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN ADULTS WITH PREVENTION FOR FRAIL OLDER ADULTS: A RANDOMISED
RHEUMATIC CONDITIONS. Victoria Manning, United TRIAL. Hlne Corriveau, Canada
Kingdom
09:30 RR-PL-3338. BALANCE IMPAIRMENT AN UNRECOGNISED
08:45 RR-PL-1385. SUSTAINED IMPROVEMENT IN PHYSICAL CONTRIBUTOR TO FALL AND FRACTURE RISK IN ANTI-
FUNCTIONING FOLLOWING AN INTEGRATED EPILEPTIC MEDICATION USERS: SURVEY FINDINGS AND A
REHABILITATION PROGRAMME FOR CHRONIC KNEE PAIN. TWINSIBLING STUDY. Keith Hill, Australia
Michael Hurley, United Kingdom

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Platforms - Tuesday
09:45 RR-PL-3589. BALANCE AND GAIT DISABILITIES ARE 11:15 RR-PL-2591. MECHANICALLY ASSISTED WALKING WITH
COMMON IN ELDERLY PERSONS WITH MILD TO BODY WEIGHT SUPPORT VERSUS ASSISTED OVERGROUND
MODERATE INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. Lotte Enkelaar, WALKING IN SUBACUTE NON AMBULATORY STROKE: A
Netherlands SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Louise Ada, Australia
11:30 RR-PL-2116. ECONOMIC COST OF POST STROKE
Service delivery 1 PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE IN IBADAN, NIGERIA. Talhatu K
08:30-10:00, RAI: Elicium D201-202 Hamzat, Nigeria
Chair: Michel Landry (Canada)
11:45 RR-PL-3021. IMPACT OF A SINGLE 90-MINUTE
08:30 RR-PL-825. INITIAL NON-ATTENDANCE FOR OUT-PATIENT MULTIDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION SESSION ON STROKE
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN A NIGERIAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL: KNOWLEDGE IN A SEMI-RURAL IRISH POPULATION.
EVALUATION AND PREDICTION. Oyinade Agbeja, Nigeria Geraldine O'Callaghan, Ireland
08:45 RR-PL-2436. A CULTURAL APPROACH TO COMMUNITY 12:00 RR-PL-1496. THERAPISTS PERCEIVED BARRIERS AND
BASED REHABILITATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR FACILITATORS OF RETURN TO WORK AFTER STROKE.
PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE: A JAMAICAN CASE STUDY. Veronica Ntsiea, South Africa
Patricia Smith, United Kingdom
09:00 RR-PL-2120. DETERMINING THE NEED FOR
Older people: balance & falls 2
REHABILITATION SERVICES IN RURAL AFRICA: THE 10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium D203-204
PREVALENCE OF DISABILITY IN NORTHERN NAMIBIA AND Chair: Maria Elisa Pimentel Piemonte (Brazil)
NORTHERN RWANDA. Vyvienne M'kumbuzi, Rwanda
10:45 RR-PL-2903. THE IMPACT OF A SPECIFIC, MODERATE AND
09:15 RR-PL-2759. CARERS PERCEPTIONS OF COMMUNITY SAFE HOME-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAMME ON FALL RISK
BASED REHABILITATION: A QUALITATIVE STUDY FROM FACTORS IN OLDER PORTUGUESE PEOPLE. Cristina Melo,
RURAL BOLIVIA. Gillian Waite, United Kingdom Portugal
09:30 SI-PL-2933. US ARMY REHABILITATION AND 11:00 RR-PL-1022. DOES CORE STABILIZATION TRAINING
REINTEGRATION: STRATEGIC PRIORITIES AND INITIATIVES. IMPROVE FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE MORE THAN
Janet Papazis, United States of America BALANCE EXERCISES ALONE IN OLDER ADULTS AT RISK OF
FALLS?. Cathy Arnold, Canada
09:45 RR-PL-635. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DELIVERY: A CASE
STUDY OF KWAZULU-NATAL WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE 11:15 RR-PL-2248. SERVICE USERS AND PROVIDERS
TO PHYSIOTHERAPY. Thayananthee Nadasan, South Africa PERSPECTIVES OF AN EXERCISE-BASED FALLS PREVENTION
PROGRAMME FOR PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT.
Julie Whitney, United Kingdom
11:30 RR-PL-2426. INTRA-RATER AND INTER-RATER RELIABILITY
Tuesday 10:45 OF THE MODIFIED FALL RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR
ELDERLY PERSONS LIVING IN RESIDENTIAL CARE. Miroljub
Jakovljevic, Slovenia
Electrophysical & isothermal agents 1
10:45-12:15, RAI: E106-107 11:45 RR-PL-2559. DOES THE SHORT PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
Chair: Ah-Cheng Goh (Japan) BATTERY (SPPB) PREDICT FALLS IN OLDER COMMUNITY-
DWELLING PEOPLE?. Lillemor Lundin-Olsson, Sweden
10:45 RR-PL-950. EFFECT OF INTERFERENTIAL THERAPY ON 12:00 RR-PL-3440. COMBINED ONE-ON-ONE/GROUP-CIRCUIT
SERUM BETA ENDORPHIN LEVEL IN RAT. Abulkhair Beatti, PHYSIOTHERAPY AFFORDS COST-BENEFITS OVER ONE-
Australia ON-ONE PHYSIOTHERAPY WITHOUT COMPROMISING
11:00 RR-PL-722. POLARITY EFFECT OF MICROCURRENT CLINICAL OUTCOMES FOR PEOPLE ORTHOGERIATRIC
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON TENDON HEALING: PROBLEMS UNDERGOING REHABILITATION. Nancy Low
BIOMECHANICAL AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDIES. Choy, Australia
Amal Ahmed, Egypt
11:15 RR-PL-447. THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON
Primary health care
EXCITABILITY OF THE CORTICOMOTOR PATHWAY. Lucy 10:45-11:30, RAI: E104-105
Chipchase, Australia Chair: Sarah Bazin (Belgium)
11:30 RR-PL-747. DEPTH OF PENETRATION AND NATURE OF 10:45 RR-PL-3522. INNOVATIONS AND COMMUNITY BASED
INTERFERENTIAL CURRENT IN CUTANEOUS, REHABILITATION: A CASE ON PARENTING THE DISABLED
SUBCUTANEOUS AND MUSCLE TISSUES. Abulkhair Beatti, CHILD IN VENDA REGION OF SOUTH AFRICA. Efe Useh,
Australia South Africa
11:45 RR-PL-2724. MICROCURRENT THERAPY IN THE 11:00 RR-PL-3166. EXTERNAL VALIDATION OF A SIMPLE RISK
MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC TENNIS ELBOW: AN MODEL TO PREDICT RECURRENT FALLING IN OLDER
EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION. Leon Poltawski, United COMMUNITY-LIVING PEOPLE IN PRIMARY CARE. Inge
Kingdom Logghe, Netherlands
12:00 RR-PL-1304. EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCKWAVE THERAPY 11:15 RR-PL-846. DEVELOPMENT, VALIDATION AND PREDICTIVE
IMPROVES THE STRENGTH OF DEGENERATED ACHILLES CAPACITY OF A MODIFIED REBRO MUSCULOSKELETAL
TENDON: A RAT MODEL. Gabriel Ng, China SCREENING QUESTIONNAIRE IN LOW BACK AND GENERAL
MUSCULOSKELETAL WORKING POPULATIONS. Philip
Neurology: stroke 1 Gabel, Australia
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium D201-202
Chair: Luci F Teixeira-Salmela (Brazil) Professional issues: general
10:45-12:15, RAI: Forum
10:45 RR-PL-2396. FIVE-YEAR MORTALITY AND RELATED Chair: Zola Dantile (South Africa)
PROGNOSTIC FACTORS FOR PERSONS WITH A STROKE
INITIALLY ADMITTED TO A REHABILITATION CENTRE. 10:45 SI-PL-1244. BIRTH AND EVOLUTION OF PHYSICAL
Liesbet De Wit, Belgium THERAPY IN UKRAINE. Oleksnadra Kalandyak, Ukraine
11:00 RR-PL-892. WHY DO STROKE PATIENTS CONSULT
TRADITIONAL HEALERS AFTER DISCHARGE FROM
REHABILITATION?. Joyce Mothabeng, South Africa

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Platforms - Tuesday

11:00 RR-PL-3663. CAN PHYSICAL THERAPISTS COUNSEL


PATIENTS EFFECTIVELY FOR HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE?: Tuesday 13:45
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND IMPLICATIONS. Eva
Kaltenbacher, Germany Clinical guidelines
11:15 SI-PL-1415. THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL REGISTRATION 13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium 2
AND ACCREDITATION SCHEME. Glenn Ruscoe, Australia Chair: Philip van der Wees (Netherlands)
11:30 RR-PL-1293. MENTORING PRACTICES IN PHYSICAL AND 13:45 RR-PL-1602. ICF LINKED DUTCH PHYSIOTHERAPY
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: THE EXPERIENCES OF GUIDELINES CONCERNING INITIAL ASSESSMENT,
CANADIAN MENTORS AND MENTEES. Liliane Asseraf-Pasin, TREATMENT AND EVALUATION IN HIP AND KNEE
Canada OSTEOARTHRITIS. Wilfred Peter, Netherlands
11:45 SI-PL-1308. PROFESSIONAL AND WORKFORCE ISSUES 14:00 SI-PL-1041. INFORMING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A
ASSOCIATED WITH THE SUSTAINABILITY OF ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINE FOR REHABILITATION
SCOPE OF PRACTICE PHYSIOTHERAPY ROLES. David Smith, POST TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY IN A SOUTH AFRICAN
Australia PUBLIC HOSPITAL. Wendy-Ann Wood, South Africa
12:00 RR-PL-2568. IS UK PHYSIOTHERAPY LOSING ITS TOUCH?. 14:15 RR-PL-1226. IMPLEMENTATION OF CLINICAL GUIDELINES
Gwyn Owen, United Kingdom FOR WHIPLASH: EFFECT ON PHYIOTHERAPISTS AND
CHIROPRACTORS KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE. Trudy
Sports injuries Rebbeck, Australia
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium 1
Chair: Harry Gosselink (Netherlands) 14:30 RR-PL-2466. MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE SOFT TISSUE
INJURY USING PROTECTION, REST, ICE, COMPRESSION
10:45 RR-PL-2801. COMPARISON OF AN EXTERNAL VERSUS AND ELEVATION (PRICE): CLINICAL GUIDELINES FROM THE
INTERNAL FOCUS OF ATTENTION WHEN TEACHING ACPSM. Chris Bleakley, United Kingdom
MOTOR TASKS DESIGNED TO PREVENT ANTERIOR 14:45 SI-PL-574. 'CANCER REHABILITATION', AN EVIDENCE
CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY. Kathleen Pantano, United BASED GUIDELINE FOR PROFESSIONALS IN ONCOLOGY
States of America AND REHABILITATION IN HET NETHERLANDS. Miranda
11:00 RR-PL-1755. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KNEE Velthuis, Netherlands
JOINT POSITION SENSE AND SEX HORMONES LEVELS IN 15:00 SI-PL-793. THE NICE REHABILITATION FOLLOWING
HEALTHY FEMALE ATHLETES. Rose Fouladi, Iran CRITICAL ILLNESS GUIDELINE (2009)
11:15 RR-PL-2432. EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INJURY PREVENTION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVING OUTCOMES IN THE
PROGRAM IN DUTCH MALE AMATEUR SOCCER. Anne CRITICALLY ILL. Amanda Thomas, United Kingdom
Marie C. van Beijsterveldt, Netherlands
11:30 RR-PL-412. TIBIAL ROTATIONAL MUSCLE STRENGTH:
Kinesiology/movement analysis
RELIABILITY OF ISOKINETIC CONCENTRIC PEAK TORQUE 13:45-15:15, RAI: E104-105
MEASUREMENTS. Thomas Larsson, Sweden Chair: Gabriel Ng (China)
11:45 RR-PL-1038. NEUROMUSCULAR ACTIVITY AND FORCE 13:45 RR-PL-3093. AGE DEPENDENT DIFFERENCES IN GROUND
PRODUCTION DURING SLIDE-BASED AND STATIONARY REACTION FORCE AND KINEMATICS WHEN DESCENDING A
ERGOMETER ROWING. Anders Vinther, Denmark STEP. Nicola Saywell, New Zealand
12:00 RR-PL-2256. BALANCE AS A PREDICTOR OF ANKLE 14:00 RR-PL-1003. THE INFLUENCE OF STRIDE-FREQUENCY ON
INJURIES IN COLLEGE ATHLETES. Susan McGinty, United PLANTAR FOOT-PRESSURES AND JOINT MOMENTS. Lara
States of America Allet, Switzerland
14:15 RR-PL-2353. THE EFFECT OF FOOT ANGLE ON BALANCE
PERFORMANCE DURING UNIPEDAL STANCE. Anthony
Schneiders, New Zealand
Tuesday 11:30 14:30 RR-PL-2659. SIX WEEKS TRAINING WITH WII FIT ON
PARKINSONS DISEASE SUBJECTS IMPROVED BALANCE,
Equipment/orthotics/prosthetics MOBILITY, ENDURANCE CARDIOVASCULAR AND
11:30-12:15, RAI: E104-105 CORTICOMOTOR EXCITABILITY. Louis E Tremblay, Canada
Chair: Sarah Bazin (Belgium) 14:45 RR-PL-1968. DEVELOPMENT OF A KINEMATIC
FUNCTIONAL SHOULDER SCORING MODEL INCLUDING
11:30 RR-PL-3728. COMPARISON OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL COST ONLY ESSENTIAL MOVEMENTS. Claude Pichonnaz,
INDEX OF WALKING IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS WEARING Switzerland
ROCKER BOTTOM FOOTWEAR AND BAREFOOT. Elaine
Cribbin, Ireland 15:00 RR-PL-1355. HOW CAN MOVEMENT QUALITY BE
PROMOTED IN CLINICAL PRACTICE? A
11:45 RR-PL-1520. EFFECTIVENESS OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF PHYSICAL THERAPIST
INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES: AN EXPERTS. Liv Helvik Skjaerven, Norway
OVERVIEW OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS. Heidi Anttila, Finland
12:00 RR-PL-2838. GAIT ADAPTABILITY IN PEOPLE WALKING Musculoskeletal: orthopaedics
WITH A TRANSTIBIAL OR TRANSFEMORAL PROSTHESIS. 13:45-15:15, RAI: E106-107
Han Houdijk, Netherlands Chair: David Beard (United Kingdom)
13:45 RR-PL-2089. PATIENTS INTERPRETATIONS OF THE TERM
STIFFNESS PRIOR TO AND FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE
ARTHROPLASTY. Judith Lane, United Kingdom
14:00 RR-PL-1603. MAINTENANCE OF AQUATIC TRAINING-
INDUCED BENEFITS IN MOBILITY AND LOWER EXTREMITY
MUSCLES AMONG PERSONS WITH UNILATERAL KNEE
REPLACEMENT. Anu Valtonen, Finland

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14:15 RR-PL-3155. NO ACUTE EFFECT OF KNEE JOINT ICING ON Qualifying education
KNEE-EXTENSION STRENGTH AFTER TOTAL KNEE
13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium D201-202
ARTHROPLASTY AS SEEN IN EXPERIMENTAL KNEE-
Chair: Savita Ravindra (India)
EFFUSION MODELS. Thomas Bandholm, Denmark
14:30 RR-PL-1365. EFFECT OF CAVITATION DURING MANUAL 13:45 RR-PL-1889. EDUCATING FOR PATIENT-CENTRED CARE:
THERAPY ON IMMEDIATE HYPOALGESIA AND TIME TO BE HONEST?. Carolyn Roskell, United Kingdom
EXPECTATIONS FOR BENEFIT: SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF 14:00 RR-PL-3105. UNDERSTANDING AND LEARNING OF
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY. Mark Bishop, United States of CLINICAL REASONING BY STUDENT PHYSICAL THERAPISTS.
America Nicole Christensen, United States of America
14:45 RR-PL-3556. MUSCLE PEERFORMANCE IS ASSOCIATED 14:15 RR-PL-3001. PEER VERSUS TUTOR FEEDBACK ON SKILL
WITH FEMORAL SHAFT BONE STRENGTH INDICIES IN PERFORMANCE: PERCEPTIONS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
PERSONS WITH UNILATERAL KNEE REPLACEMENT. Tapani STUDENTS. Sophie Paynter, Australia
Pyhnen, Finland
14:30 RR-PL-3247. LEARNING AND STUDYING MODES
15:00 RR-PL-920. PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR THE REHABILITATION OF AMONGST UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS
UPPER LIMB FRACTURES IN ADULTS: A SYSTEMATIC IN NIGERIA. Talhatu K Hamzat, Nigeria
REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS. Andrea Bruder, Australia
14:45 RR-PL-2731. HOW DO CLINICIANS VIEW PRE-
Musculoskeletal: spine 1 REGISTRATION ACCELERATED PHYSIOTHERAPY
TRAINING?. James Milligan, United Kingdom
13:45-15:15, RAI: Auditorium
Chair: Ann P Moore (United Kingdom) 15:00 RR-PL-549. STRESS AND SOURCES OF STRESS AMONG
PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THREE
13:45 RR-PL-3183. RISK FACTORS AND CLINICAL PRESENTATION UNIVERSITIES. Tamar Jacob, Israel
OF CRANIOCERVICAL ARTERIAL DISSECTION. A
PROSPECTIVE STUDY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Lucy
Thomas, Australia
14:00 RR-PL-1669. CLINICAL PREDICTION RULE FOR CERVICAL
RADICULOPATHY AT 3 AND 12 MONTHS FOLLOW-UP.
Tuesday 16:00
Shabnam Agarwal, India
Education: general
14:15 RR-PL-3008. TURNING TO THE LEFT OR RIGHT?
16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium D201-202
NORMATIVE RESPONSES TO A LEFT/RIGHT NECK
ROTATION JUDGMENT TASK. David Butler, Australia Chair: Chris Carpenter (United Kingdom)

14:30 RR-PL-1037. CHARACTERISTICS OF CERVICAL MOTION 16:00 RR-PL-3694. PHYSICAL THERAPY: TRANSITIONING FROM
AFFECTED BY NECK PAIN, AS ASSESSED IN A VIRTUAL EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE EDUCATION TO CLINICAL
ENVIRONMENT. Hilla Sarig Bahat, Israel PRACTICE. Mary Palaima, United States of America
14:45 RR-PL-467. JOINT POSITION ERROR IN THE CERVICAL 16:15 SI-PL-2891. HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATION IN
SPINE; RELIABILITY OF A CLINICALLY FOCUSSED MULTI- PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION: HOW DO WE USE IT AND
POSITIONAL TESTING MODEL. Mags Wigram, United SHOULD WE USE IT?. Diana Hopkins-Rosseel, Canada
Kingdom 16:30 RR-PL-1477. CAPTURING THE LIGHT BULB MOMENT:
15:00 RR-PL-2803. HYPOCAPNIA IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC BECOMING A MASTER. Jayne Dalley-Hewer, United
NECK PAIN. Zacharias Dimitriadis, Greece Kingdom
16:45 RR-PL-1343. PHYSIOTHERAPY GRADUATES PERSPECTIVE
Older people: general 1 ON ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF AFRICAN BLACK
13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium D203-204 PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS. Nonceba Mbambo-Kekana,
Chair: Dele Amosun (South Africa) South Africa
13:45 RR-PL-1229. EFFECTS OF AGING AND TAI CHI ON EYE- 17:00 SI-PL-902. DEVELOPING GERIATRIC CORE COMPETENCY
HAND COORDINATION - STATIONARY AND MOVING FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS: STEP ONE - A PROPOSED
VISUAL TARGETS. William W.N. Tsang, China FRAMEWORK. Steve Wong, Canada
14:00 RR-PL-1337. RELIABILITY OF VERTICAL GROUND 17:15 RR-PL-854. THE ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN PATIENT
REACTION FORCES DURING STAIR CLIMBING IN THE EDUCATION IN THE UK - A CASE STUDY. Lynne Caladine,
ELDERLY POPULATION. Monika Leitner, Switzerland United Kingdom
14:15 RR-PL-1565. THE EFFECTS OF LOWER EXTREMITY Electrophysical & isothermal agents 2
PERFORMANCE ON HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF IN
16:00-17:30, RAI: E106-107
OLDER MEXICAN-AMERICANS. Saad Bindawas, Saudi
Arabia Chair: Ethne Nussbaum (Canada)

14:30 RR-PL-2190. SELF-SELECTED GAIT SPEED PREDICTS 16:00 RR-PL-3641. DO SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS OF PHYSICAL
COGNITIVE-MOTOR INTERFERENCE IN AGING. Prudence AGENTS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL AGENTS IN THE
Plummer-D'Amato, United States of America COCHRANE LIBRARY INTERPRET SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
DIFFERENTLY?. Jan M Bjordal, Norway
14:45 RR-PL-3797. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF OLDER
ADULTS LIVING IN ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCIES. Pet 16:15 SI-PL-1743. WHAT IS THE RISK? A CLINICAL DECISION-
Ming Leung, Canada MAKING TOOL FOR SAFE USE OF ELECTROPHYSICAL
AGENTS. Pamela Houghton, Canada
15:00 RR-PL-3790. COMPARISON OF MECHANICS OF OBJECT
RETRIEVAL BETWEEN YOUNG AND ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS. 16:30 RR-PL-1438. IS IONTOPHORESIS OF VALUE IN
Ashraf Elazzazi, United States of America PHYSIOTHERAPY?. Nirmala Naidoo, South Africa
16:45 RR-PL-1953. USING ANODAL TDCS TO ENHANCE
EXCITABILITY OF THE MOTOR CORTEX AND HAND
FUNCTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Shapour Jaberzadeh,
Australia

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Platforms - Tuesday

17:00 RR-PL-801. EFFECTIVENESS OF ULTRAVIOLET-C Musculoskeletal: spine 2


IRRADIATION FOR HEALING OF PRESSURE ULCERS IN
16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium 2
PERSONS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY (SCI). Ethne
Chair: Erik Thoomes (Netherlands)
Nussbaum, Canada
17:15 RR-PL-2735. ELECTRICAL STIMULATION THERAPY 16:00 RR-PL-1428. TREATMENT OF CHRONIC WHIPLASH: A
INCREASES CLOSURE OF PRESSURE ULCERS & LEG ULCERS SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND CLINICAL GUIDELINES. Trudy
AND SPEEDS HEALING OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS: A Rebbeck, Australia
META-ANALYSIS. Pamela Houghton, Canada 16:15 RR-PL-1771. EFFECTIVENESS OF MANUAL THERAPY FOR
CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE: A PRAGMATIC,
Health promotion & wellbeing RANDOMISED, CLINICAL TRIAL. Ren Castien, Netherlands
16:00-17:30, RAI: Auditorium
16:30 RR-PL-1767. ARE INDIVIDUAL RESPONSES TO
Chair: Lesley Dawson (United Kingdom)
MOBILISATION OF THE CERVICAL SPINE SPECIFIC TO THE
16:00 RR-PL-1172. THE EFFECTS OF AEROBIC AND STRENGTH TREATED LOCATION AND DISTINCT FROM GROUP
TRAINING ON HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE (HRQOL) RESPONSES?. Neil Tuttle, Australia
IN MEN WITH IMPAIRED GLUCOSE REGULATION. Jukka 16:45 RR-PL-3837. EXERCISE THERAPY FOR NECK PAIN: A
Surakka, Finland COCHRANE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW UPDATE. Anita Gross,
16:15 RR-PL-2334. WALKING TO WELLNESS IN AN AGEING Canada
SEDENTARY UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY - A RANDOMISED 17:00 RR-PL-2311. THE RELATIONSHIP OF PRESSURE PAIN
CONTROLLED FEASIBILITY STUDY. Martin Mackey, THRESHOLDS AND PAIN RATINGS IN SUBJECTS WITH
Australia WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDERS. Steven Kamper,
16:30 RR-PL-1536. HOME-BASED EXERCISE IMPROVES EXERCISE Australia
BEHAVIOR AND METABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN MIDDLE- 17:15 RR-PL-2940. CAN THOSE WITH CHRONIC SELF-REPORTED
AGED ADULTS AT DIABETIC RISK. Chueh-Lung Hwang, NECK PAIN BE DIFFERENTIATED FROM ASYMPTOMATIC IN
Taiwan TERMS OF MUSCLE ACTIVITY?. Venerina Johnston,
16:45 RR-PL-1589. HEALTHY STEPS TRIAL: EFFECTIVENESS OF A Australia
PEDOMETER-BASED GREEN PRESCRIPTION FOR LOW-
ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS IN PRIMARY CARE. Gregory Kolt, Neurology: stroke 2
Australia 16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium 1
Chair: Takayuki Fujiwara (Japan)
17:00 RR-PL-1972. COACHING LOW EDUCATED IMMIGRANTS TO
HEALTH EMPOWERMENT AND A HEALTHIER LIFE STYLE - A 16:00 RR-PL-833. GAIT SPECIFIC TRAINING WITHIN BOBATH
CLINICAL TRIAL WITH REPEATED MEASURES. Dorine van THERAPY: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Sheila
Ravensberg, Netherlands Lennon, United Kingdom
17:15 RR-PL-3668. SATISFACTION WITH LIFE OF ADULTS WITH 16:15 RR-PL-1830. PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTIONS FOR
CEREBRAL PALSY: DIRECT AND INDIRECT INFLUENCES. PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC STROKE : A QUALITATIVE STUDY
Mary Gannotti, United States of America INVESTIGATING THE USERS PERSPECTIVE. Barbara Rau,
Switzerland
Musculoskeletal: rheumatology 2
16:30 RR-PL-2776. FITNESS INTERVENTION TRIAL POST-STROKE:
16:00-17:30, RAI: E104-105
A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF HOME
Chair: Ina Diener (South Africa)
REHABILITATION PROGRAMS TO ENHANCE WALKING
16:00 SI-PL-3860. OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE; SELF- ENDURANCE. Marilyn MacKay-Lyons, Canada
MANAGEMENT UTILISING MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTH 16:45 RR-PL-2916. FEASIBILITY OF TREADMILL TRAINING IN
PROFESSIONALS OR LAY LEADERS?. Noelle Briffa, Australia PEOPLE WITH SUB-ACUTE STROKE: RESULTS FROM AN
16:15 RR-PL-3411. A COMPARISON OF THE INCIDENCE AND EXPLORATORY PHASE II RANDOMISED CONTROLLED
SEVERITY OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS FOLLOWING TRIAL. Gillian Baer, United Kingdom
ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURIES TREATED EITHER 17:00 RR-PL-3845. CORTICAL ACTIVATION PATTERNS DURING
SURGICALLY OR CONSERVATIVELY. Susan L. Keays, CYCLING WITH AND WITHOUT SPEED FEEDBACK IN
Australia STROKE PATIENTS: AN FNIRS STUDY. Pei-Yi Lin, United
16:30 RR-PL-3266. GAMMA-LOOP PATHWAY DYSFUNCTION States of America
CONTRIBUTES TO QUADRICEPS INHIBITION IN PATIENTS 17:15 RR-PL-1054. MEASURING WALKING LIMITATIONS AFTER
WITH KNEE JOINT OSTEOARTHRITIS. Peter McNair, New STROKE: USING THE 12-ITEM WALKING SCALE. Anette
Zealand Forsberg, Sweden
16:45 RR-PL-3138. THE EFFECTS OF BONE EXERCISE ON KNEE
PAIN, STIFFNESS AND FUNCTION AMONG WOMEN WITH Research methodology: general
MILD KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS: RANDOMIZED, 16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium D203-204
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Juhani Multanen, Finland Chair: Aimee Stewart (South Africa)
17:00 RR-PL-2444. THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION TO 16:00 RR-PL-3128. ANSWERING CLINICAL QUESTIONS ABOUT
THE QUADRICEPS MUSCLE COMBINED WITH GROUP THE EFFECTS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS. Zoe
EXERCISE ON PAIN AND FUNCTION IN KNEE Michaleff, Australia
OSTEOARTHRITIS. Michal Elboim-Gabyzon, Israel
16:15 RR-PL-1955. A RESEARCH METHODOLOGY TO IDENTIFY
17:15 RR-PL-2260. BIOMECHANICAL CHANGES ACCOMPANYING RELEVANT FACTORS OF QUALITY OF CARE IN
UNILATERAL/BILATERAL USE OF LATERALLY WEDGED PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS FOR ABDOMINAL AND
INSOLES WITH MEDIAL ARCH SUPPORTS IN PATIENTS THORACIC SURGERY. Ellen Oosting, Netherlands
WITH MEDIAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Amira Abdallah,
Egypt 16:30 RR-PL-2553. DOES THE PORTUGUESE VERSION OF THE
PEDRO SCALE RETAIN THE CLINIMETRIC PROPERTIES OF
THE ORIGINAL ENGLISH VERSION?. Luciola Da Cunha
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Platforms - Tuesday
16:45 RR-PL-1506. BLINDING OF TRANSCUTANEOUS
ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION (TENS): INSIGHTS FROM
A RANDOMISED PLACEBO CONTROLLED TRIAL. Shea
Palmer, United Kingdom
17:00 SI-PL-3622. FILM-BASED RESEARCH METHODS AND THEIR
IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: NEW TOOLS
FOR KNOWLEDGE CREATION, TRANSLATION AND
DISSEMINATION. Janet Parsons, Canada
17:15 SI-PL-2640. FINDING THE PATIENTS: STRATEGIES FOR
SUCCESSFUL PARTICIPANT RECRUITMENT IN A
COMMUNITY BASED STROKE REHABILITATION TRIAL.
Vince DePaul, Canada

Service delivery 2
16:00-17:30, RAI: Emerald Room
Chair: Antonio M F Lopes (Portugal)
16:00 RR-PL-246. FACTORS INFLUENCING INTERPROFESSIONAL
PRACTICES OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS WORKING IN PRIVATE
SETTINGS WITH PEOPLE WITH LOW BACK PAIN: A
QUALITATIVE STUDY. Kadija Perreault, Canada
16:15 RR-PL-822. CLINICAL AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF
DIFFERENT EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT HEALTHCARE
PROFESSIONALS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF
MUSCULOSKELETAL SOFT TISSUE INJURIES. Carey
McClellan, United Kingdom
16:30 SI-PL-592. PHYSIOTHERAPY OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT
EFFICIENCY: DEFINING THROUGH-PUT AND
IMPLEMENTING ITS MEASUREMENT ACROSS THE REGION.
Heather Christie, Canada
16:45 RR-PL-1977. MOVING PHYSICAL THERAPY FORWARD: THE
IMPORTANCE OF THE INTER-PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
AND MUTUALITY TOWARDS EMPOWERMENT: A
QUALITATIVE GADAMERIAN HERMENEUTIC STUDY. Helen
Little, United Kingdom
17:00 RR-PL-3583. FACTORS PREDICTING NON-ATTENDANCE AT
APPOINTMENTS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY OUTPATIENT CLINICS.
Sionnadh McLean, United Kingdom
17:15 SI-PL-511. AN INTERDISCIPLINARY, CULTURALLY
SENSITIVE, AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL
FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH SEVERE
BURNS LIVING IN CHINA. Lorna Hayward, United States of
America

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Poster discussion sessions - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Poster discussion sessions - Tuesday

RR-PDS-3049. FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE DEVELOPMENT AND


Tuesday 08:30 INTEGRATION OF PROFESSIONAL CORE VALUES INTO PHYSICAL
THERAPY PRACTICE. Patricia McGinnis, United States of America
Kinesiology/movement analysis SI-PDS-1695. PATIENT EMPOWERMENT THROUGH COLLABORATIVE
08:30-10:00, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz) EDUCATION: IMPLEMENTING PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Chair: Charlotte Hger (Sweden) CONCURRENTLY WITH PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES. Meryl Gersh,
United States of America
RR-PDS-489. GROUND REACTION FORCES AND EMG DURING STAIR
CLIMBING IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT HYPERMOBILITY. Gere
Luder, Switzerland
RR-PDS-3661. PREDICTORS OF BIOMECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS
OF LOWER LIMB DURING GAIT AND STAIR CLIMBING FOR HIP OA
Tuesday 16:00
SUBJECTS. Anastasia Protopapadaki, Greece
Neurology: spinal cord injury
RR-PDS-3817. SELF-EFFICACY RELATES TO GAIT MECHANICS IN KNEE
16:00-17:30, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
OSTEOARTHRITIS. Monica Maly, Canada
Chair: Leigh Hale (New Zealand)
RR-PDS-2337. JOINT COORDINATION IN THE RISING MOVEMENT:
PREDICTION OF THE DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION. Hiroshi Yamasaki, RR-PDS-3680. REHABILITATION THROUGHOUT LIFESPAN: CLIENT-
Japan CENTRED TASK-ORIENTED MODULAR THERAPY IN CERVICAL SPINAL
CORD INJURED PATIENTS. Annemie I.F. Spooren, Netherlands
RR-PDS-805. REDUCED ANKLE POWER GENERATION AT PUSH OFF
LEADS TO SLOW GAIT FOLLOWING TBI. Gavin Williams, Australia RR-PDS-531. ELECTRICAL STIMULATION COMBINED WITH
PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE TRAINING INCREASES STRENGTH IN
PEOPLE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY. Lisa Harvey, Australia
RR-PDS-1014. DIFFICULTY OF ELDERLY SUBJECTS WITH SPINAL
Tuesday 10:45 CORD INJURY TO TRANSLATE MOTOR RECOVERY - BODY
FUNCTIONS - INTO DAILY LIVING ACTIVITIES. Markus Wirz,
Switzerland
Methods of teaching & learning
RR-PDS-1161. RELIABILITY OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL GAIT ANALYSIS
10:45-12:15, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
IN CERVICAL SPONDYLOTIC MYELOPATHY. Ailish McDermott, Ireland
Chair: Chaker Bou Abdallah (Lebanon)
RR-PDS-3828. THE 6-MINUTE MANUAL WHEELCHAIR PROPULSION
RR-PDS-573. BLENDED-LEARNING IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN THE TEST: A NOVEL, RELIABLE AND PRECISE PERFORMANCE-BASED
TRADITIONAL LEARNING APPROACH. Stefania Pulcini, Italy OUTCOME MEASURE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY.
SI-PDS-1258. ENHANCING REFLECTION AND CONTINUOUS Dany Gagnon, Canada
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD) USING EPORTFOLIOS TO
SCAFFOLD BLENDED LEARNING AND SIMULATION RESOURCES.
Suzanne Gough, United Kingdom
SI-PDS-2191. USING LIVE REAL-TIME VIDEO CONFERENCING
TECHNOLOGY TO OFFER AN ENTRY-LEVEL PHYSICAL THERAPY
PROGRAM TO STUDENTS AT A RURAL SATELLITE CAMPUS.
Bernadette Martin, Canada
SI-PDS-2345. PHYSIOTHERAPY ESKILLS ENHANCING LEARNING OF
PRACTICAL SKILLS BY PROVIDING A HIGH-QUALITY ONLINE
LEARNING RESOURCE. Colleen Canning, Australia
RR-PDS-2623. A SURVEY OF HEALTHCARE STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS
OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNING (CAL). Phyllis Fletcher-Cook,
United Kingdom
RR-PDS-3309. THE INSIDE STORY! AN EVALUATIVE APPROACH FOR
UTILISING ULTRASOUND IMAGING TO ENHANCE HUMAN ANATOMY
LEARNING IN UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS. Karen
McCreesh, Ireland

Tuesday 13:45
Professional issues: general
13:45-15:15, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
Chair: Emma Stokes (Ireland)
SI-PDS-4008. ASSESSMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS WHO HAVE
QUALIFIED OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA AS PART OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR
GENERAL REGISTRATION. Margaret Grant, Australia
SI-PDS-993. ANATOMY OF A CAMPAIGN: REFLECTIONS ON THE
ADVOCACY EFFORTS TO ACHIEVE SPECIALIST REGISTRATION IN
AUSTRALIA. Jonathon Kruger, Australia
SI-PDS-1127. THE CHARTERED SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (CSP)
ENGLISH REGIONAL NETWORK PROGRAMME TO SUPPORT MEMBERS
AND PROMOTE PHYSIOTHERAPY. Sarah Bazin, Belgium

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Poster displays - Tuesday


RR-PO-302-13-Tue. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICY AND
Tuesday 12:00-13:00 CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN UK
PHYSIOTHERAPY: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. Jacqueline Waterfield,
ADVANCED PRACTICE 1 United Kingdom
RR-PO-301-12-Tue. PERCEPTIONS OF ADVANCED CLINICIAN SI-PO-302-15-Tue. THE AGILE PROJECT: USING AN INTERNATIONAL
PRACTITIONER IN ARTHRITIS CARE (ACPAC) PROGRAM-TRAINED WIKI TO ENGAGE AND DEVELOP CLINICAL UNDERSTANDING AND
PRACTITIONERS: ROLES AND ROLE UTILIZATION WITHIN THE REASONING OF PHYSIOTHERAPY WITH OLDER PEOPLE. Bhanu
ONTARIO HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. Kelly Warmington, Canada Ramaswamy, United Kingdom
RR-PO-301-10-Tue. ADVANCED PRACTICE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS: SI-PO-301-15-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF A PATIENT CARE REFLECTION
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTITIONERS WHO REDUCE WAIT TIMES. Linda TOOL FOR A CONTINUING COMPETENCY PORTFOLIO. Audrey Lowe,
Woodhouse, Canada Canada
SI-PO-301-8-Tue. AN EXTENDED MODEL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY SI-PO-302-5-Tue. CAREER MODEL AS A TOOL FOR ENHANCING
MODES OF ACTION. Tim Watson, United Kingdom PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AMONG PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Maarit
RR-PO-301-6-Tue. AN ASSESSMENT OF EXTENDED SCOPE Laurila, Finland
PHYSIOTHERAPIST PRACTITIONER'S EXPERTISE IN THE
INTERPRETATION OF KNEE MRI SCANS. Elizabeth Shakinovsky, United
EDUCATION: General 1
Kingdom SI-PO-201-10-Tue. IS THE BODY OF KNOWLEDGE OF
PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE AND EDUCATION FRAGMENTED AND
SI-PO-301-4-Tue. ESTABLISHING AN ORTHOPAEDIC PHYSIOTHERAPY MULTIDIMENSIONAL. Camilla Wikstrm-Grotell, Finland
PRACTITIONER ROLE ON THE WARDS OF AN ACUTE TRAUMA
HOSPITAL. Katrina Kennedy, United Kingdom RR-PO-201-24-Tue. CONSCIOUSNESS SURVEY REGARDING
PALPATION. Toyomi Nagai, Japan
SI-PO-301-2-Tue. CRITICAL CARE OUTREACH: AN ADVANCED
PRACTICE ROLE FOR THE EXPERIENCED CRITICAL CARE RR-PO-201-20-Tue. DO PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS VALUE
PHYSIOTHERAPIST. Amanda Thomas, United Kingdom ACADEMIC CLINICAL SKILLS COURSES MORE HIGHLY FOLLOWING
CLINICAL PLACEMENTS?. Ruth Barclay-Goddard, Canada
COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION 1 RR-PO-201-18-Tue. FACTORS THAT RELATES TO NATIONAL
RR-PO-201-5-Tue. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY-BASED PHYSICAL THERAPY EXAMINATION SCORES. Kazuo Kurosawa, Japan
REHABILITATION FOR PROVIDING SERVICES TO STROKE PATIENTS
SI-PO-201-16-Tue. A MULTIFACETED PATH TO EDUCATE STUDENTS
WITH FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS AND PARTICIPATION RESTRICTION:
AS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE PROFESSIONALS. Michela Bozzolan,
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Lionel Naidoo, South Africa
Italy
SI-PO-201-3-Tue. PROVISION OF BASIC REHABILITATION SERVICES
RR-PO-201-26-Tue. FEASIBILITY AND IMPACT OF A MULTI-
TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IN REMOTE AREAS; A NEPAL MODEL.
COMPONENT EDUCATION INTERVENTION ON IMPROVING SELF-
David Lowen, United Kingdom
EFFICACY TO IMPLEMENT EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AMONG
RR-PO-201-1-Tue. GLOBAL PROFESSION, LOCAL NEEDS: THE ROLE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN STROKE REHABILITATION. Nancy Salbach,
OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION - Canada
EXAMPLES FROM TANZANIA AND THE SUDAN. Graziella Van den
RR-PO-201-22-Tue. PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION IN
Bergh, Norway
PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION GENDER PERSPECTIVE. John
Hammond, United Kingdom
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1
RR-PO-301-17-Tue. ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE AND BARRIERS RR-PO-202-8-Tue. AN EXPLORATION INTO FACTORS THAT MAY
TOWARDS CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AMONG INFLUENCE CAREER CHOICE WITHIN PHYSIOTHERAPY POST
CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN GHANA. Ajediran Bello, Ghana QUALIFICATION. Rosalie Bennett, United Kingdom
SI-PO-301-19-Tue. RECERTIFICATION PROGRAMME FOR RR-PO-201-8-Tue. WIDENING ACCESS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN NEW ZEALAND - SUPPORTIVE, EDUCATIVE, EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA - POINTERS FROM STUDENTS
WITH CHECKS AND BALANCES. Susan Beggs, New Zealand RECORDS. Dele Amosun, South Africa
SI-PO-301-21-Tue. PROGRAMME FOR SYSTEMATIC UPGRADING OF SI-PO-201-14-Tue. MOVEMENT LABORATORY BASED LEARNING IN
COMPETENCIES FOR HOSPITAL BASED PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Merete PHYSIOTHERAPY A DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Lars Henrik Larsen,
Wormslev, Denmark Denmark
RR-PO-302-1-Tue. CLINICAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM VERSUS RR-PO-201-28-Tue. PREPARING FOR THE WORLD OF WORK:
TRANSITIONAL DPT: IMMEDIATE PREFERENCE OF NIGERIAN DISABLED STUDENTS EXPERIENCES OF WORK PLACEMENT. Lorraine
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS FOR A PATHWAY TO POST-GRADUATE Desouza, United Kingdom
PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINICAL TRAINING. Emmanuel John, United States RR-PO-202-2-Tue. GREEK STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF
of America CARDIORESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPY. Eleni Kortianou, Greece
SI-PO-302-3-Tue. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SELF-RATING TOOL SI-PO-202-6-Tue. PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS AND INTERACTIVE
TOWARDS THE EVALUATION OF COMPETENCY IN AMPUTEE PROGRAMMES IN CARINGTV. Johanna Leskela, Finland
REHABILITATION. Mary Jane Cole, United Kingdom
SI-PO-202-10-Tue. ENTRY-LEVEL MULTIDISCIPLINARY
RR-PO-302-7-Tue. THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF PRACTICE: A COMPETENCIES FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS CARING FOR OLDER
LONGITUDINAL QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE LEARNING ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES: IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSICAL
AND DEVELOPMENT OF PROMISING NOVICE PHYSICAL THERAPISTS. THERAPY. John Barr, United States of America
Elizabeth Mostrom, United States of America
RR-PO-202-12-Tue. IS THE OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED CLINICAL
SI-PO-302-9-Tue. USING SPIRAL LEARNING TO CONSOLIDATE EXAMINATION A GOOD TOOL TO EVALUATE PERFORMANCE OF
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL ACQUISITION FOR UPPER LIMB STUDENTS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY?. Flavia Souza, Brazil
MUSCULOSKELETAL ADVANCED PRACTITIONERS. Denise Prescott,
United Kingdom SI-PO-202-14-Tue. INNOVATIVE GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY:
PREPARING STUDENTS TO BECOME ADVOCATES OF TODAY AND
SI-PO-302-11-Tue. EDUCATING LIFELONG LEARNING HEALTH POLICY MAKERS OF TOMORROW TO MOVE PHYSIOTHERAPY
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS; MOVING FROM WHAT WE ARE TOWARDS WHO FORWARD. Aliya Chaudry, United States of America
WE ARE!. Paul Beenen, Portugal

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RR-PO-202-18-Tue. STUDENT AND QUALIFIED PHYSIOTHERAPIST RR-PO-204-6-Tue. EFFECT OF CARRIER FREQUENCY OF


ATTITUDES TO, AND EXPECTATIONS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING INTERFERENTIAL CURRENT ON PRESSURE PAIN THRESHOLD AND
OF MASSAGE IN PRE-REGISTRATION PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. SENSORIAL COMFORT IN HUMANS. Richard Liebano, Brazil
Claire White, United Kingdom
RR-PO-204-8-Tue. A NEW METHOD OF MUSCLE STRENGTH
SI-PO-201-6-Tue. CURRICULAR ASSESSMENT AND REDESIGN OF A TRAINING FOR OLDER ADULTS BY MEANS OF COMBINED
PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM IN SURINAME: A CASE STUDY OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION AND VOLITIONAL CONTRACTION. Yoshio
COLLABORATION. Marianne Janssen, United States of America Takano, Japan
RR-PO-202-16-Tue. EXPLORING LEVELS OF MULTICULTURAL SI-PO-203-12-Tue. EFFECTS OF LOW INTENSITY PULSED
COMPETENCE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS AT DOCTOR OF ULTRASOUND THERAPY ON FRACTURE HEALING; A SYSTEMATIC
PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM INITIATION. Annlee Burch, United REVIEW APPROACH. Siamak Bashardoust Tajali, Canada
States of America
RR-PO-203-10-Tue. EFFECTS OF COOLING ON REACTIVE RESISTIVE
RR-PO-202-4-Tue. OPINION OF NIGERIAN PHYSIOTHERAPISTS ON FORCE AND LONG-LATENCY REFLEX DURING SUDDEN
INTRODUCTION OF THE DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY DEGREE PERTURBATION. Kaori Ohta, Japan
PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA. Olubusola Johnson, Nigeria
RR-PO-202-26-Tue. COMPARISON OF TWO NEAR-INFRARED LIGHT
DEVICES IN REGARDS TO SKIN AND TISSUE HEATING IN A
ELECTROPHYSICAL & ISOTHERMAL AGENTS 1
RANDOMIZED SINGLE-BLIND CONTROLLED TRIAL. Ulrike Mitchell,
RR-PO-204-18-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS
United States of America
ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION, THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE AND THE
PURSUIT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF TWO TECHNIQUES IN KNEE RR-PO-202-28-Tue. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ICE WATER IMMERSION
OSTEOARTHRITIS. Paula Rodrigues, Brazil IN THE TREATMENT OF DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS IN THE
LOWER LEG. Simon Barry, United Kingdom
RR-PO-203-22-Tue. LOW INTENSITY LASER THERAPY MODULATES
GENE EXPRESSION AND INCREASES HUMAN MUSCLE PERFORMANCE RR-PO-203-2-Tue. COMPARISON OF DEXAMETHAZONE
IN EXERCISE. Cleber Ferraresi, Brazil IONTOPHORESIS AND PHONOPHORESIS IN THE TREATMENT OF
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME. Amir Hoshang Bakhtiary, Iran
RR-PO-203-24-Tue. IN VIVO EFFECTS OF SONIC WAVES IN BURN
WOUND HEALING. Patricia Meyer, Brazil RR-PO-203-18-Tue. EFFECT OF TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL
MUSCLE STIMULATION ON GLUCOSE TOLERANCE AND INSULIN
RR-PO-203-26-Tue. BIOMECHANICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES
SENSITIVITY IN RATS. Hiroyuki Watanabe, Japan
INDUCED BY LOW FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS IN
MUSCULAR LESIONS. Oscar Ronzio, Argentina RR-PO-203-4-Tue. THE THERMAL EFFECTS OF THERAPEUTIC LASERS
ON HUMAN SKIN. Jon Joensen, Norway
RR-PO-203-28-Tue. LOW-LEVEL LASER THERAPY AND EXERCISE IN
PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Amelia Pasqual Marques, RR-PO-203-20-Tue. EFFECT OF THE THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND ON
Brazil MUSCLE HARDNESS AND ACTIVE RANGE OF MOTION. Katsuyuki
Morishita, Japan
RR-PO-204-2-Tue. SOLEUS H-REFLEX ASYMMETRY IN IDIOPATHIC
SCOLIOSIS: EVIDENCE OF NEUROMUSCULAR ALTERATION OF THE RR-PO-203-8-Tue. ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF TENS FOR PHANTOM
MOTOR DRIVE AS A POSSIBLE ETIOLOGY. Hesham Alrowayeh, Kuwait LIMB PAIN FOLLOWING AMPUTATION: A CASE STUDY USING
CURRENT PERCEPTION THRESHOLD FOR PAIN EVALUATION.
RR-PO-202-24-Tue. EFFICACY OF KOTS RUSSIAN
Mikimasa Aoki, Japan
ELECTROESTIMULATION IN QUALITY OF LIFE, FUNCTIONAL
CAPACITY, MUSCULAR FORCE AND EQUILIBRIUM IN KNEE EQUIPMENT / ORTHOTICS / PROSTHETICS 1
OSTEOARTHRITIS: CLINICAL TRIAL. Gisela Espinosa Cuervo, Mexico
RR-PO-302-24-Tue. EFFECT OF A NEW ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING
RR-PO-204-16-Tue. IS PULSED ELECTRICAL STIMULATION A VIABLE OF UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT BY USING A THREE-DIMENSIONAL
TREATMENT OPTION IN MANAGING PAIN FROM OSTEOARTHRITIS OF HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY SYSTEM. Toshiaki Tanaka, Japan
THE KNEE?. Robyn Fary, Australia
RR-PO-303-6-Tue. LATERALLY WEDGED INSOLE FOR GAIT
RR-PO-203-16-Tue. COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO TYPES OF IMPROVEMENT IN STROKE PATIENTS. Wen-Yin Chen, Taiwan
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION IN THE TREATMENT OF THE UPPER
RR-PO-303-2-Tue. BIOMECHANICAL GAIT ANALYSIS OF TRANS-
EXTREMITY IN PERSONS WITH A STROKE. Fbio Cupti, Brazil
FEMORAL AMPUTEES -COMPARISON BETWEEN LEVEL AND RAMP
RR-PO-204-14-Tue. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THERAPEUTIC WALKING-. Toru Nishiyama, Japan
ULTRASOUND EQUIPMENTS IN THE PULSATE MODE. Cristina Ferrari,
RR-PO-302-22-Tue. EFFECT OF THE BENEFOOT WALKER ON
Brazil
PLANTAR PRESSURE DURING WALKING IN APPARENTLY HEALTHY
RR-PO-204-20-Tue. ASSESSMENT OF HEATING PATTERNS PEOPLE. Kwadwo Osei Appiah-Kubi, Ghana
GENERATED BY THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND INSONATION ON
RR-PO-302-20-Tue. RELATIVE AEROBIC LOAD OF ELDERLY PEOPLE
SYNTHETIC PHANTOMS. Rodrigo Leite Queiroga Basto, Brazil
WALKING WITH A LOWER LIMB PROSTHESIS AND THE RELATION
RR-PO-202-20-Tue. SURFACE NEUROMUSULAR ELECTRICAL WITH PREFERRED WALKING SPEED. Daphne Wezenberg, Netherlands
STIMULATION FOR QUADRICEPS STRENGTHENING PRE AND POST
SI-PO-302-18-Tue. A CASE STUDY ON ORTHOTIC MANAGEMENT OF
TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT: A COCHRANE REVIEW. Brenda
ACQUIRED DYSARTHRIA WITH ATHETOSIS. Venkatakannan
Monaghan, Ireland
Packirisamy, Switzerland
SI-PO-204-12-Tue. EVALUATION OF HEATING PATTERNS
RR-PO-303-4-Tue. EXPERIENCES OF STANDING IN STANDING
GENERATED BY THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND APPLICATION IN
DEVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. Birgitta Nordstrm,
PHYSICAL THERAPY PROCEDURES. Jaqueline Nunes Burigo de S,
Sweden
Brazil
RR-PO-202-22-Tue. TESTING A NOVEL TRANSIENT PLACEBO EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 1
TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION SI-PO-204-21-Tue. INTEGRATING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AND
INTERVENTION. Deirdre Walsh, United Kingdom ICF MODEL IN A GERIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY COURSE. Saad
RR-PO-204-10-Tue. EFFECT OF 5KHZ NON-MODULATED Bindawas, Saudi Arabia
ALTERNATING CURRENT AND CONVENTIONAL TRANSCUTANEOUS RR-PO-204-25-Tue. EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN PHYSICAL
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION (TENS) ON SENSORY NERVE THERAPISTS IN UKRAINE ESTABLISHING PRACTICE, LIMITATIONS
CONDUCTION IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS. Julio Gmez-Soriano, Spain AND BARRIERS. Emma Stokes, Ireland

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SI-PO-204-27-Tue. PEDRO SCALE : THE FRENCH FORWARD- HEALTH PROMOTION & WELLBEING 1
BACKWARD TRANSLATION. Jolle Andre Vert, France SI-PO-305-4-Tue. HEALTH PROMOTION IN MUSIC SCHOOLS AN
SI-PO-204-23-Tue. A CLASSIFICATION OF INTERVENTIONS: A INTERNATIONAL PROJECT TALE. Anabela Martins, Portugal
BUILDING BLOCK FOR EVIDENCE BASED PHYSICAL THERAPY. RR-PO-304-16-Tue. EFFECTS OF AQUATIC EXERCISE ON
Catherine Sykes, United Kingdom PULMONARY FUNCTION IN HEALTHY THAI SUBJECTS. Taweesak
Janyacharoen, Thailand
EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 1
RR-PO-303-15-Tue. CONTEMPORARY PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE IN RR-PO-304-18-Tue. THE EFFECTS OF THE USAGE OF NINTENDOS WII
TERMS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION: SENIOR FIT ON MUSCULAR RECRUITMENT. Pedro Rizzi de Oliveira, Brazil
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS. Elaine RR-PO-304-20-Tue. EDUCATIONAL EXERCISE GUIDANCE PREVENTED
Collins, Ireland METABOLIC SYNDROME AND PROMOTED HEALTH IN THE
RR-PO-304-7-Tue. IMPAIRMENT-TARGETED EXERCISES FOR OLDER PARTICIPANTS OF THE SPECIAL HEALTH CHECKUP PROGRAM IN
ADULTS WITH KNEE PAIN: A PROOF-OF-PRINCIPLE STUDY. Laurence JAPAN. Daisuke Matsumoto, Japan
Wood, United Kingdom RR-PO-304-22-Tue. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HABITS OF
RR-PO-303-9-Tue. CAN TAEKWONDO TRAINING SPEED UP THE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN ISRAEL A PILOT STUDY. Nirit Rotem-Lehrer,
DEVELOPMENT OF BALANCE AND SENSORY FUNCTIONS IN YOUNG Israel
ADOLESCENTS?. S M Fong, Hong Kong RR-PO-305-2-Tue. ADVANCING KNOWLEDGE OF THE CAUSES OF
RR-PO-304-13-Tue. ANALYSIS OF CHRONOTROPIC RESPONSE AND NON-SPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION: A
BLOOD LACTATE FIXED BY THE TOLERANCE TIME IN DIFFERENT SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Jenny King, United Kingdom
INTENSITIES OF RESISTANCE EXERCISE IN YOUNG. Vivian Arakelian, RR-PO-305-12-Tue. COMPARATIVE ANALYSES OF GAIT PARAMETERS
Brazil AND BALANCE BETWEEN NORDIC POLE WALKING AND
RR-PO-303-13-Tue. ACUTE EFFECTS OF ONE-SESSION OF WHOLE INDEPENDENT FAST WALKING USING BODY WORN SENSOR
BODY VIBRATION TRAINING ON ISOKINETIC STRENGTH OF ROTATOR TECHNOLOGY. Roberta Henderson, United States of America
CUFF AND SHOULDER PROPRIOCEPTION. Farima Forouhideh, Iran RR-PO-305-6-Tue. EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON HEART RATE
RR-PO-304-9-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF PILATES-BASED THORAIC VARIABILITY, CORTISOL, AND STRESS ON YOUNG ADULTS WITH A
EXERCISES FOR PATIENTS WITH NECK PAIN. Fei-Hsin Cheng, Taiwan DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER. Deirdra Murphy,
United States of America
RR-PO-303-17-Tue. EXTENDING THE RANGE OF TREADMILL TESTING
FOR PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Verona RR-PO-305-8-Tue. KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTIONS OF
Gerardu, Netherlands OSTEOPOROSIS AMONGST 16 18 YEARS OLD STUDENTS IN MALE,
MALDIVES. Jane Simmonds, United Kingdom
RR-PO-303-19-Tue. EFFECTS OF THE TONIC VIBRATION REFLEX ON
MAXIMAL VOLUNTARY MUSCLE CONTRACTION FORCE. Satoshi Kido, RR-PO-305-10-Tue. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, PERFORMANCE MEASURES,
Japan AND GAIT VARIABILITY IN PEOPLE WITH LOWER-LIMB AMPUTATION.
Suh-Jen Lin, United States of America
RR-PO-303-21-Tue. CIRCULATORY RESPONSES DURING TREADMILL
WALKING WITH OR WITHOUT LOWER BODY POSITIVE PRESSURE IN RR-PO-305-14-Tue. FOCUS ON FALLS PREVENTION IN ADULT
YOUNG AND ELDERLY SUBJECTS. Takeshi Sota, Japan SPECIAL OLYMPICS ATHLETES: REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN STRENGTH
AND BALANCE. Donna Bainbridge, United States of America
SI-PO-303-23-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAINING PROGRAMME TO
ENHANCE EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RR-PO-305-18-Tue. THE USE OF THE NINTENDO WIIFIT<REG> IN A
PROMOTION BY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Kay Cooper, United Kingdom COMMUNITY FUNCTIONAL BALANCE PROGRAM. Maureen Pascal,
United States of America
SI-PO-304-1-Tue. HIGH REPETETIVE, HIGH DOSAGE MEDICAL
EXERCISE THERAPY IS EFFECTIVE IN PATIENTS WITH LONG TERM RR-PO-304-24-Tue. EFFICACY OF BACK SCHOOL IN BRAZIL. Rogerio
SUBACROMIAL SHOULDER PAIN. Tom Arild Torstensen, Sweden Almeida, Brazil
RR-PO-304-3-Tue. PRESCRIPTION OF REHABILITATION IN A NEW RR-PO-305-16-Tue. IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF A BACK
SICK-LEAVE PERIOD - A LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON INFORMATION IN SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH MECHANICAL AND
SICKNESS CERTIFICATES. Emma Nilsing, Sweden DEGENERATIVE LOW BACK PAIN. Auristela Moser, Brazil
RR-PO-304-5-Tue. THE EFFECT OF THE ENVIRONMENT ON THE IMAGING & DIAGNOSTICS 1
CHARACTERISTICS OF A 30-MINUTE BRISK WALK. Ceri Sellers, United RR-PO-205-12-Tue. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BODY COMPOSITION
Kingdom BY DENSITOMETRY IN THE DOMINANT AND NONDOMINANT HEMI
RR-PO-303-11-Tue. COMPARISON OF TWO RESISTANCE TRAINGING BODIES IN SPASTIC HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY. Osmair Macedo,
PROTOCOLS, 6RM VERSUS 12 RM, TO INCREASE THE 1 RM IN HEALTY Brazil
YOUNGER ADULTS. Reidar Aarskog, Norway RR-PO-205-10-Tue. ULTRASONOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENT OF THE
RR-PO-304-11-Tue. THE EFFECT OF THE USE OF A PRESSURE THICKNESS OF THE RECTUS FEMORIS AND VASTUS INTERMEDIUS
BIOFEEDBACK UNIT ON ABDOMINAL ACTIVATION DURING A DURING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION. Tomotaka Ito, Japan
MOTOR CONTROL STABILITY EXERCISE. Camila Torriani-Pasin, Brazil RR-PO-205-8-Tue. RELIABILITY OF PULSED WAVE DOPPLER
ULTRASOUND IN MEASURING VOLUMETRIC ARTERIAL BLOOD FLOW
GLOBAL HEALTH: General 1 OF THE BRACHIAL, RADIAL, AND ULNAR ARTERIES. Bill Myrer, United
SI-PO-205-2-Tue. SKELETAL FLUOROSIS: AS ENCOUNTERED IN States of America
RURAL INDIA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN
ASIA AND AFRICA. Hilary Crowley, Canada RR-PO-205-6-Tue. SEGMENTAL CERVICAL VERTEBRAL MOTION AND
CLINICAL OUTCOMES FOLLOWING CONSERVATIVE AND SURGICAL
RR-PO-204-28-Tue. DIFFERENCES IN CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN INTERVENTIONS FOR CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY. Shabnam
PEOPLE WITH LOWER LIMB AMPUTATIONS WHO DIED BEFORE 12 Agarwal, India
WEEKS AND THOSE WHO SURVIVED. Lonwabo Lungile Godlwana,
South Africa RR-PO-205-16-Tue. EVALUATION OF THE OBTURATORIUS MUSCLE
USING MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING. Rikoh Hirao, Japan
RR-PO-205-4-Tue. INCIDENCE OF NEURITIS IN PATIENTS WITH
LEPROSY: THE EXPERIENCE OF AN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN RIO DE RR-PO-205-18-Tue. POSTMASTECTOMY LYMPH EDEMA: DIFFERENT
JANEIRO/BRAZIL. Natlia Rodrigues, Brazil PATTERS OF FLUID DISTRIBUTION VISUALISED BY ULTRASOUND
IMAGING COMPARED WITH MRI. An Tassenoy, Belgium

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RR-PO-205-20-Tue. COMPARISON OF IN VIVO AND IN VITRO LONG RR-PO-307-8-Tue. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC
BONE ULTRASOUND CHARACTERIZATION IN ANIMAL MODEL. Aldo REHABILITATION AND ISSUES OF OUTCOME PREDICTION AFTER
Pereira, Brazil LUMBAR FUSION SURGERY. Allan Abbott, Sweden
RR-PO-205-14-Tue. AN FMRI STUDY OF RIGHT HAND MOVEMENT RR-PO-307-10-Tue. EFFECTS OF PREHABILITATION ON EARLY
DURING MIRROR AND VIDEO OBSERVATION IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS. REHABILITATION OUTCOMES FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE
Roberto Gatti, Italy ARTHROPLASTY IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Tony
Brosky, United States of America
KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION 1 RR-PO-307-12-Tue. THE COURSE OF LIMITATIONS IN ACTIVITIES IN
SI-PO-205-22-Tue. CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE AND HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS: RISK FACTORS FOR
TEMUCO, CHILE - AN INTERNATIONAL EXAMPLE OF TRANSLATIONAL FUTURE FUNCTIONAL DECLINE. Cindy Veenhof, Netherlands
COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH TO FOSTER EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE.
Sarah Blanton, United States of America RR-PO-306-4-Tue. STIFFNESS OF MASSETER TAUT BANDS IN
PATIENTS WITH TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDER AND THE
RR-PO-206-2-Tue. LOCAL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE IN A IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF OROFACIAL MYOFASCIAL RELEASE. Chuan-
REHABILITATION SETTING: FEASIBILITY AND IMPACT ON RESEARCH Yuan Chiu, Taiwan
AND PRACTICE. Adriana Venturini, Canada
RR-PO-306-22-Tue. FACTORS AFFECTING POSTURAL SWAY IN THE
SI-PO-205-26-Tue. BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN CLINICAL PRACTICE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE PERIOD OF PATIENTS WHO UNDERWENT
GUIDELINES AND CLINICAL PRACTICES IN THE ALLIED HEALTH TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY DUE TO KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS.
PROFESSIONS. Pierre Trudelle, France Tomonori Muto, Japan
RR-PO-205-24-Tue. EXPERIENCES OF GUIDELINE IMPLEMENTATION RR-PO-305-20-Tue. PHYSICAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING TKA
IN A PHYSIOTHERAPY (PT) CONTEXT. Heli Kangas, Finland COMPARED TO AGE MATCHED HEALTHY CONTROLS. Judith Lane,
RR-PO-205-28-Tue. EFFECTS OF AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR United Kingdom
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS TO ENHANCE THE USE OF OUTCOME RR-PO-306-18-Tue. INFLUENCES ON FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY OF
MEASURES IN DAILY PRACTICE. Jan Custers, Netherlands INFLAMMATION FOR PATIENTS IN THE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE
STAGE AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY. Ichiro Kawano, Japan
MUSCULOSKELETAL: Orthopaedics 1
RR-PO-306-6-Tue. RISK ASSESSMENT PREDICTION TOOL VALIDATED RR-PO-306-16-Tue. DETERMINANTS OF PAIN, FUNCTIONAL
FOR LENGTH OF STAY IN SHORT STAY ARTHROPLASTY WARD. Garry LIMITATIONS AND HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE SIX MONTHS
Allison, Australia AFTER TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT. Franois Desmeules, Canada
RR-PO-308-2-Tue. ONE LEG BALANCE ~ 20 YEARS AFTER ACL - RR-PO-306-14-Tue. DECLINE IN FUNCTIONAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL
RECONSTRUCTION. Ann-Katrin Stensdotter, Norway MEASURES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS AWAITING
JOINT REPLACEMENT. Kamary Coriolano-DaSilva, Canada
RR-PO-307-24-Tue. COPING AT HOME WITH THE SUPPORT OF
PHYSICAL THERAPY COUNSELLING AFTER TOTAL HIP RR-PO-306-12-Tue. KNEE-EXTENSION STRENGTH AND FUNCTIONAL
ARTHROPLASTY SURGERY. Arja Piirainen, Finland PERFORMANCE WHEN COMMENCING OUTPATIENT PHYSIOTHERAPY
AFTER HIP FRACTURE SURGERY. Jan Overgaard, Denmark
RR-PO-307-22-Tue. PATIENTS EXPERIENCES OF PREOPERATIVE
PHYSICAL THERAPY COUNSELING BEFORE TOTAL HIP RR-PO-306-10-Tue. EFFECTS OF PROPRIOCEPTIVE NEUROMUSCULAR
ARTHROPLASTY. Arja Piirainen, Finland FACILITATION STRETCHING TECHNIQUE ON KNEE JOINT FUNCTION
IN PEOPLE FOLLOWING UNILATERAL TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY.
RR-PO-307-20-Tue. DECISION TREES ON INDEPENDENT OF GAIT IN Szu-Hua Chen, Taiwan
PATIENTS WITH FEMORAL NECK FRACTURE. Tomoyuki Arai, Japan
RR-PO-306-8-Tue. DIFFERENCE IN OUTCOME OF DIFFERENT
RR-PO-307-18-Tue. KNEE PROPRIOCEPTION IN PATIENTS WITH OPERATIONS FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH FEMORAL NECK
PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME. Fabio Cyrillo, Brazil FRACTURES IN OUR HOSPITAL. Teruo Sugi, Japan
RR-PO-307-14-Tue. THE EFFECT OF MANUAL THERAPY ON
FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES OF SUBJECTS AFTER COLLES FRACTURE. MUSCULOSKELETAL: Rheumatology 1
Evgeniya Dimitrova, Bulgaria RR-PO-308-18-Tue. CENTRAL SENSITIZATION IN PATIENTS WITH
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW. Mira
RR-PO-305-24-Tue. HIP JOINT STIFFNESS DURING WALKING IN
Meeus, Belgium
INDIVIDUALS WITH TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY. Hiroshige Tateuchi,
Japan RR-PO-308-4-Tue. FIBROMYALGIA SYNDROME: PREVALENCE,
PHARMACOLOGICAL AND NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL
RR-PO-306-2-Tue. EFFECTS OF THE PELVIC COMPRESSION BELT ON
INTERVENTIONS IN OUTPATIENT HEALTH CARE: AN ANALYSIS OF
GLUTEUS MEDIUS, QUADRATUS LUMBORUM, AND LUMBAR
STATUTORY HEALTH INSURANCE DATA. Kristin Sauer, Germany
MULTIFIDUS ACTIVITIES DURING SIDE-LYING HIP ABDUCTION.
Kyungmi Park, South Korea RR-PO-309-2-Tue. DETERMINANTS OF LIMITATIONS IN ACTIVITIES IN
PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS OF HANDS. Mirelle Stukstette,
RR-PO-306-20-Tue. PROGRESSIVE STRENGTH TRAINING
Netherlands
COMMENCED 24 HOURS AFTER FAST-TRACK TOTAL KNEE
ARTHROPLASTY: IS IT FEASIBLE?. Thomas Linding Jakobsen, Denmark RR-PO-309-20-Tue. VALIDITY AND RESPONSIVENESS OF THE DUTCH
MCMASTER TORONTO ARTHRITIS PATIENT PREFERENCE
RR-PO-307-4-Tue. INTEGRATED KNEE JOINT FUNCTION IN ELDERLY
QUESTIONNAIRE (MACTAR) IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS. Di-
PEOPLE DURING GAIT. Takayuki Fujiwara, Japan
Janne Barten, Netherlands
RR-PO-307-6-Tue. PREDICTING THE DISCHARGE OUTCOMES AFTER
RR-PO-309-22-Tue. CORRELATION BETWEEN FUNCTIONALITY,
TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT (TKR) IN SINGAPORE USING THE RISK
SYNOVITIS AND THE PRESENCE OF CYTOKINES IN SYNOVIAL FLUID
ASSESSMENT AND PREDICTOR TOOL (RAPT). Celia Tan, Singapore
FROM PATIENTS WITH EARLY GRADES OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS.
RR-PO-307-2-Tue. IMPACT OF A THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE PROGRAM Karina Gramani-Say, Brazil
ON THE DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF YOUNG PEOPLE RECOVERING
RR-PO-309-16-Tue. HIGH-IMPACT TRAINING TO IMPROVE PHYSICAL
FROM TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY (THA). Robert Haennel, Canada
PERFORMANCE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH EARLY
RR-PO-306-24-Tue. VALIDATION OF POSTSURGICAL KNEE OEDEMA OSTEOARTHRITIS. Ari Heinonen, Finland
EVALUATION BY BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY. Claude Pichonnaz,
RR-PO-309-14-Tue. FLEXIBLE AND INEXPENSIVE FOOTWEAR
Switzerland
DECREASES JOINT OVERLOADS IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS DURING
GAIT. Isabel Sacco, Brazil

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RR-PO-309-12-Tue. EFFECT OF DYNAMIC EXERCISE ON FUNCTION IN RR-PO-206-18-Tue. RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL: MANUAL
PEOPLE WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS TAKING ANTI-TNF<ALPHA> THERAPY EFFECTIVENESS IN COMPARISON WITH TENS IN CERVICAL
MEDICATION: RESULTS OF A RCT. Tara Cusack, Ireland MOBILITY IN PATIENTS WITH MECHANICAL NECK DISORDERS. Beln
Daz Pulido, Spain
RR-PO-309-10-Tue. IS THE WORK ABILITY INDEX USEFUL TO
MEASURE THE ABSENCE DAYS IN ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS RR-PO-206-14-Tue. PROGNOSIS OF ACUTE NECK PAIN IS WORSE
PATIENTS?. Katharina Meyer, Switzerland THAN CURRENTLY RECOGNISED: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Julia Hush,
Australia
SI-PO-309-6-Tue. BETTER MANAGEMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS (BOA).
Carina Thorstensson, Sweden RR-PO-206-10-Tue. DO WHIPLASH PATIENTS DIFFER FROM OTHER
PATIENTS WITH NON-SPECIFIC NECK PAIN REGARDING PAIN,
RR-PO-308-14-Tue. DETERMINANTS OF RANGE OF MOTION IN
FUNCTION OR PROGNOSIS?. Arianne P. Verhagen, Netherlands
PATIENTS WITH EARLY OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE HIP AND/OR KNEE:
RESULTS FROM THE CHECK COHORT. Marike van der Leeden, RR-PO-206-8-Tue. COMPARISON OF LONGUS COLLI MUSCLE SIZE IN
Netherlands PATIENT SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC NECK PAIN WITH HEALTHY
RR-PO-309-4-Tue. EXERCISE ADHERENCE IMPROVES LONG-TERM SUBJECTS UTILIZING ULTRASONOGRAPHY. Khodabakhsh Javanshir,
Iran
PATIENT OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE HIP
AND/OR KNEE. Martijn Pisters, Netherlands RR-PO-206-4-Tue. DOES TARGETING COGNITIVE FACTORS IMPROVE
PHYSIOTHERAPY OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NECK
RR-PO-308-6-Tue. DOES PHYSIOTHERAPY AFFECT SEXUAL HEALTH
PAIN? A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Dave Thompson, United
FOR PERSONS WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS?. Kristina Areskoug-
Kingdom
Josefsson, Sweden
RR-PO-206-16-Tue. FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME AFTER ANTERIOR
RR-PO-308-24-Tue. EVALUATION OF THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF
CERVICAL DECOMPRESSION AND FUSION: A TEN YEAR FOLLOW- UP
POTENTIALLY MODIFIABLE PHYSICAL FACTORS ON HEALTH STATUS
OF A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY. Anna Hermansen, Sweden
IN PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Rui Soles Gonalves,
Portugal
NEUROLOGY: Spinal Cord Injury 1
RR-PO-308-22-Tue. QUADRICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLE FATIGUE IN SI-PO-207-18-Tue. THE JOURNEY OF CARE RELATED TO SECONDARY
PATIENTS WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Michal Elboim-Gabyzon, COMPLICATION COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT FOR INDIVIDUALS
Israel WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY: DO SOCIAL NETWORKS MATTER?. Sara
RR-PO-308-20-Tue. DOING IS BELIEVING: HEALTH BELIEFS BEFORE Guilcher, Canada
AND AFTER PARTICIPATION ON AN EXERCISED-BASED RR-PO-207-14-Tue. THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF A DYNAMIC
REHABILITATION PROGRAMME FOR CHRONIC KNEE PAIN. Michael SITTING BALANCE TEST FOR PEOPLE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY.
Hurley, United Kingdom Sheila Purves, Hong Kong
RR-PO-309-18-Tue. PRESENCE AND IMPACT OF RR-PO-207-10-Tue. SPINAL CORD INJURY AT EARLY POST-
AUTONOMIC SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH THE EHLERS-DANLOS DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE RESULTS IN FASTER AND GREATER MOTOR
SYNDROME. Inge De Wandele, Belgium RECOVERY THAN INJURY IN ADULTHOOD. Hidenori Takemoto, Japan
RR-PO-308-16-Tue. VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN THE NARRATIVES OF RR-PO-207-6-Tue. PATTERNS OF CHEST WALL KINEMATIC DURING
WOMEN WITH FIBROMYALGIA. Merja Sallinen, Finland EXPIRATION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH PARAPLEGIA AT SUPINE. Rong-
RR-PO-308-12-Tue. SELF-REPORTED KNEE INSTABILITY AND Jiuan Liing, Taiwan
ACTIVITY LIMITATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE RR-PO-207-16-Tue. IMPACT OF LOCOMOTOR TRAINING AND LEVEL
KNEE: RESULTS OF THE AMS-OA STUDY. Martin van der Esch, OF INJURY ON VENTILATORY FUNCTION IN PERSONS WITH MOTOR-
Netherlands INCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY. Jane Wetzel, United States of
RR-PO-308-10-Tue. VALIDATION OF THE AVOIDANCE MODEL IN America
PATIENTS WITH EARLY OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE. Wilfred Peter, RR-PO-207-12-Tue. COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL
Netherlands FIELD STIMULATION AND LOW-LEVEL LASER THERAPY ON BONE
RR-PO-308-8-Tue. COMPARISON OF THE THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF LOSS IN SPINAL CORD-INJURED RATS. Beatriz Amorim, Brazil
DICLOFENAC SODIUM AND METHYLSALICYLATE PHONOPHORESIS
IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Sunday Akinbo, NEUROLOGY: Stroke 1
Nigeria RR-PO-208-26-Tue. GRIP FORCE GENERATION AND ABRUPT RELEASE
REFLECT TWO COMPLEMENTARY ASPECTS OF HAND FUNCTION
MUSCULOSKELETAL: Spine 1 AFTER STROKE. Pvel Lindberg, France
RR-PO-206-12-Tue. THE EFFICACY OF NAGS ON ACTIVITIES OF DAILY RR-PO-208-24-Tue. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNEE MUSCLES
LIVING IN CERVICAL SPINE PAIN AND STIFFNESS. Deepak Kumar, FUNCTIONAL ABILITY AND 10 METERS MAXIMAL WALKING TIME
India WITH CHRONIC STROKE PATIENTS. Ryo Kondo, Japan
RR-PO-207-4-Tue. CERVICAL JOINT POSITION SENSE: A RR-PO-209-16-Tue. IPSILATERAL MOTOR DYSFUNCTION AFTER
COMPARISON BETWEEN NECK PAIN AND ASYMPTOMATIC STUDENT STROKE ASSESSED BY SPEED-ACCURACY TRADE-OFF PARADIGM.
VOLUNTEERS. Felipe Reis, Brazil Sandra Alouche, Brazil
RR-PO-206-26-Tue. IS ACTIVITY-RELATED CHANGE IN CERVICAL RR-PO-208-20-Tue. HIGHER INTENSITY TREADMILL DOES NOT HARM
MUSCLE THICKNESS RELATED TO PROPRIOCEPTIVE SENSITIVITY AT WALKING PATTERN OR QUALITY FOLLOWING STROKE: FEASIBILITY
NECK?. Suhyun Kim, South Korea OF A RANDOMISED TRIAL. Suzanne Kuys, Australia
RR-PO-206-22-Tue. MYOFASCIAL PAIN REFERRAL: PATTERN RR-PO-208-16-Tue. KNEE MUSCLE STRENGTH, BALANCE AND
IDENTIFICATION IN CERVICAL DYSFUNCTION. Derek Kyte, United FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE IN PERSONS WITH STROKE. Beatriz
Kingdom Fernandes, Portugal
RR-PO-206-20-Tue. THE EFFECT OF A CERVICAL ROTATIONAL SNAG RR-PO-207-22-Tue. SLOWNESS OF MOVEMENT MAY EXPLAIN THE
ON MEDIAN NERVER EXTENSIBILITY IN AN ASYMPTOMATIC REDUCTION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AFTER STROKE. Catherine Dean,
POPULATION, A WITHIN SUBJECTS RANDOMISED DESIGN. Paul Australia
Browning, United Kingdom
RR-PO-208-10-Tue. EVIDENCE OF ELECTROMECHANICAL-ASSISTED
GAIT TRAINING AFTER STROKE: A SYSTEMATIC COCHRANE REVIEW.
Jan Mehrholz, Germany

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RR-PO-209-4-Tue. SIMPLE PREDICTION RULES FOR DAYS TO RR-PO-209-20-Tue. IDENTIFYING THE COURSE OF IMPAIRMENTS
INDEPENDENT AMBULATORY OF STROKE PATIENTS IN AND PREDICTING DIFFICULTY CARING FOR THE PROFOUNDLY-
CONVALESCENT REHABILITATION WARDS USING SURVIVAL TREE AFFECTED ARM AFTER STROKE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Rhoda
MODEL. Hidenori Tomoda, Japan Allison, United Kingdom
SI-PO-208-8-Tue. FEASIBILITY OF LONGITUDINAL 3D-KINEMATIC RR-PO-209-18-Tue. INTERACTIVE BIMANUAL VIRTUAL MIRROR
MEASUREMENTS OF THE PARETIC UPPER LIMB IN PATIENTS WITH THERAPY ON CHRONIC STROKE: TWO SINGLE-CASE STUDIES. Andrea
STROKE OUTSIDE THE LABORATORY: A CASE REPORT. Joost Van Heinrichs, Switzerland
Kordelaar, Netherlands
RR-PO-208-28-Tue. DISABILITY OF COMMUNITY-DWELLING STROKE
RR-PO-208-6-Tue. IMPROVED GAIT PATTERNS FOLLOWING CHRONIC PATIENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A 6 MONTH FOLLOW-UP STUDY.
STROKE WITH LOW COST BODY WEIGHT AND TREADMILL TRAINING. Anthea Rhoda, South Africa
Angela Salomao Macedo Salinet, Brazil
RR-PO-208-22-Tue. MOBILISATION IN THE ACUTE PHASE OF STROKE
RR-PO-208-4-Tue. IDENTIFYING PERSONS AT RISK FOR MULTIPLE - AS SOON AS POSSIBLE? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Bernhard Elsner,
AND INJURIOUS FALLS AT 2-MONTHS POST-STROKE. Julie K. Tilson, Germany
United States of America
RR-PO-208-2-Tue. FOOT POSTURE VARIATIONS AFTER
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 1
STROKE:FREQUENCY, NATURE AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE. Saeed SI-PO-210-16-Tue. EVALUATION OF INCOMPANY OCCUPATIONAL
Forghany, Iran PHYSICAL THERAPY AT AKZO NOBEL COATINGS IN SASSENHEIM
(THE NETHERLANDS). Maaike van der Holst, Netherlands
RR-PO-207-28-Tue. THE EFFECT OF CAREGIVER EDUCATION ON THE
QUALITY OF LIFE OF STROKE SURVIVORS AND THEIR CARERS. RR-PO-210-4-Tue. EXERCISE THERAPY FOR OFFICE WORKERS WITH
Witness Mudzi, South Africa NON-SPECIFIC NECK PAIN: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Prawit
Janwantanakul, Thailand
RR-PO-207-24-Tue. DO THE GOALS OF PATIENTS WITH STROKE AND
MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROFESSIONALS MATCH? AN EXPLORATORY RR-PO-210-6-Tue. PROMOTING A SAFETY CLIMATE AND SAFETY
STUDY INVESTIGATING PATIENT-CENTREDNESS IN GOAL-SETTING. ACTIVITIES FOR HEALTH AND WORK ABILITY IN HOME CARE
Carolyn Roskell, United Kingdom SERVICES WORKERS. Agneta Larsson, Sweden

RR-PO-208-12-Tue. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRUNK POSITION RR-PO-210-8-Tue. EFFECTS OF A HEALTH PROMOTING
SENSE AND POSTURAL CONTROL DEFICITS IN PEOPLE POST STROKE. EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION - A ONE-YEAR FOLLOW UP. Gunvor
Susan Ryerson, United States of America Gard, Sweden

RR-PO-209-2-Tue. A PHYSIOTHERAPY PROTOCOL ON RECOVERY OF RR-PO-210-10-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ERGONOMIC


CARDIO-RESPIRATORY CONDITION AND FUNCTIONING HEALTH INTERVENTION PROGRAM FOR REDUCING WORK-RELATED
STATUS AFTER STROKE PILOT STUDY. Marlene Rosa, Portugal MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS IN COMMUNITY NURSES. Pui Yuk
Grace Szeto, Hong Kong
RR-PO-208-18-Tue. DIFFERENCES IN WEIGHT-BEARING
DISTRIBUTION DURING UPRIGHT STANCE MEASURED BY DIGITAL RR-PO-210-14-Tue. CHANGE OF MOTOR CONTROL STRATEGIES IN
SCALES IN SUBJECTS WITH OR WITHOUT HEMIPARESIS. Emerson INDIVIDUALS WITH WORK RELATED NECK PROBLEMS. Yi-Fen Shih,
Fachin Martins, Brazil Taiwan

RR-PO-209-6-Tue. AN EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTION FOR STROKE RR-PO-210-18-Tue. PREVENTIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR WORK
REHABILITATION IN THE HOME ENVIRONMENT: A KNOWLEDGE RELATED MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS: A BRAZILIAN
TRANSLATION STUDY. Julie Richardson, Canada EXPERIENCE. Marisa Fonseca, Brazil

RR-PO-209-8-Tue. PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE RR-PO-210-20-Tue. THE EFFECTS OF DUAL TASK ON POSTURE AND
WITH CHRONIC STROKE : A QUALITATIVE STUDY INVESTIGATING THE MUSCLE ACTIVITY OF UPPER TRUNK IN TOUCH AND NON-TOUCH
THERAPISTS PERSPECTIVE. Elisabeth Burge, Switzerland TYPISTS. Chiung-Ying Huang, Taiwan

RR-PO-209-10-Tue. THE NUMBER OF SYNAPSES IN THE PRIMARY SI-PO-210-22-Tue. VIDAR METHOD AS A TOOL IN ERGONOMIC
MOTOR CORTEX OF CONTRALESIONAL HEMISPHERE DOES NOT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS - EXPERIENCES IN CATERING AND
INCREASE AFTER CEREBRAL INFARCTION. Takuya Otani, Japan CLEANING SERVICES. Sirpa Rauas-Huuhtanen, Finland

RR-PO-209-12-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF THETA BURST STIMULATION RR-PO-210-24-Tue. PSYCHOSOCIAL WORKING CONDITIONS AMONG
(TBS), FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION (FES) AND A GROUP OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN POST-STROKE MOTOR REHABILITATION : MEASURED BY THE EFFORT-REWARD IMBALANCE MODEL. Birgit
RANDOMISED CONTROL TRIAL. Fayaz Khan, India Enberg, Sweden

RR-PO-209-14-Tue. TREATMENT DECISION-MAKING OF PHYSICAL RR-PO-210-28-Tue. PHYSICAL WORKLOAD OF CONSTRUCTION


THERAPY IN PATIENT WITH POST-CEREBRAL ARTERIOVENOUS WORKERS IN RELATION TO THEIR PHYSICAL CAPACITY. Mikko Julin,
MALFORMATION. Koji Ikeda, Japan Finland

RR-PO-210-2-Tue. DETECTING WALKING ACTIVITY IN PEOPLE WITH RR-PO-211-2-Tue. SPINAL DEFORMITIES IN COMMERCIAL LOAD
STROKE USING A NOVEL SHOE SENSOR. George Fulk, United States of PORTERS IN IBADAN, NIGERIA. Babatunde Adegoke, Nigeria
America RR-PO-210-12-Tue. PREVALENCE OF OSTEOMUSCULAR SYMPTOMS
RR-PO-209-28-Tue. THE EFFECT OF FORCED-USE TRAINING OVER AND RELATION TO OCCUPATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN
LOWER EXTREMITY ON GAIT, MOBILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS. Anna Gomes, Brazil
INDIVIDUALS WITH STROKE. Wen-Hsiu Yu, Taiwan
OLDER PEOPLE: Balance & Falls 1
RR-PO-209-26-Tue. BEHAVIOURAL CONSEQUENCES OF SYMMETRY- RR-PO-312-14-Tue. OSTEOPORORIS IN ELDERLY WOMEN: AN
BREAKING IN THE HEALTHY NEURO-MUSCULO-SKELETAL-SYSTEM: EXPLORATORY STUDY ON RISK OF FALLS, BALANCE, POSTURE
CONSEQUENCES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF BIMANUAL COORDINATION STATUS, FUNCTIONAL AUTONOMY AND QUALITY OF LIFE. Maria
IN STROKE. Rita Sleimen-Malkoun, France Araujo, Brazil
RR-PO-209-24-Tue. EFFECTS OF SITTING TRAINING ON A TILTING RR-PO-311-24-Tue. TAI CHI FOR FALLS PREVENTION: THE EFFECT OF
PLATFORM ON ACUTE STROKE PATIENTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROL GROUP EXERCISE. Elizabeth Binns, New Zealand
TRIAL. Yuji Fujino, Japan
RR-PO-312-2-Tue. FALLS AND ACTIVITY LEVEL IN COMMUNITY-
RR-PO-209-22-Tue. THE EFFECTS OF EARLY EXERCISE ON BRAIN DWELLING OLDER ADULTS. Monica Perracini, Brazil
DAMAGE AND RECOVERY AFTER FOCAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN
RATS. Fumiyo Matsuda, Japan

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RR-PO-312-4-Tue. FALLS AMONGST OLD PEOPLE, LIVING AT RR-PO-311-18-Tue. AGING MODIFIES ESTIMATED MAXIMUM REACH
LATITUDE DEGREES 65 50 N IN SWEDEN, RECEIVING HOME-HELP AND POSTURAL STRATEGY IN FUNCTIONAL REACH TEST. Hiroshi
SERVICES. Irene Vikman, Sweden Maejima, Japan
RR-PO-312-6-Tue. THE INFLUENCE OF AI CHI ON BALANCE AND RR-PO-310-16-Tue. EFFECTS OF MEDITATION WALK ON ANKLE
FEAR OF FALLING IN OLDER ADULTS: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL PROPRIOCEPTION AND BALANCE PERFORMANCE IN THAI ELDERLY
TRIAL. Johan Lambeck, Netherlands WOMEN. Saitida Lapanantasin, Thailand
SI-PO-312-8-Tue. NEW TASK SPECIFIC AND PROGRESSIVE BALANCE
TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDING DUAL/MULTI TASKS FOR ELDERLY.
PHYSICAL INACTIVITY 1
Agneta Sthle, Sweden RR-PO-211-14-Tue. INACTIVITY IN ADOLESCENTS, WHAT ARE THE
EFFECTS ON PHYSICAL CAPACITY?. Katarina Mikaelsson, Sweden
RR-PO-311-20-Tue. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH BALANCE
IMPAIRMENT IN LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS. Christy Tomkins-Lane, RR-PO-211-4-Tue. ENJOYING MOVEMENT AND BEING OVERWEIGHT
Canada FOCUSING ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH. Grete Stokkenes, Norway

RR-PO-312-12-Tue. THE VALIDITY OF A NEW TEST: STANDING RR-PO-211-10-Tue. COACTIVATION IN SEDENTARY AND ACTIVE
BALANCE AND REACH TEST. Ashraf Elazzazi, United States of America OLDER ADULTS DURING A SUBMAXIMAL POWER TASK: ACTIVITY-
RELATED DIFFERENCES. Ann Newstead, United States of America
RR-PO-312-10-Tue. VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF CENTER OF
PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS USING THE NINTENDO WII BALANCE SI-PO-211-18-Tue. HEALTH HIKING BY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
BOARD IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS. Lynette ENCOURAGING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH AN IMPACT ON
Sanchez, United States of America SALUTOGENESIS. Christoff Zalpour, Germany

RR-PO-310-22-Tue. PREVALENCE OF VESTIBULAR SYSTEM SI-PO-211-16-Tue. INVOLVEMENT OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE


DISORDERS IN ELDERLY FALLERS WHO DID NOT REPORT DIZZINESS PHYSIOTHERAPIST IN HEALTH ENHANCING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
IN INITIAL FALLS SCREENING: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY. PROMOTION AND CHRONIC DISEASES PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS.
Arokkiyasamy Selvanayagam, United Kingdom Andrea Backovic Jurican, Slovenia

RR-PO-309-24-Tue. SHOULD RESEARCH ON FUNCTIONAL TESTING RR-PO-211-8-Tue. THE EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
FROM DEVELOPED COUNTRIES BE APPLIED IN DEVELOPING EXPERIENCES OF OLDER ADULTS WITH KNEE PAIN: A MIXED
COUNTRIES? A REVIEW USING THE BERG BALANCE SCALE. Zachary METHODS STUDY. Nadine Foster, United Kingdom
Sommermeyer, United States of America
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 1
RR-PO-310-2-Tue. POSTURAL STABILITY EFFECTS DURING AND SI-PO-211-22-Tue. NORDIC FORUM FOR ETHICS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY.
AFTER INTERMITTENT LIGHT FINGER TOUCH. Hui-Ya Chen, Taiwan Jeanette Praestegaard, Denmark
SI-PO-310-4-Tue. EXAMINING OLDER PEOPLES EXPERIENCES OF RR-PO-211-20-Tue. INVOLVEMENT IN, AND VIEWS ON, SOCIAL
FALLS PREVENTION SERVICES. Jackie Riglin, United Kingdom RESPONSIBILITY OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN
RR-PO-310-6-Tue. A SIMPLE MODIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL REACH PROVINCE: A CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY. Karien Mostert-Wentzel,
TEST TO IMPROVE THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN REACH DISTANCE South Africa
AND BALANCE ABILITY IN OLDER ADULTS. Sang-I Lin, Taiwan
PROFESSIONAL ISSUES: General 1
RR-PO-310-8-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WALKING ABILITY AND SI-PO-312-20-Tue. PHYSIOTHERAPY IN THE EYES OF HEALTH CARE
BALANCE ABILITY AMONG THE ELDERLY. Satoshi Sugimoto, Japan EXECUTIVES IN ISRAEL. Orly Wachsler Yannai, Israel
RR-PO-310-10-Tue. PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS OF FALLS, RR-PO-312-16-Tue. JOB SATISFACTION AMONG PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
DIZZINESS, AND FEAR OF FALLING AMONG OLDER PEOPLE. Ulrika O IN GREECE. Konstantina Chanou, Greece
Moller, Sweden
RR-PO-311-22-Tue. EFFECTS OF FLOOR SURFACE PATTERN DURING PROFESSIONAL REGULATION 1
GAIT OF ELDERLY PEOPLES. Hiroshi Maeoka, Japan SI-PO-211-23-Tue. A ROLE FOR (REGULATED) PHYSIOTHERAPY
SPECIALIZATION IN 2015 - NEW ZEALANDS JOURNEY INTO
RR-PO-310-18-Tue. TRUNK KINEMATICS DURING GAIT ARE RELATED
UNCHARTERED TERRITORY. Janice Mueller, New Zealand
TO FALL HISTORY IN HEALTHY, ACTIVE ELDERLY. Marcel Toebes,
Netherlands SI-PO-211-27-Tue. MODELS OF PROFESSIONAL REGULATION AN
OVERVIEW OF CURRENT APPROACHES TO PHYSIOTHERAPY
RR-PO-311-2-Tue. CHANGES TO PERFORMANCE ON THE FIVE-TIMES-
REGULATION AND THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL
SIT-TO-STAND TEST OVER A THREE-YEAR TIME PERIOD. Charla Gray,
ASSOCIATIONS. Margaret Grant, Australia
Canada
SI-PO-211-25-Tue. STRENGTH IN UNDERSTANDING DIFFERENCES -
RR-PO-311-4-Tue. EFFECT OF AGEING ON COMPONENTS OF
ESTABLISHING THE INTERNATIONAL NETSORK OF PHYSICAL
NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL BALANCE CONTROL. Pragya Dhiman, India
THERAPY REGULATORY AUTHORITIES (INPTRA). Jan Robinson,
RR-PO-311-8-Tue. EXPLORING THE USE OF VIRTUAL REALITY Canada
TECHNOLOGY AS AN INTERVENTION IN VESTIBULAR
REHABILITATION. Khalid Alahmari, United States of America PUBLIC HEALTH 1
RR-PO-311-10-Tue. FALL DETECTION FOR OLDER PEOPLE - RR-PO-212-5-Tue. EFFECT OF SUPERVISED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON
SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY FOR A WAIST-WORN SENSOR. Lars BMI IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN. M. Alysia Mastrangelo, United
Nyberg, Sweden States of America

RR-PO-311-12-Tue. AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RR-PO-212-3-Tue. DOES DEPRIVATION INFLUENCE TREATMENT


POSTURAL CONTROL AND ATTENTIONAL COST IN ONE- LEGGED OUTCOMES IN PHYSIOTHERAPY? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Anna Lowe,
STANDING POSTURE. Hikaru Ihira, Japan United Kingdom

RR-PO-311-14-Tue. THE TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF STEPPING RR-PO-212-1-Tue. FACTORS THAT IMPACT ON HEALTHCARE
TASKS WITH AND WITHOUT A CONCURRENT COGNITIVE TASK IN WORKERS IMPLEMENTATION OF GUIDELINES / RECOMMENDATIONS
OLDER ADULTS. Xi Ruth Lu, Hong Kong RELATED TO INFECTION CONTROL WITHIN HEALTHCARE SETTING.
Olurotimi Bankole Ajagbe, Ireland
RR-PO-311-16-Tue. PREVENTION OF FALLS AND FRACTURES IN THE
CHAOS CLINIC - CHARACTERISTICS OF HOME HAZARDS AMONG RR-PO-212-7-Tue. THE CHALLENGES EXPERIENCED BY PERSONS
FALL-PRONE OLDER FINNS. Maarit Piirtola, Finland WITH DISABILITIES WHO LIVE IN CHIFUBU TOWNSHIP IN ZAMBIA.
Mary Sakala-Mumba, Zambia

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QUALIFYING EDUCATION 1 RR-PO-213-7-Tue. DETERMINING PREDICTORS TO SAFELY INITIATE


SI-PO-313-1-Tue. CAN WE PREDICT ATTRITION & ACADEMIC JOGGING AFTER ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION.
SUCCESS IN PRE-QUALIFYING PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAMMES?. Masahiro Satoh, Japan
Karen Hamm, United Kingdom RR-PO-213-5-Tue. FOOTBALL INJURIES DURING UNIVERSITY SPORT
RR-PO-313-3-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TEACHING MATERIAL SOUTH AFRICA (USSA) TOURNAMENT 2009. Siphe Mtshali, South
TO FACILITATE THE IMPROVEMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Africa
STUDENTS S MOTION ANALYSIS SKILLS. Hiroyasu Iwatsuki, Japan RR-PO-213-3-Tue. CRYOTHERAPY EFFECTS IN THE TREATMENT OF
RR-PO-313-5-Tue. A STUDY TO EXPLORE THE CHRONIC PAIN ACUTE MUSCULAR INJURY - BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS. Joao Paulo
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FINAL YEAR MEDICAL AND PHYSIOTHERAPY Chieregato Matheus, Brazil
UNDERGRADUATES IN GREECE. Konstantinos Drakopoulos, Greece RR-PO-212-27-Tue. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH RELATED
RR-PO-313-7-Tue. EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE: THE VIEWS AND FACTORS IMPACTING ON SELF-REPORTED BACKPAIN IN
EXPERIENCES OF U.K BSC (HONS) PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS. Alex SCHOOLGIRL ROWERS. Gill Johnson, New Zealand
Partridge, United Kingdom RR-PO-212-25-Tue. EFFECT OF ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MEDICATION
SI-PO-313-9-Tue. DEFINITION OF A NATIONAL COMPETENCE ON EXERCISE INDUCED RISE IN HEALTHY TENDON COLLAGEN
PROFILE AT BSC AND MSC LEVEL. Ccile Ledergerber, Switzerland SYNTHESIS IN HUMANS. Sune Dandanell, Denmark

RR-PO-313-13-Tue. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS RR-PO-212-23-Tue. AN IN VIVO BIOMECHANICAL STUDY ON THE


UNDERSTANDING OF COLLABORATION AND THE IMPACT OF THIS TENSION-VERSUS-KNEE FLEXION ANGLE CURVES OF 2 GRAFTS IN
ON THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION. ANATOMIC DOUBLE-BUNDLE ACL RECONSTRUCTION. Yoshie
Heather Thornton, United Kingdom Tanabe, Japan

SI-PO-313-15-Tue. THE FEASIBILITY OF THE ADMISSIONS MULTIPLE RR-PO-212-21-Tue. EFFECTS OF FATIGUE ON TRUNK STABILITY IN
MINI-INTERVIEW IN ASSESSING APPLICANTS NON-COGNITIVE ELITE-GYMNASTS. Jaap van Dieen, Netherlands
ATTRIBUTES TO A PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM. Moni Fricke, RR-PO-213-1-Tue. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WHOLE BODY
Canada REACTION TIME AND THE ONSET TIMING OF THE MUSCLES DURING
DROP LANDING. Rieko Sasaki, Japan
SPORTS INJURIES 1 RR-PO-212-19-Tue. THE EXAMINATION OF KNEE PROPRIOCEPTION
RR-PO-213-25-Tue. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RUNNERS LOWER
AND JOINT POSITION SENSE AMONG TURKISH BLACK SEA FOLK
LIMB ALIGNMENT WITH RUNNING-RELATED INJURIES: A SYSTEMATIC
DANCES PERFORMERS. Mehmet Akman, Turkey
REVIEW. Aline Carla Arajo Carvalho, Brazil
RR-PO-213-23-Tue. ACTIVITY PATTERNS FOLLOWING FUNCTIONAL
MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ANKLE SPRAIN. Chris Bleakley, United
Kingdom
Tuesday 13:00-14:00
RR-PO-213-21-Tue. KNEE MUSCLE STRENGTH AND JUMP CAPACITY
IN SUBJECTS WITH ACL-INJURY ABOUT 24 YEARS AFTER INJURY. Eva
Tengman, Sweden ADVANCED PRACTICE 2
RR-PO-301-13-Tue. ADVANCED CLINICIAN PRACTITIONER IN
RR-PO-213-15-Tue. INJURY PATTERNS AMONG GHANAIAN ARTHRITIS CARE (ACPAC) PROGRAM-TRAINED THERAPISTS IN
FOOTBALLERS DURING THE 2009/2010 GHANA PREMIER LEAGUE ONTARIO: IMPACT ON SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND CHANGE. Leslie
SEASON. Jonathan Quartey, Ghana Soever, Canada
RR-PO-213-19-Tue. PREOPERATIVE FACTORS AFFECTING SI-PO-301-1-Tue. FROM IMPLEMENTATION TO INTEGRATION
POSTOPERATIVE RETURN TO PREVIOUS SPORT ACTIVITY LEVEL IN PHYSIOTHERAPIST-LED MODEL CHANGES THE FACE OF
HIGHLY ACTIVE ATHLETES AFTER ACL RECONSTRUCTION. Takuya ORTHOPAEDICS IN AUSTRALIA: THE JOURNEY FROM VANCOUVER TO
Kitaguchi, Japan AMSTERDAM. David Smith, Australia
RR-PO-212-9-Tue. INVOLVED LOWER EXTREMITY NEUROMUSCULAR SI-PO-301-3-Tue. THE VALUE OF NON-MEDICAL PRESCRIBING BY
ADAPTATIONS IN SUBJECTS WITH HIGHER PERCEIVED SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPISTS FOR PATIENTS, THE SERVICE AND THE
CAPABILITY LEVELS FOLLOWING ACL RECONSTRUCTION. John PROFESSION. Bhanu Ramaswamy, United Kingdom
Nyland, United States of America
SI-PO-301-5-Tue. WHAT SHOULD A COMPETENCE BASED MODEL OF
RR-PO-212-15-Tue. INJURIES AMONG SWEDISH FEMALE ELITE ASSESSMENT OF ADVANCED PRACTITIONERS WORKING IN OUT-
FOOTBALL PLAYERS - A PROSPECTIVE POPULATION STUDY. Inger PATIENT MUSCULOSKELETAL TRAUMA INCLUDE?. Fiona Cowell,
Jacobson, Sweden United Kingdom
RR-PO-213-9-Tue. PLANTAR FASCIITIS AND PAIN SYMPTOM ARE SI-PO-301-7-Tue. EMERGING ROLES - DEVELOPING NON-MEDICAL
RELATED TO THE LONGITUDINAL ARCH SHAPE AND REARFOOT CONSULTANTS THROUGH AN INNOVATIVE POST-GRADUATE
ALIGNMENT OF THE RUNNERS. Slvia Maria Amado Joo, Brazil TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR THERAPISTS AND NURSES. Louise
RR-PO-213-13-Tue. EFFECT OF LUMBO-PELVIC MOTOR CONTROL ON Johnson, United Kingdom
MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY RATE IN PROFESSIONAL DANCERS. RR-PO-301-11-Tue. THE PHYSIOTHERAPIST AS A CONSULTANT IN
Nathalie Roussel, Belgium NURSING HOMES -FACTORS INFLUENCING NURSING STAFFS
RR-PO-212-11-Tue. RELIABILITY TESTING OF THE PATELLOFEMORAL EXECUTION OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN ACCORDANCE WITH
JOINT REACTION FORCE MEASUREMENT IN TAPED AND UNTAPED INSTRUCTIONS. Karin Valeskog, Sweden
PATELLOFEMORAL CONDITIONS DURING SQUATTING: A PILOT
STUDY. Javid Mostamand, Iran COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION 2
RR-PO-201-4-Tue. MEASURING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY
RR-PO-213-11-Tue. COMPARISON OF TRUNK ACCELERATIONS AND BASED REHABILITATION SERVICES IN CHILDREN WITH
KNEE FLEXION ANGLE DURING THREE TYPES OF LANDING BETWEEN DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Geertruida
BALLET DANCERS AND NON-DANCERS. Eri Fujii, Japan Bekker, United States of America
RR-PO-212-17-Tue. THE MUSCLE FACILITATION EFFECTS OF THE RR-PO-201-2-Tue. INTERNET USE AMONG COMMUNITY-BASED
KINESIO TAPING TECHNIQUE: CHANGE IN ISOKINETIC KNEE REHABILITATION PROVIDERS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. Euson
PERFORMANCE AMONG HEALTHY SUBJECTS. Roy Cheung, Hong Yeung, Canada
Kong

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CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2 RR-PO-201-13-Tue. MEASUREMENT OF EMPATHY CHANGES DURING
RR-PO-301-16-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN A PHYSICAL THERAPISTS EDUCATION AND RELATIONSHIP TO
EXPERIENCED PHYSICAL THERAPISTS: EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE GENDER. Amy Bayliss, United States of America
OF PATIENT-CENTERED ATTITUDES. Alice Salzman, United States of SI-PO-201-9-Tue. TESTING THE SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY
America COMPETENCY REHABILITATION IN FORMAL LEARNING IN
RR-PO-301-14-Tue. EXPERIENCES OF PHYSICAL THERAPISTS NOT- BULGARIA. Rumiana Tasheva, Bulgaria
KNOWING DURING INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING (ISL) WORK. RR-PO-201-27-Tue. VISUALLY IMPAIRED PHYSIOTHERAPY
Susan Klappa, United States of America STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF SUPPORT WHILE STUDYING AT A
SI-PO-301-18-Tue. A THREE LEVEL MODEL OF COMMUNICATION TERTIARY INSTITUTION. Tania Steyl, South Africa
FOR ENHANCING PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT AND CAREER SI-PO-201-15-Tue. EDUCATING TO COMBAT DISABILITY: A PROFILE
SUCCESS. Karen Mueller, United States of America OF PHYSIOTHERAPY TRAINING IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Karthikeyan
RR-PO-302-4-Tue. CLINICALLY FOCUSED MASTERS STUDY: MOVING Ramalingam, Papua New Guinea
TOWARDS CLINICAL EXPERTISE. Nicola Petty, United Kingdom RR-PO-202-5-Tue. ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS TOWARDS CHOSEN
RR-PO-301-22-Tue. AN EXPLORATION OF INDIAN CAREER IN THE CONTEXT OF DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS IN
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS GLOBAL MOBILITY: MOTIVATIONS, CENTRAL EUROPE - IMPLICATIONS FOR CURRICULA. Joanna Gotlib,
ASPIRATIONS, PRACTICE AND PROFESSION DEVELOPMENT. Kate Poland
Grafton, United Kingdom RR-PO-202-19-Tue. CONCEPTIONS OF SKILFULL KNOWLEDGE BY
RR-PO-301-24-Tue. STIMULATING RESEARCH INVOLVEMENT IN STUDENTS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY. Merja Kurunsaari, Finland
CLINICAL PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Jessie Janssen, New Zealand SI-PO-202-17-Tue. BUILDING A PHYSIOTHERAPY BACHELOR
SI-PO-302-2-Tue. CURRICULA MODIFICATIONS RESULTING FROM PROGRAM (BSC) IN SUDAN: A MODEL FOR NORTH-SOUTH
THE CHANGE IN THE POSTGRADUATE MUSCULOSKELETAL COLLABORATION BETWEEN TWO UNIVERSITIES. Mildrid Haugland,
PROGRAM FROM ASSOCIATION BASED TO ACADEMIC MASTER Norway
LEVEL. Hannu Luomajoki, Switzerland SI-PO-202-15-Tue. ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EHEA
SI-PO-302-8-Tue. REGULATING CONTINUING COMPETENCY; IN THE DEGREES OF THE HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITARY COLLEGE
QUEBECS EXPERIENCE. Sandy Sadler, Canada OF MALAGA. Alicia Gonzlez Represas, Spain
SI-PO-302-6-Tue. THE FIVE-YEAR STUDY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN RR-PO-202-13-Tue. USE OF A STANDARDIZED PATIENT ENCOUNTER
CROATIA THE FIRST EXPERIENCE, THE IMPORTANCE AND AS A STANDARDIZED TEST AND FORMATIVE EXAMINATION OF
EXPECTATIONS. Snjezana Schuster, Croatia CLINICAL COMPETENCE IN THREE STUDENT COHORTS. Caroline W
Stegink Jansen, United States of America
SI-PO-302-16-Tue. AN INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE OF BEST
PRACTICES IN DEALING WITH FORMAL, NON FORMAL AND SI-PO-202-11-Tue. A LEARNING MODEL TO FACILITATE THE
INFORMAL LEARNING IN REHABILITATION. Nuno Anjinho, Portugal TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE INTO PRACTICE - INTRODUCING A
ETHICAL REVIEW RECORD INTO PERFORMANCE REVIEW. Sheila
SI-PO-302-14-Tue. BRIDGING THE INTERNATIONAL DIVIDE IN Ritcey, Canada
PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. Linda Woodhouse, Canada
SI-PO-202-7-Tue. INNOVATION IN PHYSIOTHERAPY AND
RR-PO-302-12-Tue. APPLICABILITY OF THE ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY. Patricia de Lipthay Behrend, Denmark
FROM ONCOLOGIC PHYSICAL THERAPY SPECIALIZATION COURSE
AND ITS IMPACT IN PROFESSIONAL LIFE. Solange Canavarro, Brazil RR-PO-202-1-Tue. PALLIATIVE AND TERMINAL CARE CLASSES: A
STUDY ON PHYSICAL THERAPY EDUCATION IN JAPAN. Jun
SI-PO-302-10-Tue. BILDUNG: AN EDUCATIONAL IDEAL TO Watanabe, Japan
PROMOTE CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT BY
ENHANCING CRITICAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. Judith Chapman, RR-PO-202-9-Tue. AN EXPLORATION INTO INFLUENCES OF
United Kingdom DEMOGRAPHICAL PROFILES OF STUDENTS ENTERING A BSC COURSE
IN PHYSIOTHERAPY ON THEIR DEGREE CLASSIFICATION. Rosalie
SI-PO-301-20-Tue. MASTER PROGRAM IN NEUROLOGICAL Bennett, United Kingdom
PHYSIOTHERAPY A WAY TO PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT OF BOTH
ACADEMIC KNOWLEDGE AND ADVANCED CLINICAL SKILLS. Britt ELECTROPHYSICAL & ISOTHERMAL AGENTS 2
Normann, Norway RR-PO-202-23-Tue. ADJUSTING PULSE AMPLITUDE DURING TENS
APPLICATION PRODUCES GREATER HYPOALGESIA. Richard Liebano,
EDUCATION: General 2 Brazil
RR-PO-201-11-Tue. PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS WITH AND
WITHOUT A JOB: DO THEY DIFFER IN LEARNING STRATEGIES AND RR-PO-204-15-Tue. BIOLOGICAL RESPONSE IN VITRO OF SKELETAL
LEARNING METHODS?. Maria-Anna Laekeman, Germany MUSCLE CELLS TREATED WITH DIFFERENT INTENSITY CONTINUOUS
AND PULSED ULTRASOUND FIELDS. Viviane Abrunhosa, Brazil
SI-PO-201-25-Tue. BECOMING A PHYSIOTHERAPIST AT DISTANCE?
REPORT FROM A PART-TIME, DECENTRALISED NET-SUPPORTED RR-PO-204-5-Tue. THE EFFECT OF ULTRASOUND THERAPY ON
PROGRAM IN NORWAY. Marianne Aars, Norway PREVENTING JOINT CONTRACTURES IN RATS. Tasaka Atsushi, Japan

SI-PO-201-21-Tue. RISKS AND SIDE-EFFECTS OF WHOLE BODY RR-PO-204-7-Tue. EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL
VIBRATION TRAINING. Kaspar Herren, Switzerland NERVE STIMULATION IN SHOULDER POSTOPERATIVE PATIENTS
WHERE WAS THE BEST ELECTRODES PLACEMENT ? . Mitsunori
RR-PO-201-19-Tue. PERCEPTIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF Tokuda, Japan
FINAL YEAR MEDICAL, OCCUPATIONAL AND SPORT SCIENCE
STUDENTS TOWARDS PHYSIOTHERAPY. Threethambal Puckree, South RR-PO-204-9-Tue. EFFECTS OF LOW LEVEL LASERTHERAPY IN THE
Africa PROCESS OF NERVE REGENERATION AFTER TOTAL SECTION OF THE
SCIATIC NERVE IN RATS. Giuliana Di Gangi, Brazil
RR-PO-201-17-Tue. CONCEPTUALISING COMMUNITY
PHYSIOTHERAPY AS A POINT OF DEPARTURE FOR CURRICULUM RR-PO-204-17-Tue. TIME-RESPONSE TO IONTOPHORESIS OF
REVIEW IN UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION IN ACETYLCHOLINE AND SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE USING DIFFERENT
SOUTH AFRICA. Karien Mostert-Wentzel, South Africa CURRENT STRENGTH IN ONE TEST. Po-Chou Lin, Taiwan

SI-PO-201-7-Tue. SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS PLAN A RR-PO-202-25-Tue. ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE ABDOMEN
REALITY: STUDENTS OF TODAY LEARNING TO BECOME CLINIC PRESERVES MOTOR-PERFORMANCE OF INACTIVE ELDERLY: A
ADMINISTRATORS OF TOMORROW WITH CORE VALUES INSTILLED. RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Misa Miura, Japan
Aliya Chaudry, United States of America

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RR-PO-204-11-Tue. MECHANICAL STIMULATION IMPROVES RR-PO-302-21-Tue. EFFECT OF A PUSHRIM ACTIVATED POWER


SURVIVAL IN RANDOM-PATTERN SKIN FLAPS IN RATS. Pascale ASSISTED WHEELCHAIR ON SHOULDER KINEMATICS, KINETICS AND
Tacani, Brazil ELECTROMYOGRAPHY IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS. Marieke Kloosterman,
Netherlands
RR-PO-203-3-Tue. A STUDY TO COMPARE THE EFFECTS OF
CONTINUOUS AND PULSED ULTRASOUND ON CHRONIC RR-PO-303-7-Tue. EFFICACY OF ORTHOSES IN THE TREATMENT OF
RHINOSINUSITIS. Noureddin Nakhostin Ansari, Iran NECK PAIN: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Anita Gross, Canada
RR-PO-204-1-Tue. DOES THE TYPE OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION RR-PO-303-5-Tue. EFFECTS OF LOWER LIMB PROSTHESIS ON
AFFECT THE HEALING OF CHRONIC WOUNDS. Gerard Koel, ACTIVITY, PARTICIPATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE: A SYSTEMATIC
Netherlands REVIEW. Outi Tytri, Finland
SI-PO-204-13-Tue. COMPARISON BETWEEN THERMAL IMAGES FROM RR-PO-303-3-Tue. THE JOYSTICK GAMES FOR POWER WHEELCHAIR
INFRARED AND DIGITAL CAMERAS IN TEST OBJECTS OF DRIVING SKILL IMPROVEMENT. Wei-Pin Huang, Taiwan
CHOLESTERIC LIQUID CRYSTALS HEATED BY THERAPEUTIC RR-PO-302-23-Tue. COMPARING GAIT PERFORMANCE OF PEOPLE
ULTRASOUND. Rejane Medeiros Costa, Brazil
WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE WHO DO AND DO NOT
RR-PO-203-27-Tue. CHANGES OF TEMPERATURE BETWEEN WEAR ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSES. Gita Ramdharry, United Kingdom
ELECTRODES BY ELECTRIC STIMULATION. Makoto Miwa, Japan
RR-PO-302-19-Tue. THE USAGE OF ASSISTIVE DEVICES AMONG
RR-PO-203-5-Tue. LEDS EFFECTS IN WISTARS RATS WOUND ADULTS WITH LONG-TERM DISABILITIES: A NATIONAL SURVEY. Chih-
HEALING. Patricia Meyer, Brazil Chin Hsieh, Taiwan
RR-PO-203-17-Tue. LIGHT EMITTING DIODE THERAPY (LEDT) AS A RR-PO-303-1-Tue. THE WII FIT IS IT A VALID CLINICAL TOOL?.
RESOURCE TO PROMOTE A SATISFACTORY HEALING PROCESS ON Charlotte Rattenbury, United Kingdom
LESIONED TENDON. Jessica Bastos, Brazil
RR-PO-202-27-Tue. PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF ISOMETRIC
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 2
CONTRACTION USING ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON MUSCLE RR-PO-204-26-Tue. MAPPING THE CORE JOURNALS OF THE
ATROPHY. Naoto Fujita, Japan PHYSICAL THERAPY LITERATURE. Melanie Buchanan, United States of
America
RR-PO-203-7-Tue. THE EFFECT OF INTERACTIVE
NEUROSTIMULATION ON DIGITALLY TENDER POINTS ASSOCIATED SI-PO-204-24-Tue. A MODIFICATION OF SACKETTS MODEL FOR
WITH MECHANICAL NECK PAIN: A PILOT STUDY. Lucy Chipchase, EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE BASED ON THE ACUTENESS OF THE
Australia PATIENTS CONDITION. Staffan Elgelid, United States of America

RR-PO-204-3-Tue. THE EFFECT OF PULSED SHORT WAVE THERAPY RR-PO-204-22-Tue. THE IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL LEVEL ON
(PSWT) ON BLOOD FLOW, SKIN TEMPERATURE AND NERVE EVIDENCE-BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY: A SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE,
CONDUCTION IN OSTEOARTHRITIC PATIENTS. Maryam Almandil, BEHAVIOUR, ATTITUDES, AND PREREQUISITES AMONG SWEDISH
Kuwait PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Ylva Nilsagrd, Sweden

RR-PO-203-1-Tue. A PILOT STUDY OF THE INTERFERENTIAL LASER EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 2


THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF THE CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME. RR-PO-304-12-Tue. QUADRICEPS MUSCLE STRENGTHENING:
Ramon Montes-Molina, Spain CONSTANT VERSUS VARIABLE LOAD. Pedro Jorge Rebelo, Portugal
RR-PO-203-11-Tue. A REPEATED SINGLE CASE STUDY PILOT RR-PO-303-14-Tue. IMPACT OF WEIGHT LOSS ON AEROBIC
INVESTIGATION COMBINING EMG-FES AND SPLINTING TO IMPROVE CAPACITY IN WOMAN AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY. Eli Forti, Brazil
UPPER LIMB FUNCTION IN SUBACUTE STROKE PATIENTS. Shannon
Williams, Australia RR-PO-304-2-Tue. CHANGE IN SKATING PERFORMANCE AND
ESTIMATED PEAK OXYGEN CONSUMPTION DURING THE FIRST HALF
RR-PO-203-9-Tue. EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL OF A MENS COLLEGE ICE HOCKEY SEASON. Dylan Wiwchar, Canada
NERVE STIMULATION ON MUSCLE METABOREFLEX IN HEALTHY
SUBJECTS. Gaspar Chiappa, Brazil RR-PO-303-20-Tue. A PEDOMETER-BASED WALKING PROGRAMME
FOR PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: EXPERIENCE FROM
RR-PO-203-19-Tue. USING BIO-ELECTRIC INTERFERENTIAL THE BACK 2 ACTIVITY TRIAL. Suzanne McDonough, United Kingdom
CURRENTS TO DIAGNOSE AND MONITOR CONVENTIONAL
TREATMENT OF KNEE PAIN PATIENTS. Jan Parkki, Finland SI-PO-303-22-Tue. A NEW WAY OF INTERPRETING THE RESULTS OF
THE SIX-MINUTE WALK TEST WITH THE USE OF THE GENETIC
RR-PO-203-13-Tue. EFFECTS OF PLACEBO AND ACTIVE ALGORITHM. Jacek Luniewski, Poland
INTERFERENTIAL CURRENT THERAPY ON PRESSURE PAIN
SENSITIVITY: A RANDOM CROSSOVER PLACEBO CONTROLLED RR-PO-303-24-Tue. AQUATIC EXERCISES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH
STUDY. Jorge Fuentes, Canada SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS: A COMMUNITY-BASED STUDY.
Yasser Salem, United States of America
RR-PO-203-15-Tue. RECOVERY OF STATURE IN THE UPRIGHT SITTING
POSITION IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT. Vera Israel, Brazil RR-PO-304-4-Tue. EFFECT OF COMBINED EXERCISE TRAINING ON
PHYSICAL AND METABOLIC FITNESS IN ADULTS WITH MENTAL
RR-PO-203-25-Tue. TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN HUMAN ACHILLES RETARDATION. Patrick Calders, Belgium
TENDON DURING AND AFTER 20 MINUTES OF ICE PACK OR COLD
WHIRLPOOL. Bill Myrer, United States of America RR-PO-304-6-Tue. EVALUATION OF TRAINING PERFORMANCE OF
SEDENTARY INDIVIDUALS COMPLETING THREE SUB-MAXIMAL
RR-PO-202-21-Tue. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE DOSE RESPONSE ISOKINETIC TRAINING PROTOCOLS DIFFERENTIATED BY
HYPOALGESIC EFFECTS OF TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE INTENSITY/VOLUME. Pritesh Barchha, United Kingdom
STIMULATION USING PRESSURE PAIN THRESHOLD. Deirdre Walsh,
United Kingdom RR-PO-304-10-Tue. ADHERENCE WITH AN EIGHT WEEK
INDIVIDUALISED WALKING PROGRAMME FOR PEOPLE WITH
RR-PO-203-21-Tue. CHANGES OF EXCITABILITY IN HUMAN PRIMARY CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: REPORT FROM THE SWIFT TRIAL. Ruth
MOTOR CORTEX INDUCED BY NEUROMUSCULAR ELECTRICAL Mills, Ireland
STIMULATION. Kenichi Sugawara, Japan
RR-PO-304-14-Tue. EFFECT OF ACTIVE SELF-STRETCHING AND PNF
EQUIPMENT / ORTHOTICS / PROSTHETICS 2 (RHYTHMIC STABILIZATION) TECHNIQUE ON HAMSTRING
RR-PO-302-17-Tue. INFLUENCE OF SPINAL CURVATURE ON SHEAR FLEXIBILITY. Patcharee Kooncumchoo, Thailand
FORCE APPLIED TO BUTTOCKS WHILE SITTING COMFORTABLY ON A RR-PO-303-16-Tue. ENERGY EXPENDED PLAYING NINTENDO WII.
CHAIR. Kenichi Kobara, Japan Cuisle O'Donovan, Ireland

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RR-PO-303-8-Tue. QUANTIFICATION OF BONE ARCHITECTURAL RR-PO-205-11-Tue. RELIABILITY OF MEASUREMENTS OF THE CROSS-
CHANGES SECONDARY TO TREADMILL RUNNING EXERCISE IN ADULT SECTIONAL AREA OF THE MEDIAN NERVE IN THE CARPAL TUNNEL:
OSTEOPENIC RATS. Mona Ibrahim, Egypt AN ULTRASONOGRAPHIC STUDY. Steinar Hummelsund, Norway
RR-PO-303-10-Tue. EFFECT OF AN ADDITIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM RR-PO-205-13-Tue. ULTRASONOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE
ON POSTURE, MOTOR CONTROL, MUSCLE LENGTH AND STRENGTH LONGUS COLLI MUSCLE IN CHRONIC NECK PAIN PATIENTS. Leani
OF UPPER EXTREMITIES IN PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS. Nathalie Pereira, Brazil
Roussel, Belgium
RR-PO-205-19-Tue. QUANTITATIVE ULTRASOUND IN VITRO TO
RR-PO-303-12-Tue. EFFECT OF ACUTE, WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION ON DIFFERENTIATE NORMAL LONG BONE AND PSEUDOARTHROSIS BY
AN ISOMETRIC ONE REPETITION MAXIMUM BICEPS CURL. Elaine REFLECTION COEFFICIENT IN ANIMAL MODEL. Wagner Pereira, Brazil
Betts, United States of America
RR-PO-205-17-Tue. RELIABILITY OF ULTRASOUND MEASURES OF
RR-PO-304-8-Tue. EVALUATION OF FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY AND THE ABDOMINAL MUSCLES: EFFECT OF TASK AND TRANSDUCER
RESPIRATORY MUSCLE STRENGTH BEFORE AND AFTER POSITION. Dany Gagnon, Canada
REHABILITATION PROGRAM. Caroline Debatin, Brazil
RR-PO-205-5-Tue. POWER DOPPLER ULTRASOUND IN THE EARLY
DIAGNOSIS OF PRIMARY/IDIOPATHIC ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS: A PILOT
HEALTH PROMOTION & WELLBEING 2 STUDY. Sarah Walmsley, Australia
SI-PO-305-1-Tue. A PHENOMENOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND MOVEMENT. Siri Moe, Norway KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION 2
RR-PO-304-17-Tue. EFFECT OF EXERCISE EDUCATION ON SI-PO-206-1-Tue. HOW TO ENHANCE APPLICATION OF AVAILABLE
PROMOTING DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN JAPANESE WORKERS: A EVIDENCE TO LOCAL PRACTICES? PHYSIOTHERAPY IN A STROKE
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Fuminari Asada, Japan REHABILITATION UNIT AS AN ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE. Christa
Nanninga, Netherlands
RR-PO-304-19-Tue. ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND THE
PROVISION OF NUTRITIONAL ADVICE; DO THEY, SHOULD THEY, CAN RR-PO-205-27-Tue. RESULTS OF THE PILOT STUDY OF A MULTILEVEL
THEY? AN EXPLORATORY STUDY. Mindy Cairns, United Kingdom INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE ADHERENCE TO EVIDENCE BASED
GUIDELINES FOR LOW BACK PAIN. Geert Rutten, Netherlands
RR-PO-304-23-Tue. ATTITUDES OF PHYSICAL THERAPISTS IN ISRAEL
REGARDING THEIR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HABITS A PILOT STUDY. SI-PO-205-25-Tue. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN PHYSIOTHERAPY IN
Nirit Rotem-Lehrer, Israel PARKINSONS DISEASE: THE ASSOCIATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN
PARKINSONS DISEASE EUROPE (APPDE). Diana Jones, United
RR-PO-305-3-Tue. QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE AND MOTOR
Kingdom
REHABILITATION: THE PATIENTS PERSPECTIVE. Federica Cappellini,
Italy SI-PO-205-23-Tue. KNOWLEDGE BROKER AS A KNOWLEDGE
RR-PO-305-5-Tue. EFFECT OF THERAPEUTIC APPROACH FOR TRANSFER STRATEGY TO IMPLEMENT SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IN
PREVENTION OF KNEE AND LOW BACK PAIN. Shuichi Obuchi, Japan REHABILITATION CLINICAL SETTINGS. Sheila Schneiberg, Brazil
SI-PO-205-21-Tue. DO-IT: DESIGNING OPTIMAL INTERVENTIONS FOR
RR-PO-305-7-Tue. GENDER AND SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCE AMONG
PATIENTS IN A REHABILITATION UNIT. Paolo Garavaglia, Italy PHYSICAL THERAPY, A RESEARCH COLLABORATION. Marike van der
Leeden, Netherlands
RR-PO-305-9-Tue. HEALTH PROMOTION WITH PEDIATRIC AND
OLDER ADULT PATIENTS: A NATIONWIDE SURVEY OF U.S. PHYSICAL MUSCULOSKELETAL: Orthopaedics 2
THERAPISTS. William Healey, United States of America RR-PO-306-23-Tue. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE:
RR-PO-305-11-Tue. SYMPTOMS AND RISK FACTORS FOR KNEE EXERCISE PROTOCOLS DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS POST ACL
OSTEOARTHRITIS, STROKE AND LOW BACK PAIN: WHAT DO WE SURGERY. Elaine Bukowski, United States of America
KNOW ABOUT THE PUBLICS KNOWLEDGE?. Shreya Prasanna, RR-PO-305-19-Tue. AN AUDIT TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF
Canada FEMORAL NERVE BLOCKS ON REHABILITATION OUTCOMES POST
SI-PO-305-13-Tue. PROMOTION OF HEALTH ENHANCING PHYSICAL TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY. Brenda Monaghan, Ireland
ACTIVITY (HEPA) THROUGH THE EUROPEAN PROJECT LIFE CYCLE IN RR-PO-305-21-Tue. INFLUENCE OF CLOSED-KINETIC CHAIN
SLOVENIA. Andrea Backovic Jurican, Slovenia EXERCISES AND PHYSICAL THERAPY AFTER DISTAL RADIUS
RR-PO-305-17-Tue. ACHIEVING CONSENSUS ON FRACTURES. Mohamed AbdelFatah, Egypt
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF RR-PO-305-23-Tue. SELF-REPORT AND PERFORMANCE BASED OF
OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE ADULTS FOR CANADIAN PHYSIOTHERAPY FUNCTION IN PATINENTS WITH TKR. Ghazi Sarhan, Bahrain
PRACTICE. Cathy Evans, Canada
RR-PO-306-1-Tue. INFLUENCE OF SEMITENDINOSUS TENDON AFTER
RR-PO-305-15-Tue. ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY TRAINING TO HARVESTING FOR ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
INCREASE OVERALL WELLNESS: PROJECT ACT NOW. Deborah Thorpe, RECONSTRUCTION ON MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING SINGLE-LEG
United States of America SQUATTING. Wataru Fukuda, Japan
SI-PO-304-21-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF A HYPERMOBILITY AND RR-PO-306-3-Tue. EFFECT OF NEURODYNAMIC TECHNIQUES ON
HYPERMOBILITY SYNDROME TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR PHYSICAL RECOVERY OF UPPER LIMB AFTER OLECRANON FRACTURES.
EDUCATION TEACHERS: A CASE STUDY. Jane Simmonds, United Evgeniya Dimitrova, Bulgaria
Kingdom
RR-PO-306-5-Tue. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF SIT-TO-STAND MOTION
IMAGING & DIAGNOSTICS 2 IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS PATIENTS. Masaya Anan, Japan
RR-PO-205-15-Tue. SOMATOSENSORY EVOKED MAGNETIC FIELDS RR-PO-306-7-Tue. PATIENTS CONCEPTIONS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
FOLLOWING SYNCHRONIZED STIMULATION OF MEDIAN AND ULNAR COUNSELLING AFTER TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY. Johanna
NERVE. Toshio Soma, Japan Stepanoff, Finland
RR-PO-205-7-Tue. REPEATABILITY AND RELIABILITY OF PLANTAR RR-PO-306-11-Tue. FACTORS PREDICTING EARLY POSTOPERATIVE
PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION MEASUREMENT WITH ELECTRONIC MOTOR FUNCTION AFTER KNEE ARTHROPLASTY. Shigehiro Uchida,
PEDOBAROGRAPH DURING STANCE. Miroljub Jakovljevic, Slovenia Japan
RR-PO-205-9-Tue. BIOMECHANICAL BACK DISABILITY INDEX RR-PO-306-13-Tue. CONTROLLING ANOMALOUS MOTION LEADS
SONOMYOGRAPHY-BASED: A NEW TOOL TO IDENTIFY RISK OF LOW ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT COMPLETE RUPTURE INTO
BACK PAIN. Manuel Gonzlez Snchez, United Kingdom NATURAL HEALING&#65307;ANIMAL EXPERIMENTAL STUDY.
Takanori Kokubun, Japan

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RR-PO-306-15-Tue. THE UTILIZATION OF NINTENDO WII FITTM IN RR-PO-308-5-Tue. PHENOTYPES WITH DIFFERENT CLINICAL
THE REHABILITATION OF OUTPATIENTS FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE OUTCOMES IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Jesper Knoop, Netherlands
REPLACEMENTS A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Manuel RR-PO-308-13-Tue. CONTRIBUTION OF KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENT
Gomez, Canada
IMPULSE TO PAIN AND DISABILITY IN JAPANESE WOMEN WITH
RR-PO-306-17-Tue. EFFECTS OF TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY ON MEDIAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Nobuhiro Kito, Japan
VARUS/VALGUS ALIGNMENT AND KNEE ADDUCTION MOMENT
RR-PO-309-21-Tue. EFFECT OF AN EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR
DURING GAIT. Noboru Shimada, Japan
PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS IN PRIMARY CARE A
RR-PO-306-21-Tue. CYST VOLUME IN THE ACETABULUM AND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Anne-Marie Ronnheden, Sweden
FEMORAL HEAD DECREASE AFTER PERIACETABULAR OSTEOTOMY.
RR-PO-308-11-Tue. ONSET LATENCY OF THE QUADRICEPS MUSCLE
Lone Ramer Mikkelsen, Denmark
FOLLOWING SAGITTAL PERTURBATION IN WOMEN WITH AND
RR-PO-306-19-Tue. THE EFFECT OF ABDOMINAL HOLLOWING OR WITHOUT HYPERMOBILITY. Matthias Stettler, Switzerland
BRACING MANEUVER ON MUSCULAR ACTIVATION PATTERN DURING SI-PO-308-15-Tue. HOW TO IMPROVE THE UTILIZATION OF
PRONE HIP EXTENSION. Amir Massoud Arab, Iran
CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS
RR-PO-308-3-Tue. FEASABILITY OF EARLY PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE OF THE HIP/KNEE USING A CARE BOOKLET?. Agnes Smink,
TRAINING AFTER TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT. Lone Ramer Mikkelsen, Netherlands
Denmark
RR-PO-308-17-Tue. POSTURAL CONTROL IN DEGENERATIVE AND
SI-PO-307-1-Tue. ACCELERATED REHABILITATION FOR PATIENTS INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE HIP. Edit Sziver, Hungary
WITH HIP AND KNEE REPLACEMENT. Lena Olofsson, Sweden
RR-PO-308-19-Tue. THE ROLE OF EXERCISE IN COMBINATION WITH
RR-PO-307-3-Tue. PRE AND POST FATIGUE ASSESSMENT OF NSAID OR GLUCOSAMINE ON RAGE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE
EXTENSION MOMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL ACL QUADRICEPS OF OSTEOARTHRITIS PATIENTS. Ana Cludia Mattiello-
RECONSTRUCTION. Ahmed Radwan, Egypt Sverzut, Brazil
RR-PO-307-5-Tue. FALL INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS IN PATIENTS RR-PO-308-21-Tue. GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
AFTER TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY: A SIX-MONTH PROSPECTIVE PATTERN IN PEOPLE WITH ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS. Emma
STUDY. Hiromi Matsumoto, Japan Haglund, Sweden
RR-PO-307-7-Tue. EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH CARE AND SUPPORT RR-PO-308-23-Tue. DOES MODERATE-TO-HIGH INTENSITY NORDIC
FROM SPOUSES AFTER SURGERY FOR CERVICAL DISC DISEASE. Grel WALKING ENHANCE BODY FUNCTION AND PAIN IN WOMEN WITH
Kjellman, Sweden FIBROMYALGIA?. Kaisa Mannerkorpi, Sweden
RR-PO-307-9-Tue. STEPPING EXERCISE IMPROVES MUSCLE RR-PO-309-15-Tue. OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE: EXPLAINATIONS
STRENGTH IN THE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE PHASE AFTER TOTAL HIP FOR THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE THERAPY ON PAIN AND
ARTHROPLASTY: A CLINICAL CONTROLLED TRIAL. Rui Tsukagoshi, FUNCTIONING: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. David Beckwe, Belgium
Japan
RR-PO-309-3-Tue. LAND-BASED EXERCISES DURATION OR
RR-PO-307-11-Tue. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VIBRATORY FREQUENCY DOES NOT INFLUENCE EFFECTIVENESS OF REDUCING
PERCEPTION AND JOINT POSITION SENSE AT THE KNEE. Renuka PAIN IN OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE : A META-ANALYSIS. Ryo
Erande, United Kingdom Tanaka, Japan
RR-PO-307-13-Tue. COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF EXERCISE THERAPY RR-PO-309-5-Tue. THE DIRECT EFFECT OF MODERATE INTENSIVE
ADDED TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS CARE FOR HIP PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS OF BONE
OSTEOARTHRITIS COMPARED TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS CARE METABOLISM AMONG HEALTHY YOUNG PEOPLE. Gabriella Gombos,
ALONE DESIGN. Pauline van Es, Netherlands Hungary
SI-PO-307-15-Tue. A NEW STANDARDIZED AND GOAL-ORIENTED RR-PO-309-7-Tue. EVALUATION OF THE PREDICTIVE VALUE OF
REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS AFTER SURGICAL HIP PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS ON HEALTH STATUS AFTER PHYSICAL
DISLOCATION. Bettina Bertschy, Switzerland THERAPY FOR KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Rui Soles Gonalves, Portugal
RR-PO-307-17-Tue. EFFECTS OF A LATE PHASE EDUCATION AND RR-PO-309-9-Tue. INTRATESTER- AND TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF A
HOME BASED INDIVIDUALIZED EXERCISE PROGRAM IN OPTIMIZING PHYSICAL-TEST BATTERY FOR INVESTIGATING ARTHRITIC KNEE PAIN.
OUTCOMES FOLLOWING TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY. Ann Read, Jon Joensen, Norway
Canada
RR-PO-309-11-Tue. THE INFLUENCES OF MEDIALLY WEDGED
RR-PO-307-19-Tue. THE ONSET TIME OF QUADRICEPS IN PEOPLE INSOLES ON SYMPTOM REDUCTION AND QUADRICEPS ACTIVATION
WITH PATELLOFEMORAL JOINT OSTEOARTHRITIS. Hsing-Hsan Lee, IN PEOPLE WITH PATELLOFEMORAL JOINT OSTEOARTHRITIS. Cheng-
Taiwan Feng Lin, Taiwan
RR-PO-307-23-Tue. WHO RETURNS TO WORK AFTER ORTHOPAEDIC RR-PO-309-13-Tue. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ANALYSES OF MUSCLE
SURGERY? - IDENTIFICATION OF RISK FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FATIGUE IN FIBROMYALGIA PATIENTS DURING A FUNCTIONAL
PATIENTS EXPECTATION OF RTW. Heidi Marie Brogner, Denmark ACTIVITY. Juliana Sauer, Brazil
RR-PO-308-1-Tue. SOCIAL AND HEALTH FACTORS PREDICT RR-PO-309-17-Tue. EFFECTS OF REHABILITATION EXERCISE
DISABILITY AND WORK OUTCOMES FOLLOWING DISTAL RADIUS TRAINING ON FUNCTIONAL BALANCE TESTS AND GAIT MARKERS IN
FRACTURES ACROSS THE LIFESPAN. Joy C MacDermid, Canada PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA. Jacques Vaillant, France
RR-PO-309-1-Tue. THE EFFECT OF FIBROMYALGIA SYNDROME ON
MUSCULOSKELETAL: Rheumatology 2 RESPIRATORY PRESSURE AND THORACIC EXPANSIBILITY. Jefferson
RR-PO-308-9-Tue. HIP TRACTION CAN REDUCE THE REFERRED KNEE Jovelino A Santos, Brazil
PAIN TO A GREATER EXTENT THAN THE LOCAL PAIN IN HIP
OSTEOARTHRITIS. Tomohiko Nishigami, Japan MUSCULOSKELETAL: Spine 2
RR-PO-308-7-Tue. WOMENS EXPERIENCES OF SEXUAL HEALTH RR-PO-206-17-Tue. CERVICAL MOBILIZATION COMPARED TO
WHEN LIVING WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. Kristina Areskoug- NEURODYNAMIC TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH CERVICOBRACHIAL
Josefsson, Sweden PAIN A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL. Miriam Marks, Switzerland
RR-PO-206-15-Tue. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THICKNESS OF THE
DORSAL MUSCLES IN UPPER CERVICAL SPINE, GENDER, SIDE-TO-SIDE
DIFFERENCE, ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURES IN AN ASYMPTOMATIC
POPULATION. Huei-Ming Chai, Taiwan

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RR-PO-206-3-Tue. CERVICAL SPINAL STIMULATION PRODUCES RR-PO-207-23-Tue. PRACTISING SKILLS WITH MOVEMENT IMAGERY
MULTISEGMENTAL MUSCULAR RESPONSES IN THE UPPER LIMBS. IN STROKE REHABILITATION; WHERE DO WE STAND?. Susy Braun,
Mohamed Sabbahi, United States of America Netherlands
RR-PO-206-5-Tue. EFFECTS OF TRACTION AND RETRACTION RR-PO-207-21-Tue. MOTOR ASSESSMENT SCALE AT THE ACUTE
APPROACHES ON THE COMPROMISED SPINAL ROOT IN PATIENTS STAGE OF STROKE? QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
WITH SUB-ACUTE AND CHRONIC CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY. Sami ABOUT ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION. Karen Hjerrild
AlAbdulwahab, Saudi Arabia Andreasson, Denmark
RR-PO-206-7-Tue. THE INFLUENCE OF BALANCE TRAINING ON RR-PO-208-9-Tue. IMPACT OF STROKE ON ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR
CERVICAL JOINT POSITION SENSE IN SUBJECTS WITH SUB CLINICAL FORCE GENERATION PRIOR TO SEAT-OFF DURING SIT-TO-WALK.
NON-SPECIFIC NECK PAIN. Konstantin Beinert, Germany Gunilla Frykberg, Sweden
RR-PO-206-19-Tue. THE PROFITMAP-NECK - RELIABILITY AND RR-PO-207-25-Tue. MEASURING REINVESTMENT IN PATIENTS AFTER
VALIDITY OF A NEW QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SYMPTOMS AND STROKE USING THE MOVEMENT SPECIFIC REINVESTMENT SCALE.
FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS IN SUBJECTS WITH NECK PAIN. Martin Melanie Kleynen, Netherlands
Bjrklund, Sweden
RR-PO-207-27-Tue. BALANCE TRAINING IN POST-STROKE PERSONS
RR-PO-206-11-Tue. THE EFFICACY OF CERVICAL LORDOSIS BY MEANS OF VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT, DYNAMIC ASSISTIVE DEVICE
REHABILITATION FOR NERVE ROOT FUNCTION, PAIN, AND AND TELEREHABILITATION. Marko Rudolf, Slovenia
SEGMENTAL MOTION IN CERVICAL SPONDYLOTIC RADICULOPATHY.
RR-PO-208-1-Tue. TOOLS TO PERFORM A
Ibrahim Moustafa, Egypt
QUALITATIVE/OBSERVATIONAL GAIT ASSESSMENT IN INDIVIDUALS
RR-PO-206-9-Tue. DEFORMATION, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION WITH A STROKE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Francesco Ferrarello, Italy
OF THE DORSAL NECK MUSCLES DURING RESISTED ISOMETRIC
RR-PO-208-3-Tue. THE EFFECT OF VISUAL PERCEPTION ON
EXTENSION - COMPARISON BETWEEN PATIENTS AND HEALTHY
STANDING REACH IN INDIVIDUALS WITH POST-STROKE
CONTROLS. Anneli Peolsson, Sweden
HEMIPARESIS. Krystina Cunningham, United States of America
RR-PO-206-21-Tue. CORRELATION BETWEEN NECK AND RR-PO-209-9-Tue. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN CLINICAL
RESPIRATORY MUSCLE STRENGTH IN HEALTHY AND CHRONIC NECK SENSORIMOTOR PERFORMANCE AND STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF
PAIN PATIENTS. Nikolaos Strimpakos, Greece
POSTERIOR COLUMN-MEDIAL LEMNISCUS AND CORTICOSPINAL
RR-PO-206-27-Tue. DIZZINESS RELATED TO DYSFUNCTION OF THE TRACTS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC STROKE. I-Cheng Lin, Taiwan
CERVICAL SPINE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF TREATMENT. Debra
RR-PO-208-7-Tue. THE IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF A NEURODYNAMIC
Shirley, Australia
PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION TO STROKE PATIENTS RELATED TO
RR-PO-207-1-Tue. THE INTRA AND INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF THE THEIR WALKING CHARACTERISTIC. Nanna Hauberg, Denmark
CRANIOCERVICAL POSTURE PHOTOGRAMMETRY VERSUS VISUAL
RR-PO-209-7-Tue. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE VALIDITY OF
ASSESSMENT. Inae Gadotti, United States of America
SPASTICITY EVALUATION IN STROKE PATIENTS USING A HANDHELD
RR-PO-207-3-Tue. VALIDATION OF THE NECK BOURNEMOUTH MUSCLE HARDNESS METER. Tomihiro Ichikawa, Japan
QUESTIONNAIRE FOR PATIENTS WITH SUB ACUTE AND CHRONIC RR-PO-208-11-Tue. THE EXPERIENCE OF LIVING WITH A STROKE IN
WHIPLASH ASSOCIATED DISORDERS. Maarten Schmitt, Netherlands
POOR SOCIOECONOMIC URBAN AND RURAL AREAS, SOUTH AFRICA.
RR-PO-206-13-Tue. ASSESSMENT OF THE POSTURAL ALIGNMENT Med Maleka, South Africa
AND PAIN IN THE CERVICAL SPINE AND SHOULDER GIRDLE IN
RR-PO-208-13-Tue. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN KINEMATICS OF
UNDERGRADUATE VIOLINISTS. Fabola Santos, Brazil
UPPER EXTREMITY MOVEMENTS AND IMPAIRMENT SEVERITY AS
WELL ACTIVITY LIMITATIONS AFTER STROKE. Margit Alt Murphy,
NEUROLOGY: Spinal Cord Injury 2 Sweden
RR-PO-207-11-Tue. INCIDENCE AND PREDICTORS OF CONTRACTURE
AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY. Joanna Diong, Australia RR-PO-208-15-Tue. THE IMPACT OF SAILING BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY
ON THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PERSONS WITH STROKE. Christina Groll,
RR-PO-207-17-Tue. FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION IN Germany
COMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY WITH LOWER MOTOR NEURON
LESIONS. Vilborg Gudmundsdottir, Iceland RR-PO-208-17-Tue. THE ORDER OF GAIT TRAINING, INCLUDING
LOKOMAT AND PHYSIOTHERAPY, DO NOT INFLUENCE GAIT
RR-PO-207-13-Tue. CARDIAC PROFILE OF SPINAL CORD SYMMETRY IN SUBACUTE AMBULATORY PERSONS WITH STROKE.
OUTPATIENTS UNDERGOING A NEUROMUSCULAR ELECTRICAL John Brincks, Denmark
STIMULATION PROGRAMME. Karla Pithon, Brazil
RR-PO-208-19-Tue. EARLY POST-STROKE REHABILITATION
RR-PO-207-9-Tue. CUTANEOUS LOWER LIMB HYPERREFLEXIA IN FACILITIES IN POLAND IN 2010. Jozef Opara, Poland
PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY SPASTICITY: MODULATION
WITH VIBRATION. Julio Gmez-Soriano, Spain RR-PO-208-21-Tue. PHYSICAL THERAPY AND BOTULINUM TOXIN-A
(BONT) EFFECT ON THE TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
RR-PO-207-7-Tue. FALLS IN AMBULATORY PATIENTS WITH SPINAL SPASTICITY REDUCTION AND FUNCTIONAL GAIN. Stephen Ashford,
CORD INJURY: VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE BERG-BALANCE United Kingdom
SCALE. Markus Wirz, Switzerland
RR-PO-208-23-Tue. WALKING ENDURANCE, ACTIVITY AND
RR-PO-207-5-Tue. EXPERIMENTAL JOINT CONTRACTURE PARTICIPATION LATE AFTER STROKE. Anna Danielsson, Sweden
CORRECTION WITH STATIC AND CYCLIC STRETCHING FOR
CONTRACTURE FORMATION AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY IN RATS. RR-PO-208-25-Tue. ELECTROMECHANICAL AND ROBOT-ASSISTED
Hideki Moriyama, Japan ARM TRAINING FOR IMPROVING ARM FUNCTION AND ACTIVITIES OF
DAILY LIVING AFTER STROKE. Jan Mehrholz, Germany
RR-PO-207-15-Tue. BODY WEIGHT SUPPORT TREADMILL TRAINING
IMPROVES MAXIMUM WALKING SPEED IN PERSONS WITH RR-PO-208-5-Tue. ASSESSMENT OF SIT-TO-STAND IN PATIENTS
INCOMPLETE SPINAL CORD INJURY. Takashi Hasegawa, Japan WITH STROKE: A FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSION. Donald Lipardo,
Philippines
NEUROLOGY: Stroke 2 RR-PO-209-13-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF ARMEO VERSUSTASK-
RR-PO-209-5-Tue. COMBINED TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT ORIENTED ARM GROUP AS AUGMENTATION TO UPPER EXTREMITY
STIMULATION AND ROBOT-ASSISTED GAIT TRAINING IN PATIENTS CONVENTIONAL THERAPY IN ACUTE REHABILITATION POST STROKE.
WITH CHRONIC STROKE: A PILOT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Louise Rutz-LaPitz, Switzerland
Christian Geroin, Italy

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RR-PO-209-15-Tue. THE EFFECT OF OSTEOPATHY AND RR-PO-210-9-Tue. THE ROLE OF SPECIALIZED PHYSICAL THERAPISTS
REHABILITATION VERSUS REHABILITATION ALONE IN THE IN GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT OF CLIENTS. Yvonne Heerkens,
TREATMENT OF THE ACUTE HEMIPLEGIC UPPER EXTREMITY. Sylvia Netherlands
Daniel, Canada
RR-PO-210-7-Tue. PREDICTORS OF FUTURE SICK LEAVE IN HOME-
RR-PO-209-17-Tue. OUTCOMES OF HOME-BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE PERSONNEL. Eva Horneij, Sweden
BETWEEN FIRST VISIT WITHIN 30 DAYS AND DURING 30-90 DAYS
RR-PO-210-5-Tue. MESSAGE BANNERS CAN INCREASE THE USE OF
AFTER STROKE ONSET. Vimonwan Hiengkaew, Thailand
STAIRS BY OFFICE WORKERS. Takuo Nomura, Japan
RR-PO-209-11-Tue. INTERDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT OF PERSONS
RR-PO-210-3-Tue. MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS AMONG
WITH STROKE. COLLABORATION BETWEEN PHYSIOTHERAPIST AND FARMERS IN IRELAND. Caitriona Cunningham, Ireland
VISION THERAPIST IN CLINICAL PRACTICE. Eirik Lind Irgens, Norway
SI-PO-210-25-Tue. STRESS BIOMARKERS ASSOCIATIONS TO PAIN IN
RR-PO-209-19-Tue. IS ACCURATE PREDICTION OF GAIT IN NON- THE NECK, SHOULDER AND BACK IN HEALTHY MEDIA WORKERS: 12-
AMBULATORY STROKE PATIENTS POSSIBLE WITHIN 72 HOURS POST MONTH PROSPECTIVE FOLLOW-UP. Elisabet Schell, Sweden
STROKE? THE EPOS STUDY. Janne Veerbeek, Netherlands
RR-PO-209-1-Tue. THETA BURST STIMULATION (TBS) IN MOTOR OLDER PEOPLE: Balance & Falls 2
REHABILITATION AFTER STROKE: FINAL RESULTS FROM A RR-PO-311-7-Tue. READINESS TO CHANGE AND MEANING OF HOME
RANDOMISED, DOUBLE BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED CLINICAL INFLUENCES FALLS PREVENTION IN THE HOME SETTING. Patricia
TRIAL. Amanda Wallace, United Kingdom Miller, Canada
RR-PO-209-23-Tue. ARM USE IN PATIENTS WITH SUBACUTE STROKE RR-PO-310-11-Tue. WEARING SHOES AND TOE SKILL AFFECT THE
MONITORED BY ACCELEROMETRY: THE ASSOCIATION OF MOTOR OUTCOME OF FUNCTIONAL REACH TEST IN ELDERLY PEOPLE.
IMPAIRMENT AND THE INFLUENCE ON SELF-DEPENDENCE. Gyrd Shusaku Kanai, Japan
Thrane, Norway
RR-PO-310-13-Tue. MOBILITY AND SAFETY FOR ELDERLY (MOSI)
RR-PO-209-25-Tue. THE EFFECTS OF EARLY LOW-INTENSITY A NEW INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE MOBILITY AND GAIT IN ELDERLY
EXERCISE ON RAT SOLEUS AFTER FOCAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN PEOPLE. Christoph Bauer, Switzerland
RATS. Megumi Sakasegawa, Japan
RR-PO-310-9-Tue. CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH ACTIVITY
RR-PO-209-27-Tue. LONG TERM EFFECTS OF PROGRESSIVE RESTRICTION INDUCED BY FEAR OF FALLING IN COMMUNITY-
RESISTANCE TRAINING AFTER STROKE; A 4-YEAR FOLLOW-UP. Ulla- DWELLING ELDERLY PERSONS. Rosngela Dias, Brazil
Britt Flansbjer, Sweden
RR-PO-311-11-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLANTAR HARDNESS
RR-PO-210-1-Tue. BRIDGES - PROMOTING SELF-MANAGEMENT DISCRIMINATION ABILITY AND GAIT STABILITY IN THE ELDERLY.
FOR STROKE SURVIVORS IN THE COMMUNITY: A FEASIBILITY Hideki Nakano, Japan
RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Suzanne McKenna, United
RR-PO-310-15-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY SWAY DURING
Kingdom
EYES-OPENED ONE-LEG STANDING AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION
RR-PO-209-3-Tue. EFFECTS OF WHOLE-BODY INTENSIVE AMONG COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY FEMALES. SHIN Murata,
NEUROREHABILITATION ON FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES AND QUALITY Japan
OF LIFE IN CHRONIC STROKE SURVIVORS: A PILOT STUDY. Pamela
RR-PO-310-17-Tue. EFFECT OF AGE ON SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP
Bosch, United States of America
BETWEEN CENTER OF MASS AND CENTER OF PRESSURE
DISPLACEMENT DURING STAIR ASCENT IN WOMEN. Bih-Jen Hsue,
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 2 Taiwan
RR-PO-210-21-Tue. EFFECTIVENESS OF SPINAL MANIPULATIVE
THERAPY IN PATIENTS FROM THE WORKERS COMPENSATION RR-PO-310-19-Tue. BALANCE DEFICITS IN ELDERLY AFRICAN-
SYSTEM WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN. Heidi Venegas-Rios, Puerto AMERICANS WITH HYPERTENSION AS MEASURED BY
Rico COMPUTERIZED POSTUROGRAPHY. Judy Foxworth, United States of
America
RR-PO-211-1-Tue. PREVALENCE OF NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL
SYMPTOMS IN PORTUGUESE INSTRUMENTALIST MUSICIANS. Joana RR-PO-310-21-Tue. BALANCE IN ELDERLY ACUTE AFTER HIP
Rodrigues, Portugal FRACTURE. Margareta Svensson, Sweden
RR-PO-210-27-Tue. HAND AND UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTION IN RR-PO-310-23-Tue. A NEW INDIVIDUALLY ADJUSTED, PROGRESSIVE
WORKERS WITH HAND DERMATITIS. Sharon Switzer-McIntyre, BALANCE GROUP TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ELDERLY WITH FEAR OF
Canada FALLING AND A TENDENCY TO FALL. Alexandra Halvarsson, Sweden
SI-PO-210-23-Tue. WORKPLACE HEALTH PROMOTION AT RR-PO-310-7-Tue. KINEMATIC ANALYSES FOR FUNCTIONAL REACH
UNIVERSITY A RESPONSIBILITY TAKEN BY PHYSIOTHERAPY - THE TEST : COMPARISON OF REACH WITH HEELS FIXED AND AND WITH
OSNABRUECK EXAMPLE. Christoff Zalpour, Germany HEELS RAISED. Haruko Kage, Japan
SI-PO-210-19-Tue. HEALTH EFFECTS OF SEDENTARY WORK: RR-PO-311-3-Tue. THE BREAK REMAINS ELDERLY PEOPLES
STRUCTURING WORKING LIFE TO REDUCE SITTING TIME AND EXPERIENCES OF A HIP FRACTURE ONE YEAR AFTER DISCHARGE.
PROMOTE HEALTH-ENHANCING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. Martin Mackey, Lena Ziden, Sweden
Australia RR-PO-311-19-Tue. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL AGILITY
RR-PO-210-17-Tue. PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL AND THE OTHER PHYSICAL MOTOR FUNCTION IN HEALTHY
SYMPTOMS AMONG HIGH WORK-LOAD COMPUTER USERS. Chiung- COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERS. Masahiko Wakasa, Japan
Yu Cho, Taiwan RR-PO-311-9-Tue. ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHY ACTIVITY
RR-PO-210-15-Tue. THE INFLUENCE OF THE SEVERITY OF LOW BACK DURING THE SIT-TO-STAND MOVEMENT PERFORMED BY ELDERLY
PAIN AND THE DISABILITY OF CARE WORKERS ON HEALTH-RELATED AND ADULT WOMEN. Matheus Gomes, Brazil
QUALITY OF LIFE. Yuri Inoue, Japan RR-PO-311-1-Tue. BIOMECHANICAL CHANGES IN STAIR DESCENT
RR-PO-210-13-Tue. FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN EARLY WITH INCREASING AGE - IMPLICATION FOR THERAPISTS. Victoria
OSTEOARTHRITIS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE COHORT HIP AND Hood, United Kingdom
COHORT KNEE (CHECK) AND HEALTHY AGEING WORKERS. Hendrik RR-PO-311-23-Tue. A HOME-BASED EXERCISE INTERVENTION
Jan Bieleman, Netherlands DESIGNED TO PREVENT FALLS IN OLDER PEOPLE RECENTLY
RR-PO-210-11-Tue. TRUNK POSTURE DETERMINES EFFECTS OF DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL: OVERVIEW, SAFETY AND
SUDDEN TRUNK LOADING DURING CART PUSHING. Yun-Ju Lee, ADHERENCE. Elisabeth Ramsay, Australia
Netherlands

All poster board numbers are preceded by either RR research report or SI - special interest report and PO poster display
To help delegates find specific posters, all poster display numbers are formatted as Row Number Board Number Day
Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00). Presenters will be at their display for a period of 1 hour.

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Poster displays - Tuesday 21 June 2011

Poster displays - Tuesday


RR-PO-312-13-Tue. BALANCE IMPROVEMENT IN ELDELY AFTER RR-PO-211-3-Tue. MORBIDLY OBESE CHILDREN SHOW DIFFERENT
MOTOR AND COGNITIVE TRAINING. Jos Pompeu, Brazil CARDIAC AUTONOMIC RESPONSE FROM NON-OBESES AFTER
RR-PO-312-11-Tue. THE PREDICTABILITY OF AGE AND POWER AEROBIC EXERCISE OF MODERATE INTENSITY. Mrio A. Paschoal,
Brazil
PRODUCTION ON RECOVERY FROM PERTURBATION OR REACTION
TIME IN COMMUNITY DWELLING ADULTS. Adam Ruszkowski, United
States of America
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 2
SI-PO-211-21-Tue. INCREASING CULTURAL COMPETENCY AMONG
RR-PO-312-9-Tue. CAN PHYSICAL EXERCISE PREVENT FALLS AMONG HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS FOR LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND
COMMUNITY LIVING ELDERLY WITH A FALL RISK? A SECONDARY TRANSGENDER INDIVIDUALS: A PILOT PROGRAM. Sarah Blanton,
PREVENTIVE AND RCT IN SWEDEN. Jenny Forsberg, Sweden United States of America
RR-PO-312-7-Tue. FALL RISK IN COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED OLDER
ADULTS: THE VALUE OF GAIT ASSESSMENT UNDER DUAL TASK TEST PROFESSIONAL ISSUES: General 2
CHALLENGES. Susan Muir, Canada RR-PO-312-19-Tue. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: VOLUNTEERISM
AMONG PHYSICAL THERAPISTS. Lisa Dutton, United States of America
RR-PO-312-5-Tue. REGIONAL DIFFERENCES OF PHYSICAL
FUNCTIONS AND DAILY EXERCISE HABITS IN ELDERLY PEOPLE. SI-PO-312-17-Tue. HOPE IS NOT A STRATEGY: TOP TEN TIPS FOR
Akihiro Fujii, Japan ENSURING SUCCESS IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. Shari Hughes,
Canada
RR-PO-311-15-Tue. USE OF NINTENDO WII AND ITS EFFECT ON THE
BALANCE OF OLDER ADULTS AT RISK OF FALLS: A PILOT RCT. Anne- RR-PO-312-15-Tue. ACTIVE COLLABORATION BETWEEN PATIENT
Maria Scanlon, Ireland AND PHYSIOTHERAPIST. Grete Stokkenes, Norway
RR-PO-312-1-Tue. INVESTIGATION OF DIURNAL DIFFERENCES OF SI-PO-312-23-Tue. THE IMPORTANCE OF THEORY DEVELOPMENT IN
PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS AND MOTIONS AS RELATED TO FALLS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY. Camilla Wikstrm-Grotell, Finland
OLDER PEOPLE DWELLING IN THE COMMUNITY. Koichi Shinkoda,
Japan PROFESSIONAL REGULATION 2
SI-PO-211-24-Tue. PHYSIOTHERAPIST QUALIFICATION ASSESSMENT
SI-PO-310-5-Tue. DETERMINATION OF REFERENCE VALUES FOR IN CANADA CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES. Tabasom Eftekari,
TIMED UP AND GO TEST IN HEALTHY JAPANESE ELDERLY PEOPLE Canada
USING METHODOLOGY OF META-ANALYSIS. Naoto Kamide, Japan
SI-PO-211-26-Tue. THE RETURN TO PRACTICE PROGRAMME FOR
RR-PO-311-21-Tue. COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE AND FALLS RISK PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN NEW ZEALAND. Susan Beggs, New Zealand
ASSESSMENTS IN OLDER PEOPLE. Frances Horgan, Ireland
RR-PO-311-17-Tue. RELATIONSHIPS AMONGST GAIT SPEED, PUBLIC HEALTH 2
BALANCE AND LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLE STRENGTH IN ELDERLY. RR-PO-212-4-Tue. ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH STATUS AND HEALTH-
Aastha Monga, India RELATED QUALITY-OF-LIFE IN A RURAL HONDURAS POPULATION.
Susan Kushner, United States of America
RR-PO-311-13-Tue. ANALYSIS OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL BALANCE
RECOVERY PARAMETERS FOLLOWING A SIT-TO-STAND MOVEMENT RR-PO-212-6-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AMOUNT OF DAILY
IN YOUNG AND ELDERLY PEOPLE. Lorenz Radlinger, Switzerland PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES AND CHOOSING METHODS TO MOVING
UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS IN YOUNG JAPANESE PEOPLE.
RR-PO-309-23-Tue. VESTIBULAR SYSTEM FUNCTION, PERCEIVED
Yorimitsu Furukawa, Japan
CONFIDENCE, FALLS EFFICACY, BALANCE AND MOBILITY IN OLDER
FALLERS UNDERTAKING REHABILITATION IN THE HOME. Nancy Low SI-PO-211-28-Tue. AUDIT OF INFECTION CONTROL PRACTICE IN
Choy, Australia ACUTE- CARE HOSPITAL : AN ANALYSIS OF ADHERENCE TO BEST
PRACTICE. Olurotimi Bankole Ajagbe, Ireland
RR-PO-310-1-Tue. INFLUENCE OF FINGERTIP CONTACT WITH STABLE
SURFACE ON POSTURAL SWAY AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC RR-PO-212-2-Tue. QUALITY OF LIFE AND RISK FACTORS FOR
ACTIVITIES OF LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLES IMMEDIATELY AFTER CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN SEDENTARY AND PHYSICALLY ACTIVE
DESCENDING. Susumu Watanabe, Japan WOMEN. Maria Estelita Rojas Converso, Brazil
SI-PO-310-3-Tue. EXAMINING OLDER PEOPLES EXPERIENCES OF
FALLS PREVENTION SERVICES: METHODS USED TO DEVELOP A
QUALIFYING EDUCATION 2
RR-PO-313-12-Tue. PHYSICAL THERAPY AND OCCUPATIONAL
NATIONAL PATIENT QUESTIONNAIRE. Amanda Buttery, United
Kingdom THERAPY STUDENTS MOTIVATION. A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF MLAGA, SPAIN. Eva Maria Lantarn Caeiro, Spain
RR-PO-312-3-Tue. EFFECTS OF TAI-CHI CHUAN ON THE LOWER LIMB
RR-PO-313-10-Tue. THE TYPES OF STRESSORS THAT THIRD YEAR BSC
KINEMATICS IN THE ELDERLY DURING OBSTACLE-CROSSING. Sheng-
(HONS) PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS EXPERIENCE DURING CLINICAL
Chang Chen, Taiwan
PLACEMENTS IN THE UK. Claire Fallen, United Kingdom
PHYSICAL INACTIVITY 2 RR-PO-313-6-Tue. KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES OF
RR-PO-211-5-Tue. EFFECTS OF DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TIME ON PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS TOWARDS OBESITY. Julie Phillips, South
WALKING ABILITY IN AMBULATORY HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS: A 3- Africa
YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY. Ryota Matsuzawa, Japan SI-PO-313-2-Tue. THE CHANGING FACE OF MODERN
RR-PO-211-15-Tue. IS SELF-RATED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY A GOOD UNDERGRADUATE (UG) PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION: THE KEELE
INDICATOR OF PHYSICAL CAPACITY AND IS TIME SPENT SITTING UNIVERSITY IN STAFFORDSHIRE (UK) NEW CURRICULUM
NEGATIVE FOR PHYSICAL CAPACITY?. Peter Michaelson, Sweden FRAMEWORK. Anne Veronica O'Brien, United Kingdom
RR-PO-211-13-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BONE MINERAL
DENSITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN DAILY LIFE IN PATIENTS
SPORTS INJURIES 2
SI-PO-213-2-Tue. DEVELOPMENT OF SPORTS INJURY AWARENESS
UNDERGOING MAINTENANCE HEMODIALYSIS. Yoshifumi Abe, Japan
PROGRAMS FOR ATHLETES AND COACHES. Karen Kotila, Denmark
RR-PO-211-11-Tue. PHYSICAL INACTIVITY INDUCES GAIT
RR-PO-212-8-Tue. INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF SOCCER
INSTABILITY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ALLOGENEIC
SHOES ON FOOT PRESSURE ON ARTIFICIAL TURF. Yukihiro Aoba,
HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION. Daisuke Makiura,
Japan
Japan
RR-PO-212-10-Tue. EFFECT OF KNEE JOINT COOLING ON THE
RR-PO-211-17-Tue. PEDOMETER DETERMINED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLES
LEVELS AMONGST 11-12YR OLDS IN AN INNER CITY REGION OF
DURING A PLYOMETRIC EXERCISE. Stefan Schmid, Switzerland
LONDON, UK. Eoin McNamara, United Kingdom

All poster board numbers are preceded by either RR research report or SI - special interest report and PO poster display
To help delegates find specific posters, all poster display numbers are formatted as Row Number Board Number Day
Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00). Presenters will be at their display for a period of 1 hour.

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Poster displays - Tuesday 21 June 2011
Poster displays - Tuesday

RR-PO-212-12-Tue. RATE AND RISK OF ANTERIOR CRUCIATE


LIGAMENT INJURY AMONG SPORTSWOMEN IN SLOVENIA. Renata
Vauhnik, Slovenia
RR-PO-212-14-Tue. EVALUATION OF A CUSTOMISED DYNAMIC
ELASTOMERIC FABRIC ORTHOSIS (DEFO) FOR AIDING RETURN TO
SPORT AFTER LUMBOPELVIC INJURY. Leanne Sawle, United Kingdom
RR-PO-212-16-Tue. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ROAD-RUNNING
INJURIES. Candice Hendricks, South Africa
RR-PO-212-18-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NECK STRENGTH AND
HEAD POSTURE IN COLLEGE AMERICAN FOOTBALL PLAYER.
Takayuki Koyama, Japan
RR-PO-212-20-Tue. PHYSICAL THERAPY SUPPORTS FOR YOUTH
SCHOOL SPORTS CLUB TOURNAMENTS. Rie Nakazawa, Japan
RR-PO-212-22-Tue. ALTERED HAMSTRING STRENGTH PROFILE IN
GAELIC FOOTBALLERS WITH A PREVIOUS HAMSTRING INJURY.
Kieran O'Sullivan, Ireland
RR-PO-212-24-Tue. TRUNK MUSCLE PROFILE IN TENNIS PLAYERS
WITH AND WITHOUT LOW BACK PAIN. Stphanie Grosdent, Belgium
RR-PO-213-26-Tue. INJURY INCIDENCE IN ELITE COUNTY LEVEL GAA
PLAYERS, A THREE YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY. Edwenia O'Malley,
Ireland
RR-PO-212-28-Tue. A NOVEL METHOD FOR THE REHABILITATION OF
THE HALLUX-VALGUS DEFORMITY IN ATHLETES. Yukio Urabe, Japan
RR-PO-213-24-Tue. PREDICTORS OF SHOULDER GIRDLE INJURIES IN
COLLEGIATE SWIMMERS: A PILOT STUDY. David Schilling, United
States of America
RR-PO-213-4-Tue. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HIP AND REARFOOT
DYNAMIC ALIGNMENT AND DYNAMIC KNEE VALGUS DURING
SINGLE-LEG SQUATTING AND DROP LANDING. Yoshinori Kagaya,
Japan
RR-PO-213-6-Tue. THE EFFECT OF A 15-MINUTE WARM-UP
PROGRAM USING THE BALANCESHOES ON IMPROVING ATHLETIC
PERFORMANCE IN YOUNG VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS. Satoshi Kubota,
Japan
RR-PO-213-10-Tue. HAMSTRING FLEXIBILITY INCREASES THE SAME
WITH 3 OR 9 REPETITIONS OF STRETCHING HELD FOR A TOTAL TIME
OF 90 SECONDS. Wayne Johnson, United States of America
RR-PO-213-12-Tue. DOES A RESTRICTED HIP JOINT RANGE OF
MOTION INFLUENCE THE DEVELOPMENT OF OSTEITIS PUBIS IN
ATHLETES? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Alice Freiberg, Germany
RR-PO-213-14-Tue. THE PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL
INJURIES IN RUNNERS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Luiz Carlos Hespanhol
Junior, Brazil
RR-PO-213-16-Tue. THE PREVALENCE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL
INJURIES AND BURNOUT AMONG AMATEUR BOXERS. Emma Casey,
Ireland
RR-PO-213-18-Tue. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GAIT AND DELAYED
ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS FOLLOWING ECCENTRIC CONTRACTION
OF TRICEPS SURAE MUSCLE. Banno Yasuhiro, Japan
RR-PO-213-20-Tue. LOWER LIMB INJURIES EPIDEMIOLOGY AND RISK
FACTORS IN ARMY RECRUITS FROM CHILEAN MILITARY ACADEMY: A
PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. Ana Cristina Castro, Chile
RR-PO-213-22-Tue. THE EFFECTS OF CONTRACT-RELAX AGONIST
CONTRACT ON RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE INDUCED MUSCLE
DAMAGE. Theresa Burgess, South Africa
RR-PO-212-26-Tue. POSTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF
ADOLESCENT BASKETBALL ATHLETES. Patricia Guedes, Brazil

All poster board numbers are preceded by either RR research report or SI - special interest report and PO poster display
To help delegates find specific posters, all poster display numbers are formatted as Row Number Board Number Day
Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00). Presenters will be at their display for a period of 1 hour.

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Scientific programme
Wednesday 22 June 2011
Wednesday

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Venue RAI Ground Floor RAI First Floor RAI Elicium 1st Floor RAI Elicium 2nd Floor Venue

G102-103 Elicium Elicium


Room Auditorium Forum Emerald Room E104-105 E106-107 E103 G104 G105 G108 Elicium 1 Elicium 2 Room
Topaz D201-202 D203-204

Time Time
07:00 07:00

NWS NWS NWS


Women's Health Acupuncture Mental health
(IOPTWH) (IAAPT) (IOPTMH)

08:30 08:30

PDS:
DP: DP: PL: NWS FS: PL: PL: PL:
FS: Management Inter- PL: WS: Meet the WS: Database of
21st century Disaster Paediatrics: Physical therapy HIV and Neurology: Cronic disease Musculoskeletal:
quality professional Critical care WCPT Executive PT experts
research management neurology 1 assistants disability stroke 3 management general 1
education

10:00 10:00

10:45 10:45

PL: FS: PDS: PL: PL: NWS NWS WS: WCPT Exhibitor PL: PL: PL:
DP: PL:
Quality and Intensive Care Pain Neurology: Paediatrics: Oncology & Retired physical accreditation seminars: Musculoskeletal: Musculoskeletal: Inter-professional
Health policy Women's health 1
standards Units (ICU) management stroke 4 neurology 2 palliative care therapists guidelines Hocoma general 2 upper limb education

12:15 12:15

NWS
LUNCH NWS LUNCH
NWS Cardio-
International
Managers respiratory
Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing work & study Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing
(ICCPT)

13:45 13:45

PDS: NWS Subgroup chairs PL:


FS: FS: DP: PL: PL: PL: FS:
Quality & health Aquatic physical WS: WCPT/WHO / presidents PL: Continuing
EBP: qualitative Cardiac Human Neurology: Oncology & Respiratory / Pain
services therapy relations closed business Women's health 2 professional
research rehabilitation resources stroke 5 palliative care pulmonary 1 management
g
management ((APTI)) meetingg development

15:15 15:15
Daily planner - Wednesday 22 June 2011

16:00 16:00
PL: PL:
HIV/AIDS Pain management PL:
PDS: DP: PL: NWS PL: PL:
PL: PL: NWS Methods of
Paediatrics Health Respiratory/ History of Self-referral / Women's & men's
Lifestyle diseases Cardiothoracics 1 Meet the researchers/editors teaching &
neurology promotion PL: pulmonary 2 physical therapy direct access health
PL: learning 2
International
Mental health
development

17:30 17:30

20:00 20:00
SOCIAL ~ Party Night 20:00-midnight
00:00 00:00

Session Key
FS: Focused symposia PDS: Poster discussion sessions

DP: Discussion panel NWS: Networking sessions


Sessiontimesmayvaryfromthosepublished.Duetocircustancesbeyondourcontrol,changeswillbemade
totheprogrammeafterithas beensentforprinting.Wewilldoourbesttokeepdelegatesinformedofall
PL: Platform abstracts WS: WCPT seminars
Hall 3 Hall 2
313 312 311 310 309 308 307 306 305 304 303 302 301 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213

13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 13 12 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15 14 15
14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 14 11 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16 13 16
15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17 12 17
16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 16 9 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18 11 18
17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 17 8 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19 10 19
18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 18 7 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20 9 20
19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 19 6 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21 8 21
20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 20 5 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22 7 22
21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 21 4 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23 6 23
22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 22 3 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24 5 24
Poster
23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 23 2 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25 4 25
Info
24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 24 1 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26 3 26
Poster
2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27 2 27
Info
1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28 1 28

313 312 311 310 309 308 307 306 305 304 303 302 301 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213

Session Poster positions Session Poster positions

Critical care 301-04 to 301-12 Cardiothoracics 201-01 to 201-21


Methods of teaching & learning 301-14 to 303-10 Chronic disease management 201-25 to 202-25
Musculoskeletal: general 303-12 to 304-12 Complementary therapies 203-01 to 203-07
Musculoskeletal: upper limb 304-16 to 306-06 Health services management 203-11 to 203-13
Paediatrics: neurology 306-07 to 308-21 HIV/AIDS 203-17 to 203-23
Pain management 308-23 to 310-05 International development 203-25 to 204-01
Self-referral/direct access 312-22 to 312-24 Inter-professional education 204-03 to 204-11
Service delivery 310-06 to 310-18 Kinesiology/ movement analysis 204-13 to 206-03
Women's health 310-20 to 312-20 Lifestyle diseases 206-05 to 206-15
Poster displays - Wednesday 22 June 2011

Mental health 206-17 to 206-23


Musculoskeletal: spine 206-28 to 208-02
Neurology: stroke 208-05 to 210-13
Oncology & palliative care 210-15 to 211-27
Respiratory/ pulmonary 212-02 to 213-24

Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00)
Poster presenters have been assigned a period of 1 hour (either 12:00-13:00 or 13:00-14:00) when they must be at their displays to discuss their poster with delegates
To help delegates navigate the poster area all poster displays have been formatted as Row Number - Board number - Day . For example RR-PO-309-25-Tue will be in row 309, at position 25 on Tuesday.
Row numbers 301-313 are in Hall 3, at the back left as you enter the exhibition area. Row numbers 201-213 are in Hall 2, at the back right as you enter.

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Wednesday
Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


Management quality achieving excellence in physiotherapy service provision

Venue: RAI: Auditorium


Presenters: Robert Jones (United Kingdom), Fiona Jenkins (United Kingdom), Janice Mueller (New Zealand),
Rosalie Boyce (Australia), Ina Diener (South Africa)
Wednesday

Learning objectives
1. To understand key concepts of management quality including review and evaluation, how this can be implemented
and to consider its impact on provision of excellent physiotherapy services.
2. To learn and share knowledge and experience from three WCPT regions around the world (similarities and
differences) and facilitate active audience participation and views on the relationship between leadership/
management and clinical practice - to understand the benefits of collaborative working.
3. To encourage innovative thinking and action planning for symposium participants to take back to their own work
places.

Description
If quality and excellence are to be at the heart of service provision and the goals which physiotherapy managers and
clinicians strive to achieve for their services, it is essential to be able to measure and evaluate performance in order
to determine whether the identified criteria for quality and excellence are being met and whether there is alignment
between performance and the strategy, vision, objectives and desired outcomes.
A Management Quality Matrix for evaluating a wide range of performance parameters will be introduced. Major themes
such as; leadership, clinical governance, evidence based practice, collaborative working and communication will be
considered.
Topics will include:
an overview of the concepts of management quality and its relationship to patient care, measurement,
delegation, integration, communication, participation and staff development
the Management Quality Evaluation Matrix and its use in the management and leadership of services
standards involved in management quality
aspects of Clinical Governance and the importance of leadership and evaluation in physiotherapy practice
concepts of evidence-based practice and the importance of this essential element of excellence in physiotherapy
in the management process
communication issues and the importance of collaborative working in the context of management quality
The symposium team will show how systematic review and evaluation enables physiotherapy managers, leaders and
clinicians, not simply to engage in box ticking exercises, but rather to measure using metrics indicative of progress
towards value, responsiveness and excellence for patients.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


Physical therapy leadership in disability and HIV: sharing international perspectives

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Stephanie Nixon (Canada), Gabriela Abbud (Brazil), Julie Hard (Canada), Hellen Myezwa
(South Africa), Kelly OBrien (Canada)

Wednesday
Learning objectives
1. To provide an overview of evidence regarding the growing intersections between disability, HIV and physiotherapy.
2. To illustrate examples of physiotherapy leadership in research, clinical practice and education on disability and HIV
in 3 regions, with a focus on South Africa, Brazil and Canada.
3. To highlight areas for future collaboration between regions to advance HIV and disability research, practice and
education in the field of physiotherapy.

Description
Around the world, recognition is growing regarding the significance of HIV and disability. In April 2009, following years
of excluding concern for disability within major HIV reports, UNAIDS released the Disability and HIV Policy Brief calling
for immediate attention to this neglected issue. Physical therapists have played an historic role in developing the field
of HIV and disability. Attention first focused on disability resulting from HIV, its secondary effects, and the side effects
of treatment. More recently, attention has turned to people with pre-existing disabilities and their experience of HIV.
Physiotherapy has important roles to play across these continua. Examples of physical therapy leadership in research,
practice and education from three WCPT regions will be included.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

10:45-12:15 Focused symposium


Early physical exercise and walking in ICU: accept the challenge!

Venue: RAI: Forum


Presenters: Christiane Perme (United States of America), Alice Jones (Hong Kong), Marike van der Schaaf
(Netherlands)
Wednesday

Learning objectives
1. Understand evidence-based literature available related to early rehabilitation of patients in the ICU.
2. Understand the importance of therapeutic exercises in the management of patients in ICU.
3. Identify patients who would benefit from an early physical exercise and walking program in the ICU.

Description
Physical therapists working with patients in Intensive Care Units face a complex challenge. These patients have limited
mobility due to life support, monitoring equipment, multiple medical problems and muscle weakness. For selected
patients in ICU, early physical exercise and walking enhances functional outcomes by optimising cardiopulmonary
and neuromuscular status. Early mobility can lead to an increase in the patients quality of life and higher functional
capability. It can also potentially reduce length of hospital stay with overall reduced costs. The content of this
symposium will demonstrate how early physical exercise, mobility and a walking program can positively impact the
recovery of selected patients in the ICU.
Maria Feltrim (Brazil) will join the discussion at the end of the symposium.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Focused symposium


Qualitative research evidence: how does it contribute to evidence-based practice?

Venue: RAI: Auditorium


Presenters: Christine Carpenter (United Kingdom), Simon Igo (United Kingdom), Patty Solomon (Canada),
Franziska Trede (Australia)

Wednesday
Learning objectives
1. To review the unique foundational characteristics of qualitative research.
2. To discuss issues related to critically appraising qualitative research and developing qualitative evidence.
3. To examine the contribution qualitative evidence can make to physical therapy practice at the macro-, meso- and
micro- levels of service delivery.

Description
Early definitions of evidence-based practice promoted the idea of a hierarchy of scientific evidence associated with
experimental research approaches. Qualitative research has not been consistently included in academic curricula and
has typically been taught and evaluated by comparing and contrasting it with quantitative approaches. However, the
complexity of health care issues, particularly related to rehabilitation and community care, has made broadening the
definition and application of evidence an imperative.
Practitioners need to understand a diversity of research methods in order to assess the value of research evidence
and effectively apply in their practice. This symposium will give physical therapists the opportunity to review their
understanding of what qualitative research is and engage in the most current debate about how qualitative studies
can be critically appraised and qualitative evidence generated and classified. A qualitative critical appraisal framework
will be introduced; made available to the participants and used to focus the discussion. The contribution of qualitative
evidence to our understanding of contemporary physical therapy and rehabilitation practice will be explored.
The implications of conducting qualitative research and incorporating qualitative evidence in real practice will be
discussed.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Focused symposium


Future trends in cardiac rehabilitation

Venue: RAI: Forum


Presenters: Arto Hautala (Finland), Bo Fernhall (United States of America), Tetsuya Takahashi (Japan),
Mikko Tulppo (Finland), Sumio Yamada (Japan)
Wednesday

Learning objectives
1. To provide an overview of the importance and effect of exercise on arterial function in patients with cardiovascular
disease and to describe the appropriate use of endurance and resistance training as well as the role of daily physical
activity as an integral part of cardiac rehabilitation.
2. To address the prognostic value of functional limitations in congestive heart failure management.
3. To discuss current research related to cardiac rehabilitation and to provide opportunities for physiotherapists,
physicians and nurses to expand collaborative networks both regionally and internationally.

Description
Cardiac rehabilitation is a core component of standard care for patients after a hospitalisation for an acute coronary
event such as myocardial infarction or coronary revascularisation. The main challenge for rehabilitation in patients with
cardiovascular disease is the fact that the number of patients is constantly increasing due to the growing number of
aging population. Secondly, unhealthy lifestyle habits including lack of physical exercise lead to complications related
to cardiovascular disease.
The symposium will focus on different perspectives and key issues on advanced or emerging scope of practice in
cardiac rehabilitation. The current guidelines of cardiac rehabilitation will be introduced. The symposium will provide
an overview of the importance and effect of exercise on arterial function in patients with cardiovascular disease. The
appropriate use of endurance and resistance training as well as the role of daily physical activity as an integral part
of cardiac rehabilitation will be discussed. Since declines in function are a key sign of clinical status in patients with
congestive heart failure, the prognostic value of functional limitations will be introduced.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Wednesday 22 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Focused symposium


Teaching people about pain

Venue: RAI: Elicium 2


Presenters: Lorimer Moseley (Australia), David Butler (Australia), Michael Thacker (United Kingdom),
Adriaan Louw (United States of America)

Wednesday
Learning objectives
1. To gain a basic understanding of what is currently known about the biology of pain, with a focus on what occurs
when pain persists.
2. To be familiar with principles of conceptual change theory and evidence based strategies to teach people about
pain.
3. To integrate the International Association for the Study of Pain core curriculum and modern concepts of pain
biology into clinical reasoning.

Description
Pain is ubiquitous and one of the most common reasons to visit a physiotherapist. There has been huge advances in our
understanding of the biology that underpins pain, but clinical practice has on the whole failed to keep up. However,
the scope of these new findings regarding pain has led to a reconceptualisation of pain biology as well as dramatic
advances in therapeutic approaches to pain management, although the delay to reach the clinic is substantial. This
revolution in pain-related knowledge is of fundamental relevance to the practice of physiotherapy around the world.
Physiotherapists are ideally resourced and perfectly placed to take a lead role in bringing clinical practice into line
with this new conceptualisation, but they must learn about it first. In fact, a growing body of literature clearly shows
that when physiotherapists learn about pain, and, crucially, when they teach their patients about pain, more effective
treatments ensue. We contend that new efforts are needed to revitalise pain education - most importantly with an
eye to producing measurable improvements for both physiotherapist and patients. This symposium will focus on
new models of learning in pain education. Speakers will discuss: the application of conceptual change and health
literacy models to patient-oriented pain education; integration of the International Association for the Study of Pain
core curriculum with modern teaching and learning strategies; and a three-pronged approach to practitioner and
patient education that serves to change the way people think about pain so as to bring it into line with a modern
understanding of pain and its underlying biology.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Discussion panels - Wednesday 22 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Discussion panel


Investigating what matters: how to meet the challenges of research in the 21st century

Venue: RAI: Forum


Chair: Ann Moore (United Kingdom)
Panel members: Rob de Bie (Netherlands), Elizabeth Dean (Canada), Charlotte Hger (Sweden),
Wednesday

Suh-Fang Jeng (Taiwan), Joanne Potterton (South Africa), Monica Pinilla (Colombia)

Panel members will consider trends in global health and the future priorities for physical therapy research. Factors
affecting physical therapy research, building research capacity and the role of WCPT and its member organisations in
promoting physical therapy research may also be considered.

08:30-10:00 Discussion panel


Re-building for good: how physical therapy projects can bring long-term sustainable
benefits in conflict zones and disaster areas

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Theo Verhoeff (Switzerland)
Panel members: David Charles (Haiti), Shaun Cleaver (Canada), Najmuddin Helal (Afghanistan), Nancy Kelly
(United States of America), Chiara Retis (France)

Once the media images fade from memory and emergency services disappear, those living in disaster and/or (post-)
conflict zones continue to live with physical and psychological trauma. Physical therapists are needed in all phases of
management, but never more than in the establishment and running of sustainable services for those injured as a result
of disasters/conflicts. The panel will explore the nature of physical therapy at times of conflict and disaster and discuss
the development of sustainable services.

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Discussion panels - Wednesday 22 June 2011

10:45-12:15 Discussion panel


The bigger picture: how physical therapists can bring change to health policy and
service provision

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Brenda J Myers (WCPT)

Wednesday
Panel members: Natalie Beswetherick (United Kingdom), Andrea Cann (Bermuda), Jonathon Kruger
(Australia), Kanda Chaipinyo (Thailand), Bridget Birabi (Nigeria)

This panel will explore the ways in which the profession can work to effectively influence health policy and service
provision. Using examples and experiences from around the world, the role of physical therapists as advocates for the
profession whether at individual or organisational level, will be explored.

13:45-15:15 Discussion panel


Health human resources: factors affecting equitable access to physical therapy in all
parts of the world

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Zola Dantile (WCPT Executive Committee)
Panel members: Michel Landry (Canada), Barbara Rau (Switzerland), Amparo Mogolln (Colombia),
Saleh Al-Oraibi (Jordan), Kanchan Sangroula (Nepal)

The World Health Organization posed the question of how to build health human resource capacity in its 2006 annual
report. This panel will review the current picture of physical therapy workforce and international efforts to redress under
servicing and shortage of physical therapists.

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Discussion panels - Wednesday 22 June 2011

16:00-17:30 Discussion panel


Promoting health, preventing disability: are physical therapists playing their part?

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Anders Raustorp (Sweden)
Panel members: Nicola Hunter (United Kingdom), Jennifer Bottomley (United States of America),
Wednesday

Andrea Backovi Jurian (Slovenia), Donna Bainbridge (United States of America),


Dele Amosun (South Africa)

This panel will address the role of physical therapists in broad based health promotion programmes, sometimes known
as public health or wellness programmes. Screening for disabilities, healthy lifestyle promotion and injury prevention,
identification and management of factors affecting health status and measures to prevent disability associated with
chronic diseases are all part of a physical therapists skill set. What is the current scope of physical therapist involvement
in such programmes and how should this be developed for the future?

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Networking sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

07:00-08:30 Networking sessions


Topic: Womens health - International Organization of Physical Therapists in Womens Health
(IOPTWH)
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Rebecca Stephenson (United States of America)
Discuss issues such as:

Wednesday
womens health research database
most important changes in obstetrics clinical practice
most important changes in pelvic floor practice
priority action items for IOPTWH involvement going forward
high risk pregnancies and variations in treatment

Topic: Acupuncture - International Acupuncture Association of Physical Therapists (IAAPT)


Venue: RAI: Room G104
Chair: Karen Keith (New Zealand)
Discuss issues such as:
is acupuncture an art or a science?
what is the evidence behind acupuncture?
do we need international standards of competency?
what is the scope of application of acupuncture for physical therapists?
what are the current barriers to acupuncture use for countries?
where to next for IAAPT, what are the future challenges?

Topic: Mental health - International Organisation of Physical Therapists in Mental Health (IOPTMH)
Venue: RAI: Room G105
Chair: Elin Engeseth (Norway)
Discuss issues such as:
role of physical therapy in mental health
scope of practice for physical therapists
evidence based physical therapy practice
competence/educational requirements for physical therapists in mental health
physical therapists interested in moving into the field of mental health
conferences and networking

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Networking sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Networking session


Topic: Physical therapy assistants
Venue: RAI: Room G105
Chair: Natalie Beswetherick (United Kingdom)
Discuss issues such as:
scope of practice
Wednesday

entry level qualification or on the job training?


level of supervision required
expectations of physical therapists
expectations of patients
role in training undergraduate physical therapy students
can they replace qualified staff?

10:45-12:15 Networking sessions


Topic: Oncology and palliative care
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Jackie Drouin (United States of America)
Discuss issues such as:
define the scope of physical therapy in oncology practice
what are the current evidence based practice/research needs for physical therapists working in oncology
what are the physical therapy education or training needs
is there scope to develop an international WCPT subgroup in oncology

Topic: Retired physical therapists


Venue: RAI: Room G104
Chair: Nina Holten (Denmark)
Discuss issues such as:
retired colleagues a vital professional resource
how to continue to contribute and have fun
ideas to share, new roles, activities within the profession, in life and society
advisory forums, knowledge bases, friendship forums, activity forums
WCPTs national member organisations support of senior forums
international forum, is it a possibility, is it a wish, how could it be run?

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Networking sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

12:15-13:45 Networking sessions


Topic: Managers
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Robert Jones (United Kingdom)
Discuss issues such as:
setting up a world e-network for physical therapy managers and leaders

Wednesday
management and leadership competencies
how to benchmark services
management quality and standards
how to get clinicians actively involved in managing and leading changes
how do we make management/leadership roles attractive to clinicians
information requirements for effective management

Topic: International work and study


Venue: RAI: Room G104
Chair: Shaun Cleaver (Canada)
Discuss issues such as:
the roles of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and physical therapy students when working in other
countries, in different cultures and with disadvantaged populations
how, when and where to start international involvement
ethical issues
sustainable involvement
building capacity in low resource environments
strategies to facilitate international collaboration

Topic: Cardiorespiratory - International Confederation of Cardiorespiratory Physical Therapists


(ICCPT)
Venue: RAI: Room G105
Chair: Shane Patman (Australia)
Discuss issues such as:
formation and development of the international subgroup for cardiorespiratory physical therapy
scope of practice now and into the future
evidence based practice
research priorities
international collaborative research opportunities

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Networking sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Networking session


Topic: Aquatic therapy - Aquatic Physical Therapy International (APTI)
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Tapani Pyhnen (Finland)
Discuss issues such as:
evidence based practice
Wednesday

clinical reasoning
standards on safety and hygiene
collaborative research
promote development of educational material

16:00-17:30 Networking sessions


Topic: History of physical therapy
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Antnio M F Lopes (Portugal)
Discuss issues such as:
why should we record the history of the profession?
what should we record and who should do it?
how can new and emerging member associations learn from the history of others?
the history of the profession as a research interest

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Networking sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

Topic: Meet the researchers/editors *


Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chair: Michele Harms (United Kingdom)
Facilitators: Karen Beeton (United Kingdom) Writing for publication first attempts
Alan Jette (United States of America) Writing for publication aiming for higher impact journals
Chris Powers (United States of America) Writing abstracts

Wednesday
Tim Flynn (United States of America) What is required to be a good journal reviewer
Gregory Kolt (Australia) Developing your journal raising standards
Darren Rivett (Australia) How to get started in research
Lisa Harvey (Australia) Finding/selecting a research supervisor
Cathie Sherrington (Australia) Research training options
Christine Lin (Australia) Research career pathways
Elizabeth Dean (Canada) Establishing research programmes
Lesley Bainbridge (Canada) Research design questions - qualitative
Yocheved Laufer (Israel) Research design questions - quantitative
Rob Herbert (Australia) Research design questions - general
Leigh Hale (New Zealand) Research design questions - expanding your repertoire eg social science,
education
Anne Moseley (Australia) Grant writing - strategies for improving your research funding application
success rate
Christine Carpenter (United Kingdom) Ethical concerns submissions to committees, research designs
* Please note there will be one Meet the researchers/editors networking session on each of the 3 days of congress.

The issues to be discussed are reflected in the facilitators dedicated subjects.

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WCPT seminars - Wednesday 22 June 2011

08:30-10:00 WCPT seminar


The WCPT Executive Committee: meet the WCPT President, Vice President and the
regional members

Venue: RAI: Room E103


Chair: Marilyn Moffat (President)
Wednesday

Facilitators: Zola Dantile (Vice President)


Sylvia Kambalametore (Africa Region)
Margot Skinner (Asia Western Pacific Region)
Emma Stokes (European Region)
Sandra Thornhill (North America Caribbean Region)
Mabel Yvonne Espinel Gonzalez (South America Region)

The Executive Committee (EC) of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) is elected by the WCPT
member organisations. Members of the current EC will be available for an open question and answer session, to help
participants increase their understanding of the role of the WCPT Executive Committee.

08:30-10:00 WCPT seminar


WCPT database of physical therapist experts: want to get involved? Are you eligible?

Venue: RAI: Room G104


Chair: Catherine Sykes (WCPT)
Facilitator: Rachel Moore (WCPT)

The WCPT database of experts was launched in May 2010. It is a valuable resource for member organisations,
subgroups and regions and individual physical therapists as well as international organisations seeking physical
therapist expertise. This seminar will inform delegates about the database, how it has been used and how to seek or
offer expertise. WCPT will also seek feedback on how the database can be enhanced.

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WCPT seminars - Wednesday 22 June 2011

10:45-12:15 WCPT seminar


WCPT guideline for the accreditation of physical therapist professional entry level
education programmes

Venue: RAI: Room G105


Chairs: Margot Skinner (WCPT Executive Committee)

Wednesday
Emma Stokes (WCPT Executive Committee)

Recognising that WCPT member organisations are at different stages of development, some with established standards
and regulatory processes and others without; WCPT has provided guidelines for the standard evaluation process for
accreditation/recognition of physical therapist professional entry level education programmes.
This seminar will look at the accreditation/recognition process and discuss how the guidelines can operate in countries
without established means to assure quality physical therapist education.

13:45-15:15 WCPT seminar


In official relations with the World Health Organization: what does this mean for WCPT
and its member organisations?

Venue: RAI: Room G104


Chair: Catherine Sykes (WCPT)
Speaker: Alana Officer (World Health Organization)

The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) has been in official relations with the World Health Organization
(WHO) since 1956, so what does this mean? This seminar will discuss the relationship between the two organisations,
the governance structures and how WCPT can influence the global health agenda. This seminar will also look at some of
the projects that both organisations have been involved with in recent years and consider the implications for physical
therapy practice.

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Other sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

13:45-15:30 Special meeting


WCPT subgroup chairs and presidents [closed business meeting]

Venue: RAI: Room G105


Chair: Laetitia Dekker-Bakker (Netherlands)
Wednesday

This session is open to the WCPT subgroups chairs/presidents and their representatives. An invitation has been
extended to the international subgroups in development.

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Platform presentations - Wednesday 22 June 2011

09:15 RR-PL-1879. YOU CANNOT PERFORM MUSIC WITHOUT


Wednesday 08:30 TAKING CARE OF YOUR BODY: A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON
MUSICIANS REPRESENTATIONS OF BODY AND HEALTH.
Chronic disease management Amlie Zosso, Switzerland
08:30-10:00, RAI: Elicium D201-202 09:30 RR-PL-1918. THE EFFICACY OF MOBILISATIONS WITH
Chair: Heleen Beckerman (Netherlands) MOVEMENT TREATMENT ON MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS. Leanne Bisset,
08:30 RR-PL-771. PAIN INHIBITION AND POSTEXERTIONAL Australia
MALAISE IN MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS/CHRONIC
FATIGUE SYNDROME [ME/CFS]: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY. 09:45 RR-PL-3452. NATURAL COURSE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL
PAIN - A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY. Ottar Vasseljen,

Platforms - Wednesday
Jessica Van Oosterwijck, Belgium
Norway
08:45 RR-PL-1183. UNRAVELLING THE NATURE OF POST-
EXERTIONAL MALAISE IN CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME: Neurology: stroke 3
AN EXERCISE IMMUNOLOGY STUDY. Jo Nijs, Belgium 08:30-10:00, RAI: Elicium 2
09:00 RR-PL-2880. OPTIMIZING SUPERVISED EXERCISE THERAPY Chair: Rob Herbert (Australia)
FOR PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Erik
Hendriks, Netherlands 08:30 RR-PL-2177. CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT
THERAPY VS. STRENGTH TRAINING: WHICH IS MORE
09:15 RR-PL-2501. FUNCTIONING AND DISABILITY IN MEN AND EFFECTIVE IN ACUTE TO SUB-ACUTE STROKE? AN
WOMEN WITH CHRONIC HEART FAILURE. Eeva Europe, EVIDENCE-BASED REVIEW. Diane Allen, United States of
Sweden America
09:30 RR-PL-888. AN EXERCISE PROGRAMME FOR PATIENTS 08:45 RR-PL-1062. CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY
WITH DIABETIC COMPLICATIONS; A STUDY ON FEASIBILITY FOR THE UPPER LIMB POST STROKE: A POSTAL SURVEY OF
AND PRELIMINARY EFFECTIVENESS. Nicoline Otterman, THERAPISTS IN IRELAND. Bukola Eigbogba, Ireland
Netherlands
09:00 RR-PL-3527. SENSORY FUNCTION POST-STROKE
09:45 RR-PL-3061. IS WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE IN HEMODIALYSIS DEPENDENT ON ASCENDING PROJECTIONS AND PRIMARY
PATIENTS AN INDEX OF CENTRAL ADIPOSITY OR SENSORY CORTEX INTEGRITY. Deborah Nichols-Larsen,
HYDRATION STATUS?. Trisha Parsons, Canada United States of America

Critical care 09:15 RR-PL-1139. DOES TASK-SPECIFICITY MATTER FOR MOTOR


SEQUENCE LEARNING AFTER STROKE? INSIGHTS FROM
08:30-10:00, RAI: E104-105
FRMI. Nicole Acerra, Canada
Chair: Richard Debigar (Canada)
09:30 RR-PL-3543. CHANGES OF MOVEMENT QUALITY IN
08:30 RR-PL-1112. TIME TO ACTIVITY WITHIN A PEOPLE WITH STROKE WHO RECEIVED CONSTRAINT
GENERAL/TRAUMA INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. Mansi Patel, INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY. Yi-Po Chiu, United States
United Kingdom of America
08:45 RR-PL-559. POOR FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AFTER 09:45 RR-PL-3466. COMPARING TWO MOTOR IMAGERY
DISCHARGE FROM THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT; A STRATEGIES TO LEARN A COMPLEX MOTOR TASK IN
CHALLENGE TO IMPROVE OUTCOME AFTER CRITICAL STROKE PATIENTS: A SINGLE-BLINDED PILOT
ILLNESS. Marike van der Schaaf, Netherlands RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Corina Schuster,
09:00 RR-PL-3048. REHABILITATION FOR THE CRITICALLY ILL IN Switzerland
THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS. Geetha Kayambu, Paediatrics: neurology 1
Australia 08:30-10:00, RAI: E106-107
Chair: Barbara Connolly (United States of America)
09:15 RR-PL-3490. IS HEAD-UP TILT-TABLE REHABILITATION
BETTER THAN SITTING IN A CHAIR FOR VENTILATED 08:30 RR-PL-544. RELIABILITY AND DISCRIMINANT VALIDITY OF
ADULTS IN TERMS OF IMPROVING LUNG FUNCTION?. Jane THE QUALITY FM, A NEW MEASURE OF MOVEMENT
Manners, United Kingdom QUALITY OF AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL
09:30 RR-PL-3302. A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY PALSY. Virginia Wright, Canada
INTERVENTION FOR CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS WITH H1N1 08:45 RR-PL-1326. FACTORS INFLUENCING PHYSIOTHERAPY USE
INFLUENZA A. Marc Berry, United Kingdom IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Claire Kerr, United
09:45 RR-PL-704. THE SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF ON-CALL Kingdom
PAEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY PHYSIOTHERAPY IN INTENSIVE 09:00 RR-PL-1693. CHILD DETERMINANTS OF GROSS MOTOR
CARE. Harriet Shannon, United Kingdom FUNCTION OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.
Doreen Bartlett, Canada
Musculoskeletal: general 1
09:15 RR-PL-2522. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OROFACIAL
08:30-10:00, RAI: Elicium D203-204
FUNCTION, GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION AND MANUAL
Chair: Gordon Waddington (Australia) ABILITY IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH
08:30 RR-PL-2970. SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS: CEREBRAL PALSY. Siv Edvinsson, Sweden
EFFECTS OF WALKING EXERCISE IN CHRONIC 09:30 RR-PL-2856. SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF
MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN. Sean R O'Connor, United INTENSIVE TREADMILL TRAINING ON TODDLERS AND
Kingdom PRESCHOOLERS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Katrin Mattern-
08:45 RR-PL-2643. MUSCLE MASS, MUSCLE STRENGTH AND Baxter, United States of America
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT IN WOMEN WITH THE EHLERS- 09:45 RR-PL-3931. GENERAL MOVEMENTS AS A PREDICTIVE
DANLOS SYNDROME. Lies Rombaut, Belgium TOOL OF THE NEURODEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOME IN
09:00 RR-PL-1053. BALANCE AND GAIT AND RISK OF FALLING IN HIGH-RISK INFANTS - A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE.
FEMALES WITH THE EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME. Lies Marlette Burger, South Africa
Rombaut, Belgium

RR research report SI special interest report PL platform presentation

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Platform presentations - Wednesday 22 June 2011

11:45 RR-PL-3316. SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF ECCENTRIC


Wednesday 10:45 TRAINING ON LATERAL EPICONDYLALGIA A
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Wim Grooten, Sweden
Inter-professional education 12:00 RR-PL-946. IS A THUMB OPPONENS SPLINT USEFUL FOR
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium D203-204 PATIENTS WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE?.
Chair: Gillian Webb (Australia) Annemieke Videler, Netherlands

10:45 RR-PL-3402. INTRODUCING INTER-PROFESSIONAL Neurology: stroke 4


EDUCATION IN UNDERGRADUATE HEALTH SCIENCES 10:45-12:15, RAI: E104-105
CURRICULA THROUGH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING. Tara Chair: Barbara Rau (Switzerland)
Platforms - Wednesday

Cusack, Ireland
11:00 WITHDRAWN 10:45 RR-PL-2612. CONTRACTURES AFTER STROKE: INCIDENCE
AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS. Li Khim Kwah, Australia
11:15 RR-PL-3743. PERCEPTIONS OF INTER-PROFESSIONAL
LEARNING BY HEALTH CARE STUDENTS ON ACCELERATED 11:00 WITHDRAWN
PRE-REGISTRATION PROGRAMMES IN THE PRACTICE 11:15 RR-PL-2646. PASSIVE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF
SETTING: A SURVEY STUDY. Amanda Evans, United GASTROCNEMIUS IN PATIENTS WITH ANKLE
Kingdom CONTRACTURE AFTER STROKE. Li Khim Kwah, Australia
11:30 RR-PL-1593. A FLEXIBLE PROGRAM FOR 11:30 RR-PL-3360. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN EXECUTIVE
INTERPROFESSIONAL CLINICAL EDUCATION. Megan FUNCTION IMPAIRMENT AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE
Davidson, Australia AFTER STROKE. Sara Hayes, Ireland
11:45 SI-PL-817. ENHANCING INTER-PROFESSIONAL LEARNING 11:45 RR-PL-3674. IS INTEGRATED UPPER EXTREMITY TRAINING
IN PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION THROUGH CLINICAL MORE EFFECTIVE THAN ISOLATED TRAINING OF THE
SIMULATION. Serena Stirling, United Kingdom HAND AND FINGERS IN PERSONS WITH HEMIPARESIS?.
12:00 SI-PL-3415. LEARNING TOGETHER CLINICALLY: THE Gerard Fluet, United States of America
STUDENT PERSPECTIVE. Stacey McPhail, Canada 12:00 RR-PL-579. ARE ACTIVITY LIMITATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH
LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS (LUTS) IN STROKE
Musculoskeletal: general 2 PATIENTS?. Sigrid Tibaek, Denmark
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium 1
Chair: Elaine Maheu (Canada) Paediatrics: neurology 2
10:45-12:15, RAI: E106-107
10:45 RR-PL-1465. GOAL SETTING IN MUSCULOSKELETAL Chair: Joanne Potterton (South Africa)
PHYSIOTHERAPY: HOW DO PATIENTS AND
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS INTERACT IN THIS PROCESS?. Veronika 10:45 RR-PL-689. THE MOTOR DEVELOPMENT OF ORPHANED
Schoeb, Switzerland CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT HIV: PILOT EXPLORATION
11:00 RR-PL-1989. CLINICAL PREDICTION MODELS IN PHYSICAL OF FOSTER CARE AND RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENT. Gillian
THERAPY; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Lieke van Oort, Ferguson, South Africa
Netherlands 11:00 RR-PL-1459. FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES 10 YEARS AFTER
11:15 RR-PL-2087. IDENTIFYING GENERIC PREDICTORS OF SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY (SDR). Annika Lundkvist
OUTCOME IN PATIENTS PRESENTING TO PRIMARY CARE Josenby, Sweden
WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN. Nicholas Henschke, 11:15 RR-PL-2769. EFFECTS OF THE TUNING OF ANKLE FOOT
Australia ORTHOSES-FOOTWEAR COMBINATION (AFO-FC) ON GAIT
11:30 RR-PL-1624. LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP OF DIABILITY OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP). Kavi
PENSIONERS HAVING MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN. Liv Jagadamma, United Kingdom
Magnussen, Norway 11:30 RR-PL-2944. PATHOGENESIS OF CONGENITAL
11:45 RR-PL-3235. PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH HEMIPLEGIA- RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BRAIN STRUCTURE
MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE IN AUSTRALIA AND UPPER LIMB FUNCTION. Roslyn Boyd, Australia
IS HIGH. Vivian Yung, Australia 11:45 RR-PL-2284. ACCURACY OF TEST OF INFANT MOTOR
12:00 RR-PL-3362. THE HYDAT TOOL: UK AQUATIC PERFORMANCE AND CRANIAL ULTRASOUND IN THE
PHYSIOTHERAPY STANDARDISED DATA COLLECTION NEUROLOGICAL PROGNOSIS OF THE HIGH RISK PRETERM
PROJECT, A BUILDING BLOCK ON WHICH TO BASE INFANTS. Helena Gonalves, Brazil
EVIDENCE?. Sarah-Jane Ryan, United Kingdom 12:00 RR-PL-3509. EFFECTIVENESS OF BOTULINUM TOXIN IN
THE MANAGEMENT OF HIP PAIN FOR NON AMBULANT
Musculoskeletal: upper limb CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Terry Pountney, United
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium 2 Kingdom
Chair: Frits Voorneveld (Netherlands)
Quality and standards
10:45 RR-PL-2430. THE EFFICACY OF STANDARDIZED EXERCISES 10:45-12:15, RAI: Auditorium
FOR THE ROTATOR CUFF AND SCAPULAR STABILIZERS IN Chair: Raoul Engelbert (Netherlands)
PATIENTS WITH SUBACROMIAL IMPINGEMENT
SYNDROME- RCT STUDY. Theresa Holmgren, Sweden 10:45 RR-PL-3542. PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH CARE
11:00 RR-PL-948. EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED SUBACROMIAL RECEIVED FROM ADVANCED CLINICIAN PRACTITIONER IN
PAIN DISRUPTS SHOULDER FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE. ARTHRITIS CARE (ACPAC) PROGRAM-TRAINED
Craig Wassinger, United States of America PRACTITIONERS. Kelly Warmington, Canada

11:15 RR-PL-1378. ECCENTRIC TRAINING IN PATIENTS WITH 11:00 SI-PL-720. USING PATIENT FEEDBACK TO DRIVE CHANGE
ROTATOR CUFF TENDINOPATHY: A RANDOMIZED IN A MUSCULOSKELETAL SERVICE. Lisa Roberts, United
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Annelies Maenhout, Belgium Kingdom

11:30 RR-PL-3085. TIME COURSE AND THE EFFECTS OF TAPING 11:15 RR-PL-2006. PATIENT SAFETY IN DUTCH ALLIED
OF A MULLIGANS MOBILIZATION-WITH-MOVEMENT HEALTHCARE IS HIGHLY INFLUENCED BY QUALITY OF
MANUAL THERAPY TECHNIQUE IN PAIN LIMITED PATIENT RECORDS. Simone van Dulmen, Netherlands
SHOULDERS. Pamela Teys, Australia

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11:30 RR-PL-2148. LEARNING FROM COMPLAINTS: A MIXED Neurology: stroke 5


METHODS STUDY CONDUCTED WITHIN THE
13:45-15:15, RAI: E104-105
OSTEOPATHIC PROFESSION. Janine Leach, United Kingdom
Chair: Gillian Baer (United Kingdom)
11:45 SI-PL-2100. MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL - REFLECTING
ON A PROGRAMS PERFORMANCE IN PROMOTING CQI?. 13:45 RR-PL-1606. ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHRONIC STROKE
Jan Robinson, Canada PATIENTS PLAYING WII SPORTS: A PILOT STUDY. Henri
Hurkmans, Netherlands
12:00 RR-PL-223. QUALITY-ASSURANCE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY - AN
EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE CURRENT STATUS OF 14:00 RR-PL-2876. EFFECTS OF OPTIMAL STANDARD OF CARE
QUALITY-ASSURANCE MEASURES IN PRIVATE COMPARED WITH INTERACTIVE VIDEO GAMING (WII)
PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE IN AUSTRIA. Nicole Muzar, BASED BALANCE AND MOBILITY TRAINING FOR

Platforms - Wednesday
Austria INDIVIDUALS POST-STROKE. Judith Deutsch, United States
of America
Womens health 1 14:15 RR-PL-2107. FAMILY MEDIATED EXERCISE INTERVENTION
10:45-12:15, RAI: Elicium D201-202 [FAME]: EVALUATION OF A NOVEL FORM OF EXERCISE
Chair: Kari Bo (Norway) DELIVERY AFTER STROKE. Rose Galvin, Ireland
10:45 RR-PL-3241. THE INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF A 14:30 RR-PL-577. IS ACCURATE PREDICTION OF UPPER LIMB
STANDARDISED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR RECOVERY POSSIBLE WITHIN 72 HOURS POST STROKE?
PREGNANCY-RELATED LUMBOPELVIC PAIN. Annelie Gutke, THE EPOS STUDY. Rinske Nijland, Netherlands
Sweden 14:45 RR-PL-1342. THE ROLE OF THE SAEBOFLEX HAND
11:00 RR-PL-3377. DOES REGULAR EXERCISE IN PREGNANCY ORTHOSIS WITHIN THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH
PREVENT URINARY INCONTINENCE?. Signe Nilssen Stafne, ACUTE/SUB-ACUTE STROKE A PROOF OF CONCEPT
Norway STUDY. Sally Davenport, United Kingdom
11:15 RR-PL-3189. SPECIFIC MUSCLE STABILIZING AS HOME 15:00 RR-PL-2125. SHORT AND LONG TERM EFFECTS OF TWO
EXERCISES FOR PERSISTENT PELVIC GIRDLE PAIN AFTER DRIVING RETRAINING PROGRAMMES AFTER STROKE: A
PREGNANCY: A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED CLINICAL RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Hannes Devos,
TRIAL. Annelie Gutke, Sweden Belgium
11:30 RR-PL-3835. A MULTIDISCIPLINE SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE, Oncology & palliative care
ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS REGARDING THE TREATMENT
13:45-15:15, RAI: E106-107
AND PREVENTION OF THE FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD.
Chair: Maria Nijhuis-Van der Sanden (Netherlands)
Kathleen Pantano, United States of America
11:45 RR-PL-2471. THE POSTURAL RESPONSE IN THE PELVIC 13:45 RR-PL-3037. UPPER EXTREMITY EXERCISE AND REPEATED
FLOOR MUSCLES IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT IN THE UPPER LIMB OF
PERSISTENT POSTPARTUM PELVIC GIRDLE PAIN. Jenny HEALTHY WOMEN AND SURVIVORS OF BREAST CANCER.
Sjdahl, Sweden Lucinda Pfalzer, United States of America
12:00 RR-PL-3916. THE PREVALENCE OF URINARY 14:00 SI-PL-735. EVIDENCE BASED STATEMENT PHYSIOTHERAPY
INCONTINENCE IN WOMEN IN OMAN. Kauthar Al Busaidi, AND BREAST CANCER. Carien Beurskens, Netherlands
Australia 14:15 RR-PL-1999. IS MANUAL LYMPH DRAINAGE APPLIED
AFTER AXILLARY LYMPH NODE DISSECTION FOR BREAST
CANCER EFFECTIVE TO PREVENT ARM LYMPHOEDEMA?.
Nele Devoogdt, Belgium
Wednesday 13:45 14:30 RR-PL-2321. DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIMODAL
PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAMME FOR PATIENTS WITH
Continuing professional development NASOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA FOLLOWING
IRRADIATION. Edwin Lee, Hong Kong
13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium D203-204
Chair: Darren Rivett (Australia) 14:45 RR-PL-2631. FACTORS INFLUENCING EXERCISE CAPACITY
IN PEOPLE WITH THORACIC CANCER. Matthew Maddocks,
13:45 RR-PL-952. CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR ADVANCED United Kingdom
MANUAL AND MANIPULATIVE PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN
CANADA: A SURVEY OF CURRENT USE AND FUTURE 15:00 RR-PL-3199. ACTIVITY PATTERNS AND FATIGUE LEVELS OF
NEEDS. Joyce Chau, Canada BREAST AND COLON CANCER PATIENTS 6 WEEKS AND 6
MONTHS AFTER FINISHING CHEMOTHERAPY. Julie Walsh,
14:00 RR-PL-2015. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE Ireland
PRESCRIPTION: AN EVALUATION OF EXISTING PRACTICE
AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONTEMPORARY ENTRY- Respiratory/pulmonary 1
LEVEL PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. Grainne O'Donoghue, 13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium 1
Ireland Chair: Jennifer Alison (Australia)
14:15 RR-PL-2016. CLINICAL PREDICTION MODELS IN PHYSICAL
THERAPY; A FEASIBILITY STUDY. Lieke van Oort, 13:45 RR-PL-1217. PRESCRIBING CYCLE EXERCISE INTENSITY
Netherlands FROM THE SIX-MINUTE WALK TEST IN PEOPLE WITH
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. Jennifer
14:30 RR-PL-2103. ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES TO CLASSROOM Alison, Australia
BASED MANUAL HANDLING UPDATE TRAINING;
ACHIEVING A CONSENSUS USING THE DELPHI METHOD. 14:00 RR-PL-2092. CONTRACTILE MUSCLE FATIGUE IS
Heather Gray, United Kingdom ASSOCIATED WITH EFFECTIVENESS OF PULMONARY
REHABILITATION IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY
14:45 RR-PL-2788. ECHOWS: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION DISEASE. Chris Burtin, Belgium
OF A PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT
FOR COMPETENCE IN PATIENT HISTORY TAKING. Jill 14:15 RR-PL-3212. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TOP UP - DOES IT AFFECT
Boissonnault, United States of America EXERCISE TOLERANCE FOR PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC
OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD)?. Rachel
15:00 RR-PL-3344. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL Garrod, United Kingdom
DEVELOPMENT? STUDENTS SELF-REFLECTIONS DURING
AN ONLINE COURSE. Catharina Sjdahl Hammarlund,
Sweden

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14:30 RR-PL-2510. A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF HIV/AIDs


MANUAL AND VENTILATOR HYPERINFLATION ON PEAK
16:00-16:45, RAI: E104-105
EXPIRATORY FLOW, WITH AND WITHOUT CHEST WALL
Chair: Patty Solomon (Canada)
VIBRATIONS. Maria Scanlan, Ireland
14:45 WITHDRAWN 16:00 RR-PL-2753. PREVALENCE OF PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY
AND ASSOCIATED FUNCTIONAL LIMITATIONS OF LOWER
15:00 SI-PL-1990. DEVELOPMENT AND USAGE OF THE WEB- EXTREMITY, AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV ON
BASED PULMONARY REHABILITATION TOOLKIT. Jennifer ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY. David Tumusiime, Rwanda
Alison, Australia
16:15 RR-PL-1591. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFANT GROSS
Womens health 2 MOTOR SCREENING TEST TO EVALUATE INFANTS WHO
Platforms - Wednesday

13:45-15:15, RAI: Elicium D201-202 ARE HIV POSITIVE. Nicole Hilburn, South Africa
Chair: Marijke Slieker-ten-Hove (Netherlands) 16:30 RR-PL-938. PAEDIATRIC HIV- LOOKING BEYOND CD4
COUNTS. Joanne Potterton, South Africa
13:45 RR-PL-2570. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING REDUCES
BLADDER NECK MOBILITY DURING COUGHING IN WOMEN Lifestyle diseases
WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE. Linda McLean,
16:00-17:30, RAI: Auditorium
Canada
Chair: Sylvia Kambalametore (Malawi)
14:00 RR-PL-2984. PREDICTORS FOR POOR RECOVERY IN
WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE 16:00 RR-PL-1131. TRACKING CHANGES IN METABOLIC
FOLLOWING PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION: INTERNAL FUNCTION WITH CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION. Grace
AND EXTERNAL VALIDATION. Erik Hendriks, Netherlands O'Malley, Ireland
14:15 RR-PL-2736. A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL TESTING 16:15 RR-PL-335. EFFICACY OF IMPAIRMENT-BASED MANUAL
THE FEASIBILITY OF A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTION PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTION FOR PAINFUL STIFF
IN MANAGING FATIGUE WITH GYNAECOLOGICAL CANCER SHOULDER IN TYPE-II DIABETES MELLITUS SUBJECTS- A
SURVIVORS. Caroline Donnelly, United Kingdom RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL. Senthil Kumar, India
14:30 RR-PL-1741. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE MORPHOLOGY AND 16:30 RR-PL-3524. GRADED AEROBIC EXERCISE INTERVENTION
FUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT PROVOKED IMPROVES VO2MAX IN EARLY ONSET TYPE 2 DIABETES.
VESTIBULODYNIA EVALUATED USING 3D/4D Declan O'Hanlon, Ireland
TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING. Stphanie 16:45 RR-PL-3385. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TOTAL PHYSICAL
Thibault-Gagnon, Canada ACTIVITY AND CARDIO-METABOLIC RISK FACTORS IN
14:45 RR-PL-990. HEART RATE VARIABILITY OF WOMEN WITH FEMALE AND MALE WITH DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS: THE
OVERACTIVE BLADDER. Inbal Ben-Dror, Israel FIN-D2D SURVEY. Katariina Korniloff, Finland
15:00 RR-PL-2588. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING INCREASES 17:00 RR-PL-2531. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF
EXTERNAL URETHRAL SPHINCTER CROSS SECTIONAL AREA CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN PRIMARY CARE. Emer
IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE. Linda Barrett, Ireland
McLean, Canada 17:15 RR-PL-1193. DEVELOPMENT AND CONTENT VALIDATION
OF NIGERIA CVD RISK FACTORS QUESTIONNAIRES FOR
ADOLESCENTS. Nse Odunaiya, Nigeria

Wednesday 16:00 Methods of teaching & learning 2


16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium D203-204
Chair: Shih-Fen Hsiao (Taiwan)
Cardiothoracics 1
16:00-17:30, RAI: Forum 16:00 SI-PL-1619. FACILITATING REFLECTIVE PRACTICE USING
Chair: Sumio Yamada (Japan) JOURNAL WRITING IN FIRST YEAR PHYSIOTHERAPY
STUDENTS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. Maria Constantinou,
16:00 RR-PL-462. 7-DAY PHYSIOTHERAPY PATHWAY REDUCES Australia
HOSPITALISATION FOLLOWING CORONARY ARTERY
BYPASS GRAFT (CABG) WHEN COMPARED TO 5-DAY 16:15 WITHDRAWN
PATHWAY-A SERVICE EVALUATION STUDY. Brighton 16:30 RR-PL-2185. EXAMINING THE ACCEPTABILITY, FEASIBILITY,
Paradza, United Kingdom AND EDUCATIONAL IMPACT OF A TOOL TO SELF-ASSESS
16:15 RR-PL-1637. DEVELOPMENT OF QUALITY INDICATORS PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOURS AMONG PHYSICAL THERAPY
FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING STUDENTS. Patricia Miller, Canada
ABDOMINAL AND THORACIC SURGERY. Linda van 16:45 SI-PL-2728. STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF PEER
Heusden-Scholtalbers, Netherlands ASSESSMENT AND THE TRANSITION FROM STUDENT TO
16:30 RR-PL-2154. PHASE SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL. Amanda Clifford, Ireland
CARDIAC AND LOCOMOTOR RHYTHMS AFFECTS 17:00 RR-PL-3697. SUCCESS FACTORS IN MENTORING
PERFUSION TO LOWER MUSCLES DURING WALKING. UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS TO BE
Shinta Takeuchi, Japan REFLECTIVE: A FOCUS GROUP STUDY. Silvia Zuckerman,
16:45 RR-PL-3157. STERNAL PRECAUTIONS POST MEDIAN Switzerland
STERNOTOMY THE EFFECT OF CHANGE OF PRACTICE ON 17:15 RR-PL-1219. CAN SIMULATED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
PATIENT OUTCOMES. Jennifer Mackney, Australia SUCCESSFULLY AUGMENT TRADITIONAL CLINICAL
17:00 RR-PL-3355. EFFECTS OF INSPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING IMMERSION IN THE EDUCATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
COMPARED WITH ACTIVE CYCLE OF BREATHING STUDENTS? - A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Gwen
TECHNIQUES AND USUAL CARE IN CORONARY ARTERY Jull, Australia
BYPASS SURGERY. Melda Saglam, Turkey
17:15 RR-PL-3180. CURRENT PHYSIOTHERAPY MANAGEMENT
OF POST-OPERATIVE MEDIAN STERNOTOMY PATIENTS A
NATIONAL WEB-BASED QUESTIONNAIRE. Lara Tuyl,
Australia

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Platform presentations - Wednesday 22 June 2011

Pain management Womens and mens health


16:00-16:45, RAI: Elicium 2 16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium D201-202
Chair: Matthijs Rumke (Netherlands) Chair: Jill Boissonnault (United States of America)
16:00 RR-PL-3210. TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT 16:00 RR-PL-3870. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISE
STIMULATION FOR THE REDUCTION OF CLINICAL AND PROTOCOLS FOR POST-PROSTATECTOMY URINARY
EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED PAIN: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW INCONTINENCE: A SURVEY OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
AND META-ANALYSIS. Kerstin Luedtke, Germany CURRENT PRACTICE IN CANADA. Anna Hughton, Ghana
16:15 RR-PL-1540. PAIN RELIEF BY APPLYING 16:15 SI-PL-1709. FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION AND PHYSICAL
TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION THERAPY: A SURVEY REPORT. Ruth Broom, New Zealand

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(TENS) DURING UNSEDATED COLONOSCOPY: A
16:30 RR-PL-2159. CATASTROPHIZING, FEAR-AVOIDANCE,
RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED
PHYSICAL ABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG WOMEN
TRIAL. Juan Jos Amer-Cuenca, Spain
WITH AND WITHOUT LUMBOPELVIC PAIN IN LATE
16:30 RR-PL-1461. TELL ME YOUR TROUBLES: A DETAILED PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM. Christina Olsson, Sweden
OBSERVATION OF PATIENT-PHYSIOTHERAPIST
16:45 RR-PL-1844. CAN INSTRUCTION OF THE PAULA METHOD
INTERACTION DURING INITIAL ENCOUNTERS FOR LOW
MAKE THE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES CO-CONTRACT? A 4D
BACK PAIN PROBLEM. Emmanuelle Opsommer, Switzerland
ULTRASOUND STUDY. Kari Bo, Norway
Respiratory/pulmonary 2 17:00 RR-PL-982. SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY OF THE
16:00-17:30, RAI: E106-107 PELVIC FLOOR MUSCULATURE: RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY
Chair: Sonia Souto (Spain) OF A NOVEL ELECTRODE DESIGN. Nadia Keshwani, Canada
17:15 RR-PL-1631. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FUNCTION IS
16:00 RR-PL-752. AIRFLOW DISTRIBUTION WITH MANUAL
ASSOCIATED WITH PELVIC FLOOR MORPHOLOGY AND
HYPERINFLATION AS ASSESSED THROUGH GAMMA
POSITION OF THE BLADDER: A 3D/4D ULTRASOUND
CAMERA IMAGING. Heleen Van Aswegen, South Africa
STUDY. Kari Bo, Norway
16:15 RR-PL-2422. THE EFFECT OF AN INTENSIVE PREOPERATIVE
RESPIRATORY REHABILITATION PROGRAM TO PREVENT
POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS IN
PATIENTS WITH ESOPHAGEAL CANCER. Rei Ono, Japan
Wednesday 16:45
16:30 RR-PL-1651. DO CONVENTIONAL VENTILATOR SETTINGS
FOR MECHANICALLY VENTILATED ADULTS EMBED MUCUS
OR PROMOTE CLEARANCE?. George Ntoumenopoulos, International development
United Kingdom 16:45-17:30, RAI: E104-105
Chair: Patty Solomon (Canada)
16:45 RR-PL-3136. HYPERTONIC SALINE BEFORE VS DURING VS
AFTER PHYSIOTHERAPY TECHNIQUES FOR AIRWAY 16:45 RR-PL-3194. THE HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE OF
CLEARANCE IN PEOPLE WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS: A REFUGEES WITH DISABILITIES IN ZAMBIA. Julie Phillips,
RANDOMISED TRIAL. Mark Elkins, Australia South Africa
17:00 RR-PL-2875. HOW DOES HIGH FREQUENCY CHEST WALL 17:00 RR-PL-2658. PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS IN SWEDISH TOURISTS
OSCILLATION AFFECT RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS DURING ONE AND THREE YEARS AFTER THE 2004 TSUNAMI
MECHANICAL VENTILATION? A BENCH STUDY. Alison DISASTER. Riitta Keskinen-Rosenqvist, Sweden
Jones, United Kingdom
17:15 SI-PL-3933. SPINAL CORD INJURY IN POST-EARTHQUAKE
17:15 WITHDRAWN HAITI: PERSPECTIVES ON THE EMERGING ROLE OF
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS IN EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN
Self-referral/direct access RESPONSES. Michel Landry, Canada
16:00-17:30, RAI: Elicium 1
Chair: Margaret Grant (Australia) Mental health
16:45-17:30, RAI: Elicium 2
16:00 RR-PL-2037. DIRECT ACCESS AND PATIENT SELF REFERRAL Chair: Matthijs Rumke (Netherlands)
THE BEGINNINGS OF A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE IN
PHYSICAL THERAPY. Tracy Bury, United Kingdom 16:45 RR-PL-961. PHYSIOTHERAPY AND MENTAL HEALTH: THE
16:15 SI-PL-3633. PREPARING PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS OF UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY
FOR FIRST CONTACT HEALTH PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. STUDENTS FROM 3 UNIVERSITIES IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH
Patrick Cross, United States of America AFRICA. Soraya Maart, South Africa

16:30 RR-PL-390. DECISION MAKING ABILITY OF GERMAN 17:00 RR-PL-2038. EFFECTS OF SPECIALIZED PSYCHOSOMATIC
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS: ARE WE READY FOR THE DIRECT PHYSICAL THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH STRESS RELATED
ACCESS?. Claus Beyerlein, Germany HEALTH PROBLEMS: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW.
D M van Berkel, Netherlands
16:45 RR-PL-2088. FOUR YEARS OF SELF-REFERRAL TO
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN THE NETHERLANDS. Ilse Swinkels, 17:15 RR-PL-493. HOW DO PERSONS WITH PSYCHOSIS PERCEIVE
Netherlands AND EXPERIENCE THEIR BODY, AND WHAT ATTITUDES DO
THEY HAVE TO OWN BODY?. Anne Kristin Wanvik, Norway
17:00 RR-PL-3451. DIRECT ACCESS AND PATIENT SELF REFERRAL
IN PHYSICAL THERAPY TOWARDS A MAP OF EUROPE.
Emma Stokes, Ireland
17:15 RR-PL-3716. CLINICAL FACTORS LEADING TO PHYSICAL
THERAPISTS REFERRING PATIENTS TO PHYSICIANS: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW PAPER. William Boissonnault, United
States of America

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Poster discussion sessions - Wednesday 22 June 2011

RR-PDS-2577. CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND CLINIMETRIC


Wednesday 08:30 TESTING OF THE BRAZILIAN VERSION OF THE MEDRISK INSTRUMENT
FOR MEASURING PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH PHYSIOTHERAPY
Inter-professional education CARE. Luciola Da Cunha Menezes Costa, Brazil
08:30-10:00, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz) RR-PDS-213. FACTOR STRUCTURE WITH A KOREAN-LANGUAGE
Chair: Liz Harrison (Canada) VERSION OF THE PATIENT SATISFACTION WITH PHYSICAL THERAPY
INSTRUMENT. Haejung Lee, Korea
SI-PDS-2975. A HEALTH PROFESSIONS COLLABORATIVE FOR
INTERPROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONALISM. Jody Frost, United States of SI-PDS-3762. PHYSICAL THERAPY AND GEOGRAPHY: A UNIQUE
America INTERPROFESSIONAL MARRIAGE? THE CASE OF A RURAL AND
REMOTE MEMORY CLINIC. Vanina DalBello-Haas, Canada
Poster discussion sessions - Wednesday

RR-PDS-2810. DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERPROFESSIONAL


EDUCATIONAL MODULE ON INFECTION CONTROL USING HIGH-
FIDELITY PATIENT SIMULATION. Diana Hopkins-Rosseel, Canada
SI-PDS-2760. SEEING THINGS DIFFERENTLY: PHYSIOTHERAPY
STUDENTS EXPERIENCES OF AN ONLINE INTERPROFESSIONAL
Wednesday 16:00
LEARNING PROGRAMME. Lynn Clouder, United Kingdom
Paediatrics: neurology
RR-PDS-2684. THE EXPERIENCES OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS LEARNING
16:00-17:30, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
INTER-PROFESSIONALLY ON A SPECIALIST RHEUMATOLOGY
Chair: Suh-Feng Jeng (Taiwan)
PROGRAMME. Sarah-Jane Ryan, United Kingdom
SI-PDS-2203. PATIENT SAFETY: WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR RR-PDS-601. CHANGES IN LOCOMOTORY FUNCTIONING AFTER
PHYSIOTHERAPY?. Judy King, Canada REPETITIVE LOCOMOTOR TRAINING IN PATIENTS AFFECTED BY
CEREBRAL PALSY. Daniele Munari, Italy
RR-PDS-1779. EVALUATION OF HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS
ASSESSING BREATHING PATTERNS BY USING A HUMAN PATIENT RR-PDS-895. FOCUS ON FUNCTION: A CLINICAL TRIAL OF TWO
SIMULATOR MANNEQUIN. Yoshihiro Uzawa, Japan INTERVENTION APPROACHES FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY.
Johanna Darrah, Canada
SI-PDS-1213. ADAPTATION OF A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAM
APPROACH TO EDUCATING CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND
Wednesday 10:45 THEIR FAMILIES IN TANZANIA. Isabel Lane, United Kingdom
RR-PDS-2925. EFFECT OF CONCURRENT COGNITIVE TASKS ON GAIT
Pain management FEATURES AMONG CHILDREN WITH BRAIN DAMAGE AND TYPICALLY
DEVELOPED CONTROLS. Hemda Rotem, Israel
10:45-12:15, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
Chair: David Baxter (New Zealand) RR-PDS-2932. USE DEPENDENT NEUOROPLASTICITY IN A
RANDOMISED TRIAL OF CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT
RR-PDS-3364. PAIN MECHANISMS AFTER FALANGA TORTURE. Karen THERAPY VERSUS BIMANUAL TRAINING FOR CHILDREN WITH
Prip, Denmark CONGENITAL HEMIPLEGIA. Roslyn Boyd, Australia
RR-PDS-3918. EFFECTIVENESS OF GRADED COMMUNITY EXERCISE RR-PDS-3003. PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE TRAINING FOR YOUNG
PROGRAMMES IN DECREASING PAIN INTERFERENCE FOR CHRONIC PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS. Nicholas
PAIN PATIENTS. Paul Michel, United Kingdom Taylor, Australia
RR-PDS-2943. THE IMPACT OF A COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY
PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ON SLEEP AND COGNITIVE
FUNCTION: A PILOT STUDY. Grainne Kelly, Ireland
RR-PDS-1001. OVERLAP OF COGNITIVE CONCEPTS IN CHRONIC
WIDESPREAD PAIN: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY. Aleid de Rooij,
Netherlands
RR-PDS-2515. PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC PAIN IN ICELAND 2007
AND THE IMPACT ON DAILY ACTIVITIES. Sigrn Vala Bjrnsdttir,
Iceland
RR-PDS-2600. NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION TECHNIQUES
FOR CHRONIC PAIN. A COCHRANE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-
ANALYSIS. Neil E O'Connell, United Kingdom

Wednesday 13:45
Quality & health services management
13:45-15:15, RAI: G102-103 (Topaz)
Chair: Joan Edelstein (United States of America)
RR-PDS-1073. INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION: A STRATEGY
FOR HIGH QUALITY CARE THROUGH ENHANCED HEALTH HUMAN
RESOURCES. Liz Harrison, Canada
SI-PDS-2571. A PILOT PROJECT TO DEVELOP PHYSICAL
REHABILITATION SERVICES IN EASTERN ETHIOPIA: OPPORTUNITIES
AND CHALLENGES FOR HEALTH SYSTEM STRENGTHENING. Chiara
Retis, France
RR-PDS-3200. WHAT FACTORS DETERMINE PATIENT SATISFACTION
WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPY CARE IN AUSTRALIA?.
Julia Hush, Australia

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SI-PO-202-19-Wed. CLAUDICATIONNET, A NATIONWIDE INITIATIVE


Wednesday 12:00-13:00 FOR COMMUNITY BASED, SUPERVISED EXERCISE THERAPY IN
INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Rob A. de Bie, Netherlands
CARDIOTHORACICS 3 RR-PO-202-17-Wed. DOES PAIN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION CHANGE
RR-PO-201-7-Wed. A HIGHER RATE OF DEEP BREATHING EXERCISES ILLNESS PERCEPTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA? A
WITH POSITIVE EXPIRATORY PRESSURE AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL WITH SIX MONTHS FOLLOW UP.
IMPROVES OXYGENATION. Charlotte Urell, Sweden Miriam van Ittersum, Netherlands
RR-PO-201-17-Wed. BREATHING EXERCISES FOR CARDIAC SURGERY RR-PO-202-15-Wed. PREDICTORS OF WALKING DISTANCE AFTER
PATIENTS - A NATIONAL SURVEY OF CLINICAL PRACTICE IN SWEDEN. SUPERVISED EXERCISE THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH INTERMITTENT
Elisabeth Westerdahl, Sweden CLAUDICATION. Verona Gerardu, Netherlands

Poster displays - Wednesday


RR-PO-201-13-Wed. EFFECT OF BODY WEIGHT ON AEROBIC SI-PO-202-13-Wed. PATIENT SELF-MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC
CAPACITY IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH SUBACUTE ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE IN PRIMARY CARE: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ALLIED HEALTH
DISEASE. Sawako Yamamoto, Japan PROFESSIONAL. Victorine de Graaf-Peters, Netherlands
RR-PO-201-11-Wed. LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLE WEAKNESS AFTER RR-PO-202-11-Wed. MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL
CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERY IS RELATED TO THE COMBINED EFFECT OF SUPERVISED EXERCISE THERAPY WITH OR WITHOUT FEEDBACK
AMONG PROMOTING FACTORS OF MUSCLE PROTEIN CATABOLISM. VERSUS WALKING ADVICE FOR INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Gert-
Sato Nitobe, Japan Jan Lauret, Netherlands
RR-PO-201-15-Wed. PROGNOSTIC VALUE OF VE/VCO2 SLOPE AND RR-PO-202-9-Wed. WE GOT THE WHOLE STORY ALL AT ONCE:
INTERLEUKIN-6 IN CHRONIC HEART FAILURE INDIVIDUALS. Giane PHYSIOTHERAPISTS USE OF KEY QUESTIONS WHEN MEETING
Amorim Ribeiro-Samora, Brazil PATIENTS WITH LONG-STANDING PAIN. Maria Afrell, Sweden
RR-PO-201-5-Wed. SKELETAL MUSCLE WEAKNESS AND SYSTEMIC
INFLAMMATION IN OBESE PATIENTS WITH OR WITHOUT DIABETES
COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES 3
UNDERGOING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING. Yuki Iida, SI-PO-203-1-Wed. RESTORATIVE YOGA FOR REHABILITATION. Bill
Japan Gallagher, United States of America

RR-PO-201-3-Wed. FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY OF HEART FAILURE RR-PO-203-3-Wed. QUANTIFYING NEEDLE PLACEMENT FOR A
PATIENTS EVALUATED BY CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TEST AND SPECIFIC ACUPUNCTURE POINT WITH RESPECT TO DE QI. Karen
NYHA CLASS. Raquel Britto, Brazil Keith, New Zealand

SI-PO-201-19-Wed. GETTING PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE TO RR-PO-203-5-Wed. EFFECTS OF YOGA BREATHING AND MEDITATION
CARDIAC REHABILITATION: CAN ERROR MANAGEMENT MODELS ON THE CARDIOPULMONARY RESPONSE TO SYMPATHETIC
HELP IMPROVE REFERRAL RATES?. Amanda Buttery, United Kingdom STIMULATION IN COLLEGE-AGED STUDENTS: A PILOT STUDY. Pradip
Ghosh, United States of America
RR-PO-201-21-Wed. EFFECTS OF MEDIUM FREQUENCY
GANGLIONAR TRANSCUTANEOUS STIMULATION ON AUTONOMIC RR-PO-203-7-Wed. EXPERIENCES OF ACUPUNCTURE DURING AND
AND BAROREFLEX RESPONSES DURING EXERCISE IN HEALTHY AFTER TREATMENT FOR MIGRAINE. Stina Rutberg, Sweden
SUBJECTS. Gerson Cipriano Jr., Brazil
CRITICAL CARE 3
RR-PO-201-1-Wed. DOES AMOUNT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RELATE RR-PO-301-8-Wed. EFFECT OF EARLY CARDIOVASCULAR
TO FUNCTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RECOVERY AFTER CARDIAC PHYSIOTHERAPY ON RESPIRATORY SINUS ARRHYTHMIA IN PATIENTS
SURGERY?. Tetsuya Takahashi, Japan WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION. Victor Ribeiro Neves, Brazil
CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT 3 RR-PO-301-4-Wed. CLINICAL REASONING AND PRACTICE PATTERNS
RR-PO-202-5-Wed. SYMPTOM FLUCTUATIONS AND DAILY PHYSICAL OF CANADIAN PHYSIOTHERAPISTS MOBILIZING PATIENTS WITH
ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME: A CASE EXTERNAL VENTRICULAR DRAINS. Catharine Duncan, Canada
CONTROL STUDY. Mira Meeus, Belgium RR-PO-301-10-Wed. PROCESSES AND FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE
RR-PO-201-27-Wed. A NEW MEASUREMENT METHOD FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTSCLINICAL DECISION-MAKING WITHIN
WINDLASS CHANGE IN LENGTH AND SELECTED TREATMENT EMERGENCY CARE. Ulrika Holdar, Sweden
PROTOCOL IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC PLANTAR FASCIITIS. Sahar RR-PO-301-12-Wed. PROFILE AND SEVERITY OF ADULTS WITH
Abdalbary, Egypt CHICKENPOX UNDER PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSISTANCE AT AN
RR-PO-202-1-Wed. FUNCTIONING AND HEALTH RELATED QUALITY INTENSIVE CARE UNIT. Riany de Sousa Sena, Canada
OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WHO ATTEND PHYSIOTHERAPIST SUPERVISED RR-PO-301-6-Wed. INTEROBSERVER AGREEMENT OF HANDHELD
PHYSICAL EXERCISE AFTER RENAL TRANSPLANTATION. Annika DYNAMOMETRY IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS. Johan Segers, Belgium
Luthman, Sweden
RR-PO-202-3-Wed. TIRED OF BEING INACTIVE: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT 3
PHYSIOLOGICAL EXERCISE CAPACITY, AND MUSCLE STRENGTH IN RR-PO-203-13-Wed. ACTIVITY ANALYSIS OF THERAPISTS. A
PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME. Jo Nijs, Belgium COMPARISON OF THE VIEWS OF CLINICIANS AND THEIR MANAGERS,
AND RESULTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. Gill Brook, United Kingdom
RR-PO-202-23-Wed. THE INFLUENCES OF EXERCISE AND INSULIN
INTERVENTION ON ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASCULAR HIV/AIDS 3
FUNCTION IN DIABETES. Yi-Ning Fan, Taiwan SI-PO-203-21-Wed. OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS TO
RR-PO-201-25-Wed. GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN THE ADVANCE PRACTICE, POLICY AND RESEARCH WITH PEOPLE WITH
CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AND PHYSIOLOGICAL AND DISABILITIES WHO ARE HIV-POSITIVE. Stephanie Nixon, Canada
PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES IN JAPANESE PATIENTS BEFORE RR-PO-203-19-Wed. ASSESSING THE SENSIBILITY OF A NEW HIV
HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL TRANSPLANTATION. Shinichiro DISABILITY QUESTIONNAIRE. Kelly O'Brien, Canada
Morishita, Japan
RR-PO-203-17-Wed. ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME
RR-PO-202-7-Wed. THE EPIDERMAL THICKNESS AND AND PERCEIVED HUMAN IMMUNE VIRUS INFECTION IN NIGERIAN
BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PLANTAR TISSUES IN DIABETIC GERONTOLOGICAL SEXOLOGY. King Odor, Nigeria
FOOT. Clare Chao, Hong Kong
RR-PO-202-25-Wed. REHABILITATION OF A PATIENT WITH POST
POLIO SYNDROME AFTER A SEVERE EPISODE OF SEPSIS AND ICU
ACQUIRED WEAKNESS: CASE REPORT. Mariana Gazzotti, Brazil

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INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 3 RR-PO-205-11-Wed. EFFECTS OF COUPLED UPPER LIMBS


RR-PO-204-3-Wed. INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION LEADS TO MOVEMENTS ON POSTURAL STABILIZATION. Andrea Tettamanti,
CHANGES IN ATTITUDES TOWARD COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE AND Italy
IMPROVED SKILLS. Robert Wellmon, United States of America RR-PO-205-13-Wed. ACTION OBSERVATION VERSUS MOTOR
RR-PO-204-5-Wed. INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IMAGERY IN LEARNING A COMPLEX MOTOR TASK. Roberto Gatti, Italy
ENHANCING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR FIRST YEAR STUDENTS. RR-PO-204-21-Wed. THE EFFECT OF AGING ON THE
Claire Hamshire, United Kingdom BIOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PLANTAR SOFT TISSUES. Gladys
SI-PO-204-11-Wed. BUILDING INTERPROFESSIONAL BRIDGES WHILE Cheing, Hong Kong
EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH. Moni Fricke, Canada RR-PO-205-17-Wed. THE ROLE OF LUMBAR LORDSIS IN THE TRUNK
Poster displays - Wednesday

SI-PO-204-9-Wed. COPD, A GLOBAL CALL FOR INTEGRATED HEALTH MOVEMENT OF HEMIPLEGIC GAIT. Arinori Kamono, Japan
PROVISION PUT IN AN INTERNATIONAL INTER-PROFESSIONAL RR-PO-205-23-Wed. INTRA AND INTER-EXAMINER RELIABILITY IN
COURSE. Paul Beenen, Portugal THE RANGE OF MOTION MEASUREMENT OF HIP WITH THE MANUAL
RR-PO-204-7-Wed. EVALUATION OF A CASE BASED GONIOMETER AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY. Amelia Pasqual Marques,
INTERPROFESSIONAL MODEL OF EDUCATION: PERSPECTIVES OF Brazil
STUDENTS, THERAPISTS AND PLACEMENT FACILITATORS. Marie RR-PO-205-25-Wed. THE EFFECT OF POSTERIOR CRUCIATE
O'Donnell, Ireland LIGAMENT DEFICIENCY ON KNEE KINEMATICS USING POINT CLUSTER
GAIT ANALYSIS. Naoya Orita, Japan
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 3
RR-PO-205-27-Wed. CAN DOWN SYNDROME INDIVIDUALS IMPROVE
SI-PO-203-25-Wed. THE CHALLENGE OF PHYSICAL REHABILITATION
YOUR MOTOR SKILLS REGARDING UPPER-ARM MOVEMENTS
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DURING HAITI RESPONSE.
CONTROL FOLLOWING THE PRACTICE?. Nadia Marconi, Brazil
Chiara Retis, France
RR-PO-206-1-Wed. MOTOR CONTROL AND BIOMECHANICAL
RR-PO-203-27-Wed. BEST PRACTICE OF MICROCREDITS SCHEME FOR
ANALYSIS OF HIP MOVEMENT PERFORMED ON REFORMER DEVICE
PHYSICALLY DISABLED PERSONS IN HERAT, AFGHANISTAN. Jean
AGAINST SPRING LOADS ACCORDING TO PILATES METHOD. Gil
Fiasse, Belgium
Lcio Almeida, Brazil
SI-PO-204-1-Wed. DEVELOPMENT OF A REHABILITATION
RR-PO-206-3-Wed. PATELLAR KINEMATIC DURING CLOSED KINETIC
PROGRAMME AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE IN HAITI: OPPORTUNITIES
CHAIN EXERCISE IN ANTERIOR KNEE PAIN SUBJECT. Lilian Felicio,
AND CHALLENGES FROM EMERGENCY TO POST-ACUTE CARE. Anne
Brazil
Bourgeois Hadir, Switzerland
RR-PO-205-15-Wed. DIFFERENT FUNCTIONAL SURFACES ALTER
KINESIOLOGY/MOVEMENT ANALYSIS 3 KNEE MUSCLE ACTIVATION LEVELS DURING BIPEDAL STANDING IN
RR-PO-204-17-Wed. IN VITRO 3D ANALYSIS OF UPPER-CERVICAL HEALTHY SUBJECTS METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS FOR SENSORY-
SPINE KINEMATICS DURING ROTATIONAL HIGH VELOCITY THRUST MOTOR PROGRAMS. Eduard Kurz, Germany
MANIPULATION. Silvia Eleonora Gianola, Italy
LIFESTYLE DISEASES 3
RR-PO-205-21-Wed. A STUDY TO INVESTIGATE THE RELIABILITY OF
RR-PO-206-5-Wed. PHYSIOTHERAPY MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS
COMPUTERISED ANALYSIS OF HUMAN GAIT USING VICON MOTION
WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: A REPORT ON CURRENT
ANALYSIS SYSTEM. Dara Meldrum, Ireland
PRACTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA. Ronel Roos, South Africa
RR-PO-204-13-Wed. STRATEGIES AND PERFORMANCE IN A PARTIAL
RR-PO-206-15-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
WEIGHT BEARING TASK FOR PATIENTS AFTER ORTHOPEDIC
LEVELS, ANTHROPOMETRIC VARIABLES, CARDIOPULMONARY
SURGERY. Hiroaki Tani, Japan
FUNCTIONS AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH TYPE 2
RR-PO-204-15-Wed. METHODOLOGY OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC DIABETES. Oluwaseyi Osho, Nigeria
ANALYSIS OF THE TRUNK MUSCLES DURING WALKING IN HEALTHY
RR-PO-206-13-Wed. DOES AGE INFLUENCE EXERCISE KNOWLEDGE
SUBJECTS: A LITERATURE REVIEW. Eva Swinnen, Belgium
OR SELF-EFFICACY IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH CORONARY
RR-PO-204-19-Wed. ASSESSMENT OF THE SLOW AND FAST HEART DISEASE?. Tanya LaPier, United States of America
COMPONENTS OF POSTURAL SWAY IN CHRONIC NECK PAIN. Ulrik
RR-PO-206-11-Wed. ACTIVITY LEVELS MEASURED DURING THE
Rijezon, Sweden
COURSE OF THE DAY IN STUDENTS USING THE SENSEWEAR PRO 3
RR-PO-204-23-Wed. ACTIVATION OF TRUNK MUSCLES DURING END- ARMBAND. Jente Jager, Netherlands
INSPIRATION OF ABDOMINAL BREATHING: COMPARISON IN FOUR
RR-PO-206-7-Wed. QUALITY OF LIFE IN PEOPLE WITH LOWER LIMB
DIFFERENT POSITIONS. Kyoung Kim, Korea
AMPUTATION IN THE JOHANNESBURG METROPOLITAN AREA,
RR-PO-204-25-Wed. BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS DURING GAIT SOUTH AFRICA. Lonwabo Lungile Godlwana, South Africa
INITIATION IN NORMAL ADULTS. Ryota Shimamura, Japan
RR-PO-206-9-Wed. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OBESITY AND
SI-PO-204-27-Wed. VIDEO BASED GAIT ANALYSIS; ESSENTIAL FOR FUNCTIONING OF PATIENTS WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS OF HIP OR KNEE.
MODERN PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE. Jaap Buurke, Netherlands Cindy Veenhof, Netherlands
RR-PO-205-1-Wed. THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE SWAY-
READER IN A NON-PATIENT POPULATION. Sarah Chamberlain, United
MENTAL HEALTH 3
Kingdom RR-PO-206-19-Wed. BODY AWARENESS RATING SCALE (BARS)
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND RELIABILITY. Liv Helvik Skjaerven,
RR-PO-205-3-Wed. THE ROLE OF THE SERRATUS POSTERIOR Norway
INFERIOR MUSCLE EVALUATED WITH SURFACE AND WIRE
ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND ULTRASONOGRAPHY. Naoki Nakamura, SI-PO-206-23-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF GROUP EXERCISE PROGRAM
Japan FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. Rakesh Kumar, United Kingdom

RR-PO-205-5-Wed. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF THE TRUNK RR-PO-206-17-Wed. STUDY OF THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF
FLEXOR AND EXTENSOR MUSCLES DURING PILATES METHOD THE APATHY SCALE FOR CARE RECIPIENTS IN HEALTHCARE
EXERCISES. Jefferson Cardoso, Brazil FACILITIES FOR THE ELDERLY. Hiroaki Morita, Japan

RR-PO-205-9-Wed. COMPARISON BETWEEN INFRASPINATUS RR-PO-206-21-Wed. CONCEPTUALIZING THE IMPACT OF BODY


MUSCLE ACTIVITY IN SAGITTAL PLANE AND IN SCAPULAR PLANE. AWARENESS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY. Amanda Lundvik Gyllensten,
Yoshihiro Kai, Japan Sweden

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METHODS OF TEACHING & LEARNING 3 SI-PO-302-6-Wed. ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAMME FOR FIRST
RR-PO-301-20-Wed. THE USE OF BLOGGING IN AN EVIDENCE BASED YEAR PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS ENHANCES INTERNATIONAL
PRACTICE POSTGRADUATE MODULE. Jose Frantz, South Africa COLLABORATION. Leena Piironen, Finland

SI-PO-303-6-Wed. MOVING PHYSICAL THERAPY FORWARD MUSCULOSKELETAL: General 3


THROUGH ONLINE, POST-QUALIFYING, CLINICAL DOCTORAL RR-PO-303-16-Wed. MEASURING CHEST EXPANSION; A STUDY
EDUCATION. Donna Fry, United States of America COMPARING TWO DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONS. Monika Fagevik Olsn,
SI-PO-302-16-Wed. APPLICATION OF TEAM-BASED LEARNING IN A Sweden
PHYSICAL THERAPY CURRICULUM. Jan Gwyer, United States of RR-PO-304-4-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE ECHO
America INTENSITY, MUSCLE THICKNESS, AND PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN

Poster displays - Wednesday


SI-PO-302-8-Wed. EXPANDING THE PHYSICAL THERAPY MIDDLE-AGED AND ELDERLY PERSONS. Yoshihiro Fukumoto, Japan
CLASSROOM THROUGH THE USE OF AN INTERNATIONAL WIKI. RR-PO-304-6-Wed. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN POSTURE AND BALANCE
Margaret Lonnemann, United States of America IN PATIENTS WITH VESTIBULAR DYSFUNCTION. Kjersti Wilhelmsen,
RR-PO-302-10-Wed. THE CURRENT-STATUS AND ISSUES RELATED TO Norway
PBL TUTORIALS IN JAPANESE PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION: A RR-PO-304-8-Wed. FUNCTIONAL AND PSYCOSOCIAL ASPECTS
QUESTIONNAIRE WITH JAPANESE PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATORS. ASSOCIATED TO TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS DIAGNOSIS.
Kasai Rie, Japan Anamaria Siriani de Oliveira, Brazil
SI-PO-302-12-Wed. WHAT LIES IN THE CUPBOARD? - RR-PO-304-10-Wed. CAN ELECTROMIOGRAPHY DIAGNOSE
PHYSIOTHERAPY SIMULATION-BASED EDUCATION (SBE) IN THE TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS?. Cristiane Pedroni, Brazil
UNITED KINGDOM. Suzanne Gough, United Kingdom
SI-PO-304-12-Wed. TITLE: THE IDENTIFICATION OF PATIENTS WITH
SI-PO-302-14-Wed. THE REFLECTIVE JOURNAL: A LEARNING TOOL CERVICOGENIC DIZZINESS. Susan Reid, Australia
FOR REFLECTIVE PRACTICE DURING THE PHYSIOTHERAPY
CURRICULUM. Madeleine Denis, Canada RR-PO-303-22-Wed. STRONG RELATION BETWEEN MAXIMUM
POWER DURING COUNTER-MOVEMENT JUMP AND AGE IN HEALTHY
RR-PO-302-2-Wed. AN EVALUATION OF STUDENTS PERCEPTIONS JAPANESE PEOPLE. Atsuhiro Tsubaki, Japan
OF A COLLEGE BASED PROGRAMME THAT INVOLVES PATIENTS,
CARERS AND SERVICE USERS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. Di RR-PO-303-18-Wed. HIGH PREVALENCE OF MCKENZIES POSTURAL
Thomson, United Kingdom SYNDROME IN YOUNG NON-CARE SEEKING POPULATION. Stephen
May, United Kingdom
SI-PO-302-4-Wed. DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING RESOURCES ON
MUSCLE ANATOMY USING MOBILE PERSONAL COMPUTING DEVICES. RR-PO-303-14-Wed. THE DIAGNOSTIC VALIDITY OF CLINICAL TESTS
Satoru Kojima, Japan IN TEMPOROMANDIBULAR INTERNAL DERANGEMENT: A
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS. Eve Chaput, Canada
SI-PO-303-8-Wed. STUDENTS ENJOY LEARNING FROM ACTORS: THE
USE OF STANDARDIZED PATIENTS IN TEACHING ABOUT APHASIA RR-PO-303-12-Wed. THE INFLUENCE OF UN- AND RELOADING ON
AND CONFUSION. Kathleen Norman, Canada DISUSE ATROPHY OF THE RAT SOLEUS MUSCLE DEPENDS ON THE
LONGITUDINAL SITE. Toshiaki Yamazaki, Japan
SI-PO-301-22-Wed. PEER-LEARNING IN AN INTERNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVE. Unni Vgstl, Norway RR-PO-304-2-Wed. IS WALKING ENOUGH FOR BOTH HEALTHY
BONES AND A HEALTHY HEART?. Gordon Waddington, Australia
SI-PO-303-4-Wed. HOW CAN WE SCAFFOLD LEARNER AUTONOMY
BY INNOVATIVE ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES?. Christina Gummesson, RR-PO-303-20-Wed. PREVENTIVE EFFECTS OF INTERMITTENT
Sweden WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION ON MUSCLE ATROPHY AND CAPILLARY
DENSITY REDUCTION IN UNLOADED RAT SKELETAL MUSCLE. Akinori
SI-PO-303-2-Wed. SPANNING BOUNDARIES IN AN ONLINE Kaneguchi, Japan
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE TO SUPPORT EVIDENCE BASED
PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE IN MANUAL THERAPY ACROSS SOCIAL MUSCULOSKELETAL: Spine 3
NETWORKS. Cathy Evans, Canada RR-PO-207-2-Wed. A SNAP SHOT DATA COLLECTION SURVEY ON
RR-PO-302-24-Wed. PEER COACHING AND PEER RESPONSIBILITY IN TREATMENT INTERVENTIONS USED FOR WHIPLASH INJURY BY
PHYSIOTHERAPY UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION: A PRELIMINARY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN PRIVATE PRACTICE. Eric Lewis, United
STUDY. Sarah Westwater-Wood, United Kingdom Kingdom
SI-PO-302-22-Wed. MANUAL THERAPEUTIC TEACHING IN RR-PO-207-28-Wed. THE TWITCH RESPONSE IN SPINAL MUSCLES
UNDERGRADUATE PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. Joost van Wijchen, WITH SPINAL MANIPULATION: IS IT CLINICALLY RELEVANT?.
Netherlands Christopher McCarthy, United Kingdom
RR-PO-302-20-Wed. ASSESSING REFLECTION IN PHYSIOTHERAPY RR-PO-206-28-Wed. A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INTO THE
STUDENTS WRITING USING THE ALE. Jimmy Burke, Ireland MAGNITUDE OF EFFECT OF TWO COMMONLY USED LUMBAR
TREATMENT TECHNIQUES ON SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
SI-PO-302-18-Wed. ESSAWIKI: USING WIKIS TO SUPPORT PROJECTS ACTIVITY. Jo Perry, United Kingdom
FOR KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION IN PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION.
Antnio Alves Lopes, Portugal RR-PO-207-4-Wed. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE EFFICACY OF
G.D.MAITLAND'S CONCEPT OF MOBILIZATION & MUSCLE ENERGY
SI-PO-303-10-Wed. INCORPORATION OF CORE VALUES AND TECHNIQUE IN TREATING SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION. Nitesh
MENTORING TO ENHANCE SERVICE LEARNING IN ENTRY-LEVEL AND Bansal, India
POST-GRADUATE PHYSICAL THERAPY CURRICULA. Maureen Pascal,
United States of America RR-PO-207-8-Wed. THE DISCRIMINATIVE VALIDITY OF NOCICEPTIVE
PAIN AS A MECHANISMS-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF PAIN IN
SI-PO-301-18-Wed. MEASUREMENT OF FACIAL MOVEMENTS WITH PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK ( LEG) PAIN. Keith Smart, Ireland
PHOTOSHOP SOFTWARE. Abbasali Pourmomeny, Iran
RR-PO-207-12-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF A GLOBAL POSTURE
RR-PO-301-16-Wed. PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (PBL) IN REEDUCATION PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN.
PROFESSIONAL ENTRY-LEVEL THERAPY EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF Paolo Pillastrini, Italy
CONTROLLED EVALUATION STUDIES. Grainne O'Donoghue, Ireland
RR-PO-207-14-Wed. A SURVEY OF CANADIAN ORTHOPAEDIC
SI-PO-301-14-Wed. THE PEDOMETER PROJECT: AN INTERNATIONAL MANUAL PHYSIOTHERAPISTS UTILIZATION OF AND BELIEFS ABOUT
STUDENT-TO-STUDENT PARTNERSHIP TO ENHANCE CROSS- SPINAL MANIPULATION AND SPINAL MOTION PALPATION. Bert
CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING WHILE PROMOTING HEALTH AND Chesworth, Canada
WELLNESS. Jennifer Audette, United States of America

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RR-PO-207-16-Wed. LOW BACK PAIN IN IRAN: A GROWING NEED TO RR-PO-304-24-Wed. EFFECT OF TEAR SIZE ON THE PAIN AND
ADAPT AND IMPLEMENT EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN FUNCTION OF THE SHOULDER JOINT IN PATIENTS WITH ROTATOR
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Seyed Javad Mousavi, Iran CUFF TEARS. Ryuji Okamoto, Japan
RR-PO-207-18-Wed. THE MCKENZIE METHOD COMPARED WITH RR-PO-304-22-Wed. RETRAINING UNCONTROLLED MOVEMENT OF
MANIPULATION IN LOW BACK PAIN PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH THE SCAPULA: A SINGLE CASE STUDY. Sarah Mottram, United
CENTRALIZATION OR PERIPHERALIZATION: A RANDOMIZED Kingdom
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Tom Petersen, Denmark
RR-PO-304-16-Wed. PAIN IN THE FIRST WEEK AFTER WRIST
RR-PO-207-20-Wed. MRI(T2) ANALYSIS OF ACTIVITIES OF DEEP FRACTURE PREDICTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEX REGIONAL
MUSCLES OF THE BODY TRUNK IN RELATION TO BALANCE EXERCISE PAIN SYNDROME. Lorimer Moseley, Australia
IN A SITTING POSITION. Osamu Nitta, Japan
Poster displays - Wednesday

RR-PO-304-18-Wed. IMPROVING UPPER LIMB REACHING USING


RR-PO-207-22-Wed. DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A NEW UNSUPERVISED MOVEMENT TRAINING IN PERSONS WITH SHOULDER
QUANTITATIVE CLINICAL POSTURE ASSESSMENT TOOL AMONG IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME. Jean-Sebastien Roy, Canada
PERSONS WITH IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS. Carole Fortin, Canada
RR-PO-305-10-Wed. PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS:
RR-PO-207-26-Wed. THE EFFECT OF POSITION ON THE A NOVEL EVIDENCE TRANSLATION TOOL BASED ON PUBLISHED
INTERVERTEBRAL DISC. Lyndsay Alexander, United Kingdom EVIDENCE AND EXPERT CLINICAL REASONING. Amr Salam, United
Kingdom
RR-PO-208-2-Wed. EFFECTS OF MULLIGAN MOBILISATION
TECHNIQUE SNAG APPLIED ON THE LUMBAR SPINE IN THE
SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY OF LOWER LIMBS. Maria
NEUROLOGY: Stroke 3
Moutzouri, Greece RR-PO-208-17-Wed. A USER-ENGAGEMENT DESIGN APPROACH FOR
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A TECHNOLOGY-ORIENTED SELF
RR-PO-207-6-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF LUMBAR STABILIZATION MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION FOR STROKE. Nasrin Nasr, United
EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING THE THICKNESSES OF THE TRUNK Kingdom
MUSCLES. Megumi Ota, Japan
RR-PO-210-11-Wed. CHRONIC HEMIPARETIC SUBJECTS INCREASE
RR-PO-207-24-Wed. EFFECTS OF PILATES ON PAIN, DISABILITY, MUSCLE COACTIVATION IN THE NONPARETIC ANKLE FOR STANDING
FUNCTION AND DEEP ABDOMINAL MUSCLE ACTIVITY AND THEIR BALANCE CONTROL. Fernanda Romaguera, Brazil
ASSOCIATION IN CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN. Tat Hei Luk, United
Kingdom RR-PO-209-7-Wed. IS VERY EARLY REHABILITATION AFTER STROKE
BENEFICIAL AND COST EFFECTIVE?: AVERT, AN INTERNATIONAL,
MUSCULOSKELETAL: Upper Limb 3 MULTI-CENTRE, ONGOING PHASE III RANDOMISED CONTROLLED
TRIAL. Sheila Lennon, United Kingdom
RR-PO-305-6-Wed. A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE EFFICACY
OF THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND AND SOFT TISSUE MASSAGE (DEEP RR-PO-209-5-Wed. TUG-HABS: A TOOL FOR ASSESSING THE
FRICTION MASSAGE) IN SUPRASPINATUS TENDINITIS. Kshitija Patki, BIOMECHANICAL ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES DURING THE TIMED UP
India AND GO TEST BY INDIVIDUALS WITH HEMIPLEGIA. Luci F Teixeira-
Salmela, Brazil
RR-PO-304-20-Wed. SHOULDER MUSCLE RECRUITMENT AS FLEXION
LOAD INCREASES. Karen Ginn, Australia RR-PO-209-3-Wed. EFFICACY OF MIRROR THERAPY IN ARM
REHABILITATION OF HEMIPARETIC STROKE SURVIVORS. Jonathan
RR-PO-306-2-Wed. MUSCLE ACTIVITY OF SHOULDER AND
Quartey, Ghana
SCAPULAR MUSCLES DURING SPECIFIC SHOULDER EXERCISES AND
SHOULDER FUNCTIONS IN IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME. Ipek Ikiz, RR-PO-208-27-Wed. FAMILY MEDIATED EXERCISE INTERVENTION
Turkey [FAME] AFTER STROKE: A QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF THIS NOVEL
FORM OF EXERCISE DELIVERY. Rose Galvin, Ireland
RR-PO-306-4-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF PLYOMETRIC VERSUS.
STRENGTH TRAINING EXERCISE PROGRAM ON SHOULDER RR-PO-210-9-Wed. A VERY EARLY REHABILITATION TRIAL (AVERT)
PROPRIOCEPTION. Filiz Can, Turkey FOR PATIENTS WITH STROKE: THE SINGAPORE EXPERIENCE. Eyvonne
Sim, Singapore
RR-PO-306-6-Wed. SUBJECTIVE AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC
FINDINGS DURING PROVOCATION TESTS FOR THE ULNAR NERVE IN RR-PO-208-23-Wed. SUFFERING FROM A STROKE AT A YOUNG AGE:
ASYMPTOMATIC INDIVIDUALS. John Jefferson, United States of WHAT IS THE IMPACT ON THE FAMILY SITUATION?. Britta Lindstrm,
America Sweden
RR-PO-305-14-Wed. NO IMPAIRED HEMOGLOBIN OXYGENATION IN RR-PO-208-21-Wed. EFFECTS OF PASSIVE AND VOLUNTARY
FOREARM MUSCLES OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC CRPS-1. Jaap CONSTRAINT FOR THE UPPER EXTREMITY AFTER STROKE: A
Brunnekreef, Netherlands RANDOMIZED, PROSPECTIVE, BLINDED OBSERVER RATED STUDY.
Maciej Krawczyk, Poland
RR-PO-305-12-Wed. PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED
WITH SELF-REPORTED CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME AMONG OFFICE RR-PO-210-13-Wed. REAL WORLD ARM FUNCTION AND ITS
WORKERS IN KUWAIT. Michel Landry, Canada RELATIONSHIP WITH KINEMATIC EVALUATION OF REACHING IN
CHRONIC STROKE. Michael D Ellis, United States of America
SI-PO-305-24-Wed. TAKE THE BITE OUT OF IT -MANAGING HUMAN
AND ANIMAL BITES. Lynda O'Callaghan, Canada RR-PO-208-13-Wed. THE EFFECT OF AUGMENTED REALITY-BASED
CORE TRAINING ON BALANCE AND GAIT FUNCTION IN STROKE.
SI-PO-305-8-Wed. NEUROMUSCULAR SKELETTAL PLASTICITY (N.A.P.)
Byoung-Hee Lee, Korea
FOR CLIENTS WITH FROZEN SHOULDER: A RANDOMIZED
CONTROLLED STUDY. Renata Horst, Germany SI-PO-208-11-Wed. EFFECTS OF TASK-ORIENTED CIRCUIT CLASS
TRAINING ON WALKING COMPETENCY AFTER STROKE: A
RR-PO-305-22-Wed. DOES KINESIOTAPE PLACED AROUND THE
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Lotte Wevers, Netherlands
SHOULDER EXCITE SHOULDER MUSCLES AND CHANGE FUNCTION?.
Grainne Creegan, United Kingdom SI-PO-208-9-Wed. 1000 REPETITIONS PER DAY: STRATEGIES TO
RR-PO-305-2-Wed. DERIVING CLINICAL PREDICTION RULES FOR INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF ACTIVE PRACTICE PEOPLE WITH STROKE
CAN ACHIEVE. Simone Dorsch, Australia
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME USING GENERAL AND RESTRICTED
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. Liz Harrison, Canada RR-PO-208-7-Wed. PHYSIOTHERAPY AND MOBILITY, SELF-CARE AND
DOMESTIC LIFE INDEPENDENCY OF STROKE PATIENTS - SYSTEMATIC
RR-PO-305-16-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
REVIEW. Patricia Almeida, Portugal
INTERVENTIONS FOR PATIENTS WITH SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT
SYNDROME: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Thilo Oliver Kromer, Germany

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RR-PO-208-5-Wed. FEASIBILITY OF A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL RR-PO-211-1-Wed. MASTICATION AND TONGUE FUNCTION IN
OF MUSCLE STRENGTHENING WITH STROKE SURVIVORS: PATIENTS TREATED FOR MALIGNANCIES IN TONGUE AND/OR FLOOR
RECRUITMENT, ATTENDANCE, AND ADHERENCE. Aline Scianni, Brazil OF MOUTH; A ONE YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY. Caroline Speksnijder,
Netherlands
RR-PO-208-25-Wed. RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF SIT-AND-SIDE
REACH TEST FOR ASSESSING TRUNK PERFORMANCE IN STROKE RR-PO-210-27-Wed. EFFECTS OF SUPERVISED EXERCISE
PATIENTS. Koji Nagino, Japan INTERVENTION IN PATIENTS WITH COLORECTAL CANCER
UNDERGOING CHEMOTHERAPY. Kuan Yin Lin, Taiwan
RR-PO-209-21-Wed. CROSS CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND INITIAL
VALIDATION OF STROKE SPECIFIC QUALITY OF LIFE SCALE INTO SI-PO-211-19-Wed. CYBER-MANAGEMENT AND TRACKING OF
YORUBA LANGUAGE. Aderonke Akinpelu, Nigeria HEALTH OUTCOMES FOR SURVIVORS OF CANCER: ONLINE SUPPORT
APPLICATIONS AND THEIR HEALTH PROMOTING CAPABILITIES. Liisa

Poster displays - Wednesday


RR-PO-210-7-Wed. HAPTIC INTERFACE FOR HAND REHABILITATION
Laakso, Australia
IN PERSONS WITH A STROKE. Michela Agostini, Italy
RR-PO-209-13-Wed. CHANGING LIFESTYLE AFTER STROKE- THE ROLE RR-PO-211-9-Wed. EFFECTS OF AN OUTPATIENT EXERCISE TRAINING
AND PERSPECTIVES OF INFORMAL CARERS. Carla Pereira, Portugal PROGRAMME AFTER LUNG CANCER OPERATION - A RANDOMISED
SINGLE-BLINDED CLINICAL TRIAL. Barbara Brocki, Denmark
RR-PO-209-17-Wed. USE OF THE SMART ARM WITH OUTCOME-
RR-PO-211-21-Wed. EXERCISE PROGRAMME FOR WOMEN AFTER
TRIGGERED ELECTRICAL STIMULATION TO RETRAIN REACHING
BREAST CANCER SURGERY: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL.
AFTER STROKE DURING ACUTE INPATIENT REHABILITATION: PILOT
Margarida Sequeira, Portugal
RCT. Kathryn Hayward, Australia
RR-PO-211-23-Wed. A SNAPSHOT OF IN-PATIENT ONCOLOGY
RR-PO-208-15-Wed. VIBRATION CAN REDUCE THE INCREASED
REHABILITATION IN TORONTO: POPULATION PROFILE AND
HETERONYMOUS FACILITATION FROM QUADRICEPS TO SOLEUS IN
FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES. Sara McEwen, Canada
HEMIPARETIC SUBJECTS. Robert Forget, Canada
SI-PO-209-19-Wed. DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AN EXERCISE- RR-PO-211-25-Wed. THE LONG-TERM IMPACT OF BREAST
GUIDE FOR STROKE PATIENTS. Deborah Zinger, Netherlands RADIOTHERAPY ON PULMONARY FUNCTION. Liana Barbaresco
Gomide, Brazil
RR-PO-209-9-Wed. TWO APPROACHES TO MEASURING GAIT
RR-PO-211-17-Wed. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS AFTER TREATMENT
SYMMETRY AFTER BODY WEIGHT SUPPORTED TREADMILL TRAINING
FOR BREAST CANCER: ONE YEAR FOLLOW-UP. Nele Devoogdt,
FOR PERSONS WITH CHRONIC STROKE. Stephanie Combs, United
Belgium
States of America
RR-PO-210-25-Wed. PHYSIOTHERAPY MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS
RR-PO-209-23-Wed. EFFECTS OF UPPER LIMB SUPPORT ON HIP
FOLLOWING NECK DISSECTION FOR CANCER: A SYSTEMATIC
EXTENSOR AND ABDUCTOR MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING STEP UP
REVIEW. Cathy M. Anderson, Canada
EXERCISE IN HEALTHY OLDER PARTICIPANTS. Helen Cutting, United
Kingdom RR-PO-210-19-Wed. SYMPTOMS, IMPAIRMENTS, ACTIVITIES AND
RR-PO-209-25-Wed. CAN CORTICOSPINAL TRACT INTEGRITY BE QUALITY OF LIFE ASSOCIATED WITH OCCUPATIONAL PHYSICAL
DETERMINED BY LOWER EXTEREMITY FUGL MAYER SCORE: A ACTIVITY IN WOMEN WITH PRIMARY BREAST CANCER. Lucinda
Pfalzer, United States of America
TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION STUDY. George Fulk,
United States of America SI-PO-210-15-Wed. COHERENCE IN CANCER REHABILITATION A
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT CONDUCTED BY A DANISH LOCAL
RR-PO-209-27-Wed. STROKE THE FIRST TWELVE MONTHS. A
AUTHORITY HEALTHCARE DEPARTMENT AND METROPOLITAN
RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF HEALTH, FUNCTION AND SATISFACTION
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, COPENHAGEN. Shila Samuelsen, Denmark
WITH REHABILITATION AMONG PATIENTS WITH STROKE. Anna
Wihlborg, Sweden SI-PO-210-17-Wed. SUBJECTIVE LYMPHOEDEMA: IT DOES EXCIST !!
IMAGING OF TISSUE CHANGES IN THE ARM AFTER BREAST CANCER
RR-PO-210-1-Wed. THE SHORT- AND LONG-TERM BENEFITS OF
SURGERY. Pierre Lievens, Belgium
HOME-BASED CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN
INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC STROKE. Gustavo Machado, Brazil RR-PO-210-21-Wed. EVALUATION OF THE RESPONSIVENESS OF
RR-PO-210-3-Wed. EFFECT OF VISUAL SCANNING EXERCISES GOAL ATTAINMENT SCALING (GAS) IN THE MEASUREMENT OF
INTEGRATED INTO TASK-SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES ON THE FUNCTIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT OUTCOMES IN ONCOLOGY
INPATIENTS. Marco Pang, Hong Kong
ABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH VISUAL PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS POST-
STROKE. Andoret Van Wyk, South Africa RR-PO-210-23-Wed. KINESIOLOGY TAPING APPLICATIONS AND THE
FUNCTION OF THE UPPER LIMB IN THE WOMEN AFTER THE
RR-PO-210-5-Wed. CORRELATION BETWEEN MUSCLE SYNERGIES
MASTECTOMY. Zbigniew Sliwinski, Poland
AND CEREBRAL LESION VOLUME IN PERSONS WITH STROKE. Andrea
Turolla, Italy
PAEDIATRICS: Neurology 3
ONCOLOGY & PALLIATIVE CARE 3 RR-PO-308-15-Wed. SPATIO-TEMPORAL PARAMETERS IN
EMERGENCE OF REACHING IN YOUNG INFANTS. Andra Cunha, Brazil
RR-PO-211-11-Wed. EXERCISE AS A SUPPORTIVE THERAPY IN
INCURABLE CANCER: EXPLORING PATIENT PREFERENCES. Matthew RR-PO-308-5-Wed. THE ASSISTANCE IMPACT ON THE STRESS AND
Maddocks, United Kingdom BURDEN IN MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Regina
Turolla, Brazil
RR-PO-211-13-Wed. EFFECTS OF MANUAL THERAPY ON
XEROSTOMY AND MOOD IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WITH RR-PO-308-7-Wed. BOTULINUM TOXIN (BONTA) AND CASTING
FATIGUE. Irene Cantarero-Villanueva, Spain VERSUS BONTA OR CASTING IN TREATING EQUINUS GAIT OF
CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY:SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Barbara
RR-PO-211-15-Wed. CORRELATES TO EARLY AND LATE RECOVERY
Kelly, Canada
OF UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTION IN WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER.
Ellen Levy, United States of America RR-PO-308-11-Wed. HEAD MOVEMENT EVOLUTION IN 2-TO-4
RR-PO-211-7-Wed. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PAIN, PAIN- MONTHS PRETERM NEWBORN. Carolina Daniel de Lima-Alvarez,
Brazil
RELATED DISABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN WOMEN WITH BREAST
CANCER POST-TREATMENT. Chee-Wee Tan, United Kingdom RR-PO-308-17-Wed. NINTENDO WII-FIT; IS IT A USEFUL
INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE BALANCE CONTROL IN CHILDREN WITH
SI-PO-211-5-Wed. AXILLARY WEB SYNDROME, THE EXPERIENCE AT
CEREBRAL PALSY?. Dorothee Jelsma, Netherlands
THE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF ONCOLOGY. Luiz Felipe Nevola
Teixeira, Italy RR-PO-308-21-Wed. MANUAL SKILLS DURING THE ONSET OF
PURPOSEFUL REACHING IN INFANTS. Daniele Soares, Brazil

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RR-PO-307-1-Wed. IS INTENSIVE SUIT THERAPY EFFECTIVE IN RR-PO-307-23-Wed. REPRODUCIBILITY OF MAXIMAL AND


CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SUBMAXIMAL EXERCISE TESTING IN NORMAL AND COMMUNITY
FUNCTION? A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. Katrin Mattern-Baxter, United AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH SPINA BIFIDA. Janke de Groot,
States of America Netherlands
RR-PO-308-9-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUCKING HABITS AND RR-PO-308-1-Wed. THE IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF CUEING METHODS
SUCKING FORCE- PILOT STUDY. Eloisa Tudella, Brazil ON GAIT COORDINATION IN CHILDREN WITH BRAIN DAMAGE AND
TYPICALLY DEVELOPED CONTROLS. Michal Katz-Leurer, Israel
RR-PO-307-3-Wed. UPPER LIMB IMPAIRMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT
ON ACTIVITY MEASURES IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL
PALSY. Ann Van de Winckel, Belgium
PAIN MANAGEMENT 3
RR-PO-309-21-Wed. IMPROVEMENTS AFTER INTERDISCIPLINARY
Poster displays - Wednesday

RR-PO-306-7-Wed. DETERMINANTS OF FAMILY NEEDS OF PARENTS REHABILITATION OF WHIPLASH INJURY SYNDROME. Thomas Benz,
OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Nihad Almasri, Switzerland
United States of America
RR-PO-309-13-Wed. IS CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY EFFECTIVE FOR
RR-PO-306-9-Wed. USING THE QUALITY FM TO ASSESS MIGRAINE? TESTED WITH HIT-6 QUESTIONNAIRE. Thuridur Solveig
AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: HOW MANY Arnadottir, Iceland
PERFORMANCE TRIALS ARE REQUIRED IN ASSESSMENT?. Virginia
Wright, Canada RR-PO-310-5-Wed. HOW EFFECTIVE ARE MULTIDISCIPLINARY PAIN
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES OF VARYING INTENSITY?. Iain Beith,
RR-PO-306-11-Wed. EFFECT OF A TRUNK-TARGETED INTERVENTION United Kingdom
ON PELVIC POSITIONING AND LOWER LIMB FUNCTION IN CHILDREN
WITH SPASTIC TYPE CEREBRAL PALSY. Marianne Unger, South Africa RR-PO-310-3-Wed. DIFFERENCES IN PAIN, FUNCTION AND
DEPRESSION BETWEEN SUBGROUPS OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC
RR-PO-306-13-Wed. A COMPARISON OF TWO SUPPORT WALKERS MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN CLASSIFIED BY THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL
ON THE GAIT PARAMETERS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. PAIN INVENTORY. Martin L Verra, Switzerland
Sheryl Low, United States of America
RR-PO-310-1-Wed. MIRROR THERAPY INFLUENCE MUSCLE AND
RR-PO-306-15-Wed. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE CHANGES OF SKIN VASOMOTOR REGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH CRPS: A DOUBLE
SPATIO-TEMPORAL GAIT PARAMETERS AND FUNCTIONAL CASE REPORT. Sonja Hlebs, Slovenia
IMPAIRMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIA CEREBRAL
PALSY. Satoshi Nonogaki, Japan RR-PO-309-23-Wed. OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF KINESIOPHOBIA -
APPLIED IN PHYSIOTHERAPY. Mari Lundberg, Sweden
RR-PO-306-17-Wed. MUSCLE THICKNESS AS AN INDICATOR TO
ESTIMATE CAPACITY FOR DAILY ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH RR-PO-309-19-Wed. MYOFASCIAL PAIN IN LEPROSY PATIENTS: A
CEREBRAL PALSY. Koji Ohata, Japan PILOT STUDY. Artur Gosling, Brazil

RR-PO-306-19-Wed. A DYNAMICAL SYSTEM ANALYSIS OF THE RR-PO-309-17-Wed. A PHENOMENOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAIN A


DEVELOPMENTAL OF SPONTANEOUS LOWER EXTREMITY WAY TOWARDS BETTER UNDERSTANDING?. Anne-Marie
MOVEMENTS IN NEWBORN AND YOUNG INFANTS. Hirotaka Gima, Hassenkamp, United Kingdom
Japan SI-PO-309-15-Wed. A BREAKTHROUGH IN COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN
RR-PO-306-21-Wed. EFFECTS OF DYNAMIC ELASTOMERIC FABRIC SYNDROME TREATMENT OR NOT? A CASE REPORT. Margje Spijker,
ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSES FOR PARALYTIC FOOTDROP IN PEDIATRIC Netherlands
SIBLINGS WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE. Chiaki Takeuchi, RR-PO-309-11-Wed. PREFRONTAL BRAIN ACTIVATION IN PERSONS
Japan WITH HIGHER LEVELS OF RESPONSE TO PAINFUL STIMULATION.
RR-PO-307-5-Wed. RELATIONS BETWEEN MASTERY MOTIVATION Kazuhiro Kinpara, Japan
AND PARENTAL INTERACTIVE BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN WITH MOTOR RR-PO-309-9-Wed. REPORTS OF LOW BACK PAIN FOLLOWING LIVER
DELAY. Pei-Jung Wang, Taiwan TRANSPLANTATION AND LIVER RESECTION, AS MEASURED BY THE
RR-PO-306-23-Wed. UPPER LIMB FUNCTION AND DEFORMITY IN BRIEF PAIN INVENTORY. Nancy Howes, Canada
CEREBRAL PALSY: A REVIEW OF CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS. Claire RR-PO-309-7-Wed. PATIENTS PERCEPTIONS OF CURRENT CONCEPTS
Kerr, United Kingdom IN CHRONIC PAIN EDUCATION AND THEIR SELF EFFICACY. Emma
RR-PO-308-3-Wed. LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF THERAPEUTIC MUSIC Jones, United Kingdom
COMBINED WITH LOADED SIT-TO-STAND RESISTANCE EXERCISE ON RR-PO-309-3-Wed. PAIN DISTRIBUTION QUANTIFICATION USING
MOBILITY FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Hua-Fang Liao, ENHANCED RULE-OF-NINES: RELIABILITY AND CORRELATIONS
Taiwan WITH INTENSITY, SENSORY, AFFECTIVE, AND FUNCTIONAL PAIN
RR-PO-307-9-Wed. HIPPOTHERAPY IMPROVES MUSCLE SPASTICITY MEASURES. Roger Allen, United States of America
BY AMELIORATING THE IMBALANCE OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS RR-PO-309-1-Wed. RELIABILITY OF THERMAL QUANTITATIVE
ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY. Misako SENSORY TESTING: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Niamh Moloney, Ireland
Yokoyama, Japan
RR-PO-308-23-Wed. AGAINST ALL REASON - EFFECTS OF
RR-PO-307-11-Wed. ALTERED TACTILE INTEGRATION DURING ACUPUNCTURE AND TENS DELIVERED TO AN ARTIFICIAL HAND.
OBJECT RECOGNITION AND MANUAL DEXTERITY IN CHILDREN WITH Michael Thacker, United Kingdom
DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY. Renata Hasue, Brazil
RR-PO-309-5-Wed. EVIDENCE OF SUB-GROUP PERFORMANCE IN
RR-PO-307-13-Wed. MEASUREMENT OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATUS GROUP PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS HAS IMPLICATIONS FOR
OF PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY. PERFORMANCE AT FOLLOW-UP 1 - 3 YEARS POST-PROGRAM. David
Yi-Jing Lue, Taiwan MacAdams, Australia
RR-PO-307-15-Wed. HIPPOTHERAPY ON GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION
AND GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Korakot
RESPIRATORY / PULMONARY 3
Hensangvilai, Thailand RR-PO-213-6-Wed. PREDICTING THE ABILITY TO PERFORM
ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC
RR-PO-307-17-Wed. SINGLE EVENT MULTILEVEL SURGERY (SEMLS) OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD). Robert Haennel,
PROCESS EXPERIENCED BY ADOLESCENT PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL Canada
PALSY AND THEIR PARENTS. Jaana Saarinen, Finland
RR-PO-212-24-Wed. CHEST WALL EXPANSION AND ITS RELATION TO
RR-PO-307-21-Wed. DEVELOPMENT OF THE EARLY CLINICAL RESPIRATORY AND MOTOR FUNCTION IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC
ASSESSMENT OF BALANCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL HEMIPLEGIA. Kouji Ihashi, Japan
PALSY. Sarah McCoy, United States of America

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RR-PO-213-24-Wed. EFFECTS OF DIAPHRAGMATIC BREATHING RR-PO-212-8-Wed. THE EFFECT OF PULMONARY REHABILITATION


ASSOCIATED OR NOT TO PURSED-LIPS ON CHEST WALL KINEMATICS, ON BALANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE
DYSPNEA AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHY ACTIVITY IN COPD PATIENTS. PULMONARY DISEASE. Dina Brooks, Canada
Karoline Moraes, Brazil
RR-PO-212-4-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF AN AEROBIC INTERVAL
RR-PO-213-22-Wed. EFFECT OF HEMODIALYSIS ON VENTILATORY TRAINING PROGRAM OF HIGH INTENSITY ON AEROBIC CAPACITY OF
PARAMETERS OF UREMIC PATIENTS. Claudio Spinola Najas, Brazil COPD PATIENTS. Marcelo Cano, Chile
RR-PO-213-20-Wed. EFFECTS OF RESPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING RR-PO-212-2-Wed. MANUAL THERAPY FOR CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE
AND MOTOR FUNCTIONAL TRAINING ON THE STRENGTH OF COUGH AIRWAYS DISEASE (COPD): A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF CURRENT
IN ELDERLY DAY-CARE ATTENDEES. Takumi Yamada, Japan EVIDENCE. Nicola Heneghan, United Kingdom

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RR-PO-213-18-Wed. STANDARDIZING MEASUREMENT OF MAXIMAL SI-PO-212-20-Wed. COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN TWO
INSPIRATORY PRESSURE: COMPARING VERBAL AND VIDEO DIFFERENT PROTOCOLS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE
INSTRUCTIONS. Chien Hui Huang, Taiwan PULMONARY DISEASE IN STAGE PRE AND POST PULMONARY
REHABILITATION. Juliana Monteiro de Araujo, Brazil
RR-PO-213-16-Wed. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESPIRATORY
IMPAIRMENT AND FUNCTIONAL BALANCE AND MOBILITY IN ADULTS
OVER 40 WITH COPD. Jennifer Nitz, Australia
SELF-REFERRAL/DIRECT ACCESS 3
RR-PO-312-24-Wed. DIRECT ACCESS TO PHYSIOTHERAPY IN
SI-PO-213-14-Wed. ANALYSIS OF BOUSSIGNAC CPAP SYSTEM PRIMARY HEALTHCARE EXPERIENCES OF THREE PROFESSIONAL
PERFORMANCE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE NONINVASIVE CONTINUOUS GROUPS. Anna Troberg, Finland
POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY. Carolina Fu,
Brazil RR-PO-312-22-Wed. PHYSICAL THERAPISTS WORKING IN
SWITZERLAND ARE FAVORABLE TOWARDS AN ADOPTION OF DIRECT
RR-PO-212-28-Wed. THE SHORT-TERM, BETWEEN-SESSION ACCESS. Lara Allet, Switzerland
REPRODUCIBILITY OF SNIFF NASAL PRESSURE (SNPNAS) IN COPD
PATIENTS; IMPLICATIONS FOR BASELINE MEASUREMENTS PRIOR TO SERVICE DELIVERY 3
THERAPEUTIC PROGRAMMES. Dimitra Nikoletou, United Kingdom RR-PO-310-12-Wed. ADHERENCE OF PATIENTS TO ATTENDING
RR-PO-212-22-Wed. CARBON DIOXIDE SENSITIVITY IN PATIENTS PHYSIOTHERAPY APPOINTMENTS AT AN OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT.
WITH HYPERVENTILATION SYNDROME. Kate Bazin, United Kingdom Nonceba Mbambo-Kekana, South Africa
RR-PO-213-4-Wed. VALIDATION OF THE SENSEWEAR ACTIVITY RR-PO-310-16-Wed. WAIT TIMES FOR PHYSICAL AND
ARMBAND IN COPD. Claire Egan, Ireland OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IN THE PUBLIC SYSTEM FOR PERSONS
WITH ARTHRITIS IN QUEBEC, CANADA. Ashley Delaurier, Canada
RR-PO-212-6-Wed. A PILOT STUDY EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF
HIGH-INTENSITY INSPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING IN DIVISION 1 RR-PO-310-10-Wed. LEARNING TO IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT OF
COLLEGE ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS. Dylan Wiwchar, Canada BACK PAIN IN GENERAL PRACTICE: COLLABORATION BETWEEN
SERVICE USERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERS. Carol Clark, United
RR-PO-213-8-Wed. SYSTEMATIC REVIEW EXPLORING THE EFFECT OF Kingdom
EXERCISE IN PULMONARY REHABILITATION ON DEPRESSION LEVELS
IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. SI-PO-310-8-Wed. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN
Hazel Horobin, United Kingdom EVIDENCE INFORMED PHONE TRIAGE TOOL FOR PATIENTS WITH
CHRONIC PAIN. Sue Balmer, Canada
RR-PO-213-10-Wed. EFFECT OF A HOME BASED PULMONARY
REHABILITATION PROGRAM ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND RR-PO-310-6-Wed. IMPROVING SAFETY AND QUALITY: NO GOING
EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH PULMONARY BACK FOR SCOTLANDS PHYSIOTHERAPISTS. Fraser Ferguson, United
TUBERCULOSIS. Shamila Manie, South Africa Kingdom
RR-PO-213-12-Wed. EFFECT OF THE COMPONENTS OF FLUTTER SI-PO-310-18-Wed. REDUCING WAIT TIMES TO ACCESS OUTPATIENT
VRP1 ON THE TRANSPORT OF RESPIRATORY SECRETIONS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY. Natalie Morris, Canada
PATIENTS WITH BRONCHIECTASIS. Ada Gastaldi, Brazil
WOMENS HEALTH 3
RR-PO-212-26-Wed. EFFECTS OF GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL BREATHING RR-PO-311-2-Wed. LOAD DURATION DURING STOCHASTIC WHOLE
ON LUNG FUNCTION AND PERFORMANCE SPORTS TRAINING IN BODY VIBRATION IN ITS EFFECT ON PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE
PORTUGUESE ELITE SWIMMERS. Eliana Abreu, Portugal ACTIVATION. Helena Luginbuehl Greco, Switzerland
RR-PO-213-2-Wed. IS HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE RELATED RR-PO-311-20-Wed. NEUROMUSCULAR ACTIVATION OF THE PELVIC
TO THE SEVERITY OF CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY FLOOR MUSCLES UNDER DIFFERENT EXERCISE CONDITIONS. Birgit
DISEASE?. Yuki Yamanaka, Japan Schulte-Frei, Germany
RR-PO-212-18-Wed. FATIGUE IS ASSOCIATED WITH REDUCED RR-PO-312-14-Wed. IMPACT OF PREGNANCY ON MEASURES OF
PHYSICAL CAPACITY AND DISEASE SEVERITY IN MEN BUT NOT IN VENTILATION IN AN INDIVIDUAL WITH T10 PARAPLEGIA. Jane
WOMEN WITH COPD. Kristina Tdt, Sweden Wetzel, United States of America
RR-PO-212-16-Wed. PREDICTORS OF REHOSPITALIZATION IN ADULT RR-PO-312-10-Wed. CORRELATION OF DIGITAL PALPATION AND
PATIENTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS. Abebaw Yohannes, United Kingdom TRANSABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND FOR ASSESSMENT OF PELVIC
RR-PO-212-14-Wed. RESPIRATORY MUSCLE FUNCTION AND ITS FLOOR MUSCLE CONTRACTION. Afsaneh Azari, Iran
RELATION TO FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN PATIENTS WITH RR-PO-312-16-Wed. EFFECT OF MUSCULAR STRENGTH TRAINING ON
ADVANCED LUNG CANCER PRIOR TO TREATMENT. Chung-Chun Lai, THE FUNCTIONAL AND MUSCULAR PERFORMANCE AND ON THE IL-6
Taiwan AND STNFR ON PRE-FRAGILE WOMEN. Lygia Lustosa, Brazil
RR-PO-212-12-Wed. MECHANICAL INSUFFLATION-EXSUFFLATION RR-PO-312-18-Wed. EVALUATION OF URINARY INCONTINENCE
AS AN AIRWAY CLEARANCE TECHNIQUE FOR PEOPLE WITH AN REPORTS AND PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE KNOWLEDGE AMONG
IMPAIRED COUGH A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW. Allana WOMEN PARTICIPATING IN A PELVIC FLOOR EDUCATIONAL GROUP.
Patterson, United Kingdom Cristine Homsi Jorge Ferreira, Brazil
RR-PO-212-10-Wed. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SKELETAL RR-PO-312-6-Wed. INFLUENCE OF HOME-BASED AND SUPERVISED
MUSCLE OXYGENATION AND SYSTEMIC OXYGEN UPTAKE DURING EXERCISE PROGRAMS ON WOMEN STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE:
EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY A RANDOMIZED TRIAL. Margarida Ferreira, Portugal
DISEASE. Kazuyuki Tabira, Japan

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RR-PO-312-4-Wed. THE UTILITY OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE RR-PO-201-14-Wed. COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT ASSOCIATES WITH
EXAMINATION IN FEMALE CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN. Cindy Neville, PARTICIPATION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART
United States of America FAILURE. Miyako Yoshida, Japan
RR-PO-312-2-Wed. EFFICACY OF THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES AND RR-PO-201-16-Wed. EFFECTS OF EXERCISE TRAINING IN PATIENTS
SUPERFICIAL HEAT IN THE POSTERIOR LUMBAR PELVIC PAIN DURING AFTER HEART TRANSPLANTATION: A META-ANALYSIS. Ping-Lun
PREGNANCY. Paula Rodrigues, Brazil Hsieh, Taiwan
RR-PO-311-24-Wed. EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY FOR PELVIC FLOOR RR-PO-201-18-Wed. DIAPHRAGMATIC BREATHING DURING
MUSCLE STRENGTH MEASUREMENT. Fabiana Nunes, Brazil EXERCISE WITH INSPIRATORY THRESHOLD LOADING IN PATIENTS
WITH HEART FAILURE: EFFECTS ON CHEST WALL VOLUMES. Raquel
RR-PO-311-22-Wed. GYMNASTICS FOR PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS
Britto, Brazil
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DESTROYING THE MYTH. Brigitte Reutimann, Switzerland


RR-PO-311-18-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT DELIVERY MODES RR-PO-201-20-Wed. SHORT PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE BATTERY
OF EXERCISES FOR POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH MIGHT BE USEFUL FOR EVALUATING PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN
OSTEOPOROSIS. Wei-Chun Li, Taiwan ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC DISEASE. Reina Uewaki, Japan
RR-PO-201-22-Wed. AUTONOMIC AND CARDIOVASCULAR
RR-PO-311-16-Wed. DOES ASYMMETRIC PELVIC MOVEMENT
BEHAVIOR DURING DIFFERENT RESISTANCE ISOKINETIC EXERCISE
DURING PREGNANCY LEAD TO SACROILIAC PAIN?. Ayako Matsuya,
Japan METHODOLOGIES IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS. Gerson Cipriano Jr.,
Brazil
RR-PO-311-14-Wed. PHYSIOTHERAPY SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES
RR-PO-201-2-Wed. SUPPRESSED CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS BY
LEAKAGE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH OSTEOPOROSIS AND
VENTILATORY ABNORMALITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED
URINARY INCONTINENCE: RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Meena Sran, Canada FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE. Jong
Shyan Wang, Taiwan
RR-PO-311-12-Wed. OVERWEIGHT, PHYSICAL INACTIVITY, AND
AGING INCREASED THE RISK OF METABOLIC SYNDROME AND ITS RR-PO-201-8-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF NINTENDO-WII EXERCISE
TRAINING IN ADULTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS. Suzanne Kuys, Australia
COMPONENTS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN. Wan-Ju Chao,
Taiwan RR-PO-201-10-Wed. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROMOTES PULMONARY
RECOVERY AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY. Marcus Jonsson, Sweden
RR-PO-311-10-Wed. EFFECTS OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISES
ON QUALITY OF LIFE OUT COMES IN WOMEN WITH STRESS URINARY RR-PO-201-6-Wed. EFFECTS OF WATER IMMERSION ON
INCONTINENCE. Shadab Shahali, Iran CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES DURING RECOVERY PERIOD AFTER
LAND EXERCISE. Riany de Sousa Sena, Canada
RR-PO-311-8-Wed. PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR
SYMPHYSIOLYSIS AFTER LABOUR. Vesna Sila, Slovenia
CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT 4
RR-PO-311-4-Wed. THE ROLE OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES IN RR-PO-201-26-Wed. RESEARCH ON THE EFFECT AND SAFETY OF
PREGNANCY RELATED PELVIC INSTABILITY PATIENTS - ITS EFFECT ON EXERCISE PERFORMED IN A CLEAN ROOM FOR PATIENTS WHO
PELVIC FLOOR (DYS)FUNCTION. Annelies Pool, Netherlands UNDERGO HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL TRANSPLANTATION.
RR-PO-310-24-Wed. VOLUNTARY ACTIVATION DECLINES RAPIDLY Shinichiro Morishita, Japan
DURING PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE FATIGUE. Siobhan Schabrun, RR-PO-202-6-Wed. MONITORING PHYSICAL FUNCTION FOR
Australia PERSONS WITH CHRONIC DISEASE IN PRIMARY CARE: A POPULATION
RR-PO-310-22-Wed. PREVALENCE OF LOW BACK PAIN IN WOMEN BASED REHABILITATION INTERVENTION. Julie Richardson, Canada
POST PREGNANCY IN A POPULATION OF BRAZILIAN WOMEN. RR-PO-202-8-Wed. QUALITY OF LIFE INDICATORS IN WHEELCHAIR
Clynton Loureno Corra, Brazil USERS AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF LIFE HABITS,
RR-PO-310-20-Wed. A KINESIOLOGY ANALYSIS OF THE SIT-DOWN PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS, CLINICAL, DEMOGRAPHICS AND
DURING THE THIRD TRIMESTER. Kaname Takeda, Japan ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES. Anabela Martins, Portugal
RR-PO-312-12-Wed. INFLUENCE OF MOMS IN MOTION PROJECT ON RR-PO-202-10-Wed. ASTHMA IS NO HINDRANCE TO PERFORMANCE
SELF-EFFICACY AND MOTIVATION FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF OR THORACIC POSTURE IN YOUNG FEMALE ROWERS. Margot
PREGNANT WOMEN. Ana Lus Silva, Portugal Skinner, New Zealand
RR-PO-312-20-Wed. SEXUAL FUNCTION IN BRAZILIAN WOMEN WITH RR-PO-202-12-Wed. THE PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL IMPACT OF
STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE AFTER PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE USING ELECTRIC POWERED INDOOR/OUTDOOR CHAIRS (EPIOCS).
TRAINING. Patricia Driusso, Brazil Lorraine Desouza, United Kingdom
RR-PO-311-6-Wed. EFFECT OF EXERCISE ON LABOUR DURATION RR-PO-202-16-Wed. THE SOFT TISSUES BIOMECHANICAL
AND PAIN IN PREGNANT WOMEN AT AMINU KANO TEACHING PROPERTIES OF THE FOOT-ANKLE COMPLEX AND POSTURAL
HOSPITAL KANO NIGERIA. Jovita Daniel, Nigeria CONTROL IN PEOPLE WITH DIABETIC PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY.
Rosanna MW Chau, Hong Kong
RR-PO-312-8-Wed. EVALUATION OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES OF
WOMEN WITH RECURRENT VAGINITIS AND VULVODYNIA. Ndia RR-PO-201-24-Wed. INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
Cristina Polpeta, Brazil INTERVENTION ON THE FOOT ROLLOVER PROCESS IN PLANTAR
PRESSURES OF DIABETIC NEUROPATHIC INDIVIDUALS: TWO CASE
REPORTS. Renata Hasue, Brazil
SI-PO-202-4-Wed. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A " LONG TERM FOLLOW
Wednesday 13:00-14:00 UP MUSCLE CLINIC" FOR CLIENTS WITH AN ESTABLISHED DIAGNOSIS
OF MUSCLE DISEASE. Joanna Reffin, United Kingdom

CARDIOTHORACICS 4 SI-PO-201-28-Wed. MOBILISATION OF A BARIATRIC PATIENT: A CASE


REPORT. Rikke Faebo Larsen, Denmark
RR-PO-201-4-Wed. ASSESSMENT OF BASELINE LEVELS OF
INTERLEUKIN-6 IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE AND ITS RR-PO-202-18-Wed. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MOTIVATION,
CORRELATIONS WITH FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE. Giane Amorim EXERCISE BELIEFS AND PHYSICAL EXERCISE PERFORMANCE TESTS IN
Ribeiro-Samora, Brazil PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE. Kevin Taylor, United
Kingdom
RR-PO-201-12-Wed. RISK FACTORS OF HEART FAILURE
HOSPITALIZATION IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DIABETES RR-PO-202-20-Wed. FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE
MELLITUS AFTER CARDIAC SURGERY. Masakazu Saitoh, Japan IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. Regina C Vasques de Miranda, Brazil

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RR-PO-202-22-Wed. SUPERVISED EXERCISE TRAINING AND DIET RR-PO-203-22-Wed. CHARACTERIZATION OF BODY COMPOSITION,
RECOMMENDATION IN YOUNG PATIENTS WITH METABOLIC PHYSICAL FITNESS AND LIPID PROFILE AMONG ADULTS LIVING WITH
SYNDROME. Claudiu Avram, Romania HIV WHO PARTICIPATE IN A FITNESS PROGRAM. Alexis Ortiz, Puerto
Rico
RR-PO-202-24-Wed. EXERCISE TRAINING IN
FACIOSCAPULOHUMERAL MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY (FSHD): SERIAL RR-PO-203-20-Wed. SHOULD ISSUES OF SEXUALITY BE A
CASES WITH 1 YEAR OF FOLLOW-UP. Mariana Gazzotti, Brazil REHABILITATION CONCERN? THE VOICES OF SOUTH AFRICAN
YOUNG PEOPLE WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. Margaret Wazakili,
RR-PO-202-2-Wed. THE PHYSICAL EXERCISE IMPROVES THE
South Africa
CARDIAC AUTONOMIC MODULATION IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS
INDEPENDENTLY OF THE TREATMENT WITH ANGIONTENSIN-
CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITOR. Hugo Souza, Brazil
INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 4

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RR-PO-204-4-Wed. INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: A
COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES 4 QUALITATIVE EXPLORATION OF STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF
RR-PO-202-26-Wed. ACU-TENS AND METABOLIC INDICES AFTER LEARNING HOW TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY WITH OTHERS. Robert
EXERCISE. Alice Jones, China Wellmon, United States of America
SI-PO-204-6-Wed. A DUAL DEGREE OPTION FOR GRADUATE
RR-PO-202-28-Wed. THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ACUPUNCTURE
EDUCATION IN PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY. Wanda
AS AN ADJUNCT TO EXERCISE-BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR
Nitsch, United States of America
OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE. Nadine Foster, United Kingdom
SI-PO-204-10-Wed. THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTER-
RR-PO-203-2-Wed. RELATIONSHIP OF BODY AWARENESS TO THE
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION TRAINING WARD. THE PHYSIOTHERAPY
INFLUENCE OF RESPIRATORY-BASED THEREAPEUTIC RELAXATION
EXPERIENCE WITHIN THE FACULTY OF HEALTH AT KEELE
ON ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY OF THE UPPER TRAPEZIUS.
UNIVERSITY, UK. Pam Smith, United Kingdom
Roger Allen, United States of America
RR-PO-203-6-Wed. HOW DOES MANUAL STIMULATION OF SOLE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 4
ALONE AFFECT THE POSTURAL CONTROL?. Andrea Preszner-Domjn, SI-PO-204-2-Wed. COLLABORATING WITH PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Hungary FACULTY AND CLINICIANS IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: LESSONS
RR-PO-203-8-Wed. BLINDING EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PARK SHAM LEARNED AND APPLICATIONS. Leslie Glickman, United States of
ACUPUNCTURE DEVICE FOR THE UPPER AND LOWER LIMBS. Chee- America
Wee Tan, United Kingdom SI-PO-203-28-Wed. LIVING AT THE INTERSECTION OF DISABILITY
AND POVERTY IS DANGEROUS TO ONES HEALTH: A PERSON-
CRITICAL CARE 4 CENTERED APPROACH TO EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS. Marleen
RR-PO-301-1-Wed. THE USE OF WEANING AND EXTUBATION Iannucci, United States of America
PROTOCOLS TO FACILITATE WEANING AND EXTUBATION FROM
RR-PO-203-26-Wed. SHORT-TERM CLINICAL PLACEMENTS IN THE
MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN PATIENTS SUFFERING TRAUMATIC
INJURIES. Natascha Plani, South Africa THIRD WORLD : CAN THEY DO MORE GOOD THAN HARM?. Puja
Ahluwalia, Canada
SI-PO-301-5-Wed. START TO MOVE ASAP IN THE ICU PROPOSITION
OF THE UZ LEUVEN PROTOCOL. Beatrix Clerckx, Belgium KINESIOLOGY/MOVEMENT ANALYSIS 4
RR-PO-301-7-Wed. AN EXPLORATION OF PATIENTS AND RELATIVES RR-PO-205-4-Wed. ACUTE USE EFFECT OF A ROCKER NON-HEELED
EXPERIENCES OF TRANSFER FROM INTENSIVE CARE. Suzanne SHOE ON THE LOWER LIMB MUSCLES ACTIVITY DURING GAIT. Isabel
Lindsay, United Kingdom Sacco, Brazil
RR-PO-301-9-Wed. EFFECTS OF LOWER LIMBS AND TRUNK PASSIVE RR-PO-206-2-Wed. UPWARD SQUATTING IN INDIVIDUALS WITH AND
EXERCISE AND DIAPHRAGM BREATHING EXERCISE ON INTESTINAL WITHOUT PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN SYNDROME: A BIOMECHANICAL
MOVEMENT. Tomoyuki Morisawa, Japan STUDY. Valdeci Dionisio, Brazil
RR-PO-301-3-Wed. DOES ASSISTED COUGH WITH MANUAL RR-PO-205-28-Wed. SHOULDER PASSIVE ROM AND SEGMENTAL
SUPPORTS OVER THE SURGICAL INCISION REALLY REDUCE INCISION VELOCITY PROFILES DURING OVERHAND AND JUMP SERVE IN ELITE
PAIN DURING COUGHING FOLLOWING THORACO-ABDOMINAL FEMALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS. Ar Tyan Hsu, Taiwan
SURGERY?. Kenichi Goto, Japan RR-PO-205-24-Wed. ANALYSIS OF WRIST MUSCLE ACTIVATION AND
RANGE OF MOTION DURING THE HAND GRIP: PRELIMINARY
HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT 4 RESULTS. Aline Ferreira, Brazil
SI-PO-203-12-Wed. RECOMMENDATIONS TO ADDRESS THE
RR-PO-205-20-Wed. PREDICTORS OF BIOMECHANICAL
GROWING PHYSICAL THERAPY WORKFORCE SHORTAGE IN
GERIATRICS. Rita Wong, United States of America CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LOWER LIMB DURING GAIT AND STAIR
CLIMBING FOR KNEE OA SUBJECTS. Anastasia Protopapadaki, Greece
SI-PO-203-14-Wed. MAPPING THE PROFESSIONAL PROFILE OF
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS IN ISRAEL. Gila Shahar, Israel RR-PO-205-14-Wed. EXAMINATION OF THE MAXIMALLY LOOSE-
PACKED POSITION IN THE NORMAL KNEE JOINT WITH JOINT
SI-PO-203-10-Wed. AMELIORATING SHORTAGES OF HEALTH CARE TRACTION. Daisuke Ogawa, Japan
PERSONNEL THROUGH EDUCATING THE PROFESSORATE. Cathy
Peterson, United States of America RR-PO-205-12-Wed. VALIDITY OF EVALUATION INDEX ON GAIT
ANALYSIS USING ACCELEROMETER. Hiroshi Osaka, Japan
SI-PO-203-16-Wed. MOVING PHYSIOTHERAPY FORWARD IN AN
RR-PO-205-10-Wed. DEEP CERVICAL MUSCULAR MOMENTS IN TWO
ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTRE - THE SINGAPORE GENERAL HOSPITAL
EXPERIENCE. Bee Yee Tan, Singapore SEPARATE PLANES FOR SUBJECTS WITH MECHANICAL NECK
DISORDER. Lan-Yuen Guo, Taiwan
HIV/AIDS 4 RR-PO-206-4-Wed. CAN A WEIGHT TRAINING PROTOCOL TO
SI-PO-203-18-Wed. DEVELOPING INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS IN IMPROVE THE GENERATION AND COORDINATING PATTERN OF
HIV AND REHABILITATION RESEARCH: THE CANADA-UNITED DYNAMIC TORQUES IN INDIVIDUALS WITH DOWN SYNDROME?. Irlei
KINGDOM HIV AND REHABILITATION RESEARCH COLLABORATIVE Santos, Brazil
(CUHRRC). Kelly O'Brien, Canada RR-PO-205-6-Wed. ELECTROMYOGRAPHY OF LOWER LIMB IN
RR-PO-203-24-Wed. ASSOCIATION AMONG CLINICAL TREATMENT, UPRIGHT AND RECUMBENT STATIONARY BICYCLES: CROSS-
BODY COMPOSITION, QUALITY OF LIFE AND PHYSICAL CAPACITY IN SECTIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY. Alexandre Dias Lopes, Brazil
HIV PATIENTS UNDER HIGH ADVANCED ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY.
Amarlis Falconi, Brazil

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RR-PO-205-26-Wed. CONTRIBUTION IN THE FOOT HEALTH STATUS MENTAL HEALTH 4


IN ELDERLY PEOPLE BASED ON THE RESULTS OF BIOMECHANICS RR-PO-206-18-Wed. REPRODUCIBILITY, VALIDITY AND PREDICTORS
GAIT ANALYSIS. Alejandro Galn-Mercant, Spain OF SIX-MINUTE WALK TEST IN OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE
RR-PO-205-2-Wed. THE EFFECT OF THE CHANGES IN ANKLE AND ADOLESCENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY. Sami Elmahgoub,
TOE STIFFNESS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF THE CENTER OF MASS. Belgium
Masayoshi Kubo, Japan RR-PO-206-20-Wed. THE USE OF A HOME BASED EXERCISE DVD IN
RR-PO-204-28-Wed. BIOMECHANICAL AND MOTOR CONTROL PEOPLE WITH HUNTINGTONS DISEASE: USER PERSPECTIVES. Hanan
ANALYSIS OF FOOT WORK EXERCISE PERFORMED ON THE Khalil, United Kingdom
REFORMER DEVICE ACCORDING PILATES METHOD. Nadia Marconi, RR-PO-206-22-Wed. VALIDITY OF A FOUR-FACTOR MODEL
Brazil
Poster displays - Wednesday

UNDERLYING THE PHYSICAL FITNESS IN ADULTS WITH


RR-PO-204-26-Wed. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC (EMG) VALIDATION OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES: A CONFIRMATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS.
QUADRICEPS DEMAND DURING FUNCTIONAL TASKS IN PERSONS Antonio I. Cuesta-Vargas, Spain
WITH UNILATERAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS. Mohamed Sabbahi,
United States of America METHODS OF TEACHING & LEARNING 4
SI-PO-301-17-Wed. STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF THE USE OF HUMAN
RR-PO-204-24-Wed. EFFECT OF GAIT PATTERN AT INITIAL CONTACT
PATIENT SIMULATION IN ORTHOPEDIC PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINICAL
ON THE LATERAL-MEDIAL KNEE FORCE DURING THE EARLY STANCE
DECISION MAKING: A PILOT STUDY. Nancy Smith, United States of
PHASE. Hiroshi Shinohara, Japan
America
SI-PO-204-22-Wed. AN ONLINE MOVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
SI-PO-303-11-Wed. A SHORT-TERM, MULTICULTURAL CLINICAL
SCREEN TO IDENTIFY AND CLASSIFY UNCONTROLLED MOVEMENT.
EXPERIENCE INCREASES RESPECT OF DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL
Mark Comerford, Australia
RESPONSIBILITY. Nathan Hellyer, United States of America
RR-PO-204-20-Wed. THE ASSESSMENT OF CERVICAL SENSORY
SI-PO-303-9-Wed. BLENDED TEACHING STRATEGIES IN
MOTOR CONTROL: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW FOCUSING ON
PHYSIOTHERAPY TO OPTIMIZE VARIETY LEARNING IN STUDENTS.
MEASURING METHODS AND THEIR CLINIMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS.
Carina Eksteen, South Africa
Sarah Michiels, Belgium
SI-PO-303-7-Wed. NEW LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION, TOWARDS A
RR-PO-204-18-Wed. TWO GAIT PATTERNS OF PATIENTS WITH
CUSTOMIZED EDUCATION LESSONS TO BE LEARNED USING THE
ENDOPROSTHETIC KNEE REPLACEMENT AFTER BONE TUMOR
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS THEORY. Patricia Almeida, Portugal
RESECTION: CHARACTERISTICS THROUGH THE DESCRIPTION OF TWO
CASES. Yusuke Okita, Japan SI-PO-303-5-Wed. SALUS-ON-TRENT: AN E-LEARNING, ACCESSIBLE
LEARNING TOWN FOR HEALTH (STEALTH). Jacqueline Waterfield,
RR-PO-205-8-Wed. REGULATION OF MUSCLE SYNERGY DURING
United Kingdom
QUIET STANCE UNDER DIFFERENT SENSORY CONTEXTS AMONG
HEALTHY YOUNG AND OLDER ADULTS. Wen-Chieh Yang, Taiwan RR-PO-303-3-Wed. PEER LEARNING IN HEALTH EDUCATIONS - A
QUALITIVE STUDY ABOUT LEARNING AND PARTICIPATION IN
RR-PO-205-22-Wed. THREE-DIMENSIONAL TRUNK MOVEMENTS IN
PROFFESIONAL BACHELOR EDUCATIONS. Erna Rosenlund Meyer,
YOUNG HEALTHY SUBJECTS DURING GAIT ON A TREADMILL AT
Denmark
DIFFERENT SPEEDS. Eva Swinnen, Belgium
SI-PO-303-1-Wed. CHANGES IN THE EVALUATION STRATEGIES USED
RR-PO-204-12-Wed. MRI ANALYSIS ON THE RANGE OF MOTION OF
IN SEMINARS IN THE ADAPTATION TO THE EUROPEAN HIGHER
THE SPINE IN THE SUPINE/PRONE POSITION, AND TRUNK EXTENSION
EDUCATION AREA. Alicia Gonzlez Represas, Spain
POSITIONS. Masafumi Hata, Japan
SI-PO-301-15-Wed. DEVELOPING COMPETENCY AND CONFIDENCE
RR-PO-204-14-Wed. BALANCE MEASURE NORMATIVE VALUES FOR
THROUGH ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING. Jill Gilthorpe, United
HIGH SCHOOL AGED STUDENTS. Susan McGinty, United States of
Kingdom
America
SI-PO-301-19-Wed. LIVE INTERNATIONAL LECTURES THROUGH
RR-PO-204-16-Wed. VALIDITY OF THE HAND-HELD DYNAMOMETRY
INTERNET TO ENRICH PHYSICAL THERAPY EDUCATION. Dennis Fell,
USING A BELT-RESISTED METHOD FOR MEASURING MAXIMAL
United States of America
ISOMETRIC KNEE EXTENSION STRENGTH. Naoko Ushiyama, Japan
RR-PO-302-13-Wed. INTRODUCING OSCE (OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED
LIFESTYLE DISEASES 4 CLINICAL EXAMINATION) TO UNDERGRADUATES AS PART OF
RR-PO-206-10-Wed. FOOT RISK ASSESSMENT IN DIABETIC PATIENTS. PHYSICAL THERAPY EVALUATION EDUCATION. Chikako Fujita, Japan
AN AUDIT WHICH EXPLORES THE EFFICIENCY OF FOOT RISK SI-PO-302-23-Wed. TEACHING CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING: A
ASSESSMENT IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES. Hannah Zuhir, New MODULE FOR CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SELECTION
Zealand AND PROGRESSION OF INTERVENTIONS FOR CLIENTS WITH
RR-PO-206-8-Wed. 10,000 STEP PER DAY PROGRAMME AMONG NEUROMUSCULAR CONDITIONS. Larisa Hoffman, United States of
SAUDI ARABIAN OVERWEIGHT. Anas Alduhishy, United Kingdom America
RR-PO-206-12-Wed. SMOKING CESSATION READLY IMPROVES SI-PO-302-21-Wed. UTILIZING VISUAL MOTOR IMAGERY AND ACTIVE
MUCOCILIARY CLEARANCE. Naomi Kondo Nakagawa, Brazil ENGAGEMENT THROUGH SERVICE LEARNING TO MEET
NEUROMUSCULAR TEACHING OBJECTIVES IN AN ENTRY-LEVEL DPT
RR-PO-206-14-Wed. METABOLIC IMPLICATIONS OF WEIGHT LOSS
CURRICULUM. Elisa Kennedy, United States of America
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES, IN YOUNG OBESE PATIENTS.
Alexandra Mihaela Rusu, Romania SI-PO-301-13-Wed. "BROADENING" THE ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE OF
PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS. Jennifer Audette, United States of
RR-PO-206-6-Wed. CARDIORESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO SELF-
America
PACED EXERCISE IN YOUNG OBESE PEOPLE: A CONTROL PILOT
STUDY. Eleni Kortianou, Greece SI-PO-302-17-Wed. THE USE OF WIKI TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT
CONSTRUCTIVE LEARNING IN PHYSIOTHERAPY QUALIFYING
RR-PO-206-16-Wed. QUALITY OF LIFE AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF
PROGRAMMES. Linda Chesterton, United Kingdom
A 3-YEAR TRIAL OF LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION IN PRIMARY HEALTH
CARE. Margareta Eriksson, Sweden SI-PO-301-21-Wed. PARKINSONS DISEASE (PD) THROUGH PICTURES
AND POETRY: NEUROLOGICAL NARRATIVES IN PRE-REGISTRATION
PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION. Diana Jones, United Kingdom
SI-PO-302-11-Wed. THE USE OF SIMULATION FOR EXAMINATION IN
PHYSIOTHERAPY. Shannon Williams, Australia

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SI-PO-302-9-Wed. USING RUBRICS FOR ASSESSMENT AND MUSCULOSKELETAL: Spine 4


PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT. Suzanne Brown, United States of RR-PO-207-5-Wed. COMPARISON OF THE FEATURES OF POSTURAL
America CONTROL ABILITIES ON UNSTABLE SITTING FOR ADOLESCENTS WITH
SI-PO-302-7-Wed. TEACHING EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IN A AND WITHOUT NON-SPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN. Satoshi Okubo,
BACHELOR-CURRICULUM IN SWITZERLAND: IMPLEMENTATION AND Japan
EVALUATION. Gere Luder, Switzerland RR-PO-207-7-Wed. UPPER TRAPEZIUS RECRUITMENT PATTERNS
SI-PO-302-5-Wed. AN EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO WITH A REPETITIVE UPPER LIMB TASK IN FEMALES WITH WHIPLASH
FACILITATING LEARNING IN THE MILLENNIUM GENERATION. Cecilia ASSOCIATED DISORDER II AND HEALTHY WOMEN. Marj Belot,
Graham, United States of America Canada

Poster displays - Wednesday


SI-PO-302-3-Wed. NEUROLOGY IN SCENE: DRAMATIZATION AS A RR-PO-207-15-Wed. CORE PROMISES - THE "TRANSVERSUS
TOOL IN UNDER GRADUATION COURSES. Clynton Loureno Corra, FEEDFORWARD CORSET" HYPOTHESIS IN SPINAL STABILITY
Brazil EXPLAINED BY THE PUSH - THROW MOTOR CONTROL CONTINUUM?.
Garry Allison, Australia
RR-PO-302-1-Wed. ENHANCING STUDENT EMPLOYABILITY USING
THE PEBBLEPAD EPORTFOLIO AND KEY SKILLS MAPPING. Claire RR-PO-208-3-Wed. COMPARISON OF MUSCLE ENERGY TECHNIQUE
Hamshire, United Kingdom AND POSITIONAL RELEASE THERAPY IN ACUTE LOW BACK PAIN
RCT. Anand Heggannavar, India
RR-PO-302-19-Wed. OUTCOMES ASSOCIATED WITH AMERICAN AND
CANADIAN STUDENT-DIRECTED PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINICS: RR-PO-207-17-Wed. THE VALIDITY OF RED FLAGS TO DIAGNOSE
STUDENT AND PATIENT PERSPECTIVES. Geoff Bostick, Canada SPINAL NEOPLASMS. Laura Finucane, United Kingdom
RR-PO-207-19-Wed. INDIVIDUAL PHYSIOTHERAPY IMPROVES
MUSCULOSKELETAL: General 4 PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN SPINAL PAIN PATIENTS - A
SI-PO-303-23-Wed. INTERSESSION RELIABILITY OF STANDING PRAGMATIC PILOT STUDY. Lindsay M Bearne, United Kingdom
SPINAL POSTURE IN YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS BY OPTO-REFLECTIVE
MOTION ANALYSIS SYSTEM. Meng Fang Li, Taiwan RR-PO-207-11-Wed. DETERMINANTS OF CHANGE IN PERCEIVED
DISABILITY OF PATIENTS WITH NON-SPECIFIC CHRONIC LOW BACK
RR-PO-303-13-Wed. WHICH CLINICAL PREDICTION RULES IN PAIN. Paul Hodselmans, Netherlands
PHYSICAL THERAPY CAN BE USED WITH CONFIDENCE? A
LITERATURE REVIEW. Alessandro Chiarotto, Italy RR-PO-207-27-Wed. WHAT ARE THE DISCRIMINATORY CLINICAL
FEATURES FOR SUB-CLASSIFYING NON-SPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN IN
SI-PO-303-15-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF THERAPEUTIC TAPING FOR GREECE?. Christopher McCarthy, United Kingdom
MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS; A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.
Maria Constantinou, Australia RR-PO-207-1-Wed. EFFECTS OF AGE ON PAIN INTENSITY,
DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS, DISABILITY LEVEL AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN
RR-PO-303-17-Wed. COMPARISON OF MUSCLE TENDERNESS AND PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN. Ugur Cavlak, Turkey
GENERAL PAIN PERCEPTION BETWEEN SUBJECTS WITH
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS. RR-PO-207-23-Wed. THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF A TREATMENT-
Anelise Silveira, Canada BASED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR LOW BACK PAIN: RESULTS OF A
RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION.
RR-PO-303-19-Wed. THE MCKENZIE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM Adri Apeldoorn, Netherlands
APPLIED TO THE EXTREMITIES: THE PREVALENCE OF MECHANICAL
SYNDROMES AND THE PREFERRED LOADING STRATEGIES. Stephen RR-PO-207-25-Wed. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS OF CHRONIC LOW
May, United Kingdom BACK PAIN PATIENTS. Lyndsay Alexander, United Kingdom
SI-PO-304-7-Wed. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY RR-PO-207-21-Wed. HYPERMOBILITY, COORDINATION AND SPINAL
INTERVENTIONS IN CHRONIC MUSCULO-SKELETAL DISEASE: AN PAIN: AN INHERENT ASSOCIATION. Carol Clark, United Kingdom
OVERVIEW OF REVIEWS. Roy Elbers, Netherlands RR-PO-206-25-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF TRUNK BALANCE EXERCISES
RR-PO-304-15-Wed. PATIENT-CENTREDNESS: A CONCEPTUAL IN SUBJECTS WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN. Andrea Tettamanti,
FRAMEWORK FOR MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPY. Mary Italy
Sexton, United Kingdom RR-PO-208-1-Wed. MECHANICAL LUMBAR TRACTION IN
RR-PO-304-13-Wed. POSTURE, TMJ AND CERVICAL RANGE OF CONJUNCTION WITH CONVENTIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR
MOTION IN DIFFERENT OCCLUSAL CLASSES. Cristiane Pedroni, Brazil MANAGEMENT OF LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION. Mohamad Pakzad,
Canada
RR-PO-304-11-Wed. TOWARDS CONSENSUS ON DETERMINANTS OF
FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY TEST RESULTS OF PATIENTS WITH NON- RR-PO-207-3-Wed. EMG-BASED SPINE REHABILITATION: A PATIENT
SPECIFIC MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN; A DELPHI STUDY. Sandra Lakke, WITH LUMBOSACRAL RADICULOPATHY AND POLIOMYELITIES.
Netherlands Mohammed Badghish, Saudi Arabia
RR-PO-304-9-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CERVICAL MUSCULOSKELETAL: Upper Limb 4
MUSCULOSKELETAL IMPAIRMENTS AND TEMPOROMANDIBULAR SI-PO-306-1-Wed. FROM CLINICAL GUIDELINE TO DAILY PRACTICE :
DISORDERS: CLINICAL AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC VARIABLES. 23 QUALITY CRITERIA FOR REHABILITATION AFTER ROTATOR CUFF
Susan Armijo-Olivo, Canada TEAR SURGERY AND SHOULDER ARTHROPLASTY. Jolle Andre Vert,
RR-PO-304-5-Wed. BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT France
AGAINST REGRESSION OF CAPILLARY NETWORK IN ATROPHIED RR-PO-305-23-Wed. PROPOSAL OF HAND SENSORY REEDUCATION
SLOW MUSCLE. Miho Kanazashi, Japan PROGRAM IN PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIES: PRELIMINARY
RR-PO-304-1-Wed. USE IT OR LOSE IT: ANKLE MOVEMENT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Marisa Fonseca, Brazil
PERFORMANCE CAPACITY AND THE USE THEORY. Gordon RR-PO-305-21-Wed. TRIGGER POINTS AND PRESSURE PAIN
Waddington, Australia THRESHOLDS IN THE SHOULDER COMPLEX MUSCLES IN SUBJECTS
RR-PO-303-21-Wed. EFFECTS OF MENTAL PRACTICE ON MUSCLE WITH SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME. Paula Camargo, Brazil
STRENGTH IN TASK-ORIENTED MOVEMENT : A RANDOMIZED RR-PO-305-19-Wed. MEASUREMENT OF EXTERNAL 3-DIMENSIONAL
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Masaki Kitaura, Japan METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT MOMENTS DURING KEY-TURNING
RR-PO-304-3-Wed. EFFECTS OF SHORT TERM AQUATIC EXERCISE ON ACTIVITY BY THE ELDERLY AND RELEVANCE TO THEIR FUNCTIONAL
GENERAL PHYSICAL PARAMETERS IN BURN PATIENTS. Mieke CAPABILITY. Sivaramkumar Shanmugam, United Kingdom
Anthonissen, Belgium

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RR-PO-306-3-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRIP STRENGTH AND RR-PO-209-16-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF WALKING STICKS IN
UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTIONS IN LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS: IS THERE COMMUNITY-AMBULATORY INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC STROKE
ANY DIFFERENCE IN DIFFERENT ELBOW POSITIONING?. Filiz Can, ON GAIT PARAMETERS AND PATIENTS OPINIONS. Aline Scianni,
Turkey Brazil
RR-PO-305-17-Wed. SUBACROMIAL SHOULDER COMPLAINTS IN RR-PO-209-6-Wed. MOTIVATING MOBILITY - CLINICAL EVALUATION
PHYSIOTHERAPY AND GENERAL PRACTICE. Margit Kooijman, OF TWO CASE STUDIES DEVELOPING NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO
Netherlands MOTIVATE REHABILITATION POST-STROKE. Anna Wilkinson, United
Kingdom
RR-PO-305-15-Wed. A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THREE DIFFERENT MODES RR-PO-209-20-Wed. BASELINE KNOWLEDGE OF STROKE IN A SEMI-
OF EXERCISE FOR CHRONIC SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME. RURAL IRISH COMMUNITY. Geraldine O'Callaghan, Ireland
Poster displays - Wednesday

Stuart Heron, United Kingdom


RR-PO-208-24-Wed. IMPROVING WALKING USING TREADMILL
RR-PO-305-13-Wed. EFFECT OF CYCLIC LOADINGS SIMULATING WALKING WITH BODY WEIGHT SUPPORT IN SUBACUTE NON-
OSCILLATORY JOINT MOBILIZATION ON THE POSTERIOR CAPSULE IN AMBULATORY STROKE: THE MOBILISE TRIAL. Louise Ada, Australia
THE GLENOHUMERAL JOINT: A CADAVERIC STUDY. Takayuki Muraki, RR-PO-209-24-Wed. PATIENTS EXPERIENCES OF LIVING WITH A
Japan
STROKE AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR SELF-MANAGEMENT: A
RR-PO-305-5-Wed. PNF INDUCED FORCE IRRADIATION ON SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF QUALITATIVE STUDIES. Ayfer Kahraman,
SELECTED SHOULDER MUSCLES: AN ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC United Kingdom
INVESTIGATION. Michaela Reimann, Germany
RR-PO-209-26-Wed. PREDICTIVE AND REACTIVE CONTROL OF GRIP
RR-PO-305-7-Wed. SHOULDER MUSCLES ACTIVATION DURING FORCE IN STROKE PATIENTS. Yannick Bleyenheuft, Belgium
ASCENDING AND DESCENDING PHASES OF PUSH UP EXERCISE WITH
RR-PO-209-18-Wed. A TASTE OF WHAT COULD HAPPEN: LIVED
EXTERNAL LOAD. Bita Vaseghi, Iran
EXPERIENCE OF TRANSIENT ISCHAEMIC ATTACK. Margaret Hewett,
RR-PO-305-1-Wed. DIFFERENCE OF THE CLINICAL RESULTS United Kingdom
BETWEEN PATIENTS THAT UNDERGO ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR WITH RR-PO-209-4-Wed. ACTIVATION TIMINGS OF THE SCAPULAR
OR WITHOUT REMOVING THE CORACOACROMIAL LIGAMENT. Shinji STABILIZERS IN SUBJECTS WITH A STROKE AFFECTING THE RIGHT
Takahara, Japan VERSUS LEFT HEMISPHERES. Silvia Ferreira, Portugal
RR-PO-304-23-Wed. RISK FACTORS FOR SICK LEAVE AMONG
RR-PO-209-2-Wed. SHAPE AND LENGTH DISCRIMINATION
WORKERS WITH NON-TRAUMATIC COMPLAINTS AT ARM, NECK AND
FOLLOWING IMPOSED PASSIVE MOVEMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH
SHOULDER. Anita Feleus, Netherlands
SUBCORTICAL STROKE VERSUS HEALTHY CONTROLS. Ann Van de
RR-PO-304-21-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF THE END-RANGE/ Winckel, Belgium
SCAPULAR MOBILIZATION APPROACH IN A SUBGROUP OF SUBJECTS
SI-PO-208-26-Wed. A TWO-DAY INTEGRATED KNOWLEDGE
WITH FROZEN SHOULDER SYNDROME: A RANDOMIZED CONTROL
TRANSLATION FORUM TO IDENTIFY SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES TO
TRIAL. Hanyi Huang, Taiwan
FACILITATE GUIDELINE IMPLEMENTATION FOR WALKING
RR-PO-304-19-Wed. RECIPROCAL ACTIVATION OF THE ROTATOR REHABILITATION POST-STROKE. Nancy Salbach, Canada
CUFF MUSCLES PROVIDES SHOULDER STABILITY DURING RAPID RR-PO-208-20-Wed. THE EFFECT OF A VIDEO GAME SYSTEM ON
SHOULDER FLEXION-EXTENSION. Karen Ginn, Australia BALANCE AND GAIT AFTER STROKE. Fabio Cyrillo, Brazil
RR-PO-305-9-Wed. INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF MEASUREMENTS
RR-PO-208-18-Wed. INFLUENCE OF REACH TRAINING WITH ARM
OF PASSIVE MOVEMENTS IN UPPER EXTREMITY JOINTS. Rachel van
SUPPORT ON UNSUPPORTED ARM MOVEMENTS IN CHRONIC
de Pol, Netherlands
STROKE. Gerdienke Prange, Netherlands
RR-PO-304-17-Wed. RESTING AND THERAPIST-CORRECTED
RR-PO-208-16-Wed. TREADMILL WALKING EXERCISE TRAINING:
ORIENTATION OF THE SCAPULA IN PEOPLE WITH AND WITHOUT A
DOES IT REDUCE BALANCE IMPAIRMENTS IN PEOPLE WITH STROKE?.
HISTORY OF SHOULDER PAIN. Sarah Mottram, United Kingdom
Olajide Olawale, Nigeria
RR-PO-305-3-Wed. EVALUATION OF AN EXERCISE CONCEPT RR-PO-208-14-Wed. IMPACT OF A STRUCTURED PROGRESSIVE TASK-
FOCUSING ON ECCENTRIC STRENGTH TRAINING OF THE ROTATOR ORIENTED CIRCUIT CLASS TRAINING PROGRAM TO ENHANCE
CUFF FOR PATIENTS WITH SUBACROMIAL IMPINGEMENT WALKING COMPETENCY AFTER STROKE: THE FIT-STROKE TRIAL.
SYNDROME. Susanne Bernhardsson, Sweden Lotte Wevers, Netherlands
NEUROLOGY: Stroke 4 RR-PO-208-12-Wed. TREADMILL EXERCISE IMPROVES MEMORY
RR-PO-209-22-Wed. USE OF A NOVEL VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM FOR FUNCTION AFTER CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN RATS. Haruka Shimada,
THE ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF UNILATERAL SPATIAL Japan
NEGLECT: A FEASIBILITY STUDY. Heidi Sugarman, Israel RR-PO-208-10-Wed. THE ABILITY TO PRACTICE ADDS TO
RR-PO-209-8-Wed. EFFECTS OF TASK-ORIENTED TRAINING WITH TRADITIONAL PREDICTORS OF WALKING ABILITY AFTER STROKE: AN
SOMATOSENSORY STIMULATION ON PARETIC-HAND FUNCTION IN INCEPTION COHORT STUDY. Katharine Scrivener, Australia
PATIENTS WITH SUBACUTE STROKE: A PILOT RANDOMIZED RR-PO-208-8-Wed. SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF NON-
CONTROLLED TRIAL. Koki Ikuno, Japan PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC
RR-PO-209-10-Wed. WHICH MUSCLES HAVE THE GREATEST IMPACT ATTACK (TIA) AND NON-DISABLING STROKE (NDS) AS SECONDARY
ON WALKING SPEED IN PEOPLE WHO CAN WALK AFTER A STROKE?. STROKE PREVENTION, PRELIMINARY RESULTS. Marianne Thornton,
Simone Dorsch, Australia Canada
RR-PO-209-28-Wed. YOUNG PERSONS WITH STROKE ARE IN NEED RR-PO-208-6-Wed. THE ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF TREADMILL
OF REGULAR ASSESSMENTS AND INTERVENTIONS BY THE HEALTH WALKING FOLLOWING STROKE. Helen Kavanagh, Ireland
CARE SEVERAL YEARS AFTER STROKE. Susanne Palmcrantz, Sweden RR-PO-208-4-Wed. TEST RE-TESTS RELIABILITY AND DISCRIMINANT
RR-PO-209-14-Wed. EFFECTS OF WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION VALIDITY OF ULTRASONOGRAPHIC MEASUREMENTS OF ACROMION-
TRAINING ON BALANCE, MUSCLE FUNCTION, GAIT PERFORMANCE GREATER TUBEROSITY DISTANCE IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE.
AND PERCEIVED PARTICIPATION AFTER STROKE: A RANDOMIZED Praveen Kumar, United Kingdom
CONTROLLED STUDY. Christina Brogrdh, Sweden RR-PO-208-28-Wed. KNOWLEDGE AND USE OF STROKE
ASSESSMENT SCALES BY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN SELECTED
NIGERIAN HEALTH INSTITUTIONS. Chris Okafor, Nigeria

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SI-PO-209-12-Wed. ASSESSMENT OF BALANCE OF AMBULATORY SI-PO-211-2-Wed. UROLOGICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY REGIME IN THE


HEMIPARETIC PATIENTS USING BERG BALANCE SCALE AND BALANCE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF ONCOLOGY. Felipe Teixeira, Italy
MASTER. Anna-Maija Jppinen, Finland
RR-PO-210-26-Wed. ENHANCING DAILY WALKING ACTIVITY IN
RR-PO-210-4-Wed. THE USE OF AN ELASTOMERIC FABRIC ORTHOSIS CANCER SURVIVORS. Ruud Knols, Switzerland
TO OPTIMISE UPPER LIMB RECOVERY FOLLOWING STROKE. Margaret
RR-PO-210-24-Wed. UTILIZATION OF REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR
Mayston, United Kingdom
INPATIENT WITH CANCER IN TAIWAN: A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS
RR-PO-210-6-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF USING NINTENDO WII IN FROM NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE DATABASE. Heui-Fen Lin,
REHABILITATION OF CHRONIC STROKE PATIENTS WITH UPPER LIMB Taiwan
HEMIPARESIS. Donald Manlapaz, Philippines
RR-PO-210-22-Wed. THE HEALTH COST OF SURVIVORSHIP

Poster displays - Wednesday


RR-PO-210-8-Wed. RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MUSCLE FIBER FOLLOWING TREATMENT FOR BREAST CANCER FROM THE PATIENTS
CONDUCTION VELOCITY, TIME-FORCE CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSPECTIVE USING THE ICF AS A REFERENCE. Marese Cooney,
MUSCLE FORCE PRODUCTION AND RECOVERY STAGE IN PATIENTS Ireland
WITH HEMIPLEGIA. Kenichi Murakami, Japan
RR-PO-210-20-Wed. EXPANDING THE HOSPICE INTERDISCIPLINARY
RR-PO-210-10-Wed. ROBOTIC EVALUATION OF THE LOSS OF TEAM: IMPACT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTION ON
INDEPENDENT JOINT CONTROL IN THE UPPER EXTREMITY OF FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES IN A COMMUNITY HOSPICE. Karen Mueller,
INDIVIDUALS WITH ACUTE STROKE. Michael D Ellis, United States of United States of America
America
RR-PO-210-18-Wed. DO PATIENTS WITH LUNG CANCER BENEFIT
RR-PO-210-12-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF HAND VIBRATION TO IMPROVE FROM PHYSICAL EXERCISE?. Andreas Holst Andersen, Denmark
MOTOR OUTPUT AND DEXTERITY IN CHRONIC STROKE SUBJECTS.
SI-PO-211-6-Wed. THE ROLE OF THE PHYSIOTHERAPY IN THE
Robert Forget, Canada
CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF PROSTATE CANCER A LITERATURE
RR-PO-210-14-Wed. AGREEMENT BETWEEN HEALTH RELATED REVIEW. Bernardo Micoli Sampaio, Italy
QUALITY OF LIFE ASSESSMENTS BY STROKE SURVIVORS AND THEIR
PROXIES. Aderonke Akinpelu, Nigeria PAEDIATRICS: Neurology 4
RR-PO-210-2-Wed. ISOKINETIC MUSCULAR PERFORMANCE OF THE RR-PO-308-18-Wed. INITIAL STUDY OF NEUROBEHAVIORAL
SHOULDER COMPLEX IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHRONIC STROKE. DEVELOPMENT OF PRETERM AND SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE
Marina Pinheiro, Brazil APPROPRIATE. Inalu B Silva, Brazil
RR-PO-308-6-Wed. PEDAL POWER PILOT STUDY: ADAPTED
ONCOLOGY & PALLIATIVE CARE 4 DYNAMIC CYCLING FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Karen
RR-PO-211-14-Wed. EVALUATION OF AN EXERCISE PROGRAMME Visser, United Kingdom
FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE COMPLETED TREATMENT FOR BREAST RR-PO-308-20-Wed. DURATION OF SYMPTOM-FREE PERIOD AND
CANCER. Ellen Hardie, United Kingdom
IMPACT ON CLINICAL OUTCOME IN CHILDREN AFTER CONCUSSION.
RR-PO-211-16-Wed. MUSCULOSKELETAL COMPLAINTS AND Isabelle Gagnon, Canada
QUALITY OF LIFE OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WEARING AN
RR-PO-307-12-Wed. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FUNCTION AND
EXTERNAL BREAST PROSTHESIS BRA FOLLOWING MASTECTOMY.
HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE OF SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN
Nele Adriaenssens, Belgium
WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Byoung-Hee Lee, Korea
RR-PO-211-18-Wed. INFLUENCE OF MYOCUTANEOUS FLAPS ON
RR-PO-306-10-Wed. QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF TRUNK
TTHE REHABILITATION OUTCOMES OF ORAL CARCINOMA PATIENTS
DEFORMITY IN NON-AMBULANT CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY:
POST RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY. Chintu Philip, India
IS THE DEFORMITY GREATER ON THE TRANSVERSE PLANE?. Haruhiko
RR-PO-211-20-Wed. EFFECTS OF EXERCISE PROGRAM ON AEROBIC Sato, Japan
CAPACITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN WITH RR-PO-306-12-Wed. CONCURRENT VALIDATION OF A CLINICAL
LYMPHOBLASTIC LEUKEMIA. Fatma Hegazy, United Arab Emirates
DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM FOR POLIOMYELITIS AND
RR-PO-211-22-Wed. ALTERED PATTERN OF CERVICAL MUSCLE INJECTION PALSY USING REFERRING PHYSICIANS MEDICAL
ACTIVATION DURING PERFORMANCE OF A FUNCTIONAL UPPER LIMB DIAGNOSIS. Emmanuel John, United States of America
TASK IN BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS. Carolina Fernandez-Lao, Spain
RR-PO-306-14-Wed. BALANCE PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN WITH
RR-PO-211-12-Wed. QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER (DCD): SENSORY
DIFFERENCES IN IMPACT WITH TIME SINCE TREATMENT. Fiona CONTRIBUTIONS AND RELATIONSHIP TO ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION.
Coutts, United Kingdom Marco Pang, Hong Kong
RR-PO-211-28-Wed. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN GENETIC AND RR-PO-306-16-Wed. CHANGES IN ANTICIPATORY POSTURAL
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS FOR THE LYMPHEDEMA DEVELOPMENT ADJUSTMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AFTER PLAYING
IN PATIENTS SUBMITTED TO SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR BREAST THE MODIFIED WII FITTM VIDEOGAME. Wen-Yu Liu, Taiwan
CANCER. Ana C Padula Ribeiro Pereira, Brazil
RR-PO-306-18-Wed. PARENTS EXPERIENCES OF STRETCHING AS A
RR-PO-210-28-Wed. VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR-A HOME PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY - FROM
AND CANCEROUS CHANGES IN TUMOR-BEARING MICE MODEL WITH AUTHORITY TO COACH. Anncristine Fjellman-Wiklund, Sweden
LEWIS LUNG CANCER CELLS. Meng Shu Tsai, Taiwan
RR-PO-306-20-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INTENSIVE SIX WEEK
SI-PO-210-16-Wed. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DURING CANCER GRADED EXERCISE PROGRAMMES FOR NON AMBULANT CHILDREN
TREATMENT (PACT) STUDY: DESIGN OF A RANDOMISED CLINICAL AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. Terry Pountney, United
TRIAL. Miranda Velthuis, Netherlands Kingdom
RR-PO-211-24-Wed. PROTOCOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF HEAD AND RR-PO-306-22-Wed. THE BEHAVIOR OF PALMAR GRASPING
NECK LYMPHEDEMA. Pascale Tacani, Brazil STRENGTH IN INFANTS - A PILOT STUDY. Eloisa Tudella, Brazil
RR-PO-211-10-Wed. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EXTENT OF POST RR-PO-306-24-Wed. COGNITIVE, PERCEPTUAL, GROSS MOTOR
BREAST CANCER LYMPHOEDEMA AND IMPACTS ON QUALITY OF DYSFUNCTION IN CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY: A CROSS SECTIONAL
LIFE. Catherine Bulley, United Kingdom STUDY. Swati Surkar, India
SI-PO-211-8-Wed. ARE RESISTANCE EXERCISES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE RR-PO-307-2-Wed. AGE AND BODY ORIENTATION INFLUENCE IN
FOR WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER WHO ARE UNDERGOING HEAD MOVEMENTS OF 1-TO-4-MONTHS OLD INFANTS. Carolina
CHEMOTHERAPY AND/OR RADIATION THERAPY?. Margaret Rinehart- Daniel de Lima-Alvarez, Brazil
Ayres, United States of America

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To help delegates find specific posters, all poster display numbers are formatted as Row Number Board Number Day
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RR-PO-308-12-Wed. LONGITUDINAL STUDY THROUGH TIMED SI-PO-309-14-Wed. PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT IN


TESTING AND FUNCTIONAL SCALES OF CHILDREN WITH DUCHENNE CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: MEASURING PHYSICAL CAPACITY OR
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY. Tatiana Maciel Pizzato, Brazil BEHAVIOR?. Ivan Huijnen, Netherlands
RR-PO-307-10-Wed. BRAIN ACTIVATION RESPONSES TO RR-PO-309-8-Wed. THE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH DURING PAIN EXPOSURE IN PREMATURE PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN WITH HIGH
INFANTS. Shohei Ohgi, Japan AND LOW SELF-EFFICACY LEVELS. Derek Griffin, Ireland
RR-PO-308-16-Wed. EXPLORATION OF TECHNOLOGY USE FOR SI-PO-309-12-Wed. INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS
ENJOYABLE TASK-SPECIFIC PRACTICE TO IMPROVE SELECTIVE USING ACUPUNCTURE. Val Hopwood, United Kingdom
VOLITIONAL MUSCLE ACTIVATION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL
RR-PO-309-2-Wed. CAN PAIN PHYSIOLOGY EDUCATION CHANGE
PALSY. Sarah McCoy, United States of America
Poster displays - Wednesday

PAIN COGNITIONS AND DESCENDING NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSING IN


RR-PO-307-14-Wed. IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIBROMYALGIA? A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Jessica Van
ACQUISITION OF BASIC MOTOR ABILITIES AND QUALITY OF Oosterwijck, Belgium
MOVEMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY?. Liv Strand, RR-PO-308-24-Wed. CHANGES IN MOTOR FUNCTION WITH PAIN: IS
Norway IT ALL IN THE BRAIN?. Siobhan Schabrun, Australia
RR-PO-307-16-Wed. CHILD DETERMINANTS OF SELF-CARE,
RR-PO-310-4-Wed. TRANSLATION AND USE OF THE PROFILE OF
PARTICIPATION, AND PLAYFULNESS OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH
CHRONIC PAIN IN ASSESSMENT OF CHINESE-BORN OLDER ADULTS
CEREBRAL PALSY. Lisa Chiarello, United States of America
RESIDING IN THE UNITED STATES. E Anne Reicherter, United States of
RR-PO-307-18-Wed. LOWER LIMB MUSCLE MORPHOLOGICAL America
PROPERTIES IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY
RR-PO-309-10-Wed. MANAGING KNEE PAIN DUE TO VENOUS AND
COMPARED TO TYPICALLY DEVELOPING CHILDREN. Lee Barber,
LYMPHATIC CONGESTION WITH HOME PROGRAM OF MANUAL
Australia
LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE AND OVER-THE-COUNTER COMPRESSION
RR-PO-307-20-Wed. ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF STOCKINGS. Kathleen Hummel-Berry, United States of America
QUADRICEPS MUSCLE AMONG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY RR-PO-309-4-Wed. PSYCHOLOGICAL MORBIDITY AND QUALITY OF
UNDERWATER AND ON DRY GROUND. Tathiana Trcoli, Brazil
LIFE AMONG PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM CHRONIC PAIN. Sigrn Vala
RR-PO-307-22-Wed. MOTOR PERFORMANCE OF NEWBORN INFANTS Bjrnsdttir, Iceland
DISCHARGED FROM NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU).
Jaqueline Frnio, Brazil RESPIRATORY / PULMONARY 4
RR-PO-307-24-Wed. RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY OF HOME- RR-PO-213-11-Wed. THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY ON THE
BASED TREADMILL TRAINING FOR AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH EXPRESSION OF INTERLEUKIN-8 IN PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM
SPINA BIFIDA. Janke de Groot, Netherlands CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. Katarzyna Bogacz,
Poland
SI-PO-308-4-Wed. DESCRIBING PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT IN
CEREBRAL PALSY: WHAT ARE THE CORE ELEMENTS ? PROPOSAL FOR RR-PO-212-15-Wed. QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS WITH ASTHMA
A TRIAL CHECKLIST AND RELIABILITY STUDY. Luisa Rossetti, Italy AND COPD ATTENDING A TERTIARY ACADEMIC HOSPITAL
RESPIRATORY CLINIC IN THE WESTERN CAPE. Farhana Karachi, South
RR-PO-308-10-Wed. ENHANCING THE TREADMILL CONTEXT: Africa
IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE WITH INFANTS WITH
MYELOMENINGOCELE. Victoria Moerchen, United States of America RR-PO-213-3-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF EMOTIONAL FACTORS AND
COPING STRATEGIES ON PULMONARY REHABILITATION INITIAL
RR-PO-308-14-Wed. ANALYSIS OF THE TEMPORAL-SPATIAL ATTENDANCE IN PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY
PARAMETERS OF THE UPPER LIMBS WITH USE OF LOAD BRACELET IN DISEASE. Lorna Johnson, United Kingdom
CHILDREN WITH CHOREOATHETOSIS CEREBRAL PALSY. Izabela
Comin, Brazil SI-PO-213-1-Wed. EDINBURGH COMMUNITY RESPIRATORY TEAM:
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO MANAGING THE COPD POPULATION
SI-PO-307-4-Wed. ROBOTIC MOBILITY AND INFANT CAPABILITY. IN EDINBURGH CITY. Clair Sparrius, United Kingdom
Helene Larin, United States of America
RR-PO-212-27-Wed. DEALING WITH BOUNDARIES: AN
PAIN MANAGEMENT 4 ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY INTO SELF-MANAGEMENT IDEALS-IN-
ACTION WITHIN A LOCAL PULMONARY REHABILITATION SETTING.
RR-PO-309-24-Wed. PAIN-RELATED FEAR - A CRITICAL REVIEW OF
Feyuna Jansma, Netherlands
THE RELATED MEASURES. Mari Lundberg, Sweden
SI-PO-213-25-Wed. A PHYSIOTHERAPY-LED OXYGEN REVIEW CLINIC
RR-PO-308-22-Wed. PREDICTORS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY
FOR PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE.
REHABILITATION OUTCOME IN FIBROMYALGIA: A SYSTEMATIC
Marian Johnson, Ireland
REVIEW. Aleid de Rooij, Netherlands
RR-PO-310-2-Wed. QIGONG AND EXERCISE THERAPY IN PATIENTS RR-PO-212-21-Wed. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SELF REGULATION IN
COPD PATIENTS, AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY. Ellen Postma, Netherlands
WITH LONG-TERM NECK PAIN: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL.
Birgitta Lansinger, Sweden RR-PO-213-7-Wed. STROKE EFFECTS ON INSPIRATORY MUCLES:
ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC EVALUATION DURING INCREMENTAL
RR-PO-309-22-Wed. DO CHANGES IN COGNITIVE FACTORS
MUSCLE TRAINING IN HEMIPARETICS SUBJECTS. Armele Dornelas de
UNDERPIN REDUCTIONS IN DISABILITY FOLLOWING
Andrade, Brazil
PHYSIOTHERAPY? A PROCESS ANALYSIS STUDY. Dave Thompson,
United Kingdom RR-PO-212-17-Wed. PREOPERATIVE INSPIRATORY MUSCLE
TRAINING IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ESOPHAGEAL SURGERY.
RR-PO-309-20-Wed. TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION
Daniela Dettling-Ihnenfeldt, Netherlands
OF THE MOTOR CORTEX IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC LOW BACK
PAIN: A RANDOMISED, DOUBLE-BLIND STUDY. Neil E O'Connell, RR-PO-212-23-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF EXERCISE STRESS ON
United Kingdom DIAPHRAGM MUSCLE TISSUE UNDER LOW OXYGEN LEVELS AT
NORMAL PRESSURE. Sangun Lee, Japan
RR-PO-309-18-Wed. PAIN CARACTHERISTICS AND DIMENSIONS IN
LEPROSY PATIENTS: A PILOT STUDY. Artur Gosling, Brazil RR-PO-212-13-Wed. EXTENT OF
CARDIOPULMONARYPHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE AND FACTORS
RR-PO-309-16-Wed. EFFECTIVENESS OF SUBOCCIPITAL SOFT TISSUE
AFFECTING CARDIOPULMONARY PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE
THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE.
Antonia Gmez Conesa, Spain AMONG PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN SOUTH WESTERN NIGERIA. Nse
Odunaiya, Nigeria

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RR-PO-212-11-Wed. SUCTIONING THE ADULT PATIENT: A RR-PO-312-1-Wed. DESCRIPTION OF PAIN AND ACTIVITY IN WOMEN
COMPARISON OF PRACTICE AMONG PHYSIOTHERAPISTS, WITH BACK PAIN IN UGANDA: A PILOT STUDY. Lena Nilsson-Wikmar,
RESPIRATORY THERAPISTS AND NURSES. Tom J Overend, Canada Sweden
RR-PO-212-7-Wed. THE EFFECT OF NASAL BREATHING ON RR-PO-312-3-Wed. ASSESSMENT OF SEXUAL AND URINARY
ENDURANCE EXERCISE. Emily Baker, France COMPLAINTS IN PREGNANT WOMEN AND THE IMPACT OF URINARY
INCONTINENCE IN THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE. Sabrina Enomoto, Brazil
RR-PO-212-5-Wed. IMPACT OF AN INTERVAL TRAINING PROGRAM
ON HEART RATE VARIABILITY (HRV) OF CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE RR-PO-312-5-Wed. THE EFFECT OF CRYOTHERAPY IN PERINEAL PAIN
PULMONARY DISEASE (COPD) PATIENTS. Marcelo Cano, Chile AFTER VAGINAL CHILDBIRTH WITH EPISIOTOMY. Ana Carolina S.
Beleza, Brazil
RR-PO-212-3-Wed. RESPIRATORY MUSCLE ENDURANCE TRAINING IN

Poster displays - Wednesday


OBESE PATIENTS. Jean Christophe Villiot-Danger, France RR-PO-312-7-Wed. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE SIT-TO-WALK
MOTION DURING PREGNANCY. Yasuyo Sunaga, Japan
RR-PO-212-1-Wed. PNEUMATIC PERFORMANCE OF THE
BOUSSIGNAC CPAP. Maria Sehlin, Sweden RR-PO-312-11-Wed. DOES REGULAR EXERCISE IN PREGNANCY
INCREASE LUMBOPELVIC PAIN?. Signe Nilssen Stafne, Norway
RR-PO-213-15-Wed. POTENTIAL USE OF A 3-MIN WALK TEST TO
ASSESS EXERCISE TOLERANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RR-PO-311-1-Wed. ACUTE EFFECTS OF STOCHASTIC AND
OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. Akira Ishikawa, Japan SINUSOIDAL WHOLE BODY VIBRATION ON PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE
ACTIVATION. Helena Luginbuehl Greco, Switzerland
RR-PO-213-17-Wed. THE CURRENT CLINICAL USE OF POSITIVE
EXPIRATORY PRESSURE (PEP) BY PHYSIOTHERAPISTS IN NEW SOUTH RR-PO-312-15-Wed. URINARY INCONTINENCE IN PREGNANCY AND
WALES, AUSTRALIA. Jennifer Mackney, Australia POSTPARTUM. Paula Clara Santos, Portugal
RR-PO-213-19-Wed. INSPIRATORY MUSCLE STRENGTH AND RR-PO-312-17-Wed. INFLUENCE OF REGULAR AEROBIC EXERCISE ON
MULTIDIMENSIONAL DISEASE SEVERITY IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASODILATION AND CARDIO-
OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. Melda Saglam, Turkey RESPIRATORY FITNESS IN PREGNANT WOMEN. Robinson Ramirez-
Velez, Colombia
RR-PO-213-23-Wed. INHALED CORTICOSTEROID FOR LONG-TERM
CONTROL OF ASTHMA DOES NOT DECREASE THE RESPIRATORY RR-PO-312-19-Wed. FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION IN WOMEN
MUSCLE STRENGTH. Alexandre Luque, Brazil WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS OR LOW RISK AND NON-
PREGNANT. Cristine Homsi Jorge Ferreira, Brazil
RR-PO-213-13-Wed. BIOMASS BURNING IMPAIRS MUCOCILIARY
CLEARANCE AND MUCUS IN FARM WORKERS. Danielle Miyuki Goto, RR-PO-312-9-Wed. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT AND FUNCTION OF THE
Brazil PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE IN NULLIPAROUS PREGNANT WOMEN.
Gunvor Hilde, Norway
RR-PO-212-19-Wed. PULMONARY REHABILITATION: IS OUR SERVICE
ETHNICALLY DIVERSE?. Chloe Apps, United Kingdom RR-PO-311-23-Wed. THE INFLUENCE OF AEROBIC AND RESISTANCE
TRAINING ON MECHANICAL BONE STRENGTH IN PREMENOPAUSAL
SELF-REFERRAL/DIRECT ACCESS 4 WOMEN UNDERGOING BREAST CANCER ENDOCRINE THERAPY.
RR-PO-312-23-Wed. PHYSIOTHERAPISTS ARE COMPETENT PRIMARY Katarzyna Hojan, Poland
ASSESSORS OF PATIENTS WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS IN RR-PO-310-23-Wed. EVALUATION OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES IN
PRIMARY CARE AND PATIENTS ARE SATISFIED WITH THE WOMEN WITH CONTINENCE AND STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
ASSESSMENT. Maria Ludvigsson, Sweden USING A BIDIRECTIONAL AND VARIABLE-OPENING EQUIPMENT.
RR-PO-312-21-Wed. DIRECT ACCESS TO PHYSIOTHERAPY - Fabiana Nunes, Brazil
EXPERIENCE IN OTHER COUNTRIES. Mandy Scheermesser, Switzerland RR-PO-311-3-Wed. CHANGES IN PFM FUNCTION FOLLOWING
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN URINARY INCONTINENT POSTMENOPAUSAL
SERVICE DELIVERY 4 WOMEN WITH OSTEOPOROSIS OR LOW BONE DENSITY. Meena Sran,
RR-PO-310-11-Wed. A PILOT STUDY TO INVESTIGATE THE Canada
FEASIBILITY OF A GENERIC REHABILITATION ASSISTANT TO DELIVER
ENHANCED WARD-BASED REHABILITATION AFTER CRITICAL ILLNESS. RR-PO-311-5-Wed. THE EFFECTS OF A POSTPARTUM EDUCATION
Lisa Salisbury, United Kingdom PROGRAM ON SYMPTOMS AND HEALTHCARE SEEKING BEHAVIORS
IN NEW MOTHERS. Cindy Neville, United States of America
SI-PO-310-15-Wed. THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS ROLE IN
THE DELIVERY OF PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES IN THE UNITED RR-PO-311-9-Wed. SPINAL CURVATURE AND CHARACTERISTICS OF
STATES. Holly Clynch, United States of America POSTURAL CHANGE IN PREGNANT WOMEN; LUMBAR KYPHOSIS AND
THORACIC KYPHOSIS. Natsuko Okanishi, Japan
RR-PO-310-13-Wed. WHAT ARE THE FACTORS INFLUENCING
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS DELIVERY OF RESPIRATORY CARE IN A MILITARY RR-PO-311-11-Wed. EFFECTS OF EXERCISE THERAPY ON CARDIAC
FIELD HOSPITAL IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN. Charlotte Jacques, HEALTH AFTER MENOPAUSE: FROM CLINICAL TO BENCH EVIDENCE.
United Kingdom Shin-Da Lee, Taiwan
RR-PO-310-9-Wed. UNMET SERVICE-DELIVERY NEEDS THROUGHOUT RR-PO-311-13-Wed. EVALUATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF LUMBAR
HOSPITAL DISCHARGE PATHWAYS: THE CASE OF PEDIATRIC OSTEOPOROSIS IN POSTURAL BALANCE IN POSTMENOPAUSAL
PHYSIOTHERAPY IN TUSCANY, ITALY. Francesca Gallino, Italy WOMEN. Guilherme Carlos Brech, Brazil
SI-PO-310-17-Wed. THE BEST PRACTICES IN PHYSIOTHERAPY IN RR-PO-311-15-Wed. EXERCISE ADHERENCE IS NOT A SIGNIFICANT
KUOPIO UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FINLAND. Annmari Kainulainen, PREDICTOR ON EFFECT OF PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE STRENGTHENING
Finland FOR WOMEN WITH URINARY INCONTINENCE. Hsiu-Chuan Hung,
Taiwan
SI-PO-310-19-Wed. STRATEGIES TO ALIGN HOME & COMMUNITY
CARE PRACTICE WITH THE GOAL TO ENHANCE CLIENTS SELF-CARE RR-PO-311-17-Wed. GRIP STRENGTH AND APPENDICULAR SKELETAL
MANAGEMENT. Cheryl Beach, Cape Verde MUSCLE MASS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT
HORMONE THERAPY. Daniela Abreu, Brazil
WOMENS HEALTH 4 RR-PO-311-19-Wed. EFFECTS OF BIOFEEDBACK USING A HOME
RR-PO-312-13-Wed. SEXUAL LIFE QUALITY EVALUATION IN WOMEN TRAINING DEVICE ON CONTROL OF STRESS URINARY
WITH VULVODYNIA AND RECURRENT VULVOVAGINITIS. Ndia INCONTINENCE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Tomoe
Cristina Polpeta, Brazil Hirakawa, Japan

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RR-PO-311-21-Wed. RECTAL BALLOON TRAINING AS ADD-ON


THERAPY TO PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING IN ADULTS WITH
FAECAL INCONTINENCE: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL.
Esther Bols, Netherlands
RR-PO-310-21-Wed. TRANSPERINEAL ULTRASOUND
MEASUREMENTS OF THE BLADDER NECK AND URETHRA IN
PREMENOPAUSAL URINARY INCONTINENT AND CONTINENT
WOMEN: A PILOT STUDY. Shari Brown, Canada
Poster displays - Wednesday

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Scientific programme
Thursday 23 June 2011
Thursday

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Room Auditorium Forum Emerald Room E104-105 E106-107 E103 G104 G105 G108 Elicium 1 Elicium 2 Room
Topaz D201-202 D203-204

Time Time
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NWS
NWS
WCPT Network
Paediatrics (IOPTP)
for ICF

08:30 08:30
PL:
Neurology:
multiple sclerosis FS: PL:
PL: PDS: DP: PL: NWS PL: PL:
FS: NWS Education : Information
Paediatrics: Outcome Patient Musculoskeletal: FunFitness- Musculoskeletal: Older People:
ICF PL: Meet the researchers/editors clinical management &
general 1 measures satisfaction lower limb 1 Special Olympics spine 3 general 2
Neurology: education technology
parkinson's
disease

10:00 10:00

10:45 10:45

DP: PL:
PL: PDS: PL: PL: WS: International Exhibitor FS: PL: PL:
FS: Multi- NWS International
Neurology: general Older people Musculoskeletal: Clinical policy support seminars: Cancer and Musculoskeletal: Outcome
Cerebral palsy professional Private practice (IPPA) classification of
1 general lower limb 2 education 1 group Hocoma exercise spine 4 measures 1
collaboration functionin (ICF)

12:15 12:15

NWS
LUNCH Health NWS
LUNCH
informatics / Education (ISEPT)
Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing e-Health
Unopposedposter andexhibitionviewing

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DP: Information Research PL: FS:
Cli i l
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Animal h i l M
Musculoskeletal:
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Outcome
Daily planner - Thursday 23 June 2011

technologies methodology Cardiothoracics 2 Moral action


education 2 general 2 therapy (IAPTAP) spine 5 2 measures 2
general

15:15 15:15

16:00 16:00

Closing
Ceremony &
Abstract
Awards

17:30 17:30

Session Key

FS: Focused symposia PDS: Poster discussion sessions

DP: Discussion panel NWS: Networking sessions


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Session Poster positions Session Poster positions

Clinical education 301-02 to 301-22 Anatomy & physiology 201-01 to 201-19


Clinical reasoning 301-02 to 302-10 Epidemiology 201-21 to 201-25
Musculoskeletal: lower limb 302-12 to 304-16 Information management and technology 201-28 to 202-06
Neurology: multiple sclerosis 304-19 to 305-21 International classification of functioning (ICF) 202-07 to 202-17
Older people: general 306-02 to 307-24 Kinesiology/ movement analysis 202-19 to 204-09
Outcome measures 308-02 to 309-24 Musculoskeletal: spine 204-10 to 206-04
Paediatrics: musculoskeletal 310-01 to 310-11 Neurology: general 206-06 to 207-18
Neurology: parkinson's disease 207-20 to 208-16
Poster displays - Thursday 23 June 2011

Paediatrics: general 208-19 to 210-19


Paediatrics: respiratory 210-22 to 210-26
Professional practice: other 210-28 to 211-08
Quality and standards 212-11 to 211-16
Research methodology: general 211-20 to 211-28

Poster displays will change each day with posters on display from 10:00-17:30 (Thursday 10:00-16:00)
Poster presenters have been assigned a period of 1 hour (either 12:00-13:00 or 13:00-14:00) when they must be at their displays to discuss their poster with delegates
To help delegates navigate the poster area all poster displays have been formatted as Row Number - Board number - Day . For example RR-PO-309-25-Tue will be in row 309, at position 25 on Tuesday.
Row numbers 301-313 are in Hall 3, at the back left as you enter the exhibition area. Row numbers 201-213 are in Hall 2, at the back right as you enter.

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Focused symposia - Thursday 23 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


Concept to practice: Moving physical therapy forward using the ICF

Venue: RAI: Forum


Presenters: Alan Jette (United States of America), Reuben Escorpizo (Switzerland), Soraya Maart (South Africa),
Jiro Okochi (Japan)

Learning objectives
1. To learn current and concrete applications of the ICF and how it can be used in physical therapy research and clinical
care.
2. To recognise the challenges and opportunities of using the ICF in a clinical setting.
3. To recognise limitations in the current version of the ICF and promising areas for future research to advance the ICF
within physical therapy.
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Description
The International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) was approved by the World Health Assembly
in 2001. Eight years later, we have seen strong arguments on how the ICF can add value to patient management and to
investigating outcomes in rehabilitation. We see growing literature on the use of ICF in physical therapy research and
practice.
As a conceptual framework, the ICF has universality because of its inclusive and comprehensive view of human
functioning and disability regardless of the health condition. The ICF captures disability as the result of the interaction
between a person with impairment and his/her environment. This symposium will seek to address the advantages,
opportunities and challenges, and limitations of the ICF within the context of its use by physical therapy researchers
and clinicians.
Topics include:
recent efforts and concrete applications of the ICF in physical therapy practice and research
ICF-relevant issues on research methodology
measuring ICF concepts
the reliability challenge of the ICF in the geriatrics setting
a case example of developing an ICF-based assessment tool using the Rasch method
the ICF as a tool for implementing and monitoring global health and professional practice
the ICF as an instrument to identify environmental barriers to participation among people with disability
using the ICF to conceptualise the impact of disability in an under resourced community in South Africa
a case example of using the ICF to identify indicators for intervention
integration of the ICF in clinical documentation templates
Israel Cruz Velandia (Colombia) will join the panel discussion at the end.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Thursday 23 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Focused symposium


International clinical education: bridging global communities while developing
professional competency

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Celia Pechak (United States of America), Mark Hall (Canada), Carilus Okidi (Kenya),
Banakar Hampanna (India)

Learning objectives
1. To examine the benefits and challenges of international clinical education as a means of preparing physical
therapists to practice.
2. To explore the potential impact that student clinical placements have on community services in low-resource
settings and propose methods for evaluating impacts.

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3. To describe existing partnerships that exist between community programmes and international student placements
among 3 WCPT regions as potential models/frameworks for future educational collaborations.

Description
Global health educational initiatives have been gaining interest among students and faculty throughout health
professions education programmes, including physical therapy. An increasing number of students in North America
appear to be engaging in international clinical placements as part of their academic training. Despite this growth,
limited research has been done to explore the impacts of international student placements on the students or on the
hosts. These student placements place added demands upon students, faculty, and host communities. Additionally
they often occur in resource poor settings. Therefore, it is incumbent upon the physical therapy profession to critically
examine these partnerships for the benefit and protection of all stakeholders.
This symposium will address some of the complex issues involved in international clinical education. Following an
overview of the emerging trends in clinical placement activities between global north and south communities,
key concepts related to service-learning principles (including cultural competency and reciprocity) and ethical
considerations; presenters from Canada, India, and Kenya will discuss the impact of international clinical education in
resource poor settings from both the university and host community perspectives using illustrative examples.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Thursday 23 June 2011

10:45-12:15 Focused symposium


Fit-active-habits: measuring fitness and physical activity in cerebral palsy

Venue: RAI: Forum


Presenters: Margaret ONeil (United States of America), Kristie Bjornson (United States of America), Roslyn Boyd
(Australia), Annet Dallmeijer (Netherlands), Deborah Thorpe (United States of America)

Learning objectives
1. To review psychometric properties of laboratory and field-based measures of health-related fitness and habitual
physical activity (HPA) for persons with cerebral palsy (CP).
2. To present findings on measurement methodology protocols on fitness and HPA outcomes from current research
reviewed by or conducted by team members.
3. To discuss the methodology for collecting reference values on HPA and fitness for persons with CP and areas of
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future research.

Description
Presenters in this symposium will review current state of the science in measurement methodology and psychometric
properties of measurement for fitness and habitual physical activity (HPA) in persons with CP.
Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common form of physical disability in childhood and management costs may exceed
one million dollars (US) over a lifetime. People with physical disabilities such as CP are the least physically active
members of society placing them at high risk for the co-morbidities associated with inactivity (obesity, heart disease,
Type 2 diabetes). Although the potential health-related benefits of exercise and physical activity are known, recent
reviews of health related fitness and physical activity measures for persons with CP reveal limitations in quality
research designs and use of appropriate and rigorous measurement protocols. Establishing psychometric properties
and systematic protocols for lab and field-based measurements is important to validate use of these measures in
determining activity based intervention effectiveness for persons with CP.
Topics include:
research on activity-based physical therapy interventions including strategies to enhance health-related fitness
and participation in physical activities in children with CP
the validity, reliability, responsiveness, and feasibility of physiological measures of aerobic fitness
quantitative instruments to measure field based fitness and HPA levels in persons with CP
field based data on physical activity the methodology as applied to adults with CP

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Thursday 23 June 2011

10:45-12:15 Focused symposium


Exercise and cancer: the evidence to date and future direction

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Juliette Hussey (Ireland), Julie Walsh (Ireland), Ciara Feeney (Ireland), Margaret McNeely (Canada),
Sharon Kilbreath (Australia)

Learning objectives
1. Understand the evidence for physical activity/exercise in the prevention of cancer, the management of the
side-effects from its treatment and in increasing physical performance in order to improve medical and surgical
outcomes.
2. Understand the specific challenges in implementing exercise programs for patients with cancer and survivors.
3. Discuss how the evidence presented can be used to guide future research, clinical practice and education of

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physical therapists working in the cancer area.

Description
Cancer management poses an enormous global challenge. Estimates predict that cancer will be the biggest worldwide
killer by 2010. While some cancers such as lung cancer are still associated with significant morbidity, developments
in screening and medical management have improved the longevity of many persons with cancer to such an extent
that in many cases this disease is now considered in terms of its chronicity. For example, five year survival for breast
cancer is now almost 90%. Medical management for cancer ranges from active monitoring of the disease to surgery,
radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and hormone treatment. Both the surgery and the adjuvant therapies used in treatment
of the disease can cause short and long-term physical and psychosocial side-effects. These impairments can be local,
such as pain around the area of surgery, or systemic such as fatigue associated with chemotherapy.
Physical activity and exercise are important throughout cancer care. The benefits of exercise range from prevention
up to and including management of symptoms in palliative care. There is a significant role for physical therapists
throughout the cancer trajectory. This is particularly so with regard to symptom management of the side-effects
experienced as a result of both primary and adjuvant treatments such as lymphoedema, pain, weakness, fatigue and
reduced functional status.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Focused symposia - Thursday 23 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Focused symposium


Forging links to moral action: reaching beyond boundaries

Venue: RAI: Elicium 1


Presenters: Laura Lee (Dolly) Swisher (United States of America), Gail M Jensen (United States of America),
Clare Delany (Australia), Jeanette Praestegaard (Denmark), Aziz Ahmad Adel (Afghanistan)

Learning objectives
1. Discuss the scope and the limitations of physical therapy codes of ethics for guiding moral agency.
2. Evaluate the implications for physical therapy ethics of a broadened framework that address the individual-family-
community-society continuum.
3. Generate strategies for physical therapy educators and practitioners to link ethical concepts (care, justice, social
policy, solidarity, vulnerability) to the broadened framework for moral action.
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Description
Physical therapists around the world refer to codes of ethics for guidance. Codes of ethics provide important guiding
principles and establish ethical expectations of practice for physical therapists and for those who seek their services.
However, they also have limitations. One important limitation of codes of ethics is that most codes have developed out
of the same dominant western ethical foundation. This foundation is underpinned by four prima facie moral principles -
respect for autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice. It is claimed that this homogenous approach to ethics
education accommodates cultural differences.
This session will explore the strengths and potential limitations of traditional ethical models including professional
codes of ethics and highlight new theoretical models to link theory and practice. Implications of these models for
physical therapy ethics education and practice will be explored in the context of social determinants of health,
communitarian cultures (Afghanistan and Mexico), and integration of the individual-family-community-society
continuum into notions of moral agency. Discussion will identify specific strategies for educators and practitioners to
address the boundaries of culture and traditional ethical frameworks. In addition, discussion will highlight ongoing
approaches to encourage moral dialogue across cultural and national boundaries.
Ruth Purtilo (United States of America) and Ian Edwards (Australia) will join the speakers to lead the panel discussion.

Focused symposia are sponsored by:

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Discussion panels - Thursday 23 June 2011

08:30-10:00 Discussion panel


Got to keep our customers satisfied: how do we best assess and use patient satisfaction
in physical therapy?

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Emma Stokes (WCPT Executive Committee)
Panel members: Roger Nelson (United States of America), Leonardo Costa (Brazil), Vyvienne Mkumbuzi (Rwanda),
Danielle Swain (United Kingdom), Cheryl Cott (Canada), Hans Majong (Netherlands)

Patient/client satisfaction is one of the most important outcomes of physical therapy care, but it is notoriously difficult
to assess. This panel will appraise methods of gauging satisfaction and discuss patient/client satisfaction monitoring in
different social and cultural contexts. It will also look at how to use the data to make improvements in service delivery
and patient experiences.

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10:45-12:15 Discussion panel
Who benefits from interprofessional education and collaborative practice: the patients,
the profession?

Venue: RAI: Emerald room


Chair: Patty Solomon (Canada)
Panel members: Jill Gamlin (United Kingdom), Lesley Bainbridge (Canada), Israel Cruz (Colombia),
Esther Munalula Nkandu (Zambia), Hana Al-Sobayel (Saudi Arabia)

Working in multidisciplinary teams is part of everyday practice for many physical therapists. Is there evidence that
interprofessional education and collaborative practice is any better than the way physical therapists have practised in
the past? Better for whom? These are some of the questions that this panel will be discussing.

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Discussion panels - Thursday 23 June 2011

13:45-15:15 Discussion panel


Can new information technologies add value to physical therapy practice and outcomes?

Venue: RAI: Forum


Chair: Simon Crompton (WCPT)
Panel members: Rachael Lowe (United Kingdom), Neil Pakenham Walsh (United Kingdom), Lisbeth Eriksson
(Sweden), Lisa Harvey (Australia), Eugene Mutimura (Rwanda)

In recent years wireless technology and improved battery life have extended the reach of information. Tweeting,
blogging, chatting and open source publishing have been added to the resources of email, the internet and mobile
phones. How do these technologies and applications affect the availability and quality of information and how can they
best be used to benefit the public as well as the profession.
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Networking sessions - Thursday 23 June 2011

07:00-08:30 Networking sessions


Topic: WCPT network for ICF - International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Catherine Sykes (WCPT)
Discuss issues such as:
uses of the ICF by physical therapists in the ten years since publication
existing tools/resources to support ICF use by physical therapists
contributing to international work on ICF
what individuals can offer each other: are there specific needs?

Topic: Paediatrics - International Organisation of Physical Therapists in Paediatrics (IOPTP)


Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chair: Barbara Connolly (United States of America)

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Discuss issues such as:
promoting physical activity in children & tackling obesity
different practice settings, eg neonatal intensive care, schools, hospitals
collaborative research opportunities
evaluation and treatment of children with different conditions, eg torticollis, developmental coordination
disorder
basic competencies for paediatric physical therapists
use of technology in paediatrics

08:30-10:00 Networking sessions


Topic: FUNfitness - Special Olympics - International Network of Physical Therapists in Special
Olympics FUNfitness
Venue: RAI: Room E103
Chair: Donna Bainbridge (United States of America)
Discuss issues such as:
the role of physical therapists in fitness and wellness for people with intellectual difficulties across the lifespan
the scope of practice in fitness and health promotion
evidence-based fitness practice in those with intellectual difficulties
special needs of those with intellectual difficulties (assessment, communication, motivation)
working with families, schools, and coaches
participation in the international network

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Networking sessions - Thursday 23 June 2011

Topic: Meet the researchers/editors *


Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chair: Louise Ada (Australia)
Facilitators: Ethne Nussbaum (United States of America) Writing for publication first attempts
Jan Bjordal (Norway) Writing for publication aiming for higher impact journals
Mark Elkins (Australia) Writing abstracts
Guy Simoneau (United States of America) What is required to be a good journal reviewer
Tania Salvini (Brazil) Developing your journal raising standards
Michel Landry (Canada) How to get started in research
Christine Carpenter (United Kingdom) Finding/selecting a research supervisor
Garry Allison (Australia) Research training options
Geert Verheyden (Germany) Research career pathways
Ann Moore (United Kingdom) Establishing research programmes
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Barbara Richardson (United Kingdom) Research design questions - aualitative


Krysia Dziedzic (United Kingdom) Research design questions - quantitative
Rebecca States (United States of America) Research design questions - general
Joy MacDermid (Canada) Research design questions - expanding your repertoire eg social science,
education
Gwen Jull (Australia) Grant writing - strategies for improving your research funding application
success rate
Marilyn Mackay-Lyons (Canada) Ethical concerns submissions to committees, research designs
* Please note there will be one Meet the researchers/editors networking session on each of the 3 days of congress.

The issues to be discussed are reflected in the facilitators dedicated subjects.

10:45-12:15 Networking session


Topic: Private practice - International Private Practitioners Association (IPPA)
Venue: RAI: Rooms G104 and G105
Chair: Jerry Klug (United States of America)
Discuss issues such as:
how practice differs in different countries and different regulatory systems
patient access to physical therapy
regulations required to open a private practice
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