We invite you to register for our upcoming online webinars, presented by Dr Daniel Harvie, Program Director: Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia.

Dr Harvie will be accompanied by UniSA physiotherapy alumni, Anuja Dalvi, the Co-Founder and Consultant at LiveActive Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, located in Mumbai India.

These sessions will give future postgraduate students like yourself, a detailed insight into some key areas of the Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy curriculum at UniSA.

If you’re interested in gaining a better understanding of how to register as a physiotherapist in Australia and would like further information about the degree, or if you have an application/offer to study with us, you’ll find these webinars valuable.

Towards the end of each webinar, you’ll be able to ask us your questions in the chat box. So, what are you waiting for? Register now and keep your study plans on track in 2024.

About the presenters

Dr Daniel Harvie
Program Director: Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy, UniSA

Dr Daniel Harvie

Daniel graduated from the Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy at UniSA in 2011, and since then he’s made significant contributions to physiotherapy education and research. He's taught at three Australian universities, earned a PhD focused on persistent pain, published 40 scientific papers on the topic, and received South Australia's prestigious young scientist award. With a background in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy, he completed a PhD under renowned clinical pain neuroscientist, Professor Lorimer Moseley in 2015, co-authoring a book called "Pain and Perception: A Closer Look and Why we Hurt." He continues to advance pain neuroscience and psychologically-informed practice and its integration in to physiotherapy in Australia.


Anuja Dalvi
Co-Founder and Consultant at LiveActive Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, located in Mumbai India.
Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy graduate, UniSA

Anuja Dalvi

Anuja is a prominent figure in Indian sports physiotherapy and has more than 12 years of national and international experience. Notably, she was the first female physio in the IPL, and was appointed the Head of the Covid task force and Assistant Physiotherapist for the Rajasthan Royals in 2020. Currently, she's the Head Physiotherapist for UP Warriorz in the Women’s Premier League. Anuja's work breaks barriers, inspiring women in India to pursue careers in the fields of elite sport. She champions gender neutrality and has successfully treated elite male and female athletes across various sports, including cricket, tennis, badminton, shooting, kabaddi, and gymnastics. She also coordinates medical services for the Pro-kabaddi league and consults with GoSports foundation, an organisation supporting Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Anuja operates her physiotherapy practice, LiveActive Physiotherapy, in Mumbai and has helped many renowned corporates and celebrities with physiotherapy management.



Session 1: Topical Issues in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

 Friday 29 September          9:00pm - 10:00pm (Adelaide time) | 5:00pm - 6:00pm (IST)          Online via Zoom

Physiotherapy globally is in a state of change. As part of this, traditional interventions like manual therapy and postural management have come under criticism. However, many of these criticisms lack nuance and traditional ideas and techniques can remain important parts of a modern physiotherapists tool kit. This session will discuss current issues, will outline a modern model of physiotherapy care that blends the best of old and new approaches, and will show how the wisdom of Geoff Maitland remains evermore relevant today.

Session 2: The wholistic physiotherapist

 Friday 24 November          10:00pm - 11:00pm (Adelaide time) | 5:00pm - 6:00pm (IST)           Online via Zoom

The term “Psychologically-informed physiotherapy” is appearing more and more in the literature. It recognises that patient outcomes depend to a significant degree on factors that go well beyond local tissues, and that can be heavily influenced by central and psychological factors that can be influenced by physiotherapists. This session will explain the spectrum of psychologically informed physiotherapy and its benefits. It will offer specific examples, including techniques that can be immediately implemented in everyday patient management to improve results.

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