Council members: Robyn Laurie, Liz Keating, Nathan Pastor, Wendy Hayes
AFOEM Vic Branch Educational Meeting, Monday 16th April 2018
A Case of Aerotoxic Syndrome by Dr James Crompton
A Curious Case of John Doe: Assessing RTW in the absence of concrete medical evidence by Dr Chung Yew Chee
The learning objectives for this meeting is:
To gain awareness of determinants of Fitness and Return to work when diagnosis in doubt
VIC/TAS Branch Educational Meeting, Wednesday 21st March 2018
"The stiff shoulder - adhesive capsulitis or -?"
Dr Frank Burke, Radiologist, Victorian House Medical Imaging
Date: Wednesday 21st March 2018 Time: Pre-dinner drinks, 6pm for 6.30pm start Venue: Beau Monde International, 934 Doncaster Road, Doncaster East VIC 3109
Adhesive capsulitis is a poorly understood and treated condition that is commonly seen in occupational practice. The presentation will cover the characteristics of adhesive capsulitis presentation and how other conditions in the shoulder can mimic adhesive capsulitis. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the condition with respect to its diagnosis and treatment.
About Dr Frank Burke
Dr Frank Burke is a graduate of Monash University and a diagnostic radiologist who specialises in Musculaskeletal Ultrasound. He is in a private practice at Victorian House Medical Imaging in Prahran and has had nearly 30 years’ experience in Musculoskeletal Imaging. Frank has lectured Nationally and Internationally on various topics, and was responsible for developing hydrodilatation as treatment for frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis).
Most Melbourne based AFL football teams, Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne Victory, Australian Tennis Open, Australian cricket team and all visiting international ruby teams use Victoria House Medical Imaging. Frank was the Imaging Coordinator for 2006 Commonwealth Games and an attending radiologist at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.