Our webinars have been designed to provide participants with clinically meaningful skills and knowledge to deliver recommended care by focusing on issues relevant to the evidence-based treatment and management of people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions.

You can purchase the series, or single webinars. You can also purchase the recordings of webinars that have already taken place. The recording will be emailed to you.

Cost for series 1 or 2: 

  • MSK member: $110
  • Non-member: $170
  • Student: $70

Cost for individual webinars:

MSK member: $30
Non-member: $45
Student: $20

Webinars 6 – 10, 2018 MSK Health Webinar Series

Series 2: webinars 6-10

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Diagnosis and management of low back pain in primary care – 25 July 2018

Low back pain remains the leading cause of disability worldwide. This webinar will discuss the primary care approach to diagnosis and management of low back pain endorsed by contemporary international clinical guidelines.
Presented by: Dr Adrian Traeger, Physiotherapist and NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow.
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Diagnosis and management of adhesive capsulitis – 28 August 2018

Adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder is a musculoskeletal disorder frequently encountered in the primary care setting. It is reported to affect up to 5% of the population and frequently described as self-limiting. Despite this adhesive capsulitis has the potential to cause substantial pain and functional disability in many people.
This webinar will outline the current research on pathology and diagnosis as well as discuss current management strategies which arguably should be stage dependent.
Presented by: Sarah Walmsley, PhD, MAppSc(Ortho Physio), GradDipPhysio, BSc
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MSK-related headaches: Diagnosis and management approaches – 25 September 2018

Presented by: Dr Trudy Rebbeck, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney.
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Exercise for preventing frail bones, falls and fractures – 25 October 2018

Presented by: Prof Rob Daly, Chair in Exercise and Ageing, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition, Deakin University
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Diagnosis and management of fibromyalgia – 27 November 2018

Presented by Dr Geoffrey Littlejohn, Professor of Medicine, Monash University
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Webinars 1-5 MSK Health Webinar Series 1: February–June 2018

Series 1: webinars 1-5

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A multi-disciplinary approach to managing knee osteoarthritis in the setting of chronic disease

Presenter: Dr Adam Castricum, Sports and Exercise Physician, Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, Melbourne.
Date: Tuesday 29 May 2018
Cost: Free

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This webinar was proudly supported by Peninsula Hot Springs.

Better understanding painful tendons in mid-life and their management

Presenter: Bill Vicenzino, PhD MSc GradDipSportsPhty BPhty, Chair in Sports Physiotherapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Physiotherapy, University of Queensland.
Date: Thursday 26 April 2018

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The diagnosis and management of axial spondyloarthritis

Presenter: Dr Lionel Schachna, Rheumatologist, Austin Health, Melbourne.
Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018

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Hope, Hype and Reality: The Need to Manage Community Expectations in Stem Cell
Therapies for MSK Health

Presenters: Associate Professor Megan Munsie, Head – Education, Ethics, Law & Community Awareness Unit, Stem Cells Australia, The University of Melbourne and Dr Mark Young, Co-Medical Director, Qsports Medicine, Queensland.
Date: Tuesday 27 February 2018
Cost: Free

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This webinar was proudly supported by Stem Cells Australia and Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.

Musculoskeletal Australia (or MSK) is the consumer organisation working with, and advocating on behalf of, people with arthritis, osteoporosis, back pain, gout and over 150 other musculoskeletal conditions.

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