Deconstructing dystonia

InMotion speaks with Associate Professor Lynley Bradnam, APAM, about dystonia, a unique neurological disorder. During the discussion, the researcher examines the benefits of physiotherapy intervention as part of the condition’s treatment, and underlines the need for the profession to take active ownership of future dystonia care and research.

Also inside

To celebrate World Heritage Week, InMotion profiles the work of Jo Bills, APAM, in aiding the restoration of the Eureka flag; and journalist Andrea Clarke provides an insight into the realities of the mainstream media, sharing tips for physiotherapists attempting to raise the visibility of the profession; plus InMotion launches its augmented reality app as part of its profile of the APA’s recent contribution to UN Women Australia’s Safe Buses campaign.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor


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