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Wim Dankaerts 
Wim Dankaerts graduated as a physiotherapist from the Catholic University Leuven, Belgium in 1990 and received his Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy, from Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia in 1995. He recently (2005) completed his PhD at Curtin University. His doctoral research investigated a classification system for CLBP patients with motor control impairment (principal supervisor was Peter O’Sullivan). Wim is currently working part-time in private practice as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist and he is professor (part-time)  at the Department of Health Sciences, Association Faculty University Hasselt - PHL. He has published several papers, presented at many international conferences.
  
Philip Moulaert 
Philip Moulaert heeft 42 jaar ervaring als therapeut in de behandeling van neuro-musculo-skeletale dysfuncties en is 30 jaar actief als lesgever waarvan 10 jaar als kerndocent van de postacademische opleiding manuele therapie aan de Universteit te Gent. Op heden is hij verbonden aan de opleiding manuele therapie van de Universiteit Leuven. Hij was een leerling van Bob Elvey in Australië , behaalde een master in de orthopedische manuele therapie (USA) en een diploma in de osteopathie (FR). Hij doceert gastlezingen en intensieve cursusen internationaal voor manueel therapeuten en osteopaten en combineert dit tot op heden met zijn klinisch werk in zijn eigen praktijk.
   
Peter O’Sullivan  
Peter O’Sullivan is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist working in private practice, and an Associate Professor at the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University of Technology where he teaches Post Graduate Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, supervises higher degree research in musculoskeletal pain disorders. His clinical expertise and ongoing research is into the mechanisms, development and classification of musculoskeletal pain disorders, motor control of the spine and pelvis and management of patients with chronic mechanical musculoskeletal pain. Peter trained as a Physiotherapist in New Zealand and received his Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy, from Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia in 1990. He completed his PhD at Curtin University in 1998 investigating the efficacy of specific exercise intervention in subjects with chronic low back pain disorders. Peter has published extensively in International peer reviewed journals, and has been keynote speaker at many National and International Conferences and has conducted numerous clinical workshops Internationally.
  
Christine Van De Putte  
Christine Van De Putte is sinds bijna 30 jaar actief op het domein van vrouwengezondheidzorg (Women’s Health) en geeft sinds vele jaren workshops in binnen en buitenland over diverse vormen van zwangerschapsbegeleiding, bekkenproblematiek en babymassage.
   
Inge Sap  
Inge Sap haar specifieke interesse voor bekkenproblematiek bij de zwangere startte reeds gedurende haar kinesitherapieopleiding en ze heeft zich verder blijven specialiseren in het domein van vrouwengezondheidszorg sinds ze 6 jaar geleden afstudeerde.
  
Tsafi Lederman 
 

Tsafi Lederman is a UKCP registered psychotherapist who specialises body-psychotherapy and integrative art. She has a private psychotherapy and supervision practice in London. She studied body-psychotherapy at the Gerda Boyesen Centre and Integrative Arts Psychotherapy at IATE and in London, where she currently is a course director. She is the co-director of Centre for Professional Development in Osteopathy and Manual Therapy and a tutor and supervisor of the MA programme at IATE.
Over 18 years she has been running workshops and teaching psychotherapy and bodywork. She is co-author of the section on psychological processes in “The Science and Practice of Manual Therapy” (2005) and a chapter titled “Touch as a Therapeutic Intervention” in the book Morphodynamics in Osteopathy (2006).

 


  
 Eyal Lederman 
 Prof. Eyal Lederman is an osteopath working in London. He completed his PhD in physiotherapy at King's College. He is a lecturer on manual therapy in different schools in the UK and abroad. He has published articles in the area of osteopathy and is the author of the books “Harmonic Technique” and “The Science and Practice of Manual Therapy”.
 Marc Roberts  
 Dr Roberts is a consultant neurologist, working at South Manchester University Hospitals trust. He works close with the physiotherapy extended scope practitioners in identifying early signs of neurological disease.
His presentation and workshop will focus on identifying these early signs and symptoms in the clinical situation, assessing the neurological system and management of these patients.
  
 Averille Morgan  
 

Averille Morgan graduated from RMIT, Australia in 1994 and has practised osteopathy in Australia and the UK. She has published articles in the area of pregnancy and osteopathic childcare. Averille taught for several years at the British School of Osteopathy Community Children's Clinic and developed a series of visceral and Optimal Fetal Positioning (OFP) workshops for osteopaths and midwives.

  
Michael Shacklock  
 

Michael Shacklock graduated as a physiotherapist from the Auckland Technical Institute (now the Auckland College of Health Sciences) in 1980.In 1989, Michael completed a Graduate Diploma in Advanced Manipulative Therapy at the University of South Australia in which his thesis was on the effect of order of movement on the peroneal neurodynamic test where he discovered the concept of neurodynamic sequencing.
Following this, Michael Shacklock then converted his dipoma into a Master of Applied Science in 1993.
He has taught internationally for over 10 years and has given numerous keynote and invited presentations. He has studied mechanics and physiology of the nervous system and pain science, performing research and writing a number of publications in these areas.
Michael edited the extremely successful book Moving in on Pain, the royalties for which were donated to the Physiotherapy Research Foundation. He has published in Physiotherapy and Manual Therapy and written leading and invited articles for the Australian Journal of Physiotherapy and New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy among other publications. He reviews research and publication submissions for organisations such as the Physiotherapy Research Foundation and Manual Therapy.
Michael Shacklock is Director and Principal of Neurodynamic Solutions and City Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, Adelaide, South Australia. He is currently a member of the Australian Physiotherapists’ Association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia and the International Association for the Study of Pain. Michael is a reviewer for the international peer reviewed journals Pain and Manual Therapy.

Boek:

http://www.neurodynamicsolutions.com/published_new.html
 

 

  
Annelies Pool-Goudzwaard 
 

Annelies Pool heeft haar fysiotherapie diploma behaald in 1987 aan de Haagse opleiding voor lichamelijke oefening en fysiotherapie. Vervolgens heeft zij de opleiding Manuele Therapie afgerond te Utrecht. Sinds 1987 is zij werkzaam als fysio- en manueel therapeut bij Paramedisch Centrum Impact te Zoetermeer. Daarnaast heeft ze gezondheid psychologie gestudeerd aan de Open Universiteit. Sinds 1990 is zij eveneens werkzaam als wetenschappelijk onderzoeker aan het Erasmus Medisch Centrum Rotterdam bij de afdeling biomedische Natuurkunde en Technologie. Vele onderzoeken, o.a betreffende de biomechanica van het bekken en peripartum bekkenpijn, hebben geresulteerd in een proefschrift. In 2003 is Annelies gedoctoreerd. Momenteel is Annelies veranwtoordelijk voor het Cobra Research instituut te Amersfoort. Een onderzoeksinstituut naar klachetn van het bewegingsapparaat. Tevens is zij tutor aan de SOMT- Master opleiding Manuele Therapie te Amersfoort en de Master opleiding bekkenfysiotherapie te Rotterdam.

  
 Deborah Falla 
  Deborah Falla received her PhD from The University of Queensland, Australia in 2003. In 2005 she was awarded fellowships from the International Association for the Study of Pain and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia to undertake postdoctoral research at the Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Aalborg University, Denmark. Her research focus involves the integration of neurophysiological and clinical research to evaluate the pathophysiology underlying muscle impairment in people with neck pain. Her research interests also include investigation of the physiological mechanisms that underpin the efficacy of therapeutic exercise for the treatment of patients with neck pain. Dr Falla has presented her research findings at international conferences held in the United States, Austria, Czech Republic, Spain, Brazil, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand, and Australia and has presented clinical courses on the treatment of neck pain in Italy, Norway, The Netherlands, Germany, Scotland, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia.
Now for the first time in Belgium!
  
 Judith Thompson 
 

Judith has been practising in the area of Women’s Health since 1992. She completed a Post-graduate Diploma in Women’s Health in 1994, and has recently completed a PhD at Curtin University investigating the use of real time ultrasound as a method of assessment for women with pelvic floor dysfunction. She is currently practising part-time as Women’s Health Physiotherapist and Physiotherapy Continence Advisor in private practise and has eight years experience of using real time ultrasound in clinical practise. Judith is also a lecturer and course co-ordinator of the Women’s Health and Continence Post Graduate Course at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia.
Judith has presented at many national and international conferences, including the Continence Foundation of Australia and the International Continence Society meetings and also the International Low Back Pain Conference in Melbourne, 2004. She was winner of the best scientific paper at the Continence Foundation of Australia National Conferences in 2003 and 2005. She also won the Curtin University Mark Liveres Prize for the best PhD presentation in health Sciences in 2005.
She has six papers printed in international peer review journals

  
 Jose Kunzler  
  Jose Kunzler startte als kinesitherapeut in Frankrijk waarna hij een opleiding volgde van osteopathie in Frankrijk en Engeland. Hij ontwikkelde via 26 jaar praktijkervaring zijn eigen HVLA (High Velocity Low Amplitude) technieken gebaseerd op verfijning, precisie en veiligheid. Sinds jaren doceert hij in Frankrijk, Nieuw Zeeland en Australië en behoort nu tot de top in manipulatieve technieken.
 
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