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The inaugural seminar for the two new professors, Alice Kongsted and Bart Koes, will be held on November 14th in auditorium o100 at the University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55 in Odense.


The deadline for registering your participation in the seminar is November 7th via this link: http://webpay.sdu.dk/system/iob/


You can see rthe programme for the inauguration here

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Alice Kongsted appointed Professor at the University of Southern Denmark

Alice Kongsted, Senior Researcher at NIKKB and Associate Professor at the Department for Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, has been appointed Professor with special obligations (wso) of Musculoskeletal Research in Primary Care at the Research Unit of Clinical Biomechanics at the University of Southern Denmark from November 1st 2018.


Alice Kongsted will strengthen the University of Southern Denmark's practice-based research in musculoskeletal health focusing on back pain and strengthen the recruitment and development of new research talents.


Alice Kongsted's appointment is officially marked with a joint appointment seminar for her and Professor at IOB, Bart Koes, on November…

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Unable to make to the ECU Convention in Budapest last spring? Now you can read about the award winning oral presentations and poster presentations from the convention in a new paper in Chiropractic & Manual Therapies titled ECU Convention 2018 Congress proceedings.
The paper is laid out as an overview of the award winning presentations in the form of abstracts from each presentation. The overview includes Steen Harsted’s ’Capturing movement patterns in children using a novel 3d motion capture approach’, Henrik Hein Lauridsens ‘Motor control and musculoskeletal health in kingergarten children’ and Lise Hestbæk’s presentation of Sara Thunøe Jensen’s poster…

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Manipulative therapy is increasingly being used to treat children’s back or neck pain pain despite the lack of evidence for the effect of the treatment. It is generally recommended as a treatment option for adults, and various health professions deliver manipulative therapy either on its own or in combination with other types of therapy, e.g. advice, exercises and soft-tissue treatment.


The aim of the current study was to determine how effective manipulative therapy is when added to other treatment options on the number of recurrent episodes of back or neck pain in children aged 9 – 15 years.…

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Be aware that the deadline for submitting abstracts and posters for the 2019 WFC/ECU Congress is october 1st 201O


Read the general information and information about submission of abstracts and posters here: https://www.wfc.org/website/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=475&lang=en


Abstracts and posters must be submitted via this link: https://wfc-ecu-berlin-2019.exordo.com/login 

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