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Assuming Control 2016: Seminar Series

August 24, 2016 @ 10:00 am12:00 pm

Dr Mark Rogers, Healing the brain through light

Special Invitation Assuming Control 2016

Brain Injury SA and Presenting Partner Lifetime Support Authority

Brain Injury SA is presenting a compelling line-up of experts who will share their knowledge and experiences of acquired brain injury (ABI) in the 2016 Assuming Control program.

This year’s program focuses on exciting advancements in treatment and rehabilitation methods that can help the brain to heal following injury. We’ll also hear inspiring stories from people living with ABI.

This is an outstanding learning and networking opportunity for people with ABI and their families, those working in the disability and medical sectors, students and the wider community.

Join us for these fascinating presentations – it’s a line-up you will not want to miss.



Dr Mark Rogers24 August

Dr Mark Rogers
Healing the brain through light

Dr Rogers will give us an insight into cold laser therapy, a little-known yet extremely promising treatment for reducing ABI symptoms. Come and learn why it’s starting to get the world’s attention.

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Each presentation will include an audience question and answer session, with morning tea and networking at the conclusion.

When and where:

Time: 10 am to 12 noon
Venue: South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI)
North Terrace, Adelaide

Register today!

Assuming Control DownloadEntry is free. Spaces are strictly limited, so please book your place today.

Register Online:

Telephone: 8217 7600
Country callers: 1300 733 049

You can also email us at info@braininjurysa.org.au

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Photo credit: Peter Clarke Photography, SAHMRI Building [top banner]



August 24, 2016
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Event Category:


Brain Injury SA
08 8217 7600 or Country Callers 1300 733 049
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