The DHAA Ltd invites you to join us for a joint conference between NSW and QLD in Byron Bay. As the conference title "The Whole Body Effect" suggests we will be spending the day looking at the influences that our overall health has on our mouths and vice versa.
Dr Louis Chan
Dr Steven Lin
Professor Laurie Walsh
Registration 8am -8.30 am, finish 5pm
6.5 CPD hours
morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea included
Elements of Byron are offering a special rate for delegates, please contact them directly and quote DHAA17
8.15 -8.30am Gold Sponosor Presentation
8.30am-10.00am Dr Louis Chan
10.am-10.30 Morning tea
10.30- 12pm Dr Steven Lin
1-1.15pm Silver Sposnor Presentation
1.15-2.45 Libby Dann
2.45-3.15 afternoon tea
3.15- 4.45 Dr Laurie Walsh
5.15-7.15 Post function drinks and canapes
Libby is a dental practitioner and struggled for many years with chronic pain brought about by the ergonomic demands of clinical dentistry. This led her to seek a deeper understanding of her own body posture and movement, in order to positively influence her wellbeing and the enjoyment of her work as a dental hygienist.
Having undertaken a government accredited Diploma in Contemporary Pilates and Teaching Methodology (52625WA), libby now brings an understanding of postural and movement assessment, along with rehabilitative Pilates programming, to her clients. Her special interest is helping fellow dental colleagues correct the imbalances caused by the ergonomics of the dental environment. With an academic background in teaching and research at The University of Queensland School of Dentistry, she also delivers professional development workshops on back care for dental practitioners.
Libby will be presenting two 45 minute lectures and optional pilates classes at the conference
Dr Louis Chan
Dr Louis Chan has a special interest in holistic dentistry with a focus on orthodontics and TMJ treatment. Since 1998, he has been researching treatments which are holistic to help children and adults develop a healthy body with great facial balance.
Dr Chan has continued his education courses in a variety of fields and in 2011, 2012 he elected to complete all 7 core courses at LVI Australia in neuromuscular dentistry graduating in 29th LVI Core 7 group in the world.
Continually seeking out the latest medical approaches, Dr Chan also elected to undertake a world leading TMJ & Sleep Therapy mini-residency and hands on course with world renowned Dr Olmos.
Dr Chan is also a certified provider of Myobrace (MRC), InsigniaTM, Rapid Smiles and Invisalign.
Dr Chan will be presenting two lectures on TMD and Breathing
Dr Steven Lin
Dr Steven Lin, Dentist and preventative health Advocate through nutrition and lifestyle advice
Dr Steven Lin is a Board accredited dentist trained at the University of Sydney; with a background in bio-medical science, nutrition and fitness serving as a platform to helping people to understand the relationship between their mouth.
As a clinical dentist Steven become increasingly troubled at the levels of tooth decay in developing children’s mouths across all parts of society and the lifelong consequences that would follow as a result. These ongoing experiences caused Dr Lin to ponder how such a preventable chronic disease occur, and how dental health professionals can truly help solving the problem.
This led to the realization that a complete change in philosophy, nutrition and understanding of health as an overall was required.
Dr Steven Lin realized that only a change in diet and lifestyle can change our trajectory towards a future of being in control of our health.
Dr Steven Lin will be presenting two lectures on gut health
Professor Laurie Walsh
Laurie Walsh is Professor of Dental Science at The University of Queensland, School of Dentistry. He graduated from The University of Queensland in 1983 with BDSc(Hons) as a University medallist. He completed his PhD in 1987, DDSc in 1993, and Graduate Certificate in Higher Education in 2000. Laurie undertook postdoctoral studies at the University of Pennsylvania from 1989-1990. After being appointed as Lecturer in Preventive Dentistry and Periodontology in 1988, Laurie was then promoted to Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, and in 1999 to Professor. He holds a Teaching and Research position. Laurie was the Head of School from 2004-2013, and led the UQ Oral Health Centre building project from its inception through to completion. His teaching spans preventive dentistry, cariology, microbiology, dental materials and advanced technologies. His scholarship of teaching interests are in simulation technologies. His research interests are in advanced technologies (such as lasers) and novel biomaterials in preventive and restorative dentistry and in endodontics. He has a long term interest in microbial aspects of oral diseases and in agents and technologies which can deal with the challenges of complex microbial films both inside and on the surface of teeth and dental implants.