EVENT: KZN Regional Meeting (22 Nov 2016)

2016-11-22 - 2016-11-22

100 Venice Road

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The next HSA KZN meeting is scheduled for 22 November 2016 in Morningside.

Please click on "Register" as indicated at the bottom of the screen. HSA members are asked to log in using their username and password for exclusive access to the HSA discount. Members are able to attend free of charge, non-members R 500 (practitioners), R 100 (students).

Information to be completed:

  1. "Choose an Option:" - tell us what type of delegate you are. Members must be logged in for discount to apply.
  2. "Personal Details" section
  3. "Professional Details" section - your AHPCSA and HSA number may be found in your profile section on the HSA website once logged in.

PLEASE NOTE: CPD certificates will only be generated for those that have registered online. For assistance please contact the HSA by email.

RSVP DEADLINE: Strictly 21 November 2016 at 23h59

AHPCSA Accredited: 2 CEUs

For more information please contact us.

Only current HSA members will be permitted attendance at the advertised HSA discounted rate.


18:00 – 18:30   Arrival. Tea, Coffee and light finger foods

18:30 – 19:00    Presentation by Dr Grant Harper, chiropractor. “Unnecessary Imaging in Lower Back

Pain may Cause More Harm Than Good”

19:00 – 19:45   Dr Wayne Saul, homeopath, will present two interesting cases of significance to other


19:45 – 20:00   Question and answer session

20:00 – 20:15   Presentation by sponsor

20:15 – 20:20   Closing

The Use of Unnecessary Imaging in Lower Back Pain May Cause More Harm Than Good.

Since qualifying from DUT in 2005 Dr Grant Harper has had a keen interest and involvement in Sports Chiropractic. He has been involved in treating both Provincial and National Hockey and Touch Rugby teams over several years. He is a qualified Graston Practitioner (IASTM 2005), and has a keen interest in running and running biomechanics. Dr Harper has participated in no less than 20 Ultra Distance trail runs and continues to be intrigued by the endurance athlete. He has worked closely with several homeopaths since qualifying and has learnt a great deal from the synergistic approach that the two professions share.