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Mobility Clinic FAQ's

What is the Mobility Clinic?

The Mobility Clinic is a 2-day event designed for amputees of all ages and abilities, as well as health care professionals. Amputees will learn basic, intermediate and comprehensive prosthetic running techniques to improve mobility, and help you be more active. The Mobility Clinic will focus on amputee walking, running and sports.

What is the aim of the Clinic

The aim is for amputees to gain increased mobility on their prostheses, through exercises and activities designed to increase confidence, balance and strength.

Are there any activities or presentation that are tailored for professionals working with amputees?

The Clinic features presentations from our expert coaches Cathy (physiotherapist), David (prosthetist), Brett (running coach) and Don (paralympian). These presentations are for all attendees but supply clinical information for the attending health professionals. The Clinic is a “hands-on” learning experience for professionals. You are paired with an amputee for the clinic and will assist them in all aspects: running, exercises, mobility activities and sports. Amputees attending the clinic are of all ages, abilities and levels of amputation. We have had unilateral, bilateral and quadrilateral amputees attend past clinics.

What is the registration fee for?

The Mobility Clinic is a non-for-profit event. The registration fee is to confirm your attendance to the Mobility Clinic. All proceeds will be donated to The Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide.

Do family and friends have to pay/register separately?

No - only participating attendees are required to register and pay.
All participating heathcare professionals are required to register.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is plenty of on-site parking available at the venue.

Where can I book nearby accommodation?

Accommodation is available on the school grounds. There are 2 accommodation options available:

• Self-contained Unit Accommodation: fully furnished with tea and coffee making facilities, laundry, TV, heating and cooling. Minimum of 2 people, maximum of 6.

• Dormitory Accommodation: Single and twin rooms available, shared bathroom.

To enquire and place a booking, please contact Chris Brosnan at Westminster School on 08 8276 0237. Deadline for accommodation bookings onsite is 6 April 2018.

For more information about the school’s accommodation, please visit:

What can I bring into the event?

A t-shirt will be provided for all registered attendees. Please wear comfortable sport appropriate clothing. Lunch and water will also be available throughout the day.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

For any enquiries regarding registration or clinic information please call the Ossur Australia Sydney office on 02 8838 2800 or refer to the Mobility Clinic page on the Ossur website:

What's the refund policy?

If you can no longer attend the event, you may request a refund through Event Brite and Össur will honour and process the refund for you.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, this is not required. You will need to register at the start of both days at the registration desk.


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