RSI Action AGM 2015
Date Saturday 25 April 2015, London
Time 12:30 to 16:30
Location University of London Union building (ULU), Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU.
Our main speaker this year is Tonia Cope Bowley, who has published the book “RSI How to avoid it, and what to do if you’ve got it”. Tonia like most of our members fell victim of RSI through lack of awareness and pressure of work. After several years of assorted therapies, specialists and information gathering, Tonia has established a balanced lifestyle, and used her RSI experience to write her book to help others.
Matthew Lowther has also agreed to talk at the AGM. Matthew had a very debilitating RSI condition caused by intense computing in the workplace. Matthew has tried a number of different treatments, including Richmond Stace (physiotherapist www.specialistpainphysio.com/) who spoke at our AGM in November 2011. Matthew will talk to us about how the treatment from Richmond Stace has helped him.
It would help administration and preparation for the AGM (but not essential) if you can advise if you’re able to join us at the AGM or not. Non-members will also be welcome in a non-voting capacity.