Are you suffering from whiplash?

Are you suffering from whiplash?

Are you suffering from whiplash? Or are you a health practitioner who wants to know more about treatment? Click here for more information.

Research Into Action Seminar 2015

Research Into Action Seminar 2015

Join industry experts, health professionals and researchers for this premier educational support Seminar. Registrations close September 18 and numbers are limited. Register today.

World Class Research

World Class Research

CONROD produces research which leads to better practice across the continuum of trauma care. Read more about our world-class researchers here.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Learn more about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder causes and symptoms. Click the image above for more information

Resources for Child Traumatic Stress

Resources for Child Traumatic Stress

Has your child, or a child you teach, been involved in a traumatic event? View our online resources by clicking the image above.

  • Are you suffering from whiplash?

    Are you suffering from whiplash?

  • Research Into Action Seminar 2015

    Research Into Action Seminar 2015

  • World Class Research

    World Class Research

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Resources for Child Traumatic Stress

    Resources for Child Traumatic Stress

CONROD - Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine

CONROD - Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine was established to conduct research and educational activities that inform policy and practice to improve the health, psychological, social, vocational and economic outcomes following injury and disability, and with a major focus on injury and disability associated with motor vehicle accidents.


Receive FREE physio treatment when you take part in our whiplash research program.



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