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  • Bond University, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine

    4229 Gold Coast

    Australia

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Sports performance enhancement; exercise for older adults and age-related conditions including cancer and pathological tremor

  • 3400 Citations
  • 34 h-Index
19992020

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1st International Conference on “Expanding Domains of Physiotherapy

Justin Keogh (Keynote speaker)

Apr 2019

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Applications of motor control and learning concepts to strength and conditioning practice

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

Nov 2018

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Increasing speed and decreasing injury for adolescents athletes

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

Mar 2015

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Gluteal and posterior chain exercise - Applications to athletic performance and injury prevention

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

Nov 2014 → …

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2018 Australian Strength and Conditioning Association International Conference

Justin Keogh (Speaker)

8 Mar 2018 → …

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Possible uses of strongman training on strength and conditioning practice

Justin Keogh (Keynote speaker)

5 Nov 20126 Nov 2012

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Maximising Speed and Power Performance

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

30 Oct 201431 Oct 2014

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Sarcopenia: its effects and treatment options

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

28 Nov 2015

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Benefits, prevalence and determinants of cancer clinician promoted physical activity to their patients

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

25 May 2013

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Nurses Bone Health Symposium: It Takes More than Milk to Maintain Bone Health in Prostate Cancer

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

2 Aug 2012

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Can exercise play a role in reducing cancer related symptoms and side effects?

Justin Keogh (Invited speaker)

17 May 2015

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Exercise is medicine: exercise science knows it, medicine yet to embrace it!

Peter Reaburn (Speaker), , Justin Keogh (Speaker), & Mark Morgan (Speaker)

16 Oct 2019

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Exercise rehabilitation in patients with cancer

Justin Keogh (Keynote speaker)

16 Jun 2017

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