Sept 2019 Introduction to Female Pelvic floor Assessment & Treatment : West Midlands, UK
You will learn
Pelvic floor anatomy taught in a way that links to clinical practice
Functional anatomy of the Pelvic floor , bowel & urogynae systems as they relate to clinical conditions
Internal & external Pelvic Floor assessment
Internal & external Pelvic Floor treatment and management
Introduction to the Assessment & Management of key Women’s Health Conditions to include
Over active Bladder
Post natal pelvic floor presentations
Lisa Hastie has over 15 years of pelvic health experience and expertise in the NHS and also works in the Birmingham Pelvic health physiotherapy clinic. She is a graduate of the POGP Univ of Bradford course and is a recognised expert in female urogyane pelvic health, bowel dysfunction, post natal trauma, male pelvic health and paediatric bowel & bladder. She is one of the few pelvic health physios who works extensively in all 3 areas of pelvic health practice ( Female, male and paediatric ). Lisa has also a lot of experience in training and mentoring other physiotherapists new to pelvic health and also those requiring updates or returning to practice. She has also worked alongside Gerard ( Greene ) & Fiona Mitchell to build one of the UK's busiest multi specialist pelvic health physiotherapy clinics.
Saturday, September 21st 2019 - Sunday, September 22nd 2019
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