Join us for one of the only Live face to face courses to assess and treat mums with mastitis, blocked ducts , cracked nipples & much more. This course is aimed primarily at Physiotherapists & lactation consultants who have experience or interest in treating mums but is also suitable for midwives , health visitors, osteopaths & chiropractors.
We will cover :
Breast anatomy & physiology
Anatomy & physiology of the lactating breast
Disorders of Breastfeeding
Assessment & treatment of Mastitis
Learn Therapeutic Ultrasound for Mastitis
Assessment & treatment of cracked nipples
Learn Low Level Laser Therapy for Cracked Nipples
Learn Lymphatic drainage for breast conditions
Learn Lymphatic drainage taping for breast conditions
Better breast health Posture and mechanics for feeding
Helping with exercising while breast feeding
Breast health and returning to sport and activity
Breast health and returning to intimacy
Tutor: Suzanne Carney MISCP. BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy is an Irish physio based who is one of the few physios working in the area of lactation and breast health. She works in a busy private practice in the West of Ireland and has presented on breast health to physios, midwives, health visitors, lactation consultants and other health professionals. She completed the prestigious MSc in pelvic health in Curtin University in Western Australia and now balances working with being mum to small children. She is passionate about improving the health of post natal women. She has taught this course online for Gerard on 3 other occasions which received stunning feedback.
Clinical Specialist in Women's, Men's and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
MSc in Continence and Women's Health Physiotherapy
PgCert in Continence Management and Promotion
PgCert in Paediatric Continence and Management
If you have a question about our event, Dublin: Lactation & Breast Health : Post Natal Physiotherapsits, Lactaction consultants & Health Professionals : New Hybrid Course, please use the form below. We generally answer all questions within one business day.