Big thanks for all your messages and emails of support. Our Physio family is strong at this time. We are excited about using this period of uncertainty to develop some new online courses. Gerard has a lot of experience in this area, from his Assistant Prof role in Coventry University and the webinar he developed for the APTA. We move forwards together. Stay safe.
This new 2 day course with Joanne Millios will focus on the Assessment and Management of the Pre and Post Prostatetomy patient and other common Men's Health presentations. There will be an emphasis on the use on non invasive ( external ) assessment techniques to include diagnostic Ultrasound imaging which form part of Jo's PhD. The course will address the management of common conditions such as urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction and pelvic pain. Jo will also outline the important role of Physio led exercise classes for this patient group. This course will be of interest to international and UK physios who are either currently working in Men's or Womens' Health but want to develop more expertise in these conditions especially Prostate Cancer. It is also suitable for Physios who currently have no experience of Pelvic health but have an interest in getting involved in Men's Health Physio and are keen to use non invasive techniques. Jo has the ability of bringing her extensive and unique men's health clinical and research experience to her teaching. It will be a great two days which will impact hugely on the participants' clinical practice.
Course Fee : £287 ( deposit to secure place £87 with remainder of payment by 17th July 2016)
Who is Joanne Millios
Joanne Millios ( @prostatejojo) is an internationally leading Men's Health Physiotherapist based in Perth, Western Australia. She has over 10 years experience of working solely in Men's Health and has treated over 2000 Prostate patients. In addition to her clinical work she has set up a Prostate Charity in Western Australia "Prost! Exercise Club 4 Prostate Cancer. This is a non for profit organisation that runs exercise groups for Prostate cancer survivors in a club environment that has a football club feel to it. She is currently doing a PhD on focused on Physiotherapy post Prostate cancer and in particular the validity of Non Invasive assesment techniques to include Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging. Jo has presented widely on Men's Health Physiotherapy in Australian with her "Martian " colleagues, WCPT 2015 ( Singapore). She has also collaborated with International Urology experts such as Dr Stacy Loeb ( USA) and is first author on 'A Consensus Document on Prostate Cancer & Men's Health. Document complied by 11 International Expert PTs working in Men's Health' in USA & Australia ( 2016). Jo is also widely recognised as a leading international advocate for Men's Health Physiotherapy and led the 1st Tweetchat on Men's Health Physiotherapy in conjunction with the Australian Physiotherapy Association and #globalpt in 2015 which ran on twitter for 24 hours.
If you have a question about our event, Birmingham UK "Nuts & Bolts of Men's Health Physiotherapy & Prostate Cancer", please use the form below. We generally answer all questions within one business day.