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RECENT EVENTS
Greene Seminars produces a variety of educational events in the fields of health and physiotherapy. Some of our recent and past events are listed below. Use the links provided to join the Priority List for a future event.
Yoga for Physiotherapists & Health Professionals: APPI London

This new two day yoga course will enable participants to use yoga therapeutically as a treatment and rehabilitation tool  with their patients through :

  • Understanding the many different styles of yoga so you can safely recommend classes for your patients/clients
  • Developing your skills through practicing the key elements of yoga that work well with physiotherapy so you can use them personally and professionally : (asana- physical practice/ breath control/mindfulness/meditation)
  • Exploring what the postures ‘do’ in terms of alignment and movement function, and how they may ‘feel’ for patients/clients 
  • Review the latest evidence for using yoga as part of a patient’s treatment and management.
  • Practice and learn some proven yoga sequences - including breath work and mindfulness  -to use with patients on a one-to-one and small group basis. (Learn how to adapt these to use with patients with a wide variety of conditions)
  • Bring this all together to develop a clinically based approach to including yoga as part of a treatment plan both individually and as part of a class, e.g lower back pain.
London ,
3rd September 2016
Yoga for Physiotherapists & Health Professionals - Birmingham
Birmingham, UK
9th April 2016
Yoga as Medicine for the Pregnant & Post Natal Client

This two-day course will teach clinicians how to implement a model of yoga for the healthy and complicated pregnancy and post natal period. Attention will be given to yogic prescription based on systemic changes and natural phenomenon experienced during pregnancy and the post natal period.

Walsall, UK
24th October 2015
Using Psychological Interventions in Physical Health Care

This two-day course will help health care professionals integrate evidence-based psychological techniques and strategies into their routine clinical work.

Mount Merrion, Dublin, Ireland
3rd October 2015
The Pelvic Physiotherapy Summit 2016 ( #Pelvicsummit16)

PROGRAMME

9.00 - 9.30am Opening Keynote 
Mr Bill Rea, 
Consultant in Pelvic Pain, Univ Hospital Bham
"Current Thoughts in Pelvic Pain Management"

9.30 - 10.15am
Dr Sandy Hilton: 
APTA, Entropy Physiotherapy, Chicago, USA.
"Bridging the gap: Musculoskeletal, Pain Science & Pelvic health"

10.15 - 10.30am 
Mr Bill Taylor: 
Pelvic Health Specialist, Taylor Physiotherapy, Edinburgh 
"Men’s Health Physiotherapy: PT has so much to offer "

10.30 - 11.00am 
Coffee, Trade exhibition & Networking

11.00 - 11.45am 
Dr Ruth Jones: 
Cerian Life, Dr Ruth Jones Physiotherapy, Hampshire.
"The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic floor" It matters a lot

11.45 - 12.15
Expert Panel Discussion 

Mr Bill Rea, Dr Sandy Hilton, Mr Bill Taylor, Dr Ruth Jones

12.15 - 1.15: Lunch, Trade Exhibtion & Networking

1.15 - 2pm
Miss Maria Elliott / Mr Tim King: 
London Pelvic Health Group
"What has biomechanics got to do with Ante & Post natal"

2 - 2.30pm 
Miss Catherine Brown
: PhD Canditate, University of Limerick
"Pelvic Health & Neuro": From PhD to clinical practice

2.30 - 3pm 
Mr Gerard Greene 
Birmingham Pregnancy, Post Natal & Women’s Health Clinic
"Lessons learnt from developing a pelvic Physiotherapy Clinic”

3.00 - 3.20pm Coffee, Trade Exhibition & Networking

3.20 - 4pm 
Mrs Clare Lait 
Specialist Oncology & Macmillan Physiotherapist 
"Exercise & Oncology : Breast cancer to Prostate" It works

4pm - 4.30pm 
Expert Panel Discussion 

Maria Elliot, Tim King, Catherine Brown, Clare Lait

4.30 Summary, Conclusion and raffle prizes 

 

Pre Summit Course with  Dr Sandy Hilton ( APTA, Chicargo , USA)
Friday 17th June 2016
"An Intergrated approach to the Pelvic Patient: Linking the Pelvic floor, Manual Therapy and Pain Science"
Fee: £147 ( See separate link)

Walsall, UK
18th June 2016
Sputum Clearance Course with Dr Paula Agostini

This one-day course will enable clinicians to:

Aims of the one day course are -

1. Introduction to Airway clearance techniques

2. Understand airways physiology, ‘normal’ airway clearance and reasons for sputum retention.

3. The AD Technique- explanation, delegate demo and try out–breathing pattern and lung volumes

4. The different breathing techniques, ACBT,PEP, Flutter, Acapella.

5. How breathing techniques work -physiological basis of the breathing technique and lung volume

6. Further to point 5 understand how the technique will be tailored to the individual patient

7. Understand the impact of pathology on sputum production and clearance

8. Understand the use and impact of Cough Assist, IPPB/NIV in ITU/Poorly Patients

9. Be able to evaluate patient problems and demonstrate a high level of reasoning when considering individual case studies

Walsall, UK
11th June 2016
Southampton Formthotics Workshop

This practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector:

On completion participants will have:

  •  Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions
  •  Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations.
  •  Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

For the £30 booking fee, you will recieve £30 worth of free formthotics to use straight away back in your clinic!

 

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8th February 2017
Safe use of acupuncture during Pregnancy - West Midlands

Safe Use of Acupuncture during Pregnancy

This new one day course is ideal for Physiotherapists, midwives, osteopaths, chiropractors and other healthcare clinicians to learn how the use of acupuncture alongside manual therapy treatments can be used in the management of the pregnant patient.

Participants on this course will:

 

  • Develop the knowledge and understanding to know when and how to safely apply acupuncture during pregnancy.

 

  • Learn about how to clinically reason treatments to then manage patients with back pain, SPD, and pelvic girdle pain.

 

  • Develop their skills in a mixture of western based and traditional Chinese medicine during practical needling sessions to ensure safe technique of new and unfamiliar acupuncture and trigger points.

 

  • Review and discuss the management of other pregnancy related conditions and how these can be managed with full reference to research based evidence.

 

 

Walsall, UK
21st May 2016
Respiratory Update Course with Dr Paula Agostini May 2016

This one-day course will enable clinicians to:

  • Update and refresh their Respiratory clinical skills

 

  • Improve their respiratory clinical reasoning abilities

 

  • Develop Respiratory  background knowledge to include
    • Pulmonary Pathology, Respiratory Anatomy & Physioloogy,
    • Ventilation & Postioning
    • Effects of Anaesthesia
    • Respiratory failure

 

  • Explore patient management through the use of Case Studies

 

Tutor: Dr. Paula Agostini PhD MSc MCSP

Paula works as a Clinicial Specialist in Thoracic Surgery in Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. She is a recognized expert in respiratory physiotherapy having  multiple peer reviewed publications in impact rated Journals and having presented at numerous conferences. She has extensive experience of delivering high quality respiratory CPD courses in the UK and Ireland. She is an External Guest lecturer for Birmingham University and University of Central England. She has just completed her PHd in Respiratory Physiotherapy in  Coventry University.

Walsall, UK
14th May 2016
Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging in Women's & Men's Health Physiotherapy (Proudly sponsored by Patterson Medical & Neen)

This innovative one day clinical courseis ideal for physiotherapists with an interest in Women’s and Men’s Health wanting to refresh, update or develop their Ultrasound imaging skills.

Birmingham, UK
18th September 2015
Pilates in Women’s Health Physiotherapy : Dublin

This new course allows participants to integrate evidence-based Physiotherapy Pilates techniques and strategies into their women’s health practice to include Pelvic Girdle pain, Rectus Diastasis, Post Natal rehab  and pelvic floor re-training.

Ticket cost €147

Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland
21st November 2015
Pilates in Women’s Health Physiotherapy - London
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7th May 2016
Pilates in Women’s Health Physiotherapy - Cork
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11th June 2016
Pilates in Women’s Health Physiotherapy - Birmingham
Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands
19th March 2016
Pilates in Women’s Health Physiotherapy - Belfast
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9th April 2016
Pilates in Women's Health Physiotherapy

This new course allows participants to integrate evidence-based Physiotherapy Pilates techniques and strategies into their women’s health practice to include Pelvic Girdle pain, Rectus Diastasis, Post Natal rehab and pelvic floor re-training.

Walsall, UK
3rd October 2015
Peter Dornan: “Managing the Martians; male pelvic pain” London

 

A Practical Evening on Male Pelvic Pain

with Mr Peter Dornan ( APA, Author , Pelvic Pain : An MSk Approach)

 

Peter Dornan is an Australian Physiotherapist and viewed by many as the God Father of Men’s health Physiotherapy. His books are viewed as seminal texts on Pelvic Pain management from an MSk perspective. This is a unique opportunity to spend an evening with Peter as he delivers a hands on practical seminar on his approach to Pelvic pain and dysfunction. Due to the practical element places will be limited .

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9th June 2016
NAQI Soft tissue course - Birmingham March 2016

Naqi soft tissue courses  are highly practical workshops which provide a clear understanding of the principles and  techniques that can be used  immediately in clinical practice.

Join us to develop  expertise in the application of Soft Tissue  techniques for 
 Cervical  & Thoracic Region
 Lumbar & Pelvic Regions
 Piriformis & deep hip structures
 Common  lower limb sports presentations 

 

Birmingham, UK
16th March 2016
Naqi soft tissue course (London May 2016)

Naqi soft tissue courses  are highly practical workshops which provide a clear understanding of the principles and  techniques that can be used  immediately in clinical practice.

Join us to develop  expertise in the application of Soft Tissue techniques for

·  Cervical  & Thoracic Region

·  Lumbar & Pelvic Regions

·  Piriformis & deep hip structures

·  Common  lower limb sports presentations

Tutor: Mike Grice , B Osteopahty, Pg Cert Clinical Anatomy, International  tutor.

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14th May 2016
Naqi soft tissue course (Birmingham May 2016)

Naqi soft tissue courses  are highly practical workshops which provide a clear understanding of the principles and  techniques that can be used  immediately in clinical practice.

Join us to develop  expertise in the application of Soft Tissue techniques for

·  Cervical  & Thoracic Region

·  Lumbar & Pelvic Regions

·  Piriformis & deep hip structures

·  Common  lower limb sports presentations

Venue:  Birmingham Movement Clinic, Haborne , B17 9AH

Tutor: Mike Grice , B Osteopahty, Pg Cert Clinical Anatomy, International  tutor.

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18th May 2016
Musculoskeletal Skills for Women's Health Physios: Fully Booked
  • Incorporate a musculoskeletal Based Clinical Reasoning approach to client assessment & management
  • Refine Lumbar Spine & thoracic techniques
  • Develop SIJ/ Pelvic techniques relevant to Pelvic Girdle pain & Pelvic pain patients.
  • Learn and refine manual therapy techniques including Manipulation, mobilisation and MWMs to the lumbar spine, thoracic spine, pelvic and hip regions
London,
5th March 2017
Manual Therapy in Sport : Cardiff Blues

Manual Therapy in Sport

This innovative two day clinical course will enable participants to:

  • Be confident in their Manual Therapy Skills
  • Develop  a  Mechanisms Based Approach to Clinical Reasoning
  • Refine objective Testing to include functional demo, differential testing, mini treatments, developing innovative practice as related to sport
  • Link Pain mechanisms and their relevance to sporting presentations
  • Refresh, learn  and refine Manual Therapy Skills relevant to Sports and private practice
  • Develop  Manual Therapy Skills to include
    • Spinal Combined Movements
    • Develop functional clinically relevant  PPIVMS & PAIVMS
    • The further application of Mobilisations with Movement
    • Sporting neurodynamics
    • Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Sports Manips
Cardiff , Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
18th March 2017
London: Advanced 2 day UroGyne & Colorectal Course: Bringing it all together with Dr. Holly Herman

The Course will enable participants to:

  • Develop advanced skills in colorectal assessment & management
  • Gain further understanding of  the anatomy and physiology of the female genito-urinary system as it pertains to vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, pelvic organ prolapse & Urinary Incontinence.
  • Explore Sexual dysfunctions including vaginismus and dyspareunia and their MSK/ orthopaedic considerations
  • Perform detailed external and internal pelvic floor labs to enable the clinician to know which muscles & layers are problematic
  • Explore visceral contributions to pelvic dysfunction
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14th May 2016
London Formthotics Seminar

This free practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector: providing competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions.

Wimbledon, London , UK
18th September 2015
London “The Pelvis & Pelvic Floor: Assessing & Managing connections from the Upper Cervical Spine to the Diaphragm “ With Susan Coel Clinton.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
 Review the anatomy and physiology of the Cervical Spine to the pelvic floor
 Define normal abdominal and thoracic pressures and how these pressures are increased with normal postures, positions and activities.
 Discuss the typical dysfunctions of the upper quarter and how these regions have input to changes in physiology of the trigeminal and vagal ANS
 Explain the relevant effects of upper quarter stiffness on fatigability of the pelvic floor muscles and training
 Outline new concepts of intervention techniques to reduce the effects of cervical/thoracic dysfunction on the respiratory, neurological and musculoskeletal systems

 

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9th July 2016
Liverpool Formthotics Workshop ( at The Physiotherapy Centre )

This practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector:

On completion participants will have:

  •  Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions
  •  Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations.
  •  Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

For the £30 booking fee, you will recieve £30 worth of free formthotics to use straight away back in your clinic!

Liverpool ,
29th March 2017
Introduction to Yoga for Physiotherapists & Health Professionals - Dublin
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23rd April 2016
Introduction to Yoga for Physios & Health Professionals - Hertfordshire
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
14th May 2016
Introduction to Pelvic Floor Function & Dysfunction, Birmingham

In this two day course we will provide physiotherapists with an intensive overview of the structure and function of the female pelvis and pelvic floor. This course is designed for theNew Women's Health physiotherapist interested in getting experience at pelvic floor examination and treatment.  Also ideal for the Women's Health Physio who  wishes toexpand their skill set  and to  develop their examination and treatment skills. Perfect also for those clinicians returning to Women's Health Physiotherapy. 

 

Physiotherapists on this Course will cover:

 

  • Anatomy, physiology and  function of the female pelvis and pelvic floor
  • The relationship between the pelvic girdle and the pelvic floor
  • Assessment and treatment of urinary incontinence
  • Introduction to the assessment and treatment of pelvic pain
  • Introduction to female sexual dysfunction
  • External and internal assessment and treatment techniques
  • Designing a management programme for pelvic floor dysfunction
Birmingham, UK
7th May 2016
Integrating Spinal Manipulation and Combined Movements for pain & dysfunction.

Integrating Spinal Manipulation and Combined Movements for pain & dysfunction.

(This 2 day course covers the theory and application of spinal manual therapy, including manipulative thrusts, with emphasis on the use of combined movements).

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16th April 2016
Formthotics Workshop (Bolton)

This practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector:
On completion participants will have:

  • Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions
  • Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations.
  • Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

Tutor: Mr John O Regan. MCSP, HCPC, Physiotherapist & Podiatrist.
John has extensive combined MSk Physio & Podiatry experience in orthotic fitting.

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21st April 2016
Formthotics Workshop (Birmingham)

This practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector:
On completion participants will have:

  • Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions
  • Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations.
  • Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

Tutor: Mr John O Regan. MCSP, HCPC, Physiotherapist & Podiatrist.
John has extensive combined MSk Physio & Podiatry experience in orthotic fitting.

Birmingham, UK
30th November 2016
Formthotics Workshop (APPI London)

This practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector:
On completion participants will have:

  • Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions
  • Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations.
  • Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

Tutor: Mr John O Regan. MCSP, HCPC, Physiotherapist & Podiatrist.
John has extensive combined MSk Physio & Podiatry experience in orthotic fitting.

London ,
20th January 2017
Edinburgh “The Pelvis & Pelvic Floor: Assessing & Managing connections from the Upper Cervical Spine to the Diaphragm “ With Susan Coel Clinton and Bill Taylor.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

 Review the anatomy and physiology of the Cervical Spine to the pelvic floor
 Define normal abdominal and thoracic pressures and how these pressures are increased with normal postures, positions and activities.
 Discuss the typical dysfunctions of the upper quarter and how these regions have input to changes in physiology of the trigeminal and vagal ANS
 Explain the relevant effects of upper quarter stiffness on fatigability of the pelvic floor muscles and training
 Outline new concepts of intervention techniques to reduce the effects of cervical/thoracic dysfunction on the respiratory, neurological and musculoskeletal systems.

 

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2nd July 2016
Dynamic Taping Practical Seminar: Birmingham

Dynamic Taping Practical Seminar: Birmingham

Dynamic Taping seminars are highly practical workshops which provide a clear understanding of the principles and techniques that can be used  immediately in clinical practice.

 

Birmingham, UK
6th May 2016
Dynamic Tape Seminar: Euston London

This exciting practical Seminar  will enable participants to:

   Develop their understanding of the role of Dynamic  taping.

   Develop expertise in the application of Dynamic

     taping for common clinical conditions.

   Become proficient at applying Dynamic  taping   effectively to a variety of regions.

 

Tutor: Melanie Betts, MSc (Manip Ther); MMACP; MCSP;  (Glasgow ‘14, London ‘12 Olympic Volunteer Physio, Private Practitioner, DTape Tutor, MSc MSk Lecturer (MSc Manual Ther/MACP Clinical mentor)

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25th June 2016
Dynamic Tape Evening Seminar: Leeds

Dynamic Taping seminars are highly practical workshops which provide a clear understanding of the principles and techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

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11th June 2016
Dynamic Tape Evening Seminar: Hertfordshire

This exciting practical Seminar  will enable participants to:

   Develop their understanding of the role of Dynamic taping.

   Develop expertise in the application of Dynamic

     taping for common clinical conditions.

   Become proficient at applying Dynamic  taping   effectively to a variety of regions.

 

Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
24th June 2016
Dublin: Advanced 2 day UroGyne & Colorectal Course: Bringing it all together with Dr. Holly Herman

The Course will enable participants to:

  • Develop advanced skills in colorectal assessment & management
  • Gain further understanding of  the anatomy and physiology of the female genito-urinary system as it pertains to vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, pelvic organ prolapse & Urinary Incontinence.
  • Explore Sexual dysfunctions including vaginismus and dyspareunia and their MSK/ orthopaedic considerations
  • Perform detailed external and internal pelvic floor labs to enable the clinician to know which muscles & layers are problematic
  • Explore visceral contributions to pelvic dysfunction
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7th May 2016
Dublin, Ireland "Nuts & Bolts of Men's Health Physiotherapy & Prostate Cancer"

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 Irish and international 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.

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24th September 2016
Dr Sandy Hilton : "An Integrated approach to the Pelvic Patient: Linking the Pelvic floor, Manual Therapy and Pain Science"

This one day course is Pre the Pelvic Summit 2016 (#pelvicsummit16) it is designed for Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapists who want to develop their knowledge in these areas of Pelvic Health.  

 

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the position, function and relevance of the neuroanatomy of the pelvis and pelvic region, including spinal and pelvic floor anatomy.
  • Demonstrate neurodynamic & manual therapy interventions and specific exercises for the pelvic patient.
  • Perform non-provocative manual therapy & myofascial techniques for the pelvic region with external approaches.
  • Develop an integrated treatment program ranging from acute to chronic pelvic  conditions.
  • Integrate modern pain sciences into management of the pelvic patient.

Tutor: Dr Sandy Hilton is a leading international Pelvic PT.  She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Des Moines University in 2013. Sandy has contributed to 2 chapters, 2 papers, and a book on pelvic pain and what we can do about it in the clinic. She is an international instructor and speaker in the US, Canada, and at the NOI2012 conference in Australia. Sandy’s clinical interest is chronic pain with a particular interest in complex pelvic pain disorders for men and women.  

Running a busy clinic in Chicago she has also been the Director of Programming for the Section on Women’s Health of the APTA  since 2012. In her spare time Sandy is a stand-up comic!

                                                         

 

 

     

Walsall, UK
17th June 2016
Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor ( Sponsered by Salaso)

Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor


This new two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists, Sports Med Physicians  & clinicians with an interest in refreshing, updating or developing their skills in assessing and managing Pelvic, hip and lumbar spine dysfunction in the elite and recreational male & Female athlete.

Walsall, UK
9th September 2016
Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor ( Birmingham UK April 2017 )

Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor


This new two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists, Sports Med Physicians  & clinicians with an interest in refreshing, updating or developing their skills in assessing and managing Pelvic, hip and lumbar spine dysfunction in the elite and recreational male & Female athlete.

Fee :

Total Course Fee: £287

 


Course Content

Identify Athletic pelvic, lumbar spine & hip presentations where pelvic floor dysfunction is implicated

Assessment and management of the female and male athletic Pelvis  with Musculoskeletal, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual or colorectal dysfunction.


Be confident in the assessment of pelvic floor anatomy including differentiation of superficial and deep pelvic floor muscles

Develop skills to perform internal pelvic floor examination on male and female athletes.
Recognise potential disorders of pelvic floor muscle over-activity and relate this to athletic pelvic dysfunction in males & females

Use advanced manual therapy techniques for the pelvic floor muscles and neural tissue, including the pudendal nerve to include pelvic floor trigger pointing (Manual & EZ Magic techniques)


Assess and rehab the lumbar spine and pelvis using movement analysis & correction to treat pain and disability.

 

Walsall, UK
1st April 2017
Dr Ruth Jones: Entry Level Pelvic Floor & Women’s Physiotherapy Course

Dr Ruth Jones: Entry Level Pelvic Floor & Women’s Health Course

 

Dr Ruth jones is recognized as a leading Pelvic health Physio clinician, researcher, tutor, author & mentor. She combines teaching and presenting with working in her clinic in Southampton. This course will take new Pelvic health physios through the anatomy of the pelvic floor to becoming competent and confident in performing internal assessments and treatments. It will also combine traditional pelvic health skills with musculoskeletal skills to provide a more complete management of typical women’s health conditions. This course is ideal for the new women’s health physio or those who want to refresh and refine their skills.

Walsall, UK
5th November 2016
Dr Ruth Jones: Entry Level Pelvic Floor & Women’s Health Physiotherapy Course : Feb 2017

Dr Ruth Jones: Entry Level Pelvic Floor & Women’s Health Course

 

Dr Ruth jones is recognized as a leading Pelvic health Physio clinician, researcher, tutor, author & mentor. She combines teaching and presenting with working in her clinic in Southampton. This course will take new Pelvic health physios through the anatomy of the pelvic floor to becoming competent and confident in performing internal assessments and treatments. It will also combine traditional pelvic health skills with musculoskeletal skills to provide a more complete management of typical women’s health conditions. This course is ideal for the new women’s health physio or those who want to refresh and refine their skills.

 

You will learn

 

  • Musculoskeletal assessment of the female Pelvis & Lumbar Spine
  • Functional anatomy of the Pelvic floor and associated structures
  • Internal Pelvic Floor assessment
  • Internal Pelvic Floor treatment and management
  • Introduction to the Assessment & Management of key Women’s Health Conditions to include
    • Urinary Incontinence
    • Over active Bladder
    • Pelvic Pain
    • Sexual Dysfunction

 

Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Midlands , UK
18th February 2017
Dr Ruth Jones: Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging in Women’s & Men’s Health Physiotherapy:

This innovative two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists with an interest in Women’s and Men’s Health wanting to refresh, update or develop their Ultrasound imaging skills.

 

On completion of the course participants will :

 

 

  • Have experience in using real time ultrasound imaging of the pelvic floor, pelvic organs and lumbo-pelvic cylinder in both men and women
  • Understand how ultrasound imaging can facilitate diagnosis of specific PF dysfunction
  • Develop Ultrasound skills to assess PFM function, and effectiveness of  manual therapy techniques to treat pelvic floor muscle imbalance, over and under activity
  • Explore measurement of the width/depth of Rectus Diastasis and strategies to change the stiffness, improve the tension of the midline structures
  • Use Ultrasound imaging as biofeedback for PFM rehabilitation in male and female patients
  • Use ultrasound imaging to assess the effectiveness of internal techniques
  • Examine the role of transperineal US in research projects
Walsall, UK
19th November 2016
Bristol Formthotics Seminar

This free practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector: providing competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions.

Kingswood, Bristol, UK
25th September 2015
Birmingham UK "Nuts & Bolts of Men's Health Physiotherapy & Prostate Cancer"

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) 

 

Birmingham, UK
30th September 2016
Birmingham Formthotics Workshop

This free practical seminar is aimed at Physios & health professionals based in the Private sector: On completion participants will have: Competency to prescribe & fit formthotics for a range of clinical conditions Experience at selecting the most appropriate formthotic device for various clinical presentations. Developed confidence in using , handling and fitting the product through practical hands on demonstration and practice.

Birmingham, UK
24th July 2015
Ante & Post Natal Applications of Dynamic Tape : Fully Booked

This is a highly practical workshop which will provide a clear understanding of the principles and techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice

This exciting new practical Seminar will enable participants to:

  • Develop their understanding of the role of Dynamic taping
  • Develop expertise in the application of Dynamic Taping for Ante & Post Natal presentations including:
    • Pelvic Girdle Pain, Low Back Pain
    • Cervicothoracic Dysfunction
    • Rectus Diastasis
    • Posterior Hip pain Syndromes
    • De Quervans / Elbow wrist and hand dysfunction
London,
5th March 2017
An evening of Pelvic Floor & Prosecco for West Midlands NCT & Ante & Post Natal Practitioners

Pregnancy, Post Natal & Women’s Health Physiotherapy

An evening of Pelvic Floor & Prosecco for West Midlands NCT & Ante & Post Natal Practitioners

 

Speaker: Fiona Mitchell, Specialist Women’s Health Physiotherapist.

 

 Content

1.  Managing Pelvic Girdle Pain

2. Checking for a Rectus Diastasis and it’s Management

3. Effective Pelvic Floor rehab

4. Prolapse : Assessment & Management

5. Good Bowel habits post natally

6. Post Natal return to exercise

 www.harbornephysio.co.uk

Twitter: @womenshealthfb

Facebook : Harborne Pregnancy And Women's Health Physiotherapy

Birmingham, UK
15th September 2016
Advanced Manual Therapy and Clinical Reasoning Skills to Enhance Patient Assessment and Management

Innovative two day clincial course will incorporate a mechanisms based approach to clinical reasoning; refine objective Testing to include functional demo, differential testing, mini treatments, developing innovative practices and much more

Cork, Ireland
12th September 2015
Advanced Manual Therapy and Clinical Reasoning Skills to Enhance Patient Assessment and Management

This innovative two day clinical course will enable participants to:

  • Incorporate a  Mechanisms Based Approach to Clinical Reasoning
  • Refine objective Testing to include functional demo, differential testing, mini treatments, developing innovative practice
  • Develop a clinically relevant approach to pain mechanisms and neurodynamics
  • Develop Advanced Manual Therapy Skills to include
Walsall, UK
18th February 2017
Acupuncture in Women’s Health - West Midlands

This one day CPD course is ideal for Physiotherapists, midwives, osteopaths, chiropractors and other healthcare clinicians to learn how to integrate acupuncture into the management of women’s health patients

The main areas cover during the course will be:

 

  1. Pelvic pain - Evidence for the use of acupuncture in conditions such as vulvodynia and other chronic pelvic pain conditions will be covered. Evidenced protocols will be described and unfamiliar points practiced. Myofascial pelvic pain presentations typically seen will also be presented alongside how to use acupuncture to treat associated trigger points.
  2. Urogynae acupuncture - The use of acupuncture for urinary incontinence, overactive bladder and associated symptoms will be presented. This will be a mix of both Western clinical reasoning and Chinese medicine reasoning in order to give a holistic approach.
  3. Bowel disturbances - Acupuncture to assist with the treatment of faecal incontinence, chronic constipation and other bowel disorders will be described. Digestive disturbances such as IBS and bloating will also be explained within a Chinese medicine framework.
Walsall, UK
9th July 2016
Acupuncture & Dry Needling: The Next Level

Join International tutors Dr. Hugo Pinto and Physiotherapist Simon Coghlan who will take your acupuncture skills to the next level and achieve clinical results you never thought possible.


A must for Physios & Clinicians working in Sport, Musculoskeletal, Pain management, Rheumatology and orthopaedics.

Walsall, UK
2nd April 2016
AACP Accredited Foundation Acupuncture Course

This new Foundation Acupuncture course will provide the required knowledge and understanding of the physiological effects of acupuncture on pain management and the healing process. On completion of the course participants will be able to practise acupuncture in a safe and appropriate manner, in a clinical setting.

Birmingham, UK
27th November 2015
A Closer Look at Pelvic Pain: Dr Ruth Jones (**2nd dates added due to popular demand**)

A Closer Look at Pelvic Pain: Dr Ruth Jones

This new two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists & clinicians with an interest in refreshing, updating or developing their skills in assessing and managing Chronic Pelvic Pain.


On completion of the course participants will:


Be confident in the assessment of pelvic floor anatomy including differentiation of superficial and deep pelvic floor muscles
Recognise potential disorders of pelvic floor muscle over-activity, and applying this to treat bladder and bowel dysfunction, prolapse, chronic pelvic pain, prostate pain, and bladder pain syndromes in men and women
Use advanced manual therapy techniques for the pelvic floor muscles and neural tissue, including the pudendal nerve
Develop a clinically useful, holistic model to illustrate and effectively manage the multi-dimensional aspect of pain, especially the “difficult” cases.
Assess and rehab the lumbar spine and pelvis using movement analysis & correction to treat pain and disability.

 

Walsall, UK
23rd April 2016
A Closer Look at Pelvic Pain: Dr Ruth Jones

This new two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists & clinicians with an interest in refreshing, updating or developing their skills in assessing and managing Chronic Pelvic Pain  to include bladder and bowel dysfunction, prolapse, chronic pelvic pain,pudendal neuralgia,  prostate pain, and bladder pain syndromes in men and women.

 

Walsall, UK
12th March 2016
(2nd Date Added) Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor ( Sponsered by Salaso)

Dr Ruth Jones: The Athletic Pelvis & Pelvic Floor 


This new two day clinical course is ideal for physiotherapists, Sports Med Physicians  & clinicians with an interest in refreshing, updating or developing their skills in assessing and managing Pelvic, hip and lumbar spine dysfunction in the elite and recreational male & Female athletes

Total Course Fee: £287

Deposit to secure place of £87 with full fee payable by 1st September 2016

 

 

 

Walsall, UK
14th October 2016
Dynamic Taping Course : University of Bolton

Dynamic Taping seminars are highly practical workshops which provide a clear

understanding of the principles and techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice

This exciting practical Seminar will enable participants to:

Develop their understanding of the role of Dynamic taping

Develop expertise in the application of Dynamic taping for common clinical conditions.

Become proficient at applying Dynamic taping effectively to a variety of regions

Bolton ,
15th March 2017