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Quick Look Back at The Pelvic Summit 2016 #pelvicsummit16
Quick Look Back at The Pelvic Summit 2016 #pelvicsummit16

The  Pelvic Summit  was a huge success and featured presentations on The Athletic Pelvis, Pelvic pain , Erectile Dysfunction, Oncology, Neuro & Pelvic health and post natal biomechanics. Some very innovative practical hands on sessions from Dr Ruth Jones, Maria Elliot and Timothy King. Big thanks to Bill Rea, Bill Taylor, Sandy Hilton, Clare Lait and Catherine Brown for some stunning presentations also. Huge thanks to all who attended and the Gold Sponsers Neen ( Patterson Medical ) & Elgenia and the great exhibitors we had. Thanks also to those who donated prizes, helped out and helped us promote it. We had some great twitter coverage and check out the #pelvicsummit16 to see it all. Gerard


Upcoming Event...
Managing Menopause for Physiotherapists & healthcare professionals

Saturday 9th March 2019

Managing Menopause for Physiotherapists & Healthcare Professionals

Treating and supporting women during peri-menopause, menopause and beyond.

A new 2-day course for Physiotherapists & healthcare professionals to help manage this important transition in all women’s lives. There are many symptoms of menopause including pelvic floor issues, pelvic pain, bladder dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginal atrophy, joint pain, osteoporosis, hot flushes, extreme fatigue and mood swings.

 

Course aims and objectives

  • Understand the hormonal changes and symptoms in peri, menopause and post menopause.
  • Develop an understanding of HRT and the options available.   
  • Identify the changes around pelvic and musculoskeletal systems and how pelvic, vaginal, physical and mental health is affected
  • Assess the pelvic floor and offer manual therapy techniques and exercises
  • Understand and treat the implications of early menopause and hysterectomy.   
  • Safe and effective exercise programmes for this group to minimise and improve risks around osteoporosis and heart disease
  • Lifestyle strategies such as sleep, stress management and diet
  • The ability to sensitively offer advice and when to refer on to a GP/consultant.