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Pilates in Women's Health
From Raffles Singapore to Rathgar Dublin

Really excited and honoured to be running the Pilates course in Maeve Whelan's world renowned Women's Health Physio clinic in Dublin. Maeve is an internationally recognised expert in Women' s and Men's health and lectures on both worldwide. Maeve has a large clinic in Milltown Dublin ( near Rathgar). The idea for this course was from a discussion we had with Susan Mc Donnell who is the tutor and Jo Millios an Australian Physio. We all met up at WCPT 2015 in Singapore for the first time where the course was birthed.  Susan is also teaching this course in West Midlands UK in early October 2015. 


Upcoming Event...
Mr Bill Taylor Male Pelvic Pain Physiotherapy : October 2019 West Midlands UK

Saturday 26th October 2019 - Sunday 27th October 2019

This highly practical course  for the physiotherapist who wants to develop expertise in the assessment and treatment of the male pelvic floor and related conditions with an emphasis on male pelvic pain. Previously the course has attracted a spectrum of clinicians including experienced and new Women’s health physios, musculoskeletal & Sports physios ( male & female) who were keen to develop their scope of practice. This course will take physios through the anatomy of the male pelvic floor to becoming competent and confident in performing internal & external assessments on the patient with male pelvic pain. It will also combine traditional pelvic health skills with musculoskeletal skills to provide a more complete management of typical Men’s health conditions.

What will you learn on this course

  • Mechanisms of male pelvic pain
  • Detailed anatomy & Physiology  of the Male urogenital systems 
  • Pelvic Floor anatomy related to pelvic pain
  • Improved understanding of Male anatomy & physiology including urinary & sexual function
  • External assessment skills of the Male Pelvis , Hip, Abdomen & Spine
  • Internal Assessment skills of the Male pelvic floor
  • Musculoskeletal Assessment & Management as related to common clinical conditions
  • Male Pelvic floor rehabilitation