Greene Seminars News
February 2018: Some top Pelvic Health events
New for February 2018

An exciting few weeks ahead as we have Dr Ruth Jones back up in Birmingham to deliver her brilliant " Entry level Pelvic Floor Course" on 24/25th February. .  An essential for anyone planning to start work in Pelvic health.  We have also linked up with Daniel Jones, one of Wales and the UK's top physios and we run our 1st Pelvic health course in his Cardiff clinic on 17th Feb with a one day " US imaging for pelvic health course covering both male and female pelvic health applications".  The 1st weekend in March sees Fiona Mitchell and Gerard teach their very popular " Physio for pregnancy and Post Natal course " in Birmingham. Gerard is just back from teaching this to 35 Physios in Istanbul and is of to Dubai soon to deliver one of the Middle East's 1st Men's health courses. A busy couple of months but we love what we do. Alongside this we hope to open our 2nd Pelvic Health Physio clinic to serve even more men, women and children with pelvic health problems who need us.

Upcoming Event...
An Introduction to Female Pelvic Pain: ,April 2019: West Midlands UK

Saturday 6th April 2019 - Sunday 7th April 2019

  An Introduction to Female Pelvic Pain: ,April 2019: West Midlands UK 

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 female  Pelvic Pain.

This 2 day Introductory female pelvic pain  Physiotherapy course will introduce you to the  assessment and management of the female   patient who presents with a broad spectrum of conditions  such as vulval pain, vestibulodynia,  vulvoldynia,  vaginal atrophy, menopausal related pelvic pain &  athletic pelvic pain . It  will focus on the detailed history taking of the complex conditions these women present with.  

Who should attend:

Designed for  Physios & health professionals  who want to develop/update their interest in female pelvic pain  Physiotherapy, including those with a Women’s Health, men's health,  Musculoskeletal or Sports background. It will equip you to start working with female pelvic pain  patients and to develop a new role or service.

On completion of the course participants will:

  • Female  Pelvic Floor anatomy , function and dysfunction as related to female pelvic pain 

  • Developing detailed history taking skills with these complex conditions.

  • Exploring the complex psychological, emotional, congnitive, social  & behavioural aspects of the conditions these women present with.

  • Internal Examination in female  pelvic pain

  • Assessment & Management of female Pelvic Pain

  • Role of Musculoskeletal & exercise based physiotherapy in the female pelvic pain patient to include athletic pelvic pain. Bridging the MSk & pelvic health gap .