pelvic-function-courses

Pelvic Function Courses

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 1: Anatomy including ‘build a pelvis’ practical
Outline – We cover anatomy of bony pelvis, sexual dimorphism, ligaments and associated structures, muscles, fascia, neurovascular components, viscera, the interstitium and the autonomic nervous system……. More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 2: Physiology of pelvic function / Neurophysiology of pelvic function……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 3: Pathology of pelvic disorders……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 4: Medical testing in the pelvis / Clinical reasoning in the pelvis……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 5: Assessment history taking / Assessment motivation and Ethics……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 6: Management planning / Up-training vs. down-regulation / Practicals……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 7: Management in the pelvis……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 8: Electrotherapy in the pelvis / Medication and surgery in the pelvis / Practicals……More

Description

This modular course covers basic concepts in pelvic function and women’s health. It does not include an internal vaginal examination, and as such you are not fully equipped to do a comprehensive assessment of pelvic function – you will not come away as a pelvic or women’s health physiotherapist. It will be a first step into the pelvis – to understand the complex relationships between bladder, bowel and sexual function. Comprehensive questioning combined with clinical reasoning will allow you to provide simple treatment strategies of education and advice for (pelvic) women’s health related issues.

Module 9: Practicals……More