Welcome! and thank you for joining our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy course.
With the combined knowledge of 3 super course tutors, our mission is to get you started on your pelvic health journey to go from complete beginner to competent practitioner!
Find out a little more about each of us below:
Aoife Cullen is a Clinical Specialist physiotherapist working as part of the National MDT for Vaginal Mesh Complications at the National Maternity Hospital, Holles St.
Aoife has worked solely in Pelvic Health for the last seven years, having training in the area while working in the Loid Hole Women’s Hospital in Edmonton, Canada. She completed her Masters of Physiotherapy in Women’s health in 2021 and is current chair of the ISCP clinical interest group Chartered Physiotherapists in Pelvic Health and Continence.
Ciara Ryan is a Clinical Specialist physiotherapist working as part of the National MDT for Vaginal Mesh Complications at the National Maternity Hospital, Holles St.
Ciara has specialised in Pelvic Health physiotherapy since 2010, working in both Ireland and Australia. She is a former chair of the ISCP Chartered Physiotherapists in Pelvic Health and Continence. She is passionate about exercise and working in the area of women’s wellness to facilitate optimum physical health.
Leah Bryans has worked in Pelvic Health since 2007. Having worked for many years in The National Maternity Hospital and The Pelvic Floor Centre, she now runs her own private practice ‘Leah Bryans Physiotherapy.’ Leah enjoys working with women through pregnancy, perimenopause, pre and post Gynaecological surgery and treated many women with complex pelvic floor dysfunctions affecting bladder, bowel and uterus.
Leah is a qualified Pilates Instructor and specialises in prescribing restorative movement to build strength from the inside out for women with pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain.