Female Pelvic Floor Refresher course
Postponed until further notice
Kilcock Physiotherapy Clinic
- Reminders of anatomy and physiology
- Subjective and objective assessment of urinary incontinence
- How to recognise pelvic organ prolapse
- Looking at the most common presentations in clinical practice
- How to assess and treat with confidence
- Simple language
- I aim to show you skills from my tried and tested clinical practise – what has worked for me over the last almost 20years
- Brainstorming of case studies or tricky WH pts you’ve had so far
- completed level one female pelvic floor course
I welcome expressions of interest for a live in person course, a pre recorded online course or a live online course covering any of the above!
Pelvic Floor and Pilates online workshop launching soon!!
suitable for Physiotherapists, Pilates instructors and fitness professionals
This workshop is suitable for those who are interested in working with women. It will teach you pelvic floor anatomy and physiology, in particular focusing on the effects of pregnancy and the post partum period.
We hope to help you understand the effects of this major life event on the pelvis and body as a whole, and teach you how to safely guide women through their return to exercise via our own tried and tested pilates methods.
Our goal is to create a group of ‘go to trainers’ for women post natally. Trainers who can support women to regain confidence and strength without causing undue pressure and strain on their recovering bodies.
The course is divided into two sections, theory lead by Leah Bryans and practical led by Eleanor Finn. Its a mix of powerpoint presentations with voice over and videos of the suggested exercises.
- Urinary Incontinence Ireland presents “Level 2- Expand your skills and learn to treat the more difficult pelvic floor “.
Leah Bryans, Cinny Cusack and Clare Farrell
9th May 2020 One day course
The Coombe Women’s and Infants Hospital, Dublin 8.
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