In this FREE presentation Prof Thierry Vancaillie from the Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia (WHRIA) will discuss the common causes and treatments of Vulval Pain.
Pelvic pain is a common, yet challenging area of practice. Learn to diagnose and treat common presentations including pain with sitting, walking and sex, bladder and bowel symptoms, musculo-skeletal pain such as pelvic girdle pain, and visceral pain such as dysmenorrhea and endometriosis.
Reacquaint yourself up-close and personal with the anatomy of the shoulder girdle by examining upper-limb cadaver specimens then transfer and apply the anatomical perspectives from the cadaver lab into a clinical setting with diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of common shoulder presentations.
'Dizziness' is a very common complaint encountered by health practitioners that will only become more prevalent given the aging population. By understanding the 6 variations of Benign Paroxysmal Positioning Vertigo (BPPV) diagnosis and treatment is very effective and immediate.
Liz is an inspiring and engaging presenter. She shares extensive clinical knowledge of pelvic and perineal pain by way of case studies and current evidence based practice protocols and relates current clinical application models for chronic pain seamlessly with familiar osteopathic principles.
This course has helped me to develop my confidence in diagnosing and treating patients with pelvic and perineal pain in a way that is immediately transferable to my every day practice.
Organisation and venue was great which left participants comfortable to concentrate on the excellent delivery of very helpful and relevant information and instruction. Well done everyone involved and a big thank you to Liz for so generously sharing her skill and expertise.
This was hands down one of the best courses I have attended! The balance of updated info, the course structure and the hands on practice was brilliant.
I especially enjoyed that you tailored the course to the attendees and the one day course structure so that I don't feel burned out on the weekend and it didn’t impact work as much as a two day course may have.