Get up close with the anatomical structures that you treat every day in your practice.
If it’s been a while since you had the privilege of returning to the anatomy laboratory to learn, then you’ll love this course!
Pelvic pain and organ dysfunction is a common presentation in our society and this sensitive area of practice requires a sound understanding of the functional clinical anatomy, common symptoms, and treatment approaches available.
This clinical anatomy course is structured around real case studies seen by the interdisciplinary team at the Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia in Sydney.
Presentation of patient history, clinical examination, treatments, interventional options and clinical outcomes will be incorporated into viewing the clinical and functional anatomy of relevant pre-dissected pelvic cadavers under the guidance of gynaecological surgeon and pain physician Prof Thierry Vancaillie.
The day will conclude with a tour of Melbourne Uni’s private Harry Brookes Allen Museum of Anatomy and Pathology - one of Australia's largest collections of human tissue specimens, comparative anatomy specimens and historical anatomical models.
At the end of this workshop you will be able to;
This course is applicable to all medical practitioners and allied health with an interest in pelvic anatomy. It would serve as an excellent addition to Liz Howard’s Pain & Pregnancy and Pelvic Pain Puzzle courses.
The course will also feature exclusive access to anatomy, embryology, physiology pre-learning videos (to maximise time in the lab). Internal techniques will not be demonstrated.
The course will run from 8:45AM to 4:30PM. Places are limited to 24 attendees. It includes morning and afternoon tea and an e-certificate of attendance for your CPD records. The course can be counted as 8 hours CPD.
About the Presenters
Professor Thierry Vancaillie is one of Australia’s few accredited Gynaecologist and Pain Medicine Physicians, renowned for his role in developing minimally invasive procedures, including hysteroscopic and laparoscopic surgery. His expertise includes pudendal neuralgia, pelvic pain, post-surgical pain due to mesh implants and the surgical treatment of infertility due to Asherman's Syndrome.
Liz Howard has 25 years experience as an osteopath. She holds the title of Advanced Pain Management Osteopath (USYD), pain educator and clinical specialist in sacral neuromodulation. She has more than 17 years’ experience teaching at multiple Australian universities and as a CPD provider. Liz has been working in collaboration with Prof Vancaillie the team at WHRIA for over 10 years, providing osteopathic manual therapy, pain education, exercise and home care advice to help guide patients on their path to recovery, as a part of a whole team approach.
The Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia (WHRIA) is a tertiary specialist clinic for pelvic and perineal pain, general gynaecology and hormone issues, with referrals for women and men from all over Australia.