Pregnancy can be extremely challenging for a mother’s body. Learn to more effectively help women prepare for labour, during their pregnancy and to recover efficiently from delivery or caesarean section.
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 pelvis by examining cadaver specimens in the anatomy lab in the morning. Then, in the afternoon, apply your new anatomical perspectives to pelvic examination and manual therapy techniques in the prac lab.
Need some new tricks in your manual therapy bag?
Fascia is one of the most critical and misunderstood anatomical structures and is often the missing link for persistent pain after a fall or injury, recurrent acute back pain, post-surgical pain and contusion injuries.