Pregnancy & Post Natal Physiotherapy Masterclass

This 2 day Masterclass will focus on the Physiotherapy assessment and Management of the pregnant and post natal patient.

Designed for Physios & other clinicians who want to develop/update their expertise in pregnancy and post natal Physiotherapy, including those with a Women’s Health, Musculoskeletal or Sports background. It will also equip you to start working with these patients and to develop a new role or service.
 
DATE AND TIME: Fri, 19 Oct 2018, 09:00 – Sat, 20 Oct 2018, 17:00 
LOCATION: Mediclinic City Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Content:

  • Assessment & Management of pelvic girdle pain 
  • Effective management of Rectus diastasis or tummy gap 
  • Post Natal Low back , hip and thoracic pain
  • Functional post natal rehab getting these women back to normal living 
  • Post Natal Return to sport & exercise 
  • Introduction to the Management of pelvic floor weakness and urinary incontinence in a post natal patient 
  • How do develop a pregnancy & post natal Physiotherapy service & role : An expanding role for Physiotherapists

Course presenters:

Ms Maria Elliot is recognised as a global leader and innovator in Pelvic health. Maria has a long history in pelvic health physiotherapy and has several busy clinics in London. Her Mummy MOT programme has quickly become a must do course for Physiotherapists. Maria has taught widely on multiple aspects of female pelvic health and has a long history of mentoring pelvic healtlh physios also. An in demand clinician & tutor and great to have her finally teaching in the gulf region.
 
Mr Gerard Greene is an experienced musculoskeletal & pregnancy & Post natal physio and is based in the UK. He has established one of the few new pelvic health physio clinics in the UK and has experience in developing the role and service of pregnancy related Physiotherapy. He has taught Ultrasound Imaging, pregnancy & post natal physio courses in UK & Turkey and delivered one of the 1st Male pelvic health courses in Dubai ( March 2018). 
 
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