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Advanced Courses (Level 3):


4 days online Theory plus 

2-3hr face-to-face practical

POP (2 days)

- Advanced Anatomy

- Detailed POP-Q

- Surgeries (including videos)

- Understanding Mesh

- Conservative Management

- Pessaries

SUI  (2 days)

- Urethral Hypermobility

- Intrinsic Sphincter Deficiency

- Adjuncts to treatment

- Surgical Options

- Pessaries for SUI

Adv VE Practical

- Sizing, Insertion and Removal of Ring and Cube Pessaries.

Advance POP / SUI


Overactive Bladder

3 days Online Theory

Diagnosis & Ax (1.5days)

- Advanced Bladder Anatomy

and Neural Control of the LUT

- Neurogenic vs Idiopathic vs Secondary DO

- Urodynamic Assessment

- SR Bladder Diaries

Treatment  (1.5 days)

- A-delta vs C-Fibre urgency

- Lifestyle Management

- Bladder Retraining

- e-stims for OAB

- Medical Management

           1. Antimuscarinics and B3 Agonists

           2.. Oestrogen Therapy

           3. PTNS

           4. Intravesical Botox

           5. Implanted Neuromodulation

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PF Pain Disorders - 

3 Days Online Theory plus 

2hour VE practical

Pain theory & Adv VE (Day 1)

- Advanced Pelvic Anatomy

- Neural innervation of the pelvic floor and pelvic viscera.

- Viscerosomatic Convergences

- Neural Sensitization

- Assessing the High Tone PF

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes (2 Days)

Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment of:

- Urologic Pain Syndromes

- Anorectal Pain Syndromes

- Neuralgias of the pelvis

- Sexual Pain Disorders

Adv VE Practical

- Palpation of Levator Ani, Coccygeus, Arcus Tendineus Levator Ani, Obturator Internus

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Advanced Bowel Disorders Course

4 Days Online Theory

Jointly run by Ms Taryn Hallam and Prof Marc 

Gladman (colorectal surgeon). this course will cover

Day 1 - 3

- Advanced Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Assessment & Diagnosis of Colorectal and Anorectal Disorders

- Colorectal and Anorectal Surgical and Medical Management

- Physiotherapy Assessment of the Pelvic Floor Patient with complex anorectal and / or colorectal dysfunction.

Day 4

Physiotherapy Management of Chronic Constipation and Faecal Incontinence

Adv PF: Exercise, Sport & Muscul. Dysfunction

2 days Online Theory

Exercise & Sport

- Assessing Pelvic Floor for Return to Exercise

- High Risk vs Low Risk Exercise for the PF

- The Elite Athlete

PF & MS Dysfunction

- When Pelvic Floor Dysfunction presents as MS Dysfunction

- When Musculoskeletal Dysfunction causes Pelvic Floor Symptoms

- Pelvic Floor and PGP/LBP

- Pelvic Floor & Hip Dysfunction

- Thoraco-Lumbar Dysfunction: could it link with Urinary Dysfunction and pelvic floor? 

Adv PF: Objective Testing Course

1 Day Theory plus VE Prac

Not currently running

Designed to assist physiotherapists to make their assessments of pelvic floor function more objective, reliable and valid to the goals of treatment.

Theory section will cover the research on sensitivity, specificity, Intra-rater and Inter-rater reliability as well as validity of:

1. POP-Q measures

2. PF Strength Scales (MOS, ICS scale, Brink Score)

3. Hiatus Assessments (genital and Levator Hiatus)

4. Manometry

5. EMG

6. Ultrasound (TA and TP)

7. Other objective assessment options.

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Download PDF of Course Brochure

Sensitive Practice - 

TRAUMA clients

1 Day Format

Understanding and catering for the needs of Clients with PTSD and or a history of abuse

Course will address

- Symptoms of PTSD

- Managing Flashbacks

- Postpartum PTSD

- Child Sexual Abuse

- Domestic Violence

- Documentation

no outline currently available

Sensitive Practice - 

LGBTIQ+ clients

1 Day Theory

Understanding of the difference between sex, gender and sexual identity.

Issues of discrimination, mental health and respect in health care for the LGBTIQ population.

Unique needs of Trans men and women attending physiotherapy who have undergone hormonal or surgical transition

no outline currently available

Sensitive Practice - 

ORGASM and AROUSAL disorders


1.5 Day theory

Are there women who are higher risk than average for pelvic floor dysfunction after a vaginal birth?

PART ONE:  first time mothers:


- Urinary Incontinence

- Faecal Incontinence


PART TWO: 2nd Birth

- after OASI

- incontinence and prolapse

no outline currently available


1.5 Days Theory Online

The impact on the bladder, bowel and sexual function of the following conditions:

1. Medical Conditions:

- Diabetes Mellitus

- Sleep Apnea and

- Heart Disease

2. Neural Injuries

- Traumatic Brain Injuries

- Spinal Cord Injury

- Stroke

3. Nervous System Diseases

- Parkinson's Disease

- Multiple Sclerosis