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Introduction to Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Introduction to Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Introduction to Pelvic Health Physiotherapy

Nov 04, 2020 - 19:00 (EST)
60 minutes

Join Nelly Faghani, owner of Pelvic Health Solutions, to discuss various types of pelvic floor dysfunction and the evidence behind the role of physiotherapy. Not everyone will be interested in taking post-graduate courses to learn to do an internal exam, but we can still expand our understanding of pelvic floor dysfunction and start asking the right questions. Take this opportunity to expand your current knowledge and have an open conversation.

During this free 60-minute webinar, we will:

  1. Discuss various types of pelvic floor dysfunction and the evidence behind the role of physiotherapy
  2. Learn symptoms that may help you determine pelvic floor overactivity or underactivity
  3. Discuss pelvic health using telerehabilitation and virtual care

This webinar is for anyone interested in expanding their clinical skillset, better understanding the pelvic floor and its role in musculoskeletal pain, and the use of pelvic floor PT in telerehabilitation.

ATTENTION! THIS WEBINAR IS NOW FULL! PLEASE CLICK HERE TO PUT YOUR NAME ON THE WAITLIST. WE WILL SEND AN EMAIL TO THOSE ON THE WAITLIST BEFORE THIS WEBINAR.

The instructors
Nelly Faghani
B.Sc. P.T., M.C.P.A.

Nelly graduated from the University of Toronto in 1996. Nelly started to treat pelvic health in 1998 and continues to be actively involved in clinical practice, mentoring and teaching. She has helped develop Continence Programs that have been implemented in various long-term care facilities through Ontario. Nelly has been a spokesperson for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, has co-authored a neuro-urology textbook chapter on incontinence and has hosted a round table at the International Pelvic Pain Society Conference.

Nelly is a member of the ICS Children and Young Adult’s Committee and the ICS Physiotherapy Committee. She regularly attends international conferences and prides herself on staying on top of the current pelvic health literature.

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