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Gillingham , Kent : Ultrasound Imaging for Male & Female Pelvic Health Phys...

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Medway Community Healthcare, MCH House

MCH House

21 Bailey Drive

Gillingham

ME8 0WG

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This course is ideal for physios & other clinicians who want to add Ultrasound Imaging to their assessment & Management of Male & Female pelvic patients.


(There will only be 7 external places )

What we will cover:


    • Advance your assessment and management of rectus diastasis patients

    • Assess linea alba width & depth and it’s response to loading with US imaging

    • Develop functional rehab strategies for DRAM patients using US as biofeedback

    • Assessing Pelvic floor function in functional positions using US ( Trans Abd)

    • Rehab of PF fast and slow twitch fibre activity in functional exercise

    • Educating post natal patients on abdominal / pelvic floor function using US

    • Use of US imaging in abdominal rehab and breath rehab

    • How to use Ultrasound Imaging to grow your Pelvic Health clinic

    Tutor: Mr Gerard Greene MSc ( Manip Physio) MMACP, MCSP, Specialist pelvic health physiotherapist.


  • Gerard has developed 3 specialist pelvic health clinic in West Midlands . He has delivered strongly evaluated ultrasound imaging courses in pelvic health for Mrs Maria Elliot and is actively involved in US imaging pelvic health research in Coventry University. He has taught pelvic health physiotherapy courses in Ireland, UK, Japan, South Africa and has mentored numerous female and male pelvic health physios in the use of ultrasound imaging.


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Medway Community Healthcare, MCH House

MCH House

21 Bailey Drive

Gillingham

ME8 0WG

United Kingdom

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