Pelvic Pain; Mechanisms, Management and Myths
Two day course running from 8am to 5pm (day one) and 9am to 5pm (day two), these times are approximate and inclusive of meals and group activities.
Introduction, definitions, and terminology
Pelvic anatomy relevance to muscle and fascia. Pelvic models will be used to illustrate muscle insertions to the pelvis. Models and tape supplied to all participants
Pelvic floor trigger points (discussion only) with assessment and treatment options. Includes management strategies of overactive pelvic floor, and trigger point / contract-relax techniques
The abdominal wall and its relation to the pelvic region
Seated lunch with wine tasting
"Adductor Syndrome" and the adductor group - anatomy, contribution to pelvic pain, and importance in hip stability
Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome
Breathing Pattern Disorders; and relationship to pelvic pain.
Tulloch Wine Tasting Experience - included
Medical causes to pelvic pain, presented by Dr Oliver Brown, FRACCOG
The Sacroiliac Joint and contribution to pelvic pain
The Sacroiliac Joint, continued
Radiological considerations in the Pelvic Pain patient, presented by Dr Amanda Woodward, FRANZCR
Cooking Masterclass - included