Changes to the POGP constitution
Changes and clarifications for the POGP constitution
POGP Poster & Infographics Competition 2020
We are delighted to invite POGP and other Physiotherapists to submit a digital poster of original work along with a 300 word (not counting references) abstract for the POGP 2020 Poster competitionDownload docx 90.03 KBTemplate 2020
50th International Continence Society Annual Meeting
18-21 November 2020 | Las Vegas, USA
POGP conference 2020 cancelled
There has been some confusion with the message that you will have received from Fitwise, we are not hosting an e-conferencethis year and will be announcing the 2021 conference in due course
Post Covid Pelvic Floor Dysfucntion
The most common symptom of coronavirus infection is a continuous cough which can last for several weeks after the initial infection. Coughing is known to put pressure on the pelvic floor muscles and increase the risk of developing stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and vaginal prolapse. There is much talk about the need for rehabilitation in people recovering from coronavirus, but so far very little on pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation specifically.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: lower bowel dysfunction – an entry level course 7-9 MAY 2021 BATH–Royal United Hospitals, Combe Park, Bath, Avon, BA1 3NG,
Royal United Hospitals
CSP Members Benevolent Fund
Please find the MBF Coronavirus Update here:
CSP MBF CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
POGP CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 23 MARCH 2020
Due to the COVID-19 situation, all correspondence for POGP that goes via Fitwise Management will for the near future ONLY be sent and received via e-mail, there will be no mail dealt with by post.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if unsure if your email address is up to date to check the records
POGP Coronavirus Update 23 MARCH 2020
With the increasing public health concerns regarding COVID-19, POGP feels it important to keep our members informed as to the organisation's stance on the matter and would like to update members on the impact that this issue has on current and future POGP activities.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse - A physiotherapy guide for women