POGP Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: managing complex female pelvic pain and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction – advancing your practice 7-9 June 2019 CHEAM, SURREY (FULLY BOOKED)

Event details

Day 1: 3.45pm -7.30pm Day2/3: 9am-5.30pm
£350 POGP members/affiliate £420 non-member

Spire, St Anthony's Hospital,801 London Road, Cheam SM3 9DW

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51.3734293, -0.2252618

Event Organiser

POGP Course Administrator


This 2.5 day POGP certified course has been developed for Registered Physiotherapists who have completed the POGP ‘Physiotherapy assessment and management of female urinary dysfunction’ workshop (or equivalent) and wish to develop their knowledge and skills in the assessment and management of women with women with complex pelvic floor pain and dysfunction. It is not suitable for physiotherapy students or those with no previous experience of vaginal examination.
The workshop content includes: professional issues; pelvic anatomy; overview of conditions related to female pelvic pain and dysfunction; sexual health issues; the subjective and objective assessment of a woman with complex pelvic floor pain and dysfunction; differential diagnosis and the development of realistic goals. Practical sessions include internal (vaginal) and external mapping as well as internal (vaginal) and external manual treatment techniques.
Participants may act as both clinician and model during the practical sessions. Valid consent procedures are used throughout. A participant acting as a model may opt out of having practical techniques performed on them at any stage.
Programme objectives 
1. To develop advanced assessment skills (internal-vaginal examination and external) and clinical reasoning skills for complex female pelvic floor pain and dysfunction. 2. To develop advanced internal vaginal and external treatment skills for complex female pelvic floor pain and dysfunction (including manual therapy, exercise prescription and an understanding of pain management). 3. To consider the current evidence base and expert opinion with respect to advanced assessment and treatment of female pelvic floor pain and dysfunction.