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Friday, March 01 2019

Physiotherapist Tegan Brotherton has been successful in gaining a scholarship to futher her study in the area of Women's Health.

Tegan currently works at our Merimbula clinic.

2019 will see Tegan attend 2 courses held by the Women's Health Training Institue.

The courses are:

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor Course: prolapse and stress incontinence including practical session on fitting, insertion and removal of support pessaries. 
  • Advcance Pelvic Floor Course: Exercise sport and musculoskeletal dysfunction. This course looks at: 

                                - Adult/parous females with pelvic floor dysfunction: how to give advice regarding exercise and sport to the adult female with pelvic floor dysfunction

                                - The nulliparous Female elite athlete: Implications of high impact sport on the pelvic floor. Risk factors, long term implications when to intervene

                               - Pelvic floor dysfunction leading to musculoskeletal symptoms

                               - Musculoskeletal disorders leading to the lower urinary tract, pelvic floor and genital symptoms

Congratulations Tegan on being awarded this scholarship to further your Women's Health physiotherapy skills. 

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