Edukacije visokog standarda u oblasti fizikalne medicine i rehabilitacije

Biography of Tutor, Mr Gerard Greene:

Gerard combines teaching & research with working in his specialist Pelvic health Physio clinics in Birmingham. His clinics specialise in Women’s and Men’s health Physiotherapy in addition to  children & adolescent bowel & bladder and he works with a team of 7 other pelvic health physios.

Gerard co-founded the Women’s Health Physiotherapy Facebook group which now has 10,000 members and is a leading international forum. He was invited to present at WCPT 2017 in Cape Town and has also delivered courses for the South African Society Physiotherapy (2017), Japanese Physical Therapy Association (2018) and is currently working with the American Physical Therapy Assoc. He has also taught pregnancy and post- natal physio courses in Ireland & UK and is passionate about getting more MSK and sports physiotherapists involved in these areas of practice. Gerard is also working with The English Institute of Sport within the area of sporting pelvic floor dysfunction. He is a previous executive member of the MACP and is part of the MSc team in Coventry University where he is an associate professor.

Day 1 

9.00- 9.30 What is happening to our mums?  From Pelvic girdle pain, tummy gap, pelvic pain  to urinary incontinence and bowel problems.

9.30am: 10.15am: Refining the History taking of the pregnant and post- natal patient.

(Interactive Theory Session)


10.15-11.00 am: Pelvic Girdle Pain  

(Interactive Theory Session)

11.00-11.15 am:

 coffee break


11.15 – 1pm : Assessment and Management of Pelvic Girdle Pain

(Practical session)

1-2 pm:  Lunch


2.00 -3.00 pm: Assessment of the Post Natal Patient : Musculoskeletal issues,   Urinary Incontinence , Prolapse, Pelvic Pain, Bowel Dysfunction: Key questions to ask  ( Interactive theory session )

3.00-4.00 Rectus Diastasis & Post Natal Pelvic Floor Function :

 (Practical session, external techniques only )

Day 2 Programme:

9-11.00 am Post Natal Rehab: Spine, Pelvic girdle, Rectus Diastasis: “It’s not just the tummy gap that matters” (Theory & Practice )

11.00- 11.15  

coffee break


11.15 – 1.00 Post Natal Pelvic Floor Rehab ( External rehab techniques )


1.45- 2.30 pm: Return to sport & exercise. Getting our mums ready to go.  

 (Theory & Practical)

2.30- 3.30pm:  Role of taping in Pelvic girdle pain


3.30- 4.30pm Essential tips for mums: From bladders to bowels to returning to intimacy.


4.30-5pm Summary, Thanks and Course Evaluation