This course is approved for 6 CEU hours/points throught the Arizona Physical Therapy Association (accepted in 29 other states). For more information click here.
Presented by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) in conjunction with Women’s Health Training Associates (WHTA), this series of five online lectures provides foundational knowledge required for clinical practise in women’s health.
This course is designed to be completed before progressing along either the Women’s Health through the Life Stages (WLS) stream or the Women’s Pelvic Health (WPH) stream in the APA Women’s Health physiotherapy career pathway.
On completion of this course, you should be able to:
The course includes five online lectures covering five introductory topics:
Each lecture includes a multiple choice quiz for self-assessment.
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Taryn Hallam, APAM, B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy), Director, Women’s Health Training Associates
Taryn is a registered physiotherapist who has held a special interest in women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction since completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney in 1999. Taryn’s many years of employment as both a senior physiotherapy clinician and clinical researcher at the Royal Hospital for Women has led her to gain extensive experience in the conservative management of both pregnancy related conditions and gynaecological disorders. Currently Taryn’s particular clinical interest area is complex pelvic floor dysfunction. Her clinical service aims to provide detailed assessment and management options for women suffering with any type of pelvic floor dysfunction, ranging from pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence, through to chronic sexual and pelvic pain. In addition, Taryn also provides clinical services for women suffering with common pregnancy discomforts including low back pain, circulatory issues (e.g. varicose veins) as well as hand and wrist complaints.
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