Three presenters from Queensland (Kate Tavendale, Sheridan Guyatt and Catherine Willis) discuss different topics related to Pelvic Health in the Paediatric population. They delve into how electrotherapeutic modalities can be used for conditions such as constipation, and pelvic pain in adolescents, as well as assessment and management of overactive bladder.
This lecture is suitable for Students and Physiotherapists working in the areas of continence, pelvic health or paediatrics.
Topics to be covered include electrotherapy for paeds conditions, adolescent pelvic pain, and case studies.
Sheri Guyatt - interferential for constipation and case studies.
Kate Tavendale - paediatric overactive bladder and bladder retraining.
Cath Willis - TENS for adolescent pelvic pain.
Sheridan Guyatt is a physiotherapist with 20 years of experience in musculoskeletal and women’s health physiotherapy. She has worked specifically in a women’s health role across both hospital and private practise settings here in Queensland and also in Tasmania.
Sheri works at the Mater Mothers Hospital and has extensive experience in obstetric and continence physiotheray.
Catherine Willis (B.App Sc (Phty); PostGradDip: Exercise and Women's Health) has a variety of hospital and private practice experience and has worked in women’s health exclusively for 13 years.
Cath works for Queensland Health at QEII Jubilee Hospital and has a post-graduate in exercise and women's health from the University of Melbourne.
Kate Tavendale graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy and quickly developed a special interest in women's health whilst working in Tasmania. She has since completed her post graduate certificate in Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation through the University of Melbourne.
Kate has over four years of experience in treating pelvic floor dysfunction. This includes the assessment and management of bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction.
CPD hours: 2
This lecture took place on 26/05/2018
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