Prolapse is one of the most common health problems in Australia, with 75% of women affected across their lifespan. Childbirth, surgery, aging & menopause can increase a womans risk of injury to the pelvic floor. Incorrect technique or inappropriate exercise can risk injury to the pelvic floor, but the right exercise prescription can help correctly manage or improve symptoms of prolapse, reduce the risk of further pelvic floor dysfunction, and support a functional pelvic floor.
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology from QUT, Esme has had a passion for Women’s Health – from preconception, pregnancy and postnatal health, to pelvic floor dysfunction and menopause.
Esme has used her knowledge base to begin work as a clinician specializing in Women’s Health at Pear Exercise Physiology: Pregnancy & Women’s Health, and is also Women’s Health Expert with ESSA.
Esme is also the Exercise Physiology lead with The Women’s Health Collective (WHC). The WHC exists to help create courses, resources and interdisciplinary learning for women’s health clinicians, to improve patient health outcomes. We’re big on conversation, and our aim is to normalise discussion about women’s health among the Australian public.
|ESSA Student Member||$15.00|
|ESSA Member PD Voucher||Complimentary|
Places are limited. Registration closes at 3:00pm AEDT, Wednesday, 18 October 2017.
Wednesday, 18 October 2017
7:00pm – 8:30pm AEDT
Target Audience: Any Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Audience Disclaimer: All accredited persons, regardless of any professional development completed/attended must refer to their accreditation’s Scope of Practice, and only treat/practice within the same.
Access: Information to access the webinar will be forwarded to you within your registration confirmation email.
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