Physiotherapists! Develop your expertise in pelvic floor rehabilitation with the courses below:
PR1: The physiotherapy approach for female urinary incontinence
Urinary incontinence is a problem that affects a large number of women. In fact, studies show that one woman in four will have issues with urinary incontinence at some point during her life cycle.
With the help of a physiotherapist, many of these women can greatly improve their condition. This 4-day entry level course will introduce you to the pelvic floor anatomy and assessment, and will cover the treatment approach for female urinary incontinence. Click the button below to find out more about this course.
PR2: The physiotherapy approach for dyspareunia, and physiotherapy for male urinary incontinence
This 4-day course will allow you to build upon your knowledge and skills to become able to treat two more patient populations. The first three days cover the physiotherapy approach for the many women (15%!) who have pain during sexual intercourse, and the fourth day covers the approach for men with urinary incontinence (usually following radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer). Click below to learn more about this course.
This 2-day workshop covers the physiotherapy approach for patients suffering from constipation, anal incontinence, and various other pathological, congenital, and post-traumatic conditions. This year we are adding an extra two days to give our first English course in paediatrics. Click the button below to learn more about this course.
We offer five courses that deal with different pathologies related to the pelvic floor. To get started in this field, we recommend signing up for our ‘intro’ course, which provides in-depth coverage of the pelvic floor and related structures and focuses on the physiotherapy approach to female urinary incontinence. After this first course, you can then deepen your expertise in pelvic floor physiotherapy with our advanced courses on dyspareunia, male urinary incontinence, ano-rectal disorders (and more). We also invite special guests to share their expertise on specific topics in an extra course each year.
Since 1994, Uro-Santé has been offering courses for physiotherapists wanting to develop an expertise in pelvic floor physiotherapy. These courses will allow you to treat female urinary incontinence, dyspareunia, male urinary incontinence, ano-rectal disorders and other pelvic floor disorders using physiotherapy techniques.
Discover how to treat pelvic floor disorders, using physiotherapy skills that you already possess!
We are passionate about pelvic floor physiotherapy, and have extensive experience, both in the clinic and as instructors. Our teaching style is very practical and organised, and enables you to begin treating patients immediately. Please follow the links to know more about the courses we offer.