Fundamental Concepts in Perinatal Physiotherapy, Through Pregnancy, Delivery and Beyond (Online)
Day 1 : 11:00 - 17:00 Live-online learning (Montreal Time)
Day 2 : 11:00 - 17:00 Live-online learning (Montreal Time)
Day 3 : 11:00 - 17:00 Live-online learning (Montreal Time)
Juliana graduated in Physiotherapy and Physical Education. PhD in Social Psychology Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Master in Health Sciences by the Department of Female Voiding Dysfunctions – Urology at Federal University of São Paulo. Professor at Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo -Physiotherapy. Continuing education in Exercise Physiology at Federal University of São Paulo. Continuing education in Lifestyle Medicine – Albert Einstein Hospital. Certificate in Dysfunctions and Pelvic Floor Reeducation. Certificate in Pelvic Floor Electromyography/Biofeedback. Update on Gerontology – Clinical Hospital of University of São Paulo.
Juliana Schulze Burti
Alana obtained her Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Physiotherapy from the University of Manitoba in 1996. Shortly after moving to Calgary in 1999, she attained her certification to practice anatomical acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. She went on to become a certified manipulative therapist in 2002 and began to pursue further advanced training in her passion for women’s health. She has engaged in advanced training throughout Canada and the US and is a certified practitioner of Röst therapy, specifically aimed at pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain. In 2018 and 2019, Alana successfully obtained the certificate of achievement in pregnancy/postpartum physical therapy as well as the certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association. Alana is currently pursuing her Doctoral degree in physical therapy and anticipating completion by summer 2021. Alana is fortunate to work in close alliance with gynecology and urogynecology and has much experience in pre-and post-operative treatment for gynecological and surgical interventions.