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The Functional Pelvis

Presenter: Mandy Roscher

Target Audience: Physiotherapists

Course Details
12 Hours of Pre-Recorded Content​
6 Month Access to Recordings
Complete in your own time

The Functional Pelvis is a 6 part series presented by Mandy Roscher. It is aimed at Musculoskeletal Physios who would like to learn more about the pelvis and pelvic floor. 

If you are treating backs, hips, groins or SIJ's then you need to know about the pelvic floor. The muscles of the pelvic floor are an integral part of the bodies kinetic chain and just because you may feel uncomfortable asking about them doesn't mean they don't exist! 

1 in 3 women suffer from incontinence, if you are not screening for it you will be missing a key problem in 30% of your female patients. And women are not the only ones who struggle, 1 in 10 men also battle with incontinence. 25% of people are constipated and in this course, we will learn how constipation contributes to all MSK conditions. 

Topics Covered

1. Anatomy and Biomechanics

2. Basic Bladder and Bowel

3. Clinical Presentations

4. The Autonomic Nervous System and the Pelvis

5. Communication and the Pelvis

6. Rehabilitation and Relaxation

Each topic is around 90 minutes in length

Why Should You Do This Course?
Course Testimonials

Mandy is brilliant and it's been a blessing to be on this course. She's tackling areas that have been so grey up until now yet so important to all musculoskeletal patients. This has helped me on a personal and professional level and I'm so grateful. I look forward to every module and she makes it so funny and interesting yet logical!

Video Testimonials
About Mandy Roscher

Mandy Röscher is a Physiotherapist living in Brisbane, Australia

Mandy qualified from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa in 2008. She has worked in Private Practice since she qualified. She has a keen special interest in Women and Children's Pelvic Health. She is also passionate about communication and pain neuroscience, 

Mandy has a passion for teaching and has given a variety of lectures to qualified physiotherapists on a variety of subjects particularly on Pain Neurophysiology, Pain Neuroscience Education and Communication.

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