Questionnaires

Please make use of the questionnaires – it facilitates auditing your work and recording patient outcomes.

Courses and workshops

Corina runs a variety of courses and workshops. Although some are very specific in their requirements and teaching goals, others can be adapted to suit your needs.

Online courses:

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Introduction and Background

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Assessment and Investigations (coming soon)

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Management and Treatment (coming soon)

Pelvic Function_FemaleWomen’s Health Courses

The Hypotonic Pelvic Floor – long, lax and loose – can’t keep it in
INTERNAL EXAMINATION

The Hypertonic Pelvic Floor – short, tight, painful, and restricted – can’t get it out
INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Antenatal and Postnatal Issues – pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, preparation for labour, impact of delivery mode, rehabilitation after kids
INTERNAL EXAMINATION (optional – expertise level dependent)

Pelvic Function_MaleMen’s Health Courses 

Men’s Health – pelvic dysfunction and pain
INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Pelvic Function_ChildPaediatric Pelvic Problems

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction
NO INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Introduction and Background (ONLINE)

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Assessment and Investigations (ONLINE coming soon)

Paediatric Bladder Bowel Dysfunction Management and Treatment (ONLINE coming soon)

Pelvic Pain Courses

Pelvic Patients and the Role of Weightbearing
INTERNAL EXAMINATION AND SKIN ROLLING (optional)

From Pain to Pleasure – the full range of sexual function
NO INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Pelvic Biomechanics Courses

Pelvic Patients and the Role of Weightbearing
INTERNAL EXAMINATION AND SKIN ROLLING (optional)

The Active Pelvis
NO INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Pelvic Function Imaging Workshop, with EMG and ultrasound
NO INTERNAL EXAMINATION (internal surface EMG)

Biomechanics of the pelvis
NO INTERNAL EXAMINATION

Mentoring and shadowing

We get many requests to come and sit in on patient consults and to learn skills through shadowing. This is not appropriate, given the nature of the complaints and the structure of the health system. Sadly, this is not an academic tertiary hospital!

However, interested clinicians are invited to sit in with a patient of theirs, as long as the patient consents. We then attempt to disseminate as much information as possible, to allow you to continue treatment, based on their need and your skill set and level of expertise.