An advanced course for health professionals working in pelvic health. We unravel the mysteries of electrical stimulation (NMES) and TENS making sense of how they work from a neurophysiological perspective and teach you the principles behind this so you can better choose correct parameters and treatment plans for specific conditions you treat within the pelvis.
Hi, I am Fiona Rogers
I have been a physiotherapist for 36 years and have worked exclusively in pelvic health for the past 20.
I hold a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland and a Post Graduate Diploma in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Sydney. I have also completed the full range of courses in advanced pelvic health topics through Women's HealthTraining Associates.
Over many years I have been an educator supervising physiotherapy students and mentoring new graduates in both public hospitals and my own practices.
For the past 9 years I have co-owned the website Pelvic Floor Exercise with my partner and serve as the clinical director. We are a boutique online business selling a full range of pelvic floor rehabilitation devices. Due to the constant queries I receive from colleagues on the topic, I developed a keen interest in the use of electrical stimulation (NMES) and TENS and this has been encouraged further by the pain specialist with whom I work.
I have spent the past few years researching and developing this course and have run it as a face to face teaching experience for the past year. I am now really pleased to be able to offer this online version of it for you.