Fiona Rogers

Hi! I'm Fiona Rogers

I have been a physiotherapist for 37 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 Health Training Associates, as well as numerous industry post-graduate courses.

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 10 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 resulted in my first course Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health, and now this offshoot - TTNS.

I have spent the past few years researching and developing these courses and initially ran the main one as a face to face teaching experience until the pandemic which forced so much learning online.

I am now really pleased to be able to offer this new online course on TTNS for you.

My main aim

when creating my courses is making the information evidence-based whilst being clinically applicable.

course slide saying distilling the evidence

TTNS Course Curriculum

Course Price

Some previous course feedback

Feedback for Fiona Rogers' course Electrical Stimulation for Pelvic Health
Course Feedback

Previous attendees at my courses have been kind enough to send feedback. I really value their words as they are colleagues that I greatly admire.

Course Feedback

I have had the great pleasure of having some of my very well known and well regarded colleagues attend my course and give me feedback.

Course Feedback

I am humbled by the calibre of feedback I have had for my courses which inspires me to continue to provide quality education for clinicians within my field of expertise, with the aim of making the information evidence-based whilst being clinically applicable.