This module focuses specifically on urinary incontinence and its prevalence and risk factors. Incontinence is a major health issue for both men and women that can have far reaching impacts on quality of life. Physiotherapy is a first line treatment for incontinence and in this course we look at the definition, prevalence and risk factors.
Urinary Incontinence is a common complaint in women's health and often goes unreported for long period of time. In this course we review incontinence and the physiotherapy management in women for both stress and urge incontinence. This course is an interview with a Clinical Expert Physiotherapist specializing in Women's health.
The initial management of urinary Incontinence in women is often undertaken by specialist physiotherapists. In this course we will look at simulated case study consultations of with a Physiotherapist looking at Stress, Urge and Mixed incontinence.
Back pain is a common complaint in Antenatal care. In this short course we review an introductory consultation with a physiotherapist.