Supporting Pregnancy Structural Disorders: An in-depth study
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Date: Saturday 29th June 2019
Time: 09:30 - 17:00
Working through pregnancy structural and pelvic floor issues with Orla Cross
Join Orla for a comprehensive study of the structural issues that plague your pregnancy clients and supporting pregnancy structural disorders. Learn to:
- Understand the anatomical structure of complex complaints such as sciatica, Symphysis Pubis Disorder (SPD), Tilted Pelvis, Scoliosis, Acute Lordosis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Understand their implications for pregnancy and birth
- Support the recovery process by avoiding movement that may exacerbate the disorder
- Support recovery by adding exercises into your class
- Pelvic floor and abdominal health – uncover the function of the pelvic floor.
Learn how to:
- Understand the prevalence, context and consequences of urinary incontinence
- Understand the functional anatomy of normal pelvic floor structures and normal bladder and urethral function and hypothesis of continence.
- Understand the difference between, the weak, hypotonic and strong pelvic floor function
- Teach the correct method of pelvic floor exercises for each condition
- Understand the clinical definition and the risk factors for diastasis
- Understand the relationship between diastasis and pelvic floor dysfunction
- Understand the exercise precautions necessary in the rehabilitation of diastasis both ante and postnatally
- Be able to progress exercise complexity
- Work with a c-section mother safely
- Obstetric Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) Overview
- Be able to identify where PGP exists in the ante and postnatal periods and to outline suitable and unsuitable poses
- Be equipped to successfully help with exercise/yoga and to refer to where further intervention is required
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