soula in Learn
, Professional Resources on July 23, 2014
(Read the full post on the Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA website: www.arthritiswa.org.au or click on the flyer to download a pdf)
14th Nov 2014 to 15th Nov 2014
08.30 – 4.30
Registration Closing Date
7th Nov 2014
Wyliie Arthritis Centre
17 Lemnos Street Shenton Park WA
About the venue
Lunch, morning and afternoon tea provided.
John Quintner & Melanie Galbraith
John: 0419956418 email@example.com
Melanie: 0405963658 MelanieG@arthritiswa.org.au
What sets “Making Sense of Pain” apart from other Pain Management workshops and seminars? We show you how to put this information into practice and improve your interactions with patients to ensure more positive outcomes.
This workshop is dedicated to the memory of Robert Elvey [1942-2013], a WA pioneering physiotherapist (pictured on the flyer).
soula in Learn
, Professional Resources on July 22, 2014
(Excerpt and bookings pudendalassociation.org)
Pudendal Neuralgia Conference
A LIVE CME ACTIVITY FOR PHYSICIANS Saturday September 27, 2014 7:30 AM-5:30 PM The Conference Center at Waltham Woods, Waltham, MA 8 credits, Category 1
Hallelujah! Pardon my pun here, especially as I’m preaching sexuality on a Sunday morning but finally, here is some thorough research and attention for the clitoris. Thank you Louise Smith for sending this link to me.. I think it’s essential info for everyone, not just women with PN. Thank you melodiousmsm for writing this and thank you to artist and sex educator, Betty Dodson for the fabulous artwork.
soula in Learn
, Professional Resources on June 16, 2014
(Excerpt from Chronic Pain Australia’s nationalpainweek.org.au)
Welcome to National Pain Week 2014
This year we celebrate National Pain Week by creating awareness that PAIN IS AGELESS. Thank you to everyone who has completed our Snapshot Survey – look out for the results during NPW14 when we publish the findings.
soula in Learn
, Professional Resources on February 17, 2014
The aim of this workshop is to provide physiotherapists and other health professionals with an opportunity to effectively translate their knowledge and skills into clinical practice. Of equal importance is that they become aware of their own beliefs and attitudes to people in pain and the potential for these attributes to colour therapeutic relationships and influence outcomes.
Amy Stein is the founder and a practitioner of Beyond Basics Physical Therapy in NYC, specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, women’s health, and manual therapy for men, women, and children while taking a holistic approach to each patient’s entire well-being. She is the author of Heal Pelvic Pain, an easy-read, self-help book. Amy is also a contributor to the medical textbook, Female Sexual Pain Disorders: Evaluation and Management, and serves on the board of the International Pelvic Pain Society, since 2007. She is a well recognized expert in her field, lectures nationwide, and has been interviewed in media outlets ranging from the medical segments of popular TV news shows, like ABC’s 20/20 to such newspapers as the New York Daily News to internet sites like http://www.ourgyn.com. She is also an editor of painchannel.com and a member of the NVA, ICA, as well as many other organizations. Amy received her Masters in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University and is currently working towards her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
This is truly a thrilling post for me to finally be writing. I used to practise yoga 4 mornings a week for at least 45 minutes pre injury. After my warm up poses, my spine unravelling was eight minutes in shoulder stand, followed by another eight minutes in plough pose before Savasana (rest). So you can imagine how many times I’ve tried to get back to my yoga since knowing the benefits. i was always unsuccessful until I came across Dustienne’s Your Pace Yoga dvd. I still can’t work out what’s different, of course I’ve made progress but that can’t be the answer as it wasn’t so long ago I attempted cat/cow pose only to begin flaring. I’d say Dustienne’s sequence and breathing is definitely focused on opening, lengthening and creating space in the pelvis, it just feels great and I’m happy to report I’ve managed it once a week for over a month now. I know that’s not huge, but I’m blowing my trumpets that I could sustain one of the routines. I hope to get to both but my struggle lying on my back may prevent me.
soula in Learn
, Personal resources on January 20, 2014
My name is Robert. I’m a 20 y.o. athlete. I’ve been suffering from Pelvic Pain for 6 months. I hope my blog can bring awareness and support to this poorly understood subject.
soula in Blog
, Professional Resources on October 2, 2013
Here is my attempt to gather all references I’ve come across or refer to on my website for Chronic Pelvic Pain. Clearly nowhere near all the references that exist but at least one ‘library’ location with a bundle of great material (and one organised website!). If you’ve come across a resource that you think should be included, please contact me and if you are an author and have an update or other information to provide, I’d love to hear from you.
I know how frustrating it is to have to sift through pages and pages of the internet, thought this might be of help to pain sufferers who simply don’t have the up time.
And a huge thanks to everyone who replied and supplied me updated material. Obviously I plan for this page to grow and somehow I will keep it in some kind of legible order. Currently in alpha order by author and title of their publications, perhaps as it grows, we can list by subject.