Loading

Women's Health



Care of the Pregnant Patient Part 1

Care of the Pregnant Patient Part 1

In part 1 of this 2-part course, you will learn why any women trying to get pregnant should consider healthcare as part of her preconception preparation, how to take an appropriate history from a pregnant patient, what potential red flags to look out for and advice to give.

 

You will also learn about appropriate physical assessment through the trimesters, including vital sign, appropriate weight gain, cardio and respiratory and of course neurological. This course will give you the confidence you need when caring for pregnant women; right the way through their pregnancy from preconception to birth.

Part 2 of care of the pregnant patient focuses on the diagnosis and management of pregnancy specific conditions such as morning sickness, heartburn, liver cholestasis, hypertension, diabetes, pelvic instability and more. Issues on the perinatal and postnatal periods will also be discussed.

3

CEUs

400.00

Care of the Pregnant Patient Part 2

Care of the Pregnant Patient Part 2

In part 1 of this 2-part course, you will learn why any women trying to get pregnant should consider healthcare as part of her preconception preparation, how to take an appropriate history from a pregnant patient, what potential red flags to look out for and advice to give.

 

You will also learn about appropriate physical assessment through the trimesters, including vital sign, appropriate weight gain, cardio and respiratory and of course neurological. This course will give you the confidence you need when caring for pregnant women; right the way through their pregnancy from preconception to birth.

 

Part 2 of care of the pregnant patient focuses on the diagnosis and management of pregnancy specific conditions such as morning sickness, heartburn, liver cholestasis, hypertension, diabetes, pelvic instability and more. Issues on the perinatal and postnatal periods will also be discussed.

3

CEUs

400.00

Endometriosis

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is an often painful female reproductive disorder that is on the rise in Western countries. It is estimated to affect between seven and 10 percent of all women in the general population.

 

So what has that to do with you as a physiotherapist? Well, did you know that a number of primary musculoskeletal impairments can manifest as pelvic pain? It is therefore important to be aware of the common signs and symptoms of endometriosis presents, especially those which mask as musculoskeletal.

 

Also described are the most common running-related injuries including patellofemoral pain and iliotibial band syndromes and their biomechanics and prevention.

3

CEUs

400.00