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Free Pelvic Floor Talk



LET'S TALK PELVIC FLOOR

FREE TALK WITH LAUREN WEE, WOMEN'S HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPIST


SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER, 11:30AM

Pelvic floor problems? You are not alone! If you are struggling with pelvic floor problems or would just like to know more, come to our “Let’s Talk Pelvic Floor” session for an informal approach to everything pelvic related. Whether it be a pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, painful sex or difficulty emptying your bowels, be sure that you are not alone in your difficulties. These problems are more common than you would think. Any age, any stage welcome! Come to our “Let’s talk pelvic floor” to find out more!

WHAT WE WILL COVER

Here are some of the topics that we will cover:

  • How to find and effectively strengthen your pelvic floor
  • The relationship between your core muscles and your pelvic floor
  • Physiotherapy techniques to assist with your pelvic floor strength
  • Discuss common conditions and treatments

TALK DETAILS

LET’S TALK PELVIC FLOOR
Free public educational talk
Date: Saturday 3 November 2018
Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Speaker: Lauren Wee
Venue: The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy
Cost: FREE
Bookings: BOOK HERE or call 020 8789 3881

BOOKING

This talk is free and open to all. However, due to limited space, booking is essential. To reserve your place, book online, in person at reception or by calling us on 020 8789 3881.


ABOUT LAUREN WEE

Lauren Wee is a Physiotherapist at The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy. In 2008, she graduated in Physiotherapy from the University of the West of England. Lauren has a keen interest in paediatrics. Since graduating, she has worked in various children’s specialities within The Evelina London Children’s Hospital and the Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Lauren has trained in paediatric respiratory, neurology and musculoskeletal settings.



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