It's time to be a #BladderHero

Join the Tribe in 2022:

17th - 18th September, UCLH, London

1st - 2nd October, Cardiff Royal Infirmary, Wales

10th - 11th December, Hartlepool

TBC - Ireland, Autumn 2022

 

 

Day 1: The What, Why and Who

Understanding their pain

Bladder Pain Syndrome:

  • the pathogenesis, aetiology and epidemiology bits you need to know
  • why differential medical diagnosis matters
  • how to use bladder diaries effectively
  • why outcome measures are your friend

 

#HeroSkills lab 1 – how not to be a bear, touch, pelvic floor and perineal mapping

#ClinicalNinja Subjective Assessments – the body language of the unarmed, listening to their story and finding the clues to their healing

#HeroSkills practical - adjunctive treatments that work (and are fun)

 

Day 2: The How

The thinking pelvis – the how and why of neurocentric treatments, GMI, sensory integration and desensitisation

Getting your hands on - Myofascial release (?), all the other things we do to patients that help and why they work

#HeroSkills lab 2 – internal treatment approaches & use of the wand

Objective assessment skills – eliminating bears, challenging expectations with movement and touch

Being cognitively flexible – bringing it all together in one package of healing & resilience

 All of this for £330!

Plus: Free Stash bag of resources & presents and excellent veg-heavy, non-beige Lunch

Plus Plus! Lifelong membership of the online #BladderHeroes community with ongoing updates

To register for an in-person course fill out the form below

17th - 18th September, UCLH London

1st - 2nd October, Cardiff Royal Infirmary, Wales

10th - 11th December, Hartlepool

TBC - Ireland, Autumn 2022

 

If you'd prefer the online course click here

Register for the Happy Bladder Course

Relive your course endlessly

Eternal access to videos of your course online to revise and catch those bits you missed

Become part of the Tribe

Eternal access to the #BladderHero community, regular evidence updates, free webinars and more

30 days of post-course learning

Work with new friends to collaborate on your patients and embed your new knowledge