That’s a wrap for 2019!
Our last clinical training course of the year took place this week – thank you to the delegates who attended the ‘use of biofeedback and NMES in the treatment of bladder and bowel dysfunction’ course.
Consultant Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Julia Herbert wrote and presented the course, covering the theory of biofeedback and neuromuscular electrical stimulation, anatomy and physiology, with case studies and a demonstration on how to use home and clinic-based devices. Delegates then had a practice session with each device.
‘The small group was nice, I felt confident to share and time was allowed for all questions and answers to be explained.’ Continence Specialist Nurse.
‘Excellent learning experience. I now feel confident to take this back to my clinical practice with patients on my case load.’ Continence Nurse Advisor.
We’re happy to hear that the course has given delegates the confidence to use the skills they’ve learnt when they return to their practice and that they found the content beneficial.
‘Linking the physics to case presentations made it very clinically relevant. Julia was willing to answer questions and repeat things several times if needed, which was much appreciated. I feel much more able to use and progress both the EMG and NMES with patients.’ Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.
Our next training day is in April. The female pelvic floor course has only one place remaining – so if you’re thinking of attending, please get in touch or visit our shop to book.
Until then, Happy Christmas from de Smit Medical!
… and keep an eye out for our new training course video coming soon!
You can find out more about home use and clinic based EMG biofeedback and electrical stimulation devices here.