One of the more common pieces of feedback we receive from our clinical training courses is that our delegates come away with more confidence in practice.
Delegates at our recent practical female pelvic floor course told us ‘I feel this course will make me more confident in practice and competent,’ and ‘this course harnessed my knowledge and I feel confident to now start this in practice.’
We are happy to hear that the practical aspect of the courses really benefits the overall experience of the delegates.
Two of our courses have practical aspects:
The Use of biofeedback & NMES in the treatment of bladder, bowel & pelvic floor muscle dysfunction course focuses on devices and how they can help with continence issues.