The Bump Room Webinar Series: Special considerations for rehabilitation post c-section.

Third Party Event

Venue Online (zoom)
City Killarney
County Kerry
Contact Hours 1.5
Event Type Lecture
Specialities Musculoskeletal Therapy, Pilates, Respiratory Care, Sports Medicine
Presenter Details Women’s health physiotherapist since 2008 and worked as Senior Physiotherapist in large maternity hospital for 7 years. Fiona has moved back to her native Co. Kerry now works in private practice in Kerry Physiotherapy in Killarney, focusing on pregnancy, postnatal right through to menopause.
She runs the online Postnatal classes with the Bump Room and leads education webinars on all aspects of postnatal health for women and health professionals.
She completed a post graduate certificate through the University of Bradford: Continence for Physiotherapists and in 2012, she completed Masters through University College Cork. Her research focused on obstetric anal sphincter injuries.
Fiona is a busy mum trying to find the balance between raising two beautiful girls, while working and keeping herself strong and healthy. She realises how truly exhausting and challenging it is to feel fit and strong after having a baby and wants to support women to be able to do it because it’s so important.
Refreshments Included No
Free Event No
How to Book Online booking
Booking Link
Contact Person Caitriona
Contact Email [email protected]
Contact Phone +3533879731801
Non-Member Price €30.00
Date 23 Oct 2023 19:30 - 23 Oct 2023 21:00

The rate of c-section is on the rise worldwide (30% average). A c-section is major abdominal surgery and has an impact on the surrounding tissue.

In this webinar, you learn about:
✅ What happens during a c-section.
✅ The impact physical and psychological.
✅ Pain post c-section.
✅ The impact the scar and scar tissue on rehabilitation.
✅ The impact of the scar and scar tissue on abdominal rehabilitation.
✅ Rehabilitation strategies post c-section

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