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At Women’s & Men’s Health Physiotherapy we are involved with many professional associations and advisory boards, present at conferences and courses and contribute to promotion of pelvic health. We also lecture and tutor at The University of Melbourne post graduate course in pelvic floor rehabilitation. Here we share with you some of our recent articles, education & health promotion and the conferences we’ve been presenting at.

Education & Health Promotion

Vaginal Prolapse
Channel 7, House of Wellness



Incontinence in younger people
Channel 7, House of wellness


Leaking with Excercise
'Sporty' on ABC

World Continence Week
Channel 7, The Morning Show

How to prevent and treat prolapse
Channel 7, The Morning Show


Leaking while exercising and pelvic floor muscles
Channel 7 Morning Show


Prostate Cancer Surgery And Pelvic Floor Exercises
Continence Foundation of Australia


Healthy Pelvic Floor Habits  / Incontinence
Channel 7 Morning Show


Talking About The Pelvic Floor
Radio 774, Libbi Gorr program




September 2021 | Biopsychosocial reframed in pelvic health, Australian Physiotherapy Assosciation Student Group Education Evening 

July 2021 | Prostatectomy and Supporting Continence, Continence Foundation of Australia World Continence Week Webinar

June 2021 | Male Continence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

June 2021 | Outcome Measures, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

June 2021 | Adherence and Motivation, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

March 2021 | Assessment & Management of Sexual Pain; A Physiotherapy Perspective, Let's Talk About Sex Course, Monash University Obstetrics & Gynecology Department

March 2021 | Pelvic Floor Education Day, Epworth 

March 2021 | Pelvic Health - Lets Talk About The Things We Don't Talk About!, St Kevin's Women's Football Club


November 2020 | Master your Women’s Health with Dr Desiree Yap, Women’s Section of Camberwell Hockey Club, live webinar.

October 2020 | Persistent Pelvic Pain; presentation and guest panellist at two sessions, Project ECHO on persistent pain, Western Victoria Primary Health Network  

October 2020 | The Pelvic Floor & More: Physiotherapy for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Complete Sports Care & SportsFit Physio & Health Education Evenings

September 2020 | The Role of the Physiotherapist in Recurrent UTI's, GP Education Evening

August 2020 | What makes persistent pelvic pain so complex? Epworth Women's Health Live Webinar

July 2020 | A psychologically informed approach to managing overactive bladder / painful bladder syndrome revealed a complex case, Australian College of Physiotherapists & Sydney Specialist Physiotherapy Education Masterclass E-symposium

February 2020 | Sexual pain from a physiotherapy perspective, Monash University ‘Let's Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties’ Course  


November 2019 | Perineal Trauma, Australasian Birth Trauma Association peer mentor training day  

November 2019 | Male Sexual Pain, Pelvic Pain Victoria Weekend Symposium  

October 2019 | Explain Pelvic Pain; 10 target concepts from Explain Pain Supercharged applied to pelvic pain cases (Conference Workshop), Australian Physiotherapy Association Transform Conference, Adelaide

October 2019 | Pelvic health and Parkinson’s Disease; Parkinson’s Victoria Support group
September 2019 | Physiotherapy and Menopause; University of Melbourne Medical Students O&G lecture series
August 2019 | The complex plan for the complex patient: How the physio can keep things under control and the patient out of the ED, Australasian

Gynaecological Endoscopy & Surgery (AGES) / World Endometriosis Society (WES) Focus Meeting ‘The Limits and Limitations of Surgery and Endometriosis’

August 2019 | Incontinence Associated with Prostate Cancer (Convening), Asia Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference, Melbourne

June 2019 | Outcome Measures, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

June 2019 | Adherence and Motivation, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

June 2019 | Male Continence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Melbourne University Post Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

May 2019 | Pelvic Health for Women In Sport, Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians

April 2019 | Sexual Pain; A Physiotherapy Perspective, Monash University ‘Let's Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties’ Course

April 2019 | Post-Natal Physiotherapy Update; pelvic floor, musculoskeletal, breast and exercise health, Glen Eira Maternal and Child Health Network

March – April 2019 | Looking after your pelvic floor post-pregnancy, Boroondara Maternal and Child Health Centres


October 2018  |  Physiotherapy and post-prostatectomy incontinence, General Practitioners seminar, Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network

August 2018  |  Optimising prostatectomy continence outcomes ; a Physiotherapy Perspective, PPI workshop, 19th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference

May 2018  |  Male Chronic Pelvic pain, Continence Foundation of Australia NSW State branch annual conference
March 2018  |  Physiotherapy and endometriosis, Endometriosis Association of Australia
March 2018  |  Pelvic Pain in Men, Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia 2018 Health Professional Seminar Watch this presentation
February 2018  |  What’s new in male chronic pelvic pain (CPPS) and Establishing a Multi-D male CPPS clinic , Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ) National Conference
February 2018  |  Pelvic floor issues for women participating in sport and exercise, Sports Medicine Australia (SMA), Women in Sport symposium


November 2017  |  Understanding multi-symptom presentation in male chronic pelvic pain, Continence Foundation of Australia National Conference

October 2017  |  Clinical reasoning in complex pelvic pain, Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Women’s, Men’s & Pelvic Health stream

October 2017  |  Male Chronic Pelvic Pain and the physiotherapist, Pelvic Pain Victoria Seminar

September 2017  |  Biopsychosocial Physiotherapy assessment and management of post-prostatectomy incontinence, PPI Masterclass at 19th Asia- Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference

September 2017  |  Physiotherapy and the male pelvic floor, Men’s Health General Practitioner Education day, 19th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer conference

September 2017  |  Prehabilitation Physiotherapy; preparation enhances positive outcomes, Nursing and Allied Health stream, 19th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference

August 2017  |  Physiotherapy role in male and female chronic pelvic pain, Caulfield Hospital Chronic Pain Service

July 2017  |  Male Chronic Pelvic Pain; Physio role in assessment and management, USANZ Functional Urology Symposium

July 2017  |  Factors preventing post-prostatectomy incontinence; physiotherapist viewpoint, USANZ Functional Urology Symposium



Reconsideration of pelvic floor muscle training to prevent and treat incontinence after radical prostatectomy
Hodges et al., Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations, Dec 2019


Interview with Bev Killick about the Laugh Without Leaking campaign
Mamamia website, June 2018

Top Quality Physiotherapy Practice - accreditation


Living with Incontinence
Choice website, October 2017

Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men
Pg 41-42, InMotion, APA magazine, August 2017

Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction in Chronic Pelvic and Sexual Pain 
Pg. 67, O+G Magazine, Winter 2017


Your Pelvic Floor
Weight Watchers magazine, October 2016

My Story Of Overcoming Prostate Cancer
Over Sixty, September 2016

The Role Of Physiotherapy In Post - Prostatectomy Urinary Incontinence
Page 15, Edition 2, The Manual, Cutting Edge Men’s Health Care,
Australian Prostate Cancer Research

The Role Of Physiotherapy In The Management Of Male Chronic Pelvic Pain
Page 17, Edition 4, The Manual, Cutting Edge Men’s Health Care,
Australian Prostate Cancer Research


When Sex Hurts
Good Health, October 2015

Male Incontinence
Fitness Magazine, Spring 2015

A Taboo Subject by Shan Morrison
(article on male urinary incontinence)
Pg 9, Cabrini Foundation 49 Online Magazine

Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia (PPFA)
Shan Morrison, contributing author

Graham Smorgon’s Battle With Pelvic Pain
Financial Review, March 2015

Why Choose Women's & Men's Health Physiotherapy?


We are the physiotherapy experts in bladder, bowel, prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual problems.


For over 25 years, thousands of women and men have trusted WMHP to improve their pelvic health.


Our caring physios are invested in your overall wellbeing, supporting your physical, emotional and lifestyle needs.


We listen to you, and work together to help you live with freedom and confidence.

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