Core Confidence for Pelvic Health Physiotherapists
Expand your assessment skills as a women's pelvic health physiotherapist. Learn how to assess your patients in standing and movement using the Core Confidence Pelvic Floor Exercise program. Birth prep coaching for your pregnant patients will also be covered.
Level Up (no pun intended) Your Patient Assessments
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"Is this right for me?"
"What if I don't work with pregnant women or new moms?"
I LOVED this course!
"I finished this course just yesterday and it was exactly what I was looking for as a pelvic floor therapist. I had been struggling to put pelvic floor functional exercises into a program for my clients and I now feel more confident in my exercise prescription and functional assessment skills. The information on labouring down is excellent and the videos that follow this section are very helpful. I am excited incorporate what I have learned into my practice. I had previously taken the online core confidence program and started using those techniques in my practice immediately. I am seeing quicker results in my patient population. I often do community talks with expectant moms and newly postpartum moms and feel like I have so much more information to bring to the table. I highly recommend this course! Thank you to Bellies Inc for all that you do. Rated 5 out of 5"
- Alana Coady
Julia Di Paolo is a and mom of two boys and registered pelvic floor physiotherapist and founder of PhysioExcellence. Her practice is focused on pre-conception, pre-natal, intra-partum (labour and delivery), post-partum and all types of pelvic floor dysfunction at any stage of a woman’s life.
Julia has established herself as the go-to physiotherapist in Toronto for pelvic health and recovery from diastasis rectus abdominis and has created and teaches courses on diastasis rectus abdominis, for personal trainers, allied health professionals, and pelvic health physiotherapists. She has been a guest lecturer for the Physiotherapy program at the University of Toronto. She has presented on DRA and the pelvic floor at the Association of Ontario Midwives Annual Conference, the Canadian Association of Midwives annual conference, the Ontario Physiotherapy Association Annual Conference, Canadian Fitness Professionals (CanFitPro) international conference and the Canadian Personal Trainer Network (CPTN) conference. She has been interviewed for the Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, Canadian living and has appeared as a guest expert on the CBC tv show The Goods.