Understanding the Pregnant Pelvis Level 2

Understanding the Pregnant Pelvis Level 2

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This workshop will take participants through an understanding of the physiology, signs and symptoms of labour and delivery. The therapist will learn empowering techniques and coping mechanisms for the mother through labor and delivery.  Participants will also learn how to organize a team based pre-natal class and how to prepare for hospital and home births. Some administration will also be taught, including how to set up contracts and how to book appointments for the specific needs of pregnant moms. Finally the participants will learn how to teach parents the art of baby massage including common ailments such as colic, constipation and congestion. If time allows, participants will be taught of the dysfunctions that come with labour and delivery such as torticollis (congenital vs. birth trauma).

Post Workshop

Each participant is required to document seven case studies including two birth stories with testimonies from the parents and any medical staff and/or midwife that were present. A certificate will be issued upon completion.

This workshop has been approved for 16 primary credits through the MTAM.

About the Instructor

Janie Lysack LCSP (Phys), is an award-winning graduate of Wellington College. Her thesis study influence the removal of diabetes mellitus from the international contraindication list. After joining the faculaty at Wellington, her practical approach to teaching led her to develop a number of seminars relating to pre and postnatal massage and labour and delivery massage support. Now Janie has a thriving business based on pre and postnatal massage and loves to share her knowledge and experience with others looking to enter the pre and postnatal massage specialty.

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