Jean Hailes physiotherapist Amy Steventon covers some causes of persistent pelvic pain, the pathophysiology of pain and endometriosis.
- Distinguish the different mechanisms that contribute to the pathophysiology of persistent pelvic pain
- Describe the biopsychosocial model for assessment and management of persistent pelvic pain
- Outline an effective pain education discussion with a patient with persistent pelvic pain
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This webinar is activity number 413631. It is accredited with RACGP for 1 hour of Educational Activity (EA).
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