SUE CROFT : Sue Croft Physiotherapist Blog is based on Sue's extensive knowledge and many years of private practice experience in the treatment of men, women and children with continence and pelvic floor disorders. Sue has a lovely conversational style of writing and her passion for helping others shines through in each blog.
PAIN SCIENCE AND SENSIBILITY with Sandy HIlton and Cory Blinckenstaff
Anatomy Zone Pelvic Floor series
An excellent patient and clinician resource on all thing spelvic floor with links to downloadable leaflets on various topics
A collaboration between Professor Peter Dietz Amy Dawes and Elizabeth Skinner , the Australasian Birth Trauma Association (ABTA) was established in 2016 to support women and their families who are suffering postnatally from physical and /or psychological trauma resulting from the birth process as well as the education and support for the range of health professionals who work with pre and postnatal women.
It is an excellent resource for women seeking information and support for pelvic floor trauma associated with birth.
Educating women on the possible pelvic floor issues they can face and helping them make an informed decision for their birth process is vital.