Course

Thursday 25th November 2021

Urogynaecology for GPs

Speaker: Mr Philip Rahmanou

1. To review the primary care management of urogynacology problems of urinary incontinence and prolapse
2. To explain how to do pelvic floor exercises
3. To identify when and how to refer to the Gloucestershire Urogynaecology RAS (referral assessment service) including red flag symptoms for referral

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Date: Thursday 25th November 2021

Time: 19:30

Duration: Evening

Location: Zoom

Members' Price: £0

GP Price: £45

AHP Price: £45

About the speaker

Mr Philip Rahmanou
Clinical interests

Urogynaecology - bladder & prolapse problems; Investigations and management of urinary incontinence

Laparoscopic prolapse re-constructive surgery (hysteropexy, sacrocolpopexy)

Period problems and minimally invasive surgery for menstrual disorders (laparoscopic hysterectomy, removal of fibroids and ovarian cysts)

Hysteroscopic operations (resection of fibroids / endometrium and polyps)

Vaginal re-constructive surgery

Pelvic Pain

Cosmetic gynaecology

Menopause management

Academic background

Having graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997, most of his postgraduate obstetrics and gynaecology training was at the Northwest London Deanery. Following this he undertook higher specialist training at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in urogynaecology; advanced training in laparoscopic “keyhole” pelvic floor reconstructive surgery and laparoscopic benign gynaecological surgery.

Mr Philip Rahmanou is a Consultant Gynaecologist in Gloucester who specialises in Urogynaecology

Clinical interests

Urogynaecology - bladder & prolapse problems; Investigations and management of urinary incontinence

Laparoscopic prolapse re-constructive surgery (hysteropexy, sacrocolpopexy)

Period problems and minimally invasive surgery for menstrual disorders (laparoscopic hysterectomy, removal of fibroids and ovarian cysts)

Hysteroscopic operations (resection of fibroids / endometrium and polyps)

Vaginal re-constructive surgery

Pelvic Pain

Cosmetic gynaecology

Menopause management

Academic background

Having graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997, most of his postgraduate obstetrics and gynaecology training was at the Northwest London Deanery. Following this he undertook higher specialist training at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in urogynaecology; advanced training in laparoscopic “keyhole” pelvic floor reconstructive surgery and laparoscopic benign gynaecological surgery.

Qualifications:

MBChB University of Liverpool 1997
MRCOG Royal College of O & G 2009
MD University of London 2012

Louise Rahmanou

MSc (Women’s Health Physiotherapy) BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc(Hons) (Human Biol), MCSP, HCPC reg, MPGOP.

Louise has gained a wealth of experience throughout her career working in the NHS and private practice in London and Cheltenham including: NHS: Gloucester Royal Hospital, Cheltenham General Hospital. Louise set up the ‘PT Practice for Women’ in Harley Street, London, in 2006. She opened a second branch of the practice in Cheltenham, ‘Physiotherapy for Women’, in 2016 having moved to live in the area with her family. Louise is a state-registered physiotherapist and full member of the Association for Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP). She also attends national courses and international conferences to maintain her expertise and knowledge of new developments and the most up-to-date research in the field.

About the speaker

Mrs Louise Rahmanou
MSc (Women’s Health Physiotherapy) BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc(Hons) (Human Biol), MCSP, HCPC reg, MPGOP.

Louise has gained a wealth of experience throughout her career working in the NHS and private practice in London and Cheltenham including: NHS: Gloucester Royal Hospital, Cheltenham General Hospital. Louise set up the ‘PT Practice for Women’ in Harley Street, London, in 2006. She opened a second branch of the practice in Cheltenham, ‘Physiotherapy for Women’, in 2016 having moved to live in the area with her family. Louise is a state-registered physiotherapist and full member of the Association for Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP). She also attends national courses and international conferences to maintain her expertise and knowledge of new developments and the most up-to-date research in the field.

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