With the arrival of November, it suddenly feels like we are headed into the tail end of the year. Although, as always, there is still much left to for us to do!
I would like to start by thanking everyone who participated in our recent fundraising effort for Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia. With your donations and support, we have surpassed our goal of $2800, having raised over $3000 to date. This money will go towards providing essential support for women in desperate need. This is a fantastic result and we can’t thank you enough.
Ange ran with a picture of Catherine Hamlin’s charity
The mission of Hamlin Fistula is truly close to our hearts – if you’d like to learn more about our story with this amazing charity, please read this article at hamlin.org: A Runaway Success: Physios Supporting Hamlin.
We recently learnt that our two Belgian The Pregnant Pelvis – An Integrated Approach courses have sold out. It’s great to see such strong interest in this course, which helps to equip health professionals to manage PPGP (Pregnancy-Related Pelvic Girdle Pain). To accommodate demand for this course, we have added an additional date in Antwerp on 02/06/20. It certainly is exciting to have Europe on the calendar for 2020!
This month’s article comes from our physio Carla Sank. Carla discusses Runner’s Knee, or Patellar Femoral Pain Syndrome. Running is a great way to stay fit and healthy, but its repetitive nature and high degree of joint loading may lead to this painful (but very treatable) condition. As physios who love to run, we’re here to help!
Yours in Health,