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  • I am David – a personal Prostate Cancer journey (You Tube film)

I Am David

  • A Q&A with Jo Milios – About PROST!

My Health Career

  • Men’s health – A new frontier in physiotherapy.

Men’s Health – A new frontier – Health Times

  • Perth’s Eliza Statue is doing her bit to promote Men’s Health Week.

Perth’s Eliza statue kitted out for Men’s Health Week – ABC News

  • Jo fields questions on men’s health from across the global physiotherapy community, facilitated by the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

A spotlight on men’s health physiotherapy with musculoskeletal physiotherapist Jo Milios, APAM

  • A nuts and bolts account of what men and their partners can expect after a diagnosis of prostate cancer:

The Nuts and Bolts of Prostatectomy – Bridge Magazine Spring 2014

  • What can social media bring to physiotherapy practices in the digital world…opportunities!!! Here’s what we learnt recently at the 2015 World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress in Singapore:

Social Media And Physiotherapy: #WCPT2015 Meets #Globalpt

  • Introducing my role via the Life After Prostate Cancer website and its important discussion and revelations around assisting survivors and their partners with regards to all matters sexual following treatment for prostate cancer:

Life After Prostate Cancer, Sex After Prostate Surgery, Prostate Radiation Therapy Sex

  • One man’s journey through prostate treatment and beyond is exposed on this 7.30 report as he battles to raise public awareness of the issue and encourage others to get tested in their thirties:

 ABC 7.30 Report – Mission to raise prostate cancer awareness

  • If you’re looking for some accurate, straightforward Men’s health information and tools to help you take control of your future health, it’s worth visiting the FIFO Health Advisory service. The website presents information on a wide range of topics:

FIFO Health Advisory 

  • Presenting the consensus views on early detection of prostate cancer using PSA testing, as determined by leading prostate cancer experts at the 2013 Prostate Cancer World Congress in Melbourne. These consensus statements were designed to bring some clarity to the confusion that exists with existing guidelines and to present reasonable and rational guidance for the early detection of prostate cancer today:

The Melbourne Consensus Statement On Prostate Cancer Testing

  • Here’s a comprehensive outline of Pudendal Neuralgia [Pudendal Neuralgia and Pudendal Nerve Entrapment] by the Gynaecological Awareness Information Network (Gain Inc.):

Pudendal Neuralgia – Gain Inc.

  • I’ve often been asked whether you should stretch before working out? Personally I’m a big fan of the cool down stretch. Gym-goers who leave training sessions without properly stretching are doing their bodies a disservice. This article explains why…:

Should You Stretch Before Working Out? – The New Daily

  • For the one in eight men diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, it can be a lonely journey but I’m trying to make sure they don’t go through it alone…:

Perth Physio Jo Milios Has Success With Exercise Groups For Prostate Cancer Patients  – Perth Now

  • The past two years have been incredibly busy and professionally so rewarding since Prost! inc. was born and I’ve loved every minute of it. Making a difference to men’s health by helping to improve quality of life for post-operative prostate cancer survivors, through education, support and access to multi-disciplinary care is what drives me:

Jo Makes Tomorrow Better – Curtin University

  • Although Glenda was diagnosed with younger [or early]-onset dementia, she is determined to live well and not allow her diagnosis to overcome her lifestyle. She enjoys a good training session in our gym and attends my Saturday morning yoga class. Its great to be able to provide this type of support:

Day 18 Glenda, WA – Dementia Daily

  • HOPE is a charitable organization that offers support and information to patients who have pudendal neuropathy (PN), pudendal neuralgia (PN), or pudendal nerve entrapment (PNE):

Hope for Patients with Pudendal Neuralgia and Pudendal Nerve Entrapment

  • Blue September is a charity aimed at delivering a serious message about facing up to cancer in men, since we lose too many of them to skin, bowel, prostate and testicular cancer. What does this have to do with Subiaco Football Club? We’ve joined forces with PROST! Exercise Club 4 Prostate Cancer inc. to allow them to use our facilities as part of their exercise and prostate treatment recovery program, under the guidance of Physiotherapist Jo Milios and Exercise Physiologist Eric Martin:

Subiaco’s Blue September

  • Who will you be wearing a wristband for this September?

Ross Glendinning and Simmo gettin blue

  • Australia now has the highest incidence of prostate cancer in the developed world – the result of effective messages encouraging men to have regular testing. That’s good news. But it also means many of the 22,000 men diagnosed with prostate cancer each year end up receiving treatments that unnecessarily leave them incontinent and impotent:

Bettina Arndt – Sex after Prostate Cancer

  • The experience of Peter Dornan: ‘at the age of 52, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. To add to the shock of diagnosis, I found that virtually any invasive treatment I could undertake had the potential to be nasty.’…:

The Brisbane Prostate Cancer Support Network

  • 2015 Perth to Margaret River – Prostate Cancer Awareness Cycle: Welcome to Perth’s Biggest Team Cycling Event:

Prostate Active

  • Simmo’s Ice Creamery in Dunsborough has been ranked one of the best dessert destinations on the planet and certainly the tastiest in Australia. Mr Simpson, a recent prostate cancer survivor, said he had even found a way to promote cancer awareness among his parlour’s now world-famous selection:

Simmo’s Ice Creamery ranked among world’s best but sometimes gets blue

  • Selected patients with pudendal neuralgia and low back pain responded favourably to education, postural advice, and mobilisation and exercises directed to the lumbopelvic region:

A musculoskeletal approach for patients with pudendal neuralgia: a cohort study

 

 

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