Eureka Seminars is very pleased to bring Dr. Ruth Jones, Ph.D., MCSP, a Chartered physiotherapist from the UK, and her outstanding “Private Detective” courses to the United States. The Private Detective course program is a unique course program offering “a close look at physiotherapy for pelvic pain, urinary, and sexual dysfunction.” The program consists of the PP-1 course with a focus on female patients and the PP-2 course with a focus on male patients.  In the US, very few course programs focus exclusively on male pelvic pain and dysfunction, yet, male pelvic pain is quite common in the general population, but also in high level athletes.  In the UK, Dr. Jones works extensively with professional male rugby and soccer players and pelvic dysfunction is a common problem.



Eligibility Requirements

The course is designed for physical therapists, physicians and physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.  All participants are expected to participate in the hands-on portion of the course.


Ruth Jones, Ph.D., MCSP is a Chartered Physiotherapist, clinician, researcher, lecturer and writer. She works clinically and consults to elite sports bodies and athletes including the Football Association and professional teams. Ruth is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and workshops related to movement, pelvic floor function and pain.

Ruth completed her PhD in 2010 at Southampton University, UK in collaboration with Stanford University, California, USA. In her dissertation, she focused on the evaluation of dynamic pelvic floor muscle function. The team developed software for use with dynamic ultrasound, in order to promote further understanding of pelvic floor muscle function. Ruth has a special interest in chronic pelvic pain and related movement dysfunction. She is the co-editor with Leon Chaitow of “Chronic Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction: Practical Physical Medicine”  published by Elsevier in 2012.

Private Detective Course Descriptions

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