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Pelvic Girdle Pain - what, who, what to do - with Britt Stuge, physiotherapist

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Britt Stuge has been a physiotherapist since 1982. She completed her Master of Science in 2001 and her PhD in 2005, at University of Oslo, Section for Health Science, Norway. Since 2006 she has served as a senior researcher at Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Norway where she is supervising health professionals for Master degrees and PhD studies, as well as supervising a PT PhD student from Nepal. Britt is a specialized physiotherapist in women’s health, and works part-time at a clinical practice, especially seeing patients with pelvic girdle pain. Britt has published numerous research articles and book chapters, especially on pelvic girdle pain. She has been an invited key-note speaker at several international conferences and gives courses and workshops on a national and international level. She has been a member of the scientific committee for the 7th, 8th, 9th and the upcoming 10th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Girdle Pain. Britt has been a member of EEC Cost Commission Group, for European guidelines for pelvic girdle pain, and a member of the Norwegian Bone & Joint Decade’s 2000-2010 professional group. Recently, she has been part of the International Olympic Committee’s Medical Commission’s expert group for evidence summary for exercise and pregnancy in recreational and elite athletes. Her work has been honored with two international awards and six national awards. She is an honorary member of the Norwegian Physiotherapy Association's Subgroup of Women's health.

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