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Welcome to #pelvicroar!

Ten days ago Emma, Elaine and I were involved in a flurry of email conversations as we had identified that there were three sets of people campaigning for the same cause. We decided that there is so much passion, enthusiasm and campaigning in the pelvic health arena at the moment

yet even with the availability of social media it is not always possible to join the dots and connect with others who are on the same path. This led to the rapid creation of #pelvicroar, which we intend to be a physiotherapy-led campaign approach to include and support the multitude of campaigns that are around at the moment. Thanks for visiting us and we will continue developing this site and our activities!

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