This 4 week online course enables pelvic physiotherapists to manipulate the vaginal ecosystem to achieve enhanced clinical outcomes for their patients with complex, chronic vulvovaginal symptoms.
No need to book accommodation or manage the family – you can learn what you need to make an immediate difference to your patients’ clinical outcome from the comfort of your couch (or hanging out the washing or ferrying family members around!)

You get..

  • Critically appraised research-based research on the vaginal microbiota, evaluation and treatment, synthesised into bite-sized bits
  • Practical tools for immediate use in your clinic 
  • Access to a Private Facebook Group
  • Weekly face-to-face contact with Alyssa Tait, who has over ten years’ experience in treating the vaginal microbiome

You’ll transform your practice…

  • Identifying at-risk patients with ease
  • Using easy screening tools that will cost you almost no extra time
  • Having clarity on what probiotics and other interventions will benefit your patients and their vaginas (according to menstrual cycle, sexual practices, preconception, pregnancy, menopausal status, and your toughest clinical conditions)
  • Considering the lubricants you use in clinic and recommend to patients
  • Adding high-value advice on caring for the vaginal microbiota to your patients using pessaries and dilators

The essentials you need to know…

  • Launch date is Monday 18th March, and new material is released every week until just before Easter
  • Easy to use – you just need a computer or device and the internet
  • 4 Live Zoom sessions 
  • Permanent access to all recordings and all notes of presentations
  • Downloadable videos and slides

Not sure it’s worth your time?  Consider this: 

You’ll become… even more effective pelvic physiotherapist who adds even more value to your patients, earning even greater trust a physiotherapist who feels invigorated about vaginal challenges

...confident in initial case management of chronic vaginal symptoms

...a whole lot less prone to overwhelm when you’re taking the case of a complex pelvic patient (no more “OMG! They’ve got everything and no one can help them!”)


“If you are treating pelvic pain or using pessaries, this course is highly relevant and you’ll never regret it!”



“It clarified the importance and relevance of the vaginal microbiome to many of the conditions I treat. It gave me some confidence to start integrating my new knowledge of the vaginal microbiome into my clinical practice. Should be compulsory learning for all pelvic health physios!”



“I had many ‘a-ha’ moments! This is a fantastic course if you have little or no knowledge of the vagina microbiome. It is straightforward, evidence based and Alyssa is approachable and knowledgeable beyond belief!”



“I've just had an 87 yr old have pH from 6.5 to 5 in 10 days with [the treatment taught in the course]! Has made a huge difference to her OAB symptoms so thanks a million”



“Informative, format is easy to fit into a busy working week, and I can easily implement strategies with my patients straight away.”


Louise (pHantastic pHlora)

“The course went way and above what I thought Vaginal pH would involve. I feel like I've learned a lot that I don't know where else I would've found all this out.”


Kelli (pHantastic pHlora)

  • Instructor

    Meet Alyssa:

    With Alyssa’s clinical background in private practice and years of research and training in functional nutrition, she’s here to help! More and more manual therapists are hungry for evidence based information about nutrients, microbiomes, environmental chemicals and health. They want to incorporate functional medicine or “root cause” principles into their practice for improved client outcome. Alyssa’s qualifications include: Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Postgraduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Continence and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation), Graduate Diploma in Health Science (Nutrition Medicine), Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy, Advanced Diploma in Western Herbal Medicine, Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine, Master of Science (Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine) – expected completion mid 2019