Becoming a Member of Pelvic Instability Network Scotland.

Membership of Pelvic Instability Network Scotland is open to anyone, age 18 and over who is interested in furthering the work of our organisation. It is not restricted to Scotland and one of   our newest members has just joined us from Canada.
You can be involved as little or as much as you like. The more members we have the more weight and influence we carry as an organisation.

We need your help to ensure that the voice of people with Pelvic Girdle Pain is heard, that awareness of the condition is improved and that appropriate  treatment is available to all those affected by the condition.

Benefits of Membership

  • Quarterly newsletter keeping you in touch with the latest news from PINS, information about pelvic girdle pain  and details of upcoming events. The newsletter is sent by email to reduce costs and to be environmentally friendly but you have the option to receive a paper copy if you wish.
  • Copy of the guidelines from the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women's Health on Pregnancy related Pelvic Girdle Pain.
  • Option to be put in touch with other members to offer mutual support and friendship
  • Access to local support networks (if available in your area)
  • Support with setting up a local support network if you wish to do so
  • Ability to vote at the AGM and influence the future direction of the organisation.

Cost - Our membership fee is currently  just £5 per annum payable on the 1st of  May each year. We will send a reminder to you by email a couple of weeks before your membership is due.

Your membership fee will go towards  day to day running costs of the charity including newsletter production, leaflet production and postage, insurance, maintaining the website and ultimately supporting a telephone help line.

Join our organisation by downloading a membership application form today or send an  email  with your contact details to  and we will post an application form to you.


Membership Application Form

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The information on is for information only and is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified health professional.