Help us raise awareness!
25 September 2009

Click here to download our poster and here to download our leaflet.

We also have three new posters available highlighting the fact the PGP doesn't only affect the sufferer but also their family and men, often sportsmen (e.g footballers) can be affected too.

Please click on the links below to download the posters.

www.pelvicinstability.org.uk/documents/Poster%204-1.pdf

http://www.pelvicinstability.org.uk/documents/Poster%202-2.pdf

http://www.pelvicinstability.org.uk/documents/Poster%203-3.pdf

Please help us to raise awareness of PINS and PGP by printing these off and displaying them at your local health centre/maternity unit /physiotherapy/library/sports centre and  any place where mums to be and young babies and children meet.

We would also be delighted to send posters and leaflets to you in the post. Please email info@pelvicinstability.org.uk with the number of each you require and your contact address and we will get them sent out to you.

We are now on Facebook. www.facebook.com/pages/Pelvic-Instability-Network-Scotland-PINS/240070915653

The information on www.pelvicinstability.org.uk is for information only and is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified health professional. Pelvic Instability Network Scotland (PINS) is a registered Scottish Charity SCO 39222.