Dr Jo Milios is a Titled Clinical Researcher and Men’s Health Physiotherapist (MACP) who has a special interest in Prostate Cancer (PCa) and recently completed PhD studies at the University of Western Australia (UWA). In her thesis, ‘Therapeutic interventions for patients with prostate cancer: A focus on urinary incontinence , erectile dysfunction and Peyronie’s disease ’, quality of life impacts were investigated. Two randomised controlled trials were conducted, aimed at reducing the impact of urinary incontinence (UI) and erectile dysfunction (ED). The first investigated pelvic floor muscle (PFM) training in men, and the second therapeutic ultrasound to treat Peyronie’s disease following treatment for PCa. Jo has presented her research findings at many international conferences including the World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) 2015-19, Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conferences (APCC) 2014-18, Australian (APA) & American Physiotherapy Association’s (APTA) 2019, 2020 (APTA) and locally at Men’s Sheds , PCFA support groups, Woodside Petroleum and ANZUS. Recent publications include ANZ Continence Journal (2018, 2019) , BMC Urology (2019), Rehabilitation Therapy (2020) and Sexual Medicine (2020). Currently, Jo is investigating impacts from radiation therapy with colleagues at UWA where the role of pelvic floor muscle training is a new research focus.