Jo Milios is an Australian Physiotherapist who specialises in Men’s Health, focusing on Prostate Cancer Rehabilitation, Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction, Incontinence, Erectile Dysfunction, Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, Exercise and Yoga. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) in 1993, the big gap in Men’s Health services proved pivotal in her decision to specialise over a decade ago. Jo is soon to complete PhD studies within the University of Western Australia's Faculty of Science, School of Health Services, researching the applicaton of Physiotherapy protocols to enhance quality of life issues in men dealing with Prostate Cancer. Complimenting this and in recognition of the big gaps seen in Men’s Health, Jo set up ‘PROST! Exercise 4 Prostate Cancer Inc.’, in 2012, a not-for profit organisation, with the aim of providing an exercise, yoga sessions and peer support program for ANY man with Prostate Cancer no matter his age, stage or prognosis. Jo has presented her research findings at several international conferences including WCPT15 and WCPT17, Asia- Pacific Prostate Cancer Conferences (APCC) 2014-18, ASO 2014-18, Australia New Zealand Urological Society WA Meeting (ANZUS) 2018. Recent publications include several write-ups in the Australian Physiotherapy ‘In Motion’ magazine and Bridge Continence magazine for the Continence Foundation of Australia and two paper 'in press' publications with the Australian New Zealand Continence Journal. Recently Jo completed two RCT's on' hIgh intensity' vs 'usual care' PFM training protocols in Radical prostatectomy, with a focus on quality of life, continence, erectile function and in the second RCT, Peyronie's disease. These papers are currently in write-up. Finally, Jo also teaches Men's Health Physiotherapy workshops throughout Australia for the Australian Physiotherapy Association and internationally. Jo is a casual academic at Charles Sturt University, Australia and for Curtin University's Post-graduate Sexology Masters course in Western Australia.