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California Physical Therapy Continuing Education Courses


Below is a list of all the California Physical Therapy Continuing Education Courses Herman & Wallace is offering in 2013 and 2014. Herman & Wallace provides continuing education courses for medical professionals seeking to improve their practice skills for the treatment of pelvic floor and pelvic girdle dysfunction.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage for Pelvic Pain - LYMPH

October 18-19, 2014
San Diego, CA
Experience Level: Beginner
FunctionSmart Physical Therapy

This course focuses on how to use manual lymph drainage (MLD) to treat pelvic lymphatic congestions and pelvic pain as part of a Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT) plan. Starting with a detailed examination of the lymphatic system, the course walks participants through understanding when and where MLD is appropriate for use with patients presenting with pelvic pain. An emphasis is placed on hands-on practice with MLD, with participants learning not only standard drainage protocols, but also how to adjust and supplement existing protocols with new pelvic pain relief and decongestion MLD techniques.

Bowel Pathology and Function - BPF

November 8-9, 2014
Torrance, CA
Experience Level: Intermediate
Health Care Partners of Torrance, CA

This intermediate, two-day course covers comprehensive evaluation and treatment techniques for bowel pathologies and dysfunctions, including chronic constipation and fecal incontinence. The course includes a review of anatomical structures related to the pelvic floor. Muscle tone changes and their implication relating to chronic constipation will be explained, as well as the management of pelvic floor muscle treatment and objective findings.

Pelvic Floor Level 1 - PF1

November 14-16, 2014
San Diego, CA
Experience Level: Beginner
FunctionSmart Physical Therapy

This continuing education course is a three-day seminar designed to provide a thorough introduction to female pelvic floor function, dysfunction and treatment interventions. It is geared to the physical therapist who wants to synthesize the information and apply it to individual treatment programs for urinary incontinence or the musculoskeletal components of urogynecologic pain syndromes such as chronic pelvic pain (CPP), vulvar pain, and interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome (IC/PBS).

Pelvic Floor Level 1 - PF1

January 9-11, 2015
Oakland, CA
Experience Level: Beginner
Samuel Merritt University

This continuing education course is a three-day seminar designed to provide a thorough introduction to female pelvic floor function, dysfunction and treatment interventions. It is geared to the physical therapist who wants to synthesize the information and apply it to individual treatment programs for urinary incontinence or the musculoskeletal components of urogynecologic pain syndromes such as chronic pelvic pain (CPP), vulvar pain, and interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome (IC/PBS).

Pelvic Floor Level 3 - PF3

March 13-15, 2015
Fairfield, CA
Experience Level: Advanced
NorthBay Healthcare

This continuing education course is a three-day advanced-level seminar created to further improve the clinicians’ ability to evaluate and treat pelvic floor dysfunctions by integrating ideas from many of the existing models of pelvic floor rehabilitation into comprehensive and cohesive programs.

Coccyx Pain Evaluation and Treatment - COX

March 28-29, 2015
Torrance, CA
Experience Level: Intermediate
HealthCare Partners - Torrance

This two day continuing education course allows the therapist to focus on this vital, sensitive area to learn and refine skills in assessment and treatment. Anatomy, pathology, and detailed palpation skills of the coccyx region is instructed. Evidence is utilized to provide a solid foundation in current evaluation and interventions for coccyx pain.

Pelvic Floor Level 1 - PF1

May 1-3, 2015
Los Angeles, CA
Experience Level: Beginner
Mount St. Mary's College

This continuing education course is a three-day seminar designed to provide a thorough introduction to female pelvic floor function, dysfunction and treatment interventions. It is geared to the physical therapist who wants to synthesize the information and apply it to individual treatment programs for urinary incontinence or the musculoskeletal components of urogynecologic pain syndromes such as chronic pelvic pain (CPP), vulvar pain, and interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome (IC/PBS).

Oncology and the Pelvic Floor: Female - OPFF

May 2-3, 2015
Torrance, CA
Experience Level: Intermediate
HealthCare Partners - Torrance

This is a two day course designed to give the pelvic floor practitioner an understanding of the impact of gynaecological cancers on a woman’s health and quality of life, and an insight into the important role we play as members of the gynaecological oncology multidisciplinary healthcare team.

Sexual Medicine for Men and Women - SEXMED

Nov. 13-15, 2015
San Diego, CA
Experience Level: Beginner
FunctionSmart

This continuing education course offers the therapist an opportunity to increase comfort levels in patient interviews, clinical examinations, and interventions towards sexual health and function.

The Institute offers numerous continuing education courses taught throughout the year in multiple locations across the country. Contact hours from each course apply towards CEU requirements and vary according to state. For more information Contact Us!


California Physical Therapy Continuing Education Courses