Pending & Active: int(3)
|Price: $495 (Early Registrant Price $475)
Experience Level: Intermediate
Contact Hours: 15
This two-day intermediate course will allow the practicing pelvic rehab therapist to develop and refine immediately-applicable palpation and manual treatment skills. This course is intended for the pelvic rehab therapist who may be new to manual therapy techniques, or who want to refine their palpation skills when evaluating and treating the pelvic rehab patient. This course provides tools to participants for sharpening their abilities and gaining confidence through observation skills and discriminate touch. The participant will also further develop the ability to adapt a treatment approach for pelvic rehabilitation to a specific patient’s needs. A deepened understanding of the myofascial system and it’s functional roles within the urologic and gynecological systems can be gained at this intermediate continuing education course. This course may be taken in conjunction with other manual therapy courses and provides an overview of a variety of techniques and practical applications.
This continuing education seminar is targeted to physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapist assistants, registered nurses, nurse midwives, and other rehabilitation professionals. Content is not intended for use outside the scope of the learner's license or regulation. Physical therapy continuing education courses should not be taken by individuals who are not licensed or otherwise regulated, except, as they are involved in a specific plan of care.
This course is intended for experienced pelvic rehab therapists who are already treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic Floor Level 1 is required and at least one course of an Intermediate Level is recommended (i.e.: Pelvic Floor Level 2A or Pelvic Floor Level 2B)
Upon completion of this continuing education seminar, participants will be able to:
1. Identify and palpate specific tissues in the abdominopelvic area, specifically the musculure, fascial, and nerve tissues.
2. Explain the function of the myofascial structures within the perineum and pelvic floor and the potential dysfunctions resulting from injury to these tissues.
3. Describe current literature and concepts in myofascial therapy and apply these concepts and techniques to treatment of pelvic girdle dysfunction.
4. Perform and correlate external and internal examination of the perineum and pelvic floor to the patient’s symptoms.
5. Design and demonstrate fascial techniques to address examination findings.
6. Create functional goals related to myofascial and nerve dysfunction.
7. Instruct patients and partners in a home program for urologic, sexual and pelvic pain.
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After 13 years out of PT school and mainly in acute care practice this course was very helpful to improve palpation and Myofascial technique. Thanks!
-Maria Zenz, PT - Minster, OH
Herman and Wallace's courses are always the perfect mix of lecture and lab.
-Maria Zenz, PT - Minster, OH
Phenomenal Course! Tina Allen covered an enormous amount of information, practical techniques and creative treatment interventions for male and female pelvic floor population. However, the class pace was very relaxed and unrushed.
-MaryBeth Thompson, PT - Alexandria, VA
This was a great course to advance my manual skills. Tina is a wonderful teacher who empowers her students & makes learning fun!
-Erica Adams PT, DPT, CKTP - Severna Park, MD
I had a great experience at the Manual PT course this past weekend with Tina. She is a really awesome instructor who has a knack for teaching. She really engages the class and gets excited about the material. I learned a lot of new things that I am already using with my patients this week. I have 9 years under my belt, so I wasn't sure how much I would learn, but I was surprised that I took away several new skills.