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Herman & Wallace produces resources that make everyday practice for physical therapists simpler and more effective. Listed below you will find: home exercise programs to help your clients recover when they aren't in your office; presentations to help you expand your client base; guides and visuals to assist in demonstrating therapy options to clients and much more!
This packet will contain 10 article summaries that relate to "instructing in pelvic floor muscle contractions". The articles summarized in this initial packet will discuss the research surrounding patient education for pelvic floor exercises.
Monitor your patient's symptoms quickly and effectively with this lumbopelvic scan exam checklist. This checklist will help you consistently assess for symptoms that would assist in your clinical decision- making, and to keep an eye out for red flags.
Herman & Wallace has created a presentation to allow you to instantly stand before a group and present the necessary basics and relevant research so that educating colleagues and community members is as easy as opening up your computer.
This business plan template will guide you through the process of planning out a new physical therapy practice. Learn from the experience of our faculty members and instructors who have started their own clinics, and get your new clinic up and running!
This Powerpoint presentation helps the pelvic physical therapist make a strong case to referral sources (physicians, nurse practitioners, etc.) of the many reasons to refer patients to your practice.
Pelvic health is an often overlooked dimension of breast cancer recovery, yet has a major impact on survivors’ quality of life. Learn about the impacts that surgery, chemo, radiation and hormonal therapy have on pelvic health.
This home exercise program will provide a full workout regimen for women in the prenatal stage of their lives. It will cover all aspects of musculoskeletal health for women trying to get pregnant.
This customizable product covers postural, hormonal, orthopedic and pelvic dysfunctions commonly seen by therapists who enjoy working with pregnant women.
New mothers can often be overshadowed by their newborn, and it is important to address the many healthcare challenges they face. This product addresses some of the most common of these issues.
This is a public presentation for recently (or not so recently) post-partum women. Too often, new mothers don’t get the healthcare attention they need and deserve, while also feeling the pressure to get back to their pre-pregnancy body.
This one-hour educational class (target audience is patients and their families) for pelvic physical therapists to help promote their pre-natal services. Product includes a Powerpoint presentation and handouts (customizable with your clinic logo).
The 2nd Edition of the lumbopelvic stability manual includes 13 exercise handouts, developed to teach patients the role of the pelvic floor muscle strength for low back, sacroiliac dysfunction and post abdominal surgery recovery.
This products will save you hours of writing and developing your own evaluation and treatment programs. The 3rd Edition manual provides a comprehensive tool for the practitioner using behavioral treatment for adult urinary incontinence.
This manual was developed to aid practitioners in the treatment of the pediatric dysfunctional voiding, reflux and incontinent/enuresis population.
This handout was developed for the patient who has questions about the impact of their physical disability or muscle impairment on their sexual activity. It highlights the benefits and detriments of sexual positions for various ailments with useful visual aides.
This product is meant to inform patients about basic physiology of the respiratory system and various types of breathing exercises. These breathing exercises will focus on three breathing components - inhale, exhale and hold time.
‘The Male Kegel’ is a manual intended to help educate male patients about pelvic floor muscle anatomy, their role, how to appropriately exercise the pelvic floor muscles, and the relationship of these muscles after prostatectomy.
Pilates and yoga are wonderful conditioning exercises for the pregnant body, helping to improve postural awareness, breathing techniques, strength & flexibility as well as improving balance.
Whilst manual therapy performed by a skilled therapist is an invaluable tool for assessing and treating pelvic floor dysfunction, our patients can become intimidated by the thought of incorporating specific stretches to the pelvic floor, be it manually or with dilators.
‘All About Kegels’ is a manual intended for physical therapists to utilize in educating patients when strengthening the pelvic floor muscles (PFM). This product will provide the physical therapist and patients written information and a home program that can be tailored for each patient.
A ‘Guide to Lubricants’ is a document intended for physical therapists to utilize in educating patients about the differences in personal lubricants available along with benefits and concerns.
The Geriatric Pelvic Floor Exercise Program will give the pelvic floor therapist a tool to provide an individual or group exercise program specifically geared to the geriatric population.
This full exercise program is a template for multiple topic areas with specific exercises geared to the dyspareunia patient; specific movement pattern adaptations, ergonomic recommendations and modifications of activity to address this condition.
The home exercise program is a single-source manual for those treating patients with pelvic pain. The manual provides information and handouts that clinicians can print or copy for patients, eliminating the need to reinvent the wheel.
This product will save you hours of writing and developing your own evaluation and treatment programs. The 1st Edition manual provides a comprehensive tool for the practitioner using behavioral treatment for constipation and fecal incontinence.
As women focus more on their professional lives the average age at which mother’s give birth is steadily increasing. The rising instance of advanced maternal age, especially for a mother’s first child, has shifted the paradigm of what it means to be an expecting mother.
This manual of handouts will provide the clinician a means of bridging the gap of care between the management of low back pain/sacroiliac joint pain and pelvic floor dysfunction, and contains information on managing both LB/SIJ pain and pelvic floor dysfunction.
This cash practice kit was designed for physical therapists who receive referrals from urology, gynecology and colorectal practices. This kit is a composite of forms.