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.
One significant road block to getting patients to pelvic rehabilitation is the lack of awareness about what we offer among our patients, the providers, and even among fellow rehabilitation professionals. Many therapists feel a responsibility to “spread the word” about what we do and who we can help, yet are so busy with patient care and running a practice that creating and scheduling presentations is lost in the day-to-day shuffle.
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 presentation is already customized for you to be directed appropriately to 2 different audience groups: healthcare providers and community groups. You can also adjust the presentation by adding slides to direct the information for a specific target audience.
1. A quick quiz for audience members about pelvic rehab.
2. A sample referral pad layout for pelvic rehabilitation.
- What is Pelvic Rehabilitation?
- Introduction to pelvic floor anatomy.
- What conditions can be treated by a pelvic rehabilitation provider?
- How does a pelvic rehab provider address these dysfunctions?
- What is included in an initial exam?
- What can I expect regarding instruction or therapy?
Additional slides for physicians and students in health professions:
- More advanced anatomy images and details about pain referral patterns.
- More research about efficacy of physical therapy.
- How a patient ran be referred to physical therapy.
Additional slides for community members:
- How to discuss pelvic rehabilitation with your provider.
- How to find a pelvic rehabilitation provider.
These documents will be delivered in the format of Microsoft Word files.