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Pelvic Floor Support Systems in Postpartum Recovery, Pelvic Pain and Prolapse with Kathe Wallace, PT Sewickley, PA
This Course has been Postponed until 2021
After many discussions, we have decided that we are unable to hold this course in person or in a hybird format at this time. We are working together to reschedule in a new and improved format, including 6-7 hours of online modules and teaching plus a day of in-person expanded lab sessions. This Boost Camp is designed as a one-day intensive continuing education seminar for experienced physical therapists treating pelvic floor dysfunctions. Patient/client management teaching will include identifying pelvic floor muscle diagnoses, as well as advanced examination techniques of female fascia, organ and pelvic floor anatomy applicable to postpartum women, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
If you registered for this course, we have sent information about our “Covid Compromise” to you! If you did not register, registration for version 2020 is no longer open. As soon as we are able, we will provide information about how you will be able to register for and utilize this important information to assist your patients.
PA CE pending for 7 hours of online learning. Additional CE will be added for in-person lab sessions for 2021.
Functional Therapeutic Movement and Exercise with Ben Cormack, Postponed until 2021
JULY 2020, we have made the difficult decision to postpone this course until 2021. We will work with Ben to make this work when it is safer for him to travel, for you all to travel and to feel easy attending and learning in a group. Please watch Ben’s website for updates, follow his blogs and insight, and stay in touch with us for updates! We look forward to seeing you in 2021.
This is NOT just another exercise course about sets and reps! It is about applying movement and exercise to people in pain. Exercise and movement are fantastic tools to help our patients but the complexity and uncertainty often present in clinical practice can make its application tough especially with painful problems! This can help discard unhelpful, outdated & often detrimental perspectives around movement that are often pervasive amongst therapists and clinicians