An Evidence Based Approach- $99 - (3 hours ) - Learn More and Enroll
Jan. 18-19 2020 - Charleston, SC at Private Therapy Services
April 25-26 2020 - Overland Park, KS at Overland Park Regional Medical Center
May 16-17 2020 - Santa Maria, CA at Santa Maria Valley Physical Therapy Group
Oct. 3-4 2020 - Middletown, CT at Middlesex Hospital
Pelvic floor Implications in the Running Athlete - $550 - (15 hours) - Learn More and Enroll
“So great! Very educational and applicable to my current population. I learned so much! I think it was very thorough for what the course was intended for.”
“Wonderfully laid out and taught. Great communication from the instructor and great discussion. LOVED this course.”
“An amazing and very helpful course. I feel more confident now!”
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In these videos, IntimateRose.com's Dr. Amanda Olson, certified pelvic floor rehabilitation therapist, discusses two continuing education courses offered by Intimate Rose. These courses are: Physical Therapy Management of the Pregnant Patient: An Evidence-Based Approach, a three-hour online course that costs $99, and Pelvic floor Implications in the Running Athlete, a live, 15-hour course that costs $550.
The online course, both written and instructed by Dr. Olson, is a go-at-your-own-pace course where she goes over the different examination techniques to safely manage a pregnant patient, what sorts of modes of exercise are useful, and what manual techniques you can use to alter the treatment of a pregnant patient dealing with orthopedic and pelvic dysfunction. This course is ideal for physical therapists of all backgrounds and includes guidelines established by ACOG, the American College of Gynecologists, and evidence-based approaches of pregnant patient management.
The in-person course, also written and instructed by Dr. Olson, takes place over two days and is designed to help understand how to better manage patients that are runners who are suffering from pelvic floor issues. Instruction includes a detailed look into the biomechanics of running and how this impacts the pelvic floor. This includes how poor running mechanics can lead to pelvic floor impairment in both a pelvic floor therapist perspective and an orthopedic perspective. This makes this course appropriate for both physical therapists and orthopedists, and it includes different treatment paradigms, different exercise progressions, and how to prepare different types of injury to return to run in a fun, hands-on, and fast-paced environment.