NOT SO BASIC PHYSICAL THERAPY

Comprehensive Care and Problem Solving for Treating Pelvic Pain with Endometriosis patients

Course Description

This course will focus assist the provider to build on basic pelvic health training with mentor-guided principles that focus on PT medical screening, review of systems and treatment planning.  It will include expert therapists that have additional specializations in integrative nutrition, viscero-fascial and orthopedic assessments. There will be a multidisciplinary panel for question-and-answer opportunity. The focus will be on case management and treatment planning.  The afternoon will include case dissection and treatment map planning.  There will be pre-study videos made available on the assessment and treatment tools that will be discussed. Participants are encouraged to bring 1-2 case studies for dialogue during the afternoon. 6.5 CEU

Learning Objectives

By the end of the course the participate will be able to

  1. Explain the condition of endometriosis as the sum of pelvic pain and disorders of the systems involved
  2. List types of resources needed for comprehensive care in endometriosis population.
  3. Outline how to screen and refer for valuable disciplines
  4. Be able to integrate multidisciplinary knowledge in their PT practice
  5. Identify common barrier in care of endometriosis patients
  6. Demonstrate steps for problem solving and prioritizing treatment plans) case management principles

Information

Diverse health care

Fostering education, awareness, and hope to improve pain and restore quality of life.

Contact

International Pelvic Pain Society
14305 Southcross Drive West, Suite 100
Burnsville, MN 55306
U.S.A
Telephone: +1 (612) 474-4140
Fax: +1 (952) 314-8212
Email: info@pelvicpain.org