The creator of this course has updated the course to better reflect new evidence and resources. The new title of this course is Mobilization of the Myofascial Layer: Pelvis and Lower Extremities.
|Price: $575 (Early Registrant Price $550)
Experience Level: Intermediate
Contact Hours: 17
This continuing education course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge concerning the connective tissue that interplays within the muscular system of the trunk, hip, pelvis and lower extremity as it relates to treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. This course is geared toward the therapist that wishes to integrate a variety of manual therapy techniques for treating the myofascial system. Material will be presented that includes the science and evidence behind myofascial release, relevant anatomical structures, clinical reasoning and an extensive number of treatment techniques. Lab sections include both surface and internal vaginal/rectal techniques. The goal is to provide the clinician that is currently treating women and men with pelvic dysfunction additional tools that they can immediately incorporate into their clinical practice.
As this course includes extensive lab work, all course attendees should come prepared to participate as both clinician and patient. Vaginal and rectal pelvic floor muscle techniques will be taught in labs. Pregnant women course attendees may participate in a limited capacity and we strongly recommend that pregnant attendees bring a model as vaginal examination and internal myofascial manual therapy prior to 32 weeks gestation is not the common standard of medical practice.
Seminar content is targeted to physical therapists. Content is not intended for use outside the scope of the learner's license or regulation. Clinical continuing education should not be taken by individuals who are not licensed or otherwise regulated, except, as they are involved in a specific plan of care.
This continuing education seminar is targeted to physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, occupational therapist assistants, registered nurses, nurse midwives, and other rehabilitation professionals. Content is not intended for use outside the scope of the learner's license or regulation. Physical therapy continuing education courses should not be taken by individuals who are not licensed or otherwise regulated, except, as they are involved in a specific plan of care.
Pelvic Floor Level 1 through Herman & Wallace or prior seminar instruction in internal pelvic floor vaginal muscle examinations
Review the anatomy of the pelvis and perineum
Upon completion of this continuing education seminar, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the theory and application of myofascial release
2. Cite potential causes for development of restrictions in the fascial system
3. Differentiate between direct and indirect release techniques and understand the proper application of each
4. Identify external and internal myofascial structures that may have an effect on pelvic dysfunction
5. Recognize abnormal connective tissue mobility and joint spring testing
6. Apply the technique of three-dimensional myofascial release; utilizing external body and internal vaginal/rectal approaches
7. Recognize and treat myofascial restrictions throughout the trunk, pelvis and lower extremity as it relates to pelvic dysfunction
8. Implement myofascial release techniques into a comprehensive treatment program for the patient with varied diagnoses of the lumbar, pelvic and hip region as they relate to physical therapy
5:00 Introduction, Goals and Objectives
8:00 Review and questions from day one
8:00 Review and questions from day one
We always want to hear from those interested in hosting our courses. We work with healthcare organizations of all types, sizes, and locations. Please, Contact us about Hosting Myofascial Release for Pelvic Dysfunction or any other course!
I can't wait to go to the clinic in order to add all of the emerging techniques to my repertoire. Ramona always goes above and beyond to impart as much information and techniques as possible.
-Gail O'Neill, PT - Armonk, NY
Best course ever! I can use everything!
-Kathleen K. Valentino, PT - Annapolis, MD
Ramona has so much to offer in anatomy, treatments, and research. I always leave with a full brain. Great clinical applications.
-Ranessa Gibson, PT, DPT - Roanoke, VA
The myofascial course by Ramona C. Horton MPT is by far my favorite. All Herman and Wallace courses are amazing and I learn so much but, after Ramona’s course I was able to apply her techniques with confidence the very next day. Her techniques apply to all my patients and myself. She taught us new therapist positions for better body mechanics. These little corrections were felt immediately. She is knowledgeable, funny, and on task. I highly recommend her course and I can’t wait to take the other courses she has developed.
-Lori Yoder PT - Lady Lake, FL
This course exceeded my expectations. The techniques shown were more than enough to treat a variety of pelvic floor disorders in addition to orthopedic complaints.The instructor did an awesome job of answering questions and was always present to help during lab.
- Lottoya Manderson, MSPT - Miami, FL
This has truely bee the most informative CEU course I've ever taken.It really made me look at how I treat differently. I will change/integrate this into my treatment sessions.
- Jill Nauroth PTA - Cincinatti, OH
I really appreciate how much information you imparted to us and all the knowledge you shared in order to help us become better clinicians. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise! I am excited to use my new tools!
- Michelle Perra, PT - Roseville, MN
Great balance of didactic and lab - tied togeter info from many PF couses - will imporve the way I treat patients.
An excellent class! Loved the comfort level/openness of the instructor and lab assistant.