✔️️ Finding your Ethos - define who you are and who you want to be as a pelvic PT.
✔️ Optimize your Intake Forms - Streamline your evaluations by utilizing your intake forms.
✔️ Prioritize in your Evals - Get the most information and patient buy-in from the first visit.
✔️ The Four Stages of Treatment - Confidently progress your patient through the plan of care.
✔️ Avoid Plateaus - Ensure you don't get stuck in a rut with complex patients.
✔️ Communication Strategies - Improve buy-in and communication, be direct, and ask the tough questions.
✔️BONUS - Questions and answers at the end of each module, as well as an action plan for implementation.
✔️BONUS - Handouts for self-assessment.
✔️BONUS - Telehealth bonus module.
✔️BONUS - Access to Pelvic PT Essentials Alumnae Facebook group, with more than 100 pelvic PTs who have committed to improving their skills with the Essentials course!
Frequently Asked Questions
How is the course administered?
The entire course is done online and at your own pace. You have lifetime access to the material to review and reference as well! You can watch on either the computer or phone.
Each module has an action plan at the end to implement the material and a Q&A session addressing all the questions from the content as well!
How much experience do I need to take the course?
The course bridges the gap between con-ed and real clinical practice So we would say you should definitely have taken Pelvic Floor 1 and be seeing at least some pelvic patients to get the most of out the course, but you don't need a certain level of experience to get everything out of the course.
We've had participants ranging from just a few months in pelvic health to participants with 10+ years and a WCS. Remember, you'll also have lifetime access to the content, so if you want to go back and revisit it later, you always can!
Why is the course online instead of in-person?
This course is about helping you apply the hands-on skills you ALREADY have to be more skilled and confident. Keeping the course online also makes it more financially accessible. With more than 12 hours of content, this course (including travel, hotel and the course cost) would likely be more than $2,000 to take in-person.