Orthopedic Pelvic Assessment and Treatment for the Pelvic Pain Population

Price:

$49

Dr. Kelli Wilson

PT, DPT, FAAOMPT, OCS

Contact Hours:

1 hour

ABOUT THE COURSE

This one hour webinar will instruct on how to assess and treat structural obliquity pertaining to the sacroiliac and hip joints. Dr. Wilson will make assessment very easy to see and understand. You will be able to hone in on gross obliquity issues to the pelvis and hip and tie in why this would negatively impact the pelvic floor and low back. The pelvic pain population is susceptible to an uptake of their central nervous system, increased inflammatory mechanisms, and overactivity to surrounding musculature; therefore, it is important to learn all aspects of all surrounding structures to provide a comprehensive treatment to the patient. Small variance can impact the patient greatly and learning tools to assist with reducing this will greatly help your practice. This webinar is jam packed with videos, videos, videos to see and learn how to appropriately treat these patients! This webinar will expand your clinical reasoning and give you that “AH-HA” moment with plateaued patients. Please join her live or recorded version later, you will not be disappointed!

Course Objectives:

  • Demonstrate proper palpation techniques to the sacroiliac joint and hip region to allow for streamlined treatment.

  • Expand mobilization techniques to the sacroiliac and hip joint.

  • Understand common pelvic floor diagnoses and how they correlate with orthopedic diagnoses.

  • Learn treatment and self-treatment techniques for the patient to use in the clinic and the next day to allow for improved functional activities.

Your Instructor:

Dr. Kelli Wilson specializes in both acute and chronic pelvic pain for both males and females along with all other pelvic floor diagnoses. She is a full-time clinician & Director of Development & Expansion for Integrity Rehab in Central Texas. In 2012, she became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist and Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists where she is President of the Pelvic Health Special Interest Group. Dr. Wilson is the owner of Alcove Education, which provides continuing education courses to medical practitioners treating pelvic floor diagnoses. She has developed educational courses pertaining to pelvic pain for many years. Vestibulodynia treatment should not be hard. Use these straightforward treatment approaches to streamline your patient onto the road to recovery...quicker and more effectively.

Reminders:

This is a recorded webinar. After purchasing the event you will receive an email with how to access the course.