Yoga and Meditation for Pelvic Health
Join us November 20-21, 2021 for this interactive 2-day webinar course designed with the pelvic health therapist in mind but is open to any physical therapist who is interested in learning more about yoga as an intervention for many different health conditions. Explore the history of yoga and meditation, access research on yoga and meditation for pregnant patients and those with persistent pain, osteoporosis, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and functional bowel disorders and learn how to design a yoga program.
Join our professional community of 3,700+ Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Physical Therapy Students specializing in the pelvic health physical therapy field and beyond. Get access to evidence-based education, the latest research and guidance for the work you do every day. Challenge yourself to seize that next career milestone while transforming your patients’ lives. Join one or more of our Special Interest Groups to contribute to discussions relevant to students, early-professionals and pregnancy & postpartum topics. Find your state representative and begin an advocacy campaign in your state or network with fellow state members.
Together, we make the pelvic health physical therapy profession possible.
Advance or gain new physical therapy knowledge and practical, clinical skills through 100+ of our high-quality online and in-person certificate courses in pelvic, obstetric, transgender, pediatric health and beyond. Taught by experienced educators around the country, courses apply the most current evidence and translate it into usable, practical skills enabling physical therapy professionals to introduce or improve their clinical care standards and better serve their patients. Join our Academy to receive member-exclusive discounts on all of our courses and conferences.
Research & Knowledge
Explore the high-quality research in our Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy (JWHPT; member perk) or browse through the latest Clinical Practice Guidelines, Academy position statements and state and federal legislative updates.
APTA Pelvic Health is a member-led association where members make our physical therapy profession and industry advancement possible. Make an impact in your local or national community by running for national office office, donating toward physical therapy research or global charities, volunteering for a committee or at the annual conference or sponsoring an international education program. Whether you are donating money or time, your generosity and kindness help support and advance research, practice and patient care locally and globally.
“The mission at Intimate Rose is to advance pelvic health worldwide. Intimate Rose combines best-in-class pelvic health devices with detailed educational materials for patients and clinicians. Intimate Rose is committed to furthering evidence-based practice by funding the Academy of Pelvic Health’s research grant ($10,000), thereby expanding clinician knowledge for optimal patient outcomes.”