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The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy has launched a variety of free live webinars via Zoom.  Browse our list of recent webinar recordings/handouts and register for our upcoming live webinars.

The Academy will be regularly updating its webinar calendar so we encourage you to periodically check back here or subscribe to our newsletter to receive our latest webinar announcements!

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  • PC/Laptop/Mobile Phone
  • Internet Connection (Wi-Fi or Wired Internet)
  • Microphone (you can mute/unmute yourself)
  • Webcam (if you want others to see you online)
  • No background noise (try to sit in a quiet room)
  • You will be muted upon entry but you can unmute yourself when you wish to contribute to the conversation or ask a question!

Upcoming Webinars

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Male Pelvic Health

June 20, 2020 | 12pm-1:30pm EST
Speaker: Susie Gronski, DPT, PRPC | Moderator: Lauren Trosch, PT, DPT, OCS.
Currently specializing in men’s pelvic and sexual health, Susie Gronski, DPT is a licensed doctor of physical therapy, certified pelvic rehabilitation practitioner, international teacher, author and creator of online and in-person health programs that help men with pelvic pain become experts in treating themselves. Learn more by visiting drsusieg.com.

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Replay Recent Webinars

Check back periodically for the latest recordings and handouts from recent webinars!

PACER SERIES: Pelvic Health Considerations

Many of the patients who survive COVID-19 will demonstrate deficits in all major body systems. One system commonly overlooked is the genitourinary (GU) system. One component of the GU system is the pelvic floor diaphragm. The pelvic floor diaphragm, in conjunction with the respiratory diaphragm, act as a pressure regulator of the trunk. By regulating pressures, this group of muscles assists patients with breathing, posture, and movement. Because these are interventions that will be commonly implemented in therapy sessions for patients who survive COVID-19, it is imperative that physical therapists screen the GU system and integrity of the pelvic floor diaphragm. The purpose of this webinar is to provide a further understanding of the relationship between the respiratory and pelvic diaphragms and how to incorporate the pelvic floor into post-COVID-19 physical therapy sessions.

The Use of Running Gait-Retraining in the Management of Chronic Stress Urinary Incontinence in the Postpartum Population

May 14, 2020 | This presentation will provide an evidence update on running gait retraining and the relevant biomechanics of the lower extremity and the pelvic floor. Speakers: Michael Roberto PT, DPT, Michael Steimling PT, DPT, PPSIG

Evidence-Based Applications of Vaginal Trainers

May 13, 2020 | Journal Club Series. Speaker: Amanda Olson, PT, DPT, PRPC. Moderator: Lauren Trosch, PT, DPT, OCS

Mindfulness to Help Us Thrive During Challenging Times

May 2, 2020 | Journal Club Series. The impact of COVID-19 has had a rippling effect on our lives, families, patients and practices. Navigating the vast legislative changes, workplace changes and lifestyle changes has been stressful and difficult for many of us. Where do we go from there? What can we do to alleviate these stressful factors? Speaker: Alexandra Milspaw, PhD, M.Ed., LPC

Gender-Affirming Care

April 18, 2020 | Journal Club Series. What do I need to assess and what outcome measure should I use to care for patients who are transgender/non-binary? Moderator: Lauren Trosch, PT, DPT, OCS. Speaker: Sandra Gallagher, PT, WCS

Returning to Running Postpartum

March 21, 2020 | Journal Club Series. Want to make sure you are getting your postpartum patients back to running as quickly and safely as you can? Replay our webinar recording on “Returning to running postnatal guidelines for medical, health and fitness professionals.”

Trauma, Abuse and Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Oct 8, 2018 |The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APTA Pelvic Health) and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) partnered together to host a FREE live webinar. This interactive question and answer style event will feature a panel of knowledgeable speakers from both the Academy and ISSTD. The emphasis of this event will centralize around trauma, abuse, and pelvic health physical therapy. It will be an excellent opportunity to dive deeper into trauma to explore how it affects our patients, how it may impact our treatment, and how we can better serve our patients with this common yet unique history.

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