NEXT: Pelvic Floor Contributors to Orthopedic Dysfunction

Course Description

24 Education Hours: 8 Hours – Online Self Study + 16 Hours – Online Instructor-Led Instruction

The 8 hours of online lectures encompass an in-depth look at pathoanatomy, basic and specific clinical examination of the pelvic floor complex, clinical interpretation and differential diagnosis, management suggestions for acute and recurrent/chronic pelvic conditions, as well as overall conservative management of pelvic floor and its contributors to orthopedic dysfunctions.

The 16 hours of online instructor-led instruction allows for a personalized mentoring experience. The concepts from the online courses are applied to a complex patient case with specific patho-anatomical considerations as well as how the case is interpreted from clinical testing. All aspects of a comprehensive plan of care are presented, to include soft tissue and joint mobilization, dry needling, and sensorimotor control along with special topics with the most up to date information.

Participant-instructor interaction is encouraged during these lectures, where questions can be answered real-time. Special topics include pathoanatomy, clinical (internal and external) examination, manual therapy, dry needling, motor control, psychosocial considerations and special topics on urinary incontinence and pelvic instability

Pre-approved in the following states

Arkansas, Alabama, Connecticut, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Mass, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Washington, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Wyoming, Nevada, New Jersey

Contact info@iaom-us.com to request approval in your state.

Objectives and Goals

• Exhibit an exact knowledge of pathoanatomy, physiology, and biomechanics for the pelvic floor as contributor for orthopedic dysfunctions.

• Review clinical examination of the pelvic floor, and screening of the lumbar and hip regions.

• Show an understanding of how to interpret the clinical examination to reach a precise clinical diagnosis of the pelvic floor as contributor for orthopedic dysfunctions.

• Perform effective treatment for primary pelvic floor disorders as contributors for common orthopedic dysfunctions.

• Apply a framework for planning the prescription of affliction-specific neuromotor and sensorimotor strategies management of pelvic floor and lower quarter disorders.

• Integrate evidence and experience shared by the instructors into a complete approach in musculoskeletal management of pelvic floor as contributor for orthopedic dysfunctions.


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Course Schedule

January 20, 2022

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

(Pathoanatomy)


January 26, 2022

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

(Examination and Interpretation)


February 2, 2022

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

(Treatment and Breathing Therapy)


February 9, 2022

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

(Dry Needling for Pelvic Rehabilitation)


February 17, 2022

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

(Biopsychosocial Aspects of patient-clinician partnership)


February 24, 2022

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

(Neuromotor and Sensorimotor Management)


March 1, 2022

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

(Urinary Incontinence)


March 8, 2022

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

(Generalize Lumbopelvic instability postpartum)


March 11, 2022

5:00 pm to 12:00 am

(Final Exam available for 4 weeks from this date)


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