Pelvic Health Online Bundle

Course Description

You will receive access to three online courses, equalling 2.35 Contact Hours.

Dry Needling for Pelvic Pain: A Case Study​ – 1.33 Contact Hours – This lecture is a short intro to the science behind the formation and cause of myofascial trigger points, how dry needling can be a handy tool to use in resolving the normal function of the muscle, and its use for treatment of a typical pelvic patient. I will take you through a real case study and will illustrate a typical course of treatment, integrated with an entire treatment plan, with the use of dry needling treatment for the pelvic and pelvic floor muscles.

Rapid ID of Hip Pain Generators – 0.42 Contact Hours – This online course is packed with information related to patient history and clinical presentation that guides the examiner to a precise clinical working diagnosis of the 3 most seen musculoskeletal disorders in the hip region: labrum lesions, greater trochanteric pain syndrome, and osteoarthritis. Each pathology is linked with suggested management strategies that match precise treatment to the specific problem.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Identifying, Screening, and Referring – 0.6 Contact Hours – During this lecture, you’ll learn what to ask your patients during an evaluation to determine if they might be experiencing a pelvic floor issue. You’ll also be able to provide basic education to the patient and help them seek a pelvic floor physical therapist.

Objectives and Goals

Dry Needling for Pelvic Pain: A Case Study​

To introduce you to the science of myofascial pain and the formation of trigger points
To integrate that knowledge into the possible application of dry needling for their treatment
To apply it to a case study for treatment of the pelvic pain patient

Rapid ID of Hip Pain Generators

  • Identify pain patterns specific to the three most common musculoskeletal problems in the hip region
  • Clinically differentiate the most common musculoskeletal pain generators in the hip
  • Confidently perform and/or recommend management strategies for these hip musculoskeletal conditions.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Identifying, Screening, and Referring

  • know what Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) consists of
  • be able to ask questions appropriately during an initial evaluation to screen for PFD
  • know which questions to ask patients to help identify possible PFD
  • know how to make an appropriate referral for a pelvic health specialist5. Clinicians will know how to provide basic patient education on PFDs to help patients understand when to seek a specialist.

Pre-approved in the following states

Contact to verify approval in your state. Please contact us if you hold a Florida license.

For Pre-Approvals see the PDF - Continuing Education Accreditations & Approvals Requested and/or Received by Organization: PDF File

  • Financial: The instructor(s) receive an honorarium for presenting this course.
  • Non-financial: The instructor(s) have no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
  • Partial credit is not available. For online courses, passing module assessments and completing the course evaluation is required to earn continuing education credit. For live courses, attendance is confirmed by signing the attendance sheet at the course; ensure name and professional license number are accurate, and initial both morning and afternoon attendance.


Valerie Phelps

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Jacqueline Doidge

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