Women’s Health, Physical Therapy, and Treatment For Urinary Incontinence
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- List four problems/diagnoses treated by a physical therapist in the specialty of women's health or pelvic floor rehab.
- Develop effective postural and body mechanics treatment strategies for patients with urinary incontinence that will improve their symptoms.
- Recommend appropriate referrals to women's health physical therapists.
- Recite three screening questions.
Tarra Richard, MPT, PT
Physical Therapist, UnityPoint Health
Relevant to the content of this CME activity, Ms. Richard's indicated she has no financial relationships to disclose.
- Section on Women’s Health APTA
- National Association for Continence 1-800-Bladder
- I Laughed So Hard I Peed My Pants! by Kelli Berzuk
- Staying Dry, by Burgio, Pearce, Lucco
- Treating Urinary Incontinence
- Diane Lee: The Integrated Systems Model
- Bo and Hilde 2013
- Dumoulin and Hay Smith 2010
- Fritel et al 2010
- Kathy Wallace 2016 Pelvic Resources.com
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- 1.25 AOA Category 2B
- 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- 1.25 IBON
- 1.25 CE Contact Hour(s)