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    New APTA Resource on Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Available Online

    New FAQs developed by APTA, in cooperation with the Section on Women’s Health, explain the physical therapist's role in managing patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, describe various treatment methods, and outline the procedure codes used when reporting these services. The document also provides examples of the elements that should be included in visits and encounters for pelvic floor dysfunction. 


    FYI, After one of my workshops on the sacroiliac joint, one of the participants who taught incontinence training in Hong Kong, told me that after full correction of SIJ dysfunction, many of her patients no longer needed the training. More information on my website at www.thelowback.com, How it works, why it hurts and how to fix it.
    Posted by Richard L. DonTigny, PT on 10/21/2011 2:19 PM
    Is fecal incontinence, SUI,and UI getting denied as medical dx for others?
    Posted by jennifer knight on 10/21/2011 2:39 PM
    I am searching for a therapist in my area that is qualified in both internal and external therapy for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. I am located in Wilmington, Delaware. Near Christiana Hospital. Can you recommend any qualified therapists'?
    Posted by Patty Weyl on 1/3/2014 8:23 AM
    I am searching for a pelvic floor therapist in Minnesota that is specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction in men utilizing internal and external trigger point therapy. Can you recommend and qualified therapists?
    Posted by Susan Burggraf on 11/6/2014 3:01 PM
    Hi. I would like to get certified in pelvic floor rehab. But, I'm not finding good resources like a certified PT to work under. Do you have any ideas? Im a PTA.
    Posted by Brandi Frazier on 2/23/2015 6:02 PM
    Brandi, where are you located?
    Posted by Bonnie Cardenas on 3/14/2015 1:44 AM
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