SYNOPSIS

  • The Pelvic Floor is a group of muscles & ligaments that support the bladder, uterus & bowel.In the Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Model(Module 6) we address the various dysfunctions that can result in pain, constipation, urinary incontinence & dificulty with intercourse. People suffering from one of dysfunction in both sexes(males & females) are more likely to develop other forms of pelvic Floor dysfunction.This is why it is important to identify issues and address symptoms early & take action to prevent future complications.
  • Pelvic Floor dysfunction is the inability to correctly contract(tighten) and relax the muscles, which may lead to the development of chronic adhesions in and around the pelvic Floor musculature.
  • The chronic adhesions may lead to strain of the pelvic muscles or referred pain and irritation in and around the pelvic Floor, which can be successfully engaged by Functional Integrated Dry Needling process.
  • In Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Model(Module 6) we address the interrelationship between the pelvic Floor muscles and dysfunctions caused by the development of the adhesions by providing a structured program for reconditioning of the muscles.
  • The Functional Integrated Dry Needling process helps to release these chronic adhesive bands, which may be fascial or muscular in order to decrease pain and increase the contraction and coordination with increase in range of movement.
  • The pelvic Floor rehabilitation program provides comprehensive management for patients with dysfunction & pain with retraining pelvic Floor muscle coordination.

COURSE DETAILS

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Model (Module-6) is a two day course and has a total credit or CEU’s of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of practical lab session.

PRE STUDY MATERIAL

(1) Understanding anatomy & biomechanics of Pelvis & Hip.
(2) Anatomy of muscles & areas of palpation.
(3) Clinical Interrelationship & pathophysiology of Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions

COURSE DETAILS & ITINERARY

DAY 1

9:00 am to 10:30 am

(A) Introduction of dry needling in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.
(B) APTA, ASAP guidelines for safe dry needling.
(C) Contraindications & Indications of dry needling.
(D) Adverse affects, Precautions & Limitations of dry needling.
(E) Needle safety & infection control, OSHA standard.
(F) Understanding areas of caution in Hip & Pelvis region.
(G) Importance of draping.


10:00 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands, tendons
& its functional areas of the Hip & Pelvis will be explained in detail with the practical Lab
sessions:
(A) Anterior Hip Functional Areas:
(1) Pectineus
(2) IlioPsoas
(3) Articularis Genu.

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

(A) Medial Hip Functional Areas:
(1) Gracilis
(2) Obturator Externus
(3) Adductor Brevis
(4) Adductor Longus
(5) Adductor Magnus

3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

(B) Posterior Hip Functional Areas:
(1) Quadratus Femoris
(2) Obturator Internus
(3) Gemellus (Superior & Inferior)
(4) Iliocostalis Lumborum
(5) Quadratus Lumborum
(6) Sacral Multifidus.

DAY 2

9:00 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands, tendons & its
functional areas of the Hip& Pelviswill be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
(A) Urogenital Functional Areas:
(1) Ischiocavernosus
(2) Bulbospongiosus
(3) Transverse Perini.

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

(B) Understanding Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
(1) Irritable bowel syndrome
(2) Endometriosis & Bladder pain

2:00 pm To 4:30 pm

(C) Pelvic Diaphragm Functional Areas:
(1) Coccygeus
(2) Iliococcygeus
(3) Pubococcygeus.

4:30 pm To 5:00 pm

Exam Theory & Practical

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