PTs Can Help Get This Out in the Open

Did you know more than one third of women in the United States suffer from a pelvic floor disorder, which can include urinary incontinence, painful sex, bowel symptoms and pelvic pain? But unfortunately a great number accept their symptoms as a normal consequence of childbirth or aging. Worse yet, some care providers even them shrug off as such. And… Continue reading PTs Can Help Get This Out in the Open

The APTA Section on Women’s Health Got It Right

At CSM this year, the APTA Section on Women’s Health awarded its highest honor, The Elizabeth Noble Award, to NAIOMT faculty member Susan Clinton, PT, DScPT, COMT, OCS, WCS. We want to congratulate Susan on this well-deserved award, and thank her for all she has done for pelvic and women’s health. We are so very proud to have her as part… Continue reading The APTA Section on Women’s Health Got It Right

PT Profile: Lori Forner

Our PT Profile Series exists because we think it’s important to hear the varying perspectives of professionals across the physical therapy field. Whether it’s a new PT school grad just embarking on their career, a master clinician with decades of experience, or a physio working within an entirely different system  across the globe, there’s value in every unique voice… Continue reading PT Profile: Lori Forner

Pelvic Health Talk

Let’s be honest, in this country, the pelvis isn’t every PT’s favorite region of the body to address, nor is it the public’s favorite area to discuss openly. But it’s sure one that needs more attention. That’s one of the reasons we’ve recently introduced a new manual therapy course introducing the skills PTs need to treat pregnant women, in particular.… Continue reading Pelvic Health Talk