Tiffany Lee MA, OTR, BCB-PMD, PRPC, and Jane Kaufman PT, M.Ed, BCB-PMD have more than 55 years of combined experience treating pelvic floor dysfunction using biofeedback equipment, and now they are sharing their experience with the world. Biofeedback for Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction is your chance to learn how you can implement real-time surface electromyographic (sEMG) signal analysis with your pelvic floor patients.

“Many associations (like the American Urological AssociationInternational Continence Society, Rome suggestions, GI groups, etc.) say that conservative therapies including biofeedback are first-line treatments prior to medications and surgery” notes Tiffany.

“Why would anyone deny a patient the chance to see the overactive pelvic floor? It is taking a mirror away from someone you want to teach!”

In a post on The Pelvic Rehab Report last year, instructor Jane Kaufman detailed how, for some patients, seeing is believing. “Biofeedback provides a non-invasive opportunity for patients to see muscle function visualized on a computer screen in a way that allows for immediate feedback… Many patients gain knowledge and awareness of the pelvic floor muscle through tactile feedback, but the visual representation is what helps patients really hone in on body awareness and connect all the dots.”

Tiffany and Jane have been teaching biofeedback techniques to PTs, OTs, NPs, RNs, and MDs for more than a decade, and their course with Herman & Wallace is taking place this June 29-30, 2019 in Columbia, SC. This course satisfies the didactic requirement for the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance’s (BCIA) pelvic muscle certification and can be counted toward BCB-PMD re-certification. Contact Herman and Wallace for information about group discounts and other course details!

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