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As Shared By Herman & Wallace – Musculoskeletal Screening of Pelvic Pain for Physicians and Physical Therapists image

When a patient comes in complaining of abdominal pain, what screening tools do you have at hand? Elizabeth Hampton, PT, WCS, BCB-PMD, PRPC has several suggestions in her post on The Pelvic Rehab Report. “Evaluating a client with pelvic pain requires a skill set that includes direct pelvic floor as well as musculoskeletal test item clusters. The prioritization of which depends upon many factors including clinician discipline, experience, specialty vs. general setting, as well as client history, presentation and goals. In addition to the direct pelvic floor assessment, there are additional key musculoskeletal screening tests that are an essential part of a pelvic pain assessment.” A demonstration of thoracic traction, featuring Elizabeth Hampton and Justin Manipis, PT Aide. Thoracic traction can ...

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The Prometheus Group® Professionals in Pelvic Health Series: Introducing Tara Rudolphi, DPT image

The Prometheus Group® is proud to present our Professionals in Pelvic Health series. Professionals in Pelvic Health showcases providers in physical therapy and other medical specialties who share our passion for pelvic health rehabilitation. This week, we are spotlighting Tara Rudolphi, DPT of Genesis Pediatric Therapy Center. To learn more about Tara’s pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction course, please visit:  To learn more about Tara, please visit

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As Shared By Herman & Wallace – Biofeedback Improves Patient Exercise Outcomes image

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 Association, International 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 ...

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Hospital Geral Roberto Santos Colorectal Sugery Course 4/26/19 image

Colorectal Surgeons Dr. Ramon Mendes, Dr. Johanna Pessoa and Dr. Andre Araujo were speakers at Friday’s course at the Hospital Geral Roberto Santos in Salvador Bahia, Brazil where participants learned about ultrasound using our Morpheus® 360 endorectal and transperineal probes. To learn more, please visit

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See You at CSM 2019 January 23-26, 2019 image

Mark your calendars!  CSM 2019 is next week!  Come see us at booth # 415 January 24-26, 2019. Don’t miss out on our in-booth ultrasound demonstrations for the Pathway® Ultrasound Imaging System for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation with Ramona C. Horton, MPT! To learn more, please visit Do download a copy of the CSM flyer, please click The Prometheus Group® Booth # 415 CSM 2019 Flyer

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Professionals in Pelvic Health – Introducing Ramona C. Horton PT, MPT image

To learn more about Ramona C. Horton PT, MPT and the courses she teaches with Herman and Wallace, please visit To learn more about the Pathway® Ultrasound Imaging System for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation please visit

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Professionals in Pelvic Health – Introducing Dawn Sandalcidi PT, RCMT, BCB-PMD image

To learn more about the Pathway® Ultrasound Imaging System for Lumbopelvic Rehabilitation please visit To learn more about the Pathway® NMR 200 for Pediatric Pelvic Muscle Rehabilitation and Voiding Dysfunction visit

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A Herman & Wallace Case Study on Ultrasound Imaging image

Ultrasound Imaging for Improved Home Exercise Outcomes: A Case Study  In a recent case study posted on The PelvicRehab Report, faculty member Allison Ariail details the story of a 34-year old, nulliparous low back pain patient who needed a bit of extra help with her home exercise program. Her therapist is an experienced clinician who is skilled with using verbal clues, positioning, and other methods to teach the patient how to activate her local core muscles, but somehow the results weren’t showing. “The therapist had fully evaluated the patient and did not find any articular issues within her spine or pelvis. What she did find was weakness in her local stabilizing muscles and tightness in her global stabilizing muscles… the therapist ...

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