Instructor Susan C Clinton MHS, PT, OCS, WCS and Susan George PT, MS, DPT, OCS, WCS
multidisciplinary approach to Bowel Dysfunction or Disorders allows for the
management of multiple factors simultaneously including pharmacologic
management, psychosocial issues, medical-surgical decisions, physical therapy
rehabilitative intervention and urogynecologic components of patient’s symptom
cluster. A linear approach can often
lead to unsatisfactory management of this complex patient type because success
in one discipline may require the intervention of others to be effective. Availability of multiple services
simultaneously allows for a comprehensive intervention strategy tailored to
each patient’s needs at any given period of time throughout the rehabilitative
This is a
multilevel class, proof of basic pelvic floor course with internal examination
is required. WCS certification or letter
of recommendation of supervisor, mentor, or colleague is permitted.
completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
the definitions of Bowel Dysfunction or Disorders
each discipline’s roll in assessment of the patient with Bowel Dysfunction or
Disorders including specialized testing.
each discipline’s roll in treatment of the patient with Bowel Dysfunction or
Disorders, especially the psychosocial component as well as the expanded roll
of physical therapy management.
will have an opportunity to apply all of the examination and intervention
techniques explored in this course upon return to their clinic.
For more information on this course or to register please call
800-442-2325 or go to www.theprogrp.com
Space is limited.
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Program Content Area: Other
Course Type: Traditional
Instructional Level: Various
Intended Audience: PT
CE Contact Hours: 22
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