Southwest District Continuing Education Presentation & District Meeting
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Join the members of the Southwest District for their first meeting of the year and presentation entitled "What we all need to know about pelvic health". Presented by Elizabeth Templeton, DPT, GCS, CEEAA, PF2, PCES

1/28/2020
When: Tuesday 01/28/2020
From 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd. S.
Room Sugden 111
Ft. Myers, Florida  33965
United States
Contact: Jacqueline van Duijn


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Meeting Information

The Southwest District will host its first quarter district business meeting and a presentation on "What we all need to know about pelvic health" Presented by Elizabeth Templeton, DPT, GCS, CEEAA, PF2, PCES

Provides one (1) live hour of continuing education towards Florida license renewal.


Pricing & Registration

Online Registration

Regular/Onsite Registration

PT/PTA Members: No Charge*
PT/PTA Non-members: $15
Students (Members & Non-members): No Charge*

PT/PTA Members: $10
PT/PTA Non-members: $20
Students (Members & Non-members): No Charge

*FPTA members and students: although there is no charge, the meeting coordinators ask that you register for planning purposes.

PLEASE NOTE: For those members registering online: you will receive a confirmation email from FPTA once you have registered. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact FPTA at info@fpta.org or 850.222.1243 to assist with registration to ensure you are on the pre-registered list.


Meeting Schedule

6:30-7:00
7:00-8:00
8:00-8:30

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Presentation - What we all need to know about pelvic health
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Location

Florida Gulf Coast University - Room: Sugden 111
10501 FGCU Blvd S
Fort Myers, FL 33965

**Park in Garage 1**

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About the Presentation

Course Objectives:

  1. Explain the functional anatomy of the pelvic floor and its role in bladder and bowel control, respiration,
    balance and lumbopelvic stability.
  2. To provide participants with current evidence to enhance clinical reasoning in the management of
    common pelvic floor dysfunction
  3. To be able to perform basic interventions to address common bladder and bowel dysfunctions.
  4. To be able to describe the role of a pelvic floor physical therapist to a patient and the process of
    referring to a specialist.

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