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5th Annual Neurology Symposium 

 

“Health and Wellness in the Neurologic Population”

with an emphasis on pelvic floor dysfunction and sexuality


The recording of the Symposium is now available.  Links to register are at the bottom of this page.


3.5 OT and PT CEU’s available

The course is approved by APTA Georgia and GOTA for CCH Credit

 

 

Course Schedule:

8:15-8:35:  Welcome and Introduction to the Platform

8:35-9:35:  "Introduction to the Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Pelvic Floor" by Lance Frank, PT, DPT, MPH

9:35-9:40:  Break and Transition

9:40-10:40:  "Pelvic Health Considerations for the Neurologic Population" by Laura Glazebrook, PT, DPT

10:40-10:45:  Break and Transition

10:45-11:45:  "Empowering Women After SCI: Across the Lifespan" by Shannon Schnieder, MS, OTR/L

11:45-12:00:  Breakout Rooms for small group discussion

 

Speakers:

Lance Frank PT, DPT, MPH  - Introduction to the Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Pelvic Floor
Objective: To identify muscles and function of the pelvic floor as it pertains to continence, sexual function, and pelvic support


Laura Glazebrook, PT, DPT - Pelvic Health Considerations for the Neurologic Population

Objective:  To identify common pelvic health concerns, basic treatment, and education in patients with neurologic impairment


Shannon Schneider, MS, OTR/L -
Empowering Women After SCI: Across the Lifespan
Objective: To identify areas of women’s health, wellness, and advocacy after SCI

 

Cost:

$40 APTA Georgia members / $60 non-members and Guests

 

Registration for the recorded event will be open until 12/31/20.  The course needs to be completed within 30 days of viewing the recording to receive credit.  Links to the recording, post-test and course evaluation will be sent upon registration.

 

**Website login is required before you can register for the Symposium**

 

 




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