GPHAM EXPERT WEBINAR SERIES

Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction, Pelvic Pain, and Treatment Solution:
A GYN Perspective

Discussion with Tracy Sher and
Dr. Michael Hibner

PT/PTA CEUs:

  • 1.5 hours

Access:

  • Immediate Access
  • This webinar is FREE to GPHAM members (see below)

Audience: 

  • Medical Providers
  • No pre-requisites
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What can I expect?

This webinar will focus on pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and the treatment from a GYN perspective. We will dive into Botox injections for the pelvic floor, muscle assessments, and various treatments. 

We discussed all the nuances and important considerations when a patient has pelvic floor muscle dysfunction - all genders. 

     

What people are saying:

This was such a great team of two pudendal experts! Really glad I was able to catch this content! 
Wow! I can already think of 2 patients that I'm currently working with that I'll have new ideas for on their pelvic pain issues. Thanks a ton for this information! 
Loved this webinar! I've always learned so much from seeing any of Dr. Hibner's presentations! Thanks for bringing such great expert in for us to ask our questions!

What You Will Learn:

  • When Botox injections can be an option
  • Cost and reimbursement issues
  • Options for vaginal or rectal suppositories (types of combinations) for pelvic floor issues
  • Pudendal blocks used during botox injections, vs as diagnostic blocks
  • So much more
Learn ways to problem solve a variety of sexual health issues.
Feel comfortable navigating psychosocial nuances while learning practical skills to do so. 

Do you want to watch THIS webinar and ALL of our other webinars for one yearly price? 

The Global Pelvic Health Alliance Membership offering features designed to help you grow your clinical skills and build your business. 
  • Webinars: an amazing set of webinars (like this one) that are all included in the membership with the ability to be present at the live recording and ask questions to the presenters.
  • Illustrations: We have an illustration that creates anatomy illustrations for us. We are constantly looking for ways of presenting the anatomy in ways that are more accurate and descriptive.
  • Handouts: Using the illustrations and an amazing team of colleagues to help review, we create a collection of handouts for you to use with your patients/clients!
  • Premiere Directory Listing: While anyone can have a free directory listing, GPHAM members get to have a profile picture, live links, and photo galleries to stand out. 
  • Global Pelvic Health Support Community: In addition to resources, you can also ask to join the private FB page with hundreds of multidisciplinary professionals from around the world to help you out!

Tracy Sher, PT, MPT, CSCS - Your Host

Tracy Sher is a pelvic physical therapist and is the founder of Pelvic Guru, Pelvic Guru Academy, and the Global Pelvic Health Alliance Membership. She is also an instructor for Pelvic Guru Academy, teaching Pudendal Neuralgia and Complex Pelvic Pain Solutions. 

Dr. Michael Hibner, MD

Dr. Michael Hibner, MD is a world renowned gynecologist and surgeon, specializing in pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction for both women and men. 
He has dedicated his career to helping people with complex pelvic pain issues- Pudendal decompression surgery, extensive mesh removal surgeries, Botox injections at the pelvic floor muscles, and many other types of specialized surgeries and procedures.  

In May of 2020 Dr. Hibner left St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix and opened a new Arizona Center for Chronic Pelvic Pain (ACCPP) in Scottsdale, taking with him his exceptional knowledge of pelvic pain and surgical skills. 

Dr. Hibner is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Creighton University School of Medicine, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at University of Arizona College of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science and Adjunct Professor of Arizona State University at the College of Health Innovation.

FAQs

What is the Cancelation & Refund Policy?
Individual GPHAM webinars are non-refundable. 
For other courses, the option for a full refund is available within 48 hours of purchase, however it is non-refundable upon either of these conditions:
  • You have viewed more than 50% of the course material
  • You have already claimed your CE certificate
If you need additional assistance with a refund or course concern, please email courses@pelvicguru.com.
Will there be any part of this live course where I could be recorded?
Live participation parts of courses may be recorded live and screenshots maybe be taken by the instructor or the host. If your camera is on, your microphone is on, or you type comments in the comment section, your participation will be part of that recording. If you do not wish to be part of this recording, you will be responsible for keeping your video and audio recording OFF during any live recorded sessions. 
How can I use the handouts, videos, and course supplemental material?
You will be provided with online content and recordings of the course as well as slides and material related to the course. This material is for your personal use only.  Please do not use clips of video, screen captures, screenshots, or copying in any way, that you might be presenting it as your own (whether or not it is for financial gain). Sharing a screenshot to social media that is credited to the instructor and/or Pelvic Guru, LLC is acceptable. If you would like to use any of this content for an independent project, you need to discuss this directly with Pelvic Guru and the instructor of the course. 
Will I have to exercise or have a space to move for this course? 
Some of the Pelvic Guru Academy courses have sections in them in which you will have the option of doing movement at various levels. Understand that all physical therapy, rehabilitative, and strength training instruction and use of all facilities and equipment shall be done at you own risk, and please be physically and medically able to undertake any and all physical therapy, rehabilitative, and strength training instruction provided in the course.