October 18th @ DMACC Urban Campus Bldg 7 (Hybrid)
5:00PM - 5:30PM Meet and Greet/ Sign-In
5:30PM - 7:00PM Presentation/ Q&A
7:00PM Closing and Certificates
PREREGISTRATION REQUESTED/REQUIRED FOR ZOOM LINK: https://bit.ly/CentralBranch101823
Upon completion of this class, the participant will be able to identify clients that could benefit from interdisciplinary care with a physical therapist, be able to refer appropriately, and be able to implement at least 2 nervous system down-regulation activities.
*Identify the populations and conditions that can benefit from pelvic health physical therapy
*Identify proper physical therapy care for your client/patient and when to refer to another provider
*Be able to explain to your client/patient what pelvic floor physical therapy is and what to expect
*Be able to identify symptoms of an upregulated nervous system
*Be able to implement at least 2 strategies for downregulating the nervous system
*Be able to properly teach/perform diaphragmatic and 360 degree breathing
Sarah Abbott, PT, DPT
Dr. Sarah Abbott, PT, DPT is the owner and physical therapist at Cultivate Physical Therapy in Ankeny, IA. In regards to her education, Dr. Sarah attended Iowa State University for undergraduate work, where she received a B.S. in Kinesiology and Health. From there she attended Des Moines University where she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree. Dr. Sarah specializes in treating pelvic floor dysfunction for all ages and genders. Dr. Sarah has taken continuing education through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in regards to pelvic health, as well as through Dr. Yeni Abraham to further specialize in helping those with fertility concerns and pelvic pain.
Sharaine Webster LISW IADC