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Your pregnant and postpartum patients are experiencing core and pelvic floor dysfunction that chiropractic care can and should improve. Combining experience as a chiropractor, doula, and soon-to-be midwife, Dr. Erica Boland will provide you with insight as to why your patients need you, their chiropractor, addressing this topic.
Module 1 Outline
- Review of anatomy and physiology of the core
- Muscles involved
- Rectus and Transversus Abdominus
- Pelvic Floor Musculature
- Internal and External Obliques
- Erector Spinae
Module 2 Outline
- Defining Core and Pelvic Core Dysfunction
- Anatomical Review of the Pelvic Floor Musculature
- Five Functions of the Pelvic Floor
Module 3 Outline
- Types of Incontinence
- Types of Prolapse
- What affects the pelvic floor?
Module 4 Outline
- Most common pelvic floor dysfunction
- What about Kegel exercises?
- What to do about Incontinence
- What does this have to do with chiropractic care?
- Evidence-based practice
Erica Boland, D.C.
- Each module contains a video presentation and a short quiz. You must view the entire video prior to taking the quiz.
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