Sex & Pain Postpartum for Physiotherapists
Sexual health is so much more than just how our bodies work, how we feel, or the state of our relationships. Pain with sex can have a domino effect across a person’s quality of life, especially during the unique stresses of the postpartum period.
Follow along with Tynan Rhea, an energetic and passionate sexual health counsellor, as they walk you through conducting a subjective assessment/intake form, barriers and facilitators to pleasurable sex, and specific postpartum concerns. Tynan also addresses when it may be necessary to refer patients out to other healthcare providers and who these professionals may be.
In this Online Physiotherapy Course, You’ll Learn:
- How to apply Tynan's sexual self-model in practical ways
- How to incorporate basic sex education into your practice
- How to screen for compounding sexual health factors
- How to make educated referrals and provide up-to-date resources
Are you interested in reading a blog about this topic? Click here to learn about the factors affecting postpartum sex and what can be done to improve and keep it pain-free.
This online course is intended for all rehabilitation professionals, including physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants, occupational therapists, occupational therapy assistants, chiropractors, athletic therapists, exercise therapists, kinesiologists among others. This course is also relevant for movement specialists, yoga teachers, yoga therapists, and those interested in learning more about pelvic floor health and wellness.
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This course imparted by Pelvic Health Solutions (PHS) contains the recorded lectures from the 6th annual Pelvic Health Symposium in 2019. This course will challenge your theoretical and practical knowledge of pelvic health. Listen to their knowledge, and deepen your understanding of pelvic health and all of the factors that will make you a top-notch, excellent practitioner. You don’t have to be a practicing internal pelvic health therapist in order to benefit from this course - If your patient has a pelvis, you will benefit from this online course!
Sexual Health Professional