Teaching About Pelvic Pain

Vestibulodynia:  A Pelvic Floor and Orthopedic Approach

How to Treat a Man in Pain: Part 1

Diving into the Pelvic Floor

Course Dates:

Vestibulodynia:  Atlanta, Georgia February 4-5, 2017  (sold out)

How to Treat a Man:  Austin, Texas May 19-20, 2017 with a male model (sold out)

 Vestibulodynia:  Chicago, Illinois October 28-29, 2017 

Vestibulodynia:  Dallas, Texas November 4-5, 2017 at Baylor Hospital

Diving into the Pelvic Floor:  Houston, Texas November 18-19, 2017

16 contact hours

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Course schedules and more information at www.alcoveeducation.com

9 thoughts on “Teaching About Pelvic Pain”

    1. Hi Sharon,

      You certainly can. Thank you for asking. I will look at your website, I have not heard of Marvel Cushions yet.


    1. Hi Erica,

      I’m not sure I understand your question.

      My blog isn’t on any other website because it is not affiliated with Herman and Wallace or the APTA.

      Additionally, if you are asking me if the APTA, getting a WCS or if Herman and Wallace courses are better, I think it just depends on what you are looking for. I teach my own courses through Alcove Education. http://www.alcoveeducation.com


  1. Hi Sara

    I am a physio in SA working msk and PF rehabilitation. Which books would you put on top of your Must read for pelvic pain and dysfunction?

    Great blog


  2. I am treating a 60 year old woman with posterior femoral cutaneous neuropathy. Do you have any specific manual therapy recommendations. I have been treating pelvic pain for 30 years but not having the results I would like to see with her. Thanks for any ideas.

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