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All About Dilators, from a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist

This presentation will describe management and treatment approaches through pelvic health physical therapy for those with pelvic and sexual pain, its impact on sexual health, and how these conditions may benefit from progressive dilator therapy.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
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    • Introductory Level
    • No Prerequisites Needed
      • ASSECT & APA Approved 
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        What You’ll Learn in this Course

        Describe the purpose and approach to progressive dilator therapy.
        Describe the potential effects of dilator therapy on the pelvic floor and nervous system.
        AASECT Certification

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        —   About the Instructor

        April Patterson, PT, MSPT

        Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist

        April Patterson, PT, MSPT is honored to collaborate with Soul Source as their pelvic health physical therapy consultant. She is the owner of Whole Body Physical Therapy in Studio City, CA, a private practice specializing in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy for all sexes and gender identities. 
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        Jane Silverstein 

        President of Soul Source

        Jane Silverstein is the president of Soul Source.
        She received the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) 2021 Pelvic Health Friend of the Academy Award during the organization’s Annual Section Meeting in San Antonio, TX early February 2022.
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