Pelvic Floor Patient Educational Slides-Louise E. Mark’s
Understanding, Perhaps the most difficult part of any clinician’s job is conveying information to the patient that they can understand. Perhaps pelvic floor therapists experience a higher degree of frustration due to the nature of of the area and the patient’s general disassociation with the workings of the pelvic floor. This is why Louise Marks, a long time educator of clinicians specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation and BCIA approved biofeedback instructor, developed a series of Patient Educational Slides.
A series of sixteen, laminated, easy to understand, Patient Educational Slides designed to help the Clinician educate the patient on the anatomy, physiology and clinical treatment plan. These Patient Educational Slides are not scientific drawings which make them non threatening to a patient who is already experiencing anxiety in anticipation of the clinical work being performed.
These slides cover:
- Female Pelvis
- Male Pelvis
- Photo of multi-modality biofeedback instrument
- Female Pelvic Diaphragm
- Inhibition of Defecation#3
- Defecation #4
- Male Superficial Perineal Muscles and Urogenital Diaphragm
- Female Superficial Perineal Muscles and Urogenital Diaphragm
- Bladder Anatomy
- Puborectalis and Sphincters at Rest #1
- Defecation Reflex #2
- Proper sEMG tracings
These slides are a must for the PMR Clinician looking for an easy way to explain and include the patient in their treatment program. The slides comes in a clear poly pouch for easy storage and safe keeping.
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