By Fiona McMahon, DPT
Last weekend, a small group of physical therapists from Beyond Basics Physical Therapy travelled north to Boston to review the latest and greatest in colorectal and male pelvic health.
Corey Silbert, Victoria LaManna, Stephanie Stamas, and Fiona McMahon, physical therapists and experts in pelvic floor dysfunction, traveled to Norwood, Massachusetts, just outside of Boston, to Herman and Wallace’s Pelvic Floor 2B Course. The course highlighted techniques such as the evaluation and treatment of fecal incontinence, treatment of coccyx (tail bone) dysfunction, treatment of constipation, male pelvic pain, pudendal nerve syndromes, and how physical therapy can help treat conditions like ulcerative colitis, crohns, irritable bowel syndrome, prostatitis, post prostatectomy incontinence, and many other conditions
The physical therapists at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy pride themselves on striving to bring the most current and up to date clinical techniques into their clinical practice. We have extensive experience in the treatment of disorders of the pelvic floor.
We encourage you to schedule an appointment if you feel you could benefit from our services.
Check out some of the pictures from our trip!
Above: Corey Silbert and Holly Herman (co-founder of the Herman & Wallace Institute)
Below (left to right): Corey Silbert, Stephanie Stamas, Victoria LaManna, and Fiona McMahon