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Guide Your Patients for Better Results

  • Understand the most common medical procedures for pelvic pain (trigger point injections, Botox, pudendal nerve injections, etc.)

  • Pros and Cons of each procedure

  • Learn indications, contraindications and best practices

  • Know when (and what!) to recommend to your complex patients

  • Guide your patients into better decisions

The Details

👉 Hour-long online masterclass

👉 Unlimited lifetime access

👉 Comprehensive recorded Q&A

👉 Medical Procedures for Pelvic Health Cheat Sheet

This course was a steal considering how much knowledge and take away treatments I learned. Nicole is a top-notch clinician and instructor and this course will leave you feeling confident and excited!" - Hayley D. (Downtraining)

Medical Procedures for Pelvic Pain Masterclass

This targeted masterclass is for anyone who treats patients with pelvic pain.

If we believe pelvic rehab should be the 'primary care' for pelvic pain, we need to know all the options available for our patients!  The tools you need to guide your patients to better results.

Understanding Medical Procedures

  • What are the unique benefits of each type of medical procedure?

  • What are the pros and cons?

  • How do we discuss these options with patients?

  • How do we coordinate with physicians?

  • How do we truly serve as the 'primary care' for our patient?

Types of Procedures

  • Trigger point injections

  • Botox

  • Pudendal Nerve Block

  • Caudal Block

  • Ganglion of Impar Block

  • Radiofrequency Ablation

  • Hypogastric Block

  • Prolotherapy



Helping more than 1,300 pelvic providers gain clinical confidence and skill to provide better outcomes!

Nicole Cozean

  • Founder of PelvicSanity Physical Therapy and Pelvic PT Rising

  • Author of "The IC Solution"

  • Run the Pelvic PT Rising Podcast

  • Creator of the Pelvic PT Huddle 

  • Co-Founder of PelviCon, the first conference by and for pelvic rehab

  • Named ICN Physical Therapist of the Year and first PT to serve on the ICA Board of Directors

  • Chapman University Alumnae of the Year

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