Dr. Alexis Morgan // #ICEPelvic // www.ptonice.com
In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, #ICEPelvic Division Leader Alexis Morgan discusses how virtual pelvic floor care can prove beneficial for physical therapists in both virtual and in-person settings. Alexis shares that engaging in virtual pelvic floor care has significantly improved her overall abilities as a physical therapist, particularly in asking questions and gathering necessary information. She also notes that virtual care seamlessly integrates into both virtual and in-person worlds. Alexis highly recommends physical therapists to explore virtual pelvic floor care as it can be incredibly helpful. Furthermore, she mentions that a future podcast episode will delve into objective exams for pelvic floor virtual PT, indicating the importance of further exploring virtual care.
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01:27 ALEXIS MORGAN
Good morning, Instagram. Good morning, PT on ICE Daily Show. My name is Dr. Alexis Morgan. I am one of the faculty with the Ice Pelvic Division. Really happy to have you all here joining me this Monday morning. My voice is a little raw from the weekend. We were just in Denver, Colorado, right outside of Denver at Onward Denver in Parker. This whole weekend, April and I spent with an awesome, awesome group of individuals and we were going through all of our material in our live course. We did our internal exams, supine and standing, and dove into all issues of pelvic floor dysfunction. We of course didn't stop there. We progressed through everything that our athletes are doing at the gym. So talking about how pelvic floor dysfunction fits into weightlifting and Valsalva and using a weightlifting belt and jumping and running and doing gymnastics. We had an absolute blast with this last weekend and we hope that you all will join us in the future for not only our live course but also our online course. I want to talk with you all today about virtual pelvic floor PT. We get a lot of questions asked over Instagram and on our Ice Students Facebook page. Sometimes we answer you all directly with some help. A lot of times we like to use your questions to teach everyo