Practice Location: 1634 Avenue of the Cities
Moline, Illinois 61265-4860
Phone : 563-940-2481
Fax     : 866-761-7464

Free Resources

Practice Guidelines in Pelvic PT


Helpful Links for Professionals and Patients

Professional organizations

International Continence Society
http://www.ics.org/

International Urogynecological Association
http://www.iuga.org/

Australian Continence Exchange – a professional organization for all types of providers.  Many free resources, educational offerings and practice guidelines.
http://www.continencexchange.org.au/

International pelvic pain society
http://pelvicpain.org/

Cochrane Incontinence Review Group – many high level reviews are done by this group on conservative treatment.  This web site does link to summary statements and can aid in searching if you already have a Cochrane account.
http://incontinence.cochrane.org/more-about-us-0

Patient and professional organizations
The Simon Foundation for Continence – supporting patients and innovation in the treatment of incontinence
http://www.simonfoundation.org/

National Association for Continence – patient and professional resources
http://www.nafc.org/

Continence product advisor – independent, research based advice for patients and professional on products related to continence. A collaboration of ICI and ICS
http://www.continenceproductadvisor.org/

Home Delivery Supply Company – very helpful, in person advice on products. Sometimes sends samples. Delivered in bulk to patients home.
http://www.hdis.com/

Kimberly-Clark professional support program – free samples and assistance ordering products for patients.
https://www.dependprofessional.com.au/home.aspx

Best web sites for patient information on Bladder Pain Syndrome and Interstitial Cystitis according to published systematic review 2013

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Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercise Audio Files*
Many patients found it helpful to have a prompt to tell them when to start and stop the exercises. It is difficult for some to count seconds of holding and resting and keep track of the number of exercises they have done. These audio files take care of that. Individual files are available for free to patients and therapists. They can be played right from the computer, downloaded to an MP3 player (like an iPod), or burned to a CD. Combination files can be purchased for download or the entire library can be purchased on CD. 

The following files are in ZIP format. Please click on the link and save it to your computer. This process might take a few minutes, then you can click on the file and it will play on your Media Player.

These files were created in collaboration with Eric Scott Bloom 


Clinic Notes
There are many formal note templates available; some for free and some to purchase. Here is an example of a few. All are provided in Word 2002 so you can personalize to your clinic needs. Please leave copy write at the bottom.  


 

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