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Prostatitis and Pelvic Pain: Evaluation and Treatment Techniques

Join us for this LIVE class on Wednesday 11/15 at 7pm CST/ 8pm EST (Recording available to all registrants!)

Do you feel confident in your skills to examine your patients with prostatitis, pelvic pain, and more? Join male pelvic health pioneer, Dr. Jake Bartholomy, PT, DPT for this engaging and practice-changing class to help you better evaluate and treat your patients!
This class will help participants: 

  1. Identify “male” outcomes measures (CPSI, SHIM, ICIQ, PFDI)

  2. Recognize various definitions of prostatitis and persistent pelvic pain

  3. Become familiar with many of the possible presentations for these diagnoses

  4. Learn how to utilize draping techniques for patients with external genitalia

  5. Utilize key manual therapy techniques for patients with these diagnoses

About Dr. Jake Bartholomy:

Dr. Bartholomy grew up in Alaska and earned a track scholarship to Penn State University.  While very careful of preventing injury he did spend some time in the athletic training room and discovered his passion of rehabilitation for athletes.  He then attended Slippery Rock University for physical therapy school.  

Jake continued his athletic endeavours as he progressed to marathons and ironman triathlons while working full-time in out-patient orthopedics.  He ran a 2:36 marathon in Boston and also qualified for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.  

In 2008, his incredible pelvic health coworker nudged him to take the very first Male Pelvic Floor course.  He was nervous, but that course gave him a new passion and changed his career trajectory.  

Besides helping pelvises with penises, Jake has become passionate about broadening the gender representation in pelvic health therapy to give our diverse patient population a greater breadth of options for care. He has taught physical therapy students, male and colorectal continuing education courses, and has spoken at large international conferences such as the APTA Combined Sections Meeting, and Pelvicon. 

Dr. Bartholomy continues to live in Seattle with his husband and two young sons.  He still enjoys running, biking, swimming and tennis.

 [ Please note that this class is intended for health care professionals ]