We are the
Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation Center
We understand. We can help.
Are you a Physical Therapist
interested in Pelvic Health?
Consider learning more about career opportunities at the Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center.
1-on-1 Clinical and Professional Mentorship
With PHRC Co-Founders
One – on – One Professional Mentoring | Clinical and business mentoring services are now available with PHRC Cofounders Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Akincilar. These sessions are available to any professional interested in meeting with us pelvic health or business development and management.
The individual sessions can be used however the person prefers, including topics such as:
- Clinical case discussions/review
- Clinical topic discussions such as management of pelvic neuralgias, vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, endometriosis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome/chronic prostatitis, post-surgical rehabilitation, menopause, pelvic organ prolapse and prepartum and postpartum pelvic floor physical therapy
- Business systems development and management
- Marketing and Advertising
- Social Media
- Public Speaking and Course Development
We understand the challenges that professionals face trying to learn all there is to know about pelvic health and running a pelvic health business. We also know that there are many groups and services available to help, but sometimes people need a more individualized approach with specialized attention given to your particular questions and needs. We have been in business 20 years and chances are, whatever it is that you are struggling with, we have been there and we want to help. Check out our recent blog post for more information about why we are qualified to help you get to the next level and to enter to win a free session!
PHRC is Offering Online Mentoring and Pelvic Floor Continuing Education!
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At its heart, Pelvic Pain Explained is the story of how patients develop pelvic pain, the challenges patients and providers face throughout the diagnosis and treatment process, the difficult task of sifting through the different available treatment options, and the impact that an “invisible” condition has on a patient’s life and relationships, and much more.