http://youtu.be/M8rLrdxV4lE?t=25s[Note to readers: Listening with earphones will provide clearer audio.]
When asked to deliver a lecture at the First World Congress on Abdominal and Pelvic Pain in Amsterdam this month, I immediately knew what topic I wished to focus on: myofascial trigger points and connective tissue restrictions.
Both play a major role in many abdomino-pelvic pain syndromes, yet are often overlooked by providers, both physicians and physical therapists.
In this post, I’d like to share a video of my talk with you. The lecture is titled “The External Expression of Abdomino-Pelvic Pain: Referred Soft Tissue Phenomena.” (For those of you who have read our posts on physical therapy for pelvic pain, this talk will go a long way toward explain the “external” work that we administer to patients.)
In addition, if you’d like to check out the slides I presented during the lecture, please click on the link below. (Unfortunately, the videos I included in the slide presentation are not accessible via this link.)
To view the slide presentation shown during my lecture, please click here.
All my best,