After releasing its initial position statement, the Academy's Board of Directors invited feedback from members through a call for comments. We are grateful to our members for their valuable input, which included questions, concerns, suggested revisions, and insights from various practice settings... Continue Reading
The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy publishes position statements
The information contained in any position statement is neither exhaustive nor exclusive to all circumstances or individuals. Position statements are not peer-reviewed, nor submitted to the Academy membership for approval. Position statements do not define or establish a community standard. They are not intended to, nor should they be used to support a cause of action, create a presumption of a breach of legal duty, or form a basis for civil liability. For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To nominate a topic, please complete this form.
We support the rights of all humans to receive access to safe reproductive healthcare and will continue to support our members and the patients they serve. We are in alignment with ACOG, AUGS, AMA, WHO, AUA, NPWH, and numerous other organizations that have denounced the ruling. Continue Reading
The American Physical Therapy Association Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APHPT) endorses pessary fitting and management provided by qualified pelvic health physical therapists. Continue Reading
The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APTA Pelvic Health) invites Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) to participate in the continuing education courses in the pelvic and pregnancy series (CAPP, or Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic/ Pregnancy)... Continue Reading
The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (APTA Pelvic Health) supports examination and intervention by licensed physical therapists in the management of individuals with pelvic dysfunctions… Continue Reading