Promotion & Marketing

Contribute to our Promotion & Marketing Series!  Marketing your private practice or pelvic and abdominal health physical therapy services is essential not just for attracting patients but also for educating other healthcare providers unfamiliar with our discipline and the benefits of our involvement. Our Academy members are known for their creativity, innovation, and continuous desire to learn new promotional strategies. Whether you want to share valuable insights or contribute helpful tips, we invite you to submit an educational blog post showcasing how you've successfully promoted your services or practice within your community or how you navigated some marketing lessons along the way.

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Promote Your Practice on PT Locator™ Help Providers & Patients Find You
Promote Your Practice on PT Locator™ Help Providers & Patients Find You

PT Locator™  is the ultimate resource for other healthcare providers and members of the public find a licensed Physical Therapist (PT) / Physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic and abdominal health physical therapy. Continue Reading

Date posted08/16/2023


5 Reasons Why You Should Refer All Pregnant Clients to a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist
5 Reasons Why You Should Refer All Pregnant Clients to a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist

Approximately ⅓ of vaginal births result in some form of injury to the levator ani muscle and having a cesarean birth does not prevent urinary incontinence or prolapse... Continue Reading

Date posted03/1/2023


The Value of Social Media for Professional Engagement
The Value of Social Media for Professional Engagement

As researchers, clinicians, and students, we have the opportunity to utilize social media to complement traditional methods of engaging with and disseminating research. Let’s discuss the impact of social media on research engagement and better understand the value in utilizing social media to... Continue Reading

Date posted09/4/2020


Key Factors That Limit Access to Physical Therapy Care
Key Factors That Limit Access to Physical Therapy Care

My parents were born in Colombia, South America and moved to the United States with dreams of a better life. They immigrated from an impoverished area, lacked a college education and with a very basic English vocabulary. Continue Reading

Postedby Michelle R. Little
Date posted02/8/2019


5 Reasons Why You Should Refer Postpartum Runners to Pelvic Health Physical Therapy
5 Reasons Why You Should Refer Postpartum Runners to Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

The pelvic floor muscles (PFM) play an important role in running - they have an anticipatory and a reflexive, impact attenuating role during running¹. One third of vaginal births result in some form of injury to the PFM... Continue Reading

Date posted12/31/2018


Pelvic Physical Therapy: The Reality Behind the Curtain
Pelvic Physical Therapy: The Reality Behind the Curtain

There can be a sense of mystery behind pelvic physical therapy, not only from the point of view of the patient, but from professional colleagues in the medical community.  Perhaps this has to do with the fact that pelvic Physical Therapists (PT) are often tucked away in physical therapy clinics behi Continue Reading

Postedby Carrie Pagliano
Date posted04/10/2018


Vesicovaginal Fistula in Nigeria
Vesicovaginal Fistula in Nigeria

The incidence of vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) continues to be high in my beloved country of Nigeria, despite awareness of VVF worldwide. There are between 400,000 to 800,000 women currently living with VVF in Nigeria, which is the highest prevalence in the world. Nearly 20,000 new cases occur annuall Continue Reading

Date posted01/27/2017


National Bladder Health Awareness Month Supporters Invite PTs to Give Free Classes
National Bladder Health Awareness Month Supporters Invite PTs to Give Free Classes

National Bladder Health Awareness Month Supporters Invite PTs to Give Free Classes on Menopause, Pelvic Floor Health in November Continue Reading

Date posted10/18/2016