2022 Pelvic Health Symposium

Join providers from Norton Healthcare and Bellarmine University as part of this one-day workshop designed to strengthen your awareness and understanding of pelvic health issues for women, children and men. They also will discuss growing sectors of pelvic health science, including sports medicine and gender affirming transition.

Saturday, May 21, 2022
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Bellarmine University
Nolen C. Allen Hall, Room 460
2120 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205

Or call (502) 629-1234, option 4 to register.

Registration fee: $50 if registered by May 1, 2022. $75 by May 19, 2022.

Six student scholarships will be awarded for registration to the event. Norton Healthcare employees can apply for continuing education support through Norton Healthcare.

This event is intended for physical therapy providers, medical staff, current and future Doctor of Physical Therapy students and other interested students. Registration is required to attend this symposium.

Course objective: Inform and educate physical therapists and students about the need for pelvic health strategies to better serve our patients across the life spectrum.

Continued education units will be given to qualifying attendees.

Accreditation information: Physical therapy continuing education credits are offered through APTA and Bellarmine University.

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