3 Must-Know Secrets for Treating Male Pelvic Health
This microlearning course provides a quick guide on how to get started treating male pelvic issues. This presentation is part of the APTA Optimizing Access to Pelvic Health event, powered by Select Medical. To access the full event recording and other relevant learning resources, click here.
PT, DPT, MD
Di Wu (Woody) trained as a medical doctor and completed his residency in Beijing. He practiced as an Orthopedic Surgeon for several years, before establishing himself in Montreal, Canada. In Montreal, he attended physical therapy school at McGill University where he was the first man to enroll in the pelvic floor course. He adapted his learning from that course, which solely focused on women, to be able to effectively treat men. Over the past decade, drawing inspiration from his background as a doctor and as a PT, he has built a framework to help him get repeatable and reliable treatment results for treating male pelvic pain. After almost a decade of refinement and conducting studies to corroborate the findings, Di has solidified the framework. He now shares his knowledge and passion about male pelvic pain nationally and internationally with PTs who are interested in treating male pelvic pain.
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