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Needling the Obturator Externus

These Patients Are Suffering in Silence

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Are you frustrated from seeing your patients suffer with pelvic floor pain and dysfunction, and you can’t offer them help? 

You’re not alone – most practitioners are not equipped with the tools to treat pelvic floor pain, uro-genital disorders, and sexual dysfunction. This includes PT/Physios, Chiro/Osteos, Medical Doctors, etc.

IF YOU GET THESE SKILLS, YOU WILL HAVE A NICHE PRACTICE. This means giving patients who have suffered for years the help they’ve been looking for. And that means a very busy practice for you. 

Acupuncture and Dry Needling are some of the MOST POWERFUL tools for treating these patients. But it takes special training, most of which you cannot find in any books or classes.

It’s time to take your practice to the next level and become THE go-to expert in treating pelvic floor issues.

Learn Pelvic Floor Acupuncture

Introducing Acupuncture & Dry Needling Pelvic Floor Classes taught by Dr. Jamie Hampton, DAOM. These exclusive seminars are built on Dr. Hampton’s 15 years of experience specializing in Pelvic Floor. You learn the SAME skills she uses in her busy practice every day.  

Dr. Hampton prepares you for a very gratifying and busy practice treating pelvic floor patients. Cutting-edge techniques meet very unique practice management skills so you will have all the tools you need to take on this specialty. 

At the heart of Dr. Hampton’s seminars is a focus on treating pelvic pain and urogenital disorders using ACUPUNCTURE AND DRY NEEDLING – two powerful tools that have been proven to unlock the secrets of pelvic floor health. Learn innovative strategies for treating trigger points, fascial restrictions, adhesions, ligaments, and other causes of pelvic pain and dysfunction. 

That’s not all. Our comprehensive classes cover a wide range of topics, including:

✔️ Understanding the anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor

✔️ Identifying common dysfunctions and their underlying causes

✔️ Real-world treatment strategies you can only get from a Pelvic Floor Specialist

✔️ Implementing evidence-based assessment techniques

✔️ Developing personalized treatment plans for optimal outcomes

✔️ Integrating fascia-focused therapies into your practice

✔️ Mastering the art of dry needling for pelvic floor conditions

✔️ Informed consent

✔️ Ethics 

✔️ Patient communication

The Obturator Externus is a clinical gem 💎

This muscle is used a lot in treating Pelvic Floor Pain and Dysfunction

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The pelvis is a complex structure comprised of various muscles, ligaments, and organs working together to support the entire body and facilitate movement – Everything from posture to breathing is affected by the pelvic floor!

Among these structures, the Obturator Externus muscle plays a SIGNIFICANT YET OFTENTIMES OVERLOOKED role in pelvic floor health. Understanding its anatomy and function sheds light on its direct and indirect involvement in pelvic floor pain and dysfunction.

Anatomy of Obturator Externus:

The obturator externus muscle is a fan-shaped muscle located within the pelvis. It originates from the external surface of the obturator membrane and the surrounding bony margins of the obturator foramen. Its fibers then run laterally and downward to insert onto the greater trochanter of the femur. This muscle works in tandem with other pelvic muscles to stabilize the hip joint and facilitate movements like hip abduction and external rotation.

Direct Impact on Pelvic Floor:

While the obturator externus muscle itself is not part of the pelvic floor, its close proximity and interplay with pelvic floor muscles can directly influence pelvic floor function. Excessive tension or dysfunction in the obturator externus can lead to pelvic floor muscle imbalances, contributing to conditions such as pelvic pain, urinary dysfunction, and sexual dysfunction.

Indirect Relationship through Hip Stability:

The obturator externus muscle also indirectly affects pelvic floor function through its role in hip stability. Dysfunction in this muscle can alter pelvic alignment and mechanics, placing abnormal stress on the pelvic floor muscles. For instance, if the obturator externus is tight or weak, it can disrupt pelvic floor muscle coordination, leading to compensatory patterns that may manifest as pelvic floor pain and dysfunction.

Clinical Implications:

In clinical practice, addressing obturator externus dysfunction is crucial in managing pelvic floor disorders. Physical therapists and pelvic health specialists often incorporate techniques to assess and treat this muscle alongside other pelvic floor muscles. Manual therapy, stretching, strengthening exercises, and neuromuscular re-education are commonly employed to restore balance and function to the obturator externus and surrounding structures.

The obturator externus muscle plays a multifaceted role in pelvic floor health, both directly and indirectly. Its intricate relationship with pelvic floor muscles and hip stability underscores its significance in the prevention and management of pelvic floor pain and dysfunction. By understanding and addressing dysfunction in this muscle, healthcare professionals can provide more comprehensive care for individuals with pelvic floor disorders, improving their quality of life and overall well-being.

Get ready to have one of the most satisfying practices where you truly make a difference while ALSO enjoying a busy clinic and secure lifestyle. 

Visit aseseminars.com/pelvicfloor to learn more!