Sept 23-24, 2022: Atlanta, GA
Westin Atlanta Perimeter North
The 1st Annual Conference
BY pelvic rehab, FOR pelvic rehab!
Practical Info You Can Use on Monday
Become a Leader
"Intersection of Bowel Health and Women's Health"
"Polyvagal Approach to Pelvic Pain"
"Early Postpartum Recovery after Vaginal Birth"
"How to Reach More Patients by Intentionally Building Your Brand"
"The Influence of the Kinetic Chain on Tone, Tension & Strength of the Pelvic Floor"
"Exercise-based Strategies to Improve Posterior Pelvic Floor Tension"
"The Female Orgasm: Understanding Function to Better Treat Dysfunction"
"Vulvodynia or Vaginismus? How History Taking and Evaluation Can Help Your Differential Diagnosis"
"Comprehensive Management of Anal Fissures"
"Differential Diagnosis and Treatment for Pelvic Pain"
"Affirming Language and Communication in Pelvic Healthcare"
"Trauma Informed Care: Principles and Best Practices"
"Therapeutic Considerations for Labor and Birth"
"Managing Encopresis: Strategies for Working with Children and their Parents"
Panel: Diversity in Pelvic Health
The PelviCon Story
2022 was the FIRST annual conference BY and FOR pelvic rehab!
Founded by Jessica Reale & Nicole Cozean in 2022, the goal was to create something of our own. Something inspiring. Practical. BY and FOR pelvic rehab. Because we believe there's something special about 'being in the room' with your colleagues and friends.
Pelvic health specialist, author, entrepreneur and clinic owner. Since it’s founding in 2016, PelvicSanity has grown to one of the largest cash-based practices in the country.
Creator of the Pelvic PT Huddle and the Pelvic PT Rising Podcast. She is also the author of The Interstitial Cystitis Solution and the first pelvic PT to serve on the Board of the ICA.
Her online clinical courses have helped more than 1,500 pelvic providers become more confident in their practice. The Pelvic PT Rising business mentorship and courses are assisting 400+ cash-based pelvic PTs as they grow their own practice and help even more patients.
Founder of Southern Pelvic Health, a leading mullti-clinician practice in Atlanta, GA.
She and her staff at Southern Pelvic Health run a small-group mentoring program for pelvic rehab practitioners, providing mentorship and training in the field.
Jessica Reale received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Duke University and is a Board-Certified Specialist (WCS) in pelvic health. Dr. Reale is a faculty member of the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and has taught continuing education courses to hundreds of physical therapists and other health care professionals nationwide.