I spent this past weekend in Tampa, Florida, at a conference on Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) for Physical Therapists who specialize in treating pelvic floor disorders.
I was honored to give them a lecture on Tailbone Pain (coccydynia) from my physician perspective.
I was also honored to learn lots about how a pelvic floor physical therapists (pelvic floor P.T.s) approach patients who are suffering from tailbone pain and other pelvic pain syndromes.
Some patients have diffuse pelvic floor pain and dysfunction in addition to their tailbone pain, and a pelvic floor physical therapist can often be very helpful at providing relief for those patients.
To see a VIDEO of Dr. Foye discussing the conference, click here:
Photos from the event:
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