Anatomy and Physiology for Clinical Entry-Level Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification

This requirement was part of your initial professional university training and therefore, no additional course work is necessary.  Some people would like to review the anatomy of the pelvic floor and we encourage this field of study; however we do not have any suggestions for a good review course at this time.

When you file your application, you will include a copy of your license which tells us that you did complete this work  originally.  No transcripts are needed.

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