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Why Rost Therapy™ for pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy and postpartum?

This RTh course will give therapists techniques that are easy to integrate into clinical practice. Participants will be able to start practicing this approach immediately using the RTh toolbox, a mix of manual techniques, exercise, ADL recommendations and patient education that we have been teaching for over 30 years.

The Rost Therapy™ (RTh) method developed by Cecile Rost in the 90s is a biopsychosocial treatment approach for PGP. Its main goal is decreasing anxiety and foster self efficacy and independent self management. The course material covers theoretical knowledge of PGP, but more importantly, it also addresses its management from a broad perspective, beyond the pelvis.

After the experience that treating thousands of patients has given us, we have modified and improved RTh to simplify it and personalize it, making it more specific to each subtype of PGP patient we serve.

Join our more than 4000 RTh educated therapists worldwide.


Online course content

A combination of articles, presentations & lab videos is the new course format. The practical material will show you manual techniques and exercises to assess and treat PGP confidently. What the new video material includes:

  • Evidence-based and up-to-date theoretical background of PGP. What is it, why does it occur and what can we do about it.
  • Diagnostic and treatment techniques within the RTh framework. Learn how to evaluate and treat PGP patients effectively.
  • Resources to use in clinical practice (assessment forms) and to share with your patients (handouts, Rost Moves Mamas app).


What students say about the online course

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Learning objectives

  • To effectively treat pregnant and postpartum clients with PGP, using the RTh™ approach
  • To understand the complex central and local inputs into PGP
  • To learn about the changes in the pelvis during and after pregnancy
  • To be current regarding the latest PGP guidelines, publications, assessment and treatments
  • To recognize fear of movement, protective responses and abnormal motor patterns and to effectively treat these with education, postural modifications, manual and therapeutic exercises
  • To assess when a multidisciplinary approach is required and which disciplines to involve


Online course target audience

Physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths who treat sacro-iliac and pubic pain and dysfunction during pregnancy and beyond. This is also a course for all physiotherapists working with orthopaedic and persistent pain caseloads.

  • Other health care professionals, such as movement therapists or licensed massage therapists are also invited to join the course to learn the fundamentals of PGP management.


Why learning about pelvic girdle pain?

Pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy and beyond can significantly impact function and quality of life, sometimes for years after postpartum. It’s a burden that affects an average of 45% of moms. Many women are told by their health professionals, including physiotherapists, that back pain is a normal part of pregnancy or that there is nothing much that can be done because they are pregnant.

Not only that, but they are told that their pelvis is “unstable”, that they should “be careful”, and that they should “limit their activity and avoid painful movements”, all of which perpetuate fear and pain.

We need professionals with a different approach to pelvic girdle pain (PGP), one that actually helps patients.


E-learning self study

Approximately 22 hours. You can complete the course at once or go at your own pace, adjusting the lessons to your available time. Just re-open the course and continue where you left it.


Diploma of completion

Pelvic Girdle Pain: the RTh™ approach – Diploma of course completion. After successful completion of the final multiple choice test your diploma will be placed in your profile, accredited for 22 study hours. Your profile will then be listed for 2 years on the ‘Find a Therapist’ database of our website, where patients all over the world can find you. You can update your profile at any time with up to three work addresses.

The Diploma of completion allows you to then obtain your certification either through the online practical exam or an  in person certification course and to the official RTh™ certification pathway if you wish to continue your education as a PGP specialist.

This Diploma is equivalent in any education platform (Embodia, Bia Formations, etc.) that delivers this course.




The cost of the online course PGP: the Rost Therapy™ approach is € 345 (click here for the current conversion rate). It includes:

  • Full access to theoretical and practical course content
  • Diploma of completion
  • 2 years listing on the ‘Find a Therapist’ database with your public profile, as a schooled therapist
  • Access to the private Facebook group of Rost Therapists™, to ask questions and debate all things PGP & coccydynia.
  • Access to the RTh™ certification pathway & our live in person course PGP Level I: Rost Therapy™ certification.


We hope you enjoy this course as much as we enjoyed preparing it for you. Welcome to the RT community, and good luck!


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