Unlock the secrets of the pelvic floor with our online SonoClass series on MSK ultrasound of the pelvic floor. Led by renowned expert Montse Rejano, this 3-part series will delve into the evaluation and treatment of multiple perineal dysfunctions. With a total of 4.5 hours of engaging content, you'll learn how to use MSK ultrasound to diagnose a range of conditions, from urinary incontinence to pelvic organ prolapse.


  • Transducer positions to scan the pelvic floor
  • Scanning and understanding pelvic floor muscle function
  • Measurement of most relevant landmarks
  • Sonographic assessment of the abdominal wall function
  • Utilization of ultrasound as a biofeedback tool for the management of pelvic floor disorders


Why should you follow this online course?
Musculoskeletal ultrasound of the pelvic floor offers valuable insights for clinicians working in women's and men's healthcare. Not only does it provide diagnostic information on conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence, but it also enables clinicians to assess the function of pelvic floor muscles. With the use of real-time ultrasound imaging, clinicians can guide patients through exercises aimed at rehabilitating and strengthening these muscles. Additionally, ultrasound can be used as a biofeedback tool to help patients visualize their pelvic floor muscle function and improve their control over these muscles. Overall, musculoskeletal ultrasound of the pelvic floor offers a non-invasive, safe and effective way to diagnose, rehabilitate and monitor pelvic floor dysfunction.

After completion you'll receive a digital SonoSkills Certificate of Attendance and proof of your CME points.

Interested in alternative training options?
If you wish to learn scanning the upper and lower extremity joints, we suggest following the SonoSkills online foundational MSK ultrasound course , or our hands-on foundational MSK ultrasound course.


Ultrasound in Women's & Men's Health

1 month access
  • Language English
  • Accreditation 4,5 CME points
  • Length 4,5 hours
  • Trainer Montse Rejano, PhD student