Male Pelvic Model now available!

I am pleased to announce that you can now purchase the Male Pelvic Model.  Just like the Female Pelvic Model, it is fully laminated and can be folded into a 3D model.  It is a great way to learn the differences between the male and female pelvic floor.  You can also improve your palpation skills using this model.  The male pelvic floor is more narrow and structures are closer together than in the female pelvis.  Don't forget how useful it is to use these models as visual aids in a clinical setting.  Patients really appreciate visualizing their pelvic floor!

I also have an option to buy both the Female and Male Pelvic Models as a bundle to save some money - always appreciated I'm sure!

I hope you enjoy these models, they have served me well over the years as a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.

Keep looking at the site, I will be adding more anatomical pictures in the future for you to purchase and use in powerpoint presentations or in clinical practice.


Total Pelvic Health

Thank you for your interest in my pelvic models.  I have been drawing anatomy pictures since my early days as a physiotherapy student.  When I decided to specialize in pelvic health, 17 years ago, I was overwhelmed with pelvic floor anatomy.  It was not easy to visualize and it took me years to really get comfortable learning the "ins and out's" of the pelvic area.  So I drew them over and over until I had a model that I was happy with. 

When I started teaching with Pelvic Health Solutions 4 years ago I thought that this model would be great to use as a teaching tool.  With the encouragement of my teaching colleagues, Nelly Faghani and Carolyn Vandyken as well as our students, I got a lot of great feedback and was encouraged to sell them.  

Word got out about my models and now I'm getting requests here in Canada and as far as away as the UK!  All of this was very exciting so this website came out of necessity to allow me to share these models with all of you!

It is both a valuable tool for professionals and a great visual aid for your pelvic health patients.  For those of you practicing pelvic health, you know how disconnected our patients can be with the pelvic floor.  They can't see these muscles, or touch them and often don't even know of their existence! Educating our patients about the pelvic floor muscles is a key part of what we do and it helps to have tools to do so.

I'm hoping to add more visual aids over time.  I am working on a male pelvic model so keep checking in to see what I add!

Yours in pelvic health,                                    

Marie-Josée Forget PT