Honors Program Theses
Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)
Windee Weiss, Honors Thesis Advisor
Pelvic floor--Physical therapy; Patient compliance;
The purpose of this research project was to explore the role of self-efficacy in relation to adherence to the rehabilitation process, specifically pelvic floor physical therapy. Pelvic floor physical therapy requires time and energy from the patient, and ultimately, changes in behavior and commitment to those changes. Self-efficacy theory was applied to the behavior change process required of pelvic floor physical therapy, in that, increased motivation and self-expectation could allow for more positive patient outcomes (Lolowang et al., 2019).
Year of Submission
Department of Kinesiology
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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Young, Madison Marie, "The role of self-efficacy in pelvic floor physical therapy" (2022). Honors Program Theses. 544.