13th Physiotherapy Roundtable

Committee Activity

The Physiotherapy Round Table is an opportunity for physiotherapists, or anyone interested in physiotherapy, to network, enjoy presentations from emerging and established researchers and clinical leaders and most of all, have fun. The Round Table programme includes a variety of presentations and the opportunity to attend two workshops of your choice. The full programme can be found below.

From 19:00 guests will enjoy food and drinks while making new and rekindling old friendships. Pre-registration to this session is required at the cost of USD40. This fee covers catering throughout the day. Spaces are limited so please register early. Please register for this session online when you register for the Annual Meeting. If you have already registered for the Annual Meeting and wish to now add this session please contact Mrs Daniela Bloch at dbloch@kenes.com.

Please note: You must be registered for the ICS Annual Meeting in order to also register for this session.

We look forward to seeing you in Rio!

Start End Topic Speakers
13:30 13:35 Meet and Greet
13:35 13:55 Introduction: Welcome by Marijke van Kampen and Jacqueline de Jong (Chair of the Roundtable Committee), and Helena Frawley (Chair of the Physiotherapy Committee) Marijke van Kampen, Jacqueline de Jong, Helena Frawley
13.55 16:05 Presentations of Scientific Projects and Studies (10 minutes presentation and 10 minutes discussion) Moderators: Marijke van Kampen and Helena Frawley
14:00 14:20 Electrical Stimulation and erectile dysfunction Cristiane Carboni (Brazil)
14:20 14:40 Perineal muscle stiffness in women with and without vulvodynia Melissa Davidson (New Zealand)
14.40 15.00 Effect of PFMT associated or not with hormonal therapy in postmenopausal women: preliminary findings of a RCT Flávia Ignácio Antônio (Brazil)
15:00 15.20 Comparison of protocols for posterior tibial nerve electrical stimulation for the treatment of overactive bladder: clinical trial randomized Time Pierre Munick Linhares
15.20 16:05 State of the Art; 2014 Consensus Statement on Improving Pelvic-Floor-Muscle-Training Adherence: final report from the 2011 International Continence Society State-of-the-Science Conference and research Chantale Dumoulin (Canada), Doreen McClurg (UK), Helena Frawley (Australia)
16.05 16.30 Coffee/tea break  
16:30 18:35 Workshops (choice of 2: 16:30 1st Workshop choice and 17:35 2nd Workshop choice)  
Workshop subject speaker
Workshop 1: Male incontinence Marijke Van Kampen
Workshop 2: Pelvic floor muscle training and breathing exercises Maura Seleme
Workshop 3: Pessaries: What physiotherapists should know? Cora Tyson Huitt
Workshop 4: Vaginismus treatment with vaginal dilators Beth Shelly
Workshop 5: Neurological diseases and the pelvic floor Doreen McClurg
Workshop 6: Children (Dysfunctional voiding) Els Bakker
Workshop 7: Postpartum voiding dysfunction Margaret Sherburn
Time Speaker/Event
18.35-18.45 Closure
18.45: Social get together (with dinner)

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