|Category||Pelvic Pain Syndromes / Sexual Dysfunction|
|Keywords||Overactive pelvic floor Chronic pelvic pain Sexual dysfunction|
|Target Audience||Urologists, Urogynecologists, Gastroenterologists, Physiotherapists, Ob&Gyn, Gastroenterologists, Colo-proctologists, Continence nurses, Midwives, Sex therapists and Sexologists|
|Aims and Objectives||1. To understand the definition, pathophysiology and clinical presentation of an overactive pelvic floor (OPF) and its relation to chronic pain conditions and psychosocial issues.|
2. To carry out the evaluation of patients with OPF using a multidisciplinary approach and to become acquainted with common diagnostic techniques and tools.
3. To plan an individually tailored treatment strategy for patients suffering from OPF and OPF-related conditions.