|Keywords||functional training urinary incontinence adherence|
|Target Audience||Gynecologists, Urologists, Nurses and Physiotherapists|
|Aims and Objectives|
Results of new pelvic floor muscle exercises (PFME) or training programs with focus on motor control and pre-contraction will be presented. How to assess the patient, what parameters are important for the PFMT training session in patients with (predominant) stress urinary incontinence or with urgency/frequency syndromes. Performance of PFM assessment will also be demonstrated. Training strategies based on the evaluation of findings during the assessment will be shown. How to proceed from mono task exercises to fully functional activities. Using biofeedback, interpreting the signal as an adjunct to PFME or training new biofeedback strategies, procedures and equipment will be presented, including videos.