ICS Core Curriculum (Free): The Evidence Base for Physiotherapy in the Peri-partum Period and Male Pelvic Pain

Workshop 23

Workshop Schedule

11:00

Doreen McClurg

11:05

Hege Hølmo Johannessen

11:25

Rhonda Kay Kotarinos
Hege Hølmo Johannessen
Jeannette Potts
Doreen McClurg

11:35

Rhonda Kay Kotarinos

11:40

Jeannette Potts

12:00

Rhonda Kay Kotarinos

12:20

Rhonda Kay Kotarinos
Jeannette Potts

Aims & Objectives

Intermediate
90 minutes
Rehabilitation
Clinical
peri-partum exercise male pelvic pain
Bowel Dysfunction, Conservative Management
The aim of the first half of the workshop is to identify and discuss the importance of exercise during and after labour to maintain function and quality of life both of the women and the fetus with life long implications for both. The aim of the second half of the workshop is firstly to describe current thinking in the aetiology and management of male pelvic pain and then to look at the physiotherapeutic options and in detail the complete physical therapy protocol that was the basis for an NIH funded study on the feasibility for the utilization of physical therapy to managed chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).