Helena C Frawley ICS Chair
Helena Engqvist ICS Chair
#464 The impact of pelvic floor dysfunction on exercise in women.
Dakic J1, Cook J2, Lin K3, Hay-Smith J4, Frawley H11.Monash University, 2.La Trobe University, 3.National Cheng Kung University, 4.University of Otago Pelvic Floor, Incontinence, Prolapse Symptoms, Female, Questionnaire
#465 Associations between type of urinary incontinence and sedentary behaviour in community-dwelling older women
Booth J1, Jerez-Roig J2, Skelton D1, Giné-Garriga M3, Chastin S1, Hagen S41.Glasgow Caledonian University, 2.University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia, 3.Ramon Llull University, 4.NMHAP Research Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University Incontinence, Urgency Urinary Incontinence, Gerontology
#466 Does early onset of exercise training postpartum negatively affect pelvic floor muscle function and prevalence of pelvic floor dysfunction 12 months postpartum?
Tennfjord M1, Ellström Engh M2, Bø K11.Norwegian School of Sport Sciences, Department of Sports Medicine, Akershus University Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2.Akershus University Hospital, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo Anal Incontinence, Pelvic Floor, Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Physiotherapy
#467 Are you doing your pelvic floors? An ethnographic exploration of discussions between women and health professionals about pelvic floor muscle exercises during pregnancy.
Terry R1, Jarvie R1, Hay-Smith J2, Salmon V1, Pearson M3, MacArthur C4, Dean S11.University of Exeter, 2.University of Otago, 3.University of Hull, 4.University of Birmingham Female, Incontinence, Pelvic Floor, Conservative Treatment, Prevention
#468 Activation patterns of pelvic floor muscles in women with incontinence while running: A randomized controlled trial
Koenig I1, Eichelberger P2, Luginbuehl H2, Kuhn A3, Lehmann C4, Taeymans J1, Radlinger L21.1 Bern University of Applied Sciences, Department of Health Professions, Division of Physiotherapy, Bern, Switzerland 2 Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Faculty of Physical Education and Physiotherapy, Brussels, Belgium, 2.1 Bern University of Applied Sciences, Department of Health Professions, Division of Physiotherapy, Bern, Switzerland, 3.3 University Hospital and University of Bern, University Clinic of Gynecology, Bern, Switzerland, 4.4University Hospital Bern, Department of Physiotherapy, Bern, Switzerland Stress Urinary Incontinence, Outcomes Research Methods, Conservative Treatment
#469 A training program for reduction of body weight and overactive bladder symptoms in young woman
Hagovská M1, Svihra J2, Bukova A31.Department of Physiatry, Balneology, and Medical Rehabilitation, Institution - Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University, Kosice, Slovak Republic, 2.Department of Urology, Institution - Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Martin, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 3.Institute of Physical Education and Sport, Institution - PJ Safarik University, Kosice, Slovak Republic Overactive Bladder, Rehabilitation, Voiding Diary
#470 Can Exoskeleton Gait Training Improve Lower Urinary Tract Function in People with Spinal Cord Injury? Preliminary Findings from a Randomized Pilot Trial
Lam T1, Williams A1, Deegan E2, Walter M2, Stothers L31.School of Kinesiology and International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), University of British Columbia, 2.International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), University of British Columbia, 3.Department of Urologic Sciences and International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), University of British Columbia Spinal Cord Injury, Rehabilitation, Pelvic Floor, Motor Dysfunction, Clinical Trial
#471 A process evaluation study investigating fidelity and dose of intervention delivery and uptake of pelvic floor muscle training delivered in a randomised controlled trial.
Dean S1, Hay-Smith J2, Bugge C3, McClurg D4, Grant A5, Taylor A3, Andreis F3, Elders A4, Hagen S4, the Opal Trial Team o41.University of Exeter, 2.University of Otago, 3.University of Stirling, 4.Glasgow Caledonian University, 5.Robert Gordon University Female, Incontinence, Pelvic Floor, Conservative Treatment, Rehabilitation
#472 The effect of pelvic floor muscle interventions on pelvic floor dysfunction after gynaecological cancer treatment: a systematic review
Brennen R1, Lin K2, Denehy L3, Frawley H11.Monash University, 2.National Cheng Kung University, 3.University of Melbourne Conservative Treatment, Pelvic Floor, Female
#473 A 24 month longitudinal qualitative study of women’s experience of electromyography biofeedback pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) and PFMT alone for urinary incontinence: adherence, outcome and context
Bugge C1, Hay-Smith J2, Grant A3, Taylor A1, Hagen S4, McClurg D4, Dean S5, for the OPAL Trial team61.University of Stirling, 2.University of Otago, 3.Robert Gordon University, 4.NMAHP Research Unit, Glasgow Caledonian University, 5.University of Exeter, 6.Glasgow Caledonian University Quality of Life (QoL), Stress Urinary Incontinence, Mixed Urinary Incontinence, Conservative Treatment, Pelvic Floor
#474 Functional pelvic floor muscle training before radical prostatectomy: A prospective randomised controlled pilot study
Sayner A11.Western Health, University of Canberra Physiotherapy, Pelvic Floor, Male, Prevention
#475 Novel Pelvic Floor Muscle Trainer with Mechanotherapy: Clinical Trial Interim Results in Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
Nakib N1, Mianulli M2, Sutherland S31.University of Minnesota, 2.Gnarus Medical, 3.University of Washington New Devices, Pelvic Floor, Prospective Study, Stress Urinary Incontinence