The aim of this round table is to discuss latest scientific background and practice of pelvic floor muscle training for genitourinary syndrome of menopause. Understanding menopause changes, the various symptoms and perceptions will improve conservative menopausal management for women.
- Getting to know better the physiological aging processes of the myofascial tissue of the pelvic floor
- Understanding how pelvic floor muscle training works to reduce genitourinary syndrome
- Discussing which effects we can expect from training
- Learning which exercises reduce symptoms of menopause
Who benefits from this round table?
All doctors and medical professionals working with women around menopause. In addition, female specialists naturally benefit personally.
|The physiologic aging processes of the myofascial tissue of the pelvic floor
|PFMT for genitourinary syndrome of menopause: the effect
|PFMT for genitourinary syndrome of menopause: how does it work
||Joanie Mercier Virtual
|Effect of PFMT associated or not with hormone therapy on UI and sexual function in postmenopausal women