Aims: This workshop provides a more in-depth focus on neurological causes of pelvic pain – diagnosis and intervention. Anchored in a key talks, the differential diagnosis, diagnosis, and treatment will be presented then discussed interactively. Clinical materials (patient educational, websites, questionnaires, and other) will be shared.
The lectures are designed for a deeper, more intermediate course with a full 90 minutes committed to neurologically mediated pelvic pain. It builds on prior ICS workshops presenting an overview of the differential diagnosis of pelvic pain.
Given that many in the ICS understand organ (IC, Endo) and muscle-based drivers of pain, this course targets the knowledge gap many of us reach in this clinical entity.
- How to diagnose different types of neuropathic pelvic pain
- How to differentiate neuropathic pelvic pain from organ-based pain
- Management options for localised and diffuse neuropathic pelvic pain