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Ms Marie-Pierre Cyr

ICS 2024

es Podium Short Oral Session 26 Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction 270 Do pelvic floor muscle therapies and education-based interventions improve bladder, bowel, vaginal, sexual, psychological function, quality of life, or pelvic floor muscle function in females treated for gynaecological or breast cancer? A systematic review

Open Discussion Session 108 Open Discussion ePosters 777 Surface electromyography recordings of the pelvic floor muscles can include smooth muscle activity: Identification of smooth muscle activity and potential implications for interpretation of recordings

ICS 2023

Podium Short Oral Session 25 Voiding Dysfunction 208 What systems are used to classify chronic pelvic pain in men? A systematic review

ICS 2022

Podium Session 20 Best Conservative Management 2 289 A qualitative study of women’s views and experiences of multimodal pelvic floor physiotherapy for treating dyspareunia after gynecological cancer: an insight into this treatment’s acceptability

ICS 2021

Podium Session 6 Live Conservative Management 1 - Best of Rehabilitation: from Clinical Reasoning to Cost Analysis 50 Understanding the effects of multimodal pelvic floor physiotherapy in gynecological cancer survivors with dyspareunia: a mixed-method research study with a 12-month follow-up

ICS 2020

Podium Session 31 Best Conservative Management 466 Effects of physiotherapy treatment on the pelvic floor muscle function and morphology in gynecological cancer survivors with dyspareunia: a prospective study

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Marie-Pierre Cyr

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Dr. Marie-Pierre Cyr obtained her Master’s degree in physiotherapy from the Université de Sherbrooke (Canada) in 2015 along with certification for pelvic health practice from the Université de Montréal (Canada) in 2019. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at The University of Queensland (Australia) and she has received a fellowship from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé. She completed her MSc and PhD degrees focusing on chronic pelvic pain in gynecological cancer survivors. She conducted multidisciplinary research to better understand and treat dyspareunia through multimodal pelvic floor physiotherapy. Her involvement in research led to published peer-reviewed articles and presentations at national/international conferences, from which she has been invited several times as a guest speaker. Her research and clinical interests include the pathophysiology and the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions (chronic pelvic pain, incontinence, and sexual dysfunction) and methods to assess the pelvic floor (algometry, dynamometry, and ultrasonography), psychosexual, and social outcomes. She is an appointed member of the ICS Physiotherapy Committee.

Ms Marie-Pierre Cyr declared on the Wednesday 17th January 2024 that they did not have any existing or known future financial relationships or affiliations to disclose (NONE).