Physiotherapy Courses

  • Nova Scotia Physiotherapy Association

Approach to Male Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Location: LIVE-ONLINE (EST-Montreal)

Dates: Friday, January 22, 2021 - Saturday, January 23, 2021

Approach to Male Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Course Sponsor/Host: Physio Uro-Sante
Location: LIVE-ONLINE (EST-Montreal)
Registration Dates: Open
Registration Fees: $500.00 + applicable taxes

Description:

Instructors: Claudia Brown and Marie-Josée Lord

January 22-23 2021

Register nowhttps://physiourosante.com/course-register/

The two most common male conditions that are seen by pelvic floor physiotherapists are post- prostatectomy urinary incontinence and chronic pelvic pain.  Both conditions may also involve some degree of sexual dysfunction.

This 1.5 day ONLINE course will enable the participant to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the male pelvic floor patient and to establish and progress an appropriate treatment plan, for incontinence or for pain.  It will also allow for a clear understanding of male sexual function as well as typical mechanisms of dysfunction, especially in relation to the above pathologies.

Required pre-requisite: Female Urinary Incontinence course

Some testimonials from past participants:

‘’MJ is very knowledgeable and excited about the information.’’

‘’well explained practical application of assessment, differential diagnosis, and treatment’’

‘’course was very good, easy to apply clinically. Thanks!’’

‘’Great course! So much info!’’

‘’All great information’’

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:

-Understand the male urogenital anatomy and physiology
-Know about pathologies of the prostate
-Understand treatment options for prostate cancer
-Understand the incidence and pathology of male chronic pelvic pain
-Use acquired knowledge to perform a comprehensive evaluation of the male pelvic floor patient, including a full history and clinical examination
-Adapt treatment approach for female incontinence to the treatment of the incontinent male patient
-Establish and progress a treatment plan for chronic pelvic pain according to evaluation findings
-Recognize the link between male pelvic disorders and sexual dysfunction, and improve the impact of treatment of pain on sexual dysfunction

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