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Men's Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Update

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This webinar will cover all areas of men's health relating to incontinence, B&B dysfunction, pelvic pain, erectile and sexual dysfunction.

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Date: 20th May 2021

Time: 19.00 till 20.30

Title: Men’s Pelvic Health Update

Men’s Health physiotherapy covers all areas of physio relating to incontinence, overactive bladder, bowel dysfunction, pelvic pain and erectile & sexual dysfunction.

1 in 10 men may experience continence or pelvic floor issues during their lifetime

Following prostatectomy surgery, up to 70% of men suffer from urinary incontinence

16% of males over 18 have overactive bladder

Topic: Role of Physiotherapy in Male Pelvic Pain

Gerard Greene is an active and enthusiastic Physiotherapy clinician, establishing his clinic based at the Barefoot Yoga Studio, Harborne Birmingham. He works as a Senior lecturer on both the undergraduate and post graduate programmes specialising in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy at Coventry University. Greene Seminars grew from Gerard's extensive international teaching experience and his desire to coordinate and increase the value of domestic and international conferences and events for health professionals throughout the world. Greene Seminars has rapidly developed a reputation for delivering clinically relevant courses, delivering dozens of events every year.

Topic: Hard-Flaccid Syndrome

Bill Taylor is an Edinburgh based Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience in the treatment of pelvic dysfunction. He is widely recognised in the UK and internationally as being one of the leading pelvic health physios and one of the few who specialise in male pelvic floor dysfunction.

He is a certified member of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy and spent most of his career treating the Musculoskeletal System using manual therapy and exercise.

He has a special interest in Chronic Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and the use of manual and exercise therapy in addressing this condition. Bill has contributed a chapter to the textbook Chronic Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction entitled “The Effect of Sport and Exercise on Chronic Pelvic Pain”. He also compiled a chapter on Pelvic Girdle Assessment in Nicola Petty’s textbook – Neuro-musculoskeletal Assessment, including reference to pelvic floor dysfunction aiming to engage undergraduate physios in pelvic health.

Topic: Focus Shockwave in Erectile Dysfunction

Ove Indergaard is a Full time MSK Chartered Physiotherapist within Private Practice and has been in practice for over 20 year. Ove is also a tutor for Shockwave Therapy for Venn Healthcare. Ove holds a MSc in Sports and Exercise Injury Management from Leeds Metropolitan University (2005) and is a gold accredited member of the ACPSEM. He has previously worked in elite sport with Great Britain Judo, England Badminton, and British Universities in multiple sports. During his time with elite sport he traveled extensively and worked at World and European championships, World Cup and National Tournaments and the World University Games.

Topic: Under Pressure: Bicycle Ergonomics & Pelvic Health

Bianca Broadbent is a Chartered Physiotherapist who specialises in cycling

medicine and bicycle fitting. Bianca formerly worked at the Boardman

Performance Centre, and is one of a handful of Physiotherapists who has

experience working in a wind tunnel. She currently works as a Sports

Physiotherapist for Spire Healthcare and consults privately for Vorteq

Human Performance, as well as running education for Physios via "The

Cycling Physios".

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In the event of cancellation of the event due to any unforeseen circumstances, or any issues related to the event, we cannot be held liable. The organisers cannot take responsibility for technical or internet connectivity issues from the participants' side. We strongly advise you to register with zoom in good time to familiarise yourself with using zoom. We also advise you to log in to the webinar at least 10 mins before the session.

Due to the high number of participants & multiple events, we are unable to respond to all the queries related to the event.

For any queries please email- firstcontactphysio1@gmail.com.

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