Evidence based strategies for dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, bladder pain/interstitial cystitis




Pelvic pain issues may affect up to 1 in 6 women worldwide – endometriosis alone is thought to affect 10-15% of women globally. This webinar will take an overview of three of the most common diagnoses and examine the evidence for the role of physiotherapy in treatment/management, as well as providing direction for assessment and multi-modal treatment.

Course Outline

  • Brief description of the relevant pelvic anatomy
  • Overview of diagnostic and assessment strategies
  • Discussion of evidence based multi-modal  treatment

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  1. Explain the anatomical and neuro-muscular drivers of female pelvic pain
  2. Understand the prevalence and the impact of delayed diagnosis
  3. Recognise the importance of taking a biopsychosocial approach to managing female pelvic pain, integrating manual therapy, movement strategies with lifestyle interventions such as pain neuroscience, mindfulness and nutrition

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