In this webinar you will hear from Consultant Physiotherapist, MCSP., MSc., MPOGP, Julia Herbert talking on pelvic floor dysfunction, the associated symptoms and the management options that are available.
Pelvic floor dysfunction is common and affects both the bladder and the bowel resulting in symptoms like urinary and/or fecal incontinence, urgency, voiding dysfunction, incomplete emptying of the bladder and bowel, and constipation.
Child birth and pregnancy is often talked about as the most common cause of pelvic floor dysfunction, but there are several other causes as well that need to be considered. Management options of pelvic floor symptoms include intermittent catheterization and transanal irrigation.
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Pelvic floor dysfunction conditions and symptoms
- Common causes of pelvic floor dysfunction
- Management options of pelvic floor symptoms