Biofeedback

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11/26/2020

11:00 AM UTC

Add to Calendar 11/26/2020 11:00 AM 11/26/2020 12:00 PM America/Chicago Biofeedback <p>The aim of this webinar is to provide information and education about the additional value of biofeedback for assessment and therapy of different pelvic floor dysfunctions, when and how to use the different kinds of biofeedback and to discuss what is its place in the chain of diagnostic and therapeutic options of conservative management.</p> <h3>Date and Time</h3> <p>Thursday November 26, 2020</p> <p>11.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m. (Amsterdam time)</p> <h3>What is pelvic physiotherapy?</h3> <p>Pelvic physiotherapy, including biofeedback, appears to be effective in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions. Based on adequate physiotherapeutic diagnostics, including biofeedback, a proper patient selection of who will benefit most from biofeedback therapy is possible, and with the aid of biofeedback consequent pelvic physiotherapy will have a high cure/improvement rate&nbsp;long term. To ensure an adequate sequence in pelvic floor muscle training the concept of the 5 &lsquo;F&rsquo;s, i.e., Find-Feel-Force-Follow-through-Functional training of pelvic floor muscles has been developed and successfully implemented.</p> <p>Only after Finding and Feeling the (hidden) pelvic floor muscles, the 3th &lsquo;F&rsquo;, i.e., Force (strengthening, more relaxation, endurance, etc.) can be executed. Here biofeedback has a great additional value to the training program, speeding up the recovery process.</p> <p>The challenge for the pelvic physiotherapist is to incorporate functional training in such a way that patients will experience progress as soon as possible. Functional training of pelvic floor muscles means that the pelvic physiotherapist needs to mimic daily life activities and situations in which the patient used to experience pelvic floor problems and now &ndash; automatically &ndash; is capable of avoiding this.</p> <p>This innovative pelvic physiotherapy program, including biofeedback, is a valuable first-line treatment option in the management of patients with pelvic floor dysfunctions.&nbsp;</p> <h3>About A/Prof. Berghmans</h3> <p>Bary Berghmans, PhD MSc RPT, associate professor of the Department of Epidemiology, Maastricht University, clinical epidemiologist, &nbsp;health scientist, pelvic physiotherapist. Head research Pelvic care Center Maastricht, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Invited professor department of surgery of University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil. Senior researcher at the Department of Urology at Maastricht University Medical Center. Chairperson IUGA Special Interest Group Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation. Member of the EAU Guidelines Panel of Chronic Pelvic Pain. &nbsp;</p> <h3>Important information:</h3> <ul> <li>Registrations are on a first come first served basis.</li> <li>Please notify LABORIE if you will not be able to attend a seminar you have signed up for so that your registration can be reassigned.</li> <li>The registration button contains a direct link to the GoToWebinar website.</li> <li>After registering you will automatically receive a log-in email with instructions from GoToWebinar.</li> </ul> Webinar

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Biofeedback

The aim of this webinar is to provide information and education about the additional value of biofeedback for assessment and therapy of different pelvic floor dysfunctions, when and how to use the different kinds of biofeedback and to discuss what is its place in the chain of diagnostic and therapeutic options of conservative management.

Date and Time

Thursday November 26, 2020

11.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m. (Amsterdam time)

What is pelvic physiotherapy?

Pelvic physiotherapy, including biofeedback, appears to be effective in the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions. Based on adequate physiotherapeutic diagnostics, including biofeedback, a proper patient selection of who will benefit most from biofeedback therapy is possible, and with the aid of biofeedback consequent pelvic physiotherapy will have a high cure/improvement rate long term. To ensure an adequate sequence in pelvic floor muscle training the concept of the 5 ‘F’s, i.e., Find-Feel-Force-Follow-through-Functional training of pelvic floor muscles has been developed and successfully implemented.

Only after Finding and Feeling the (hidden) pelvic floor muscles, the 3th ‘F’, i.e., Force (strengthening, more relaxation, endurance, etc.) can be executed. Here biofeedback has a great additional value to the training program, speeding up the recovery process.

The challenge for the pelvic physiotherapist is to incorporate functional training in such a way that patients will experience progress as soon as possible. Functional training of pelvic floor muscles means that the pelvic physiotherapist needs to mimic daily life activities and situations in which the patient used to experience pelvic floor problems and now – automatically – is capable of avoiding this.

This innovative pelvic physiotherapy program, including biofeedback, is a valuable first-line treatment option in the management of patients with pelvic floor dysfunctions. 

About A/Prof. Berghmans

Bary Berghmans, PhD MSc RPT, associate professor of the Department of Epidemiology, Maastricht University, clinical epidemiologist,  health scientist, pelvic physiotherapist. Head research Pelvic care Center Maastricht, Maastricht University Medical Center, Maastricht, The Netherlands. Invited professor department of surgery of University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil. Senior researcher at the Department of Urology at Maastricht University Medical Center. Chairperson IUGA Special Interest Group Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation. Member of the EAU Guidelines Panel of Chronic Pelvic Pain.  

Important information:

  • Registrations are on a first come first served basis.
  • Please notify LABORIE if you will not be able to attend a seminar you have signed up for so that your registration can be reassigned.
  • The registration button contains a direct link to the GoToWebinar website.
  • After registering you will automatically receive a log-in email with instructions from GoToWebinar.