Welcome to a webinar with focus how bladder and bowel management can be used as a tool in order to help patients suffering from pelvic pain.
September 21, 2023 | 14:00-15:00 CEST
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition which affects a lot of people. Bladder and bowel management are known tools that are crucial to maintaining quality of life for those affected, but the link to pelvic pain is not always obvious, yet of main importance.
During 1 hour, our invited speakers will explore the importance of talking about pelvic floor dysfunction, the symptoms, as well as explain the relationship between pelvic pain and bladder and bowel problems.
Intermittent catheterization and transanal irrigation will be highlighted as possible solutions for relieving bothersome symptoms and to help improve quality of life.
The webinar is free to attend, but you need to register in order to secure your spot.
If you want to join from outside the European Time Zone, the time of this webinar converts to:
- British Time (BST): 13:00
- Eastern Time (EDT): 08:00
- Hong Kong (HKT): 20:00
Bill Taylor is a Physiotherapist with almost 40 years of experience in the treatment of pelvic dysfunction. He is widely recognized in the UK & internationally as being a leading pelvic health physio and one of the few who specialize in male pelvic floor dysfunction. Bill will explain why bladder and bowel dysfunction also have an impact on chronic pelvic pain and the effect on these people.
Carlene Igbedioh has more than 30 years’ experience from working in the NHS and she was instrumental in developing the Continence Service at Guy’s & ST Thomas’ hospital in 2001. Her interests and clinical specialties are among others, Continence, Urinary Catheterization, CAUTI prevention and she has published papers about constipation and transanal irrigation.
Professor Mandy Mangler is Chief Physician of the Clinic for Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria-Klinikum and the Vivantes Klinikum Neukölln in Berlin, author of the podcast Gyncast and winner of the Berlin Women's Prize 2022 for her work with equality and diversity in medicine. She is Chairwoman of the Society for Gynecology and Obstetrics Berlin and Chairwoman of the Berlin Chief Physicians of the BLFG.
Since 2017, we have been running our ACCT webinars as a global forum for Advancing Continence Care Together. The goal is to inspire and explore both the scientific and human aspects of continence care. By promoting transparency and interaction between clinical practice, scientific research and the continence care industry, we hope to push the frontiers and make a real difference for everyone who relies on our progress.