Voiding dysfunction and pelvic floor disorders in men and women cause a high impact in their social, labor, sexual and general quality of life.
According to International Continence Society(ICS), American Urological Association (AUA) and European Association of Urology (EAU) Guidelines, SEMG Biofeedback is recommended to be included as a conservative treatment for subjects with stress urinary incontinence (SUI), fecal incontinence (FI), overactive bladder (OAB) and chronic pelvic pain (CPP) and sexual dysfunction (SD) and also recommended as first line conservative treatment for subjects with puborectalis paradoxical constipation(PPC).
As an assessment tool, SEMG signal can give us insight on the condition and function of the neuromuscular system and help pinpoint deficits.
As a training tool, SEMG is a powerful tool, allowing the user to gain awareness of their own voluntary contraction and relaxation efforts and regain control of these functions.
These webinars will provide theoretical updates and practical skills-based evidence on the SEMG Biofeedback Assessment and Treatment of Incontinence, CPP and Sexuality in men and women.
Video Format: MP4Length: 53:50 mins
Claudia Rosenblatt Hacad PT, M.Sc., BCB-PMD is a physical therapist and researcher, conducting research related to PT Intervention for Bladder Pain Syndrome in Physical Therapy Division at “Hospital das Clinicas” of Medicine Faculty of the “Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP)” in Brazil. Claudia treats patients with urinary incontinence, OAB and BPS in the Urology Outpatient ward at the “Hospital das Clinicas”. In the last years, Claudia presented workshops and courses in China, Canada, and Colombia. In Brazil, she usually gives classes for post-graduate students and PTs and presents several workshops and webinars yearly. Claudia is also the owner of a well-known private practice in Sao Paulo, Brazil