Workshop om inkontinens hos børn

Lørdag og søndag d. 1 og 2 september 2018 er vi så heldige at kunne udbyde en to-dages workshop om inkontinens hos børn med den amerikanske fysioterapeut Carina Siracusa.

Sted: Hvidovre Hospital auditorie 3+4
Dato: 1.-2. september
Pris: 3000,- for medlemmer af DUGOF. 4000,- for ikke-medlemmer
Tilmeldingsfrist: 20. august 2018

Lørdag og søndag d. 1 og 2 september 2018 er vi så heldige at kunne udbyde en to-dages workshop om inkontinens hos børn med den amerikanske fysioterapeut Carina Siracusa (se hendes CV). Carina kommer til DK fordi hun er inviteret oplægsholder på ”Nordic Seating symposium / Nordisk siddesymposium” og hun har sagt ja til at afholde en workshop for DUGOF, nu hvor hun er i landet.

Workshoppen er en teoretisk workshop og den foregår på engelsk!

Pris: 3000,- for medlemmer, 4000,- for ikke-medlemmer.

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Sted: Hvidovre Hospitalauditorie 3-4 

 

Program:
Physical Therapy Treatment of the Pediatric Pelvic Floor Patient: Birth to 18 years

Summary of Overall Course Objective/Goal: This course will allow the participants to learn about the development of the pelvic floor through the early life span.  Early development of bladder and bowel control will be discussed for both typically developing and developmentally disabled children.  Toilet training techniques for typically developing children will be shared.  Common neurological dysfunctions will be discussed as well as bowel and bladder training for the neurologically disabled child.  Common pelvic floor dysfunctions of teenagers will be discussed such as amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea and pediatric pelvic pain.  Treatment of bladder dysfunction in children and teenagers will be discussed including the use of sEMG biofeedback.  Education and treatment of the incontinent teenage athlete will be outlined.

Course Objectives

1.)   Participants will be able to identify the neurological conditions that may affect the bowel and bladder in the pediatric pelvic floor patient.

2.)   Participants will be able to identify the risk factors in the adolescent patient for incontinence or pelvic pain.

3.)   Participants will be able to describe the development of the lower urinary tract system in the infant and toddler.

4.)   Participants will be able to identify proper physical therapy treatment techniques for the pediatric pelvic floor patient.

5.)   Participants will be able to apply developmental concepts to the treatment of pediatric pelvic floor disorders.

Proposed Course Outline:

Day 1 (8-6)

Review of pelvic floor anatomy (1 hour)

Development of the Lower Urinary Tract System (1 hour)

Development of the physiology of micturition and defecation (2 hours)

Normal potty training (1 hour)

Pediatric Urinary Dysfunction (1 hour)

Pediatric Defecatory Dysfunction (1 hour)

Pediatric Neurologic Dysfunction (2 hours)

 

Day 2 (8-3)

LAB: Biofeedback for the pediatric therapist (1.5 hours)

Menstruation and the adolescent (.75 hours)

Adolecent pelvic pain (.75 hours)

Strategies for treating pelvic pain in the adolescent client (1 hour)

Adolecent Sexuality (1 hour)

Treating the childhood sexual abuse survivor (1 hour)