Pelvic Floor Functional Anatomy
- Pelvic Floor : Myology and Fasciae - Κ. Gyftopoulos
- Periprostatic Fascia. Embryologic development of the prostate and external urethral sphincter -Κ. Gyftopoulos
- Innervation of the sphincteric mechanism. Main features of Urinary Continence -Κ. Gyftopoulos
- Anatomy of the female urethra. Pelvic floor muscles. Endopelvic fascia ενδοπυελική περιτονία -Κ. Giannitsas
- Innervation, function and dynamic imaging of the pelvic floor - Κ. Giannitsas
- Questions: Post-prostatectomy incontinence and Innervation. Time necessary for restoration of nerve fibres. Vesicourethral anastomosis - Κ. Giannitsas
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Re-educating the pelvic floor muscles. Different phases. Demonstration of exercises.
Exercising while identifying and becoming aware of pelvic floor musclesς - Μ. Kalaitzi
Demonstration of functional exercises combined with loading of other muscle groups. Integration of muscle activity.
- Pelvic Floor Exercises in males with incontinence - Th. Makris
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes: Definition – Etiology – Trigger points and physiotherapeutic assessment - P. Zyrinoglou
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes: Treatment - Trigger points - Therapeutic Protocol - P. Zyrinoglou
- Demonstration of exercises. Physiotherapeutic intervention-P. Zyrinoglou
- How to exercise pelvic floor muscles at home. Discussion -Conclusions P. Zyrinoglou