Schedule & Topics

Join this 3-part in-depth webinar series on the pelvic floor

  • Part 1: January 12th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET)

    Transabdominal ultrasound of the pelvic floor: Pelvic floor anatomy and function, evaluation of the paravaginal tissue, pelvic floor muscles contraction quantification (mode B and M), bladder volume and post-void residual volume, ultrasound as a biofeedback tool.

  • Part 2: January 19th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET)

    Transperineal ultrasound: Pelvic floor anatomy and function, pelvic floor muscles contraction quantification, urethral mobility quantification, posterior urethrovesical and anorectal angle assessment, pelvic organ prolapse assessment, anal sphincter evaluation, ultrasound as a biofeedback tool.

  • Part 3: January 26th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (CET)

    abdominal wall assessment in abdominal and pelvic floor disorders: Abdominal function and pelvic floor disorders, sonographic assessment of abdominal muscles: morphology and function (validity, reliability and clinical relevance), relevant landmarks, diastasis recti management and sonographic assessment (inter-recti distance, distortion index and functional evaluation), ultrasound as a biofeedback tool.

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Sign-up for this advanced webinar series and you'll receive:

  • 4,5 hours of evidence-based content, accredited with 4,5 CME points

  • Access to live webinar to interact with our presenter(s)

  • After completion of the full webinar you'll receive a digital Certificate of Attendance.

  • 1-month access to the recording of the webinar and articles.

Presenter

Pelvic Floor Trainer

Montse Rejano Campo

Montse started working as a physiotherapist in 2007. During her MSc (2013-2015) at the University of Alcala, she discovered the use of rehabilitative ultrasound. Since then, she has been passionate about this imaging modality which she constantly applies in practice to understand biomechanical mechanisms in the pelvis and the trunk. Montse worked in France for ten years, where she worked both in hospital and private clinical settings. She obtained her University Diploma in Pelviperineology from the University Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris. She joined SonoSkills in 2015, where she develops and teaches the pelvic floor muscle courses. In 2016, Montse joined the University Hospital of Caen, where she combined clinical practice and research. Currently she lives in Germany, working on various research projects including ultrasound, pelvic floor and lumbopelvic pain.

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