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Interdisciplinary Approach to Female Pelvic Pain: It Takes a Village (Recorded Webinar)

presented by Cynthia E. Neville, PT, DPT, WCS

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Financial: Dr. Cynthia Neville receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. She is the owner of Neville Know-How, Inc. There is no financial interest beyond that.

Nonfinancial: Dr. Cynthia Neville has no competing nonfinancial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

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Video Runtime: 115 Minutes, Learning Assessments: 20 Minutes

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Chronic or persistent pelvic pain affects 1 in 7 women. It's often associated with other comorbidities, including depression and anxiety, and with other pelvic floor symptoms, including urinary urgency and incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and bowel symptoms, such as irritative voiding, fecal incontinence, and constipation. In chronic pelvic pain, the musculoskeletal system is typically involved as a victim, a culprit, or both, yet it may not be considered in diagnosis and treatment.

This two-part webinar series will explore advances in our understanding of diagnosis and treatment of female pelvic pain. In part 1, conversations with expert medical providers, including a gynecologist, a urogynecologist, a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist, a pain medicine specialist, a mental health provider, a physical therapist, and an occupational therapist, will highlight how it takes a village of medical and clinical providers to comprehensively treat and manage this disabling condition.

In part 2 (coming soon!), we'll explore the interdisciplinary care of women with chronic pelvic pain through a series of case studies. Physical and occupational therapists working with women, primarily in outpatient rehabilitation settings as well as other care settings, will gain skills and knowledge of their role in treating pelvic pain and how the interdisciplinary team supports the care of women with pelvic pain.

Meet Your Instructor

Cynthia E. Neville, PT, DPT, WCS

Dr. Cynthia (Cindy) Neville is an assistant professor of physical therapy at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in Jacksonville, Florida. She is a women's health clinical specialist (WCS), board-certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Her outpatient clinical practice at Mayo Clinic Florida primarily serves women and men with pelvic floor disorders.…

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1. What Is Female Pelvic Pain?

The problem of female pelvic pain will be examined, including epidemiology and etiology, as well as financial and quality-of-life impacts. The common pathways that patients use to access healthcare for pelvic pain will be explored.

2. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Female Pelvic Pain

In this chapter, Dr. Neville will conduct a series of interviews with medical and mental healthcare providers. Interviews will explore the roles of different providers in the diagnosis and treatment of female pelvic pain.

3. The Role of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Female Pelvic Pain

In this chapter, we’ll examine the role of physical and occupational therapists. Dr. Neville will discuss diagnosis and treatment interventions, and we’ll review interviews with PTs and OTs, in which they explore their roles in the diagnosis and treatment of female pelvic pain.

4. It Takes a Village

In this chapter, Dr. Neville will synthesize the interdisciplinary perspectives of the providers interviewed to paint a picture of the interdisciplinary approach to treatment of female pelvic pain.

5. Question and Answer Session

This chapter is a viewer-submitted question and answer session facilitated by the instructor, Cindy Neville.

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