Pudendal Neuralgia and other Intrapelvic Causes of Neuropathic Pain
Pudendal neuralgia and other intrapelvic nerve entrapment syndromes are poorly understood conditions. This lecture will go through the definition and symptoms associated with intrapelvic nerve entrapment, briefly reviewing the laparoscopic anatomy of the intrapelvic nerves. Dr. Lemos will briefly describe what minimally invasive surgery is and review how candidates are chosen for surgery. He will outline what physiotherapists need to know for their patients before and after surgery including timelines and exercise prescription.
What do you get in this course?
- Slides to each lecture
- Lifetime Access: You can come back to this course at any time. If any material is updated or material is added to the course, you will have access to the new content.
- Certification of Completion: once you've created the course you will get a certificate for your professional portfolio.
- Access to this course is through Embodia and while some of the content, such as the workbook can be downloaded, the majority cannot. This is to protect the instructor’s material and to prevent the content from being shared freely on the internet.
- Embodia is mobile-friendly and can be accessed on phone, tablet and computer.
- There is no start date or completion date. You can complete the course at your own pace.
- You will be sent a receipt as soon as you purchase this course. This receipt can be used for education grants (such as The Allied Health Professional Development Fund) and for tax purposes.
- Bite sized information: all of the content is broken down into bite sized chunks so that you can easily watch a video on your break, over lunch or for a few minutes at night.
- You will receive a Special Coupon for 15% off any other online course on Embodia Academy when you’ve completed this course!
Audience: Rehab Professionals (PT, PTA, OT, OTA, AT, ET, Kin, etc), movement specialists, yoga teachers, yoga therapists, and those interested in learning more about pelvic floor health and wellness.
This course was recorded at the 6th Pelvic Health Solutions Symposium in 2019