Gynaec Update 2013 Pelvic Floor problems
9th & 10th november 2013
Hyderabad Marriott Hotel,Hyderabad,India
Dr. Sand is the Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine; and Director, Evanston Continence Center, North Shore University Health System.Read More
Dr. Shobeiri is the Section Chief of the Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center since 2002. After graduating from the University of Washington in Seattle,Read More
We welcome you to our 15th Annual CME, on the 9th and 10th of November, 2013. This year the CME is being jointly organized by Fernandez Hospital and the UPIA (Urogynecology, Pelvic Floor Disorders and Incontinence Association) local Chapter of IUGA. We have chosen a fresh topic – problems with the pelvic floor. The prevalence of Pelvic Floor Disorders (PFDs) is often underestimated. One out of every three women, at some point in her life, experiences PFD, affecting the quality of her life. Common pelvic floor disorders are urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and voiding dysfunction.
Who should attend and why ?
Obstetricians : To understand the role of childbirth and its effect on the pelvic floor.
Gynaecologists :To reinforce their knowledge of patient evaluation and use of urodynamic information to select the best anti-incontinence operation, and also to update themselves on pelvic reconstructive vaginal surgery from experts.
Urologists : To get an update on the recent advances in pelvic floor imaging and pelvic reconstructive surgery in women.
Radiologists : To understand pelvic floor imaging from a urogynaecological perspective and to get an update on the recent surge in ultrasound imaging of the pelvic floor.
Physiotherapists : To revisit the pelvic floor anatomy from a urogynaecological perspective and to coordinate treatment modalities with the gynaecologists. We have invited two eminent world-renowned urogynaecologists from the United States, Dr. Peter Sand and Dr. Abbas Shobeiri. Between them, and our own distinguished national faculty, we will be taken on an exciting educational journey, at the end of which, hopefully, all of us will be able to break the 'silence' of the "silent suffering".
Come – participate – learn – enjoy!
Thank you. Yours sincerely,
Dr. Kameswari Surampudi
Dr. Anuradha Koduri