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Biopsychosocial Approach to Pelvic floor and Sexual Dysfunction (8 CE Hours)

8 CE Hours

Presented by: Uchenna Ossai, DPT, PT

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

AASECT Category:

Human Sexuality Education
Section H

AND

Sex Therapy Education
Section D

$280.00

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Biopsychosocial Approach to Pelvic floor and Sexual Dysfunction (8 CE Hours)

8 CE Hours

Presented by: Uchenna Ossai, DPT, PT

Recorded workshop available via video on demand

AASECT Category:

Human Sexuality Education
Section H

AND

Sex Therapy Education
Section D

$280.00

Description

 

This discussion will include a comprehensive review on the role of the pelvic floor in the sexual function of all genders. The lecture will review the fundamental function of the pelvic floor, common sexual and pelvic floor disorders, the impact of chronic illness on sexual and pelvic health, as well as evidence-based intervention strategies.
Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the anatomical considerations for pelvic floor dysfunction.
  2. Describe the biopsychosocial framework in the context of sexual and pelvic health.
  3. Describe two evidence-based treatment strategies for common sexual and pelvic health conditions.
  4. Explain how sexual and pelvic health function are impacted by chronic illness.
  5. Demonstrate how to screen patients for existing pelvic floor dysfunction and sexual dysfunction in clinical practice.
  6. List 2 common pelvic floor disorders.
  7. Describe 1 pelvic floor disorder
  8. Describe 1 treatment for a pelvic flood disorder

Activity Schedule

Activity Schedule

  • 30 minutes Introduction
  • 2 hours, 15 minutes – Pelvic Floor Anatomy/Physiology and Pelvic Floor Conditions
  • 1 hour, 15 minutes – Assessment and Treatments
  • 1 hour – Interactive Lecture/Lab
  • 1 hour, 30 minutes Sexual and Pelvic Health Considerations
  • 1 hour – Case Review
  • 30 minutes – Wrap up and Q&A

Speaker Bio:

Uchenna Ossai, DPT, PT, WCS, CLT is the manager of the Pelvic Health Physical Therapy program for the Women’s Health Institute. She received her clinical doctorate in physical therapy at University of Illinois at Chicago and completed her residency in Women’s Health and Movement Impairment Science at Washington University in St. Louis.

In 2016, she completed the University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program in Sexuality Counseling and Education. She created and developed the pelvic health physical therapy program at Houston Methodist Hospital where she was on faculty for the Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship as well as the Urology Residency Program.

Uchenna’s clinical and research interest include chronic pelvic pain for individuals of all genders, sexual dysfunction, and pelvic floor dysfunction for marginalized populations, particularly women of color and the LGBTQIA community.