Event price: $ 900,000 COP

Online payment: At the time of your registration you will be able to pay online with credit card and PSE.

Payment in banks:
Present the invoice printed in laser, and approach the following banking entities:

  • Bancolombia
  • Itaú
  • Banco de Bogotá and its banking correspondents: Almacenes Éxito, Carulla, Surtimax, Súper inter.

Face-to-face payment:
Go to the University Cashier and pay with a debit or credit card.

Start date: 27-03-2020

End date: 04-25-2020

Duration: 34.00 hours.

Event city: Medellin

Schedules:
Friday March 27 and April 17 and 24 from 5pm to 9pm and Saturday March 28 and April 18 and 25 from 8am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm

Place:
Medellín, Calle 10 A # 22-04, Poblado, Building C, Physiotherapy stretcher classroom.

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Event Code: 70072269

To register, you must fill out the form to generate the invoice and make the payment online, banks or in person at the University.

Faculty: Physiotherapy

Johana Andrea Areiza Velásquez
Physiotherapy Faculty Assistant
jareiza@ces.edu.co
4440555 ext 1420.

Vicente Agredo Silva
Extension Coordinator
vagredo@ces.edu.co
4440555 ext 1642.

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Description

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Modality

The modality of the event is Face-to-face

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a modality capable of rehabilitating not only urinary incontinence, but the most varied dysfunctions that affect the pelvic floor, treating fecal incontinence, constipation, preparing the woman for childbirth, rehabilitating the postpartum perineum, improving quality of sexual life, increasing the ability to orgasm, acting on dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain, vulvodynia, vaginismus, menopause, flaccidity and vaginal dryness as the main consequence of cancers. Similarly, it intervenes in erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, neurogenic bladders, prostatectomies, nocturnal enuresis, urinary incontinence in children, consequences of genetic and / or acquired gastrointestinal problems, urinary and vaginal infections, urinary retentions and other alterations of the lower urinary tract. , with the aim of restoring function and improving the quality of life of men, women and children. Likewise, it carries out prevention work on athletes and on people who practice different activities in their daily lives that increase intra-abdominal pressure, overloading the structures of the pelvic floor. The human pelvis is complex and can be affected by various problems, such as urinary leakage, pain, fecal loss, constipation, sexual problems, pain in the coccyx, lumbosacral instability during pregnancy, prolapse of the pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus , rectum and intestine. In this scenario, pelvic floor physiotherapy is considered the first treatment option worldwide.

Physiotherapists and Physiotherapy Students.

The work methodology will be face-to-face

Financing

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Study plan

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Objective

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Finance the payment of your registration with SUFI, contact the advisor:

Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
Email: anaceved@bancolombia.com.co

Payment with Severance:
Check with your fund and severance management company about the requirements to make the payment *.
* Applies for diplomas and certifications.

Topics to be discussed during the activity:

  • UNIT 1:
  • What is the pelvic floor?
  • Basic anatomy of the pelvic floor
  • Abdominolumbo-pelvic-perineal complex
  • UNIT 2:
  • Causes of pelvic floor dysfunctions
  • Who suffers from pelvic floor dysfunctions?
  • Urinary / fecal incontinence
  • Female prolapse
  • UNIT 3:
  • Role of the physiotherapist in pelvic floor dysfunctions
  • Principles of Physiotherapeutic Evaluation
  • Intracavitary and extracavitary evaluation practice
  • Bases of the physiotherapeutic intervention
  • Treatment practice (5F)
  • Intracavitary and extracavitary

OVERALL OBJECTIVE:

  • To publicize the bases of the concept of pelvic floor rehabilitation.
  • SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify what the pelvic floor is and how it works.
  • Understand the main causes of pelvic dysfunction, especially incontinence and prolapse.
  • Recognize the role of the physiotherapist in the rehabilitation of pelviperineal dysfunctions.
  • Understand and analyze the aspects that make up the pelvic floor physiotherapeutic evaluation, as well as the intervention techniques and their relationship with the techniques of physiotherapy.
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