Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Course Module 2 - ATHENS 2024
4 days
Seminar Room EPIMORFOSIS 105 Karaoli & Dimitriou Str. (ex Eleftherias), 18345 – Moschato – Athens Tel. : +30 210 4829303
200€   ( until 12/11/2024 )
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The seminar is addressed exclusively to Medical Doctors and Physiotherapists,(AEI, ΤΕΙ or other equivalent degrees).

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Γλώσσα του σεμιναρίου θα είναι η Ιταλική και θα υπάρχει ταυτόχρονη μετάφραση στα Ελληνικά.


LLLC, EPIMORFOSIS intends to organize a Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation seminar Module 2 with professor Dott.ssa Arianna Bortolami.

The seminar lasts 4 days and will be held in Athens.

The cost of the seminar is 550€.

To finalize your participation, a deposit of 200€ must be paid.

The remaining amount of 350€ must be deposited at least 2 days before the beginning of the seminar.

The seminar provides for * Individual optional practice among the trainees

To complete the method, a 2nd part (4 days) is foreseen, which will be scheduled to take place on the 1st semester of 2023.

For participants who wish to receive certification in the method, examinations are provided at the end of Part 2.

The seminar lasts 4 days.
In the first two days we will deal with Physiotherapy and Pelvic Ground Rehabilitation in urinary incontinence in women and men.
This seminar includes rehabilitation strategies for various forms of urinary incontinence, of non-neurogenic origin, for women and men. Physiotherapy and pelvic floor rehabilitation are the first treatment option for non-neurogenic urinary incontinence.
This symptom, defined as involuntary loss of urine, has a profound effect on quality of life: sufferers often report feelings of embarrassment, stress, discomfort to the environment, and people close to them.
This can lead to changes in emotional, relational and social life. In addition, incontinence can have significant financial costs.
In recent decades, the international literature has paid close attention to this problem: in this way, scientific data and experiments have shown the effectiveness of various treatment options, including physiotherapy and pelvic floor rehabilitation.
It consists of a series of techniques and equipment, which through a process of clinical reasoning and in the light of the example of evidence based practice, allow the management of the symptom associated with urinary incontinence of non-neurogenic etiology.

At the end of the 1st 2 days the participant will be able to:
• Knows what forms of incontinence can be treated with physical therapy and pelvic floor rehabilitation
• Performs functional evaluation of the patient suffering from urinary incontinence of non-neurogenic origin
• Plan the physiotherapy intervention and rehabilitation
• Knows techniques and tools regarding the definition, scientific data, how to use, indications and contraindications
• Knows the final results of the treatment that followed

Presentation of the 2nd 2-day seminar
In the 2nd two days we will deal with Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Pelvic Pain Syndrome. It is a specialized course designed specifically to manage rehabilitation in Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPs) which is a condition defined by the presence of chronic pain or persistent for at least six months and is perceived in structures connected to the pelvis, in the absence of concomitant inflammation or other overt local pathology that could be responsible for the pain. Symptoms may include lower urinary tract, sexual organs, intestinal tract and genital tract · often the repercussions are in the area of consciousness, behaviour, sexual, emotional. Pain can be felt in one or more organs or areas. This symptom, which can be found in women and men, is a situation so frustrating that it severely limits the life of the sufferer.  In recent years the scientific literature, recognizing the presence of this syndrome, has defined the appropriate diagnostic treatment options, indicating the musculoskeletal system as one of the organs involved, especially with regard to the pelvic floor muscles; it has additionally identified physiotherapy among the indicated treatments for the management of this syndrome.

At the end of the seminar the participant will:
• Can identify Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
• Performs the functional assessment of the patient suffering from CPPs (Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome)
• Design physiotherapeutic intervention and rehabilitation
• Knows techniques and tools in relation to definition, scientific evidence, how to use, indications and contraindications
• Can evaluate the final results of the treatment that followed

  The book by Dott.ssa Arianna Bortolami
   Images: 73 + 94 disegni         Rehabilitation of the pelvic floor
   Bookbinding: brossurato        Author: Dott.ssa Arianna Bortolami
   Size: 19.5cm x 26.5cm          Title: Rehabilitation of the pelvic floor with DVD ROM
   ISBN: 9788821430893        Published: May 2009
         Pages: 304                                                         


The book deals with the treatment of pelvic floor rehabilitation for urological, gynecological, ortho-proctological, sexual and painful symptoms, related to the dysfunctions of this area.
It is written by physiotherapists, specialists and other experts in the field, confirming the importance of an interdisciplinary approach.
The book is based on the specific process used in physiotherapy: functional evaluation, planning, intervention and evaluation of results, developed within a clinical reasoning.

The book is divided into three parts: Anatomy, Pathology, Rehabilitation.

The text refers to the scientific data and standardized terminology of world-renowned scientific societies, such as the International Society of Restraint (ICS).

The various phases of the restoration are described with the help of many illustrations, drawings and tables.

For the available treatment and rehabilitation techniques and means, the various methods of use are described, facilitating the understanding of clinical practice.

The book is accompanied by a DVD containing a series of annotated videos describing procedures related to functional evaluation, such as visual observation, manual evaluation, and rehabilitation therapy, such as therapeutic exercise, proposed in the various phases of the rehabilitation process. Biofeedback and functional electrical stimulation.


Download index book.

Time Schedule
Ways of Payment

1. Credit or Deposit card payment
You can deposit the down payment or the total fee via credit or deposit card (Visa, Mastercard & American Express) from the webpage of each course, through VivaPayments.
You are solely responsible for the proper entry and the genuineness of your credit/deposit card’s details. EPIMORFOSIS bears no responsibility in case of any error.
Any payment commission is charged to  EPIMORFOSIS

2. Deposit – Transfer to our bank account.
You can deposit or transfer the requested amount for your registration to the following accounts, writing your full name in the field “Reason for the Beneficiary”:
ΙΒΑΝ: GR5501722380005238070348955
IBAN: GR6801102170000021744103439
ΙΒΑΝ: GR4801407080708002002013410
ΙΒΑΝ: GR4502600370000010201090153
The bank transfer fee charged to EPIMORFOSIS

Terms of Participation

1. A certificate of attendance, a degree or a diploma will be issued.
2. Printed handouts are provided (notes or relevant book).
3. In case of cancellation of the seminar due to EPIMORFOSIS’s responsibility, deposited fees will be refunded immediately.
4. EPIMORFOSIS reserves the right to change the date or postopone  seminars, informing participants by phone and / or sms & e-mail. In such a  case participants are entitled to request full refund of their fees if they do not wish to attend the seminar on the new date or to use this amount for their participation in other seminars or services of the company.
5. In the event of a strike, government’s bans, heavy bad weather, and generally any event beyond the reasonable control of the organisers  which impedes the execution of part or all of the seminar, the organizers reserve the right to change the date and time of the event. In this case the fees are not refundable but are valid as they are.
6. Cancellation of participation due to participant’s responsibility is possible only by email, as follows:
• up to 30 days prior to the start of the seminar, all deposits are refundable.
• up to 15 days prior to the start of the seminar, 50% is refundable.
• no refund after this deadline, exceptions could be only by decision of EPIMORFOSIS.
7. The realisation of the course will be confirmed by email or/and sms to be sent to participants, in time.
8. It is advised to not buy your flight tickets until you receive this confirmation email (or/and sms).
9. LLC-1 EPIMORFOSIS keeps the right to change course venues.


Σεμινάριο Αποκατάστασης Πυελικού Εδάφους Module 2 – ΑΘΗΝΑ 2024


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