A virtual event not to be missed!
Date, Time & Cost
Wed, May 1, 2019, 9:00 AM
Cost: $25 – $50
The Pudendal Neuralgia Online Patient Conference is a virtual event that will be available online as of May 1, 2019. This conference, sponsored by the Pudendal Neuralgia Association, Inc. and The Alliance for Pelvic Pain will feature four renowned medical experts, Dr. Richard P. Marvel, Dr. Amy Stein, Dr. Allyson Shrikhande, and Dr. Alexandra T. Milspaw. They will discuss such topics as pudendal neuralgia as an overlapping condition, how to diagnose pudendal neuralgia, and a variety of treatment options such as modifying activities, physical therapy, medications, nerve blocks, nutrition, training the Brain to heal painful habits, and neuromodulation.
The audience will have the opportunity to submit questions and the panel will answer as many as time allows. We will not be able to answer any questions about an individual’s symptoms, presentation or management.
Listen to this wealth of information from the comfort of your own home. Visit www.pudendalassociation.org for more information.
- Pudendal Neuralgia: From Behavioral Modulation to Neuromodulation Richard P. Marvel, M.D., FACOG, FACS Dr. Marvel will discuss pudendal neuralgia, the diagnosis and management, in a framework of overlapping conditions. Treatment options will be reviewed, and discussed, and how an expert outlines a plan of management that can be effective.
- Physical Therapy: A Key Component to Treating Pudendal Neuralgia Amy Stein, DPT, BCB-PMD, IF Dr. Stein will talk about the evaluation and treatment of pudendal and pelvic neuralgias in relation to the neuromusculoskeletal system. She will discuss current PT interventions, address specific tissue dysfunctions, skeletal misalignment and muscle imbalances through manual therapy techniques, neuromuscular control, behavioral modifications, and central nervous system down-regulation.
- Comprehensive Approach to Pain Management Including Nerve Blocks, Medication, and Nutrition Allyson Shrikhande, M.D. A look at Pelvic Pain and Pudendal Neuralgia from the Physiatry perspective. Particularly taking a full body, holistic approach to pain management that encompasses medical and alternative modalities including the importance of nutrition, acupuncture, and meditation.
- Training the Brain to Heal Painful Habits Alexandra T. Milspaw, Ph.D., M.Ed., LPC Dr. Milspaw will review the effects of chronic pain, trauma, and stress on the brain and nervous system followed by a description and demonstration of exercises that heal these physical changes.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach us by phone at 762-233-3678
What’s the refund policy?
No refunds once purchased.