Session

Chronic pelvic pain in men and women

ESU Course 19

  • Location:
    Room 16, Capital suite (level 3)
  • Chair:
     D.S. Engeler, St. Gallen (CH)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    The urologist is often dealing with patients having Chronic Pelvic Pain. This course will offer the urologist practical guidance in treating these patients. In the case discussion the participants will have the opportunity to help outlining the problem. In the lectures theoretical knowledge will be translated into daily guidelines for diagnostics and treatment of patients with pelvic pain.
    At the end of this course the participant will
    • Know the basic principles of treating patients with chronic pelvic pain.
    • Know how to rule out well known causes.
    • Have knowledge of the myofascial and psychological aspects.
    • Be able to refer patients at the right time to the right team.

Chronic pelvic pain, the basics: Mechanisms and terminology
Chronic pelvic pain in men: Case presentation and discussion
 D.S. Engeler, St. Gallen (CH)
Chronic pelvic pain in men: Practical guidelines on diagnostics and treatment
 D.S. Engeler, St. Gallen (CH)
Chronic pelvic pain in women: Case presentation and discussion
Chronic pelvic pain in women: Practical guidelines on diagnostics and treatment
The interdisciplinary approach: Team members and organisation
 D.S. Engeler, St. Gallen (CH)