The Master in Pelvic Floor Reeducation is oriented towards the specialization of the group of physiotherapists to attend and treat, from public or private health, pelvic floor dysfunctions, whether in gynecology, urology, obstetrics, coloproctology or sexology.
The program has more than 100 hours of theoretical-practical activities, which delves into clinical pathophysiology and therapy treatments with an updated review of techniques and technologies. In addition, the simulation of cases with expert teachers gives a real vision that allows acquiring the necessary skills to intervene in this field.Why are you interested in taking this master's degree?Highly qualified teaching staff with extensive clinical experience.
Eminently practical program, with more than 100 hours of theoretical-practical activities.
Clinical simulation at the Center for Innovation in Simulation (CISARC), a pioneer throughout the State at the university level.
Constant updating of the program with the latest healthcare developments.
Pioneering master's degree in this specialty within the world of physiotherapy.Master in Pelvic Floor ReeducationSchedule
Friday and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
CalendarOctober 2021: 8, 9, 22 and 23
November 2021: 5, 6, 12, 13, 26 and 27
December 2021: 3, 10, 11, 17 and 18
January 2022: 14, 15, 28 and 29
February 2022: 11, 12, 25 and 26
March 2022: 11, 12, 18 and 19
April 2022: 1, 2, 22 and 23
May 2022: 6, 7, 20, 21, 27 and 28
June 2022: 3, 4, 10, 11 and 18* If necessary, the calendar will be subject to change.
The master's degree is aimed at the specialization of the group of physiotherapists to attend and treat, from public or private health, dysfunctions of the pelvic floor, either in gynecology, obstetrics, urology, coloproctology and / or sexology. It offers an in-depth study of clinical pathophysiology and therapy treatments, with an updated review of techniques and technologies, as well as conservative treatments to address pelviperineal dysfunctions, both in men and women.
The program allows, from a totally professional perspective, and from a practical and applied methodology, to acquire all the professional skills necessary for intervention in this field.goalsDeepen knowledge, biomechanics and the different abdominal pelvic anatomical regions. Urogenital anatomical and coloproctological knowledge, through theoretical classes and dissections.
Acquire the therapeutic methodology, as well as the clinical record and the necessary training, to develop a physiotherapeutic diagnosis based on clinical reasoning.
Acquire the necessary knowledge to perform physiotherapy treatments based on updated scientific evidence and adapted according to the problem of the pelvic floor to be treated.
Train the student in "problem-based" learning by addressing simulated clinical cases.
Acquire the basic capacities, skills and resources necessary in research methodologies for the development of research projects in accordance with this field of specialization.
Training in relational skills, actively participating in a multidisciplinary team and contributing their own expert vision.PracticesProfessionals who want to dedicate themselves to this specialty will have to know the visceral areas and the intracavitary area. For this reason, some practices and certain treatments will be performed intracavitary, always on a voluntary basis and with the possibility of performing them on an anatomical model.EvaluationTo obtain the master's diploma, it will be essential that participants meet the following requirements:Compulsory attendance at 80% of the total theoretical teaching hours.
Delivery and completion of the Master's Final Project.
Positive evaluation of the practical part.
Passing two exams.ProgramModule 1. Urogynecology and obstetrics.Anatomy and pathophysiology in urogynecology and functional tests.
Pelvic floor anatomy. Practice in dissection.
Surgical treatment in urology.
Medical history and records. Practices. Role playing.
Ultrasound examination of the abdomen.
Lumbopelvic stabilization. Practices.
Scientific evidence. Methodology.
Pelvic floor neurology.
Physiotherapy treatment in pediatrics. Practices.
Electrotherapy, biofeedback and neuromodulation of the posterior tibialis. Practices.
Hormonal system in women.Module 2. Obstetrics.Process of childbirth, forces in childbirth and performance of the midwife.
Physiotherapy in pregnancy.
Preparation for childbirth. Practices.
Postpartum physical therapy. Practices.
Osteopathic techniques in urogynecology and obstetrics.
Physiotherapy in chronic pelvic pain.
Simulated clinical cases.Module 3. Coloproctology.Anatomy, pathophysiology, and functional tests.
Nutrition in coloproctology.
Manual therapy applied to the digestive system.
Physiotherapy in coloproctology. Practices.Module 4. Physiosexology.Biosexuality and hormonal influence on sexuality.
Physiosexology: vaginismus, anorgasmia, dyspareunia, vaginal health, menopause and cancer. Practices.
Sexual dysfunction in men.Module 5. Guidelines and tools for pelvic floor reeducation.Neuromodulation in the pelvic floor.
Physical exercise, sport and pelvic floor for women.
Nutrition in the pelvic floor.
Manual therapy applied to the pelvic floor.Module 6. Methodology and research.Databases and bibliographic research.
Management of paperpile references.
Document management (Google Drive).
Master's Final Project