Richmond: Men’s Health & The Pelvic FloorTuesday, February 18, 2020
About the Topic
A strong pelvic floor is an important aspect of men’s health and quality of life. Weakened, stretched, or injured pelvic muscles can cause pain, erectile dysfunction, or urinary issues. In this seminar, we’ll explore the causes of pelvic floor dysfunction and treatment options using physical therapy. This seminar would be particularly beneficial to men experiencing or looking to avoid any of these concerns, as well as those who have a history of prostate surgery or prostate cancer.
- Discover the most common “Men’s Health” diagnoses and impact on the population at large
- Review the male pelvic floor anatomy/physiology as it relates to daily function
- Explore pelvic floor dysfunction and treatment options with therapy
- Ask questions regarding men’s health, the pelvic floor, or physical therapy in general
About the Speaker
Daniel Roquemore, PT, DPT
Pivot Physical Therapy
Daniel Roquemore holds a bachelor of science from James Madison University and a doctorate of physical therapy from Mary Baldwin University. He specializes in treating male pelvic floor dysfunction with symptoms of incontinence, urinary frequency or urgency, and pelvic pain, with a focus on prostate cancer treatment. He has completed specialized training through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute to treat male pelvic floor dysfunction, and is pursuing the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) that requires 2000 hours of clinical practice with pelvic floor cases.
Dates and Times
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Midday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Evening from 6:00 to 7:00 pm
7001 Forest Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230
Suite 110 is located on the ground floor of our building. Look for signage in the lobby to help you find your way.