The Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences (CMMS) at the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) has recently organised a workshop titled “Diseases and Disorders Affecting the Pelvic Floor Area in Women”.
The workshop witnessed the participation of 30 male and female doctors, as well as specialists in various fields such as gynaecology, obstetrics, urology, family medicine, nursing, midwifery, pharmacy and physiotherapy. Attendees included doctors and academics from various health institutions in the Kingdom, such as the Salmaniya Medical Complex, King Hamad University Hospital and the University Medical Centre. Academic institutions like the University of Bahrain and the Faculty of Medicine of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland were also represented.
The training branch of the Second International Conference on Obstetrics and Gynaecology was led by Professor Diaa Rizk, Head of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, and Professor Dr Fadela Al Najjar, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Consultant with expertise in urinary incontinence problems, pelvic and vaginal reconstructive surgery, and general women’s surgeries at Al Kindi Hospital. The training also featured esteemed international speakers, including Professor Dr Islam Magalov from Sechenov Moscow Medical University and Professor Themos Grigoriadis from the National University of Athens.
The training workshop aimed to raise awareness among healthcare professionals about the diseases and disorders affecting the pelvic floor area in women. It focused on providing insight into the stages of development, causes and methods of diagnosis using modern technologies and new treatments. The workshop also addressed the challenges faced by healthcare staff in dealing with these diseases and presented the latest methods of caring for women’s health.
Furthermore, the training explored surgical interventions and discussed the latest methods and techniques for treating these conditions, including endoscopic methods and physical therapy sessions.
In summary, the workshop provided a platform for knowledge exchange and discussion among medical professionals and specialists, with the aim of enhancing the understanding of these conditions, their diagnosis and treatment methods, ultimately leading to improved care for women’s health.