Endometriosis, a condition difficult to diagnose, is associated with painful sexual activity and affects women and relationships negatively. However, it is often underdiagnosed, and there is lack of knowledge and awareness about this medical relevant and impairing condition.
Its detrimental effects are felt in various aspects of women's lives namely their sexuality. In our webinar we will look at endometriosis, to what it is and how it can be diagnosed and approached, but also at some useful clinical interventions that may be beneficial to women.
- Opening and short introduction by Gerald Brock, President-Elect ISSM
- Welcome by the moderator – Padmini Prasad (India)
Endometriosis and sexual function - Mijal Luria (Israel)
Pelvic floor PT for endometriosis - Dee Hartmann (USA)
- Q&A Session
Committee Member – Sexuality Education, International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM)
Secretary, Council of Sex Education and Parenthood International (CSEPI)
National Co-Ordinator – Sexual medicine committee, FOGSI
Gold Medalist – M.D. (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
Recipient of numerous awards and felicitations
Regularly featured on Television & Radio
Gynecologist and Sex Therapist.
President of the Israeli Society for Sex Therapy (ISST) and immediate Past President of the Israeli Society for Sexual Medicine (ILSSM). Director of the Center for Sexual Health at the Hadassah Mt. Scopus Medical Center and Clinical Director of the Rotem Center for Multidisciplinary Sex Therapy, in Jerusalem, Israel.
Member of the Executive Committee of the European Federation of Sexology's (EFS). Co-chair of the European Federation of Sexology's (EFS) Scientific Committee.
Dee is an internationally recognized educator, author, and speaker on the treatment of chronic vulvar pain and sexual dysfunction. She and Elizabeth Wood co-authored, “The Pleasure Prescription: A Surprising Approach to Healing Sexual Pain” in 2021. Together, they manage the Center for Genital Health and Education and VulvaLove.