A Naturopathic Approach to rUTI Management
Tuesday, September 27th, 2022
Dr. Ashley Girard is a Naturopathic Doctor in Ontario, and the owner of Holistic Bladder Care, a practice focused on female bladder and pelvic conditions that stem from her own struggles with recurrent UTIs and bladder pain syndrome.
She collaborates with practitioners globally in order to help patients access effective treatment options with the goal of achieving a better quality of life with these conditions. She has additional training on hormone balance, digestive issues, thyroid diseases, and other chronic pain conditions. Dr. Girard is passionate about educating her patients, finding root causes of disease, and inspiring change that leads to healing.
In this talk, Dr. Girard discusses the pathogenesis of recurrent UTIs, a holistic approach for treatment and management, and reviews cases of commonly encountered patients. The presentation is followed by a Q&A.
The talk is 45 minutes followed by a live and informative Q&A.
Managing UTIs: Specialists and Primary Care Best Practices
Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
Dr. Lysanne Campeau is an Associate Professor of Surgery at McGill University and a Urologist at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. Dr. Campeau specializes in neurogenic voiding disorders and incontinence, as well as pelvic reconstruction. She is an active researcher and is involved in several research societies. She has published over 60 peer-reviewed articles, is a reviewer for several research journals, and a recipient of numerous prestigious awards in her field.
In this talk, Dr. Campeau reviews the Urology guidelines for recurrent UTIs and the management of acute and trigger associated UTIs in both primary and specialty care.
The talk is 45 minutes followed by a live and informative Q&A.
Management of Overactive Bladder and a Review of Natural Solutions.
Tuesday June 21st, 2022
Dr. Bilal Chughtai is an Associate Professor of Urology and an Associate Professor of Urology in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine. He is also an Associate Attending Urologist at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Chughtai specializes in Voiding Dysfunction, Female Urology, and Neurourology.
In this presentation, Dr. Chughtai reviews the current guidelines and options for the management of overactive bladder. He also discuss a new natural product for OAB and its supporting RCT study.
The talk is 30 minutes followed by a live and informative Q&A.
La gestion des infections urinaires dans un contexte de soins spécialisés ou de première ligne.
Mercredi 1er juin, 2022
La docteure Campeau est une urologue certifiée qui pratique à Montréal à l’Hôpital général juif et qui est professeure agrégée de chirurgie à l’Université McGill. La docteure Campeau participe activement à plusieurs sociétés de recherche, dont l’International Continence Society (ICS) et la Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine and Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU). Elle a publié plus de 60 articles évalués par des pairs et est examinatrice pour plusieurs revues de recherche.
Dre Campeau révisera les directives d’Urologie pour les récurrences des infections urinaires, gestion des infections urinaires aiguës et associées par des activités/éléments déclencheurs et présentera un cas d’étude d’un patient sexuellement actif.
Prevention of Recurrent UTIs – A look at the Urology guidelines, prevention options, and a rUTI case review.
April 5, 2021
Dr. Barbalat completed her medical school and residency training in Urologic surgery at Rutgers Medical School and a fellowship training in Voiding Dysfunction & Female Pelvic Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. She is currently in practice in Massachusetts and specializes in recurrent urinary tract infections, overactive bladder, pelvic floor dysfunction, and incontinence.
In this webinar, Dr. Barbalat reviews the current Urology guidelines for recurrent UTIs, discuss non-antibiotic prevention options, and share a successful case review of a 70-year-old female with recurrent UTIs. The talk is followed by an informative live Q&A session.
Recurrent UTIs – Best practices and non-antibiotic prevention options.
Dr. Milan Shah is a Board Certified Urologist and is part of the Urology Group of Southern California. In this webinar, he speaks on the AUA guidelines for recurrent UTI management and non-antibiotic prevention options. The talk is followed by an extensive Q&A with over 25 questions answered!
Natural UTI Prevention to Build Patient Trust and Repeat Visits.
Co Founder and Managing Director, Utiva
Pharmacist and Owner of Kerrisdale Pharmacy, Vancouver, BC.
In this webinar, Derek Oh reviews UTI management and Utiva’s UTI prevention portfolio. Colin Holyk shares his experience and perspective as a Pharmacist on driving OTC success. The 40 minute talk is followed by an engaging and informative Q&A.
Clinical case studies on interstitial cystitis, catheterized male patient, and advanced diagnostics for rUTI patients.
Dr. Dana Rice is a Urologist in Fairfax, VA and has over 14 years of experience in the medical field. She is affiliated with Innova Fairfax Hospital and Innova Fair Oaks Hospital.
Dr. Thomas Rechtschaffen is a Urologist at the Advanced Urology Centers of New York in Bronxville, NY. He has over 20 years of experience in the urological field and has a strong interest in leading edge diagnostic and treatment options.
In this webinar, Dr. Rice & Dr. Rechtschaffen discuss rUTI clinical case studies, advanced diagnostics, and overall rUTI management best practices. The 40 minute talk is followed by a well-rounded and comprehensive Q&A.
An update on recurrent UTIs and review of latest study on cranberry PACs for UTI prevention (French)
Dr. Jacques Corcos is a surgeon at the Department of Urology at the Jewish General Hospital, a Professor of Surgery (Urology) at McGill University, and a Urology consultant at the Rehabilitation Institute of Montreal.
Dr. Sylvie Dodin is a gynecologist, full professor and clinical researcher in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Saint-François d’Assise Hospital of the CHU de Québec-Université Laval.
In this webinar, Dr. Corcos & Dr. Dodin discuss the management of recurrent UTIs and the latest study on cranberry PACs for UTI prevention. This is a 40-minute talk followed by a live Q&A and is presented in French.
Recurrent UTIs in Women: Guidelines, Antibiotics, Prevention, and Vaccines.
Dr. Curtis Nickel is a Professor of Urology at Queen’s University and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Urologic pain and inflammation. In this webinar, he speaks on the management of recurrent UTls in women, including guidelines, antibiotics, prevention, and vaccines. The talk is followed by a fantastic and engaging Q&A.