Dr Marek Jantos has been invited to present at the 16th Biofeedback Foundation of Europe Meeting to be held in Rzeszow, Poland, September 11-15, 2012. Marek and Sherie will co-present a two day workshop on Female Sexual Pain Disorders and Marek will also present a keynote lecture. Workshop Title New Perspectives on Female Sexual Pain Lecture Role of EMG in Understanding Sexual Pain Disorders Please join us for these and many other great presentations at this conference. Dr Marek Jantos and Sherie Johns have been invited to present at The International Society for Pelviperineology Annual Scientific Meeting in Yokohama, Japan, October 22-25, 2012. Their presentations include a half day workshop, symposium and two lectures. An open invitation to Urologists,...
A special welcome to Sherie Johns who joins Dr Jantos and will assist in his clinical work. Sherie brings with her a wealth of nursing and midwifery experience and the warmth of her personality. Sherie will also assist with further research while at the same time pursuing her PhD program. Read Sherie’s bio.
New Information Brochures These publications are available from the National Vulvodynia Association website or contact us to enquire about ordering through Marek.
Further contributions by Marek Jantos to the scientific understanding and management of pelvic disorder New Book: Jantos M: Surface Electromyography and Myofascial Therapy in the Management of Pelvic Pain Disorders. In G.A. Santoro, P. Wieczorek & C. Bartram (Eds). Pelvic Floor Disorders: Imaging and a Multidisciplinary Approach to Management. Springer Press, 2010.
New Book: Jantos M: Electromyographic assessment of female pelvic floor disorders In Cram’s Introduction to Surface Electromyography (2nd edition). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett, 2010. You can purchase the book here
Marek Jantos dedicates his Ph.D thesis, A Psychophysiological Perspective on Vulvodynia, to his patients. In the dedication he states “This work is dedicated to my patients whose willingness to share their experiences has led me to a better understanding of this disorder.” Marek estimates treating between three and four thousand vulvodynia patients since redirecting his attention to the management of this disorder. His work with vulvodynia commenced at the Sexual Medicine Unit at the Canberra Hospital where he was invited by Dr Gordon White, a senior specialist and director of the unit. In 2010 two major textbooks addressing pelvic disorders will include chapter contributions.