Stimulating Science: Next on The Pelvic Messenger!

By Riva Preil

Get excited for the next episode of The Pelvic Messenger, Stimulating Science with Dr. Kenneth Peters, on August 21, 2014 (1:30 PM EST).

Dr. Kenneth M. Peters is Professor and Chair of Urology at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in Rochester, Michigan. He is also Chair of Urology at Beaumont Health System in Royal Oak, Michigan, and Medical Director of the Women’s Urology Center in Royal Oak, a unique multidisciplinary center dedicated to women with chronic pelvic pain and voiding dysfunction. He graduated with honors from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and earned his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Peters subsequently completed his training in surgery and urology at William Beaumont Hospital, where he also completed a fellowship in female urology and urodynamics.

Widely recognized as a leader in research, Dr. Peters is internationally known for his work on interstitial cystitis, neuromodulation for voiding dysfunction, nerve rerouting surgery to restore voiding in spina bifida patients, and adult human stem cell injection for stress urinary incontinence.

Dr. Peters is an active and well-respected clinician, educator and researcher. He specializes in the treatment of voiding dysfunction and female urology. He has written numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters on incontinence, interstitial cystitis and neuromodulation. He has twice won the Society for Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital Reconstruction (SUFU) clinical research award.

Dr. Peters is an active member of the American Urological Association, the North Central Section of the AUA, the Society for Urodynamics & Female Urology, the Michigan Urological Society, the International Continence Society and served on the Research Council of the American Urological Association. Dr. Peters has a private practice in Royal Oak, Michigan.

If you have any questions for Dr. Peters, please feel free to submit them in advance! Please message them to the Beyond Basics Physical Therapy Facebook fan page. Thank you!

2 thoughts on “Stimulating Science: Next on The Pelvic Messenger!

    1. bbpt1

      It is fairly new, and a lot more trials need to be done and researched. I have not had any patients have it yet, so I’m not sure of the outcomes. Regardless, I would encourage trying PT first, because for many patients that, accompanied with dietary changes and lifestyle modifications, resolves the issues.

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