Free Webinar: An Introduction to Urinary Incontinence and How Pelvic Floor PT Can Help

February 15, 2022

Do you need to rush to the bathroom when you hear running water or right after you park your car in the driveway? Ever pee, even a little, when you sneeze, cough, laugh, run, or jump? Do you have difficulty starting your stream of urine or need to go again right after you’ve peed? 

These are just some clues that you might benefit from pelvic floor physical therapy in order to address urinary dysfunction, whether it be leakage, incontinence, or even going to the bathroom too often. Urinary incontinence is common, but it doesn’t need to be something you live with. 

In this upcoming one-hour webinar, I will be going over more specifics about what urinary incontinence is, some easy lifestyle changes you can do for your bladder health, and how physical therapy might benefit you or a loved one. If you’re curious about pelvic health, I hope you’ll attend. The event is FREE and virtual, so you can attend from the comfort of your living room!

DATE: Monday, February 21, 2022

TIME: 5:30pm EST

SIGN UP: Email me to receive the Zoom link

Disclaimer:  The views expressed in this post are based on the opinion of the author, unless otherwise noted, and should not be taken as personal medical advice. The information provided is intended to help readers make their own informed health and wellness decisions.

Dr. Molly Weingart

Physical Therapist
Molly Weingart is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) who specializes in pelvic health, women's health, lymphedema treatment, and general orthopedics. She works at Activcore in Princeton, New Jersey, located just 2 miles from Princeton University. Molly believes in tailoring each patient’s treatment to fit that individual’s goals and lifestyle.
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