WOMEN'S PELVIC HEALTH SEMINAR
BE STRONG: Building Strength From the Inside Out
This class will provide education on the anatomy of the pelvic floor and teach you the proper moves to do to build and maintain strength for optimal pelvic floor health!
Dr. Cindy Neville PT, DPT, WCS
PRESENTER: Dr. Elizabeth Templeton, DPT, GCS, CEEAA
DATE: Saturday, May 12, 2018
TIME: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
LOCATION: 13010 Metro Parkway Fort Myers, FL 33966
What You'll Learn
Over 35 million Americans experience some type of incontinence. However, many of them do not seek treatment: On average, it takes men and women 7 years to even get a diagnosis of incontinence after experiencing symptoms. Many suffer in silence due to embarrassment or the notion that incontinence is just something that happens as we age. And for some, incontinence can be truly debilitating, affecting family, work and social life.
The Pelvic Floor plays a vital role in reducing the risk of incontinence, improving sexual intercourse, and improving core stability. FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers, in conjunction with the National Association for Continence is proud to offer this FREE educational seminar on the pelvic floor. This class will teach you about your pelvic floor, it’s function, what happens to it as you go through life changes and how to maintain strength and balance for optimal pelvic floor health. Don’t miss it!
Anatomy and function of the pelvic floor
How to prevent / decrease incontinence
How to accurately strengthen your pelvic floor muscles
Any questions you may have regarding these topics
I was seriously struggling with some prolapse issues. I am very lucky that I was referred to FYZICAL. Learning about how to work on my pelvic floor has made a huge difference in my confidence, and the way that I feel every day. It has made all the difference for me.
Join Us on May 12th!
Please complete this form to reserve your spot for this FREE Women's Health Seminar!
If you have additional questions, please contact us at (239) 603-0089
Dr. Elizabeth Templeton, DPT, GCS, CEEAA
Dr. Elizabeth Templeton is from Philadelphia Pennsylvania and graduated from Arcadia University in 2008 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree. She has over 9 years of experience with experience working in a variety of settings from acute care, home care and outpatient settings. She is a certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist (GCS) and Certified Exercise Expert in Aging Adults (CEEAA). She has a passion for pelvic floor rehabilitation and is working towards gaining her certification as a Postpartum Exercise Corrective Specialist (PECS) and her Clinical Specialty in Women’s Health.