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What Is Incontinence? Let Us Explain.

Written by: Dr. Jessica Papa, PT, DPT

November23,2020

Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. It can range from leaking when sneezing to not being able to get to the restroom in time. Approximately 13 million Americans are incontinent, 85 percent of whom are women. Incontinence is most common among the elderly. Causes and Symptoms of Incontinence Often, the cause of incontinence

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Telehealth- The PT Experience, Right from Home!

Written by: Caeley Brennan, Client Care Coordinator

November17,2020

One of the positive things to have come out of this crazy year, is the greater utilization of telehealth, across all therapies. Telehealth is an awesome tool in a therapist’s toolbelt because it’s a way to help people who are not only at greater risk but for those who have hectic schedules and other responsibilities

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5 Myths About the Pelvic Floor

Written by: Dr. Jessica Papa, PT, DPT

November9,2020

1. It is normal to leak urine when you work out.  At no time at any age is it normal for anyone to leak urine. Some workouts may be adding stress to the pelvic floor and challenging those muscles to do their job of keeping you dry. It is important to take a look at

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What is the Pelvic Floor and how do Physical Therapists Treat It?

Written by: Dr. Jessica Papa, PT, DPT

November2,2020

Our pelvic floor is a difficult muscle to visualize and understand, yet the role these muscles play is vital in many of our unconscious everyday activities. How can we train a muscle we can’t see and sometimes, can’t even feel? ‘I pee when I jump, I pee when I cough, I have pain during sex,’

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