- Learn how physical therapy and non-surgical treatment can help bladder weakness.
- Understand the common diagnoses seen by physical therapists, such as incontinence, pelvic pain (including weakness, tightness or pain with intercourse), overactive bladder and prolapse of the pelvic organs, and when a physical therapy referral may be needed.
- Get helpful hints to manage these symptoms and improve your bladder control and overall health, including diet. There is a lot more than Kegel exercises. How to do proper Kegels will also be covered.
Celeste Leon, MS, PT
ABOUT CELESTE LEON
Celeste Leon has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont and Master of Science in Health Education from San Francisco State University. She was on the clinical faculty at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland and completed the Kaiser Hayward Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency in Manual Therapy. Decades of practice in manual therapy were excellent precursors for Celeste to attend continuing education in women’s health and to develop expertise in treatment of the pelvic floor.
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