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A Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist’s Guide To Urinary Incontinence

Rebecca Maidansky

By Dr. Rebecca Maidansky

Owner and Physical Therapist @ Lady Bird Physical Therapy

Rebecca is a Pennsylvania native. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Pittsburgh, earning a BA in environmental studies. After graduating she took a couple years away from school, using that time to teach English as a second language in Israel before returning to Temple University for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

She has over 2,000 hours working in pelvic floor physical therapy, hours of continuing education courses and a number of published articles, Rebecca has the experience to safely guide you through your varying needs.

Rebecca shares her blog about Urinary Incontinence:

Urinary incontinence is surprisingly common among female runners of all ages and skill levels and often causes women to abandon sports due to embarrassment while harming their self-esteem and overall health. In order to help ourselves, we need a deeper understanding of our bodies and a better understanding of what “normal” really means. This understanding, along with the knowledge regarding the cause and potential treatments of these symptoms, will allow women a better opportunity to advocate for their health and quality of life…

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