PH101: Running to the Bathroom Again?

toiletFiona McMahon PT, DPT

Do you find yourself with a full map of every public restroom along your daily commute in your head? Do you find yourself competing for the aisle seat at movies so you can sneak away to the bathroom? Does it hurt to go? Do you get up multiple times a night? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this week’s Pelvic Health 101 is for you.

On Wednesday, September 27, at 7pm, join Stephanie Stamas, physical therapist at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, for all of the ins and outs of bladder health. Learn how the bladder works, common bladder disorders, and practical tips for helping your bladder symptoms. Light refreshments will be served.

Register at pelvichealth101.eventbrite.com  today.

Location

110 East 42nd Street, Suite 1504

New York, NY

10017

Pelvic Health 101 Fall 2017

PH 101 Something’s Wrong with my What?

 

You’ve waited and waited, now finally Pelvic Health 101 is BACK!

On September 20th, 2017 at 7pm we will be kicking off our fall semester of pelvic health education classes. We have a lot planned this year, so get pumped. In our first class we will be introducing you to the pelvic floor muscles, where they are, what they do, and how they relate to the health as well as the function of your bowel, bladder, and sexual muscles and organs. We will also be covering how things such as alignment, posture, muscle tone, and nerves can affect your symptoms. This course is a great starting point to help you understand your pelvic floor and pelvic floor symptoms.

Please join us at our office at:

110 East 42nd Street, Suite 1504

New York, NY 10017
Register at: pelvichealth101.eventbrite.com

Here is our line up of this and future classes:

Pelvic Health 101 Fall 2017

PH101: Running to the bathroom, again?

By Fiona McMahon, DPT

Gotta_Pee_Toilet_signs

Do you find yourself with a full map of every public restroom along your daily commute in your head? Do you find yourself competing for the aisle seat at movies so you can sneak away to the bathroom? Does it hurt to go? Do you get up multiple times a night? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this week’s Pelvic Health 101 is for you.

On Thursday, March 23 at 7pm, join Stephanie Stamas, physical therapist at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, for all of the ins and outs of bladder health. Learn how the bladder works, common bladder disorders, and practical tips for helping your bladder symptoms. Light refreshments will be served.

Register at pelvichealth-101.eventbrite.com  today.

Location

110 East 42nd Street, Suite 1504

New York, NY

10017

pelvic-health-101-spring-2017

Running to the bathroom, AGAIN!

By Stephanie Stamas

wIgeXGtyiplkxTRIYk3iXG0tC50oA-t6qfUc-H046c0l4liGbEURRiN0ZNe-YyAbK-gNoWyz02uW_OqrTeCmAQkeFh-fxbYm7jCd6rNHMLAIlLGaq4Fkf2lYG5A-an68EFe7Yo7UPxSq00CTdohw5UnNRi-8nE1tmwB4B_OS5tJm_Dbb7CmY0Upj7C55-7guNYLvJxKH-Of2GhbPRyNuZhua4_sXThe Pelvic Health 101 series is back again! At our next class, on Tuesday, March 24, we are discussing urinary dysfunction. Urinary dysfunction is NOT something only post-partum women experience. If you are someone who swears you have a small bladder, leak a little when you sneeze, cough or laugh, get up multiple times a night to urinate, go to the bathroom ‘just in case’ or have to plan an escape route at every party to find the closest bathroom – then this lecture IS FOR YOU!

We will be discussing how urinary dysfunction in women AND MEN can be closely related to pelvic floor muscle issues, what normal looks like (most people have no clue) and what you can do to retrain your bladder back to health. Medical conditions affecting the bladder, such as chronic UTIs, overactive bladder syndrome, interstitial cystitis (IC) and prostatitis will also be discussed. These classes are FREE and are selling out like a New York cronut. Reserve your spot here.

All seminars will be held at Beyond Basics Physical Therapy in New York City and start at 7pm. A free “Healing Pelvic and Abdominal Pain” DVD will be given to first time guests, and $20 voucher for Beyond Basics Physical Therapy products will be given to individuals attending five seminars. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!