UPDATE: All classes and workshops have been suspended at least through June in accordance with current guidelines. Physical therapy is considered an “essential healthcare service”; therefore, physical therapy (and massage therapy) treatment will continue without interruption.
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Why should you visit a physical therapist after having a baby? The medical community is beginning to recognize many important reasons.
Are you thankful for bladder health? Incontinence may not be high on your list of concerns. Indeed, not having a bladder problem is something many of us take completely take for granted. Yet more than 25 million Americans right now …
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Tagged jamie justice, bladder health, incontinence, nafc, women's health, men's health, lynn batalden, leakage, womens health certified specialist, stress incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic dysfunction, urge incontinence
Hold the Light offers music about motherhood and hope. Join us for a free concert of moving songs and beautiful harmonies.
Join us for a free workshop on the importance of postpartum care for new mothers. Dr. Nichole Wipert and Jamie Justice, PT, WCS present.
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Postpartum yoga is appropriate for mothers–even adoptive mothers–in the years following birth.
Our health care system has been slow to address deficiencies in the provision of care to the mother after pregnancy. Awareness of this deficiency is gaining momentum, and the medical community is beginning to embrace the importance of “fourth trimester” …
Recently, I attended a continuing education class at Marquette University titled Sexual Health and Pelvic Pain: Rehabilitation Strategies for Pelvic Floor Clinicians. I’m always excited to come back and share these experiences with our colleagues. As physical therapists who also …
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Tagged pelvic floor, pelvic floor physical therapy, women's health, men's health, Jamie Justice PT WCS, sexual dysfunction, prostatectomy, continuing education, womens health certified specialist
Pregnant women often brush off symptoms such as lower back or pelvic pain or bladder issues. “It comes with the territory; it will go away after I have the baby.” Pregnancy and postpartum can already be overwhelming. Of course, after …
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