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Why Powering Up Your Pelvis Is So Important for Women

Why Powering Up Your Pelvis Is So Important for Women
Pelvic floor dysfunction can lead to urinary incontinence. Sneezing, laughing and physical activity can prompt surprise urine leakage.

There’s no need to suffer embarrassment from this issue. Speak with a doctor to find out the cause of your incontinence.

Physical therapy can often address the source of this incontinence. The muscles within the core must work together as an integrated unit. While a Kegel contraction can improve pelvic floor awareness, strength of the entire pelvic floor can help remedy the precise area causing difficulty.

Hormonal changes can influence how muscular systems activate.

Listen as Christina Christie joins Dr. Pamela Peeke to discuss how you can power up your pelvic floor.

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Featured Speaker:
Christina M. Christie PT, CCE, FAFS, FMR
Christina ChristieChristina Christie is a Senior Physical Therapist and Women’s and Men’s Health Manager for Athletico Physical Therapy and President of Pelvic Solutions, LLC in Park Ridge, IL. She received her Degree in Physical Therapy from Rosalind Franklin University in 1990. She is a Fellow of Applied Functional Science, certified in FMR as a graduate from the Gray Institute. She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of the female client including pregnancy, incontinence/pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopedics/sports related injuries. She developed the Female Chain Reaction Course for the Gray Institute, is the Inventor of the PelvicorePro and PelvicorePro Training methods and continues to educate internationally for the Gray Institute, APTA, IDEA Health and Fitness Association and SCW Fitness, Illinois Physical Therapy Association, as well as many other public and private organizations.