Urinary incontinence affects over 15 million American men and women, resulting in a range of lifestyle problems, from the occasional inconvenience of leakage when sneezing or coughing to a frequent urge to go that disrupts sleep or affects quality of life. Physical therapy focused on strengthening the pelvic floor and retraining the bladder can help. Join Fatima Shah, PT, MSPT, Pelvic Wellness Rehabilitation Specialist with University Medical Center of Princeton’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Network, to learn ways to treat your urinary incontinence symptoms, improve bladder fitness and restore your quality of life.
The Pelvic Health Rehabilitation program provides treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction including:
- Urinary and fecal incontinence
- Overactive bladder/urinary dysfunction
- Pregnancy/post-partum related pain and/or weakness
- Pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain-related disorders and post-surgical adhesions
Iram Fatima Shah, PT, DPT: Fatima has specialized in pelvic health since 2005. She has completed all levels of training and additional specialty courses in pelvic pain. She is trained to work with both males and females.
Location: East Brunswick Public Library - 2 Jean Walling Civic Center, East Brunswick, NJ 08816.
Audience: Adults, seniors.