Postpartum physical therapy for incontinence

Physical Therapist Deena Goodman, PT, shares advice on how physical therapy treatments can help new moms for incontinence
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Postpartum physical therapy for incontinence

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The physical therapy treatments available to mom postpartum for incontinence include, pelvic floor muscle strengthening, electrical stimulation. Biofeedback, which may be electrical probes inserted vaginally or rectally or externally to the body. Also include soft tissue mobilization to get the muscles back to where they need to be.

Physical Therapist Deena Goodman, PT, shares advice on how physical therapy treatments can help new moms for incontinence

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Deena Goodman, PT

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Deena Poll Goodman, PT, WCS, BCIA-PMDB is the Founder and Director of Goodman Physical Therapy, Inc in West Los Angeles, CA. She is a licensed Physical Therapist with over 22 years of experience specializing in urogynecology, obstetrics, orthopedics, and pelvic health and wellness.  Goodman is one of the first in the nation to have received Board Certification as a Women's Health Clinical Specialist by the American Physical Therapy Association. She treats men and women in her private practice for pelvic and sexual pain issues, and has a passion for helping prenatal and postpartum women get their bodies back in shape. She is internationally recognized for her work in pelvic floor rehabilitation, and developed and implemented many programs during the 12 years she was on staff at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center including mom and baby exercise classes. 

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