59 min

Pelvic Floor Health and Breast Cancer with Keri Vrbanac TheHealthHub

    • Health & Fitness

In this episode we speak with Keri Vrbanac about pelvic floor health and its importance for women who have had breast cancer or are going through treatment.

Keri has been a Registered Physiotherapist since 1997 when she graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto. Prior to beginning her physiotherapy studies, Keri completed a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and a Bachelor of Arts, with distinction, from Queen’s University in 1993. Keri opened her first clinic, A Body In Motion Rehabilitation, in Kitchener in 2001. After 13 years of business ownership, Keri was invited to open a second location in The Medical Center at The Boardwalk in Waterloo in 2014. In August of this year, Keri opened The A Body In Motion Pelvic Physiotherapy Centre in Kitchener. Keri discovered her passion for Pelvic Physiotherapy in 2013 and has continued to further her education in the areas of sexual pain, incontinence, special topics in women’s health including endometriosis, infertility and post hysterectomy treatment, gastro-intestinal disorders, and oncology. Keri enjoys her work with children with pediatric incontinence, her pre-natal and post-natal clientele as well as men and women suffering with pelvic pain because of bladder or bowel difficulties, interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, mastitis, and breast inflammatory conditions. Keri is also honoured to be a member of the Pelvic Health Solutions teaching team.

Learning Points
1. What is the pelvic floor?
2. Why should pelvic floor therapy be incorporated into a breast cancer protocol?
3. What are signs and symptoms of a pelvic floor issue?

Social Media:
Website: www.abodyinmotion.ca
Facebook: A Body In Motion Rehabilitation
Instagram: @abodyinmotionrehab
Twitter: @abodyinmotion1

In this episode we speak with Keri Vrbanac about pelvic floor health and its importance for women who have had breast cancer or are going through treatment.

Keri has been a Registered Physiotherapist since 1997 when she graduated with distinction from the University of Toronto. Prior to beginning her physiotherapy studies, Keri completed a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and a Bachelor of Arts, with distinction, from Queen’s University in 1993. Keri opened her first clinic, A Body In Motion Rehabilitation, in Kitchener in 2001. After 13 years of business ownership, Keri was invited to open a second location in The Medical Center at The Boardwalk in Waterloo in 2014. In August of this year, Keri opened The A Body In Motion Pelvic Physiotherapy Centre in Kitchener. Keri discovered her passion for Pelvic Physiotherapy in 2013 and has continued to further her education in the areas of sexual pain, incontinence, special topics in women’s health including endometriosis, infertility and post hysterectomy treatment, gastro-intestinal disorders, and oncology. Keri enjoys her work with children with pediatric incontinence, her pre-natal and post-natal clientele as well as men and women suffering with pelvic pain because of bladder or bowel difficulties, interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, mastitis, and breast inflammatory conditions. Keri is also honoured to be a member of the Pelvic Health Solutions teaching team.

Learning Points
1. What is the pelvic floor?
2. Why should pelvic floor therapy be incorporated into a breast cancer protocol?
3. What are signs and symptoms of a pelvic floor issue?

Social Media:
Website: www.abodyinmotion.ca
Facebook: A Body In Motion Rehabilitation
Instagram: @abodyinmotionrehab
Twitter: @abodyinmotion1

59 min

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