Pelvic Health and Living with Parkinson’s
with Michelle Spicka, DPT
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
12 pm MDT (11 am PDT, 1 pm CDT, 2 pm EDT)
Many people living with Parkinson’s have trouble with bladder overactivity that causes urinary urgency, frequency, and incontinence (unintentional leaking). Weak voiding and constipation are two other symptoms that have a significant impact on someone’s ability to live well. In this webinar, Michelle Spicka will talk about the causes of pelvic floor dysfunction, how non-motor symptoms related to the pelvic floor may show up for you, and how to gain control of your pelvic floor so you can manage and mitigate some of your symptoms.
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A native of Wahoo, Nebraska, Michelle attended UNL for undergraduate studies and then graduated from Creighton University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2001. She began her work career at Bryan LGH Hospital in Lincoln, where she worked as a physical therapist in inpatient and outpatient settings. She transferred her knowledge of outpatient physical therapy treatment to Husker Rehabilitation and Wellness Centers in 2006. In addition to treating neurologic and orthopedic patients, Michelle specializes in pelvic physical therapy for women and men, including urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic and abdominal pain, constipation, urinary dysfunction, diastasis recti, and pain during and after pregnancy. She lives in Lincoln with her husband Brian and their two children.
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