Diseases & Conditions

Answers to Your Questions on Pelvic Floor Conditions

By on 03/14/2018

Millions of people, both men and women, experience some type of pelvic pain or incontinence (urinary and fecal) at some time in their lives. Unfortunately, it is an area not often discussed because of the embarrassment associated with the topic and anatomy.

Josh Cohn imageOn March 22, 2018. Einstein Healthcare Network urologist Joshua Cohn, MD, and MossRehab physical therapist Farah Zeises, MSPT, DPT, fielded questions in a live chat. Dr. Cohn specializes in female urology, pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, and bladder problems caused by neurologic disease. Farah Zeises focuses on pelvic floor therapy.

The two experts answered questions on everything from incontinence to pelvic organ prolapse, pre- and post-childbearing conditions, sexual dysfunction, pre- and post-prostatectomy conditions and more.

The transcript from the chat appears below.

If you or a loved one are currently experiencing pelvic floor issues, there is no need to suffer.

Have more questions? Call 1-800-EINSTEIN to make an appointment with a urologist. Call 1-800-CALL MOSS to learn more about MossRehab’s pelvic floor therapy services and to make an appointment.

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