Are you experiencing any of the following:
- Bladder leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh, walk or run?
- Frequent urination so you can’t leave the house or join friends for lunch?
- Are you getting up 2 more more times at night to urinate?
- Can’t make it to the bathroom in time?
- Have to urinate when you hear running water or do dishes?
- Experience a heavy feeling in your pelvis or like something is falling out?
- Not sure what a “Kegel” is or how to do this correctly?
STAR Physical Therapy would like to introduce you to our newest team member – Stephanie Hahn, P.T. – a licensed physical therapist and certified Pilates instructor with over 27 years of experience.
Her extensive work with both physical therapy and Pilates’ clients recovering from soft tissue, joint and skeletal injuries has allowed her the opportunity to hone her skills treating movement dysfunctions and guiding her clients back to healthy lifestyles. Additionally, she has a focus helping patients overcome pelvic issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic floor weakness, and pelvic pain.
Ms. Hahn co-authored A Woman’s Guide to Pelvic Health: Expert Advice for Women of All Ages to educate women about how they can help themselves restore pelvic health with a pelvic exercise program that has proven effective for hundreds of women. Her areas of special interest include helping clients improve their movement and function by strengthening the abdominal, spinal, and pelvic floor muscles, which leads to postural restoration and self-confidence.
She earned her Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas in 1987, and her certification as a Pilates instructor from the PhysicalMind Institute in 2001. Ms. Hahn founded Austin, Texas’ first women’s physical therapy health practice in 1996, focusing on the treatment of pelvic floor disorders.
Stephanie is treating P.T. patients and working with Pilates clients at Star Physical Therapy and is accepting most insurance including Medicare. CALL STAR P.T. for more information – 512-288-2700
**You can learn more by visiting www.awomansguidetopelvichealth.com