Join us as we learn about the pelvic floor and how it changes as women experience menopause. This class will discuss common problems that women can experience with their pelvic floor (such as leakage, pelvic pain, and pelvic organ prolapse), and focuses on a more holistic way to address, and even prevent, these problems.
Class will be hosted by Erin Glace, M.S.P.T., P.R.P.C., BCB-PMD
Erin Glace is the clinical director of the Physical Therapy and Urodynamics departments at Urology of Virginia. Erin is a graduate of University of Florida with her bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy and a graduate of Old Dominion University with an advanced master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Her sole focus of treatment is pelvic floor dysfunction and has worked with the doctors at Urology of Virginia since 2000. Erin has a special interest and expertise in treating pelvic pain and voiding dysfunction patients. In 2014, she received her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC). This certification recognizes the advanced set of skills necessary to treat her patients. She has taken many post graduate continuing education courses related to pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic pain syndromes for men and women. She recently become a 200 hour certified yoga instructor.
Please call 757-466-3406 to RSVP