FLINT — For women, incontinence or experiencing pain and pressure in the vagina is not uncommon. However, in many instances it is treatable. Surgical and therapeutic advances are restoring a better quality of life for many women suffering urinary problems, bowel issues, or other forms of pelvic floor weakness.
Join board certified gynecologist Michael Engel, DO, and physical therapist Lisa Priestap, who specializes in correcting pelvic floor dysfunction, as they discuss how the pelvic floor can weaken over time triggering health concerns, and how these conditions can be treated.
The free event will be held at the Hospitality House at McLaren on Oct. 22. Doors open and a light meal will be served at 5 p.m., with the program starting promptly at 5:30 p.m.
The Hospitality House at McLaren is located at G-3170 Beecher Road in Flint. Register at mclarenpelvichealth.eventbrite.com or call 810-342-1550. — G.G.