The Relationship Between Bladder Dysfunction & Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

This interview has both Hannah and Dr. Shrikhande speak with Dr. Vapnek and take a look into how the function of the bladder affects the pelvic floor and surrounding area. It’s a fascinating talk with an amazing urologist.

While Dr. Vapnek’s practice includes all of the urological disorders found in most urology practices, his recognized areas of expertise are urinary incontinence, neuro-urology, urodynamics, and female urology. A large number of his patients have problems with urinary incontinence or bladder control problems from neurological disorders including spinal cord injury. In addition, spinal cord injured patients have found Dr. Vapnek a caring physician who can also effectively counsel and treat their issues with sexuality and intimacy.

The 2019 Pelvic Health Summit is an online summit created to bring the latest information and top practitioners of pelvic health to you.

Our goals for the summit are: Educate Men and Women on the importance of Pelvic Health Provide multiple perspectives and specialists to weigh in on Pelvic Health Provide an accepting platform for people to engage, discuss, and support one another.

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