Julie Wiebe

Julie shares innovative ways of preventing leakage and her evidence-based, integrative approach to treating patients.

Women who experience incontinence know, it’s a bummer—and, what’s worse, it feels shameful. Sports medicine physical therapist Julie Wiebe wants to change that. She is one of the world’s foremost experts and advocates for women’s pelvic health—particularly how it relates to sports. In this episode, Julie shares innovative ways of preventing leakage and her evidence-based, integrative approach to treating patients. The LA-based PT believes that whether you’ve had multiple pregnancies, hit middle age or enjoy a strenuous work-out, incontinence does not have to be simply accepted. From proper breathing to analyzing what else is going on with the body, Julie shares the state-of-the-art ways she is treating her patients, mostly “busy moms,” and dispels some of the myths surrounding incontinence.

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