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Strengthening Pelvic Floor Against Urinary Incontinence

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Dale Ann Dorsey is a women's health nurse practitioner. She is also a great believer in holistic patient care, and wellness. In her practice in women's health over more than twenty years, Dale Ann has seen it all.

She knows what pregnancy and childbirth can do to a woman's body. The wear and tear can show itself in many ways. For many women, one of the ways it shows itself is in the form of urinary incontinence.

Urinary incontinence, the inability to control leakage of urine, is often the result of a weak pelvic floor. The pelvic floor supports all pelvic muscles, and affects the ability to control urine flow. Dale Ann has recommendations of treatment that can help strengthen this area.

Dale Ann is devoted to improving women's lives and lifestyles. "Before entering private practice, she worked at 2 valley OB/GYN offices and the ASU Student Health Center. She is also an Associate Faculty at ASU College of Nursing."


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