FREE Pelvic Pain Question & Answer Session with Dr. Samantha DuFlo on Jan 25th at 6:30

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This workshop has been rescheduled and is now happening on January 25th!

Dr. Samantha DuFlo, PT, DPT, is a pelvic physical therapist and founder of Indigo Physiotherapy, who will be at Sugar to talk about the pelvis as it relates to function, dysfunction, and pain.  Samantha will talk about the anatomy of the pelvis, cover topics such as pelvic pain, incontinence, scar tissue, recovering from pelvic surgeries or birth.  Samantha will talk about how the pelvic floor muscles work, why they're important, why you should train but not over-train them, and what to do next if you have concerns.This will be an informal session guided by your questions and answers.

Dr. Samantha DuFlo is a Pelvic Physical Therapist, having earned a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, after which she relocated to Chicago, IL to further her knowledge and training in pelvic pain and rehabilitation. As Chicago is home to several of the leading pelvic pain institutions, Samantha felt privileged to be immersed in the learning, research and care environment. Returning to the Baltimore area, Samantha was able to bring her unique, holistic approach to treatment of pelvic and sexual dysfunction happily to Woodberry.
Samantha prides herself on being up to date with current research, pursuing continuing education, ongoing pelvic trends, and education of her clients so they can dispel pelvic “myths” and come to understand their own bodies and journeys to healing. As a holistic physical therapist, Samantha integrates a wide range of therapeutic techniques and a multifaceted approach to facilitate whole-body healing.
Also a Reiki practitioner, Samantha believes in treating all levels of the body. Samantha is a member of the International Pelvic Pain Society and the National Vulvodynia Association, has journeyed to Costa Rica and Malawi for medical global outreach and research, and is usually found on a hiking trail with her dogs or reading a good book when she’s not working.

Sugar is located in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood on the corner of 36th and Roland Ave.  There is plentiful street parking or you can use Hampden Park and Go!

For any questions call the store at 410-467-2632.

Because this class is free please call the store at 410-467-2632 or email to reserve your seat!

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