It takes a special kind of person to want to spend their days talking about pee and poop, well it turns out I’m that person!
A couple of years ago I noticed a trend in my pediatric patients. So many of them who I was treating for fine motor delays or sensory processing difficulties were struggling with bedwetting, incontinence or constipation. Parents had no clue that all these things could be treated and to be perfectly honest, at that time, neither did I.
It is part of my nature, that when I see a problem I figure out how to fix it, and that is how my journey into the world of pediatric pelvic health began. Since then I have made it my mission to support infants, toddlers and kids (and their parents) who struggle daily with constipation, daytime wetting or bedwetting.
I have completed a Pediatric Incontinence and Pelvic Health Dysfunction certification through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute, completed several pediatric Feeding courses (picky eaters and constipation tend to go hand in hand) read countless books and journal articles and I have some how become the “go to” friend and colleague when it comes to pee and poop concerns!
So, please ask me anything, share your stories of frustration, triumph and confusion when it comes to your childs bodily functions.
Whether you are a new parent with a screaming baby who requires 20 outfit changes a day because of explosive poos or spitup or at your wits end trying to figure out how to help your 8 year old not wet the bed, I am here for you.