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BE STRONG CLASS: Sex & The Pelvic Floor

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BE STRONG CLASS: Sex & The Pelvic Floor

  • STARS Rehabilitation of Northwell Health 801 Merrick Avenue East Meadow, NY 11554 (map)

Join us to learn more about the role the pelvic floor plays in sex.  We'll be discussing common problems that women may face with sex, including pain, incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. Learn what you can do to overcome these issues and get back to an enjoyable sex life! 

Presenters will be:

Soledad Tomasino PT, DPT
Soledad has been a licensed physical therapist since 2010, graduating from Touro College with both a doctorate in physical therapy and a bachelor of science degree in health sciences. Soledad’s clinical focus lies in pelvic floor rehabilitation and women’s health, along with orthopaedic, joint replacement, spine care and neurological rehabilitation. Soledad is certified in the Bioness L300 lower extremity stimulator which used to treat patients with the diagnosis of foot drop. She is also training in the “anklebot” and the “vertical robot”.


Karen Balbi PT, MS
Karen received her master of science in physical therapy from Utica College in 2001 and joined Northwell Health in 2008. She worked as a senior physical therapist at Transitions of Long Island, a comprehensive outpatient neuro-rehabilitation program before specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation. Karen has expertise in the treatment of individuals with interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome, female pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and dyspareunia. Karen has remained current in the field of women’s health by participating in Herman & Wallace continuing education courses in pelvic floor function, dysfunction and treatment interventions. Karen is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).