Have you ever had a good laugh and wet your underwear?

Urine Leakage can cause anxiety, embarrassment, and social isolation.

Maybe you accidentally leak a few drops of urine after coughing or exercising. Let’s face it, sneezing is your enemy. 

Urinary leakage is common, but it can feel like you’re the only one suffering.     No matter the reason for your bladder leaks, it doesn’t have to be this way! 

This free book will help you get your life back.

“To Pee or Not to Pee”

  • To Pee or Not to Pee will help you stop searching for the bathroom and start living your life!
  • Your doctor may have told you to do kegels, only for them not to work, and now you may be wondering if your leakage can be helped. The answer is yes, it can!
  • Dr. Shelia Craig Whiteman, DPT, is a pelvic health physical therapist who has successfully treated hundreds of women with urinary incontinence and can help you discover the tools needed to stop leaking and start living life again without worry.

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What Your Three Primary Takeaways Will Be When You Read This Book

 #1 How to find and effectively strengthen your pelvic muscles and how to stop bladder leaks for good
 #2 The right exercises to stop your type of leakage and simple lifestyle changes to help produce big results
 #3 How to identify your type of urinary incontinence to personalize your program for success
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Shelia Craig Whiteman

Author  / Coach / Speaker

A Personal Note from Shelia Craig Whiteman

I hope To Pee or Not to Pee? gives you a better understanding of how very common bladder leakage is and how it can be helped with the right program. 

You will soon have the tools and steps that can help you reduce and/or stop your leakage. Stay consistent with the steps outlined. It may be challenging, but it will be worth working for to become leak free. It takes time to gain control of bladder leakage, so don’t give up!  To improve your success, I would like to offer you a thirty-minute class to help get you started. For more information, please email me at thepelvicdpt@gmail.com, so I can send you a link to access your free class.
Thank you to all of my past patients who encouraged me to write this book.  And for those of you I have yet to meet, Thank you in advance for supporting me by reading and doing this program. I wish you success!

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