Episode 21: Marina Castellanos – The Sneeze-Pee

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The Pelvic Floor Problems We Don’t Talk About

Helping Your Kids With Constipation Problems

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After graduating from Quinnipiac University in 2001 with a Masters of Physical Therapy degree, Marina began her career as a pediatric physical therapist. In 2015, Marina was inspired to open a physical therapy practice for the treatment of women and children with pelvic floor dysfunction.

Listen To Learn:

  • How to teach your children to listen to their bodies.

  • Why rushing our kiddos into toilet training can lead to constipation.

  • How to get help if you have pelvic pain during intercourse or exercise.

  • How to get help for your children if they’re having abdominal or pelvic discomfort.

  • Why talking about this awkward subject can save us from suffering alone.

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Marina Castellanos

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After graduating from Quinnipiac University in 2001 with a Masters of Physical Therapy degree, Marina began her career as a pediatric physical therapist. Having worked with children with a vast variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, and genetic disorders, Marina developed expertise in various therapeutic approaches to patient care. In 2015, Marina was inspired to open a physical therapy practice for the treatment of women and children with pelvic floor dysfunction. Having experienced symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction as a child, and then again as an adult in the form of severe pelvic pain, she fully appreciates the impact these conditions can have on a patient and their family. She received training through the renowned Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute, the Institute for Birth Healing, and Pelvic Guru. She loves expanding her knowledge in the field, always wanting to provide her patients with the best of care. Marina approaches patient care with the firm belief that the patient’s/family’s goals are the priority. She believes it is of the utmost importance for the patient/parent to be an active participant in the healing process through collaboration and education.

Marina lives in Westchester, NY with her husband and is the proud mother of a beautiful 7 month old baby girl.