We hope you can join Lancaster General Health TODAY (Tuesday, March 22) from noon-1 pm (eastern time) for a free live online Q&A session on "Urinary Incontinence." The session features hosts Eileen Herman and Katrina Bridgeman, physical therapists at Lancaster General Health who specialize in working with women on controling issues of urinary incontinence.
This is a written forum with the host typing their responses to your questions. There is no audio or video of the host, and you will be able to read the entire transcript while the session is progressing. You are free to join the session anonymously if you wish. If you miss the session, the transcript will be available for review after the session.
To join us, simply visit this page and log in an hour prior to the event or during the session:
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