June 13, 2018

Senior Health Forum: The Aging Bladder: Friend or Foe?

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TOPIC: The Aging Bladder: Friend or Foe?

ABOUT THE LECTURE

Older adults, both men and women, often find themselves with bladder/urinary issues.  Sometimes these are “trivial” and may have some minor impact on lifestyle.  Sometimes they are sever enough to significantly interfere with daily activities and sleep. Learn about the range of symptoms, when to discuss them with your physician, and the many new and easier ways of dealing with them.

Please reserve your lecture ticket through this webpage to ensure a seat at the event. You may purchase a ticket that includes a deluxe boxed lunch (sandwich, salad, homemade chips, and cookie with coffee, tea, and water) for $15, or you may purchase a ticket for the lecture only for $5. Lunch tickets must be reserved/paid for by Thursday June 7th at 9AM.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Donald De Brakeleer, DO, FACOG,is an OB-GYN at the Center for Women's Health of Lansdale. He graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency at Hahnemann University Hospital where he graduated with numerous awards, recognizing his excellent patient care and surgical skills. While at Hahnemann, Dr. DeBrakeleer had the opportunity to work with very accomplished and experienced pelvic surgeons and urologists. This led to his interest in pelvic reconstructive surgery and urogynecology.

If you would like to pay by phone (check or credit card), please call Jillian Stahl at 215-399-2342.

Ample parking is available with easy access to public transportation. Handicap Accessible.

Questions? Email events@collegeofphysicians.org or call 215-399-2342


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