Jane O'Brien Franczak, PT, MPT, WCS

Meet Your Instructor

Jane O'Brien Franczak, PT, MSPT, WCS, CMTPT

Graduate of Boston University in 1992 with a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy.

Women's Clinical Specialist, Board Certified.

Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy.

Expert level Myofascial Release practitioner and instructor.

Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist.

Owner and Clinician at SerendipPT in Maryland.

Conquering leakage and controlling of your bladder is possible.

Kegels are just a piece of the puzzle.

By the end of this course, you should:

1. Feel confident that you can jump and stay dry.

2. Know that you can sit through a movie without missing the ending to pee.

3. Sleep through the night without peeing (ok, maybe just 1x).

4. Feel ready to tackle your exercise program without a pad. 

5. Stop limiting your fluid intake for fear of leaking.

6. Laugh with friends and stay dry.

7. Fully empty your bladder on the first attempt.

Meet Kara

She was unable to sleep through the night due to the need to pee 3x. She learned how her fluid intake was causing her to lose sleep to empty her bladder numerous times a night. Now she awakes refreshed and ready to tackle the day.

Sleep through the night

Meet Emily

She wore double pads in her panties during tennis. Spare clothes were a necessity after a match due to her leakage. Now she plays each tennis match confident that she will no longer be embarrassed by wetness.

End Embarrassing Leakage

Meet Joan

She was told that Kegels would fix her issue. But they only made things worse. Her doctor prescribed medicines that made her feel thirsty and dried out. She was too busy as a working mother to go to physical therapy. She learned to identify the problems and fix them from the comforts of her own home.


Example Curriculum

  Welcome Section
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  What's Inside
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  How the Pee Cycle Should Work
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  Problems that Can Occur
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  The Solutions/ How to fix it
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  Kegels Course
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  Course Wrap up
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Pelvic floor muscle Training, PFMT, aka Kegels, should be included in the first line of defense against Stress, Urge and Mixed Urinary Incontinence.

C. Dumoulin, J. Hay-Smith

Learn how and when to perform Pelvic floor muscle exercises. Know if you are doing them correctly. Discover how many to do, how to advance your program and how many exercises are needed to maintain your progress. Discover when NOT to do Kegels and what to do instead. Obtain tools to self manage your leakage.