Aurora Newmarket
Nelly Faghani 
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February General Meeting

February 23 - Daytime meeting

Michael Connon
B.Sc., CFP, Certification in Estate Planning and Trust Strategies
Senior Financial Planning Advisor, Co-Branch Manager
Assante Capital Management Ltd.  


January 26, 2021 … 7:30 pm

Topic … Focus on Pelvic Health

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Here is an opportunity to hear from a pelvic health physiotherapist about topics we often avoid discussing such as: urinary incontinence, urinary urgency and frequency, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.  

Many of these conditions are common. And, because of that, women view them as part of the normal aging process. However, just because they are common doesn’t mean they are normal. There is something you can do to help yourself.

The treatment of pelvic dysfunction has the highest level of evidence supporting pelvic health physiotherapy. Join us and learn more about your pelvic floor and ways to treat or prevent pelvic dysfunction.

Our Speaker … Nelly Faghani
Nelly Faghani graduated from the University of Toronto Physiotherapy Program in 1996. She was the first physiotherapist in Toronto to start practicing pelvic health and has been exclusively treating pelvic dysfunction since 1998. She currently co-owns and operates seven physiotherapy clinics in the GTA and is an ongoing mentor to many physiotherapists.  
Nelly co-developed a post-graduate educational company in 2009 called Pelvic Health Solutions that is now the largest pelvic health teaching company in Canada. She speaks at numerous local and international conferences, has developed continence programs, contributed to chapters of textbooks, been a spokesperson for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and continues to be involved in research. 

Nelly is a proud mother of two amazing boys and her supportive husband and family make everything possible!

Join us for our 2021 Speakers Series. Topics are diverse, current, educational and thought-provoking. For more information, contact Delores Ritchie, Program Chair at