Doctors are human too….

There was a time when I took the word of a doctor as gospel.  And while I mean absolutely no disrespect for a profession that saves lives – the truth is, doctors are only human.  They have good days and bad days, like the rest of us.  The older I get, the more I realize …


Physical Therapy as an Alternative to Transvaginal Mesh Surgery

Transvaginal mesh surgery is a common solution for moderate to severe cases of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) or Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). However, vaginal mesh products have been linked to serious health complications in thousands of cases. The mesh material is now considered so risky that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued multiple …


Girls Night Out!

  Learn the secrets of pelvic floor health, without surgery and without medications. Join the authors, Kim Perelli (a former patient) and her co-author and physical therapist, Kathryn Kassai for a fun, informative, and fascinating evening revealing the truth for women dealing with incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic pain. Feel free to share this …


Celebrities and Incontinence

Every time I turn around another celebrity is in the news or on TV, talking about incontinence. They seem to be coming out of the woodwork! Most recently Lisa Rinna dons a Depend® diaper on the red carpet to show how ‘no one will know she is wearing one!’ Before Lisa, came Kris Kardashian Jenner …


Senior Wellness Fair

Kim and Kathryn will be at the Senior Wellness Fair! Stop by on Wednesday March 21, from 11AM to 1PM.   The fair is open to anyone and the admission is free.   During the Health & Wellness Fair, businesses will showcase a variety of products and services, including spinal screenings, hearing screenings, head and neck massages, …


Come Join Us!

Come and Meet the Authors Kathryn and Kim!  At Barnes and Noble Book-Signing Event Saturday, February 25 at 1pm Marina Pacifica Mall 6326 East Pacific Coast Hwy Long Beach, CA 90803 562.431.2253


What’s the difference between STRESS and URGE incontinence?

Stress Urinary Incontinence: Stress urinary incontinence is the most common type of incontinence and it is induced by physical (not mental) stress.  It occurs with physical activity, such as coughing, sneezing, jumping, exercising, playing sports, standing up from a chair, walking, squatting, turning in bed, stair climbing, or lifting.  These activities put increased pressure on …

Screen shot 2011-12-17 at 1.25.29 AM

Meet The Authors

Kim Perelli and Kathryn Kassai are a patient/physical therapist team who are driven to provide genuine answers to women around the globe on the commonplace, yet taboo, subject of urinary incontinence! They have been personally and professionally affected by incontinence and, until now, there was a lack of user-friendly resources compelling enough to draw sufferers …