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Jane Graham, PT, is a doctor of physical therapy at UW Health. She treats adults with pelvic health disorders, post-surgical conditions and adults undergoing cancer treatment.
Jane is skilled in treating urinary and fecal incontinence, voiding dysfunctions such as urgency, frequency and incomplete emptying of the bladder, pelvic organ prolapse and constipation. She also works with post-surgical patients who have undergone HoLEP (laser prostate surgery procedure) and vaginoplasty (vaginal repair and reconstruction).
Jane has a special interest in helping cancer patients increase their quality of life by treating the symptoms of general deconditioning (deterioration of muscles, bones and the mind). She works with patients throughout their cancer treatment journey to improve their range of motion, strength, balance and overall mobility.
Collaborating with patients, Jane considers each patients’ preferences and abilities when setting goals and establishing treatment plans. When needed, she works with other health professionals at UW Health to optimize her patients’ health and well-being.
I entered the medical field to help patients increase their quality of life. I witnessed firsthand how the lack of mobility challenged a close friend throughout her treatment for glioblastoma.