Pelvic Floor Therapy
Pelvic floor dysfunctions such as urinary incontinence can be a real problem for a lot of people. If you’re experiencing this, you are not alone. More than 13 million Americans suffer from incontinence and women are twice as likely as men to develop this condition. Urinary incontinence isn’t only found in older people, it is prevalent in younger people as well. This can be extremely embarrassing and can have a negative impact on your daily activities. Many people report having incontinence issues while sneezing, laughing, and coughing.
Incontinence can be caused by many different circumstances such as pregnancy, vaginal surgery, or weak pelvic floor muscles. Whether you fall into one of these categories or one of the many we haven’t listed, we can help you with this inconvenient health issue.
How can physical therapy help? One of our many experienced therapists at RPT can give you exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles so you can better control your bladder. By working with one of our specially-trained physical therapists, you will be able to decrease the frequency and the urge and be able to control your bladder.